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The Best Christmas Episodes

Posted by V the K at 3:02 pm - December 22, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

‘American Dad’ does the best Christmas episodes, Don’t even argue it.

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That line about Trader Joe’s gets me every time. But the sequence that begins where they crash through the gay couple’s window just kills me. I could have just clipped that bit. This episode also contained the line, “You don’t deserve to be on that cross, you lazy, wine-loving bisexual,” which has become a household catch-phrase around here.


Khristmas Khet

Posted by V the K at 11:26 am - December 16, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

Izumi wishes you the Merriest of Christmases. Or she’s about to throw up. One of those things.

Progressives Are the Worst Dinner Guests

Posted by V the K at 12:01 pm - November 24, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

As usual, the Progressive Left was encouraging their cultists to spend Thanksgiving pestering their families with propaganda. Twitchy has a rundown and, of course, the Lesbian Gay Bullying Totalitarians got one in as well.

This year, I’m thankful for the millions of brave women, lgbtq, immigrants, and their allies who are about to “ruin” Thanksgiving dinner by calling out the bigotry and ignorance of their relatives while passing the stuffing.

Bring the fight home, my lovelies.

Most Thankful For: Hillary Clinton Is Not the President

Posted by V the K at 9:52 am - November 23, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

Satire Increasingly Indistinguishable from Actual News Coverage

Posted by V the K at 7:42 pm - November 22, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays,Humor

Turkey pardoned by Trump had multiple contacts with Russian officials

Grav E. Gobbles, a 4-year-old bird from western Minnesota, received a pardon Tuesday during a ceremony in the Rose Garden. But how Gobbles was able to secure a presidential pardon has come under scrutiny, sources say.

According to sources, Gobbles met privately on multiple occasions with Russian officials over the past year, leading some to allege a pumpkin pie-to-play scheme. In one instance, for example, Gobbles spoke with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, though the details of what was discussed are still unknown.

In fairness to Duffelblog, the Democrat Media Complex did find some petty nonsense to whine about at the (stupid) Turkey Pardon Ceremony. And other leftists went into poo-flinging Trump Derangement. And MSDNC anchor Joy Reid says Trump derangement now makes her hate the Turkey pardoning nonsense as much as I do, albeit only because she is out of her mind with Trump derangement. I just hate stupid, childish political pageants. Just eat the damn thing or feed it to homeless veterans or whatever.

How to Deal with Annoying Jerks Who Only Want to Talk About Politics at Family Gatherings

Posted by V the K at 8:46 am - November 18, 2017.
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Public Service Message

Posted by V the K at 6:43 am - September 4, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

Time to put away your white sneakers. (Or, pumps, if you’re a leftist.)

It just might save your life.

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July 4th: Another Day for the Prog Left to Whine, Moan, and Hate on America

Posted by V the K at 8:50 pm - July 4, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

Twitchy has a good rundown on how our “friends” on the left are observing America’s Birthday.

Left-Wing Media Operative Matt Taibbi.

How many of the Declaration of Independence signatories would have re-thought things if shown a future tape of President Trump?

Left-Wing Media Operative Joy Reid.

It’s a strange Independence Day with a president who embarrasses us, his supine, shameless Party Men-and the millions who just don’t care.

Left-Wing Media Operation Reuters.

Americans Celebrate July 4 with leisure and gluttony

Left-Wing Talentless Film Hack Damon Wayans.

Happy white people proud of their racist ancestors day

On that same note, Left-Wing Fake Black Guy Shaun King:

F**k the 4th. F**k the flag. F**k the national anthem.
This accurately represents how most of my friends feel.

Left-Wing Fake Scientist Scientist Neil DeGrasse Tyson.

July 4th 1776: To all Americans, Happy Independence Day. Declared seven years before it was officially won from the British.

Left-Wing “Labor Activist and Award Winning Journalist” Dan Arel.

When In the Course of Human Events…

Posted by V the K at 6:37 am - July 3, 2017.
Filed under: Holidays

I cannot help but reflect that on July 4, we will celebrate that date our people liberated themselves from the oppressive rule of political elites connected by heredity and social class; and that this model of Government is precisely what the progressive left wants to bring us back to.

