Sunday, July 26, 2009

Pat Buchanan needs to learn his internet memes

Pat Buchanan wrote an article titled "Is Obamania Over?" You could go and read it, or you could just look at this:
This is a graphic Pat Buchanan made to represent the sugar-coated, wonderful hopes for the Obama administration.

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Ahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Come on Pedobear, isn't Barack a little too old for you?

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41 comments:

  1. Haha. Oh wow. You're kidding, right?

    Oh wow.

    I'm saving that one, too. That's just beautiful.

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  2. That's hilarious. Pedobear....and Obama. Wow.


    Wow.

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  3. Caption: Obama signs onto the LGBT rights movement.

    Hm, Firefox doesn't recognize the word Obama. Sad.

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  4. Perhaps they're trying to associate pedophiles and gays? Which would suggest a certain intelligence....

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  5. Hm... I'm trying to associate rainbows and gays. I don't think I'd suggest anyone sign onto the pedophile rights movement. But if you mean that most pedophiles are sexually repressed closet homosexuals, yeah, I can see that.

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  6. No no. I meant if this is from Pat Robertson's site, perhaps he is trying to force an association between pedophiles and gays, not I want there to be one.

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  7. I don't even think they know what the hell pedobear is, though. That's just... the wrong context.

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  8. It's getting too late. But my point was the rash of recently apparently gay, repressed, conservative politicians and preachers. My point was more about repression than gayness. But my coherence is pretty much shot. I don't know how Jen's managing to blog still.

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  9. If you've noticed, my posts are getting shorter and shorter and containing less and less original commentary. That's how I'm still managing to blog

    No sun here yet =(

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  10. Yeah, me too mate. Definitely there are a lot of people out there who have repressed homosexuality. Only makes sense some of 'em would get into politics.

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  11. Sun is still a long way's away here. I might have to take my shower soon.

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  12. It's OK, Jen. We're talking rather more crazily now to make up for it.

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  13. Yeah. We're going to slowly go bonkers with you on this last stretch.

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  14. Hah. And then I have to go work for at least 3 hours. And listen to Americans talk about how they can't use their computer (of a type I shall not specify due to contractual reasons).

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  15. Stupid outsourcing to places with funny accents!

    Though, yeah. I wouldn't be looking forward to that either. "Is your computer plugged in?" "Yes, of cour- Oh. Thanks!"

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  16. Yes. I have a funny accent, eh?

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  17. I think I skipped over the insanity bit of the night a little quickly and went straight to tired lifeless zombie. Beeeeeeeed- I mean, braaaaiiinnnnnnnnssss

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  18. All y'all up there have funny accents. I think it's an East Coast thing. From Florida on up, everyone's got a hilarious accent.

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  19. I think tech support might be the kind of job best done half asleep. You tend to mind tedium a bit less at that point. (And, I don't know about anyone else, but a symphony orchestra starts playing in my head after hour 18, which is always a nice diversion)

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  20. I'll tell you this: I can deal with any accent, but I can't handle Alabama, nor can I handle backwoods Virginia.

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  21. Andre: And which accent do you consider un-funny?

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  22. Generally that Western-US non-accent. I may live in Texas, but I cannot stand Southern or "Country" accents.

    There are people who can handle Alabama and backwoods Virginia? I don't want to think about it.

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  23. Hey, I have a solid non-regional dialect. I can even say about like you Americans.

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  24. Damnit, stop creating interesting conversations in the comments that could have been individual post topics.

    Just kidding, carry on. Oh, and I think I have the midwestern non-accent, though I occasionally say a Chicagoan word or two

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  25. So, I guess that'd be Hollywood English. Which, as it so happens, is how we speak in PA and most of Maryland, Delaware, and Jersey.

    Jen: I don't think there's much of a difference between insane and zombie, except how badly you fight it. If you just stare into space, zombie, if you try to function, insane.

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  26. Nonregional accents are awesome. It's hard to pin down my accent until I say something like "Y'all" or "'jeet?"

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  27. You *could* steal our ideas, you know. We are on your blog.

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  28. But then you've already talked about them!

    I actually have some good ideas, but they're too good to waste right now. I want to save them for when I can make a good post.

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  29. Conversations continue. Hoo. It's gonna be shower and bacon time soon.

    I hope you haven't been put off of blogging by the whole thing.

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  30. Ah, and only Alabamans can stand the Alabaman accent. They breed it in. I think there's some Darwinian mechanism whereby tolerance of that accent necessitates a 10 point drop in IQ (which I infer solely from the fact that the average Alabaman IQ is 10 points below the national average). No offense to any Alabamans. I'm sure you're really kind, upright (albeit homocidal, bible-toting, homophobic) people. Did you ever see that episode of Top Gear? Scary place.

    Oh, it must be that time when I start rambling on about nothing.

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  31. Four hours to go! Almost there!

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  32. Make it on how petty regional tribalism is!

    Or something!

    Also, how people who say 'cah' when they mean 'car' are terrible people who need to be fed pie launched from a gravity-assisted mechanism. [trebuchet pie]

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  33. Kris, you mentioned Top Gear. You're my hero.

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  34. Or a mangonel pie, as one of my pals suggested, for greater efficiency.

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  35. Heh, I'm always amazed by how many people don't watch that show. I don't think dry humor goes over so well on this side of the pond.

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  36. Well, that and the fact that half the jokes are made at the expense of Americans - those what aren't made at the expense of the Germans.

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  37. Not for the majority, unfortunately, no.

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  38. It's too bad. The last episode was so funny I was in tears.

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  39. You're a dumb ass. Pat Buchanan has a syndicated column which many websites use and choose to put whatever image they want in there. You just happened to choose takimag.com to see his article. Why don't you look at The American Conservative's website or the Human Events website and you won't see that silly picture because Pat didn't make it. Know a little bit more about your subject before you write an asinine statement about it.

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