“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."
Almost by definition, if he is talking, he is lying.
CAIR member once asked me if I'd ever seen Stevey Wonders new piano.ReplyDelete
I said no and he said neither had he.
Once I realized I'd just had an irony jihad waged on me, I withdrew.
Total jerk though, amirite?
Islamic dead baby jokes are destroying parties across the nation.ReplyDelete
You can't even compete in rap battles these days unless you know arabic.ReplyDelete
Cashier in detroit asked me if I wanted to super size my meal, and before I knew it, a Muslim was there telling me I should give that $.39 for a new Mosque. Fuzzy as he was, he was a salesman at heart.ReplyDelete
O so rarely, one finds a story which speaks convincingly to the human condition:ReplyDelete
Snake king Ali Khan dies from cobra bite
Lest we think Ali Khan's life was spent in vain, there are two prayer rooms available.ReplyDelete
Muslims Seek Prayer Room at Airport
"Ali Khan had also made it into the 1997 Guinness Book of World Records, living in a glass enclosure filled with more than 5,000 scorpions for 21 days. He set another record by living with 400 snakes for 40 days."
Do our pets reflect our personalities?ReplyDelete
This Rash needs to be very closely examined immediately! Any Volunteers at the Bar?ReplyDelete
Doug linked, "A strange rash appeared on her legs. And she said: 'Friends who know I worked at this restaurant are too scared to touch me in case I contaminate them. It’s horrible.'”ReplyDelete
It is very frightening, but I shall perform the manual examination of her creamy thighs in the interests of public health.
I'll do it for the advancement of Nuclear Science!ReplyDelete
This must be pursued wherever it leads!ReplyDelete
"I can hardly sleep and have been in tears. My friends at the restaurant are also terrified."ReplyDelete
I could lull her off to dreamland with stories of Ono Hawaiian Sashimmi.
Mo betta, No. F...... one!
Trish will love this one:ReplyDelete
re: they knew better
That has a strikingly familiar ring. Why study what you feel you know? Never consider the possibility of error.
In conscience, I cannot allow you to take the risk of inspecting the young lady. So, I am more than willing to take on the dangerous assignment. I can promise a top-to-bottom inspection. The inspection is anticipated to take about two weeks. If I survive, my report will be in the mail.
Sorry, Allen, she prefers bottom to top, which happens to be my specialty.ReplyDelete
"I’ve seen the pictures of Mr Litvinenko in hospital and he looks so bad. It is frightening to think I could go through the same thing.
Just after he came in that day I developed a strange rash over my legs which wouldn’t go. Now I’m terrified it is a symptom of this poisoning.
I check myself in the mirror every day to see if there are any signs I may have contracted this"
I’ve seen the pictures of my Grandfather.
I check myself in the mirror every day to see the growing resemblence.
But, there's work to be done!
Off to London for Inspector Doug.
One of Mat's Gay "friends" linked at Belmont:ReplyDelete
Radioisotope thermoelectric generator
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A radioBold textisotope thermoelectric generator (RTG) is a simple electrical generator which obtains its power from radioactive decay. In such a device, the heat released by the decay of a suitable radioactive material is converted into electricity by the Seebeck effect using an array of thermocouples. RTGs can be considered as a type of battery and have been used as power sources in satellites, space probes and unmanned remote facilities. RTGs are usually the most desirable power source for unmanned or unmaintained situations needing a few hundred watts or less of power for durations too long for fuel cells, batteries and generators to provide economically, and in places where solar cells are not viable.
re: top to bottom/bottom to top
Did I mention that I am ambidextrous?
I am shocked to read that there actually are people so cynically calloused as to think Ms. Malek might be showboating. Perish the thought. Despite her terrorization, she does look stunningly serene (dare I say delectable) in the park, bathed in the warm glow of the morning sun. I thought the midriff exposure with just the slightest glimpse of the shadow of the navel added the oh so important human dimension. Would you agree that a belly ring would have been so bourgeois?ReplyDelete
I'm Hermaphrodidic, I can...ReplyDelete
Well, like I said, there's work to be done!
(from the previous thread, re my balls and strikes comment, I follow with a changeup.)
In general, I have HATED bare midriffs.ReplyDelete
Ms. Malek, however, is a woman in need, indeed and thank g_d sans ring.
Far be it from me to withold needed services.
The humanitarian impulse of the American people has always been the inspiration and envy of the world. My heart bounds with patriotic pride to think that in you, Doug, the American spirit resides in its full majesty. Go forth and show the world that for something as trivial as a damsel in need of topical ointment, an American is willing to rise to the occasion.