New Year’s Plans, Comrades?

Posted by V the K at 5:05 pm - December 31, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

Glad to put this year behind us. I’m not that much for social occasions. I spent last night attending a post-Christmas party with my extended family. It was nice, but I was glad to come home. Not the longest drive I’ve ever made on New Year’s Eve. Back when my middle son was into the electronic music scene, I drove him 11 hours on NYE so he could perform at a Youth Center. Then, after the show, we drove back. I drank like a dozen Red Bulls and was loopy as all-get-out by the time we got home. I was ready to just crash out just then, but that was the exact moment one of our house’s smoke detectors decided its battery was about to die. It was bleating out a loud death-squeal every ten minutes, so there was no sleep to be had until I dug the 20-ft ladder out out the garage (it was at the peak of a cathedral ceiling, the smoke detector was), climbed up and deactivated it. Then, I crashed out, just as the sun was rising on January 1.

So, what’s everybody doing? I think it’s gonna be a quiet night of movies tonight. Tomorrow, lunch at a Brazilian steakhouse with friends. Resolutions? I don’t make them. I’m hoping to spend more time at the range next year. That’s pretty much it. You guys?


All Is Safely Gathered In

Posted by V the K at 8:48 pm - December 24, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

Good night, and have a frank and productive Christmas.


The Nazis Didn’t Care For Christmas Either

Posted by V the K at 7:54 am - December 23, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

In Hitler’s Germany, the socialist, intellectual elite sought to take out the Christian aspects of the holiday and instead emphasize its Pagan roots and relationship to the Winter Solstice. Why does that sound so… familiar?

One of the most striking features of private celebration in the Nazi period was the redefinition of Christmas as a neo-pagan, Nordic celebration. Rather on focus on the holiday’s religious origins, the Nazi version celebrated the supposed heritage of the Aryan race, the label Nazis gave to “racially acceptable” members of the German racial state.

According to Nazi intellectuals, cherished holiday traditions drew on winter solstice rituals practiced by “Germanic” tribes before the arrival of Christianity. Lighting candles on the Christmas tree, for example, recalled pagan desires for the “return of light” after the shortest day of the year.

Scholars have called attention to the manipulative function of these and other invented traditions. But that’s no reason to assume they were unpopular. Since the 1860s, German historians, theologians and popular writers had argued that German holiday observances were holdovers from pre-Christian pagan rituals and popular folk superstitions.

The Nazis, y’see, thought religious superstition and belief in an invisible magical sky god were the atavistic traits of people of lower intelligence. They believed the Secular State should replace religion as the central focus of everyone’s life.

An Objectivist Perspective on ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’

Posted by V the K at 2:31 pm - December 10, 2016.
Filed under: Economy,Holidays

Tom Mullen at the Foundation for Economic Education has an interesting (and quite supportable) perspective on Frank Capra’s enduring holiday public domain classic: George Bailey was a huckster running a socialist Ponzi scheme and playing his customers for chumps. (Bailey Building and Loan being sort of the Bedford Falls version of OneUnited Bank). The real hero of ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ was Old Man Potter.

The inescapable truth is Potter is wealthy because he provides a product that most satisfies his customers’ preferences for quality and price. If there were an opportunity to provide a higher quality product at a lower price than Potter was charging, a competitor would do so and take market share away from Potter, until Potter either raised his quality, lowered his price, or both.

The Baileys burn with resentment that so many residents of Bedford Falls prudently choose to live in Potter’s less expensive housing than buy a house they can’t afford, financed by the Baileys’ Ponzi scheme. Thus, even after shirking their fiduciary duty to run the business properly, the Baileys spend decades assaulting Potter’s character in a transparent attempt to lure away his customers.

Without Potter, a large portion of Bedford Falls would be unemployed. When the Depression hits and the Bailey Building and Loan is exposed for the fractional reserve fraud it is, Potter offers to come to the rescue with a generous offer to buy out its customers. It is noteworthy there is a run on the Bailey Building and Loan and the local bank, but Potter is financially secure enough to save them both, proving once again he is the only honorable businessman in the film.

