• Drunk_by_Noon

    I think we need to start practicing the concept of “letting them burn” rather than trying to inject some sanity of consistency into their movement.
    Mock them sure, but never cut them a break.
    Their whole side is ridiculous!

    • I agree, Boing Boing are Gay.

    • AmicusC

      Rorschach’s quote is all the answer we should give them. Watchman not the Dr.

      • Eric T In Tennessee

        Which of Rorschach’s quotes from “Watchmen” do you mean, Amicus?

        • I always wanted to take a rorschach test. They look like fun.

          • Eric T In Tennessee

            I always used to say the wrong things describing what I saw in the pictures to mess with ’em…

        • AmicusC

          Maybe I meant soliloquy at the beginning the politicians and whores will look up and scream save us and I’ll look down and whisper no

          • Eric T In Tennessee

            That’s an AWESOME soliloquy, too! That’s the narrative which caught my eye when the comic first came out & I was immediately hooked.

            Plus, Jackie Earle Haley’s narration & protrayal was, to me, SPOT ON in that flick!

        • FactsWillOut

          My fav was:
          You don’t seem to get it. I’m not stuck in here with you. It’s you who are stuck in here with ME!”

    • Frau Katze

      That pic is funny though.

  • AmicusC

    What’s offensive? The left should be calling that thing a dog and proposing peta pay for canine reassignment surgery. It’s no crazier or more offensive then the mutilation fetishists wanting to chop up their genitals.

    • They don’t get that.

    • Justin St.Denis

      To be precise, they don’t actually “chop them off” so much as mutilate and reshape them surgically into the opposite of what they actually are. It is my understanding that very little residual biological tissue waste is created by such procedures.

      I do hope that was too much information. It was for me when I got it. 😉

  • Frances

    Ask any cat vet: they know cats like that. Except that cats can identify as a German Shepherd and still be full of catitude.

    • Frau Katze

      “Catitude.” Great word!

    • Justin St.Denis

      We are in the process of “seducing” two feral cats. We are 85% “there”. From a few feet away, the dary grey one actually looks like a Lynx, especially when she is in “hunting mode”. Otherwise, her catitude predominates. She’s huge on paw-grooming and sunning her furry belly. Chewing cat grass is super popular, getting ripped on catnip is among her favourite things. Her brother thinks he is a small dog and spends his day chasing everything else but his female companion out of our yard. He also sleeps by the back door beside a bowl of water. I’ve NEVER a heard him make a cat-like sound. He may be “mute” as my wife believes, but he has very little catitude. Oh, and they are INSEPARABLE! And soon, they will be OURS and living in a super special playground I prepared in our basement to help in their “adjustment” to “the good life” of running me and my wife like personal servants. Now, THAT is CATITUDE!

  • Petey

    I’m proud to say that I’ve been banned twice from boIngboing. Simply for stating a wrong opinion. Not trolling, of course that’s what I was accused of.

    • Frau Katze

      I never go there….the name sounds familiar though.

  • moraywatson

    “All comedy is conservative.” True. Because comedy requires honesty to reconcile two previously unconnected thoughts.

  • Justin St.Denis

    The best comics seem to end up as social conservative analysts. Google “evan sayet kindergarten of evil” and hold on to your hat! Sayet, who is an incredibly accomplished comedian, will blow your lights out with his Unified Field Theory of Liberalism. Know how hearing the real “truth” makes your entire body shake a little like in a spasm? You will spend 51 minutes in THRALL to Sayet’s insights. Please, please, please do yourselves a favour, take the time and DO this.

    The Kindergarden of Evil is also a book available from Amazon.com
    I have it and was unable to put it down. When I finished it, I ordered a dozen copies for friends. You might find yourself doing the same thing.