Category Archives: fuckwits and morons

You know it’s gonna be a bad day…

When Norton blows up your laptop whilst they are ‘trying to figure out why its sucking 100% of my CPU’ after I did their software update.

I lost in the final round of the fantasy baseball playoffs..oh, fucking well, second ain’t that bad when your ass is kicked 10-5.

The folks at Norton, and I use that term ‘folks’ loosely,(personally I call them something much uglier) are now sending me some fucking recovery disc since I get nothing but the BSOD (blue screen of death) when I try to boot my laptop. Some woman with a really heavy, hard to understand, out of the country accent, really hosed me when she said she could ‘fix it’, and now I get to deal with some guy named Jason who is ‘da boss’ and here in the US. Gawd=fucking=bless outsourcing eh folks?

There is more bullshittery, but I believe you folks really don’t need to read about it….lets just say ole Dad took a trip to Anaheim for no apparent reason(he couldn’t explain why he was there and actually didn’t know where in the hell he was) and the cops there refused to do a report on the old fucker who couldn’t find his ass w/both hands last Thursday. See, Dad is a retired law enforcement officer with a gold-fucking-badge that evidently gets his drunk-80 year old– ass out of all kinds of problems and situations when he fucks up, mostly behind the wheel of a huge friggin SUV.

So, have a good day…and pray to Buddha those fucks at Norton can fix whatever the hell they fucked up on my laptop come Wed or Thursday. I despise using the ball n’ chains Desktop.

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10 craziest things said in a UN speech.

Since the idiot known as Qaddafi spewed forth his nonsense, several news outlets have given us their take on Fuckwittery at the UN. Below is Foreign Policy’s take on the dumbest shit ever spewed at the UN:

 Ortega Goes Rambo on Reagan

Year: 1987

Quote: “Before consulting the hotheads who present various military options such as a military invasion: remember, President Reagan, Rambo only exists in the movies.”

Impact: Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega used the platform of the U.N. to assail U.S policy in Central America, particularly the financing of the Contra rebels and supporting the Somoza dictatorship, which Ortega said “bled the Nicaraguan people dry.” The angry speech prompted a walkout from the U.S. delegation. “The people of Nicaragua may have to sit and listen to him, but I don’t,” said then U.S. Ambassador Vernon Walters.

Chavez Sniffs out a Sinner

Year: 2006

Quote: “The devil came here yesterday, and it smells of sulfur still.”

Impact: Venezuela’s theatrical president, Hugo Chavez, has always loved the spotlight that the General Assembly provides and it was never more in evidence than when, with a flourish, he compared U.S. president, George W. Bush, to Satan. Chavez also began his regular habit of using his speeches to plug books by prominent leftists authors, when he held up a book by U.S. professor Noam Chomsky. Chavez referred to this famous moment in his speech this year, saying that it “no longer smells like sulfur” now that Barack Obama is president.

Bashir Denies a Genocide

Year: 2006

Quote: “The picture that volunteer organizations try to give in order to solicit more assistance and more aid, have given a negative result.”

Impact: At the 2006 speech, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir claimed that the ongoing slaughter in Darfur, which then President George W. Bush had recently referred to as “genocide,” was in fact a scheme cooked up by Western aid organizations to solicit funding. On the sidelines of the meeting, Bashir went further, blaming Israel and Zionist organizations for spreading lies in order to weaken the Sudanese government. Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has made this claim as well.

Those are just my picks from their top ten. Read all of them here. It does include the winner from the USSR when Kruschev banged his shoe on the podium:

Year: 1960

Quote: “Mr. President, call that toady of American imperialism to order.”

Impact: Soviet Premier Nikita Krushchev provided one of the cold war’s most iconic moments when, in an attempt to silence a Filipino delegate who was railing against Soviet imperialism, he issued the above epithet, removed his shoe, and began banging it on the table. The gesture has become a classic example of overheated rhetoric, but it shouldn’t have been all that surprising coming from the man who coined the phrase, “we will bury you.”

So we do have competition in the idiocy department. Gotta love it! ;p