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As you know, Columbia “University” are busy rolling out the red carpet and testing out their kneepads and jars of Vaseline in preparation of Mahmoud Ahmadinnerjacket’s visit to their hallowed halls of academe. Positively tingling with anticipation and joy they are, giggling with joy like a teenaged schoolgirl who just saw the captain of the football team winking at her.

So, naturally, somebody sane, somebody with a functional moral compass, got to thinking: “If they’re so thrilled to provide a platform and a bullhorn to a psychotic, clinically insane murderer who is the head of the top state sponsor of terrorism, a sick, anti-Semitic megalomaniac, how would they feel about extending the same hand of friendship to, say, Adolf Hitler if they had the chance?”

The answer is quite unsurprising: “Why, of COURSE we’d be happy to be hosts to the architect of the Shoah!

Now, you might think that the drooling dickweeds of Columbia are completely bereft of standards, but you’d be wrong. Sure, they’re happy to play hosts to Nazis and terrorist psychos, but they absolutely draw the line at those horrible racist meanies opposing illegal immigration.

Not to mention those incredibly EVIL ROTC programs!

But mass-murderers, terrorists, heads of states that hang gays and threaten to finish what Hitler started? Oh, that’s just dandy with Columbia U.

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We’re going to break away from our standard Sunday evening lineup tonight at RadioCIA with a guest DJ, my alleged progeny LC Serena. She’s got a great lineup set and some amazing music history lessons to accompany the tuneage. It won’t be what you might expect.

We’ll be kicking off at 6 pm CT and stay on as long as we can keep our eyes open. Requests will taken via IM (y’all know that one) or to the RadioCIA request line:

Thanks to the Empire as always, for our loyal listeners. Without your support we wouldn’t have a station.

JB and Serena

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(Thanks to the Jawa Report and Flickr)

It’s good to know that the TSA morons are taking their job very seriously, here in the sixth year of The Long War (click for full size):

Suspicious-looking, possibly terrorist Catholic nun is frisked by muslim TSA agent.

Your tax dollars at “work.”

Somebody please tell me this is a PhotoShop!

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Out of consideration for our Joooish LCs, all talk of food is herewith banished from the site until the end of Yom Kippur, tomorrow at sunset :)

Barukh attah Adonai eloheinu melekh ha-olam,
she-hecheyanu ve’ki-yemanu ve’higianu laz’man hazeh.

(Blessed art thou, L-rd our G-d, Master of the universe,
who has kept us alive and sustained us and has brought us
to this special time.)

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From LC & IB Mike Hendrix, here’s some delicious Prime Fred!™:

Q: “Some believe that the Second Amendment has different meanings in different places, and that the gun rights of citizens in, say, New York City and Chicago can restricted more than the gun rights of those in Tennessee and Montana. Do you agree?”

Thompson responds with a deep, rumbling, slow, “Noooope.” Then he follows with absolute catnip for gun owners: “It’s never seemed to me to be coincidental that the places that have the highest crime rates tend to be the places that have the most restrictions on gun ownership in America.”

Will he appoint an Attorney General who shares his opinion of the Second Amendment. “Yes.” More applause. “I think we’re winning on the interpretation of the Second Amendment. I have a complicated position on this: The Constitution means what it says.” He gets another standing ovation.

Oh yes, I know. The RudyMcRomneyBots will respond with “sure, that’s what he says, but how do you know?

I don’t.

But I’ll tell you this: If I have to choose between somebody who openly supports the 2nd Amendment and the Constitution as it is written, even if I don’t know for sure whether he’s just feeding me red meat or not, and a clown who not only has stated his disdain for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms, but also has proven that he feels that way as, say, mayor of NYC…

If that seems like an awfully hard choice calling for “nuance”, then I suggest that you go right ahead and pull for Rudy in the primary.

But it’s a pretty damn easy call for me to make.

