Drain Clogs – 06-11-2010

Welcome to the year 1810: Teacher fired for “fornication” for becoming pregnant out of wedlock. On the plus side, I can add the tag “fornication” to the blog!

Just a peaceful patriot: Militiaman and Birther Darren Westly Huff has pleaded not guilty for vowing to seize control of Sweetwater, Georgia, and round up the traitors blocking the indictment of President Barack Obama for his treasonous turn as commander-in-chief. He was running around Sweetwater with a lot of guns, and told everyone who would listen. Then the FBI arrested him. Noted “American Grand Jury” nutball Walter Fitzpatrick is also charged over these shenanigans.

South Carolina State Senator Jake Knotts got censured for his raghead comments, but Knotts says he “could care less”

The teabaggers and Freedomworks are protesting….trash pickup!

Three political activist groups are joining together Saturday to protest Gwinnett County’s new trash plan, which begins July 1.

The Four Corners Tea Party, FreedomWorks Gwinnett and Gwinnett Citizens for Responsible Government have organized the protest, which will begin at 11 a.m. Saturday at the gazebo next to the Gwinnett Historic Courthouse on the Lawrenceville square.

Now I can call them “trashbaggers” unironically.

Cato health policy expert Michael Cannon used Twitter to joke that illegal immigrants are very absorbent when told they might be being used to clean up the oil spill. He since deleted the tweet.

Somehow this is actually happening…

Japanese AV star with a doctorate, Anri Suzuki, 24, is having sex with Chinese students for free in Japan to apologize for her country’s invasion of China.

Suzuki won her doctors degree in history at one of the prestigious universities in her home country. Unlike other graduates, she focused on the Japanese invasion of China; writing the paper “The History of the Japanese Invasion into China.”

“We have to respect history and cannot obliterate it. I want to cure the wounds of Chinese with my body, and I am practicing this by having sex with Chinese students in Japan,” she said. “I think it is psychological compensation to them. Actually, Chinese students treat me more friendly and comfortably than Japanese.”

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