Read the whole thing.


The PC Thanksgiving Sketch

Posted by V the K at 12:35 pm - November 23, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

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Leftists Want to Ruin Thanksgiving… Again

Posted by V the K at 12:23 pm - November 18, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

Every year, the left issues instructions to its idiotic, fanatical followers on how to turn Thanksgiving (and the other holidays) into an opportunity to drag your family into an unwanted political “conversation*.”  This year is no different; and idiot leftist Sally Kohn is leading the charge.  She’s using stick-figure cartoons to provide instrunctions because… that’s the intellectual limit of her followers, apparently.

This year, the left is adding some nuance… instructing its followers to pretend to listen to the other side’s concerns before launching into the “conversation.”

* i.e. One-sided lecture in which the leftist tells you you’re wrong and a racist for disagreeing with her.


Halloween Music

Posted by V the K at 6:08 pm - October 22, 2016.
Filed under: Holidays

We did a Halloween movie thread last week. Why not a Halloween music post? Join us, won’t you? Here’s some musics that I would put on any Halloween playlist.

  • Ministry “Everyday Is Halloween” — Not 100% sure, but almost sure Goth culture traces its origins to this song.
  • Bauhaus, “Bela Legosi’s Dead,” — If a girl with black lipstick has never forced you to sit in her room and listen to it… good for you. Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love bonded over this song. We all know how well that worked out.
  • Book of Love/Mike Oldfield, “Tubular Bells,” — This is the version I know. Your results may vary. They also do a song called “Witchcraft” that incorporates the names of all the witches from Bewitched into the chorus. It’s nothing like the Frank Sinatra version, which I also like.
  • The Damned, “Grimly Fiendish” and The Specials, “Ghost Town,” — Yeah the latter is one of those tedious “We Hate Maggie Thatcher” anthems from early eighties Britain, but it’s just spooky enough to cut it.
  • Nick Cave, “Red Right Hand” — This song just creeps me out.
  • It’s hard to find more recent Halloween worthy music… but this mash-up is perfect.  One song dressing up as another? Totes appropes for Halloween.
  • Also, Blink-182, “Aliens Exist” — Apparently, the singer got so obsessed with aliens he got kicked out of the band.
  • Dead or Alive, “Something in My House” — They used to play this at Detroit Red Wings games. I remember hearing it at Joe Louis Arena.
  • Oingo Boingo’s “Dead Man’s Party” is a pedestrian choice. I prefer “Just Another Day,” — when you parse the lyrics, its a song from the POV of a paranoid schizophrenic. Also, “Weird Science” and “No One Lives Forever” from the same album.  “Stay” is also a brilliant song and probably the spookiest cut on the album. In college I knew a couple who went to a Halloween party costumed as the ghosts from the video. Going to a party as Danny Elfman would have been creepier.

“Monster Mash” is not on the list. I’ve always hated “Monster Mash.”

OK, What else you got?

Happy Life Day Everybody

Posted by V the K at 10:37 am - December 24, 2014.
Filed under: Holidays

It’s Christmas Eve, and I just don’t want to talk about another innocent black urban youth shot dead while innocently pointing a gun at a cop, so… let’s watch this instead:

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Talk Amongst Yourselves

Posted by V the K at 10:31 am - December 22, 2014.
Filed under: Holidays

Between work and the unwelcome presence of future in-laws, my time is limited and my stress is infinite. So, consider this a thread with some nice transgender Christmas Music for accompaniment. Take it away, Steve…

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Christmas Music for Obama Voters

Posted by V the K at 5:46 pm - December 14, 2014.
Filed under: Holidays

Pretty much sums it up…

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Below the fold, Christmas music for Liz Warren voters…


Memorial Day

Posted by V the K at 10:46 am - May 26, 2014.
Filed under: Holidays


Roger Simon: A non-veteran laments not serving, and allowing better men to die in his place.

LA Times: An idiot leftist wonders why we “celebrate” war on Memorial Day; recommends a day to celebrate Peace.

Google: Still regards Memorial Day as unworthy of commemoration.

Bing: Not afraid to show a little patriotism.