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Kinyodas Gazette

July 18, 2009

I knew it.

Posted by Spicolli at 9:18 PM

March 19, 2009

Weird Wisconsin

I was sent this article recently: (Click Here) Apparently, Wisconsin is a state that harbors war criminals, or nazi terrorists, if you will. This former Concentration Camp guard was hiding out in Racine since 1964. He, by his own admission, had orders to shoot any surviving Jews who attempted to escape an SS massacre, including women and children. Why can't Wisconsin be more like Louisiana? We don't hide our criminals.. they don't blend in with the suburban polulace... instead, we elect them to congress, and let Washington sort them out... all in plain view!

Posted by Reese at 12:59 PM

March 18, 2009

Today's Movies

They say that the movie industry has lost it's way. It appears that recycled old TV shows, remakes of old movies, or just tired old and/or uninspired movie ideas have been more of what's the norm than not. I was joking the other day, after watching "The Reader", that it seemed a mix between "Shindler's List" and "The Graduate" (or as it's porn-movie equivalent will be called, "Shindler's Lust", which would be a title that the Jewish community may call blasphemous!). Also, I thought I wanted to see The Curious Case of Benjamin Buttons, being that it had a lot of oscar buzz and had a screenplay written by Eric Roth, the same guy responsible for Forrest Gump... then I saw this: "The Curious Case of Forrest Gump", and now I find myself feeling unexcited about what would be a new experience in entertainment. Oh well.

Posted by Reese at 11:40 AM

Take off the tin foil, they can get through it.

Posted by Spicolli at 2:58 AM

March 14, 2009

Sort of like this:

Posted by Spicolli at 5:57 PM

March 6, 2009

F*&#$ You!

Posted by Spicolli at 9:01 PM

February 27, 2009

Lewis Black: On Wisconsin

Posted by Spicolli at 9:21 PM

February 25, 2009

Louis C.K. on Technology

This is kinda how I feel somedays on the Brian Show.

Posted by Spicolli at 1:02 AM

February 10, 2009


Say what you want about Michale Moore, but his movie Sicko is done pretty well. Truth be told, even taken with a grain of salt, the compelling argument for universal healthcare is a hard one to counter... we already have public tax money pay for socialized servies you may be familiar with, such as police departments, fire department (whether you ever need them or not), public schools (whether you ever have kids to use them or not), bridge & road construction projects (whether you drive or not), among countless other not-so popular ones like welfare. Everyone needs healthcare, unless by some chance you've got amazing immunity and good physical fortune. Doctors could focus on the patient, and not have to choose between what's best for them and not what can be afforded by them. The biggest resistance would probably come from the insurance companies, who will basically be out of business. Of course, their lobbiest could never support something that may just be best for everyone. At my job, they pay for our healthcare through Blue Cross / Blue Shield of Louisiana... that money could easily be put into my paycheck for the extra taxes that may be put in for universal healthcare... no change for me.. and none for most americans who already have insurance, i'd think. Maybe the top 1% would pay more... who knows.. the needs of the many usually outweigh the needs of the few, as long as it's logically fair. Besides, how can we call ourselves the greatest country in the world, when other countries (like Canada, England, France) have citizens who are living longer, healthier, and possible happier lives?

Posted by Reese at 10:43 AM

WTF!? Illegal Immigrants losing work? Boo Fucking Hoo!

A described in this award winning journalism, many Illegal Immigrants are not getting as much work and are contemplating going home. I guess there's a silver lining to every depression! I'm pretty liberal on many issues, but I can't wrap my logical mind around why this one isn't ever dealt with properly. Does CNN really expect me to feel sorry for these people? If every single one of them was stopped (or shot, as most other countries would do to a foreign threat) at our "post-911-secure" border as they should be, there would be that many more jobs AVAILABLE for American citizens, whether they wanted to work them or not... so in hard times, as the media has told us repeatedly that we're in, hard-luck Americans would have the choice to swallow their pride and pick up a hammer or a new trade in order to survive. We should have first priority over every task where payment is to be had. Not to mention the non-taxpaying and gaping security risk involved with a sieve-like borderline. If we bordered Iran or if Mexico was a muslim nation, the budget over at INS would be overflowing.

Poor Pablo... couldn't find work, so he turned himself into INS, but they couldn't help him get home to Mexico and called him a cab instead. (Totally made that up, but how plausable does it sound? Scarily so!)

Posted by Reese at 10:24 AM

I'm just as much of a hero as Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger, because I do my job, too.

Has America fallen on such hard times that we parade a "hero" around like he's the second coming? He's tried to be humble about it, but Sully is still all over the news.. doing interviews.. going on tour. He got it right the first time when he said "I was just doing my job." True! He was not only performing skills and using training for his job, which he gets a paycheck for.. he was also doing one of those most primal of things that nature has given us... the will to survive. No miracle here. Chance can make a hero out of just about anyone. Some people choose the path more consciously. There are thousands and thousands of individuals who volounteer their personal time for charitable causes... no pay.. no glory... just good people trying to make a difference in the world. Let's hope things don't get to Sully's head, or you'll be hear him say things like, "Tom Cruise called and told me that *I* was the Top Gun and that he would be my wingman, anytime!"

On the Set: "Larry, I was simply just doing my job."
In Greenroom: "Jesus Christ! I said no red M&M's you fucking asshats!"

Posted by Reese at 9:17 AM