Dada is the sun, Dada is the egg. Dada is the Police of the Police.


The Great Sino-American War - will it ever come?

Apparently some people have their panties in a bunch because the mayor of Tokyo expressed doubt that the US could defeat China in a war.

But why would the US end up going to war with China? The Staunch Moderate thinks it won't:
We will never go to war against China.

Think about it. We never even went to war with Russia. Take a look around your house. What do you own that was produced in Russia? Some of you righties may have an AK-47, and you lefties probably have lots of Smirnoff. But those are the only things Russia knows how to make: guns and vodka.

Now take another look around your house. What do you have in your house that's not made in China? Going to war with China would bring economic chaos in the United States
That tends to be my intuition as well, though I freely admit I haven't spent much time thinking about this. SM's instinct, however, is correct - when it comes to matters of war and peace, it often behooves us to look at who stands to gain, and who stands to lose, economically.

War is almost always at least partly about money. This is one reason why the Iraq war shouldn't be construed as a simple 'mistake' made, or even a crime committed, by the Bush administration. Thinking otherwise risks reducing the problem of American neo-imperialism to an anomalous election of a disastrous president. But George Bush didn't invent this style of foreign policy, and it won't end with his presidency. Don't get me wrong: I'd greatly prefer a President Gore or President Kerry. But there's a sense in which either of them would have been the enemy of progressives in particular and decent, morally aware people in general as well, because although the Democratic Party is infinitely preferable to the GOP, there is simply no question that it remains primarily in service to Corporate America, and as such can never be trusted to do the right thing on its own.

Mike the Mad Biologist

...does a great job shredding an IDiot here, even though it requires him to defend Charles Krauthammer.

And speaking of the Mad Biologist, it's worth reminding everyone that his is one of the best damn blogs on the internets.

Is America turning blue?

An electoral map based on Bush's approval ratings:

Unfortunately, Bush isn't running again, and I haven't seen any evidence that dissatisfaction with Bush is translating into a more general unhappiness with the GOP, though intuitively it seems like it should. However, with the Democratic Party's terminal ineptitude, they may very well fail to capitalize on any of this.

Speaking of Bush's approval numbers, AMERICAblog is reporting that he's down to 28% nationally. No link is given, however, and that's not in line with the other numbers I've seen recently, so take it with a big old chunk of salt, because it's probably bogus. But, FYI.

Friday random ten

I usually don't do this, but for some reason I feel like doing it right now.

Friday Random Ten, laptop version:

Dance of Hopping Mad, The Raincoats ("If I sit and contemplate the damage done to me, I can do a dance of hopping mad, I'm unable to see")

Treatise, Cornelius Cardew

Oh Well, Fiona Apple ("When I was looking with calm affection, you were searching out my imperfections...")

Old Brown Shoe, The Beatles ("If I grow up I'll be a singer, wearing rings on every finger...")

What's the Difference?, Dr. Dre and friends ("What's the difference between us? We can start at the penis - or we can scream 'I just don't give a fuck' and see who means it.")

Stones, Christian Wolff

5&1/2 Minute Hallway, Poe ("Oh, by the way, when the landlord came today, he measured everything...")

I'm Only Sleeping, Jeff Tweedy (cover) ("Lying here staring at the ceiling/Waiting for that sleepy feeling/Please don't wake me, no don't shake me/Leave me where I am/I'm only sleeping")

Stewie's Banjo Song, Stewie Griffin ("When I went to meet her/Man you shoulda seen her/ Twice as tall as me, three times the girth.")

Little Ghost, The White Stripes ("No one else could see this apparition/But because of my condition/I fell in love with a little ghost and that was all.")

Wasn't that fun.


Thank GOD for the wingnut-o-sphere

Right-wing bloggers report the stories that the Em Ess Em doesn't want you to hear!

For example, did you know that in his Thanksgiving statement, Howard Dean didn't mention the Lord our God a single time?!? Thanks to The American Mind, we are no longer oblivious to this fact, the importance of which cannot be understated.

... one of the American Mind's commenters pulls a very appropriate quote:
"And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, They have their reward.

But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly."

R.I.P. Mr. Miyagi

Whoa, I just heard that Pat Morita, who played Mr. Miyagi in The Karate Kid and Arnold on Happy Days, has died.

