Tuesday, March 13, 2007

Hey, dude, property is theft 

This guy is such a repulsive weasel you can't help but wonder whether he is really just angling for a role in Michael Moore's next feature film.


By Blogger Christopher Chambers, at Tue Mar 13, 01:09:00 PM:

I fill up at Citgo all the damn time. 1) it's cheaper, 2) the ain't in Cheney's "energy working group" hahaha, 3) (you righties should love this) it employs native born red blooded Americans indoors and among the garage mechanics, and 4) I love Chavez.

Hurricane Hugo is clowning all of you and loving every minute. Hell, if it weren't for Duh-duh-Dubya and you clowns on the right, he'd be just another blowhard bellowing into his cervesa at a Caracas strip joint. But you all managed to make made him into a star. A hero even. You sow the wind, you reap the whirlwind. Kinda like bin Laden. I was watching one of the old Tom Dalton Bond flicks (the man was underrated...he truly had an edge) and I swore I saw some guy based on our man Obama...oops, had a douchebag Ailes moment. Sorry...OSAMA, tearing into a big bag of US wheat that actually contained c-4 to use against the Soviets.

Another apology for the digression. He was mean to that lady with the Bush sticker. He should ENCOURAGE her to eat more pork rinds.

I remind you, liberals didn't cause, create, foment, stir up the political and cultural acrimony out there. Some of these liberal comments chronicled on the net ae pretty nasty, scrurrilous. But again, you reap what you sow, and it's nothign compared to the garbage I've seen on the right. That's on y'all, as my mother-in-law says. Just like you did in 1861, when things weren't going your way like brats in a sandbox.  

By Blogger Christopher Chambers, at Tue Mar 13, 01:13:00 PM:

Oops. I have sinned. I meant "Timothy" Dalton, not "Tom". Must've been thinking about Tom Fuller, a Republican friend of mine and able DOJ attorney who was on Gonzales' and the White House sack list.

And I call myself a James Bond fan?  

By Blogger TigerHawk, at Tue Mar 13, 01:43:00 PM:


Hugo Chavez is a really bad guy, and not because he mocks George Bush. He is impoverishing his country and destroying the limited freedoms that Venezuelans now enjoy. He is also propping up the Communists in Cuba with staggering amounts of aid, which is the aiding and abetting of a brutal regime that inflicts nothing but misery on its people. No, the American leftists who revere Chavez (Harry Bellafonte, Cindy Sheehan, etc.) are lending him legitimacy only because they hate Bush. In politics, it should not always the case that the enemy of one's enemy is one's friend.  

By Blogger Cardinalpark, at Tue Mar 13, 02:02:00 PM:

Chris - your proclaimed "love" for Chavez is the quintessential example of ignorance. I have no idea which side of the aisle you claim yours -- probably none, would be my guess -- but either you know zippo about Chavez and Latin American politics generally, or you reside in a disgusting philosophical sphere. Take your pick.

I've noticed your blustery, angry and insulting graffiti around here for a short time. Do you have anything worthwhile to add to the debate, or are you just killing time at the office? Or your dorm room?  

By Blogger Habu, at Tue Mar 13, 03:10:00 PM:

Honorable Mr. Chambers,
Perhaps you missed my last entry on the Helen Thomas thread. I would appreciate greatly your input into why African-Americans have turned their backs on their blood relatives in Gabon, Mauratania,the Sudan and other countries that still trade in slavery. Blacks selling blacks.
What are your insights inot why the black leadership in this country, Jesse Jackson,Al Sharpton,Harry Belefonte, Jim Brown,Kwase Imfume haven't "raised out conscienceness over this atrocity?
Have you sir, using you writing skills and publishers ever written any articles about this evil? Have you been to Africa to help your blood relatives?
Why have they been abandon by an increasingly more financial black middle class?
Please correct my understanding but from you comments it appears that you favor the likes of Mr. Chavez, who by all financial publications reporting is destroying the Venezuelan economy.
Do you similarly favor the destruction of the Zimbabwe economy by Robert Mugabe?
Can you cite for us what you have done for you blood relatives in Africa? Have you ever been to Africa to aid in any way the suffering of your blood relatives?
Very truly your,

By Blogger Habu, at Tue Mar 13, 03:25:00 PM:


There are 6 billion people on earth , give or take a few million at any one moment.
The USA now has over 300 million people. Pyschiatirc articles and books will tell us that about 20-25% of our population has TREATABLE psyciatric disorders that go undiagnosed and untreated. The blogsites have no filters capable of screening those who wish to use them as psycho-punching bags.
We can all tune in to almost any site and find unresolved rage, people using the distance as a compensatory facade to lash out without being menacing in public.
I supppose in a way it is fortunate that certain pathologies have blogs as an outlet.
In the interim if you take a detached look at some rantings they are quite amusing even if they lack sustance.

