Frontier Former Editor

April 29, 2008

If Roger Ailes had any sense of decency about him . . .

he’d have the cast of “Fox and Friends” summarily executed for terminal stupidity.

Apparently, according to Dan Abrams over at MSNBC, the Fox morning crew apparently babbled on about the Lincoln-Douglas debate in the wake of Hillary and Barack contemplating their own L-D style event. The backdrop to the Fox analysis? Side-by-side photos of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass.

Let me make it easy and in terms culturally relevant to the numbnuts masquerading as morning show hosts at Fox. The Lincoln-Douglas debate involved two white men – one tall and one short, like this . . . .

April 9, 2008

And now that you ask, yes, Thunderbird has been a part of growing up . . . .

Filed under: blaxploitation, humor, whiteploitation — Tags: , , , , — Frontier Former Editor @ 3:50 am

You don’t get this kind of culture in a convenience store . . . . well, maybe some you do.

I always thought Boone’s Farm and Annie Green Springs were for wusses . . . .

December 21, 2007

Azahar made me do it . . . kind of

http://www.elfyourself.com/?id=1675682890

 

Go here

September 23, 2007

Damn. I live near Chris Crocker!

Filed under: Chris Crocker, George C. Scott, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 12:45 pm

Well, within an hour’s drive of him.

Turns out that a recent Associated Press article and pics of Mr. Crying Game 2007 show that little Crocker lives somewhere near Bristol VA. and TN and Kingsport, TN.

Sorry, but no autographs.

I still take greater pride in living 10 minutes from George C. Scott’s birthplace, however.

Compare:

George C. Scott:

Chris Crocker:

August 20, 2007

And some Christians say all Muslims are backward-assed?

Thanks to Bagel, I get another midday reminder of how enlightened some of our God-fearing Christians really are:

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Wasn’t this already done as “The Stepford Wives”?

From the Author (via Amazon.com)
“Dear Friends,

My name is Leah Kelley. Though I am the author of several stories, novellas, and novels, I am first and foremost a stay-at-home wife and mother. As far as my writing goes, romance is my passion. I grew up in the late 70’s and early 80’s with Kathleen Woodiweiss, Johanna Lindsey, Amanda Scott, all those authors who used to write the best books with alpha-male heroes. Unfortunately the romance genre has decided to “reform” itself to look better in the public eyes (more politically correct), so you no longer find those good old-fashioned romance stories. As a matter of fact, I rarely find a book on the shelf I want to read anymore. It’s so disappointing.

So I write, as I have done since I was thirteen years old. I love to create stories with strong heroes teaching and leading their feminine heroines as set up in the Bible. Men were never meant to be the wimps the world and the church have taught them to be. They were meant to lead their families, not be a joke to them. They were given authority over all in their families and with that comes the right to back up that authority. Nowhere in the Bible is authority given without the means to back it up. The Bible even says the person in authority has to give account for the ones under his authority. Do you think it would be fair to expect a husband to answer for his wife if he has no control over her actions? I don’t. That’s why I believe he has the right to spank his wife if need be.

In my stories I try to strike a balance between love and discipline. The hero has that “edge” but it is tempered with the knowledge that he loves the heroine and wants only what is best for her. To date I have completed three novels, two novellas, and a host of short stories with many more works in progress. I hope you will enjoy them.

Blessings,

Leah ”

More reading here

June 22, 2007

the white James Brown?

Filed under: GoodgodHAH!, music, Texas contortionist, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 2:23 am

You be the judge. This is what I get for browsing YouTube . . . .

May 20, 2007

Listen up Joanie baby!

Filed under: Bermuda Triangle, cool stuff, Elvis, Mojo Nixon, music, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 4:11 pm

May 14, 2007

Debbie Gibson is pregnant with my two-headed love child . .

Filed under: humor, Mojo Nixon, music, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 4:22 am

It was either this or “Elvis is Everywhere” . . .

May 11, 2007

From the man who gave us preggers Britney Spears on a bearskin rug . . .

Filed under: art or something like it, dogs, meat byproducts, muffins, Paris Hilton, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 2:39 am

comes this wonderful casting by Daniel Edwards (Reuters):

Prom queen of the dead? Guess Carl Jr.’s better pull those burger ads . . . .

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sculptor Daniel Edwards thinks Paris Hilton makes a fine subject — as prom queen of the dead in what he says is a warning against drunken driving.

The artist has created a sculpture of the 26-year-old hotel heiress and socialite naked and dead, with cell phone in hand, legs spread and crowned with a tiara.

“The Paris Hilton Autopsy” is a statement about the dangers of drunk driving just as high school prom season rolls around, said Edwards, who also sculpted a giant head of Cuban President Fidel Castro and created a life-size nude of Britney Spears giving birth on a bearskin rug.

Go figure . . .

April 29, 2006

Reasons not to take up golfing at age 43

Filed under: dumbasses, lost weekend, sports, whiteploitation — Frontier Former Editor @ 7:12 pm

1) You’re 43 – you’re gonna buy a LOT of Tylenol afterward
2) Your 14 year-old son – who’s been playing at least one year on the high school golf team – is gonna wax you, bad.
3) Course rules don’t allow you a free shot at the cart-driving golfer who decides to pull out on the fairway as you’re on your second shot so he/she can shoot his/her ball back onto the fairway two holes back.
4) That palm-frond pattern Hawaiian shirt looked cool two years ago . . .
5) Remember, renting a hand cart for your golf bag was only $1, you blithering idiot!
6) Oops, I almost hit the course’s mole-hunting dog . . .
7) Did I mention Tylenol?
8) What happened? I was shooting 180-200 yards at the driving range . . .
9) How did my son skip a ball across a 120-foot water hazard onto dry land?
10) Oh yeah . . . Tylenol!

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