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A community college professor from upstate NY. My wife & I have 347 children, all of them rotten.
 
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About Me:
A community college professor from upstate NY. My wife & I have 347 children, all of them rotten.

Late Night: Monster Grandmas Destroy Western Civilization!!!

By: Saturday July 23, 2011 8:00 pm

Starting at midnight EST, the first official same-sex marriages will take place in New York.

Late Night: Well, Son, I Say, I Do Declare, Shut the HECK Up

By: Wednesday July 20, 2011 8:08 pm

There are many rooms in the House of Wingnut Prose. Each is squalid and awful, yet each possesses its distinct redolence, from the billowy fumes of the Den of Goldbergian Flatulence, to the bitter stench of the Chamber of Malkinesque Resentment. And then we have the Hall of Incompetent Bombast, in whose dark depths we [...]

Late Night: The Feel-Aggrieved Whine of the Summer!

By: Saturday July 16, 2011 8:06 pm

The Lame-Stream Media has of course been waging an all-out attempt to discredit Sarah Palin and make her look like a vicious dingaling, employing underhanded tactics such as showing footage of her talking. The most recent instance of anti-Palin LSM venom would be the attempt on the part of the far-left Atlantic to prove that [...]

Late Night: And Then Cantor Said, “Actually, I’m a Broom”

By: Wednesday July 13, 2011 8:00 pm

I would not say that Our National Discourse has degraded to the level of Springer/Lake. Hell, Springer/Lake references are already what, 20 years old? But is there any real difference between a classic Springer episode, or, like, Wrestlemania, and the Debt Wrestlemania? No. We have not wanted for spectacle in our long blighted descent into [...]

Late Night: Where O Where Has Her Little Mind Gone?

By: Saturday July 9, 2011 8:01 pm

In a post wherein Ann Althouse squawks she is not at all interested in our “Eli” — apart from, one supposes, this particular post, wherein she squawks about our “Eli” — Althouse intriguingly declares: People who are immersed in politics ought to take a good look at their own minds.

Late Night: Our Debauched Nation & The Soft Sexual Option

By: Wednesday July 6, 2011 8:09 pm

Over at that cesspit of morality, Townhall, Armstrong “Integrity” Williams identifies a Desperate National Crisis. These are questionable times in our country’s heralded history. The current Congress remains grid locked on nearly every issue of the day, unable to move even basic legislation regarding public safety, transportation, even the Post Office. Meanwhile, a president elected [...]

Late Night: Al Gore Didn’t Lose. Everyone Did.

By: Saturday July 2, 2011 8:07 pm

Walter Russell Mead has delivered himself of yet another wet shart of vacuous attempted character assassination of Al Gore.

Late Night: Legalizing Gay Marriage in New York Dooms Gay Marriage in New York

By: Wednesday June 29, 2011 8:04 pm

The legalization of gay marriage in New York has inevitably doomed gay marriage in New York and is a devastating defeat for liberal gay rights activists. If you failed to grasp this truth through intuitive ratiocination that is because you lack the clear-eyed perspicacity and flashing insight displayed by Townhall columnists. Townhall has quite an [...]

Late Night: Gay Comes for the Archbishop

By: Saturday June 25, 2011 8:03 pm

I’m not ashamed of my hometown: you grow up working class, and you understand working, and class, and if you can keep your eyes open, that’s a gift.

Late Night: Gay Albanee

By: Wednesday June 22, 2011 8:01 pm

So my beloved home state, New York, looks poised to become the 6th state to allow gays to marry. Which is perfectly shocking. I mean, whoever would have thought we’d be less gay than frickin’ Iowa? But anyhow, hey, it’s a win! To be sure, it’s not a done deal yet, and the legislation will [...]

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