July 29, 2005
— Ace A news editor at The Guardian has been fired over Le Affair Du Sass, apparently because the roiling schism in the paper between those who wanted the Jihadi Journalist fired and those who... well, who seemed to think it's good for "diversity" to have an anti-semetic religious-fanatic terrorist-sympathizer on the staff.
Of course, the Guardian is quite down on right-wing extremist American bloggers for making such a fuss about this.
I guess "diversity" has its limits. There's good diversity and bad diversity; good diversity is the diversity of those who agree completely with you, bad diversity is the evil diversity of people who disagree.
As Miss America opined in Bananas, differences in opinion are good, unless they become too different, in which case the holder of that opinion becomes a "subversive mother."
Funny, isn't it, that when Woody Allen made that film all those years ago, that was intended as a shot against the right wing.
Now it's the left wing most concerned about "subversive mothers." "Question Authority" has become "Listen To Us Or We Will Call You Names."
Posted by: tony at July 29, 2005 12:17 PM (98ED/)
Posted by: Justin at July 29, 2005 12:27 PM (0g1c+)
Na, just generic terrorist sympathizing liberal retardism.
I would love to see some of these asshats in a room with a crew of mouth foaming islamofacist head choppers bent on terminating them by sunset for the latest jihadist snuff film.
Once you got past all the pathetic whining, pants crapping, and sniveling life begging boot licking and the reality started to sink in, they'd be changed for the rest of their (soon to be short) lives.
For those too queasy to stick around for the "money shot" I'l allow a squad of SF to kick down the door at the last moment, hose down the bad guys, and rescue the sniveling turd...
Posted by: at July 29, 2005 01:18 PM (98ED/)
Should we name this one Goofy?
Posted by: BrewFan at July 29, 2005 03:15 PM (95UaF)
So - they've finally found it! I believe we've got a good naming convention going on here, and I seem to remember the name Charon has been bandied around for years as a good prospect for when they did finally find it. Charon if I recall correctly was the name of the ferryman who carried the souls of the dead across the river Styx. But only if you had the money to pay him, of course.
Posted by: Enas Yorl at July 29, 2005 04:29 PM (t5jXv)
Posted by: BrewFan at July 29, 2005 04:35 PM (95UaF)
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Posted by: Knemon at July 30, 2005 10:18 AM (QaHR7)
It's all comprehensible, once you understand the nuances brought about by the change of the parties' positions.
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