What's Mallard raving about today?
Oh my knob, he's actually going to make a week of this tish, isn't he.
When did Artest make this name change? Last fall, wasn't it? The Tinsh is even more timely than usual here.I mean, I suppose he was flipping around looking for an Ann Coulter appearance to fap to a few weeks ago when instead he stumbled across the NBA playoffs, said, "Heyy, whassh wi' th' guy wi' the funny name?" And the strips wrote themselves, because he certainly wasn't going to put any work into it.
Nobody tell Tinshley that the people being oppressed in Syria are brown. He'll get all confused about whom to hate more.
It's good that this thing exists on the comics page and not in meatspace. The way the duck stares out at you after saying something stupid and irrelevant, one gets the impression he thinks he's said something witty, or at least remotely relevant in some way. How bloody uncomfortable it would be to have to react in some way to this noisome little sport of nature's scattershot spews.
Just when you think you can't feel more disgusting, "Mallard Fillmore" goes even deeper.Mocking Syrian dead, mocking an athlete who's trying in his way to make the world a better place, mocking the concept of peace itself ... well, where next?Sadly, we will soon find out.But karma's a bitch. Brews Tinskley's building up a huge karmic debt. Don't be standing next to him when the lightning strikes!
In other news, experts on King Features are predicting no discernible effect from Bruce Tinsley changing his name to Mega White Hitler Tinsley.
Actually, I meant to say Metta World Piece of Shit Tinsley.
It's funny that the guy who signs Brucie's welfare checks is named Reverend Moon, since all Brucie does is kiss his ass!So, do I now get paid to be a hack utterly without any redeeming features, too?
OT: For a little insight into the sort of brain-damaged, anti-American beliefs that guide Bruce Tinsley's "thought" process (and by "guide," I mean "lead it around by the nose"), here's some fresh belchings from David Brooks (as covered No More Mister Nice Blog), who shares/dictates Tinsley's utter abhorrence of self-esteem:"...We live in a culture that finds it easier to assign moral status to victims of power than to those who wield power. Most of the stories we tell ourselves are about victims who have endured oppression, racism and cruelty.Then there is our fervent devotion to equality, to the notion that all people are equal and deserve equal recognition and respect. It's hard in this frame of mind to define and celebrate greatness, to hold up others who are immeasurably superior to ourselves....The old adversary culture of the intellectuals has turned into a mass adversarial cynicism. The common assumption is that elites are always hiding something. Public servants are in it for themselves. Those people at the top are nowhere near as smart or as wonderful as pure and all-knowing Me.Jesus Christ, what a hound. Here, David Brooks. Do you recognize this?"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."The Modern American Conservative: Anti-American to the rotten core.And pray tell, where does this "assumption that elites are always hiding something" and "public servants are in it for themselves" come from, David? I'll answer that for you, sport: EXPERIENCE.
Heeeeeey, Bruce.Word of advice, take it or leave it:Where I come from, it's generally considered a bad idea to make fun of people who would take you -apart- in a fight.Unless this is your admission that you know that NOBODY, save us masochists on this site, actually reads your horse drivel. So you know that this guy you're just openly mocking will never hear you.Which just makes you a coward.Just to let you know.
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