Wednesday, May 18, 2005

thanks. somehow, from the options provided, this one clicked better than oversized primitive pink flowers and smiley head shots. I was getting tired of the black background and it seemed to fit the war smoke of the election more than these blank days of mr. lame duck.

not that he wasnt always lame. or a quack in the truest sense of the word.

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

Digging the new layout and title...truly captures our circumstances.

It's getting to the point where a place of employment isn't just about work...its the source that dictates a way of life.

Not without a lawsuit here, friends and neighbors.

When I leave work, what I do within the bounds of the law is my bid-ness.
It does seem the ACLU and other parties are AWOL on this

Let's take a local example:

The blogger, an SMU adjunct, was not offered a new contract soon after it was discovered that she was the author of this electronic opine. Then, administration says that there's no connection between her blog and her dismissal.

Yea. OK.

Would I have done it the same way? Likely not, but freedom of speech seems to be takin a hit here...and I don't mean that in the good way.

We need to be gettin a little worried here, folks.

Sunday, May 15, 2005

such a slanted slippery path. where are the fucking watch dogs? where is the ACLU in this?

how can corporations get away with prohibiting people from engaging in a lawful activity when they're not at work????? you cant might cost us can that possibly be lawful????

what's next? if you dont exercise 30 minutes a day and eat five servings of fruits and veggies, we'll have you terminate you. if you exceed 4% bodyfat based on daily testing, we'll have to let you go. if youre losing your hair, that will conflict with our public image of youth and vitality and, obviously, we'll have to part ways. how how how how how ? ? ? ? ?

this corporate america nazism is coming on way too fast.
I would guess these guys are hip deep in shit, but mainstream media has no heart to shovel it into our living rooms. even with bush's numbers going down and constant controversy in iraq as eye witnesses continually give their reality tv tales of various bushian fuck ups.

no doubt there'll be plenty o reports after these guys have cleaned out their desks and shred whatever papers that, if sought and found, could have been used against them...emerging stories will be told matter of factly by those who saw it all happen and looked away at best...nightly reports accepted as mere fables of the corruption of power...all accepted as "who knew?" by the general population...all accepted as the greed and short-sightedness of a few individuals, not the profound lack of integrity and absolute negligence of public service we know these monsters to be from bottom to top, all the way up to the puppet masters at G.E., Exxon, I.B.M., Disney, Chase, the mighty right who's might makes right without regard for anyone or anything below their bottom line.

without question, their golf clubs are more important than their customers. not the pie charts and projections and surveys of the tastes and trends of their customers' money...not the money that buys the new set of clubs twice a year, but the people themselves, the replaceable customers from one generation to the next. people are grain to be ground in the mill of america, nothing but the chaff left in the wake of stripped funding, the true product of the mill.

not the product or productivity...just the money...the profit margin...the real american dream, already known to at least 49% of us as the great american nightmare.

Tuesday, May 10, 2005

I'm kinda surprised that georgie has turned into the teflon king as of late.
I'm thinking that the next big repub-barrassment is gonna come from his inner circle...
John Bolt-on or Tom De-laid would be my guesses.
Both of these pillars of the community embody the traits of bushism that I despise most....bullyism and above-the-lawness.
They gotta go...both of em.
And bushy's backing of these neanderthals gives alot of insight into his vision for our future.
Its not to early to start preparing for Nov. 08.
Not too early at all.

Monday, May 09, 2005

I havent seen one of those yet, but I hope to soon.

I was toying with mine to make it look a bit stealthier though nothing solid yet.

we need another bush embarrassment soon. I wonder where it'll come from...?

it cant be too far away.
For some reason, I took a long look at one of those "W" stickers this weekend.
It read,
"W The Asshole". Made my weekend.
From a distance, it looked exactly like the other ones.
I'm gonna be looking more closely at those now.