Friday, August 03, 2007

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 444

Someone alert the Minutemen! Call the President! Call your pastor! English First/Only is in danger!

Time Warner Cable just updated our system and we have five, count them, five Spanish stations! In AmeriKKKa!

What's worse is that AmeriKKKan companies are selling their products using the heathen Spanish tongue! The same products they advertise on English Only channels! But instead of the favored race being depicted, they use people with brown skin!

Write your congressman! Write your mayor. Boycott any product that dares to advertise in any language other than English. Remember, if English was good enough for Jebus, it's good enough for Beaners.

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Thursday, August 02, 2007

Fortress AmeriKKKa - Day 443!

Hispanic Magazine, a publication that puts undue emphasis on people with brown skin, instead of the white American hue, has named Austin as a top place in the country for Hispanics to live.

We're gonna need a wall around Austin, now.

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Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Berlin's funky Kreuzberg neighborhood teems with diverse places to eat. It has Chinese and Thai, a laid-back cafe with old sofas and dark German beer, and an Italian coffee bar with artisan-roasted beans and organic provolone.

But they don't want a McDonalds. Here's the story. Sounds like the Germans in Fredericksburg. Even though Berlin already has 40, count them, McDonalds restaurants, "Kreuzberg is a very alternative neighborhood," said Philipp Raschdorff, a spokesman for the group. "That's what distinguishes the area."

Kreuzberg, which stood in the shadow of the Berlin Wall until it came down in 1989, for years attracted Turkish immigrants, squatters and leftists. Organic grocers and twentysomethings in dreadlocks and sandals still coexist with Turkish kebab stands and immigrant women in headscarves pushing baby carriages.

Apparently Kreusberg isn't as tolerant as they like to pretend.


Tuesday, July 31, 2007

Harry Patch fought in the Battle of Passchendaele when he was 19. That was in WWI. Today, Mr. Patch is 109, and is Britain's last surviving WWI survivor. Last week, he visited the battlefield in Belgium. Mr. Patch, I salute you.

Monday, July 30, 2007

We had a good shower the other day. And we had a good parade.

Don't feel bad if you missed it. It's small. Every time East College Street floods, SUVs and pickups appear for a water splashing contest.

For those of you who may be unaware of the custom, allow me to describe it: people drive at or above the speed limit from Llano Street down East College Street to see if the vehicle will make it through the curb-deep water, and how far the water can be splashed into the the yards on either side of the street.

City pickups check the conditions, driving down East College Street with one door open to gauge the depth. When it is sufficient, high water signs are placed at East Travis and North Pine. This eliminates a similar North and South competition. Police vehicles never participate in, or even view, this competition. They just turn around and drive away.

One of my neighbors often participates in this activity, driving his pickup south on Lincoln to College Street, making a left turn, and accelerating rapidly east until high ground is reached, then turning around and driving west until he reaches North Llano Street, where he checks conditions on North Llano before returning to demonstrate his water spraying prowess a few more times before the water recedes.

So if you have a new SUV, come on out the next time it rains! We'd love to see new entrants!

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