Wednesday, January 28, 2009

W&F: Stewart and Pounded Puppies

Hello everyone!

My head is feeling much better than it did 24 hours ago. That sounds like if could be a Win! Speaking of which, let's bring it back!

Daily Win and FAIL!

Win: The Daily Show


Here, Jon Stewart proceeds to do what he does best, and that is to provide a platform for our elected officials to make fools of themselves. The guy from Iowa in particular crosses over into Loony-land by suggesting that Khalid Sheikh Mohammed might be let loose on a technicality and somehow apply for US citizenship. It's the same old tired "Be afraid--be very, very afraid" crap that these imbeciles are known for. He skillfully manages to combine "Fear the Muslim terrorists!" with "Fear the foreign immigrants invading your neighborhood!" I guess he couldn't find a way to tie Guantanamo to gay marriage. FAIL!

Oh wait, this was supposed to be a Win! Sorry, but I do a much better job at complaining. Anyway, this Daily Show clip is a Win!

FAIL: "Pounding" puppies

This is completely messed up:
Oregon couple sentenced for sexually abusing German shepherd

Story Published: Jan 28, 2009 at 10:28 AM PST
By Associated Press

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A southern Oregon couple who videotaped themselves having sex with a German shepherd mix were sentenced Tuesday to 60 days in jail and ordered not to own animals during their two years on probation.

Steven Baker, 54, and Kim Baalbergen, 50, of Klamath Falls pleaded guilty to sexual abuse of an animal, a misdemeanor. Prosecutor Cole Chase said be believes it's the first time anyone in Oregon has been fully prosecuted under that law.

Chase said Baalbergen performed oral sex on the dog and received oral, vaginal and anal sex. He said Baker received anal sex.

Baker sold three videos for $12,000 to a company in Amsterdam. Each video netted $4,000.

"Their friends in another jurisdiction run a Web site that includes bestiality and said 'Hey, you guys can make some money doing this, and it's great fun too,'" Chase said.

The pair were lodged Tuesday at the Klamath County Jail. Following their release, they will have to perform 40 hours of community service.

The dog, Max, had to be killed.

"Because of the way it was taught to interact with people, it couldn't be placed in another home," Chase said.

(Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.)
Seriously, I can't even make jokes about this aside from the "pound" puppies joke from earlier. I wouldn't even have made that joke, but I spent over 15 minutes trying to think of something to put there that wouldn't attract perverts who are into getting it on with Rover, and so that's all I could come up with.

This whole thing is nauseating, and the worst part (out of many bad parts) about it is that the poor pooch had to be put down.

Yet these people are only spending 60 days in jail with two years probation. Meanwhile, people caught with small amounts of pot are getting life sentences, thanks to the "three strikes you're out" laws. A 17-year-old tested positive for pot while on probation for stealing $2 at gunpoint, and now he's serving a life sentence. But these two sacks of crap abuse an innocent dog that had to be put to sleep, and they get a slap on the wrist. Maybe Jon Stewart is dead wrong, and maybe our system of justice has indeed failed. FAIL!

fail owned pwned pictures

Sorry, but when I saw this photo, I had no choice but to post it. Would you expect otherwise?

Rob

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4 Comments:

Anonymous Greg said...

.........................utterly speechless. I was going to give you this to use for a "Fail", but compared to those sick bastards it is pretty tame.
Oh well, I'm here so I'll do it anyway. Remember that great actor who was in Gladiator and sang his own songs in Walk The Line? I speak, of course of Joaquin Phoenix.
Pray this is some Andy Kaufman like stunt
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LieYeCudbQ8

9:43 AM, January 29, 2009  
Blogger Rob said...

Hello Greg!

Well, that clip was something else. If it's an Andy Kaufman thing, it's hysterical, especially considering people in the audience go crazy with applause and cheering at the end as if it was the greatest thing they've ever seen. Tools.

Rob

9:52 AM, January 29, 2009  
Anonymous Greg said...

Hey, you made the NY Times...kind of.

http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/28/dining/28bacon.html?no_interstitial

10:45 AM, January 29, 2009  
Blogger Rob said...

Hello Greg!

Hey, I'm famous!...kind of.

Rob

11:46 AM, January 29, 2009  

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