Friday, September 01, 2006

Islam means "submission"

Sorry, Pinocchio - that means no "boyhood" for you.

Ya'll enjoy your weekend, you hear!

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Doomsday 101: For the frivolous audiences

I believe Hitchens would call this, "Brilliant."

I'm sure we're all totally taking it out of context...

It's much too nuanced for me, anyway.


UPDATE: So, my question is, what exactly did the director have in mind when adding an intimate moment shared by James Carville and Mary Matalin in the scene?

Guess I'm just not feeling it.

Wednesday, August 30, 2006


... for seeing some action.

Keep an eye on this one.

UPDATE: Looks like Michelle is all over it. My work is done.

UPDATE: Rusty's taken over some of the workload, too. And "Hat Tip" to him for pointing out the perpetrators are douchebags.

To be a terrorist or not to be a terrorist?

... That's a stupid question.

MKH earns... Scooby snack?

World Tour - Next Stop: California

I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record.

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

The Biggest Loser

The incredible P-shop Diet from Adobe.

We've found another high society celeb who swears by it:


And after

Artist of the Week

The Artist of the Week here at EiP this week is Marc Broussard.

Marc Broussard hails form Carnecro, Louisiana , which is consequently the name of his latest album. I'd say it's fairly appropriate to feature an artist from Louisiana this week.

There's really nothing much to say about Marc, except, "Go listen and enjoy." This guy has soul and a voice to keep up with it. His song writing is heart felt and of the most sincerest compassion.

As a wonderful surprise to my wife and I, while taking a look at Marc's website for this post, we noticed he is coming to town soon. Tickets to this show was an easy decision.

This week, we'll also feature an "Honorable Mention". This artist just probably would never get a weekly feature on EiP because it could cramp our style, but she deserves a nod. Carrie Underwood has certainly surpassed my expectations. I'm not a country music fan, but she convinced me to import four of her songs to the Nano. Good on her. I just wish they'd release her version of Heart's "Alone". She belted that sucker out.

Still no film to feature this week.

Freedom to Flee

Well, things are coming down fast, and there is no doubt those hell bent on re-educating your children for the social better will do everything they possibly can to complete that re-education. It's here, too, but too many people are in denial because, well, it's a whole lot easier to drop your kids off at school (for whatever reason):
I'm[sic] fully understand a government that insists that children be educated, but this is over the top. In Germany, there is only one way this will be done and that is by the state. There is no place for the parent in the equation.

There is no way, no how any kids my wife and I have will be put through the public school system of this country - full stop. Not this country. Not any. The commie-pig social engineers have complete control, as has been their goal, and have billions upon billions of dollars to conduct their brainwashing. I, for one, will not actively or willingly subject anyone I am responsible for to their system. To their repression. Will you? Do you? And if you do, how often are you forced to contradict their "instructors"? How much do you know of what they are being told and how they are manipulated?

Monday, August 28, 2006

Prove him wrong

Well, Paul pretty much wrapped up his case and has indisputable evidence to help him. The Corp did it. Prove otherwise, smarta**.


There are few things I consider more evil in this world than the attempt by the devil to convince people to rebel against the very natural differences God has created between man and woman. (I like my woman to look like a woman - not little boys.)
Show me a gender-confused boy in San Francisco and I'll show you a parent who won't let him play with plastic guns. I've seen this first hand with liberal parents I know at work. The mother won't let her 8 year old play with a plastic ray gun but will let him watch sex scenes in R movies because one is natural and one is not.
One of the best lines I've ever heard from Michael Medved was from a story he told regarding his wife's attempt to halt their son's aggression towards his sisters: (paraphrased) "My wife thought she was going to stop our son from pointing his toy guns at his sister by taking them away from him. He showed her by taking one of his sister's Barbie dolls and making a gun out of it."

Carnival of the Conversions

What? Rusty started it.