Archive for September, 2009

Egos Like Kanye West Behaving Badly –and What It Says About Us

Monday, September 21st, 2009 | SMASH Technology with No Comments »

Last week’s trifecta of tacky behavior –Joe Wilson, in a historic first, heckling the President before a formal address to Congress, Serena Williams screaming expletives and threats at a line-judge at match point at the US Open, and a drunk Kanye West grabbing the mike from winner Taylor Swift at the MTV VMAs—was a strangely aligned set of events that have underlined what many have suspected about social civility in the US: it is rapidly withering away. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hey, Kids! Missed the Obama Speech? Here it is!

Tuesday, September 8th, 2009 | SMASH Politics with No Comments »

Obama's Zombification of Our Children

Carolita Johnson Cartoonist Cartoon by Carolita Johnson

Hey, kids, I don’t know what the hell your nut-job parents were all upset about. The President gave a back-to-school speech this morning at a high school in Virginia, a patriotic message about dedication and personal responsibility that was beamed to all schools in this country.

Your parents thought this speech was tantamount to some propaganda shilling for Democratic social programs like that public option in the current health care fight up on Capitol Hill. This was supposed to be the speech where the force of Mr. Obama’s charisma was going to hypnotize you into becoming a free-spending and taxing Socialist, and indoctrinate you into the ways of Karl Marx. Read the rest of this entry »

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Singin’ the Songs of Summer ‘09

Monday, September 7th, 2009 | SMASH Pop Culture with 1 Comment

Summer 2009 Music

Where did Summer ’09 go? It’s Labor Day weekend and we’re already making plans to go back to school or work after our much-deserved vacations. Time to pack up all our gear and tuck away all of our memories that kept us on the beaches and parties during these past warm months of summer. With it, we remember all those songs that somehow made the summer distinctive. Read the rest of this entry »

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