Saturday, January 22, 2011

Nobody Flashes: FEMEN...feel the heat...uh..cold..uh

Nobody Flashes:

Wow...get your goggles out guys...the women in the Ukraine are stripping just for YOU!

They want to be noticed as more than sex symbols, so, what do they do? They do just what every man in the world wants them to do, put on lovely underwear and pretty flowers in their hair and then..strip naked!

That'll show those male chauvinists!

Whole countries will be moved!

And as an added's COLD! Seven degrees BELOW Zero! (applaud here men, show some appreciation.)

These young beauties not only are cold, wet, and by the looks of them..hungry--- they dislike men so much--- they don't just stand there...they say rude things like---well here an example said in front of the Ukraine Parliament building---

"This cabinet's like a male toilet, " the activists scream, holding water bottles to their groins as though they're men in a urinal.

"What we do is we get Ukrainian and international coverage and it shows that the authorities are scared of seeing bare breasts," Gutsol says. "And the fact that they are trying to arrest us and not let us undress now proves it."

Gutsol somehow missed the train to Doctor Zavago.

The group, of which so far there are 300 strong, call themselves FEMEN. They want to get women elected. Let's hope they keep the young and pretty ones out front.

Anyone who came from the sixties remembers the feminist women over here burning bras.

Those women single-handedly hatched Larry Flynn.

Our feminists movement gave us such representatives as Hillary the Hun, Nancy the Stun, and Boxer Botox---I'm just saying. Be careful what you wish for girls.

Someday, all these girls are going to be pregnant, and wondering what happened to their grand protests.

Let's not tell em'.


Friday, January 21, 2011

Nobody Questons George Lucas

Nobody's Fool:
What do you do when some comedian comes out and tells the world that you, the greatest marketing mogul in the world, is convinced that the world is going to end in 2012?
Well, if your George Lucas, you do NOT have to put up a famous finger and say "No, I did NOT have sex with that nuclear scientist!"... get your PR department to release a denial that is so great it should be put up on e-bay and sold to the Obama team of propagandists for the democratic playbook of "How to deny anything and get away with it."
George Lucas is Nobody's Fool.
“He was not serious when he talked about the
end of the world in 2012 but he is an adamant believer that the world is flat, that Stonehenge was built by aliens, and that the sun revolves around the Earth,” Hale said. “These are among the many subjects he commonly discusses at length with Elvis, who he’s going to digitally insert into Indy 5 along with a roster of famous dead actors.”

A fine answer if ever there was one.
But...according to Seth Rogen, a comedian who listened to over a half hour of dire Lucas warning about the upcoming destruction of the tectonic plates moving around,..I am really wondering...does he really believe it? And more importantly, what does he know that we do not?
He might have something here. As you can see from this picture of the disintegrating Islands of the World in Dubai...plates ARE shifting...along with an awful lot of sand.

Nobody Notes that anyone who ever heard the tale of the three little pigs can tell you that building multimillion dollar islands made up of foreign and very poor construction workers on man-made islands IN the middle of the Ocean...might not work too well.
Most of us nobodies in the world thought, "Oh, that'll work."
But, let's just wasn't those poor underpaid slaves of globalization's fault. Let's say, the plates are shifting, and he's right.
In that case, I have one question to ask Mr. Lucas.
Nobody: Gee Mr. Lucas, if you are correct that means that we have less than a year to live, and SINCE you are NOT going to need all that money...and SINCE redistribution is the new popular fashion, then perhaps you could find it in your heart to buy me this Super yacht.
It's for SALE! For only $75 million!
After all, somebody is going to have to stay here on earth while you and Spielberg fly away on your spaceships.
Al Gore says Greenland will be destroyed...but SOMEBODY has to save that poor Shtick of Dubai (see picture) who has the only house left standing in the Island of Greenland, in the World of his sinking Dubai. I'm sure the ruler of Dubai will be glad to see my yacht pulling in to save his sorry ...(put in your favorite body part here) and I will be sure and tell him, next time he wants to go building islands in the sand, he should contact YOU first, and finance the next George Lucas :"It's the end of the universe but Yoda will be there to guide us."
2012 needs a sequel..don't you think? Mars tectonic plates are moving as we speak.


Thursday, January 20, 2011

Nobody Flashes New Nobody News

Nobody Flashes: Due to the fact that I am trying to get on a much better blogsite...for the next few nights I'll be very brief...and then one reader amfortas

will be able to SEE all my nonsense MUCH better! SOON!

