How to make me vomit in three words: Letterman sex tape

Oh yes. It seems that there is a possibility:

‘Late Night’ talk show host David Letterman is finding himself in a deeper hole than he may have been prepared for.

According to sources, not only has David Letterman been busted in a sex affair scandal, betraying his wife and child, but there are reports of actual footage of David having sex with a female staff member.


“Dave apparently didn’t know the location of the security cameras at his Late Show studio.”


(h/t Jimi)

J. Crew sells “Che Guevara replica jacket”

Are you [redacted] kidding me?

Ignorance is couture:

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Do you think the families of Guevara’s victims see a dime of this money? Guevara was against freedom of speech, expression, religion, homosexuality (gays were jailed and killed) and everything else the left holds dear which makes the sale and promotion of his figure as some sort of iconic figure of the underdog piteously ironic.

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[Above] The brutal murder of Col. Rojas, who was shot to death on orders of Guevara, without the benefit of a trial.

Photo of one of Guevara’s victims from here, where you can also read a letter from one of his victim’s families. More on Guevara here.

Yet J. Crew and manufacturer Belstaff find it fitting to sell merchandise bearing a murderous thug’s name to people he’d likely have murdered.

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Founded in 1924 in Staffordshire, England, Belstaff’s exceptionally designed, hard-working and waterproof outerwear is as famous amongst serious motorcyclists as it is with fashion aficionados. Their durable classics include this heavyweight waxed-cotton jacket, a perfect replica of the one so famously worn by Ernesto Che Guevara on his legendary motorcycle journey across Latin America in the 1950s.

Ooh! Do you think they sell a Replica Hitler’s Mustache® to accessorize and complete the look?

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OMG this thing is $795 dollars. Nearly a thousand dollars to wear an over-priced jacket which bears the name of a murderer romanticized by those intellectually unable to educate themselves about Cuban history. Oh and it’s sold out. Of course it is. God bless America and liberalism.

I realize that J. Crew doesn’t manufacture this item but they did choose to carry it in their stores, sell it, and make a profit from selling it, so they bear some culpability here. Belstaff are numb to the horrors that Guevara’s victims endured and they are heinous and irresponsible for profiting off the reputation of a man who built said reputation on the backs of the dead – further subjecting his victims’ families to prolonged agony.

Shame on both counts.

(Thanks to Ken for this tip! J.Crew told him at 10am CST that the name had been changed but as of now it still is not. Regardless, a name change doesn’t erase the offense.)

Three Finger Snap Files: Cokie Roberts on Polanski: As Far as I’m Concerned, Just ‘Shoot Him’

Cokie Roberts, keeping it real:

Roman Polanski is a criminal. You know, he raped and drugged and raped and sodomized a child. And then was a fugitive from justice. As far as I’m concerned, just take him out and shoot him.

Pedophiles deserve town square mothers’ justice and we shouldn’t be afraid to hold these sickos accountable. It seems as though many in society take greater pains to protect from hurting the feelings of these animals instead of protecting our children. These child predators thrive on the indulgence of such mercy when they should be denied it.

*Not like the pansified justice that Judge John Torrence dishes. This from The Examiner:

Elwood, 38, pleaded guilty in July to three felony counts. He pleaded guilty to first-degree statutory sodomy, child molestation, and enticement of a child.

Jackson County Circuit Court Judge John Torrence accepted the guilty pleas.


Torrence suspended the sentence and placed Elwood on five years of supervised probation.

Many of the details of what Elwood admitted doing to the girl cannot be published. Too graphic.


Bette Midler: dissent like Rwandan genocide

Can Midler even spell Rwanda?

“If you look around at the rest of the world and what this kind of behavior has done, like in Rwanda, where the demagogues got on the radio and fomented all that hate between the Tutsis and the Hutus and the devastation that happened from that, I mean, it’s terrifying,” Midler said.

According to Midler, that’s a possibility in the United States.

“And that could happen, you know, you could turn on a dime,” Midler warned. “That could happen here.”

Behar reminded Midler the United States is a society that has free speech. However, according to Midler Beck isn’t exercising free speech. He exercising hate speech she maintained.

“I don’t think hate speech is so free,” Midler said. “I’m not for censorship. But I also feel like, be a human being.”

Behar explained basic civics to Midler – that what she deems “hate speech” is constitutionally protected. Midler blamed the education system for that sort of rhetoric.

“I think that the people who are educated to be civil are civil,” Midler continued. “That’s all there is to it. And people who are not educated in any way, who are just a little on the barbaric side, what can you do? But that’s the fault of the education system, I think, and the way they’re brought up.”

So dissent has gone from being patriotic to unAmerican, evil-mongering, treasonous, and now, the catalyst for genocide.

(Interesting dichotomy of thought: liberals believe that our state-run educational facilities are either the saving grace of our society or they are faulty and don’t do enough to smush “barbaric” diverse thinking.)