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(Spiegel)   Salman Rushdie releases new book thanking everybody from Khomeini to bin Laden for helping him pull Jeteresque levels of top-shelf tail despite looking like your uncle the community-college history professor   (spiegel.de) divider line 11
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2012-10-08 10:48:52 AM  
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Helena Handbasket: Padma Lakshmi is not Jeteresque-level top-shelf by any means.


K2 is not as high as Everest.

But since your ass isn't climbing either of them ever it doesn't behoove you to bang on about it.
ecl
2012-10-08 02:16:18 PM  
1 votes:

Sinister 161: ecl: Sinister 161: Moopy Mac: Sinister 161: This man is no hero.

/UK tax payer waiting for him to pay us back.

He's paid more taxes than you have. A LOT more taxes than you have.

And did he agree to pay for this security? Or even ask for it?

I can guarantee that in % of income less what has been taken out that I have paid much more tax and I haven't written a book designed to anger conservative Islam and then go running to the UK government for protection when the predicted outrage occurred. He could have paid for his own protection but decided that the taxpayer should pay the bill.
He's done really well out of that fatwa, a decent human might be inclined to pay back the country that protected him from his own stupidity.

/yes I've read the book and was utterly unimpressed, literately genius he is not.

You're first sentence is nonsensical gibberish.

Then allow me to unravel it for you so you can comment on the subject not my grammer. What I meant was that if you calculated as a % of earnings the tax both I and Rushdie pay then deduct the value of the public services we used (of in his case used) I guarantee I contribute more nett to the UK than he ever will.


Do you have hard evidence to back up these claims or is this all true just because you feel like it's the truth in your heart?
2012-10-08 02:01:42 PM  
1 votes:

Sinister 161: Moopy Mac: Sinister 161: This man is no hero.

/UK tax payer waiting for him to pay us back.

He's paid more taxes than you have. A LOT more taxes than you have.

And did he agree to pay for this security? Or even ask for it?

I can guarantee that in % of income less what has been taken out that I have paid much more tax and I haven't written a book designed to anger conservative Islam and then go running to the UK government for protection when the predicted outrage occurred. He could have paid for his own protection but decided that the taxpayer should pay the bill.
He's done really well out of that fatwa, a decent human might be inclined to pay back the country that protected him from his own stupidity.

/yes I've read the book and was utterly unimpressed, literately genius he is not.


I'll be certain to carefully consider your eloquent opinions on who is and is not a "literately genius", Sir.
2012-10-08 10:45:04 AM  
1 votes:

gerbilpox: Helena Handbasket: Padma Lakshmi is not Jeteresque-level top-shelf by any means.

Yeah, knees way too sharp.

[joshsgarage.typepad.com image 293x500]


You can't even see her knees in that pic. Your argument is invalid.
2012-10-08 10:34:39 AM  
1 votes:
I had no idea sci-fi author K.W. Jeter got that much action.Q
2012-10-08 10:31:29 AM  
1 votes:
You ever take a dump and throw up on your dick?

/CODY!!
2012-10-08 10:06:02 AM  
1 votes:

ecl: sprawl15: [imageshack.us image 244x221]

Which...I think it's actually "Salmon."

CODY'S DOWN!


That show contains my favorite string of dialog ever.

Xtacle 2: Yeah, so who's read Flowers for Algernon?
Nearl: Ken!
Xtacle 3: About the kid with all the chains and the goggles and at the end he gets killed with a shotgun?
Xtacle 2: No, that's ...
Xtacle 4: Boosh!
Xtacle 3: Boosh!
Xtacle 1: Boosh!
Xtacle 2: No ...
Xtacle 4: Buh-buh-Boosh!
Xtacle 2: That's Harrison Bergeron.
[pause]
Xtacle 1/Xtacle 3/Xtacle 4: Hollywood Squares!
Xtacle 2: That's Tom Bergeron!
Xtacle 3: Brother of Menelaus.
Xtacle 2: Dammit, that's Agamemnon!
Xtacle 3: Boosh!
Xtacle 2: Okay.
Xtacle 1: Boosh!
Xtacle 2: Greek.

/boosh
//and or kakow
ecl
2012-10-08 09:52:16 AM  
1 votes:

sprawl15: [imageshack.us image 244x221]

Which...I think it's actually "Salmon."


CODY'S DOWN!
2012-10-08 09:51:51 AM  
1 votes:
I like the dig at Romney in the end.
2012-10-08 09:41:56 AM  
1 votes:
imageshack.us

Which...I think it's actually "Salmon."
2012-10-08 09:36:54 AM  
1 votes:
But I heard a death-mark wasn't an easy thing to live with?

/Not obscure.
 
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