Me and Matt Damon

If Matt Damon Agrees with Lincoln Chafee, and I agree with Matt Damon, do I therefore agree with Lincoln Chafee? Strange bedfellows, indeed. And, Lincoln, your hand ain’t between two pillows.

Matt Damon. I can’t even type the guy’s name without screwing up my face sideways and drooling… and yet I am with him 100% on this. (And, yes, this is three days ripe already – I’m busy)

I first heard about this over at thewashingtonnote.com. One of the better, must-read type comments I saw is copied below:

Posted by Bill R. Sep 10, 7:04PM – Link
Sarah Palin is a religious extremist who believes that human history is struggle by the pure believing Christians with Satan and we are now in the end times. History ends with a final apocalyptic confrontation by military force with all those who don’t accept Jesus in Armageddon. The unbelieving Muslims, Jews, heretical liberal Christians, gays and other refuse of history will be subjected to eternal damnation. In her world view all political opponents are instruments of the devil [and] can only be opposed, not appeased. She believes that wars of invasion, like Iraq, are the will of God. Imagine such a person with her finger on the nuclear button, anxious to bring on the culmination of the end times.

She is like John Hagee, anxious to begin WWIII to bring about the fulfillment of the book of Revelation as they believe it to be. Imagine such a person with the power of the presidency, and the nuclear football at their side.

The end of times… That is some spooky shit.

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About big jonny

The man, the legend. The guy who started it all back in the Year of Our Lord Beer, 2000, with a couple of pages worth of idiotic ranting hardcoded on some random porn site that would host anything you uploaded, a book called HTML for Dummies (which was completely appropriate), a bad attitude (which hasn’t much changed), and a Dell desktop running Win95 with 64 mgs of ram and a six gig hard drive. Those were the days. Then he went to law school. Go figure. Flagstaff, Arizona, USA

63 thoughts on “Me and Matt Damon

  1. We have left any rational frame of reference so far behind that something as crazy as President Palin could actually happen. What’s especially terrifying is how few degrees of separation exist between this nutcase and the islamic extremists themselves. American Jihad anyone?

  2. The irony has not escaped me either.
    Issue: “These people are religious extremists hell bent on destroying our way of life.”
    Proposed solution: “We need to steel our resolve and stay focused on the mission.”
    Us v. Them. Black v. White. Good v. Evil.
    No middle ground. No understanding. No thinking at all. We are right, they are wrong. We will win. They will lose.
    It’s like I’m reading a comic book…

    [edit] To clarify, yes, I’m talking about religious extremism; Christian and otherwise.

  3. Guys-

    It bears repeating, yet again, what Frank Zappa said: It ain’t getting any smarter out there.

    Bonehead stupidity is what holds back the human race. believing that the universe is a few millenia old is bonehead stupid.

  4. “No middle ground. No understanding. No thinking at all. We are right, they are wrong. We will win. They will lose.”

    So, where are Islamic radicals right?

    As for Matt Damon, he thinks 2 years as governor is not enough experience. Anyone know how much experience Obama had as a Senator before Matt Damon ‘endorsed’ him for president? Anyone care?

  5. Now, if you meant Christian religious extremist, then I miss understood your statement.

    At this point I’m not sure.

  6. Islamic religious extremists and the Christian religious extremists of the American Taliban aren’t really any different in my book. Two sides of the same turd.

    I guess Obama’s life began when he was elected to the US senate? His time in the Illinois state senate doesn’t count? Let me respond for you: Next you’re going to compare his state senate time with her time on the city council of a sub-7000 person town in the smallest state in the union. Sorry not comparable. Now lets go before that, he was a professor of constitutional law and president of the Harvard Law Review. What was she doing? Oh that’s right she was a sportscaster. Her idea of international security experience is staring at Russia from some island in Alaska? He ran a campaign that took down the most powerful Democratic family since the Kennedy’s. She was appointed. She hasn’t done jack shit. She is supremely unqualified. It is the most bizarre, asinine, and irresponsible VP pick ever. But, she is the perfect candidate for religious nutters. She’s a wet dream for the religious right. She’s Bush with a vagina (or maybe it’s Cheney…) I doubt she’s even read the constitution. But you keep believing this tripe, don’t let little things like facts get in the way. In a twisted way it was a smart pick. She has become the issue. Has anyone even paid attention to McCain for the past two weeks? If the election is about people, the Republicans win (because the sheeple think that the best qualification for president is whether they’d be fun to have a beer with), if it’s about issues the Democrats win.

