Wednesday, August 12, 2015

While whiny twits are screaming 'War On Women!' here,

The price for Yazidi or Christian women between the age of 40 – 50 is $43 (£27)
$75 (48) for 30 to 40-year-olds
$86 (£55) for 20 to 30-year-olds
$130 (£83) for ten to 20-year-olds
$172 (£110) for one to nine-year-olds
Customers are allowed to purchase only three items with the exception of customers from Turkey, Syria and Gulf countries.
Dated and sealed by ISIS in Iraq October 16, 2014.
But not nearly as bad as being eye-raped while participating in a slutwalk, is it?

Speaking of whiny bitches, Madam Hoyt takes some on.  Using their own words in the matter.

Yeah, some tropical diseases are becoming a real problem.  Notice one thing not mentioned?  Like not a word about all the illegal aliens bringing bugs in?

Remember the mess in Waco with all the bikers?  Things seem to be finally moving a bit:
After three months of complaints, accusations, recusals and resets, a visiting judge Tuesday approved a revised examining trial schedule for 17 bikers arrested in the May 17 Twin Peaks shootout.

With only two of 177 bikers who were arrested on engaging in organized criminal activity charges remaining in the McLennan County Jail, and the McLennan County District Attorney’s Office releasing some of its evidence to defense attorneys, the scheduled examining trials don’t have the sense of urgency they once did.
I'd not heard the term 'examining trial' before.

Examining trials are rare in McLennan County and are set normally for those who remain in jail, have not been indicted and who challenge the sufficiency of evidence backing their arrests.

Primarily, the hearings are used by defense attorneys to get a look at the evidence against their clients.

We'll see what comes out of this.  And the multitude of lawsuits.

Panama has decided that allowing the commoners to own arms might not be that bad an idea after all.
As Panama deals with increases in crime rates, forged gun permits, and rising gang activity, the government is set to lift the ban on firearm imports, in an effort to promote personal safety.

Public Safety Minister Rodolfo Aguilera said the country will follow in the footsteps of the United States and Switzerland, where the right to bear arms is believed to lead to fewer homicides.
Same kind of people making the same kind of objections as here, no surprise.

Make the title "Trigger warnings and Victimhood are creating generations of Whiny Bitches." 

Ever find yourself thinking a lot of modern 'art' is crap and the 'artists' are con artists?  You're not alone.
Watching interviews with Emin, I get the sense she must know on some level the falsity of her position. She displays a kind of rictus in her face, a deadness around her eyes. It’s an expression commonly seen on those with guilty consciences and lots to hide, like Mafia capos, or Lois Lerner. For an artist that likes to proclaim on the supposedly intimate and honest nature of her productions, it’s a jarring incongruity. For those who understand there’s more to honesty than a boastful list of confessions and mind numbing self-absorption, Emin’s rigidly guarded demeanor comes as no surprise.

1 comment:

Gerry N. said...

"the country will follow in the footsteps of the United States and Switzerland, where the right to bear arms is believed to lead to fewer homicides."

Change "Is believed" to "has been proven" there, I fixed it for you. You're welcome.

Gerry N.