aliens Archive

So Glad this Election Cycle is Over

amelia g i voted I think this is probably the most chagrined I have ever looked coming out of a voting booth. I am so glad this contentious, divisive, Kang and Kodos, total bummer of an election cycle is over. Hopefully, some of the gajillion California referendums will go a good way. Mostly, I am really glad this is over. I am looking forward to my friends going back to discussing music and books and art and sex and photography and pop culture and clubbing and cool business ideas and writing and basically topics we'd all really enjoy talking about.

So Glad this Election Cycle is Over

I think this is probably the most chagrined I have ever looked coming out of a voting booth. I am so glad this contentious, divisive, Kang and Kodos, total bummer of an election cycle is over. Hopefully, some of the gajillion California referendums will go a good way. Mostly, I am really glad this is over. I am looking forward to my friends going back to discussing music and books and art and sex and photography and pop culture and clubbing and cool business ideas and writing and basically topics we'd all really enjoy talking about.

amelia g i voted

So Glad this Election Cycle is Over

I think this is probably the most chagrined I have ever looked coming out of a voting booth. I am so glad this contentious, divisive, Kang and Kodos, total bummer of an election cycle is over. Hopefully, some of the gajillion California referendums will go a good way. Mostly, I am really glad this is over. I am looking forward to my friends going back to discussing music and books and art and sex and photography and pop culture and clubbing and cool business ideas and writing and basically topics we'd all really enjoy talking about.

amelia g i voted

Why is nobody but Arizona addressing the illegal alien and werewolf problems?

Why is nobody but Arizona addressing the illegal alien and werewolf problems?



by Amelia G : April 30th, 2010

gia paloma easter bunny julie simonePolitico reports that yesterday the Arizona state legislature has passed a bill making it a felony to “intentionally or knowingly creating a human-animal hybrid.” Well, phew, because I was definitely afraid, with all the military contractors out there, that, instead of working on lucrative mining and fiberoptics, mad scientists were diligently slaving away trying to create commercially useless human-animal hybrids. Aside from Annette Edwards, who might want to marry a human-rabbit hybrid, is there really a market for such things?

I realize Arizona has recently passed legislation making it legal to do live reenactments of World War II movies (Show me yahr paperrrrsssssssss!) and they have taken an important stand against the creation of werewolves. Plus Arizona doesn’t practice daylight savings time (which is inconvenient for people phoning from other states, but otherwise awesome). And Arizona not only doesn’t recognize so-called gay marriage, but passed a state constitutional amendment banning it, just to be safe (which is unbelievably evil and I don’t get why we don’t just call it marriage and not “gay marriage”). Arizona also has some gun laws paying tribute to its Wild West heritage (which I kinda like, but totally understand why reasonable people would dislike.)

So I get it. Arizona is maverick. Arizona marches to the beat of its own tom-tom. (Maybe some of those Native American museums in Arizona should also start asking for some details about . . .

( Read more )
  • Tags
  • Search