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Posted by Realist on October 26, 2006 – 11:43 pm

OK, we’ve got the all clear courtesy of Snopes. That’s right people, you may now return to your Vegemite sandwiches, it’s safe. There is no FDA ban on Vegemite.

That shit is vile, though, why anyone’d want to eat it I do not understand.

And that’s about all the good news there is. Well, no, polls are looking good for removing a lot of repugs. Still, we all know how things can change. Or be changed.

And there’s plenty of crappy news out there. W signing a 700-mile border fence into law, Rush the drug addict claiming that Michael J Fox is faking his Parkinson’s symptoms for political purposes, the death toll in Iraq is the worst in a year, Darth Cheney still walks among the living. I could go on, but I’m depressing myself.

From the wingnut in Pennsylvania we have (courtesy Salon.com War Room):

In what his campaign is billing as his “Gathering Storm” address, Rick Santorum is trying to save his Senate seat by getting voters focused on the threat of terrorism. The big finish? Santorum quotes Osama bin Laden as saying that “dealing with the pampered and effeminate Americans will be easy,” then says: “Let me tell you. With the right leadership, he’s got a surprise ahead. It won’t be easy at all.”


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  1. 1. Anntichrist S. Coulter Said:

    Huh. Coulda sworn that we’d have heard from our one Aussie and our one Kiwi on this one… I guess that they’re hibernating this time of day, give ‘em time…

  2. 2. Anntichrist S. Coulter Said:

    P.S. If you don’t get to it first, BB, soon as I get some sequential sleep, I am so fucking pissed about that half-assed back-handed slap of a fake-ass “apology” that the 400-pound child-fucking junkie piece-of-shit, offal-guzzling whore, Rush Fatfuck Limbaugh threw at Michael J. Fox, I may have to have a small hissy fit later on.

    But I would dearly enjoy seeing you take a surgical scalpel to that giant barely-walking pilinoidal cyst yourself, too. And Terrible and anybody else that would like to chime in, as well… If I were any good at Photoshop, I’d hang that fat waste of oxygen junkie cocksucker in effigy — that way it wouldn’t put such a strain on the crossbeams of the blog.

  3. 3. David Said:

    Annti, I’ll eat a freakin’ Vegemite sammich if it means we don’t haft listen to that Men at Work record ever again …

    I’m just sayin’

    DvE

  4. 4. Anntichrist S. Coulter Said:

    I’ll have you know, Bucky, that that album was one of the first prezzies that I was ever given by a guy friend, and I enjoyed it highly, jack-eyed singer and all.

  5. 5. Mentis Fugit Said:

    Coulda sworn that we’d have heard from our one Aussie and our one Kiwi on this one…

    I’d hate to disappoint, though I’m more partial to Marmite myself.

    The number one mistake you can make with those yeast extracts is to treat them like any other sandwich spread. Fact one – it is not merely not sweet, it is The Antisweet. Fact two – it is concentrated (Label!). Don’t spread it like peanut butter; the result will be unspeakable. The tiny size of the jar should be a clue.

    Some recommended ways to use *mite:

    For breakfast: hot buttered toast with the thinnest possible scraping of *mite.

    For lunch: in sandwiches, again with the thinnest possible spread, with cheese and lettuce.

    For dinner: stir a quarter or a third of a teaspoon into hot vegetable soup until it dissolves fully.

    Though if you do all of those in one day, you do have a problem.

  6. 6. Saborlas Said:

    I’ve heard that Vegimite is a good hangover cure.

    Why are all the good hangover cures foul? Why can’t someone make one out of chocolate?

  7. 7. Anntichrist S. Coulter Said:

    I dunno, Saborlas… I’ve never been that liable to have hangovers, m’self, and only when either mixing my liquors or when mixing tequila with fish sticks (long story, NOT pretty), but what always worked for me was, before you crash for the night, take three Aleve (naproxen sodium), drink an ASSLOAD of cool water (not cold, that’ll make you hurl), and sleep sleep sleeeeeeeeppp. Sure, you’ll have to get up to pee a few times, but it’s worth it, it’ll help get the toxins out.

    And m’dear Mentis, enlighten us, please — what’s a Marmite? Does it contain marmosets? ‘Cause I’ve become rather fond of the RatherGood.com marmosets.

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