Thursday, September 28, 2006 a beta test for the Fourth Reich?

As a chile after I learnt about the holocaust i always asked myself---Would I have the chutzpah to stand up to the Nazis if I lived during those times???

Looks like we're living through those times now, and I'm glad to report, the answer is a resounding NO!!!

Okay, Xanga is not the world, but it's a microcosm of what is happening on the internet.

This post and the comments it received shows a disturbing trend...

Sure, there's been restrictive communities on the internet catering to nerds and the biblehumping turds that run those sites, I've encountered those before at Dave Chappelle's site and Blog-it, which was then known as the Blogging Network...a bunch of "progressives" who don't use the so-called "N" word, but who more likely than not have thought nigger more than once...and this so-called liberating experience that is supposed to be the internet is now denigrating to the oppresive Fifties pseuber-Victorian mentality that crucified Lenny Bruce and made it taboo to shoot Elvis below the hips when he appeared on The Ed Sullivan Show...but does it go deeper than that?

TRIED three times to finish this post...but it kept going to white-screen with DONE by the "e" so what was written thrice is now lost in cyberspace!!!

Went into Xanga to see if i could cut & paste the HTML and discovered you can export it to on the next post i'll try that.....

Monday, September 25, 2006


A tribute to James Podair & Lynn Kearney...

kind of.

For those of you who grew up in Rockaway and went to P.S. 42 or Beach Channel High School and are googling for Ms Kearney and Mr Podair, like i often do...there's sort of a homage to them here:

Don't sign up for Xanga if you wanna comment on it, do so here, because i'm totally xangafucked over there!!!

So why do i keep blogging on Xanga???

If you check out the graphics i'm able to use over there, you'll see that it looks somewhat like a lysergic version of Look magazine...something i can't recapture HERE, and that's a shame.

So like my book, all my best work is wallowing in obscurity [and since i don't know how to do links like Grumpy Old Book man does on's obvious WHY i don't primarily blog from here].

Monday, September 11, 2006


Debbie Sclussel's FIFTH

i didn't know it either...but TODAY marks the fifth anniversary of when OUR favourite Al Qaedaist---Debbie Schlussel---made her Howard Stern Show debut. doesn't have that historic moment...but it does have what we New Yorkers listened to that fateful Shoah Tuesday five years ago

While i disagree with her on a lot of points, IS one of the more fair & balanced sites on the time

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