I am really cranky today. There's been a lot of drama around here recently and I'm fed up. I don't even wanna' watch cable television because there's just more bullshit drama. I swear by the great noodly appendage that if I see one more politician grab-assin' and spewing meaningless bullshit, I'm going to unplug my cable box and go back to bunny ears. BBCAM News is the only thing vaguely tolerable right now.
So...when I'm feeling cranky, I cruise the net for pictures. NO! Not porn. Just "wtf?" pictures.
<----This one scared the bejeezus out of me.
Apparently, some modern artist decided to honor his mother, a weaver, on the grounds of the Tate Modern Art Museum. You Brits are twisted, mo fo's! Holy crap. If I exited a subway station and saw that, I'd die. No. Seriously. Just right there. I'd die.
Who the hell wakes up and thinks, "You know. I love my mom. So, in her honor, I'm going to erect a nine meter tall spider."??
Then there was this one... love it.
Love it even more because it came with the following article: Christianity has an image issues. In a grandiose display of "state the obvious", the article says that more than a third of non-believers had a "bad impression" of present day Christianity. *snort* I'm surprised it was frickin' that low!! And, I'm sorry, but you can dress Christ up in a pair of Levi's, give him a rippling six pack of abs, and cut his girly-ass hair... I'm still not buying it.
. "Nine out of ten outsiders found Christians too "anti-homosexual," and nearly as many perceived it as "hypocritical" and "judgmental." Seventy-five percent found it "too involved in politics."" - No shit. Really? *obvious*
Hell, I'm not even near Bush and he makes me want to cry. Poor kid. He's probably just learned that Georgie, Boy King, will gladly fund his enlistment, training, and subsequent death, but won't pay for his $20 immunizations.
And...while we're on the topic - what kind of parent gives their baby to the Bush? Heck. The kid's not even wearing a flack jacket and you know Cheney's around there somewhere.
Interestingly, that's the same face he made when someone told him that there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq.
Ok. I'll go bitch somewhere else now.