Friday, December 01, 2006
Thursday, November 30, 2006
Mel Gibson "Supports" Kramer
Global Warming Debate Goes To The Supreme Court
Message To Al Gore: Get Over It Already!!!
Iraq Forces To Take Over Security In '07
Court Rules Against ACLU, Atheist On San Diego Cross
Americans Really Don't Like John Kerry
Nicole Kidman Is Now The Highest Paid Actress
Men Biological Clocks Start To Click In Their 30's
Wednesday, November 29, 2006
Look, I'm just as eager to find out why New York City police officers took 50 shots and killed an unarmed Black man this past Saturday as everyone else is, but what I don't need is that idiot Al Sharpton preaching to me from his liberal media-appointed position as a "Black leader", much less hogging the spotlight on what at the very least is a tragedy.
Tuesday, November 28, 2006
I find it funny that the media is acting so shocked about Britney Spears flashing her private parts and hanging out with The Queen Of All Skanks Paris Hilton so soon after her marriage went kaput. After all this is the same Britney Spears who literally had pedophiles across the nation salivating after appearing in a Catholic schoolgirl uniform at 16 for her "Baby One More Time" video, has posed nude or semi-bude for a variety of magazines as well as on TV, kissed Elder Skank Madonna onstage at the 2003 MTV Video Awards, lied for years about her virginity, married a friend for a couple of days just to see what it was like to get married and started a relationship with a guy, Kevin Federline, who had just gotten his girlfriend pregnant.
Seems to me that Britney, despite now being the mother of two kids, is just continuing to be the skank she's always been.
Monday, November 27, 2006
Damn. Just when I was getting over the breakup of Britney and K-Fed . . . this happens:
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Actress Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from rap singer Kid Rock after four months of marriage, a pair of celebrity magazines reported on Monday.
"Pamela filed for divorce last week," Anderson's publicist, Tracy Nguyen, told People magazine. "It wasn't a happy Thanksgiving."
Nguyen was not immediately available to comment or provide further details.
A second magazine, Us Weekly, said the divorce papers cited "irreconcilable differences" as the reason the two broke up.
Canadian-born Anderson, star of TV shows such as "Baywatch" and a Playboy magazine model, and Rock, whose hit songs include 1998's "Devil Without a Cause," were married in late July aboard a yacht near the French Riviera city of St. Tropez.
Anderson, 39, and Rock, 35, had been involved in a long, on-again, off-again relationship that began as early as 2000 and ended back in 2003 before starting up again.
"Yes, I'm finally getting remarried ... I'm in love. I'm happy," Anderson wrote on her Web site, pamelaanderson.com, back in July. There was no mention on the site of the divorce papers being filed on Monday.
Can't believe it didn't work out, they seemed like such a happy and delightful couple.
As much as I'm proud to be a conservative, I'm not stupid enough to act like racism no longer exists. That's why I'll always fight tooth and nail to support affirmative action and that's why I get upset when people want to group me with the Ward Connerly's of the world all because I don't worship from the altar of white liberals. But when a Star Parker (who I actually respect because unlike most Blacks on the right, she doesn't come off as hateful and actually uses reason while seeking solutions within her arguments) goes out of her way to defend the racist deeds of Michael Richards, I have to admit that being on the right side of the aisle can be a little discomforting to say the least.
Props: Booker Rising
Sunday, November 26, 2006
Surprise. Surprise. Stephon Marbury is mad again at everybody but himself:
Seriously. When will the Knicks learn what every other team he's been on (Minnesota, New Jersey & Phoenix) has? Stephon Marbury is not a winner and we'd be better off without him. Marbury is Iverson with a just a little bit less talent (and we've seen how many championships the great A-I has won in Philly). In other words, Marbury's me-first, it's never my fault, blame the coach attitude is a bad mix wherever he goes and the fact that every team he's been on has gotten better after he left proves that Marbury is nothing but a malcontent who'll never be happy unless he's getting the most shots regardless of what his team's win-loss record is. After all, isn't this the same guy who couldnt get along with Kevin Garnett, much less a Hall Of Fame coach in Larry Brown? Now he finally gets the coach he wants and already he's unhappy.
NEW YORK -- The discord brewing between head coach Isiah Thomas and Stephon Marbury overshadowed everything else that went wrong for the Knicks last night.
On a night when two starters were lost to injury in the first half -- including Channing Frye for three to six weeks with a sprained left ankle -- and the Knicks turned the ball over 26 times in a 106-95 loss to the Chicago Bulls at Madison Square Garden, that's unusual.
Still, the coach and franchise player's disagreement over the reason for Marbury's benching has become the biggest issue on a team full of them.
The point guard started last night but took not a single shot attempt and played just 19:20. He was benched for most of the second half, playing just 4:25, and did not play at all in the fourth quarter.
Why sit Marbury for the second time this week? Thomas claimed it was because Marbury had felt sick yesterday morning, and the coach was looking for more energy on the court last night.
"He didn't feel good this morning," Thomas said. "I just thought in a game like tonight where we needed some energy ... we tried it, didn't work, so I just went with the other guys."
But Marbury denied that he felt ill during the game.
"I had enough in me to play," said Marbury, whose sickness caused him to skip yesterday morning's shoot-around. "I wanted to play."
Marbury said outright that he was not happy with the benching. He said he was about to go onto the court at the start of the second half when Thomas pulled him back, with no explanation.
So the best thing Isiah can do is trade him. And package Eddie Curry's lazy ass with him too.
To any team with a decent point (I mean as much as I love Nate Robinson he's still better suited for the bench) and a couple of guys that actually like to play defense. I figure that as long as we're getting back some talent than let Stevie Francis start. But if Isiah wants to keep his job past this season, the best thing he can do for all of us Knick fans is to get rid of Marbury now before it's too late.
More on Marbury at Yahoo Sports.