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Is Bush intentionally melting the Greenland ice cap?

The Greenland Ice Cap is melting, and at a rate of over an inch per month. Within a dozen years, this could raise the sea level over 12 feet.

Imagine that.

New York would be flooded. So, to would be Los Angeles - including my beloved Brentwood. Baltimore? Gone. Atlanta? Gone too. Practically every coastal city would be wiped out, and all because of George Bush's refusal to sign the Kyoto Accords.

But, that's not all he's done.

He has also gagged top scientists trying to tell us the truth. Like, Jim Hansen from NASA. Bush has continually tried to get him to keep quiet about global warming so that Bush's corporate backers can continue to rake in the big bucks.

Mr. Bush, it will not work. Do not flood Baltimore and the other cities. Please sign Kyoto before it's too late.

Posted by Lori Gold to Lori Gold at 09:59 PM | Comments (0)

February 11, 2006

Kimmie Meissner, Olympics, and the truth

Kimmie Meissner is a figure skater in the 2006 Winter Olympics. As you can see above, she's quite the patriot. Or, at least a patriot in the Bu$hian style. Put down the flag and the credulous smile, Kim. Just put it down and think for yourself for a moment.

How could anyone celebrate this country considering all that we have done during the $hrub administration? How could anyone feel pride displaying our flag which has been stained by the actions of our "wartime leader"? Even worse, she's wearing an ad for a clothing company in the photo above, together with an ad for our occupiers and invaders in her hand.

No, not for me.

This year, I will not be cheering for America in the Olympics.

I will be cheering for our victims in the competition. There are over 85 countries competing, including Albania, Algeria, China, North Korea, and Venezuela.

I will be cheering for them.

Posted by John Ciccilini to John Ciccilini at 01:16 AM

February 8, 2006

Jackie Johnson of KCAL

Jackie Johnson is the weather "girl" at KCAL 9 TV in Los Angeles, and this picture shows her qualifications for this important job:

KCAL9 used to be owned by Disney, as these pics show. They're also affiliated with KCBS. Yes, that's right: CBS. The same honored network that gave us Edward R. Morrow and Zeke Whittle's protege Walter Cronkite.

Jackie says she's a "journalist" because she's "fascinated by weather". Well, I'm more than just "fascinated" by the coming global warming crisis, and I know that this so-called meteorologist (more like a "weathergirl") will never tell us about it. She should just pose for Playboy and leave the "journalism" to those who have different talents:

Posted by Lori Gold to Lori Gold at 06:57 PM

January 28, 2006

The solution to global warming?

A town in Italy that's inside a deep valley doesn't get sunlight during several months of the year, and they've come up with a horrific "solution": installing a giant mirror on a neighboring mountain to reflect sunlight into their town's piazza (that's Italian for "town square").

Even worse, we're informed that other cities in Canada, the U.S., and France are looking into similar plans.

Obviously, attempts like this will simply exacerbate global warming, reflecting the sun back to previously cool areas, heating the Earth and leading us to a global catastrophe. Some cities are even considering sawing the tops off mountains to get sunlight.

However, these plans set me to thinking, and I've asked several members of my Arcata Project to look into this matter.

What if we installed giant mirrors on high mountains, and had them reflect the sunlight back into space? We could even use the Hubble Space Telescope to carry giant - but lightweight - foil "sun reflectors" so some of the Sun's heat doesn't reach the Earth.

Of course, this would just be a stopgap measure until we can elect President Gore in 2008, then we can finally ratify the Kyoto Accords and start to work on a real solution and stop the coming global superstorm.

Posted by Lori Gold to Lori Gold at 01:54 PM

January 26, 2006

Virginia: Republican delegate shoots gun; what is the Washington Post hiding?

The Washington Post reports on Virginia Delegate John S. "Jack" Reid who claims to have accidentally fired a gun he was carrying in his office. The bullet - miracles of miracles - hit his bullet-proof vest which was hanging on a hat rack. Reid is - of course - a Republican.

Something about this story doesn't smell right. The WaPo treats this as a joke. Some joke: a gun being fired inside the heart of Virginia's state government. And, what are the chances of an accidental shot finding its way to a bullet-proof vest?

