Archive for September, 2010

Cuneum Formate! Porro!

Posted in 2010 Election on September 19th, 2010

The primaries for the 2010 Congressional Mid-Term Elections are over and included some results within the Republican primaries that many are describing as upsets such as Christine O’Donnell’s primary victory in Delaware. Yet, upsets or not, these are the candidates we, the People have chosen to array against the Liberals in these elections.

The primaries are a proper time for internecine struggle but those times are now past, their issues decided. It is time now for we, the People to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with our brothers and sisters in arms and present a united front to America’s enemies. We must move and fight as one if we are to be victorious.

Cuneum Formate! Porro!
Cuneum Formate! Porro!

In the words of many, many centurions of days gone by, “Cuneum Formate! Porro!” These are the ancient commands of the Roman Legion that meant to form a wedge formation and attack the enemy.

Related Reading:

Heartbreak Hotel: An Alex Delaware Novel
Rome (Oxford Archaeological Guides)
Republican Like Me: How I Left the Liberal Bubble and Learned to Love the Right
You Can't Spell America Without Me: The Really Tremendous Inside Story of My Fantastic First Year as President Donald J. Trump (A So-Called Parody)
A Primary Decision: A Novel (The Worthington Destiny)

Dungeon Master Girls

Posted in Humor, Music, Society on September 16th, 2010

Gamers, as in the D&D sort, aren’t like they used to be. The advent of Live Action Role Playing (LARP) changed everything, especially the gender mix and the overall aesthetics. 😉

Dungeon Master Girls – They’ll Melt Your Polyhedrons

Perhaps the most disturbing part of this is the fact that Emily Morris’ and Mike Damanskis’ parody is actually less surreal and bizarre than the actual video for Katy Perry’s California Girls.

Related Reading:

Katy Perry (Young Reader’s Library of Pop Biographies) (Volume 5)
Humor: A Reader for Writers
How To Make It in the New Music Business: Practical Tips on Building a Loyal Following and Making a Living as a Musician
Music (Dk Smithsonian)
Katy Perry (Big Buddy Pop Biographies)

Why Civil Rights?

Posted in Politics, Society on September 14th, 2010

Some Sort of Protest Using The Trappings Of The Civil Rights MovementHave you ever wondered why the Liberals couch each and every one of their arguments and demands as a Civil Rights issue irrespective of the specifics of their agenda of the moment?

The answer to that is simple; the Civil Rights Movement and resultant changes to America was the Liberals’ one great victory over the perceived will of the majority of Americans.

Given that fact, it makes logical sense that the Liberals would claim everything and anything that flies in the face of the will, beliefs, and sensibilities of the American people was a civil rights issue.

So why Civil Rights? Because it’s the only argument that they have that they think might work to force their agenda upon we, the People.

Related Reading:

Big Little Lies
America: The Cookbook
America: The Essential Learning Edition (Vol. One-Volume)
Neither Liberal nor Conservative: Ideological Innocence in the American Public (Chicago Studies in American Politics)
The Once and Future Liberal: After Identity Politics