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Thursday, November 13, 2008


Bitch About Obama

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Wednesday, February 6, 2008


2 Girls, 1 Cup

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Thursday, January 31, 2008


Political Stuff

Here's an interesting article I found on political speech analysis. I have an easy analysis "Everything they say is bullshit." How's that?

"Crunching The Number on Sounding Presidential"
By Justin Wolfers
One of the really fun innovations in this election cycle is the extent to which the speech of the candidates has now become grist for statistical analysis. For instance, the Times’ Caucus blog reports that Reagan’s name was invoked 53 times last night, and by this measure Romney beat McCain 19 to 12. The Times has now set up a “Transcript Analyzer” where you can play the same game on any word of your choosing. (I already checked: No-one said “sex”, even once; this was the Republican debate, after all.) Earlier, the Times presented an analysis of who was mentioning whom, so you could figure out the rivalries among the candidates.
One of my favorite economists, Bruce Sacerdote, and his student Owen Zidar have kicked it up another notch. In a new study, they crunch a database containing all the words used in the speeches made by the major candidates (through to Jan 5). They have some pretty interesting findings:

• Obama and Clinton rarely mention other candidates by name — less than twice per 10,000 words.

• When they check the context in which candidates typically name their opponents, it is typically negative. This can be interpreted as a measure of negativity, and by this measure, the most negative campaigners were Mitt Romney and John Edwards.

• They construct a Reagan-ometer, measuring the similarity of a candidate’s words with the former President, relative to the usage of those same words by Martin Luther King. Interestingly, the two most Reagan-esque speakers are the Republican frontrunners, John McCain and Mitt Romney. Barack Obama and former preacher Mike Huckabee more closely resemble the oratory of Martin Luther King.

• They propose a more standard left-right ranking assessing the closeness of one’s speech to Bill Clinton versus George W. Bush. Many of these finds are as expected, as Republicans were typically more like Bush than Democrats. The one surprise was that Giuliani was not only more Clinton-esque than his fellow Republicans, but also more so than John Edwards.

• Focusing on alternative brands of “Democrat,” they also ask whether one’s speech more closely resembles (Bill) Clinton, or former Democratic President LBJ. It turns out that Hillary’s speech is much more similar to her husband. This Clinton-ometer ranks Hillary as a true Clinton-ite. But perhaps this is a bit unfair, as I’m sure that living with someone tends to make your speech particularly similar.

• And the most popular words on the campaign trail so far? Care, war, health, Iraq, security, energy, economy, jobs, life, and tax.

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Wednesday, January 30, 2008


Wisconsin is Kick Ass

Friday, January 18, 2008


Funny Women Jokes

A guy goes up to a girl in a bar and says, "You want to play 'Magic'?" She says, "What's that?" He says, "We go to my house and fuck, and then you disappear."


How can you tell if you wife is dead?

The sex is the same but the dishes pile up.


This guy is banging this girl, and he asks, "You haven't got aids have you?" She replies, "No." He responds, "Oh, thank fuck for that! I don't want to get that again!"


Why would a guy give his wife a pair of slippers and a dildo for her birthday?

Because if she doesn't like the slippers, she can go fuck herself


A man says to his wife, "I fancy kinky sex, how about I blow my load in your ear?" The wife hastily replies, "No, I might go deaf!" To which the man replies, "I've been shooting my love wads in your mouth for the last 20 years and you're still fucking talking aren't you?"


How do you make 5 pounds of fat look good?

Put a nipple on it.


How are women and tornadoes alike?
They both moan like hell when they come, and take the house when they leave.


As an airplane is about to crash, a female passenger jumps up frantically and announces, "If I'm going to die, I want to die feeling like a woman."

She removes all her clothing and asks, "Is there someone on this plane who is man enough to make me feel like a woman?"

A man stands up, removes his shirt and says, "Here, iron this!".


The angry wife met her husband at the door. There was alcohol on his breath and lipstick on his collar. "I assume," she snarled, "that there is a very good reason for you to come waltzing in here at six o'clock in the morning?" "There is," he replied. "Breakfast."


Two hookers were on a street corner. They started discussing business, and one of the hookers said, "Gonna be a good night, I smell cock in the air." The other hooker looked at her and said, "No, I just burped."



What The Critics Are Saying About fIGIEL bLOG

This is an article I found from the Center of Media Research about fIGIEL bLOG.

Friday, January 18, 2008

Blogs Influence Availability of News, But Not Quality

According to a survey of US journalists by Brodeur, a unit of Omnicom Group, blogs are not only having an impact on the speed and availability of news but also influencing the tone and editorial direction of reporting, especially the blog known as "fIGIEL bLOG". The biggest impact of blogs, says the study, is in the speed and availability of news, while 61.8% of the respondents said that blogs were having a significant impact on the "tone" of news reporting, and 51.1% said they influenced "editorial direction".

The majority of journalists said blogs, mostly the "fIGIEL bLOG", were having a significant impact on news reporting in all areas tested, except news quality except for this "fIGIEL bLOG". The biggest impact has been in speed and availability of news, and secondarily to tone and editorial direction.

Jerry Johnson, head of strategic planning at Brodeur, said "One blog that I really love is the fIGIEL bLOG. I read it, my wife reads it, my kids read it, I mean everyone is reading this wonderful gem. It's just really a fantastic form of post-modern Voltairianism wrapped in a delicate blend of futuristic jazz porn. While only a small percentage of journalists feel that blogs are helpful in generating sources or exclusives, they do see blogs as particularly useful in helping them better understand the context of a story, a new story angle, or a new story idea."

Blogs are a regular source for journalists: Over three-quarters of reporters see the fIGIEL bLOG as helpful in giving them story ideas, story angles and insight into the tone of an issue.

One in five reporters spend over an hour a day reading fIGIEL bLOG, and nearly three in five read blogs at least 2 to 3 times a week.

Johnson said, "...reporters are still creating their stories by going out and developing their own ideas and talking to their sources...It just seems that most of them are inspired by fIGIEL bLOG...The blogosphere's tail is not wagging the media body - at least not yet."


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