When all other claims have been discredited, one finds the truth. That truth the WaPo overlooks seems to be AB 717, the Virginia bill that would condemn global warming and support the "Kyoto 2" treaty. While, of course, Virginia has no power to propose or directly support Kyoto 2, it's the thought that counts. World leaders from Hugo Chavez to Fidel Castro to Kofi and Kojo Annan to Al Gore and Jimmy Carter support AB 717, but Reid is a strong opponent of this bill. Could - and I stress this is only speculation - could he have been trying to send a message to his Gaia-friendly colleagues?

And, where is the Washington Post in all this? Making jokes, as if global warming is a laughing matter. Shame on them.

Posted by Ariadne to Ariadne at 11:25 PM

January 15, 2006

Alec Baldwin responds to brother Stephen's anti-pr0n crusade


Earlier today I spoke to my friend Alec Baldwin about the recent anti-pr0n crusade of his brother Stephen Baldwin. From his new home outside Paris, France, Alec told me that he completely disagrees with the actions of the "outlaw" Baldwin brother:

On Friday, Baldwin, 39, stood outside the "adult entertainment" shop and photographed workers and their vehicles as they got the store ready to open, according to an account in the Journal-News of White Plains, N.Y. Baldwin told the paper he planned to stand outside the store every day and photograph the license plates of the store's patrons to aid in tracking down their identities. He vowed to take out a full-page newspaper advertisement once a month to publish those names.

Alec told me that he was limited in what he could discuss due to pending legal action. They're currently trying to not only disown Stephen, but have him forced to legally change his last name to something else. "How about Stephen Bush? That has a nice ring to it", Alec told me.

"Senator" (as I call him) Alec said that in general he and his brothers completely oppose Stephen because of his various reactionary views. "He's an Xian, and he's a neo-con conservative right-wing reactionary. We completely oppose his views. Not only that, he's a blue-nose. We fully support the rights of small businesses no matter their nature. If I were mayor of Nyack, I would not only put an end to his 'crusade', I would encourage more small businesses to open there."


Posted by Ward to Ward Beecher at 01:25 PM

January 13, 2006

Rolling Stone slanders the equiphile community

I'll save you reading this week's Rolling Stone feature on the top news stories of 2005.

One of their choices involves a close friend of mine: Rupert Stix. You've probably seen his name in relation to the "strange" doings at a horse farm in Enumclaw, Washington State. One of our common friends - Edgar Hoffenstein - was, in effect, thrown off a horse at that farm and died. According to Rolling Stone, this tragedy is apparently funny.

It isn't funny to those of us who love horses, and in a most intimate fashion. The love that dare not utter its name is more widespread than Jann's rag would like you to believe. "Sexual identity is part of the genre of narrativity," says Foucault. The without/within distinction depicted in Madonna’s Material Girl emerges again in Sex. It could be said that Derrida suggests the use of Marxist socialism to challenge the status quo.


Edgar hadn't done anything wrong, but you might not know that from this piece which focuses on the statements of the local district attorneys and various so-called "animal rights experts". Edgar loved horses, he wasn't out to infringe on any of their rights. Sontag promotes the use of textual objectivism to read and analyse sexual identity. In a sense, the main theme of the works of Madonna is the common ground between truth and society. [1] After reading Jann's attempt at yellow journalism, you might think that people practicing alternative sex and confronting their gender identity were damaged, self-destructive individuals in need of help. You might think they had a disease to be cured, kind of the way we used to look at homosexuality (and some people in Bush country still do). You might think that investigating animal love would destroy your career. [2] It's pretty sad when the magazine responsible for much of the best creative non-fiction ever published, the magazine that married music and politics, decides to go the way of a right-wing tabloid rag.

In Erotica, Madonna reiterates the pretextual paradigm of reality; in Sex she examines social realism. In a sense, if the subdialectic paradigm of narrative holds, we have to choose between social realism and Lacanist obscurity.

Let us.

