Random Thoughts: Abortion, Whining, and Cosby

Posted on January 23, 2014 9:21 am

Many dismiss abortion as a social issue, but at what point a person has rights and deserves protection is central to any theory of government.

Whether you think abortion should be legal or not, there’s something wrong with you if you’re not fundamentally horrified by it.

I’m glad we’re getting onto the issue of income inequality because obviously the problem with our economy has been not enough whining.

Killer whales murdering people sounds dog bites man to me. Wake me when hugger whales start murdering.

I remember a decades old Mad Magazine article joking that NBC stands for “Needs Bill Cosby.”

I certainly wouldn’t mind a modern sitcom we can actually watch with the kids in the room.

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8 Responses to “Random Thoughts: Abortion, Whining, and Cosby”

  1. Oppo says:

    Not a Random Thought, but here’s a Random News Snippet I thought might amuse someone as much as it did me:

    Hopping Mad: South African Ministers Furious To Discover Sculptors Who Created Nelson Mandela Memorial Included a RABBIT Inside His Ear
    The Daily Mail Online | January 22, 2014

    A 30ft sculpture of Nelson Mandela has angered South African officials as the sculptors left a ‘signature’ on the artwork – a sculpted rabbit tucked inside one of the bronze ears. The bronze memorial, which was unveiled outside the government complex in Pretoria, after Mandela’s funeral on December 16, is billed as the largest statue of the South African leader in the world. Officials demand that the miniature rabbit is to be removed from the statue, claiming it mocks Mandela and his life’s work.

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    If that rabbit impedes his hearing, I’ve got JUST the sign language interpreter for him.

  2. Iowa Jim says:

    I certainly wouldn’t mind a modern sitcom we can actually watch with the kids in the room.

    In the words of John Prine:

    Blow up your TV.
    Throw away your paper.
    Go to the country.
    Build you a home.
    Plant a little garden.
    Eat a lot of peaches.
    Try and find Jesus on your own.

  3. silaS marreD says:

    I don’t trust modern sitcoms at all anymore. NBC executives probably asked Cosby to star in a show about a crack-addicted gangsta rapper trying juggle his 12 baby-mommas and keeping his kids out of jail.

  4. AT says:

    I’m glad we’re getting onto the issue of income inequality because obviously the problem with our economy has been not enough whining.

    I vaguely recall a youtube video awhile back where this guy walked by a sidewalk trash can and saw litter on the ground. He stopped and pointed it out and lamented how awful littering is and complained about what an awful person the litterbug must be. As he whined about it, more and more people stopped to see what the fuss was about, and joined in on the whining – all of them just staring at the litter on the ground doing absolutely nothing about it. Finally, some guy walks by, scoops it up and tosses it in the trash. And the whiners just stand there dumbfounded, uncertain of what to say next.

    I guess the point of my rambling is that when I hear people whining but not doing anything meaningful or productive, I just want to hit them with a pipe wrench.

  5. AT says:

    Though, come to think of it, the trash example is probably a bad one – because if an ordinary person picks up trash, the sanitation union would go apesh*t.

  6. zzyzx says:

    @4 Another thing to consider is the fact that, the only time liberals are truly happy is when they have something to whine about. Take away their reason to whine and you take away their reason to live.

  7. Basil says:

    zzyzx:
    Hmmm…

  8. arik says:

    I certainly wouldn’t mind a modern sitcom we can actually watch with the kids in the room,

    Or you could do what my wife, Ndnd, does: Just let the little buggers watch whatever they want, regarless of content.

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