On this day of national mourning, a ray of hope

Ward Churchillhill, the prevaricating, plagiarizing pseudo-Indian (chicken feather, not dot-head) professor (he of “9/11 Little Eichmann’s” fame) has been denied reinstatement to the University of Colorado by a federal judge. How gallant of that judge to tear himself away from major Media’s wall-to-wall coverage of the real story today, the Al Sharpton Show, to issue his decision and brighten up our day. I’m just guessing here, but I’ll bet he shows up next as some kind of aide to Al Frankin.

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9 responses to “On this day of national mourning, a ray of hope

  1. Lorin

    This comment, about the MJ memorial, expresses in a nut shell, why Californians can’t run a state anymore… “The tapestry of a life is mixed with shadows, beams of light, blessings and burdens…there is so much healing in Remembrance and in Compassion, the light and the dark make their eternal, primoridal Peace. That memorial was beautiful and painful. I didn’t think that I was going to cry but I did…”
    what cross?

  2. Anonymous

    Go Figure…

    Ed McMahon died this week. He was a great entertainer, but prior to his stage accomplishments he was a distinguished Marine Corps fighter pilot in WWII earning six Air Medals and attaining the rank of Colonel. He was discharged in 1946 and was later promoted to the rank of Brigadier General in the CA Air National Guard.

    Farrah Fawcett died this week after a long career in Hollywood as an actress. After she was diagnosed with cancer, she became an activist for cancer treatment and devoted her last remaining years encouraging people to seek treatment. She documented her plight on film and used it to encourage others to stay positive and upbeat despite their diagnosis and suffering.

    Michael Jackson died this week. He was perhaps one of the greatest pop singers of modern time. He will also be remembered for his eccentric lifestyle that included sleeping with a chimpanzee, living in a carnival-like atmosphere at Neverland, his fascination with Peter Pan, and his numerous masks and costumes. He also paid out millions of dollars in settlements to the families of young boys despite being acquitted by a court on one allegation of sexual molestation.

    QUESTION – Which of the above did the House of Representatives declare a moment of silence for today?
    (Hint – It wasn’t the first two.)

    QUESTION – Which of the above’s family received a personal note of condolence from President Obama?
    (Hint – It wasn’t the first two.)

    What’s wrong with this picture?

  3. Front Row Phil

    A moment of silence in the U.S. House of Representatives?! A personal note of condolence from the President Obama?! Pardon me while I go puke.

  4. anonymous

    Media and politicians merely reflect stupidity of the unwashed masses/voters/fans who fund their profits or elect them

  5. Anonymous

    Question? what ever happened to the pet Chimp (Bubbles) and his pet Boa (Muscles)???? No mention of them at the memorial i guess……

    • christopherfountain

      Bubles moved to Stamford, whgere he ran into a little trouble and was expired.

  6. '73Refugee

    I’m still laughing from yesterday’s ‘shovel-ready project.’

    Mega-heh.

  7. Cobra

    “Bubles moved to Stamford, whgere he ran into a little trouble and was expired.”

    I think “popped” would be a better word than “expired,” given the little pedophile’s primate lover’s name.

  8. pulled up in OG

    Best Bubbles rumor was that he had been plastinated by that German doctor/artist, Gunther von Polyurethane.

    Also looks like Walt came through big-time and sealed the deal to re-unite MJ w/Bubbles.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1195750/Michael-Jackson-set-plastinated-missing-deadline-cryogenic-freezing.html