Oh...that's me. It's cold here. I am .....prepared.


Wednesday, January 19, 2011

China Rising...and Taking Over


Nobody Wins: Nobody is talking about it, but to this nobody, China took the final step to formalizing her global conquering today...Hu Jintao came, and conquered the United States without a blow.
Lao Tzu be proud.
Our "President" Obama was the broker, but evidently he didn't do a good job by the look on his face during the press conference.
Hu Jintao flew into Washington today, to work out the final agreements between our multinational companies, and the price he demands for letting them sell their goods in China.
And the price? America.
This paragraph from WND sums WHY America is being sold to China:
Our multinational companies still invest, of course - just not at home. A study by the Business Roundtable and the U.S. Council Foundation found that the share of the profits of U.S.-based multinationals that came from their foreign affiliates had increased from 17 percent in 1977 and 27 percent in 1994 to 48.6 percent in 2006. As the companies' revenue from abroad has increased, their dependence on American consumers has diminished. The equilibrium among production, wages and purchasing power - the equilibrium that Henry Ford famously recognized when he upped his workers' pay to an unheard-of $5 a day in 1913 so they could afford to buy the cars they made, the equilibrium that became the model for 20th-century American capitalism - has been shattered. Making and selling their goods abroad, U.S. multinationals can slash their workforces and reduce their wages at home while retaining their revenue and increasing their profits. And that's exactly what they've done.
And who did Hu Jintao want to meet? Do you really think he gives a hoot about Obama? No. Obama is just a side kick.
Here's what was reported on Drudge:
Chief executive officers from Microsoft Corp. and Goldman Sachs Group Inc. will be among the corporate leaders the Obama administration is bringing together today for a meeting with Chinese President Hu Jintao aimed at expanding U.S. business interests in China.
(Let's talk about Goldman Sachs. Since the "meltdown," Goldman Sachs had the most profitable quarter ever, snatching business away from weakened rivals. Goldman Sachs donated four times more money to Obama's election than to McCain. And let's not forget that Bush made Henry Paulson, the former President of Goldman, our secretary treasury. a man who spends more time in China than most people do in their bathrooms. Goldman Sachs people are all over our government in high posts. Enough for me to suggest a name change to GSUSA)
CEOs Steve Ballmer of Microsoft and Lloyd Blankfein of Goldman will be joined by General Electric Co.’s Jeffrey Immelt, Jim McNerney of Boeing Co. and 10 other U.S. business leaders for the meeting, the administration announced.
(This is all about GE, Microsoft, and Boeing, getting their products into China. FREE TRADE? Right, these men could care less about American workers. It's all about their short term profits.)
Also invited to the meeting were Westinghouse Electric Corp. CEO Aris Candris; former Sybase Inc. chief executive John Chen; Coca-Cola Co. chief executive Muhtar Kent; DuPont Co. CEO Ellen J. Kullman; Greg Page, CEO of Cargill Inc.; John Thornton, chairman of HSBC Holdings Plc’s North American division; David Rubenstein, co-founder and managing director of Carlyle Group; Paul Otellini, Intel Corp. CEO; and Dow Chemical Co. CEO Andrew Liveris.
(Are you starting to see the pattern here? Do you REALLY think we are going to bottle coke, make light bulbs here and export them? )
Hu will travel later in the week to Chicago, where U.S. and Chinese companies will announce about 40 agreements, the Chicago Council on Global Affairs said.
(Yeah, go see the Godfather.)
China has no intention of playing fair. We are going to be "mined" just like every other country in the world. Phyllis Shavley says it the best:
China has a communist government, so the Communist Party is in the driver's seat. China can violate with impunity all international law and trade agreements, slap taxes and regulations on U.S. plants in China, compel U.S. corporations to give their trade secrets and manufacturing know-how to Chinese competitors and force Americans to keep silent about the unfairness of it all.
Our companies no longer think in governments. Just profits. For the first time at the G-20 meeting in South Korea, the CEO"s of the world had their meetings next door. They have enough power to make Congress outlaw lightbulbs, and Mickey's copyright to go on forever.
Like the politician, they do not have to obey the laws either.
If America dies and comes under China rule....what's it to them?. Even Glenn Beck had a man on who suggested to Americans that we all learn Chinese. And he said it what?
China got Bill Clinton to give them many of our military secrets through the Commerce Department. Boeing sold them our super computers and military hardware.
It's all about the money. And Clinton will be in Chicago with Rahm, to meet Hu.
Locally, I am really starting to see the takeover...for instance:
I remember growing up here in St. Louis, and TWA was King of Lambert Field. They had a major hub here, and you could take TWA to anywhere in the world, and even get a meal, pillows, cards, peanuts...and pick the seat next to the window.
When TWA left town, and McDonald Douglass got bought out by Boeing, the airport became a ghost town. Nevertheless, as one major industry after another closed down, (Ford makes more money overseas than here in the US) they expanded our airport. We have probably one of the biggest airfields in the world. This airfield can hold the biggest planes ever built, and China has a lot of them.
And now we've learned WHY they kept building ...Today in the Post Dispatch it was announced how pleased Roy Blunt(R)and MS Caranhan(D) were about the fact that China Airlines are coming to make St. Louis their big hub.
I’m so pleased that China Eastern Airlines will partner with St. Louis to negotiate a trade and commercial exchange hub in Missouri. St. Louis offers the perfect location, ideal space, and a strong workforce for this hub, and I look forward to the increased agriculture and manufacturing job creation and economic development that this initiative will bring to our state
What a bunch of hooy.
Guess what's NEXT to China's big airport in St. Louis? Boeing. And next to Boeing, where once there was a HUGE Ford manufacturing plant, is now going to be filled with "space" to hold the cargo that China will fly in to be spread outover the whole country.
China was smart. They did a Reagan. They killed us with our own greed. Our multinational companies will go over there for a while, and then...China will take them over.
UNLESS...Donald Trump becomes President.
So..., Kung Fu and Merry Christmas, America. We have handed over our technology and all secrets, and help build their country up, and now they are stronger, and we have been destroyed by our own citizens. That's how I see it.
Obama said today the world should rejoice at the rising of China.
Sorry Mr. President, if I don't join in on that.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Nobody's Absurdities, No.80: Insults

