Quote Of The Day

Friday, June 4, 2010

"These Morons Don't Know What They're Doing"

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PALOS VERDES, Calif (Reuters) – Film director and deep-sea explorer James Cameron said on Wednesday that BP Plc turned down his offer to help combat the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
"Over the last few weeks I've watched, as we all have, with growing horror and heartache, watching what's happening in the Gulf and thinking those morons don't know what they're doing," Cameron said at the All Things Digital technology conference.
Cameron, the director of "Avatar" and "Titanic," has worked extensively with robot submarines and is considered an expert in undersea filming. He did not say explicitly who he meant when he referred to "those morons."
His comments came a day after he participated in a meeting at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency headquarters in Washington to "brainstorm" solutions to the oil spill.
Cameron said he has offered to help the government and BP in dealing with the spill. He said he was "graciously" turned away by the Britishenergy giant.

"Hey!! Nobody asked my opinion! I know more about deep sea stuff than that ego maniac Cameron!"

"F*#@ing Morons!"

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Quote Of The Day

"Bill Clinton is where rumors go to die." - Dennis Miller

Tuesday, June 1, 2010

The McGinniss Issue

The ongoing feud between Sarah Palin and her new neighbor - journalist and author Joe McGinniss - does not appear to be going away anytime soon.
This morning, in an interview with NBC, McGinniss characterized Palin's recent comments about him as "ugly innuendo" and "revolting." He also compared her verbal and written attacks to tactics used during Nazi Germany.
"What I've learned... is very informative and I think is probably a lesson for the American people of the power Palin has to incite hated and her willingness and readiness to do it," McGinniss said. "She has pushed a button and unleashed the hounds of hell... And that's the same kind of tactic, and I'm not calling her a Nazi, but that's the same kind of tactic that the Nazi troopers used in Germany in the 30s. And I don't think there is any place for it in America."
Palin said NBC gave them a "lame excuse" when she e-mailed with them about it this morning.
"So, the 'journalist's' sensational claims about us being Nazis went unchallenged," she added.
Here are the full statements from Sarah and Todd Palin that she posted in the Facebook note:
"McGinniss has followed us for some time now, from showing up on our doorstep last winter, bidding over $60,000 for a military charity auction dinner with me, writing the hit pieces, attending at least one Outside book event, etc. He has a right to pursue his subject, I suppose, and certainly has a right to live wherever he wants, but my family also has a right to expect privacy, and hopefully to enjoy peace this summer. Good fences do make for good neighbors. The fence is now up, and I hope that we can enjoy peace. The media sensationalizes the recent McGinniss' tactic so the public will tune in to whatever the latest episode is, always with ratings in mind, and that's unfortunate." - Sarah Palin 
"What's also unfortunate is journalists' tactics like this, because it keeps good people from wanting to get involved in public service." - Todd Palin

We suggest the Palins use some of their book proceeds and purchase their neighbors home that  McGinniss is renting and evict him. End of problem.