Oh, and as to the whole “Rudy is our best chance in the general election!” brouhaha, I offer you this opinion:

…people aren’t lining up to board the Rudy train because he’s another RINO, anti-gun, big city, northeastern politician; Kerry with an elephant; Dukakis with more red in his bunting. I’m about as “socially conservative” as… well, metaphor fails me. I’m not at all socially conservative, but I wouldn’t vote for Rudy Giuliani at gunpoint, and neither would anyone else I know South of the Mason-Dixon or West of the Mississippi. If the GOP wants a sure loss in ‘08, they’re welcome to continue with this big media Giuliani circle jerk, but don’t expect me to join in.

Do you need it any clearer? Should I break out the whiteboard and big, color markers for you?

Finally, to the whinging RudyBots in the media, the talking head shills for mediocrity who have been desperately, frantically digging around in their empty, RINO-sympathizing skulls for something to belittle the Fred Campaign with, I bring you this very succinct comment from Mickey Kaus, who is definitely not an Evil Right Wing Death Beast for Fred!:

Fred Thompson’s campaign had such a terrible, fumbling, disappointing first week that he’s already tied with Giuliani in the ARG poll and ahead by eight points in the Rasmussen poll.


Keep “fumbling and disappointing” like that, Fred!, and you’ll make Reagan’s victory in 1984 look like Florida 2000.

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This week’s edition of the Perfect Football Weekend launches starts off begins

MERLIN:  Go ahead. Say it.

KORRIOTH:  You know you want to.

LSIK&T:  NO!!!…must…resist…

KORRIOTH:  Surrender to the Dark Side™, m’Liege.

OZY MCCOOL:  Give in to your hate!

KORRIOTH:  That was actually pretty good, Lieutenant.

OZY MCCOOL:  Thank you, Captain.


…kicks off…


(See what I’m up against? )

…with this blurb from the SpatulaGoddess (aka Beff, the Imperial Serving Wench™) concerning The Team With The Highest Payroll In College Football Today™. Here are some of the better ones:

1. What do you call a drug ring in Austin ?
A huddle.

2. Four UT Longhorns in a car, who’s driving?
The police.

3. The UT Longhorns have adopted a new “Honor System”. Yes your Honor,
No your Honor.

11. Why couldn’t the Longhorn get into a huddle on the football field?
It’s a parole violation to associate with known felons.

14. Book ‘em, Horns!

Okay. Earlier this week, I guranteed that my (Fort Worth) Arlington Heights Yellow Jackets would not lose this week. Of course, it might have something to do with the fact that they don’t play.

Taking their place in the Friday night lineup are the third-ranked Oklahoma Sooners, who will toy with the Tulsa Hurricanes like a cat plays with its mouse before killing and eating it. The line’s 23½, and that’s being generous.

Tomorrow at 3:00, it’s the Wall Street Bowl as Turner Gill’s UBuffalo Bulls host the Baylor Bears.  This is one game UBeefalo might actually win, given the sorry state of Baylor football (Vegas has the line at Baylor minus three), so although I’m tempted to suspend the “line plus 14″ rule, discretion will once again be the better part of valor here.

Memo to the Baylor faithful, however: If the Bulls do win this game, start saying goodbye to Guy Morriss.

Also Saturday, 2nd-ranked LSU faces its toughest test of the season at home vs. Steve Superior’s Spurrier’s (UPDATE:  12th-ranked (thanks, HDD)) South Carolina Gamecocks. The line is LSU by 18½, but this may be the best offense the Tigers face all year, so I’m not sure it won’t be just a touchdown difference.

Finally tomorrow comes the game I’ve been waiting for now for two years - Texas Christian hosts the Shitland Ponies from SMUT. Both teams are 1-2, and had Gary Patterson not been picking his nose his gee-tar on his weekly radio show the last two weeks, the Frogs might well be 3-0 and hot in pursuit of a BCS bowl.

As it is, they’re a 23-point favorite at home - and Patterson, if this isn’t the fucking Mother Of All Squashes™ for 21-9 two years ago, I won’t stop calling for your head on a silver platter until AD Danielle Danny Morrison fires your ass.