Nobody Cares: I forgot what absurdity I'm's been so long since I wrote, I'm starting at 80...and here in no particular order are two major absurdities of the week.

 On Martin Luther King day, I was listening to Dr. Alveda King on the radio, and she was saying that she was at a rally in Atlanta. She went on to say how Martin Luther King's message was for all people to come together. Then she said she had just sang the "National Anthem" and the "Black National Anthem."

I had NO idea the black people had their own anthem...did you? Is that what Martin Luther
King was preaching...separation of the blacks and whites? At the end of the song, are the words,
"May we forever stand, True to our God, True to our native land."

You're guess is as good as mine as to what "native land" they want to stay true to, but just by making up their own National Anthem, I think we can guess.

Also, this picture, taken on Martin Luther King day, where the statue of George Washington, sort of supports it.

Alveda, evidently sees no problem with this, but to this nobody, it's absurd.

Another absurdity is the fact that Martin Luther King is going to get his own memorial right in the middle of the National mall, with a 28 foot statue of himself, made in China. Of course, the unions over here are protesting that the Chinese are going to come over and put it up, with all the unemployed over here who could do it.

What I think is even more absurd is that John Adams should have had a memorial put up long BEFORE Martin Luther King. If not for John Adams, the ONLY founder who had no slaves, and who's son made it possible for slavery to even be discussed in Congress...who knows how long slavery would have continued?

Where's his memorial?

 The big splash last night was just how rude and crude said British comedian, Ricky Gervais was to the rich and beautiful Hollywood crowd. Most of the nobodies watching the whole thing, found him refreshing and if not always funny..we secretly enjoyed the ruthless satire, mainly because most of the Hollywood crowd has put down the tea party, and are flaming liberals, and think nothing of insulting the masses who go see their movies.

Ricky made fun of just about everyone in the room.

He introduced actor (and hell-raiser) Robert Downey Jr. by saying: ‘Many of you in this room
probably know him best from the Betty Ford Clinic and the Los Angeles County Jail.’

Robert was really insulted by Ricky even mentioning that he had a sordid past. And yet...he went on to claim he had slept with every single women who had been nominated for the award he was presenting.

I don't get it. Robert Downey can basically insult men's wives, but no one sees any problem with it.

I guess it's a group thing. Like the Rappers I suppose, who can say the "N" word, but if you're white you cannot. If you're not part of the rich Hollywood crowd, you cannot insult them when they are getting awards on how great they all are.

But not everyone at the awards was a snob...Brit Christian Bale said he didn’t feel Gervais pushed the envelope far enough and added: 'Thank God for comedians, they have the most important job. I hope he keeps going further!'

The Brits are sticking together.

So, what I wanna know is: Do the blacks in Britain have a National Anthem of their own? Do they sing "God Save the Black Queen?"

