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Less than 13 hours Eastern Standard Time and Obama is through!

Berry-the-hoodlum and his Illegal Pinche Pendejos

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Adios Mamachinga !!

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If you know anything about Pakistani porn or vaginas then you are quite familiar with my newly nascent opinion of “journalists”

Until there is a reformation, restoration and reconstruction in this industry on the magnitude of what is required of Islam, the scare quotes are justified.

In this day and age of “news” being entertainment and the only news that matters is what pertains to entertainers, forever may the two be conflated, we here at TMQ2 proudly salute,

TED BAXTER: AN AMERICAN HERO

Some little known facts about Ted;

When he asked out the prom queen she shot him down.

His favorite TV show as a kid was Whirlybirds.

He encouraged his daughter to get naked and have public sex for Lena Dunham so he wouldn’t be thought of as a helicopter parent.

He was the inspiration and role model for TV heart-throb Brian Williams.

Brian, in case you haven’t heard, has just been awarded an official TMQ2 invitation to:

SHUT THE FUCK UP

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For All You Beer Lovers Out There!

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Armageddon – World’s Strongest Beer!

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Obama Fails

The stimulus shares one major element with every other program this administration has come up with: they have all been tried before, and they have all failed. }} more…

Perhaps more beer-drinking sessions will do the trick.

Perhaps more beer-drinking sessions will do the trick.

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Beer drinkers sue to stop InBev-Bud merger
They contend deal would create a monopoly in United States brew market

ST. LOUIS – Ten angry beer drinkers are trying to derail the largest brewery takeover in history.

The group filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday claiming Belgium-based InBev’s $52 billion purchase of Anheuser-Busch Cos. Inc. would violate U.S. antitrust law if completed as planned in the coming months.

The suit, filed in Anheuser-Busch’s hometown of St. Louis, does not seek financial damages but asks a judge to block the deal. The Department of Justice often reviews large acquisitions to determine if they are legal under U.S. law. But attorneys behind the lawsuit said they want to halt the deal regardless of the verdict in Washington.

“The Justice Department can do whatever they want. They have no absolutely no effect on private actions,” (more…)

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This Bud’s for You

Beers brewed in Holland have become wildly popular recently, especially among Americans. That’s why Anheuser-Busch, Budweiser’s brewers, just announced it’s to be sold to In-Bev, a Dutch company, flush in money from sales in America, but hungry to expand throughout our mega-market.

But at least we still own our bourbon manufacturers. For instance,Wild Turkey, revered by bourbon officianados for it’s taste and its quintessential American taste, is, wait one cotton-picking minute…did you know the Wild Turkey company is part of the beverage company Pernod Ricard of France? And did you know the Arabs wanted to buy the company, just to stick it in every red-blooded American’s eye, but due to Islamic prohibitions against alcohol, the alcohol-loving hypocritical mega-rich Arabs had to use the money to fund terrorists instead?

What’s the world coming to?

Heavens-to-Betsy!

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You know those Survivor Guy Shows on TV?

Since I know what’s edible and what’s not, I told my kids that guy didn’t know what he was talking about. They knew deep in their hearts that I knew better than the nature faker, but this ought to put the last nail in that guy’s coffin:

Last summer, the Discovery Channel temporarily suspended airing its hit survivalist show Man vs. Wild. The producer admitted that the protagonist would get help from staff or spend nights in hotels — all along claiming to rough it alone in the world’s most inhospitable places. Yet, Man vs. Wild was not the first high-profile case of possible “frontier fakery.”

In August 1913, Joseph Knowles, a former Boston Post illustrator, one-time trapper, hunting guide and Navy man, went into the Maine woods on a solitary retreat. Starting out with nothing, not even clothes, Knowles thrived for two months by catching fish, gathering roots and berries, and killing game, the Post recounted in frequent updates.

Knowles’ feat was touted as a “scientific experiment” to demonstrate that humans could still make it when deprived of the conveniences of modern life. He was a short-lived media sensation.

But soon after Knowles’ triumphant return to Boston, another newspaper printed an exposé: Knowles had received help all along. He had spent time drinking beer at a lodge. And the bear skin he sported during many public appearances hosted bullet holes. Motavalli enriches the narration with historical context. But perhaps more important, Motavalli explores the enduring significance of the wilderness in American culture.

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From Jewish Week:

Salah Uddin Shoaib Choudhury is not a household name in our community. But it should be.

Choudhury, 42, is a journalist in Bangladesh whose support for Israel and criticism of Islamic fundamentalists has led to his imprisonment and torture at home. His trial for sedition, blasphemy and treason — he is accused of being a Zionist spy — resumes this month and he faces a possible death sentence. (more…)

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Video: Why Men Have Sheds

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