There's an obit here. I didn't realize that Morita was actually nominated for an Oscar for his role in The Karate Kid.

Is string theory pseudo-science?

A new book by prominent physicist Lawrence Krauss, reviewed this week in Slate, argues that indeed it is:
String theory proposes a solution that reconciles relativity and quantum mechanics. To get there, it requires two radical changes in our view of the universe. The first is easy: What we've presumed are subatomic particles are actually tiny vibrating strings of energy, each 100 billion billion times smaller than the protons at the nucleus of an atom.

That's easy to accept. But for the math to work, there also must be more physical dimensions to reality than the three of space and one of time that we can perceive. The most popular string models require 10 or 11 dimensions. What we perceive as solid matter is mathematically explainable as the three-dimensional manifestation of "strings" of elementary particles vibrating and dancing through multiple dimensions of reality, like shadows on a wall. In theory, these extra dimensions surround us and contain myriad parallel universes. Nova's "The Elegant Universe" used Matrix-like computer animation to convincingly visualize these hidden dimensions.

Sounds neat, huh—almost too neat? Krauss' book is subtitled The Mysterious Allure of Extra Dimensions as a polite way of saying String Theory Is for Suckers. String theory, he explains, has a catch: Unlike relativity and quantum mechanics, it can't be tested. That is, no one has been able to devise a feasible experiment for which string theory predicts measurable results any different from what the current wisdom already says would happen. Scientific Method 101 says that if you can't run a test that might disprove your theory, you can't claim it as fact. When I asked physicists like Nobel Prize-winner Frank Wilczek and string theory superstar Edward Witten for ideas about how to prove string theory, they typically began with scenarios like, "Let's say we had a particle accelerator the size of the Milky Way …" Wilczek said strings aren't a theory, but rather a search for a theory. Witten bluntly added, "We don't yet understand the core idea."

If stringers admit that they're only theorizing about a theory, why is Krauss going after them? He dances around the topic until the final page of his book, when he finally admits, "Perhaps I am oversensitive on this subject … " Then he slips into passive-voice scientist-speak. But here's what he's trying to say: No matter how elegant a theory is, it's a baloney sandwich until it survives real-world testing.

...theoretical physics is overrun with theorists freed from the shackles of experimental proof. The string theorists blithely create mathematical models positing that the universe we observe is just one of an infinite number of possible universes that coexist in dimensions we can't perceive. And there's no way to prove them wrong in our lifetime. That's not a Theory of Everything, it's a Theory of Anything, sold with whizzy PBS special effects.

..."String theory is textbook post-modernism fueled by irresponsible expenditures of money," Nobel Prize-winner Robert Laughlin griped to the San Francisco Chronicle earlier this year.

...Goodbye, Department of Physics. Hello, String Studies.
I don't know what to make of this. The notion that a theory is nonsense unless currently testable is highly questionable, and it's worth noting that this would invalidate by fiat almost all philosophical theories. I mean, David Lewis might have been wrong, but was he wrong just because his theory couldn't be empirically proven or disproven?

A lack of testability might take a theory out of the realm of science proper, but that's not the same as relegating it to the domain of pointless pseudoscience. Or is it? I suppose it's possible that the only legitimate theories are scientific theories, but some argument to this effect would need to be made - a task which critics of string theory tend not to bother with.


Perky 'Canada' has own bloggers, blog awards

And the Porcine One has been nominated for a couple Canadian Blog Awards. Vote for Capitalist Pig vs. Socialist Swine here.

Have you had your Thanksgiving dose of self-righteousness and condescension yet?

If not, Mark Noonan will be happy to provide:
Are you having a good Thanksgiving? Turkey come out well? Looking forward to that pumpkin pie? How was the ball game?

Ahhhh....wonderful Thanksgiving.

You have remembered, of course, that while you're chowing down and having a good time, the best and bravest men and women we've ever seen are out there in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere putting their lives at risk for us, haven't you? Of course you have...and as your first "Black Friday" stop, you'd already planned to go to America Supports You and plunk down a little Christmas cheer for the troops...perish the thought that anyone would have forgotten that.
Yeah, fuck you too, buddy.

A Cerulean Blue Thanksgiving

Not for the faint of heart.

