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Friday, July 13, 2012

Those Damned Clothes

What's Mallard raving about today?

NBC News

How dare anyone suggest that a man with a car elevator is out of touch with the serfs...uh, I mean common man.

16 comments:

ajm said...

It's funny because a teenager was shot to death, amirite?

Tog said...

Jesus Christ.

On the bright side, Tinsley's attempt to mention every single bug up his ass in a single outburst has made it impossible to give us another shot of duckbatch.

But hey, by all means keep mentioning Trayvon Martin, shit-for-brains. And keep chaining yourself to George Zimmerman. Double down!

Just lemme go make a fresh batch of popcorn.

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

Okay, I think I'm getting it now. This is an entirely manufactured situation that he concocted because of the well-publicized penchant Focks Nooze has for trimming (in several ways) the facts.

For the art, it looks like he may have been working on a tribute to Ernest Borgnine, messed up the hair, and started improvising.

Steve-O said...

Haha, it's funny because:

1) Tinsley thinks the idiots that read him un-ironically will read those walls of text.

2) He thinks Ms. Alan Greenspan isn't on his team.

3) Dead teenager iz the humorz! Amirite!

dlauthor said...

Mitt's not out of touch! The black people just don't understand him because they want free stuff! The Nail Ladies too!

Day Nine. He's almost halfway through the lag, and still oblivious! Not that we expected anything different, but this sure is fun to watch.

rewinn said...

Governor Romney's VERY FIRST AD editted Obama's remarks, so that they meant the exact opposite of what Obama said.

On November 16. 2008, Obama said “Senator McCain’s campaign actually said, and I quote, if we keep talking about the economy, we're going to lose.”
Romney cut out the part where Obama said he was quoting McCain's campaign, and showed Obama saying "... if we keep talking about the economy, we're going to lose.” And the Romney Campaing ADMITS that it knew the full quote, because it cites the full transcript.
Source: ABC News

Now, I don't expect Bruce Tinshley to have the honesty to admit this, but when he angrily reviews this blog, he should know: we see what he's doing.

God sees it too. He should pray that there's no Hell.

Fuck You, Tinsley said...

I had to read this several times to figure out that the one changing clothes was Romney, not Zimmerman. I think, and this is a broad guess given the horrible sentence structure and grammar, that Tinsley is saying Romney's elitist behavior and ability to afford all the clothes he wants makes him a hero of the common man, but who the hell knows? Tinsley supports the rich, White cultists from Christianity and especially Mormonism, and he hates everyone who has the slightest difficulty in life, so that interpretation makes sense.

Anonymous said...

"Baffled" is the only word that comes to mind. Is this a cry for help from a hopeless drinker?

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

The clothes changes are Tinsley's clumsy way of trying to say the footage was mega-edited, and each word was from a different speech on a different day.

(Does Romney wear different suits on different days? With all his dough, I'd expect him to.)

Bill the Splut said...

And what fresh farts will tomorrow's edition of "Tinsley's so desperate that he just makes shit up now" bring?

Anonymous said...

ajm...if you were getting the shit beat out of you and had a legal carry gun...would you let 'little' Trayvon continue slamming your head against the sidewalk?

Zimmerman had wounds to his head, two black eyes and a broken nose. Did Zimmerman fall down and hurt himself before he tracked down Martin and shot him in cold blood?

Kip W [Muffaroo] said...

How would we know? Florida decreed that if he claims thus and such, there's no need to have a trial and find out stuff — like if he lied, if he stalked, or even if he had injuries at the time, or just when he came along a day or so later.

DiR said...

@Anon. Zimmerman should never have allowed himself to be put in a situation where that would have been an outcome. He had been told by dispatch to cease pursuit and await responding officers. Ignoring that, he should NEVER have gotten within 50' of Trayvon, precisely because he was carrying a deadly weapon.
You cannot justify this: everything that happened that night is Zimmerman's fault.
And yes, I am armed, and yes, I have a CCP.

Also, I like how you framed it so that sweet, innocent Zimmerman, no doubt on his way to deliver fresh cookies to the elderly, was jumped out of NO WHERE by this hysterical, violent teenager! OH yes oh yes oh yes they both reached for the gun the gun the gun the gun.
Fuck you.

CW in LA said...

Say, Anonymelonfucker, since you're now an expert on the Christ-like wonderfulness of George Zimmerman, you want to explain how he didn't show any of those horrible injuries in the police video of him walking into the station that night?

I mean, it's not like his efforts to hide the money in his defense fund have shown him to be a paragon of honesty. But then, there's something you and he have in common.

Tog said...

The only person "standing his ground" in that altercation got shot and killed.

The arguments of Anonymous and his ilk always ultimately boils down to, "Why didn't the little criminal--And you KNOW he's a criminal! He's black!--submit peacefully to the stranger who accosted him on the way home from the store? Because he's a criminal and deserved to die!"

rewinn said...

Funny thing: if Treyvon had been carrying a gun, would @Anonymous Coward support his right to shoot Zimmerman?

I mean, let's be honest what's going on here.