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Glenn Beck Creates Artwork: Piss Obama – UPDATED

28 November, 2012

I seem to recall suggesting this years ago—along with a Crap Obama.    But, hey, I’m not some fancy-schmancy “artist” who gets his funding from the NEA, or something:

UPDATE:  E-BAY removes Glenn Beck’s artwork:

Ebay Yanks Beck’s ‘Obama in Pee Pee’ Art Project Meant to Raise Money for Charity
The Blaze

The popular online auction site eBay has yanked a piece of artwork done by Glenn Beck citing its belief that the project featured an Obama figurine floating in actual urine (it was not, however).


Beck was auctioning the jar, complete with the Obama doll, on the auction site, with all the proceeds set to go to Beck’s Mercury One charity. At the last entry its bid was up to $11,300. On Wednesday morning, however, eBay removed the auction page.

Below is the letter eBay sent to Beck’s charity eBay page:

Dear mercury1charity

We recently removed the following listing:

221159812533 – Obama in Pee Pee

We removed it because including this information in the description is a violation of our policy:

Your listing contain the bodily fluid of urine. We do not allow bodily fluids to be listed on our site. Even if the liquid in the jar is not urine, you are describing it as such. We do not allow this type of listing and we ask that you do not relist this in any way. All fees for this listing have been credited to your account.

Listings of humans, human bodies, or human body parts aren’t allowed on eBay. In addition, sales of Native American skulls, bones, and other Native American grave-related items are prohibited under the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and aren’t allowed on eBay.

For more information on our policy, please visit:

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We want to keep you selling on eBay, but please be aware that future policy violations may result in your listings being removed without your fees being refunded or your account being restricted or suspended. You can review our policies and user agreement, or contact us for more information, by clicking the links below.



Michelle Malkin: “So, ‘Real’ Journalists Are Apologists for Corruptocracy. We Got It. Thanks Juan!”

14 June, 2012

Sean Hannity knows a good thing when he sees it:  Pit Michelle Malkin against Juan Williams and the sparks are sure to fly.  Last night was no exception.  Plenty of eye-rolls and snotty accusations.  Good stuff:

Update: Just thought I’d show you all a recent hard-hitting questions from one of those “real” journalists Juan Williams seems to hold in such high esteem :

Drinking with Bob Gives Advice on How to Get Out of a Traffic Ticket in New Jersey

25 April, 2012

I was cracking up while watching this one! 

One of Bob’s best rants yet:

Two “All-American Muslim” Stars Caught With Marijuana

11 January, 2012

Hmm…Maybe Lowe’s knows something we don’t…  Of course, this would go a long way in explaining why the show is sooooo boring—and, what they’ve been smoking in those hookahs all this time!:

Two ‘All-American Muslim’ stars caught with marijuana, authorities say
4:30 PM, Jan. 11, 2012 – Detroit Free Press

Two reality TV stars from TLC’s “All-American Muslim” show found some real life drama at the Ambassador Bridge recently: Authorities said they were caught with pot at the border.

It happened on New Year’s Day, according to Ron Smith, spokesman for Customs and Border Protection in Detroit.

Smith told the Free Press today that two cast members of the TLC reality show were caught with 9 grams of marijuana in the trunk while trying to cross into the U.S. from Windsor. The cast members – a man and a woman — were not named by authorities. One of them, Smith said, had a medical marijuana card, although federal law does not recognize the card.

TLC has declined to comment.

According to Smith, the two travelers had to pay a $500 civil fine for failing to declare the bag of weed to border agents.

He explained how it all went down:

At the first checkpoint after crossing the bridge, an officer decided to pull the two passengers over for inspection after asking them a series of routine questions. The officer, Smith noted, did not recognize the travelers from the TV show.

“Some officers will look in a lot of trunks. This officer picked their trunk to look in,” Smith said.

But inside the inspection area, Smith said, some officers and bystanders recognized the pair from the show. During the inspection, an officer checked the trunk and found a weed-like substance in a small bag – enough to roll about 10 joints.

The travelers were released because, as Smith explained, nine grams of marijuana doesn’t warrant prosecution.

“This wasn’t a criminal matter, it was a civil matter,” Smith said, adding. “It’s very hard to get someone to prosecute for something that small.”