    Does anyone else think Palin sounds like the Vancome lady from SNL?

    Mikey,
    You asked why people get so upset about the Dem v. Repug argument. I have problems with the Dems. I know they are, in large part owned by only slightly different interests than the Repugs. The difference for me is that the Repugs are driven by the American Taliban, and will do everything they can to actually bring about the end of the world. That scares me much more. Any country being run by religious nutjobs is bad. They want to turn the US into the Christian version of Afghanistan when it was run by the Taliban. Science is to be mistrusted. Intellectualism is to be mistrusted. Women are to be subjugated. Art threatens the powerful. Consumerism above all…. Oceania will rule.

  7. Geez, remember when this site used to have something to do with the joys of riding a bike? These days it’s all armegeddon and cyclists being run over by cars(maybe one and the same). This site makes me wanna sell the bike and lock myself in the closet.

  8. As far as Matt Damon, he is very partisan and would find fault with anyone selected for VP on the Republican ticket. Some for Pat Robertson, he would find fault with anyone selected for VP on the Dems ticket.

    As far as politics goes, we need a viable third party. The suggestion that voting for a third party is throwing you vote away is what the “big two” want you to believe. They do everything to protect the status quo, including prohibiting all thrid party candidates from participating in televised debates. That is too much control.

    I keep hearing about the fairness doctrine… a real fairness doctrine would mandate that any third party candidate that is on the ballet in all 50 states be allowed to participate in all presidential debates.

  9. “The difference for me is that the Repugs are driven by the American Taliban, and will do everything they can to actually bring about the end of the world. That scares me much more. Any country being run by religious nutjobs is bad. They want to turn the US into the Christian version of Afghanistan when it was run by the Taliban. Science is to be mistrusted. Intellectualism is to be mistrusted. Women are to be subjugated. Art threatens the powerful. Consumerism above all….”

    el jefe-

    I think I understand where this comes from. I believe that the “evangelical’ constituency suffers from some sensationalism. It was my dad- a stout roman catholic and an electrical engineer- that taught me that god created the universe via the big bang. Everyone gets along. I’m happy, the religionists are happy.

    I think the taiban were (are) far worse that the USA’s version of religionist wackjobs such as GWB and Ms. palin. That said, capital-S Science has suffered badly in the last couple of decades. Bonehead stupidity. I don’t think intellectualism is mistrusted- liberal intellectualism is mistrusted. There’s a difference, however subtle. The subjugation of women is mainly the goal of the mormons these days. Art is not a threat, unless it’s too gay or liberal. But yes, Consumerism [sic] rules all… and this is sick and wrong. These days, I feel pretty smug about my small house and small car. I’m banking it, yo, and I don’t even own a credit card. Y’all have fun at the mall, I’ve opted out and I think I’ll go for a ride.

    Today, I noticed the City had put a radar speed limit sign near my house, so of course I went out and sprinted the fucker. Barely two blocks to get up speed, and all I could manage was a 31 MPH. I got work to do. Keep the rubber side down.

    Mikey

  10. Fuck me, I’m moving to Alaska. shit. Canada…. shit. Venezuela… can’t extradite me from there! shit. I’m gonna miss the Shenandoah 100 and frosted flakes and 3.75 gas and… the come back of garbage pail kids. I swear they’re coming back. what a loss.

  11. Fuck all you whiners.

    When McCain wins, and has a heart attack, then we cal all celebrate the joys of having the first female president who is a Republican (YAY!) Then she will lead us into the final holy war which will bring about the glorious return of our lord and savior Jesus-titty-fucking-Christ.

    Thank god Ill be so drunk I wont notice or care.

    Say what you want about celebrities, especially Matt Damon or Affleck… At least they have decent cognitive faculties, unlike these fucking end-timers.

  12. Hey Matt Damon! Man, you see the car chase in Bourne Identity part 2? The one in Russia? I totally know where that underpass is! Awesome.

  13. Taliban worse? Maybe. The end goals of a country ruled by strict religious doctrine are the same. The founding fathers were right on the absolute separation of church and state. Neither one should have any right to meddle in each other’s business (although it happens all the time).

    Again, doesn’t Palin sound like the Vancome lady? You know what? Uh uh.