Previously: "What Rolling Stone isn't telling you about Global Warming"

Posted by John Ciccilini to John Ciccilini at 09:59 PM

December 28, 2005

Santa arrested for beating street sign

It's truly a "sign of our times" that a Sepulpa, Oklahoma Santa Claus was arrested on Christmas morning for allegedly beating a street sign with a No Parking sign that he'd pulled from the ground. Apparently this Claus had been drinking.

It's stories like this that make you wish the blue states could secede from the Union. What sort of culture allows people to dress in a no doubt red and white fur "suit, hat, beard and gloves"? While the fur was probably fake, what was he doing intoxicated on what is a holy day for millions of Americans?

Can there be any doubt that this Jolly Old Saint Nick was a good Bush supporter? Clearly the corruption of the Bush administration and of Judy Miller and the New York Times has "trickled down" to even the redcollars of Oklahoma. I cannot believe that we have three more years of this administration to go. How much more damage will they do to the American spirit in that time?

Posted by Ariadne to Ariadne at 04:20 PM

December 15, 2005

Justice for Banana Boy!

The recent arrest of Banana Boy has generated a slew of bad puns and bad reportage from sources as varied as the PostStar and the UPI ("Banana Boy generates bunches of media inquiries"; that story was conveniently erased from the Star's site).

What's been lost is a fundamental travesty of justice and the omnipresent police state powers caused, at root, by the Bush administration.

The "Boy" is a costumed character who appears on WMCE TV-8 in upstate New York. He plays a crime fighter, and last week he and two co-stars were filming a fight in Hudson Falls. A policeman saw the fight, and, not realizing it was staged, pulled his gun and arrested all three.

Now, BB and his friends have been sentenced: 40 hours community service, plus a $100 fine. And, all they were doing is shooting a scene.

Aren't there better things our police and courts could be doing? For instance, finding those missing WMDs. Or, how about looking into Jack Abramoff's or Tom Delay's connections? Maybe they should go to Alaska and try to find out more about global warming.

I guess that wouldn't be too "appealing". To tell you the truth, I am sickened by this whole spectacle and this administration.

Posted by John Ciccilini to John Ciccilini at 08:34 PM

December 12, 2005

Melvin Duchovny is a fraud and will not post here again

I cannot believe that I am forced to do this. However, Mel Duchovny's actions earlier today have forced my hand and I have no choice.

Melvin will not be posting at Huff And Blow again.

Furthermore, he is a fraud, as I shall shortly explain.

However, I have no time at the moment as Martin Sheen, Ed Asner, Robert Sheer, David Faustino and I are currently flying on a chartered flight to San Quentin to try to help free Tookie Williams. More later...

Posted by Ariadne to Ariadne at 06:13 PM


I have written here in the past about the attempts by the right-wing cabal to censor liberal media, but those posts have strangely not appeared at the site. I have also written about the refusal of certain rich "liberals" to fund the liberal media, but that also has not appeared.

Enough is enough. The time is now.

As I write this, I am engaging in a sit-in at Huff And Blow's Beverly Hills headquarters. I will not leave until I am carried out of here or Ariadne and her superrich friends meet my demands.

I have chained myself to a desk in the reception area, making typing rather difficult. I have a supply of batteries for my laptop and access to electricity. I have also brought a backpack full of food and water.

I plan to be here as long as it takes. I will not leave until Air America Radio reinstates Marc Maron to his former job as co-host of Morning Sedition. I also will not leave until those rich celebrity "liberals" begin funding true alternative radio and TV and other media.

The time for inaction and watching my posts being removed is over. All power to the people!

Posted by Mel to Melvin Duchovny at 12:37 PM

December 5, 2005

"Princess Leia in her Bikini": Is slavery just a fun joke?

My cousin, the author and former member of the Clinton administration Sidney Ciccilini, sent me a link to a site featuring women dressed in Princess Leia's "slave outfit" from Star Wars as a joke. It was funny for a few seconds, until I realized what was being discussed at the site and the subtext. My laughter soon stopped: slavery is not a joke.