All-American Muslim follows the lives and customs of five Muslim American families in Dearborn.

Best Radio Spots for Guns, Evah!

14 December, 2011

You just gotta’ love the way PRK Arms takes the “puppy mill” commercials and gives them a new twist:


And, for the more adventurous, a “male enhancement” radio ad:


Even more entertaining is that these radio spots are running in California!

Unsurprisingly, these radio spots have caught the attention of the local media:

Lowe’s Hardware Comes Under Fire for Pulling its Advertising During TLC’s ‘All American Muslim’

11 December, 2011

Hey, it’s still a somewhat relatively free country with a Free Market.  If Lowe’s doesn’t want to waste money advertising during a particular time slot, they are more than free to do as they wish.  It’s their money, their right.  Right? 

Throughout the history of television, sponsors have continually rotated in and out of advertising slots.  It’s a business.  If sponsors aren’t getting a good return for their investment in advertising during a particular program, or they feel that a program is not in line with their core values, or—as appears to be the case in this instance—they receive sufficient backlash from the public, then it only makes sense that they pull their advertising.  That’s the way it has always worked and will continue to work.  Like I said, it’s a business.

So, why all the hubbub?  Well, it’s pretty obvious:  We are dealing with a bunch of whiny Muzzies and their legions of dhimmified Lefturds:

‘All American Muslim’: Russell Simmons Lashes Out at Lowe’s for Pulling Ads from TLC Show
by Crystal Bell – AOL News

Hip-hop mogul and former reality star Russell Simmons slammed Lowe’s hardware store after it pulled its ads from TLC’s new series ‘All American Muslim,’ exclusively reports Entertainment Weekly.

“This can’t happen in America … [Lowe’s] needs to fix this immediately,” Simmons said. “They can’t get away with that, it’s ridiculous. There are American principals at stake here. I can’t imagine the Anti-Defamation League, the NAACP, the National Urban League, or any organization that fights for their own rights will allow this to happen to any other group because they know they’re next.”

Might I just interject here that Russell Simmons admits that his own politics are even farther Left than Keith Olbermann’s?  Just thought I’d throw that in there for a sense of perspective.

Simmons isn’t the only one upset by the homebuilding store’s decision. According to the Los Angeles Times, California state senator Ted Lieu called on Lowe’s to apologize for pulling its advertising from the TV show, which follows the lives of five Muslim American families from the Dearborn, Michigan area, home to one of the most active Muslim communities in the country.

Yet, according to the conservative Florida Family Association, “The show profiles only Muslims that appear to be ordinary folks while excluding many Islamic believers whose agenda poses a clear and present danger to liberties and traditional values that the majority of Americans cherish.”

They then encouraged members to email the program’s advertisers, the conservative organization posted a letter reportedly from a Lowe’s representative, stating that the retail giant has agreed to pull its ads from the docu-series: “While we continue to advertise on various cable networks, including TLC, there are certain programs that do not meet Lowe’s advertising guidelines, including the show you brought to our attention. Lowe’s will no longer be advertising on that program.”

Lowe’s then acknowledged its decision on Twitter. “We did not pull our ads based solely on the complaints or emails of any one group. It is never our intent to alienate anyone. Lowe’s values diversity of thought in everyone, including our employees and prospective customers.”

However, Simmons says that pulling the ads was “a stupid thing to do,” reports Entertainment Weekly, and called on the hardware company to show support the show, instead of pulling its ads.

“This is a press nightmare for them,” Simmons told Entertainment Weekly. “This country is built on religious freedom. This is the kind of hate that tears this country apart.”

LOL!  Suddenly, a Lefturd who practices Solipsism—“I pray to Atman, to the self. The Atman is self”.—is pulling out the American History/Constitution Card.   The cognitive dissonance is deafening. 

Uh…  Just a quick question for Russell Simmons:  Hey, Russell, where were you when you and your ilk were calling for Glenn Beck’s sponsors to drop him?  Do I detect a note of hypocrisy here?   Yeah, I thought so.

Red Dawn II Quietly Gets Pussified

20 March, 2011

Reel China: Hollywood tries to stay on China’s good side

Without Beijing even uttering a critical word, MGM is changing the villains in its ‘Red Dawn’ remake from Chinese to North Korean. It’s all about maintaining access to the Asian superpower’s lucrative box office.