Sign of the beast

Rock on. (Via Boing Boing.)


The Bush administration's unforced error

Good article in Slate today detailing how the administration muffed its response to Rep. Murtha's call for withdrawal:
...When Murtha first made his proposal, the White House press secretary pounced. Scott McClellan issued a statement directly targeting Murtha for "endorsing the policy positions of Michael Moore and the extreme liberal wing of the Democratic party." In calmer times, McClellan would have made the point in his regular daily briefing. But White House aides are in rapid-response mode, so they didn't wait. They rebutted Murtha's proposal immediately, the way they would have during the week before an election, and their disproportionate response itself became the issue.

...How did the Republicans screw this up so badly? Two weeks ago, the White House decided to go back into full campaign mode. A war room was formed. No charge would go unanswered. Staffers began issuing press releases rebutting claims by the Washington Post, the New York Times, and Sen. Edward Kennedy.

The first indication of trouble was the president's effort to make John Kerry the face of the opposition ... the effort to re-fight a campaign he won last year made Bush look a bit petty and desperate.

The effort ran further aground when administration aides had the bright idea of linking Murtha to Michael Moore. Comparing any opponent to the toxic filmmaker would only work after months of softening up his reputation. Murtha's history probably makes even that impossible. In his 37 years in the military, Murtha won two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star with a Combat "V," and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.

The bungled Murtha response gave him more energy, validity, and acclaim than he probably would have gotten otherwise. It has made the withdrawal option in Iraq a far more serious topic of conversation than it would be otherwise. No one is signing on to Murtha's quick timetable for withdrawal, but the idea can no longer be dismissed by merely mentioning the name of the person who offered it. Murtha's next proposal will arrive with far more credibility because of this episode. People will pay attention to what he has to say. After all, he's a good man. Just ask the president.

Blood for oil

From The Independent, via The Next Left:
Iraqis face the dire prospect of losing up to $200bn (£116bn) of the wealth of their country if an American-inspired plan to hand over development of its oil reserves to US and British multinationals comes into force next year. A report produced by American and British pressure groups warns Iraq will be caught in an "old colonial trap" if it allows foreign companies to take a share of its vast energy reserves. The report is certain to reawaken fears that the real purpose of the 2003 war on Iraq was to ensure its oil came under Western control.
I find it strange that anyone still doubts that.

Michael Moore territory

More evidence that the 'Michael Moore fringe' is occupied by a majority of Americans: "64% of Americans believe the Bush administration 'generally misleads the American public on current issues to achieve its own ends'".

"I am the door"

Oh, snap! The Mad Biologist has a one-line refutation of Biblical literalism.

R.I.P. Sam, the butt-ugly dog

Rest in peace, little buddy. You sure were ugly.

Bad news via Pandagon - Sam, the official ugliest dog in the world three years running, has passed on.

I always had a soft spot for that little dog, though I didn't know him personally. He lived for fifteen years though, a nice long life for a dog. See you on the other side, Sam.


Just going out for a smoke

I hope this is a joke. Via Socialist Swine:
A French woman nearly disappeared in a real cloud of smoke when she tried to open the door of an airliner so she could pop out for a mid-flight fag.

The BBC reports that Sadrine Helene Sellies has an acute fear of flying, and on a long flight from Hong Kong to Brisbane, resorted to a traditional Gallic remedy – sleeping tablets washed down with alcohol.

That little cocktail certainly did the trick. In fact, Sellies' sense of fear was so dulled that she thought it would be a good idea to pop out for a relaxing fag. She was seen heading for one of the emergency exits clutching her lighter and tabs.

Sellies began “tampering” with the door and was only prevented from enjoying her last cigarette by a sharp-eyed flight attendant – perhaps she was concerned that Sellies had cracked open the duty free mid-flight.

Sellies subsequently pleaded guilty to endangering the safety of an aircraft at Brisbane Magistrates Court. She was hit with a AUS$1,000 good behaviour bond.

Was Bush going to bomb Al-Jazeera?

We report, you decide:
Bush al-Jazeera 'plot' dismissed

The White House has dismissed claims George Bush was talked out of bombing Arab television station al-Jazeera by UK Prime Minister Tony Blair.

The allegations were made by an unnamed source in the Daily Mirror newspaper.

