Tag Archives: Phyllis Schlafly

A collection of everything else on the internet not about the royal wedding

29 Apr

Okay, I promise you that there is literally nothing else in my Google Reader today other than news about you-know-what. Sadly, I cannot even pretend to care. I don’t hate on people who do care, but I don’t have the fever.

And no, it’s not a legitimate fight to get into about whether caring makes you less of a feminist or not because in the scale of things that determine a feminist identity, this is a disappearing asymptote that becomes zero. It is a one-time event with importance that will eventually also equal zero in the lives of everyone else, where effective zero is reached sometime mid-next week.

So meanwhile here are some totally idiotic things I found floating around in the marginalia of today’s dumb internet leftovers.

Here is this one, for absolutely no reason at all. Were you having trouble puking up the toilet bowl cleaner you accidentally swallowed this morning?

Did you know what Phyllis Schlafly looks like? Her missing eyeballs allow you to gaze into the empty abyss of her dark soul.

Have you heard about this? No one will debate Sarah Palin about issues, so she is just going to have to debate her offspring for attention. The National Enquirer is reporting some pointless alleged arguments¬† with Bristol over her daughter’s new support for gay marriage. Wrong culture war issue, Sarah! Pick something more popular and scary like death panels and put Bristol on the “kill controlling Grandma” side.

And then lastly, here we have an American Apparel ad. I saw this on Salon.com today. I guess they need the money! Pro-slaveholding founder Dov Charney is being sued again for emailing nude photos of AA models to news outlets in an act of revenge because he’s a fucking idiot whose lawyer must also be an idiot. I wonder when American Apparel is going to realize their ad campaigns just look like this in the minds of female viewers:

It’s Thursday, let’s see what Phyllis Schlafly is up to

3 Feb

Every once in a while it’s fun to check in with Phyllis Schlafly, America’s Last Crusader against the Violence Against Women Act.

Every year, right before the Super Bowl, she likes to remind us that VAWA is just a cover for sending wads of cash into the hands of radical feminists, who secretly plot to break up families and put more people on welfare rolls, moving us another step toward the feminist utopia of total social breakdown.

Taxpayers’ funds are used to lobby for feminist legislation, to train law enforcement and judicial personnel in feminist ideology and in the aggressive enforcement of feminist laws, and to break up families instead of giving them pro-family and anti-substance-abuse counseling.

The VAWA appropriation is only the start of its high cost to taxpayers and society. When marriages are broken by false allegations of domestic violence, U.S. taxpayers fork up an estimated $20 billion a year to support the resulting single-parent, welfare-dependent families.

Here is an important point! People who lie – LIE – about their spouses beating the shit out of them are being allowed to get divorced!

The somewhat-important corollary question of, who the fuck would ever want to stay married to someone who lied about that, is perhaps a mystery that Phyllis would like us to solve on our own while we pray for the souls of feminists.