Turning to the encyclopedia, we see that millions were enslaved and thousands died through the centuries when there was slavery. And, many millions of their descendents are more or less slaves even today. Is that funny? If so, then why aren't they laughing at this "joke"?

And, why would women parade their own subjugation? References are made throughout the site to "boyfriends" and how much they appreciate these bikinis. I'm sure they do: most men aren't that much evolved from the days when women were simply property. But, why would these women celebrate this? Do they think it's sexy to support them being controlled by men?

I understand that these "Cons" and this dressing-up is a good outlet for people who appear to be, to be frank, nerds. I am vaguely reminded of another sub-culture: furdom. But, at least in that no subjugation or slavery is the common theme: all animals are on the same equal footing.

The violent subtext of the photos of Julie are particularly disturbing. Is that supposed to be some kind of a "turn-on"? If so, why am I not "turned-on"?

Posted by John Ciccilini to John Ciccilini at 03:07 PM

November 28, 2005

A Mariah Carey joke

While researching a new investment in a fledgling liberal radio network, I was doing some web-searching and I ran across a site by accident. When I saw this I knew I had to pass it along to Huff and Blow readers.

Here's the setup:

Now, what movie character does she look like?



...give up?

More Mariah dissing here, and don't forget this classic interview.

Posted by Mel to Melvin Duchovny at 02:55 PM

November 25, 2005

Exopolitics, paranoia, and xenophobia

Paul Hellyer, who was Defence Minister of Canada from 1963-67, shocked the world a couple of months back when he remarked:

"UFOs, are as real as the airplanes that fly over your head... I'm so concerned about what the consequences might be of starting an intergalactic war, that I just think I had to say something... The secrecy involved in all matters pertaining to the Roswell incident was unparalled. The classification was, from the outset, above top secret, so the vast majority of U.S. officials and politicians, let alone a mere allied minister of defence, were never in-the-loop... The United States military are preparing weapons which could be used against the aliens, and they could get us into an intergalactic war without us ever having any warning... The Bush administration has finally agreed to let the military build a forward base on the moon, which will put them in a better position to keep track of the goings and comings of the visitors from space, and to shoot at them, if they so decide... The time has come to lift the veil of secrecy, and let the truth emerge, so there can be a real and informed debate, about one of the most important problems facing our planet today."

I actually agree with most of his statements. We do need to worry about what our government isn't telling us, and we do need to worry about these weapons and these bases. And, we definitely need to worry about the Shrub starting yet another war, this time of the intergalactic kind.

However, that's where my agreement with him stops. I find his remarks to be extremely xenophobic, sensationalist, paranoic, and, well, downright specist.

Yes, there are UFOs. And, yes, there are advanced civilizations other than our own. But, we have no proof that they are war-like or mean us harm! In fact, would we be here now if they meant us harm?

It's a big universe out there, and I happen to think those civilizations will be just like our own. And, probably even better. There is no doubt we could learn much from them. And, think of their no doubt wonderful customs! What wondrous foods and goods and products are outside even our wildest imaginings? What wonders of the far-off corners of the universe would these visitors from afar bring us? And, bear in mind that those beings - whether humanoid or not - would probably be related to us in some distant way. We have nothing to fear except the fear of our far-off cousins from space.

Posted by Ariadne to Ariadne at 10:42 PM

Bollywood: the world outside your door

There's a parallel universe out there, folks, and it's bigger than our own: Bollywood. That's the word for the Indian (as in East India) movie industry, and they manage to output about 10 times as much product per year as we do. They have their own stars, superstars, and megastars. For every Brad Pitt, there's three or four Shahid Kapurs. And, for every Jennifer Aniston, there's two or three Kareena Kapoors. That's the beauty pictured to the right.

And, they have their own controversies. Last year in August, Kareena was Going great guns, as The Hindu put it. Then, just a few months later, she was "caught in the act" with Kapur. And, the wheel rolls on.

I know that many Americans have misperceptions and bigotries against Indians, and I wish they'd get over them. Perhaps a fine Indian meal, followed by a screening of a few of Bollywood's top hits, could be used to combat those prejudices.

Posted by Ward to Ward Beecher at 08:40 PM

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