Anyone who knows Ronnie Dio, knows he was the boss.
Unparalleled, unrivaled… yet as gracious as they come, and a true gentleman.
Dio takes it back to when rock was pure.
With his passing, he takes the decades with him. The end of an era if you will.
The horns he is famous for that…..
If anyone thinks we’re going to worry about the energy we’re using when we turn on the blow dryer while BP and friends annihilate our seas, they’re on another planet. And the LAST corporate media giants we’ll be taking instruction from are war profiteers like GE that keep dissent at bay with ownership of MSNBC, CNBC, CNBC World (Arabia, India, Asia, Europe), NBC, Bravo, USA, Telemundo, Mun 2, Sci-Fi, Oxygen, A&E, the History Channel, Military History Channel, Universal Films, Tribeca Films, iVillage, hulu.com…their partnership with Microsoft, and having nearly 100 nuclear reactors in 11 countries that all have a fatal flaw which would seep directly into the atmosphere if anything went wrong. GE-EEE! when has anything like THAT ever happened?!
GE Home Appliance Energy Use http://www.ge.com/visualization/appliances_energyuse/index.html
They’ve got to be kidding with that.
Oh, and… we won’t be running to buy Priuses to save the planet by slamming into a tree anytime soon either.
OK let’s make nice, here are…..
Valerie Solanas was one of the most infamous and controversial American feminists out there. Clearly she was part disturbed and part genius, but so are most people who think. However, this level of disturbance either makes you reeeeeeally funny, or veeeery dangerous with illegal weaponry.
The first time I read SCUM, it took about 2 or 3 hours to get through and I hated the end so much I wanted to fling it at the wall. Up to that point I was howling with laughter that filled the house with each turn of the page. Not that she intended to be comical. Who knows.
Does this make me as out there as the woman who shot Andy Warhol? Well yes, but every woman should read this book anyway. It’s one of the few I keep on the book shelf. I’ve read too many to keep in the house so I just give them away after I’m done, but there are a few I keep around because I know I will be referring to them again.
If you are a hostile anti-feminist, this book will prove you right, don’t do it to yourself. She promotes an all female society, which if you have known us for more than five minutes, you know we think is ridiculous. All the same, this book is a damn fun party and we like to shekidup around here.
If you are going to commit to reading it, do your eyes a favor and print it out instead of reading it on the computer screen.
Here is the full text:
Life in this society being, at best, an utter bore and no aspect of society being at all relevant to women, there remains to civic-minded, responsible, thrill-seeking females only to overthrow the government, eliminate the money system, institute complete automation and destroy the male sex.
Stop the presses, ”women’s” orgs suddenly care about women in the political spotlight and don’t want you or anyone to ask if Kagan, Obama’s nominee for the Supreme Court, is gay. And they’re screaming sexism and invoking Clinton and Palin if you do.
First off, it’s not sexist to want to know if a public official is gay. What a bizarro concoction. Second, I couldn’t care less if Kagan is gay, or anything else about this absurd media show. These tokens do not speak for regular every day people. That said, I find it hilarious that all of a sudden women’s orgs care about how people are treating women politically. Of course it’s only when it’s women they like that they give a shit about “sexism.” These orgs and feminists didn’t open their traps once to mutter two words about the public lashing Clinton was getting, and encouraged everyone, women and so-called feminists alike to hurl sexism and misogyny at Palin. As first lady, Michelle can blip herself on and off the radar before they really lay into her, and…
Individual stats like Facebook passing the 400 million user mark, Twitter hitting 50 million tweets per day, and YouTube viewers watching 1 billion videos per day are impressive on their own, but what if we looked at Internet-related stats collectively? Jesse Thomas did just that in his video State of the Internet.