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Thursday, April 12, 2007

10 Commandments Of The Extreme Left

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TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE EXTREME LEFT


1. Thou shalt worship Fidel Castro

2. Thou shalt not eat flesh, especially veal or foie gras

3. Thou shalt not wear leather, unless it is in the form of Birkenstocks

4. Thou shalt take public transportation, or, if that is not available, drive a Prius

5. Thou shalt believe wholeheartedly the hysteria about global warming

6. Thou shalt believe that every other culture is superior to the US and that the US is the cause of all evil in the world

7. Thou shalt recycle

8. Thou shalt not smoke, unless it be marijuana

9. Thou shalt replace all incandescent lightbulbs with the spirally expensive kind

10. Thou shall eat only organic


Oh hell, yeah.

And don't forget to read the Peta'ran, and the Amnestorah.

ADDENDUM: I hate myself. I had to be born Fair and Balanced.

10 Commandments of The Right-Wing

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19 Comments:

  • 3. Thou shalt not wear leather, unless it is in the form of Birkenstocks
    IIRC, leftists are allowed to wear leather if the participate in the appropriate alternative lifestyle (read s&m), or at least that was true when I lived in Portland, OR, and the Oregon Guild Alliance of Sado-Masochism (ORGASM) was running around endorsing candidates ;-)

    FWIW, This was NOT a gay organization by any means,although definitely "gay-friendly." Although not personally a participant in this particular lifestyle, I do know that a very significant number of the leading so-called "human rights" campaigners lead a leather lifestyle. NTTIAWWT, just saying. Anyway, its all TMI! ;-)

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 01:36:00 am GMT-4  

  • IIRC, leftists are allowed to wear leather if the participate in the appropriate alternative lifestyle (read s&m),

    Oh yeah, I never thought of that.

    But surely the black latex is what Alec Baldwin et. al. would insist on, anyway? ;)

    or at least that was true when I lived in Portland, OR, and the Oregon Guild Alliance of Sado-Masochism (ORGASM) was running around endorsing candidates ;-)

    LOL! ORGASM...oh brother, doesn't that say it all about PDX.

    I'm sure they practically crowned Mayor Vera Katz, never mind endorsed...

    FWIW, This was NOT a gay organization by any means,although definitely "gay-friendly."

    Brazilians have an acronym that includes the concept of 'gay-friendly'.

    GLS

    Gays, Lesbicas e Simpatisantes

    (Gays, Lesbians and Sympathisers)

    Although not personally a participant in this particular lifestyle, I do know that a very significant number of the leading so-called "human rights" campaigners lead a leather lifestyle. NTTIAWWT, just saying. Anyway, its all TMI! ;-)

    Hey, I ain't no Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm you know.

    Despite my churchy blogposts. ;)

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Thu Apr 12, 02:11:00 am GMT-4  

  • Hey, I ain't no Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm you know.

    You aren't? I am so disappointed, because I was planning to convert you to the dark side, once I had approval from ORGASM HQ. (ROFL - I just can't keep a straight face when I think of that name!).

    Oh well, back to finding the best price on GE Reveal lightbulbs - I am stocking up before the worldwide ban on incandescents is enacted, thereby saving the entire world .000000000009% on energy bills.

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 02:18:00 am GMT-4  

  • BTW, for once, I am not trolling for visitors today as there is nothing new up at my website, although there may be some day soon, when I have time - probably a long-overdue update on my mom, who is doing well, but whose progress is measured in millimeters.

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 02:21:00 am GMT-4  

  • Ok - you mentioned Brazil, and I thought of that blog, Made in Brazil, so I wandered over there and ran across this news note:

    I am not one for faking it, but underwear label Mash released a line of undies with padding either in the front pouch or back area. I am just not sure if the product is necessary in Brazil.

    LOL!

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 02:23:00 am GMT-4  

  • You aren't? I am so disappointed, because I was planning to convert you to the dark side, once I had approval from ORGASM HQ. (ROFL - I just can't keep a straight face when I think of that name!).

    I like it a heck of a lot more than NAMBLA...

    Oh well, back to finding the best price on GE Reveal lightbulbs - I am stocking up before the worldwide ban on incandescents is enacted, thereby saving the entire world .000000000009% on energy bills.

    Reveal! I almost bought those the other day...what do they, erm, do EXACTLY?

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Thu Apr 12, 02:30:00 am GMT-4  

  • BTW, for once, I am not trolling for visitors today as there is nothing new up at my website, although there may be some day soon, when I have time - probably a long-overdue update on my mom, who is doing well, but whose progress is measured in millimeters.

