How do you counter the nuttery of outted socialist/communists like Maxine “We Will Take Over Your Business” Waters? With CAPITALISM, of course! And one word that spells CAPITALISM, freedom, and America, is BACON. If you do not help squash the attempts of these would be tyrants to take over the oil industry, take away firearms, and tell you what you can and cannot eat, then this wonderful, freedom-to-eat-what-you-want site will be one of the first victims, ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Fu presents The Grateful Palate featuring the Bacon of the Month Club! Consume a pig and help fight tyranny now!
Archive for May, 2008
Mr. Fu wrote this in response to a friend who was wondering what happened to “Christmas” stationery (slightly edited):
Yes, the redefining of Christmas into a Winter Holiday. Like a Winter Holiday is not religious in and of itself? The Druids were up to no good this time of year and everyone whose ancestors painted themselves blue knows it! While Jewish kids were spinning the dradel Mr. Fu’s ancestors were living in caves, only going out to shove rocks around for a religious experience.
Now that would be a real imposition of religion on someone, drag them out to a field outside of Lincoln, Nebraska and make them stack ten ton rock columns up in the snow. They think Christianity can be intrusive and obnoxious? They can just wait until a Druid drops a 20,000 pound rock on their numb foot in the middle of December trying to get the calendar back up and running in time for Winter Solstice!
In discussing this quote:
In the future everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes.
– Andy Warhol
MISS SERIOUS was wondering if you got that all at once or could spread it around some? She also wondered if that was an average for humanity and that some would not get their fifteen minutes that others might have a bit more fame?
In this country when the endorsement of Fidel Castro would mean an automatic loss in a Presidential election. Unfortunately Mr. Fu is sure that is no longer the case, particularly considering the praise for nothing that Barrack Obama gets from the press. But when a man who, with the cooperation of his thugs, brought one of the hottest economies in the Americas to its knees in a fortnight thinks that your policies would be best, you would hope that would ring as a vote of no confidence for an American.
We need more like him. “Alex, I’ll take Firearms for $250!”
The military junta in charge of Burma is rejecting humanitarian aid delivered by the U.S. Navy. The two best things that could be done for the Burmese at this point would be to air drop supplies to the weather torn people of the country, and to air drop ordnance on the military junta.
This from the great novel, The Postman, by David Brin:
[A dream version of Ben Franklin opines] “It’s said that ‘power corrupts,’ but actually it’s more true that power attracts the corruptable. The sane are usually attracted by other things than power. When they do act, they think of it as service, which has limits. The tyrant, though, seeks mastery, for which he is insatiable, implacable.” — David Brin, The Postman, page 267
Mr. Fu presents, the nominees for the President of the United States, 2008.