By Ben Fritz and John Horn, Los Angeles Times

China has become such an important market for U.S. entertainment companies that one studio has taken the extraordinary step of digitally altering a film to excise bad guys from the Communist nation lest the leadership in Beijing be offended.

When MGM decided a few years ago to remake “Red Dawn,” a 1984 Cold War drama about a bunch of American farm kids repelling a Soviet invasion, the studio needed new villains, since the U.S.S.R. had collapsed in 1991. The producers substituted Chinese aggressors for the Soviets and filmed the movie in Michigan in 2009.

But potential distributors are nervous about becoming associated with the finished film, concerned that doing so would harm their ability to do business with the rising Asian superpower, one of the fastest-growing and potentially most lucrative markets for American movies, not to mention other U.S. products.

As a result, the filmmakers now are digitally erasing Chinese flags and military symbols from “Red Dawn,” substituting dialogue and altering the film to depict much of the invading force as being from North Korea, an isolated country where American media companies have no dollars at stake.

The changes illustrate just how much sway China’s government has in the global entertainment industry, even without uttering a word of official protest. Although it’s unclear if anyone in China has seen “Red Dawn,” a leaked version of the script last year resulted in critical editorials in the Global Times, a communist party-controlled paper.


In the last few weeks, MGM has begun showing “Red Dawn” to potential buyers at other studios. Several people who have seen the movie but requested anonymity because they were not authorized to speak on the record said they couldn’t risk distributing it given the potential blowback in China.


People close to the picture said the changes will cost less than $1 million and involve changing an opening sequence summarizing the story’s fictional backdrop, re-editing two scenes and using digital technology to transform many Chinese symbols to Korean. It’s impossible to eliminate all references to China, the people said, though the changes will give North Korea a much larger role in the coalition that invades the U.S.


“Red Dawn” is not the only piece of entertainment to swap out Chinese villains for North Koreans recently. The video game “Homefront,” which was released this week and features a script by John Milius, writer of the original “Red Dawn,” was also originally intended to feature a Chinese invasion. For business reasons, publisher THQ changed the occupying forces to North Korea.

Obama to Appear on Mythbusters

18 October, 2010

Ack!  As if we aren’t already Obamaboarded on a daily basis with a fawning media’s fanatical obsession of plastering Obama’s image on just about everything under the sun, we are now no longer allowed to seek comfort, diversion, and entertainment from non-political shows like Mythbusters.

Maybe the Mythbusters should wait until Shark Week starts before airing this episode:

No myth: Obama appearing on ‘Mythbusters’
by Daniel Terdiman – cnet

He won’t be wearing a beret or a T-shirt that says “I know, I know, Jamie is always right,” but President Obama will be making a guest appearance on the hit Discovery Channel show “Mythbusters.”

In a release today, the Discovery Channel touted the segment–which the president and “Mythbusters” hosts Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage taped on July 27–that will air during the December 8 episode of the show. The episode is called “Archimedes Solar Ray,” and during his segment, the president challenged Hyneman and Savage “to revisit an ancient and somewhat-controversial myth: Did Greek scientist and polymath Archimedes set fire to an invading Roman fleet using only mirrors and the reflected rays of the sun?”

Obama announced his “Mythbusters” role during the White House Science Fair today, but he lamented that he didn’t get to blow anything up during the taping of the segment. “I was a little frustrated about that,” the president said.
Don’t y0u worry your pretty little head, Obama; you can still push that shiny red button you’ve got there in the Oval Office…  Just make sure that you are targeting Iran—not Israel or the United States…

Fashion “Don’t” of the Day

4 June, 2010

Uhm…  Where to start?   The panty-lines?  The too tight  “flood-water” pants?  How about that hideous choice of shoes?  What’s up with that?

Hey, I’m no fashionista, but even I can tell that’s just not right:

Obama's Thinking: I like big butts and I sure can lie..

This one goes out to Barry Jr.:

Tavis Smiley: More Christians Than Muslims Blow Up People Every Single Day

28 May, 2010

Yeah, right.  Whatever.

Another shining example of Lefturded education.  Since the education system is busily pumping out Lefturd asses, perhaps the government’s indoctrination program could be called, “Every Child a Leftist Behind…”:

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