  14. Hey — what’ve you got against our Linc(oln Chaffee)? He was one of the few decent guys in the Senate. Always seemed a bit late to pull the trigger on issues, but at least he did on many of them, eventually. And for taking the trouble to be a Republican to oppose Bush, he lost in 2006. Gotta respect a guy who stands for his principles, especially when they’re decent ones.

  15. I agree with the “American Taliban” comparison. I grew up in the DEEP DEEP South, surrounded by religious zealots. Actually, I grew up in South Louisiana, in Cajun country. The Cajun Catholics were the most tolerant of the bunch. They went to mass but also got out and danced and drank and lived life. The Baptists were more strict, but the Pentacostals were the absolute worst. How about a religion that tells women they can’t wear pants or cut their hair? Yeah, that’s just a small step to a hijab. They’re nuts. And Sarah Palin is a hardcore, Rapture-worshipping Evangelical. Having someone who believes a major war in the Middle East is necessary for the return of Jesus a HEARTBEAT FROM THE PRESIDENCY scares the hell out of me.

  16. and why are we supposed to care what a guy who plays make believe for a living thinks about anything?the thing that is really scary about this country is that that this guy gets air time and $10 mil a movie

  17. hack… you obviously are missing the point. You will be sorely missed as you get shipped overseas to die in a desert 10,000 miles from your home.

    the point is, some people can’t see the forest for the trees, and that Palin is a jesus-freak who really truly thinks that armageddon is upon us; that if she ushers in the apocalypse, that Jeebus and his pops will cleanse the earth of all us heathens, and they will be Raptured up into heaven.

    So, yeah he has this platform where he can speak his mind and all solely because he is a celeb; but when you get PAST that fact, what he is saying… THE FUCKING MEAT OF THE DISCUSSION is that this lady is A FUCKING IDIOT.

    If you can’t get past the fact that his position affords him the chance and opportunity to say what many of us are thinking, then you deserve to get beheaded in a bunker, dumped in a back alley, crippled and sent to Walter Reed and ignored by your government… take your fucking pick.

    Did someone say something about another beer…?

  18. She can speak without a teleprompter…???

    I’m right with you left-winger whackjobs when it comes to religion in the White House…or in any other political region for that matter. When she mentions “God” in a speech (and the same goes for GWB), my skin CRAWLS.

    As for a “jihad” scenario…hasn’t that war been going on for a bit now? We just haven’t had the gov’t come out and tell us, yet. Cold, hard, reality is…we’re fucked either way. Obama won’t solve the problem either, and though I won’t be voting his way for my own reasons, I really can’t stand when people harp on his “Muslim” tendencies or past religious affiliations (read: Rev. Wright).

    As for Matt Damon, and pretty much ALL of Hollywood, well, THEY certainly live in the same reality we do, now don’t they? Gimme a freakin’ break…I could give a flying fuck what he, or Ted Nugent, or Pammy Anderson (find her statements from last week and remember the GENIUS contained in that pretty little melon) say.

  19. Whoo hoo! Bout fucken time!!

    Me and my two compadres are mounting up in anticipation of the possibilities this election year brings.

    by the way, we are voting McCain/Palin

  20. Mr. McSame-McCain clearly placed politics before country in selecting Sarah Palin; she just might be his ticket to the McCain-Rove White House but when he dies in office (statistics for someone with 3 prior malignant melanomas suggest a 1 in 3 chance of deadly reoccurrence), this country will be in a bad place. And that’s an understatement. Really!

    But this is just one possible scenario; for our country’s sake and that of future generations, it just can’t happen. A Palin White House would be the final nail in our country’s coffin. Yet beyond this, the McShame – Palin ticket presents a more thought-provoking and fundamental problem for our country and its history. Quite simply, her nomination to serve as VICE PRESIDENT of the UNITED STATES trivializes the essence of that very important office. It belittles the stature of the office and those who have served previously. Really – to nominate such a person is an outrageous insult to history and to the sanctity of the institution (admittedly, Quayle was pretty bad, but seriously the guy had an undergrad degree from DePauw, a JD from Indiana University, and um…oh yeah… he was twice elected to US House AND the US Senate). McCain’s petty tactics offend me and they should you; his choice of VP is an affront to the executive branch of government and should be to any student of history or politics. Palin’s selection should offend and outrage any American with a functioning brain. Politics aside (really), Palin’s selection is just plain wrong. It befuddles even the most jaded and cynical political observer. Palin’s only asset is biological; she offers nothing else in terms of substance, experience, vision … nada. Wake the fuck up people!