I'd love to see Ricky Gervais on a Black Movies Awards show....but I don't think that will happen anytime soon.


Monday, January 17, 2011

Nobody's Perfect: Ron Reagan Jr.

Nobody's Perfect: The last time I really felt the country was in good hands, was back when Ronald Reagan was President. Jobs were plentiful at that time, and the country was full of hope.

As I recall, the country starting turning sour after the first Gulf War. As I watched the oil tankers burning in the sand, and watch while Daddy Bush bought our boys home, leaving Saddam in his magnificent mansions, I got the feeling that..America was just not going to be the same.

So, when Ron Jr. came out last week, damaging the name of his father to sell his book, I just had to let him have the whole Nobody's Perfect column all by his 14-year old self.

That's how I see him. A big overgrown 14- year old, who's mad at dad.

Ron reported that he knew his dad had Alzheimer's when he saw him in a debate during his last four years in office. It was as if to imply just how ashamed he was of his "not very bright" father, and that the country was actually in danger.

As if we are not now.

Gee Ronnie--- let me help you out here. Let's suppose we take your Dad's own words, and let's ALSO go on your assumption that your father wasn't playing with a full deck, and then put Obama's own words(your favorite President) up against your dad, Ronald Reagan, in a debate.

We'll even tie one Alzheimer hand behind his back...just to be fair to you.

DEBATE: Obama VS Reagan.

Commentator- Thanks everyone for coming tonight to the debate of ideals. President
Obama...since you won the coin toss, we'll start with you.

Question- Recently Mr. President, you have not only signed a START treaty with Russia, you are also making major cuts in our military all around. Do you think this is wise?

Obama- Let me say...uh...uh...uh... Now we're in the midst of not just advocating for change, not just calling for change - we're doing the grinding, sometimes frustrating work of delivering change - inch by inch, day by day. (Typical of liberals...they never answer the question directly.)

Reagan- Well,...(looks at Obama and smiles) Prince David... Government's first duty is to protect the people, not run their lives. We don't need to change America, America was just fine until you decided to change it. We're in greater danger today than we were the day after Pearl Harbor. Our military is absolutely incapable of defending this country.

Question- Right now, President Obama, the Congress is trying to get your HealthCare repealed. Many are starting to report that the cost of your plan to this nation will destroy it. How do you feel about that?

Obama- uh...uh...But if you - if what - the reports are true, what they're saying is, is that as a consequence of us getting 30 million additional people health care, at the margins that's going to increase our costs, we knew that.

Reagan- Government is like a baby. An alimentary canal with a big appetite at one end and no sense of responsibility at the other....

Question- People are worried about the economy, President Obama...have you any plans to get us out of this recession:

Obama- I think when you spread the wealth around it's good for everybody.

Reagan- Government's view of the economy could be summed up in a few short phrases: If it moves, tax it. If it keeps moving, regulate it. And if it stops moving, subsidize it. Inflation is as violent as a mugger, as frightening as an armed robber and as deadly as a hit man.
And that's exactly what you are doing...(Reagan looks at Obama and looks if he is trying to remember his name.)

Recession is when a neighbor loses his job. Depression is when you lose yours.

Question- We understand that you call many of the American people tea baggers. They ARE upset. Nancy Pelosi calls them Astroturf. How do you really feel about this part of America?

Obama- It's not surprising, then, they get bitter, they cling to guns or religion or antipathy to people who aren't like them or anti-immigrant sentiment or anti-trade sentiment as a way to explain their frustrations.

Reagan- There you go again! I know in my heart that man is good. That what is right will always eventually triumph. And there's purpose and worth to each and every life. These are the very heart and soul of our republic.

Commentator- Well, in the end I'd like to thank you both for coming here tonight..

Obama- more thing I'd like to say. We must tone down our conversations in view of the Arizona killings...

Reagan- We must reject the idea that every time a law's broken, society is guilty rather than the lawbreaker. It is time to restore the American precept that each individual is accountable for his actions.

Obama- Uh...well, I am here to fundamentally change America!

Reagan- To sit back hoping that someday, some way, someone will make things right is to go on feeding the crocodile, hoping he will eat you last - but eat you he will. Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same. for this debate...Prince...(Reagan looks confused) Bubba...

Obama- My name is BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA. (He says in anger)

Reagan- Oh? Well then, yes I know, I am just verifying that. But...I don't think I can trust you, and neither should the America people.

(Nobody Makes this stuff up.)

