Detroit Jobs Center

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on March 19th, 2015

Detroit Job Center
Oh Look! A Detroit Jobs Center

Yeah, Black self rule is working out so well for Detroit, isn’t it? I suppose it shouldn’t be surprising that Detroit, once a major center of American industry, now looks like any random urban center in Post-Colonial Africa.

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That’s A Mulligan!

Posted in Politics on March 17th, 2015

In general I like Jon McNaughton’s artwork. That being said, his latest patriotic work, Obama Foreign Policy, can best be described as a mulligan.

Obama Golfing In Destruction
Jon McNaughton’s Obama Foreign Policy

The problem was never, isn’t, and likely won’t ever be that the Duffer-in-Chief spends too much time on the links. The problems always arise when the boy puts his clubs away and actually gets involved in America’s politics and foreign policy.

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Coal Black

Posted in Movies, Society on March 14th, 2015

Here’s a cartoon that you’ve most likely never seen – Warner Brothers’ 1943 Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs.

Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs

The reason you’ve probably never heard of, much less seen, this cartoon is because it’s one of the Censored Eleven. It’s one of eleven Looney Tunes and Merrie Melodies cartoons which United Artists has banned from syndication or distribution since 1968.

Well, I say to enjoy the cartoon and, if it’s offensive to certain sorts, that’s just a bit of extra spice to the enjoyment.

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