A White House official said: "We are not going to dignify something so outlandish with a response."

...According to the Mirror's source, the transcript records a conversation during Mr Blair's visit to the White House on 16 April 2004, in the wake of an attempt to root out insurgents in the Iraqi city of Falluja, in which 30 US Marines died.

The memo, which the Mirror says is stamped "Top Secret", allegedly details how Mr Blair argued against what the paper calls a "plot" to attack the station's buildings in the business district of Doha, the capital city of Qatar.

A Downing Street spokesman said: "We have got nothing to say about this story. We don't comment on leaked documents."

...Liberal Democrat foreign affairs spokesman Sir Menzies Campbell said: "If true, then this underlines the desperation of the Bush administration as events in Iraq began to spiral out of control.

"On this occasion, the prime minister may have been successful in averting political disaster, but it shows how dangerous his relationship with President Bush has been."

The Truth, no joke

I usually shy away from the common Blogland habit of saying that this or that blog post or newspaper column is a "must-read" - but Brian Leiter's fisking of Bush's speech from last week truly should be required reading:
The central delusion that has gripped the American right since 9/11 ... is the idea that every terrorist incident is related to every other one, that the grievances of Chechen separatists have something to do with the grievances of Palestinian suicide bombers which have something to do with Sunni resistance to the U.S. occupation of Iraq which has something to do with the murderous delusions of religious fundamentalists actually beholden to Osama bin Laden. But these events have almost nothing to do with each other (as we have had occasion to remark previously), except that they serve the propaganda purposes of a decadent and amoral empire. One really can't repeat this often enough: there is no "war on terror," not only because you can't wage war on a technique, but because there is no single agent of terrorism motivated by a unitary set of concerns. The whole "war on terror" is a fraud, and anyone who speaks of such a fake war should be laughed out of serious society. If America had not lost its collective mind after 9/11, there would now be only an international criminal manhunt for bin Laden and other perpetrators of crimes against civilians in New York and London and Madrid (etc.).

...It is true that some of the "extremists want to end American and Western influence in the broader Middle East," but obviously not because the U.S. has supported "democracy and peace" in the region (I assume this was supposed to be a laugh line) ...

...There is no doubt that there are hundreds of millions of people around the globe--most, to be sure, under the age of seven--who entertain fantasies of unlimited power over all their adversaries, from their parents to their neighbors to their distant enemies: part of grown-up leadership is to assess which of these fantasies of power are actually realistic.

[Bush:] "The murderous ideology of the Islamic radicals is the great challenge of our new century. Yet in many ways, this fight resembles the struggle against communism in the last century. "

Indeed, it does: it provides, as the communist threat did in an earlier era, a rationalization for foolish and dangerous domestic and foreign policies; an endless distraction from the self-serving agenda of plutocratic elites at home; and a rhetorical trope for a failed leader, whose personal and political corruption would have turned him out of office long ago in a functional democratic society.
Read the rest. It is the unvarnished, politically incorrect truth, and it would be nice if we could collectively be done with the fairy tales and have an honest discussion about what is actually going on in the world today.

(Cross-posted at Liberal Street Fighter.)

Time for an intervention

Conservatives really, truly are losing their minds. Just check out the effort put into 'investigating' the fact that CNN accidentally broadcast a black 'X' for a few seconds over the video of Cheney giving a speech. Malkin has a post with five updates, two dozen links, and thirty-six trackbacks.

Seriously, you guys are losing it. Get help!


Movie stars de-glammed

These are images from Worth1000's "Detouching" contest.

34%: She was asking for it

This is disturbing, to say the least:
A British poll, described as "shocking" by equal-rights campaigners, has found that more than a third of people believe women are to blame for being raped if they behave flirtatiously, wear sexy clothes or get drunk.

The IMC survey, commissioned by Amnesty International, also provided a "sobering insight" into why the conviction rates for rape prosecutions at jury trials are falling, despite stricter laws, said campaigners.

Although the number of rapes reported to the police in Britain has gone up in recent years, the number of convictions has stayed constant, at just more than 5% of cases.

According to the poll, 34% of those asked thought a woman was "partially" or "totally" responsible for being raped if she behaved in a "flirtatious manner".

More than a quarter also thought a woman was "at least partly responsible" for being raped if she wore sexy or revealing clothing, or was drunk.