    Shame on you McSame!

  21. I wish jonny had been aborted and then his mom had her womb taken out (I’ll do the surgery)…then we could fuck his mother and not worry if she spit out another douchebag like him. Piece of sheet.

  22. Hey,
    It’s one day later and I still hate Matt Damon and all his overpaid celebrity cohorts…..go figure.

  23. Doc and Mike:

    All you have contributed to this otherwise semi-productive forum of discourse is thoughtless, shallow tripe. Please contribute any quasi-informed thoughts or take your trash some place else. Word up, douchebags! And please, leave Big Jonny’s mom and her womb out of it. BTW – I skull-fucked your moms on their respective birthdays…

  24. After a few pulls on an ice-cold Schiltz and subsequent introspection, I’d like to apologize about the comments made per your mammas. It wasn’t me, actually. I was instead living vicariously via the real-world experiences of Glenn Danzig and Dez Cadena. You know, they did on the record, meet your moms. Good night my demonsemen Doc and Mike.

  25. Hostile Local
    Waaah! Guess we know who the president of the Matt Damon fanclub is! PS-My mom said you had a tiny dick. Word up homey!

  26. The scary part is that McCain doesn’t have to die for Palin to become president. Anything that incapacitates him physically or mentally will do. What’s the percentage of strokes at 72? What about all the other old age maladies that we’ve seen people go through? Cancer is the least of our worries, and it’s a big one.

    Instead of all of the qualified Republican women he could have chosen, he chose Palin. Kay Bailey Hutchinson. I hate her politics, but could see her as a reasonable choice. Olympia Snowe. Again, I hate her politics, but she wouldn’t belittle the office. There are plenty more. Elizabeth Dole, Susan Collins, Jodi Rell… Hell, even Christine Todd Whitman the environmental anti-christ. Women where the choice wouldn’t be offensive. I’d have other problems with them, but they wouldn’t be an insult.

    But they’re not VPILFs, and apparently that’s what is important to the Republicans…

  27. El jefe – thanks for the statutory warning. Good stuff. The following does not apply to you.

    And on a different note, poor intellectually insufficient, insecure, impotent mikey-the-trikey has more inane tripe. Way to keep things real for your cro-magnum club of dick-size Debutantes in denial. Keep it real chizzle-chest, you rule.

  28. Damn I am really growing to hate election years.

    Tons of bullshit. Metric tons.

    At least we got the skullfucking issues addressed.

  29. I believe it’s a metric ass load… But then this is DrunkCyclist, what would it be without the bullshit. I need more beer.

    Hostile,
    Mike and Mikey are different people here. At least as far as we can tell who anyone is…

  30. Agreed, My reference to “Mikey the Trikey” was intended for Mike and his contempt for Damon’s overpaid celebrity whatevers. Apologies for any and all other Mikes out there. None of you are asshats in my book … yet.

    Eschew Obfuscation! And solo too…

  31. Esteemed colleagues, Sirs and Madams-

    Questionable rhetorical ploys aside, the other Mike has a point: Mr. Damon and his Hollywood pals don’t know anything more about reality than the presidential politicians variously reviled in this forum. How can you ridicule Senator McCain for having six or maybe seven houses and then nod in agreement at Mr. Damon’s opinions? All us choir boys need to keep some perspective no matter who’s in the pulpit.

    Me, I’m in Park City Utah tonight, without a mountain bike. I am scheduled to be “on” ffrom 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m. tomorrow… while some other fucker is ripping sweet single track. How will either McCain or Obama (or Damon) help me out?

    Regards,

    Mikey

  32. Sara Palin is indeed a scary option, scary for every human on earth. I suppose it is the result of the two-party “democracy” that exists in the US of A. Open it up a bit guys, there are good people in your country who could do so much better. Good luck. If “President Palin” becomes a reality, we can all start digging. Tie yer bikes down.

  33. It’s all bullshit. The world ended with the demise of the friction down-tube shifter. How are we gonna fix all this fancy shit after she pushes the button? OMG we are screwed. I’m not paranoid; why, what did you hear? I think she is connected with the middle east. Am I the only one that noticed the camel toe ? OMG we are screeewwwed.

  34. Fuck it, let ‘em burn the house down.

    Then when Tiny Baby Jesus fails to show, I can smugly say “I told god was make believe”.

