I am surprised Aravosis isn't pissing and moaning about the Senate Finance Committee stimulus plan. I mean, holy shit dude, they're like totally only giving you $500 dollars if you make under $75,000 a year instead of the $600 of the House plan. Dude, like OMG, that's totally taking money out of your pocket! You should totally get all huffy and throw a fit on your blog about it, Aravosis.
Also, freak cobag drops eight inch log. That post displays a complete and utterly irrevocable lack of understanding of both global climate change and global warming.
Make sure you change the post title every five minutes to prevent other sites from linking to yours, even though you have more ads on Americablog that Vanity Fair. Speaking of vanity...
Author's Note: Getting "all huffy" has nothing to do with Aravosis' gay status, even if he claims that means that he can call people sexist insults, The Genius only thinks of Aravosis as a cobag.
we don't need to give old people more money. They'll just blow it on Precious Moments figures and mustache wax.
And bifocal monocles.
A Thomas Kincade bubble is just what our economy needs to avoid a recession!
That post shows a total disregard for tin-foil hattery as well. There are at least three conspiracy theories intersecting in that one.
I think he was being sarcastic on the GW post...
It is hard to tell, given his total cobaggery about other matters.
I think that he was being sarcastic too. But you're right it is hard to tell.
No, the sarcasm's pretty obvious, actually.
Remember, being a massive tool on balance does not make one a massive tool on each individual issue. That's what makes the occasionally untoolish tool so much more dangerous than the permatool.
Pronouns enhance clarity.
A tool is used by a person in the completion of a task. Borehole's point, as far as I can tell, is that Aravosis, is more dangerous as an occasionally dumb moron than he would be as a permanently dumb moron like the Doughy Pantload. Of course, borehole's comment could be pointed at me and it has equal merit in that case as well.
In either situation, there is still a problem with this climate-change-myth-as-sarcasm claim. There is nothing to support sarcasm on that page. The post lacks a quick explanation of how climate change is happening or where a person can find information about the situation we all face. Instead, it's just a quick little post linking to a story about a rare snowstorm in the Middle East which clearly debunks all science everywhere and still leaves the cobag time for another martini before his latest fundraiser for a never-gonna-happen move to a "new server."
speaking of "new"...
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