Clever little "kill order" on the homepage of Davey Horowitz's Frontpage Magazine:

But conservatives really are tired of liberals poisoning the political discourse. In fact, they're so upset, they might just have to kill somebody.

The continuing depravity of Michelle Malkin

Her new method of refuting critics: posting pictures of people jumping from the WTC.

Because, of course, all those people would no doubt support the "War on Terror" with as much bloodlust as Ms. Malkin does.

Don't forget, Michelle is blessed with the ability to commune with the dead. And each and every one of the WTC victims has told her that they don't at all mind their deaths being used for the petty personal vendettas of right-wing lunatics.

Your child died and now you're against the war? You've just come down with a case of temporary insanity!

Kevin Drum's quote of the day:
"You'll have a parent or two here, as you know, whose tragic grief from the tragic loss of a loved one, of a child, causes their mental thinking to be a little destabilized. That's understandable." -- Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Tex.) at a news conference Thursday, discussing parents of slain soldiers who turned antiwar.

Don't question Bush's war; it hurts our soldiers' feelings!

From GOP Bloggers:
Democrat-MSM Axis Taking Its Toll on Troops

Liberal surrender talk having an effect on the battlefield.

Pentagon officials say they are increasingly worried that Washington's political fight over the Iraq war will dampen what has been high morale among troops fighting a tenacious and deadly enemy.

Commanders are telling Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld that ground troops do not understand the generally negative press that their missions receive, despite what they consider significant achievements in rebuilding Iraq and instilling democracy.

The commanders also worry about the public's declining support for the mission and what may be a growing movement inside the Democratic Party to advocate troop withdrawal from Iraq.

"They say morale is very high," said a senior Pentagon official of reports filed by commanders with Washington. "But they relate comments from troops asking, 'What the heck is going on back here' ... My take is that they are wondering if America is still behind them."
...Congratulations, Mr. Reid and Ms. Pelosi, your efforts are succeeding; you must be so proud.
My, in the eyes of Republicans, US soldiers certainly are delicate little flowers, aren't they? The thought of leaving Iraq and returning to their families is just too much to bear! They can't take it anymore! The only way to ensure morale is to assure them that they will be in Iraq for many, many years to come (assuming they live that long).

If there's one thing that every soldier loves, it's the prospect of endless war.


The only argument against the Iraq War you need

'82 per cent [of Iraqis] are "strongly opposed" to the presence of coalition troops.'

As Mike the Mad Biologist says -
With 82% of Iraqis "strongly opposed" to coalition troops, at what point do we realize that we are no longer an army of liberation, but an army of occupation?

Tonight on 60 Minutes(?)

The newsmagazine show 60 Minutes is planning on airing a show suggesting that the city of New Orleans is sinking and that it should be abandoned, but the state of Louisiana wants them to hold off:
State asks '60 Minutes' to hold report on sinking

BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — State officials have asked the CBS television show "60 Minutes" to postpone Sunday's scheduled segment highlighting a scientist's allegations that New Orleans is sinking and that residents should be induced to leave the city.

Tim Kusky, a professor in the earth sciences department at St. Louis University, asserts on the show that New Orleans residents should "face the fact that their city will be below sea level in 90 years."

He also recommends a "gradual pullout from the city, whose slow, steady slide into the sea was sped up enormously by Hurricane Katrina," according to a preview of the program.

In a letter to CBS, Andy Kopplin, executive director of Louisiana Recovery Authority, asked the network to reconsider airing it.

"We are very concerned about the preview of your story on New Orleans' future posted on the '60 Minutes' website and hope it is not an accurate reflection of your work," Kopplin wrote.

"We know of many scientists and engineers who have spent considerable parts of their careers becoming experts in addressing coastal land loss in Louisiana and who disagree fundamentally with Prof. Kusky's purported comments."

According to Kusky, "New Orleans is going to be 15 to 18 feet below sea level, sitting off the coast of North America surrounded by a 50- to 100-foot tall levee system to protect the city." He estimates this will happen in 90 years.

Kopplin's letter was attached to a letter from Donald Boesch, president of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science, who strongly disputes Kusky's conclusions and questions Kusky's credentials.