  35. I’m a little confused. Let me see if I have this straight…..

    * If you grow up in Hawaii, raised by your grandparents, you’re
    “exotic, different.”

    * Grow up in Alaska, eating moose burgers, you’re the
    quintessential American story.

    * If your name is Barack you’re a radical, unpatriotic Muslim.

    * Name your kids Willow, Trig and Track, you’re a maverick.

    *Graduate from Harvard law School, you are unstable.

    * Attend 5 different small colleges before graduating, you’re well
    grounded.

    * If you spend 3 years as a brilliant community organizer, become the
    first black President of the Harvard Law Review, create a voter
    registration drive that registers 150,000 new voters, spend 12 years
    as a Constitutional Law professor, spend 8 years as a State Senator
    representing a district with over 750,000 people, become chairman of
    the state Senate’s Health and Human Services committee, spend 4 years
    in the United States Senate representing a state of 13 million
    people while sponsoring 131 bills and serving on the Foreign Affairs,
    Environment and Public Works and Veteran’s Affairs committees, you
    don’t have any real leadership experience.

    * If your total resume is: local weather girl, 4 years on the city
    council and 6 years as the mayor of a town with less than 7,000
    people, 20 months as the governor of a state with only 650,000 people,
    then you’re qualified to become the country’s second highest ranking
    executive.

    * If you have been married to the same woman for 19 years while
    raising 2 beautiful daughters, all within Protestant churches, you’re
    not a real Christian.

    * If you cheated on your first wife with a rich heiress, and left your
    disfigured wife and married the heiress the next month, you’re a
    Christian.

    * If you teach responsible, age appropriate sex education, including
    the proper use of birth control, you are eroding the fiber of society.
    * If , while governor, you staunchly advocate abstinence only, with no
    other option in sex education in your state’s school system while your
    unwed 17-year-old daughter ends up pregnant , you’re very responsible.

    * If your wife is a Harvard graduate lawyer who gave up a position in
    a prestigious law firm to work for the betterment of her inner city
    community, then gave that up to raise a family, your family’s values
    don’t represent America’s.

    * If you’re husband is nicknamed “First Dude”, with at least one
    DWI conviction and no college education, who didn’t register to vote
    until age 25 and once was a member of a group that advocated the
    secession of Alaska from the USA, your family is extremely
    admirable.

    OK, much clearer now.

  36. “Obama was too worried with Al Qaeda terrorists getting read their legal rights”

    This woman forgets that this country was founded on the principals of Law. Our Constitution was based on Law.

    and another thing

    Perhaps she believes that Gods will brought the meteor to earth that created the first environmental threat of Global Warming that Killed the Dinosaurs to make room for the white man.

    This is some serious Monkey Business

    She does not need science to prove anything. She is walking proof that Darwin was wrong after all; People do not evolve after all.

  37. Q: Are you offended by the phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance? Why or why not?

    Palin: Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, its good enough for me and I’ll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance

    what a douche

  38. The Eagle Forum Alaska Blog had a 2006 questinaire to Governor hopefuls in Alaska. Of course Sarah Palin responded.

    Evidently they are now trying to hide those responses; the webpage has been removed from the site.

    However, thanks to Google cache, it’s currently available here.

    Since the Google cache page may disappear here are some of the responses:

    1. Complete the sentence by checking the applicable phrases (you can check more than one).
    Abortion should be:
    Banned throughout entire pregnancy.
    Legal to save the life of the mother.
    Legal in case of rape and incest.
    Legal if the baby is handicapped.
    Legal if the baby has a genetic defect.
    Legal in the first trimester.
    Legal in the second trimester.
    Legal in the third trimester.
    Other:__________________

    SP: I am pro-life. With the exception of a doctor’s determination that the mother’s life would end if the pregnancy continued. I believe that no matter what mistakes we make as a society, we cannot condone ending an innocent’s life.

    2. Will you support the right of parents to opt out their children from curricula, books, classes, or surveys, which parents consider privacy-invading or offensive to their religion or conscience?

    SP: Yes. Parents should have the ultimate control over what their children are taught.

    3. Will you support funding for abstinence-until-marriage education instead of for explicit sex-education programs, school-based clinics, and the distribution of contraceptives in schools?

    SP: Yes, the explicit sex-ed programs will not find my support.

