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Tebow? Religious? Next You’ll Tell Me John Kerry Served In Vietnam

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So I talked about Tim Tebow’s pro-life Super Bowl ad already, but I read another article on this DRAMUH~! and had to comment.

Karen Middlekauff, a UF law student and the president of Outlaw, an organization for College of Law LGBT students, said she believes that Tebow is still a representative of UF, and he has chosen to represent a viewpoint that shouldn’t be associated with the university.


A law student, you say?

Let’s continue.

“Focus on the Family is a very well-known group for speaking out against LGBT issues,” she said. “A lot of people know that.”

The commercial is also highlights the strength of Tebow’s religious beliefs, something the general public may not be aware of, she said.


The commercial is also highlights the strength of Tebow’s religious beliefs, something the general public may not be aware of, she said.

lol, wut?

The commercial is also highlights the strength of Tebow’s religious beliefs, something the general public may not be aware of, she said.

Yeah, anyone who has seen him on the field might not know he’s religious considering he put BIBLE VERSES IN THAT BLACK EYE STUFF HE WORE DURING EACH GAME.

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January 27, 2010 at 9:13 pm

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I’m Lovin’ An Extra Slice Of Cheese

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There are several avenues I’m going to take with this story.

A McDonald’s restaurant was wrong to fire a worker for giving a colleague an extra piece of cheese on a hamburger, a Dutch court ruled on Tuesday.

“The dismissal was too severe a measure,” the district court in Leeuwarden, in the north of the Netherlands, said in a written judgment.

“It is just a slice of cheese.”

A written warning would have been a more appropriate punishment, said the court, which ordered the fast-food chain to pay the worker the salary for the remaining five months of her contract – a total of 4,265.47 euros (£3,660).

The company was also ordered to pay court costs.

The worker was fired at a McDonald’s branch in the northern town of Lemmer in March last year for giving a colleague on a break a more expensive cheese burger instead of the hamburger she had paid for.

McDonald’s claimed she had broken the rules, which prohibit any free gifts to family, friends or colleagues.

The decision came days after the fast-food chain reported an increase in net profits by almost 25 per cent in the last quarter of 2009.

Love how the article mentions the EEEEEEVIL corporate profit at the end.

Anyway, my insta-thoughts:

1) When I worked at Burger King in high school I remember a customer flipping out over how a whopper with cheese cost 30 cents extra. “For cheese?!” she said. Uhhh, yeah, bitch. A whopper gets two slices. That’s 15 cents per slice. Go to the grocery store and compare the cost. It’s not some EXTREME EXPENSE. Now prices back in 1994 aren’t the same as they are now, but you get the point.

2) Putting a slice of cheese on a burger for a co-worker is NOTHING compared to the shit I used to concoct for myself back in those days. It’s a wonder I haven’t had a heart attack yet.

3) The stuff I used to put in people’s food that pissed me off … memories. Let’s just say dish detergent can be hidden quite nicely in a chicken sandwich.

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January 27, 2010 at 9:03 pm

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Oden’s Definitely Not A Chameleon

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So the former Number 1 overall NBA draft pick now has nudez of him posted on the Internet.

Greg Oden was given the opportunity on Tuesday to hide out, issue a denial or attack the person responsible for posting nude photographs he once sent a third party of himself.

Instead he slammed the door shut.

Said Oden: “Um, I’ve had better days.”

Oden apologized to his teammates, and Trail Blazers owner Paul Allen, and most of all, his family. He talked candidly about the embarrassment of being woken up at 6 a.m. by a gut-wrenching telephone call with the party on the other end saying, “Get up, someone’s posted naked pictures of you on the Internet.”

Whatever. I don’t care.

What? You thought I was going to post/link to these photos? One would first have to presume I am actively LOOKING for these images.

I just wanted to post this because of the “chameleon” joke.

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January 27, 2010 at 8:52 pm

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Having My Phil With PETA

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For those that don’t know who Punxsutawney Phil is, go watch “Groundhog Day.” If you don’t have the time to watch a movie, Phil is the economic machine to a hick Pennsylvania town. He’s the groundhog who is put through the “does he see his shadow?” routine which will determine if we get six more weeks of winter. I can never remember if it’s: shadow = 6 more weeks or no shadow = 6 more weeks, but it really doesn’t matter because this prediction is rarely correct anyway. Besides, what determines “6 more weeks of winter”? What one person considers “wintry weather” another might enjoy. The better half gets cold whenever the temperature dips below 70 degrees. I’m more tolerant. It’s the wind I hate.

Why am I talking about this? Oh PETA’s up to its usual hijinx.

The animal rights group PETA says Punxsutawney Phil is being badly treated by the crowds and noise at the annual Groundhog Day festival on Feb. 2 and should be replaced with a robotic groundhog .

Gemma Vaughan, Animals in Entertainment specialist for the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said in a letter to organizers of the annual spectacle in Punxsutawney, PA, that groundhogs, which are normally shy and spend much of their time in burrows, “become stressed when they are exposed to large, screaming crowds; flashing lights from perhaps hundreds of cameras; and human handling.”

Vaughan suggests using “animatronic animals” instead.

Bill Deeley, president of the Inner Circle of the Punxsutawney Groundhog Club, said in response that Phil is “being treated better than the average child in Pennsylvania.”

He notes that Phil is kept in a climate-controlled environment and is inspected annually by the state Department of Agriculture, the Associated Press reports.

Deeley suggests PETA is looking for publicity.

PETA would have a case if it wasn’t for the fact that no groundhog has ever had it so good (except for the pair living under my backyard shed). And if all it takes for a lifetime of pampering is to have pictures taken of you once a year, then big deal. True Phil is scared shitless whenever he is “unveiled…”

…but groundhogs get scared shitless at anything (except for vehicles, judging by the amount of roadkill I see every summer). Hell, the ones living on my property freak out whenever I tap on a window, and here is how far away this tapping occurs from when they waddle out from under the shed.

And finally, as an added bonus, Phil at least gets to pee on his handler in retaliation for his one day of work per year.

On a side note, I realized today that I think PETA is the Left’s equivalent of the Christian Coalition. Whenever these people do something that reaches batshit levels people on the Right go “OMG WTF DIE DIE DIE” while the other side oftentimes goes, “Oh, PETA.” Whenever Pat Robertson or one of the gang does something similar the roles seem to get reversed. That’s all I got.

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January 27, 2010 at 8:34 pm

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