"I am dismayed by the advance report on the scheduled story on sinking of New Orleans which apparently is based on the perspectives of 'a natural disaster expert,'" he wrote. He also noted he's spent his career working on coastal environmental issues around the country and "until now, I have never heard of Prof. Kusky."

Boesch's letter indicates that Kusky's expertise is in ophiolites — rock sequences that formed on the oceanic edge of tectonic plates in the Archean eon about three billion years ago. He questioned an op-ed piece written for the Boston Globe in September suggesting it's time for New Orleanians to move out of the city, which Boesch said was "replete with serious errors of fact and logic."

"The op-ed reads like an undergraduate paper — a little bit of truth but with a lot of important information missing and not much deep thinking," Boesch wrote.

"I am extremely disappointed that the widely viewed and well regarded '60 Minutes' would base a story on such an incredibly important issue on an 'expert' with so little standing on the subject and not seek the best scientific perspectives available," Boesch wrote.

Malkin again

Matt Stoller (via Atrios) interprets Malkin's post (referenced below) as an acknowledgment that her husband does write some of her blog posts:
Malkin admitted something today.

She had previously claimed that she does all her blogging herself with the aid of her insomnia, and nothing else. Adorable! She can't sleep, so she writes hate-filled screeds about the need to imprison minorities! Others have been skeptical about her supposed lack of aid in producing the content she does. Even though it's not very good, there's a lot of it.

Well it looks like she just admitted that she doesn't in fact write her own blog posts. Her husband "helped me with a handful of blog posts out of the estimated 3,000 I've written since June 2004." What is a handful? 10? 20? 100? 600? Since he in fact stopped working when her 'career took off', it must be quite a handful!
That sentence didn't stand out to me at first, but now that I read it again, it does call out for an explanation. What does she mean by "helped me"? Has Jesse written blog posts for her or not?

Also, as Auguste points out, it really is a dirty trick for Malkin to conflate the ghost-blogging accusation with the claim that she is "a greedy Asian whore/dupe/brainwashing victim who simply parrots what my white slavemasters program into my empty little head." Simply pointing out that Michelle is being dishonest about the authorship of her blog is hardly equivalent to racism, and it's really sleazy of Malkin to insist otherwise.

But what do you expect from the author (or one of them, anyway) of one of the most irresponsible and reprehensible books of our time?

Malkin responds!

For some time now, Auguste at Malkin(s) Watch (with an assist from the Liberal Avenger) have been making the case that it is extremely likely that some of the work put out under Michelle Malkin's name is actually written by her husband Jesse. Well today, Michelle finally responded to the charges made by these "vicious anonymous bloggers."

Before you click through, can you guess what her response was?

It's a dirty lie, of course. Also, they are racists and sexists.

...Malkin sympathizers are of course all torn up about the treatment poor wittle Michelle is receiving. One blogger's response: Michelle Malkin's critics are worse than terrorists and should watch their backs, and also I want to fuck Michelle Malkin:
Michelle Malkin has to be one of my favorite “talking heads”, columnists, and bloggers. She’s always on target with brilliant research, logic, and wit. It helps that she’s Conservative but I would appreciate her talents regardless of her political stripe.

Tonight I read her blog entry, “JUST A YELLOW WOMAN DOING A WHITE MAN’S JOB“, and found myself wanting to reach through the screen and either hug her or strangle the bastards causing her such grief. They can’t argue positions with her, for surely they would lose, so they begin insulting her ... The “people” saying these things about Michelle are no better, and possibly worse, than the barbarians we are fighting in Iraq, Afghanistan, and many many other places.

...She’s a Believer in Christ first, a Mother to her children second, a wife\lover\friend to her Husband third, and somewhere down the list…she’s a Conservative ... she’s sweet and gorgeous and probably had her pick of men…Mr. Malkin should count himself the second luckiest man in the World next to me...

When you attack someone’s family you are crossing a line that, up until recent years, can be a Very. Dangerous. Thing. Where I come from such a verbal attack would definately provoke an immediate violent reaction resulting in bruised knuckles and broken noses.

God Bless You Michelle Malkin. Your friends out here know you because of the content of your Character and not the color of your skin…which is sexy as “aw gitout” by the way. ;)
Dude, I hate to break it to, but no matter how much you kiss her ass, she's not going to fuck you.

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