BTW..Cardinal park..are you a
Cardinal bseball fan?  

By Blogger Miss Ladybug, at Tue Mar 13, 04:09:00 PM:

After reading that linked blog post, the word that came to mind was "prick"... I guess that's another good example of why you shouldn't leave your car unattended while the tank is filling - something I have NEVER done in all my years of putting gas into a car.  

By Blogger Habu, at Tue Mar 13, 04:29:00 PM:

Miss Ladybug,
You're being too kind to the guy but you are a lady so you've gone to the edge.
When I read it I said the same thing I always say when an event happens like that.
I thank the Lord I wasn't anywhere around because my natural instinct is to right the indescretion and reinforce the civil part of civil society. Fortuneately I am 6'2" 245lbs and can still at 59 years old still bench press 300 pounds 10x. I have worked out my entire life. The Marine Corps training was a walk in the park because my father was a Marine by-the-book Colonel who brooked no ill manners around him,be the person civilian or military.
But these punks aren't worth a felony assault record so I am always thankful I'm not there. I have been "there" in my life but have always used a soft voice and charming manner in provoking the scofflaw. It unnerves them and they leave. If they don't and attack me I send them to the hospital for care and treatment.
Since I live in Florida and have a concealed weapons permit and Florida has a "stand your ground" law, which means you don't have to retreat in the face of a bully, I just do my best Dirty Harry, "make my day,punk" move.....and they do.

If your state allows concealed weapons permits get one and learn how to use it.  

By Blogger Habu, at Tue Mar 13, 04:42:00 PM:

Mister Chambers? Now where do you think that man has gone?

Yoo Hooo, Mr. Chambers, questions on threads for you, paging Mr. Chambers.
"Are you Mr. Chambers?"
"No sir, he's much smarter than me"
"Excuse me, are you Mr. Chamber, the well known author and Princeton grad?"
"Nope, not me"
"Well darn I was hoping for some of his insight into the blacks selling blacks inot slavery issue that's going on today in Africa. Oh well I guess I'll just have to wait"
(cue music) Mister Bluebird on my shoulder, it's the truth, it's actual, every thing is satisfactual,zi.......  

By Blogger Cardinalpark, at Tue Mar 13, 05:21:00 PM:

Habu - I am not in fact a Cardinal baseball fan, though I do have sporting interest in St. Louis. For another day.

I am, however, a Stanford Cardinal fan, and once upon a time, lived in Menlo Park, California.

That at least in part explains my silly moniker.  

By Blogger The Mechanical Eye, at Tue Mar 13, 05:35:00 PM:

The passage in the link you sounds like classic trolling - how convenient for the guy was it to have this bloated stereotype of Red State America to pull into the Citgo to ruin his Hugo Chavez-worshipping moment?

But that raises a bigger question - which would make him the bigger freak, that he actually stole money from that woman at the pump, or the idea that he made it up?

Some people really do need to get out of politics and into 12-step or something.


By Blogger Habu, at Tue Mar 13, 05:37:00 PM:

Cardinal Park,
I lived in Mountain View for a time and took a course or two at Stanford. A beautiful campus and beautiful area.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Wed Mar 14, 12:27:00 AM:

You loot i shoot the rule when some totten crooks are looting your place of buisness and screw the liberal wussies  

By Blogger Val Prieto, at Wed Mar 14, 10:41:00 AM:

Chris Chambers is the epitomy of what i call a vicarious communist. Expounding on all the "benefits and virtues" of communism, while living safely and comfortably in the freedoms of the US of A.  

By Blogger Simon Kenton, at Wed Mar 14, 03:28:00 PM:

Is this a Koran flushing? At the gas stations I use (never citgo), the hoses won't reach another car. Jerk jerking chain?  

By Blogger Miss Ladybug, at Wed Mar 14, 05:29:00 PM:

It is concievable that this is true - although difficult, it is possible to fill up my tank when I've pulled in on the wrong side (this happened often when I traveled for business and I had rental cars), so I can see how this could be accomplished.  

By Anonymous Anonymous, at Thu Mar 15, 12:08:00 AM:

We have absolutly positily nothing to do with these forgein tyrants and thats why we should dump the whole rotten UN  

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