Friday, November 12, 2010

Friday afternoon exploitation post: Culturally curious pictures of Katy Perry 

Yet another example of the perfidious influence of creeping sharia law on our culture.

OK, not really.


By Blogger The Conservative Wahoo, at Fri Nov 12, 04:36:00 PM:

Love one of the comments: her "chest-muffins".  

By Anonymous Ignoramus, at Fri Nov 12, 04:59:00 PM:

(NSFW!) Poll Finds Majority Of Male Voters Would Have Elected Naked Woman

Many a truth is told in jest!  

By Anonymous OLD FAN, at Sat Nov 13, 02:02:00 AM:

Something unattractive about Celebrity as a whole, or the great lengths some go to achieve it, then try to hide from it - control it when they get it.

Her new husband was truly ugly and ignorant in regards to GW Bush.

This might seem a little rough, but as time moves on, and age sets in, look for Ms. Perry to be trying to excercise more and more. Doesn't seem she will be able to rely on musical talent.  

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By Anonymous Locker Room, at Sat Nov 13, 07:23:00 AM:

Not familiar with Ms. Perry's work, but I have heard of her. My impression was she's a Lohanesque B-movie bad-girl, but apparently she's some sort of singer. She has a right nice shape going - one can vouchsafe that when she meets her Maker, it will not be for having drowned face down. Those are heroic blouse cakes.  

By Blogger Stephen, at Sat Nov 13, 10:39:00 AM:

I am guessing you have a thing for Katy Perry.  

By Blogger vza, at Sat Nov 13, 02:15:00 PM:

Will you be commenting on this:

"This week, Eric Cantor met privately with a foreign head of state to promise to undermine the foreign policy of the United States."


By Anonymous Liberal Kneejerk, at Sat Nov 13, 07:53:00 PM:

There is simply no defense for what Cantor has done here, for he is deliberately undermining the United States during a time of war, in a part of the world crucial to our success in that war, in front of an audience that does not vote in American elections. Cantor's speech is both destructive and disloyal, not because of its content -- which is as silly as it is subversive -- but because of its location and its intended audience.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Sun Nov 14, 12:38:00 AM:

Who is Katy Perry? Should I know of her?  

By Blogger Gary Rosen, at Sun Nov 14, 11:20:00 PM:

I am sure vza and Liberal Kneejerk were at the forefront of efforts to condemn Ted Kennedy for this:

Kennedy and Soviets  

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