Sunday night, we are once again graced with Michaels’ and Madden’s presence as the Dallas Cowboys travel to Soldier Field to take on Brian Urlacher and whatever passes for that sorry clunker known as the Chicago Bears’ offense. The over/under on this one is three yards and a cloud of dust. The PFW does not recommend listening to the pre-game and the (hack, spit) artistic stylings of LaKeitha Olberdouche (hack, spit) unless you have plenty of BC’s brain bleach.

Maybe not even then.

We’re back Monday or Tuesday for the recap. In the meantime…has anyone seen Leoni???

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The Senate voted on an amendment expressing their support for GEN Petraeus and condemning sewer-dwelling bottom-feeders (that would be, to those of you who have spent the last decade on Neptune) slandering a highly decorated member of the Armed Forces, and the result of the vote was very… informative.

Please keep in mind that this is the same general who was confirmed unanimously by the same backstabbing lunatics voting against today’s amendment.

Also keep in mind that one of the 25 NAYs belongs to the Hildevermin, the beast from the darkest corners of Hell who wants to be Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces that she obviously has no problem with impugning the honor and integrity of at every turn.

No surprise, really, after all she already called GEN Petraeus a liar to his face, but certainly something that needs to be repeated again and again.

As to the other 24 NAYs?

We’ll remember you as well.

We’ll remember you very well indeed.

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We couldn’t be happier if we tried. One of the fraudulent land shark leeches, robbing companies of billions of dollars every year with fraudulent, manufactured lawsuits, is about to go to the big house.

We completely agree with LC & IB Sithmonkey when he says:

I hope this guy gets mounted like a breeder cow while serving his time (or lack thereof).

All we’d add is that we hope that the breeder stud is unusually and frighteningly well “equipped.”

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(H/t LC Cheapshot911)

Proof of cooperation between Iran and Syria in the proliferation and development of weapons of mass destruction was brought to light Monday in Jane’s Defence Weekly, which reported that dozens of Iranian engineers and 15 Syrian officers were killed in a July 23 accident in Syria.

Note to the Jerusalem Post: That’s not an “accident”, it’s called “The Hand of G-d.”

According to the report, cited by Channel 10, the joint Syrian-Iranian team was attempting to mount a chemical warhead on a Scud missile when the explosion occurred, spreading lethal chemical agents, including sarin nerve gas.

That’s horrible!!!

As far as we know, sarin kills quickly and painlessly. Bummer.

(UPDATE: Muzzy informs us in the comments that we may have our data screwed up on that last point:

Initial symptoms following exposure to sarin are a runny nose, tightness in the chest and constriction of the pupils. Soon after, the victim has difficulty breathing and experiences nausea and drooling. As the victim continues to lose control of bodily functions, he vomits, defecates and urinates. This phase is followed by twitching and jerking. Ultimately, the victim becomes comatose and suffocates in a series of convulsive spasms.

Thanks, Muzzy, you just saved our day and put a giant, shit-eating grin on our face! :D )

Syria began developing chemical weapons in 1973, just before the Yom Kipper War. cites the country as having one of the most advanced chemical weapons programs in the Middle East.

Yom Kippur is coming up this Saturday, by the way.

What a nice anniversary present for Pencilneck Assad and his goons.

So, liberals, do those WMDs exist, or are they also a figment of our imaginations? If so, that would make for a really nifty epitaph for the dead Syrians and Iranians: “Here Lie a Bunch of Thugs, Terrorists and Fuckwits, Killed by a Figment of the Neocons’ Imaginations.”

That rascal Assad. Pelosi and Kucinich sure do know how to pick their new bestest buddies, don’t they?

But don’t question their patriotism.

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The Main Stream Midiots are, once again, stoking the fires of anti-gun hysteria and, as always, they manage to get pretty much exactly everything wrong, leaving the Imperial Firearms Advisor with the duty of setting the morons straight — AGAIN.

Which, we must say, always makes for a highly enjoyable read.

[EXEUNT, humming “Nobody Does it Better”]

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