    Oh my dear boy, thank God. I didn't know. Please accept my loving hopes for your mother's healthy progress!

    And please consider yourself at home in my blog, where you can link to your blog a dozen times a day if you want. :)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Thu Apr 12, 02:32:00 am GMT-4  

  • I like the guy who runs Made In Brazil. He's not stuffy, and self-important, unlike so many other gay-centric blogs.

    But then, he wouldn't be. Few Brazilians are.

    Mesh...hehe.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Thu Apr 12, 02:32:00 am GMT-4  

  • Buy one and find out! :-) They filter some of the yellow out and have, IMHO, a cleaner light (which means it is probably "bluer" since I tend to prefer that type of light.) I really like the difference but hate the price.

    Of course, the reality is that within a few years the incandescent/fluorescent debate will be rendered moot by LED's.

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 02:35:00 am GMT-4  

  • On a slight tangent, Vic, what do you make of the Cunard book?

    By Blogger JSU, at Thu Apr 12, 02:42:00 am GMT-4  

  • I was planning to convert you to the dark side

    There is only one dark side here, IR, and that's me. You so do not want to disappoint me with your lack of faith.

    Besides, I suspect that Mistress Victoria is quite the little leather lynx...

    By Blogger I R A Darth Aggie, at Thu Apr 12, 09:18:00 am GMT-4  

  • I'm joining jsu in asking, "How was that book?" Vics!

    i r a darth aggie: I'm not quite sure you have the monopoly on the dark side around here, especially when kullrad is using the Chinese character for death as his avatar! Be that as it may, all of us lowly peons do live in fear of your wrath should we disappoint you! ;-)

    As for our hostess, perhaps as dress-up for Halloween, but somehow I don't see her as a Bloomingdale-type of gal. (Wonder how many of you are too young to get that reference - LOL!)

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Thu Apr 12, 09:45:00 am GMT-4  

  • Funny list!

    I also read the Republican list. Nukmber ten was, as usual, fiction (how many recounts does it take to accept a loss?).

    By Blogger benning, at Thu Apr 12, 03:55:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Should incandescent bulbs ever be banned, I foresee an era of smuggling and bulb-running.

    Let's not forget some good things about incandescents:
    --They produce some heat (good during cold winters).
    --Can be used outside, unlike standard CFLs.
    --Can be used on a dimmer switch.
    --Hot bulbs can fry some insects*.

    *The acrid smell of a fly or moth getting roasted brings back many happy memories for me. Mostly memories of disgusting insects dying, but I hate insects anyway.

    By Blogger Alcibiades, at Thu Apr 12, 05:16:00 pm GMT-4  

  • Buy one and find out! :-) They filter some of the yellow out and have, IMHO, a cleaner light (which means it is probably "bluer" since I tend to prefer that type of light.) I really like the difference but hate the price.

    Of course, the reality is that within a few years the incandescent/fluorescent debate will be rendered moot by LED's.


    You know, after reading the comments below, and Class-Factotum's listing of it, I had NO idea this was such a hot-button issue these days.

    And for the record, I like the yellow versus the blue glow, so we'll see.

    I'll buy one just to compare though. ;)

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Fri Apr 13, 02:08:00 am GMT-4  

  • Haven't read it yet, JSU/Internet Ronin.

    But I have read past bios on her (and her era), so I know of her very well.

    Why, have you read it? If so, what did you think of it/her life?

    Like the future Duke of Windsor, she had a black lover, you know.

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Fri Apr 13, 02:10:00 am GMT-4  

  • *The acrid smell of a fly or moth getting roasted brings back many happy memories for me. Mostly memories of disgusting insects dying, but I hate insects anyway.

    Oh God, me too. Especially the 8-legged varieties...

    Cheers,
    Victoria

    By Blogger vbspurs, at Fri Apr 13, 02:11:00 am GMT-4  

  • Vic, I haven't read the book, just this review.

    I got the sense that she was a very interesting woman who ended up doing the devil's work. But I wonder, was her politics driven by sexual interest or vice versa? (Well, it could be neither on the whole, but surely one more than the other.)

    By Blogger JSU, at Fri Apr 13, 10:30:00 am GMT-4  

  • The future Duke of Windsor? Who is that?

    By Blogger Internet Ronin, at Fri Apr 13, 02:39:00 pm GMT-4  

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