    4. Will you support efforts to raise or lower the mandatory age of education? Why or why not?
    SP: No, again, parents know better than government what is best for their children.

    5. Will you support an effort to expand hate-crime laws?
    SP: No, as I believe all heinous crime is based on hate.

    6a. Do you support the expansion of gambling in Alaska?
    SP: No, in so many cases, gambling has shown ill effects on families and as Governor I would not propose expansion legislation.

    10. Do you support the Alaska Supreme Court’s ruling that spousal benefits for state employees should be given to same-sex couples? Why or why not?
    SP: No, I believe spousal benefits are reserved for married citizens as defined in our constitution.

    11. Are you offended by the phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance? Why or why not?
    SP: Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, its good enough for me and I’ll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance.

    12. In relationship to families, what are your top three priorities if elected governor?
    SP: 1. Creating an atmosphere where parents feel welcome to choose the venues of education for their children.
    2. Preserving the definition of “marriage” as defined in our constitution.
    3. Cracking down on the things that harm family life: gangs, drug use, and infringement of our liberties including attacks on our 2nd Amendment rights.

  39. Peg Leg;

    You got it right kinda;

    Obama gets the female vote because we noticed the “Camel ‘Bro’” he’s packing!~

  40. I say this now, ‘cuz Lindsay Lohan and Pam Anderson had swayed me into the Obama camp for a short time. Hahahahahaahahaahaaaaaaaaa!!!!

  41. Q: Are you offended by the phrase “Under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance? Why or why not?

    Palin: Not on your life. If it was good enough for the founding fathers, its good enough for me and I’ll fight in defense of our Pledge of Allegiance

    Does she realize that “under god” was added in the 50′s?

    Read it here: slate.com

  42. The best part is that it was written by a socialist, partially as a statement about the power of the federal government over the states…

  43. as we near the end of summer, i can only hope that mr. sommerfliesby does just that … flies bye bye.

    and, by the way, why criticize hollywood celebs and the like for having political opinions? it’s their right and our (collectively) fault for pay too much attention. should their opinions be weighted or viewed differently than those of mere mortals? hell no. but, get over it hollywood haters. i’d much rather see and hear a matt damon or susan sarandon than the backwoods conservative-party-of-the-past counterpart in a toothless jimmy wingnut, bobby-ray nascar, or racist roberta. ‘mgidarap’ shift happens. evolve already.

  44. This is the greatest country on earth and I hope they agree(sure it’s not perfect, what is). These celebs are total attention whores(as if they don’t get enough) that weigh in to get more face time in the media. It’s one thing to have an opinion, and it’s another thing to spew negativity about your country’s policies(which haven’t hurt their pocketbooks much), and then make a big deal in public proclaiming that your moving away if the election doesn’t go your way(Sarandon and others).
    Look, if I go to a bad movie, I get up and leave. I leave! I don’t get up and disrupt the other movie goers by announcing my departure to the entire theater. If this country is so bad off then by all means please go…discreetly, quietly…please go!

  45. perhaps you have not received the message… (please) evolve already. we should be so far beyond this junior-high mentality that if you’re not happy (or mute) move abroad (read canada or france). this stupidity misses the entire fundamental point. and to endulge your popcorn logic, please be real – no one is leaving the theater quitely, rather we are mobilizing to change the film. go sit on your asshat chizzle-chest and TRY to think outside your hockeygoal. some day you’ll understand; if not you’ll be fertilizer and i’ll be cultivating the seeds of rebellion in your children. rest assured, tehy’ll be wiser than you, le-fred manygoats.

  46. Man, your nickname is fitting. You always come back with a personal attack. I hope you do change the world for the better, although I’d be surprised, you’re more likely to be sending out letter bombs in the mail. And if by evolve you mean become a prick like you, I’ll pass. Have a nice day!

  47. Seriously, Hostilelocal…personal attacks really only reflect upon the person making them…didn’t mommy ever teach you that? At least my unevolved self can still by auto insurance from Gieco. The fact that is stirs you to the soul when I comment…only increases my will to comment…ain’t nothin you can do about it…cept maybe cut yourself, or punch the wall, or go stand in front of a truck…

    Good to know you’d rather hear from those celebs than a normal, everyday person. That says a lot right there. Volumes, in fact, as libs LOVE to be the party of the common man, and suck at the teat of fame at the same time. Spell it: HYPOCRITE.