Frontier Former Editor

March 6, 2007

The vampire’s familiar has been caught . . . .

Filed under: Uncategorized — Frontier Former Editor @ 5:18 pm

but the vampire still resides in his lair, flush with the ruddiness of his victims’ blood and foul of stench in his casket of unholy earth . . .

http://apnews.myway.com/article/20070306/D8NMQ1G80.html

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9 Comments »

  1. Where would these criminals be if it weren’t for those convenient faulty memories…

    Comment by Kindness — March 6, 2007 @ 6:32 pm

  2. The BBC reported that some of the jurors who found him guilty felt sorry for him because he had obviously been hung out to dry.

    Bela Lugosi’s not yet dead though

    Comment by Jane — March 6, 2007 @ 11:11 pm

  3. Sehr geEhrter F-Future-E

    Je suis tres Embarrassé

    In la Marchioness’s place, une Dame (Mlle Coulter) a utilisé un mot (fagot) que l’audience a trouvé tres amusant

    mais

    Je (un Rooinek innocent et ignorant comme moy) suis unable pur discouvrir le meaning de cet mot

    Le Concise Oxford Dictionary dit le mot fagot means :

    1. a bundle of sticks bound together as fuel or a bundle of steel rods

    2. a dish of liver chopped seasoned & baked

    Ai-je missé un meaning tres obvious in un Context Americain ?

    Vous estes un homme de la terre – pouvez vous explainer Mlle Coulter’s use de “fagot”

    Le vestre servant etc

    L’Aigle Gris

    PS Apologies pur la French execrable – c’est un attempt a Norman-French

    PPS Je suis reluctant pur asker la Marchioness – elle est une Lady et je suspect que cet meaning may peutetre estre unpleasant

    Je suis reluctant pur asker le nostre Ami AerChie Archive – il est un Australien et il a un no-Sheila filter (pur avoider embarrasser les Ladies), main AerChie est un Gentleman et il may ne savoir pas un meaning indelicate

    Comment by G Eagle Esq — March 7, 2007 @ 8:36 am

  4. I think she just means “Man who won’t sleep with me” when she uses that word.

    Also, ding-dong the witch is dead. Well, in reality just one of her flying monkeys, but we’re getting closer.

    Comment by raincoaster — March 7, 2007 @ 11:57 am

  5. First card fallen. Now let’s hope the trembling breeze in Washington takes down the whole damn (White) house.

    M. Aigle:
    The word M. Ann Coulter used was not “fagot” (pronounced fah-jho). It contained an extra “g”.

    However, we must make allowances for someone who idolizes George W. Bush. Possibly she was simply praising a French dish (the “bundle of sticks” usage is out of date)? Never mind what Coulter thinks (using the word at the limit of its definition) of the French.

    I can only thank the FSM she was not commenting on the Libby/Plame/Wilson scandal. Imagine the reaction should she mispronounce “Niger” the same way.

    Among the 21st century Republicans her horsiness has somehow become a “respected” and “mainstream” commentator, with regular televised appearances and seats at White House dinners and events.

    Her supporters tar themselves with a stinking brush, and I hope the American people are standing by with a supply of feathers and rails.

    Comment by Metro — March 7, 2007 @ 12:50 pm

  6. Shades of Watergate – the first card has fallen. mais, Herr G eaGle, Ich schprechen nicth das Francais. Ich sprechen nicth der Deutsch, Ich sprechen “Whitehouse” – I do not remember. [anti-sheila filter on] It is worse to stick your dick in a sheila’s mouth than it is to kill 100,000 (or is it now 1,000,000?) men women and children! [anti-sheila filter off]

    Comment by archiearchive — March 8, 2007 @ 12:37 am

  7. i hear you have to cut off their fucking heads…with this group, it’s tricky. you have to search up their ass.

    Comment by anna — March 8, 2007 @ 3:49 am

  8. M Metro “… Now let’s hope the trembling breeze in Washington takes down the whole damn (White) house”

    As Eeyore said in Winnie the Pooh, “I don’t care who you blame, as long as you don’t blame me”

    Please don’t blame the Brits – we did our best in the War of 1812 to improve Washington by burning the White House, inspired by the US example of burning Toronto

    Yr obedt Servt etc

    G E

    Comment by G Eagle Esq — March 8, 2007 @ 5:21 pm

  9. Not true. The Americans took Toronto, but after three muggings and the loss of all their hubcaps they handed it back. Unfortunately they left so quickly that they had no time to completely extinguish the communal bong that the mellow Canadian troops had welcomed them with.

    As a result, Toronto caught fire and burnt to the ground. Tragedy following upon tragedy, it was almost immediately rebuilt.

    The White house was actually fired by president Madison after he realized that George W. Bush would one day live there.

    Comment by Metro — March 8, 2007 @ 8:47 pm


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