Fundamentally speaking, all of us get a bit forgetful when we get older, and it's almost always the trivial stuff, but the important lessons of our lives never leave.

I'd put a President who may have forgot little trivial things, but got all the important things right, up against a President who never forgets anything, but gets all the important things wrong..any day of the week.

But, leave it to Ron's brother Michael, to sum it up nicely:

"What a way for Ron to say Happy 100th Birthday Dad. Ron, my brother was an embarrassment to his father when he was alive and today he became an embarrassment to his mother,"

Ron, you may not be perfect, but we wish you'd try a little harder.


Sunday, January 16, 2011

Nobody is Leaking the Facebook Global Revolutions

Nobody's Opinion: What do Facebook, WikiLeaks, and Tunisia have in common?

I was thinking of this while watching the Golden Globes tonight. The movie, The Social Network, which explains the life of FaceBook inventor, Mark Elliot Zukerberg, won Best Picture of the Year, last night at the Critics Awards, and again tonight at the Golden Globe,

It was a surprise to me. I haven't seen it, but right now, I have 49 "friends" on FaceBook that are waiting for me to "answer" their query.

I have had maybe five comments on my Townhall blog of three years...but 49 FaceBook queries...on an empty page. No info. Go figure.

But that's the point isn't it? I only started my FaceBook page because I HAD to get one, in order to get the FACEBOOK page of a friend.


BUT...there is one thing man has in common all over the world, and that's the longing to be recognized. To this nobody, unless you have something to sell, or are running for office, or LOTS of friends and family...FaceBook is a colossal waste of time.

I'm evidently not alone in my disinterest. Jesse Eisenberg, the actor that portrayed Zukerberg in the movie has said, "I don't have a Facebook page because I have little interest in hearing myself talk about myself."


Zukerberg was made Man of the Year by Time Magazine, and I was wondering why. After all, it's just a program...where billions of people all over the world can connect and say mostly trivial stuff about themselves. It's also a place where people can get nasty, and bully---and cause young men and women to commit suicide.

And now it's being reported that it's a powerful force revolutions.

Mmmmmmm....I'm beginning to see the "value."

So, why do the "elite" love this man of FaceBook? Is it because he gives away his money, like Gates and Buffet? Obama has said, ever the Marxist, that there is a point at which you have

Or is it because in the global elites are really scared, and the more information they have on every single person walking the planet, the safer they feel?

This week, it was said about the riots in Tunisia, that it is a young population – one in five are 15 to 24, they are well-educated, mix with tourists and use FaceBook.

And add WikiLeaks to the Tunisia mix.

" WikiLeaks helped inspire the overthrow of Ben Ali, but the content of the cable was considered so damaging to the regime that it tried to block the websites where it was displayed."

It seems that WikiLeaks reported on the rich lifestyle of their much hated Queen. She evidently had frozen yogurt flown in from St. Topez. She owns mansions, while her people face joblessness and high food prices.

Sound familar? As we watch our own President and wife spent billions of our dollars, talking endless vacations while our people lose homes and jobs, we can certainly relate. Obama once ordered a pizza from St; Louis to be delivered. I don't see much difference.

BenAli, the ruler of Tunisia and his queen have vanished to another country in fear of their lives.

And now, there is another worry:

Ben Ali was Tunisia’s intelligence chief, with notoriously close ties to the CIA, before he moved to overthrow the in Egypt, the octogenarian President Hosni Mubarak will have held power for three decades this year, and is getting set to install himself for another term. In Algeria, the shadowy military regime survived a brutal civil war against radical Islamists in the 1990s, but now faces new unrest. In Jordan, the authority of the Hashemite dynasty has been undermined by dissent among influential retired generals and protests among the tribes that were its traditional base of support. Yet all these regimes are considered important allies of the West just the way they are, and no one has any idea they might be replaced, or when, or by whom.

History has shown, when people are starving, and the food prices are too high, revolution comes naturally. It's what happened in the French Revolution.

And in that light, it may just be why we have over 40 million people on food stamps. Just think if all those people were starving?

FaceBook would crash.

Can riots happen here? Well, our Presidents and Congress are made up of the richest people in the country. They live above our laws. And we pay for their mistakes and waste.

But so far, Americans are well feed. Many of us are obese. Keep the cows fat and happy.

But if food prices go up here...and welfare runs out...and Van Jones and Francis Piven call for revolution...will we go on FaceBook and complain?

And if and when the government manages to take over the internet. who is the best man to have on their side?

Yeah, I'd give Zukerberg more awards too..