“The contraption was the size of two washing machines, weighed 648 pounds and had to be turned on its side to fit through doorways. It also occasionally caught on fire.”
Also 50? Dr. Martens
Here’s the tale of Scott Woltzen, who, during Marquette University’s run in the NCAA tournament, secured rights to sell “vintage” t-shirts with the university’s old Native American “Warriors” logo. Here’s a line from his heroic story that pretty much sums it up:
“Woltzen, a basketball agent and international sports tours coordinator who operates World Basketball Opportunities from his Port Washington home, spearheaded the effort for several alumni-athlete friends who prefer to stay in the background.” (Bolding, mine)
Wow, they seem so proud. Also, after a whole florrid explanation of how, as a kid, Scott was such a fan of the Marquette program comes this wobder “real team fan” quote:
“I’m a Marquette Warriors fan, not a Marquette Golden Eagles fan.”
Does that mean Scott can go exist in the past?
Earlier: Red Skin Cheer
Ever wonder what an Islamic website reads like but don’t speak anything other than English? Thanks to the arrest of the Michigan “Christian” militia, you’ve got the chance.
Here is a post on conservative blog Say Anything that is a true bizarro world argument about religious persecution.
“And as for the FBI and the JTTF, are they investigating the Muslim camps around the country where firearms and paramilitary training are known to be going on? Are they doing so with the same energy and resources that they obviously have devoted to the investigation of this Christian militia? If not, why not? If the allegations against this group are true, they richly deserve to be raided and arrested and shut down. But there have been allegations made against Islamic compounds in the U.S. that are quite similar, and nothing has been done. Why is that?”
It really is a spectacular rant of paranoid victimhood.
Finally, the meme makes its way north. Tremendous!
Hey, all-GOP Ohio Supreme Court, AMUSE ME!
“Allen gave birth over five months prior to her termination from [Isotoner]. Pregnant [women] who give birth and choose not to breastfeed or pump their breasts do not continue to lactate for five months. Thus, Allen’s condition of lactating was not a condition relating to pregnancy but rather a condition related to breastfeeding. Breastfeeding discrimination does not constitute gender discrimination.”
Kind of like how Ohio and good sense are unconnected. But holy shit does this country ever hate pregnant women. Wow.
Even as a kid I remember thinking, “Holy shit, look at that Uzi!”