Archive for March, 2013

Corporate Heroes

Posted in Society on March 30th, 2013

Crime fighting may be rewarding and, in the case of superheroes, it’s certainly glamorous in its way. It doesn’t, however, pay the bills. Hence, what would it be like if superheroes took endorsement contracts and had corporate sponsors?
 

Corporate Heroes

 
Of course, I can’t picture Bruce Wayne or Tony Stark being a celebrity spokespersons for McDonald’s or Nike respectively…unless they’d decided to diversify their holdings and buy those companies. 😉

And yes, I know. Galactus is a cosmic entity of nigh on unparalleled power who is beyond such petty concerns as wealth…or is that Bill Gates? I get them confused sometimes. 😆

Related Reading:

5-Minute Marvel Stories (5-Minute Stories)
Fan Art
Furiously Happy: A Funny Book About Horrible Things
How To Draw Comics The Marvel Way

The Statue Of Government

Posted in Humor, Politics on March 23rd, 2013

Michael Bloomberg is bent on making sweeping changes to NYC…for everyone’s own good, of course. The tyrannical piece of subhuman filth is definitely among the vermin who think of Americans as merely the nation’s populace and unfit and unable to govern their own affairs and lives.

Bloomberg: Liberty Is Much Too Dangerous
Liberty Is Much Too Dangerous

But we all must remember that Mayor Bloomberg is a benevolent philanthropist who seeks to protect us from ourselves. And there are so very many things that we choose that we have to be protected from: Trans fats, sugary drinks, loud music, the 2nd Amendment, … red dots.

Kill one, save millions
Bloomberg Has A Natural Fear Of Little Red Dots

Bloomberg should just remember that, since he believes he’s so much better and wiser than we, the People, nobody should ever even consider protection him, his wife Susan, or her two daughters that she claims are his, Emma and Georgina from anything, especially those little red dots. 😉

Related Reading:

Bloomberg Businessweek May 7, 2018 The Business of Equality
America: A Narrative History (Tenth Edition) (Vol. 2)
The Politics Book: Big Ideas Simply Explained
StreetSmart NYC Midtown Manhattan Map by VanDam -- Laminated pocket sized city street Map with all attractions, museums, Broadway theaters, hotels and subway map, 2018 Edition.
Fear City: New York's Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics

Unhappy Birthday

Posted in Politics on March 23rd, 2013

The misborn, bastard crotch-dropping of Obama and the coterie of Liberals wrongfully fouling America’s Congress, Obamacare, turned three today.

Obamacare Birthday
Happy Birthday, Obamacare!

Given that much of it still isn’t defined beyond broadly written laws and we’re already saddled with over 20,000 pages of new regulations, I’d say that this isn’t a happy birthday or anniversary for the American people.

Related Reading:

Tyranny
The Three Languages of Politics: Talking Across the Political Divides
The Contemporary Congress
Regulation: A Primer