May 31, 2011

Big Trouble In Little Weiner

Well, considering Rep. Weiner just dashed any reservations about his guilt, it's time to talk cock:


1) He had every intention of cheating, and has likely done so before.
2) He lied to his constituents, his state, and his country for at least 3 days.

1) Weiner shopped for wangs and found one he liked.
2) Weiner 'contractually' could not cheat.
3) His wife believes him.
4) His mom believes him.
5) Rahm believes him.
6) He lied to his constituents, his state, and his country for at least 3 days.

I don't think he sends this picture unless someone is expecting it. You don't just hope some girl doesn't ruin your career. It's possible he was in a blind heat and couldn't help himself, but I doubt it.

May 29, 2011

An Inconvenient Weiner

A hacked image or not, I decided to take a closer look at the image that was definitely posted on Rep. Anthony Weiner's Twitter feed to a young coed.

Two things strike me and they may not mean much, but who knows where this will go. Firstly, a screenshot of the image in question:

I then took the liberty of cropping the money shot from the above screengrab and brightening the image to see if anything between the model's legs or just to the right of the model would be enlightened. In both cases, we learn something.

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1) Here we see a third leg in the picture. Or, rather, a fourth leg. What we see between the model's legs appears to be the leg of a desk chair. If so, our model likely stood up from his hacker control station and snapped his willy right there. This chair could be as innocuous as one found in any number of home offices, or it could be one used to sit at a desk in a congressional office.

2) This is infinitely more interesting, but also more obscure. What we see could be wires or cracks in the floor. Remember, we see a chair's leg, so we are looking down. But I can't help but think it is something else:

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It's not entirely clear, but I see either a young farmer wielding a scythe, or a tricorn-adorned flagwaver. Is there patriotic tile or a rug in Rep. Weiner's office that can explain this figure? I've tried finding interior shots of Weiner's office and only come up with him sitting at a desk in what looks like an office chair. If it turns out that 2) is only wires on the ground, we can safely assume that they are standard black or dark brown wires, and their contrast with the floor implies the hacker's floor is beige in color, likely carpet. A dark wood or dark carpet would not contrast as sharply with these 'wires'.

Considering the tweets in question were made in the evening, and that Rep. Weiner hoped to watch a hockey game, if Weiner did send the photo himself, he likely did so from home. I have found a picture that shows navy blue carpet on the floor of Rep. Ron Paul's office. While that doesn't mean all congressional offices have blue carpet, it is just an additional push toward believing the photo was taken in Weiner's home office if he is the model.

What does this add to the #weinergate story?

* Our model stood straight out of his DESK CHAIR (likely in an office or at a computer) to pose.
** The pic was taken in a room with a CREAM OR BEIGE FLOOR:
a)Possibly a rug with humanoid figures
b)Possibly carpet or stone with wires (maybe to a laptop)

May 14, 2011

Ground Zero Mosque: Communist/Islamist Collusion?

About six months ago, I examined the artist's rendering of the proposed Park51 facility (previously known as The Cordoba House, a.k.a. The Ground Zero Mosque or GZM) and found an interesting pattern of hexagons emerges:

At first, I came to the conclusion that since the top pillar seems to be crumbling, it is highly unlikely that Muslims would create a building with the 5 pillars of Islam crumbling. So we are left with the 5 pillars of Christianity crumbling (which remains a viable theory). That is where I left this particular theory about 6 months ago - until a couple of weeks ago.

I watched a minute or so of a Sarah Palin speech at a rally in Madison, Wisconsin. A companion video showed the union counter-protest just outside the forum, and a sign that was being waved struck me:

The Solidarity Fist, or Commie pond scum fist as I call it, has been ubiquitous lately in most leftist rallies. I have seen it countless times in the last several months keeping up with the events in Wisconsin but it never meant anything more than communism to me. This time, though, instead of just seeing the pond scum fist, I saw 4 1/2 pillars. I immediately rethought my entire pillar theory, and instead of seeing the top pillar crumbling, I saw the top pillar CURLING and decided to trace the 'crumbling' pieces of the top pillar and re-paint the facade. The result is startling:

Side by side:

It's worth noting that the pond scum fist isn't upright or upside-down but angled appropriately for a pounding.

May 1, 2011

Tony Katz takes on Contessa Brewer over 'Racers'

A succinct label for unsubstantiated charges of racism against anyone, particularly conservatives, for challenging Obama on his policies and record, was long overdue. Tony Katz appeared on MSNBC with Contessa Brewer and delivered:


We've usually just called people like Al Sharpton and Soledad O'Brien (especially Curious George 3:30 mark) charlatans or race-baiters but race-baiters is three syllables and takes up too much space after a Twitter #. 'Racers' sums it up so nicely that a law of biased media was formed in its wake .

Katz's Law states: As a discussion about Obama grows longer, the probability of charges of racism approaches one.

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