Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Another Reason Why Hollywood Elitism Sucks

by Kim D.

I don't know about you, but social media has killed my appreciation for Hollywood and the elites that dominate the entertainment industry. Example - I grew up loving Cher and her music but over the last couple of years, her moonbat tweets have demolished this appreciation and the ability to listen. What once made me hum and sing along now sounds like fingernails on a chalkboard. That's also the way I feel about what I watch on television and on the big screen.

Take, for instance, an idiotic tweet by Mark Ruffalo whose claim to Hollywood fame is starring as Bruce Banner, the Hulk.:

To be fair, Ruffalo isn't being original in his racism. He lazily copied the title of a petition that argues when Obama moved into the White House, Fox News didn't hire a bunch of black progressives so MSNBC should not hire white conservatives. According to the think tank of Credo Mobile,
I can see the bitch here but will cut MSNBC some slack for trying to be more "fair and balanced." As for Ruffalo and other Hollywood elites who mindlessly tweet progressive ideals I don't have much sympathy. The more they tweet the more I want to switch the channel.  I think congressional troll and parody Rep. Steven Smith said it best:

I'd go for that.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Righting on the Wall is Moving

By Ecklebob Chiselfritz

We are changing our url due to unwarranted and continuing harassment from the social justice warriors at the helm of Twitter.

They have targeted and labeled me, Kim and our blog as being unsafe to the general public.

We may be dangerous to their delicate Liberal Progressive sensibilities, but we are not unsafe.

Please visit us at our new location on the innerwebz  Righting on the Wall

4 Easy Steps to Writing Misleading and Highly Spun Columns

by Angela Durden

Memo to the newsroom: Sit and be a zombie

First they banned journalism from newsrooms in favor of advocacy (apparently). Now the York Daily Record’s publisher wants to ban profanity. Publisher Sara Glines doesn’t want to hear it, even when the computer system crashes on deadline. Her memo:

WTF? Is this sh** for real? Swear words have been tossed around newsrooms forever, but in this era they almost always come from women. (Hey Angela, a gang of longshoremen just came through on a tour; I think they were offended by your language. You kiss your boyfriend with that mouth?)

Anyway, that memo from January 2015 (I know it’s old, just saw it) wound up on the website of Jim Romenesko, who has covered newsroom doings for nearly as long as they have been declining. With it was a companion memo from Ms. Glines about the banning of Mountain Dew and Snickers bars from vending machines.

The twin memos inspired a string of comments, including this from Brian O’Connor of the Detroit News: 

A quick check of Ms. Glines’ career shows she is moving up the ladder, having just been appointed president and publisher of The News & Observer of Raleigh. She takes over today. Staffers there are advised stock up on candy bars. Soon there may be a black market.

Hot Damn! It's #Debate Night!

Sunday, September 25, 2016

Take Me Down To The Infirmary

By Ecklebob Chiselfritz

I pulled lower back muscles mowing the lawn yesterday.
Now a cold is trying to take hold and kick my ass.
I'm thinking about sticking a fork in the toaster to complete the trifecta.