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Saturday, February 28, 2009

Clinton's Derivatives: UPDATE

Retrieved by Dave Darnell

We are certain we do not know what derivatives former President Bill Clinton could be talking about modifying; but we at MooPig certainly support his right to modify them.

John Roberts: "Mr. President, in terms of the overall economic downturn, Time magazine had an article out this week in which it named 25 of the people most responsible for the economic downturn, and you were there. They, they had a picture of you in what looked like a police lineup. They had a little button where you could vote who's the most responsible? They pointed to your signing of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the Commodity Futures Modernization Act. I wonder what you think about that."

Derivatives, eh? [Read the Article HERE]

[Click the following to access the sent link: Bill Clinton: I should have better regulated derivatives -]
-- sent in by Correspondent DPDASSOC from Pearland Texas.
Response to POST HERE
"The minstrel boy to the war has gone,
In the ranks of death you'll find him;
His father's sword he hath girded on,
And his wild harp slung behind him;
"Land of Song!" cried the warrior bard,
"Tho' all the world betrays thee,
One sword, at least, thy right shall guard,
One faithful harp shall praise thee!"
Thomas Moore
11 November 2006 in Poetry
"Where have all the young men gone?"

Friday, February 27, 2009


A visit from the other side of the globe: a movie about our tenor's Crib... and dancing mother in laws... YOUR ONE STOP YORUBA on the YOUTUBE SHOPPE


New Release | Sand, Saxophone, Dancing Nubians, What more could anyone ask for? Check out the digs and cribs... and SUV to boot.

MooPig CUT\PASTE Movie REviews: "Existentialist Issues"

by Pat Darnell and the Herd

We cannot right now for the life of us remember the name of the movie we recently viewed. We remember some plot and characters, so we will go ahead and review the movie:

Rodney Dangerfield, but another tragic comedic actor plays a "Doctor of Existentialism." He is married to Lily Tomlin's character, who is in real life a lesbian, who plays also a "PhD in Clinical Existentialism." They are called into action to find and identify, diagnose and cure, a young couple's existential issues. It has something to do with, or not, a former Governor of Arkansas... no, wait...

Just remembered -- the male actor,
Dustin Hoffman, "Little Big Man, The Graduate, ... " is the "PhD in EggsRessential Psy."
So, and therefore, the premise is the posit that to exist is to be diagnosed, therefore what was did, had not existence until they all existed, not as They, rather as Them; When the null result is positive, as comedian Al Camus concurs, and all that jazz. Shut up.

From beginning to end, trying to make sense of things that are nevermeant to make sense; it turns out, to be a 2003-4 clausterfrakkin,' knuckleduster in the making back when and before C Bale out-yelled even the senior Yell Chief at [TX A and M University] -- TAMU -- to frighten and ignite even the most existential sparks, flaming pyre's and lighting man on stage-lighting duty while making the damn films:
Do NOT F**k with Lily Tomlin
posted by David Schmader on March 23 2007

I leapt at the chance to watch these videos—capturing Lily Tomlin and director David O. Russell fighting like maniacs on the set of I Heart Huckabees— *[that title sounds familiar; who is in that one?]* when I first saw them hyped on the web last week. But by the time I followed the links, the videos had been removed from YouTube. But now they’re back, and anyone who’s ever wondered what happens when the sublime artistry of Lily Tomlin is subjected to a notoriously flaky director with a temper problem should watch ‘em while they can.

Tomlin vs. Russell over headset:
*[This video has been removed due to terms of use violation.]*
Hmmmmm... this is not going well; at MooPig Movie Reviews we like to wait till the DVD comes out, but we more often like to wait until the cinematic effort has time to stew, soften, obtain a mojo, get funky before defecating it in stone here at MooPig Enterprises. We understand our reviews are coveted world wide.

So in reverse order... second chance at youTube: existentially speaking: here is
another youTube link on that subject that we cannot speak: as youTube did not even exist when the movie went into rotation: or does it exist before as a dream state reality: do not tempt shock management:
*[This video has been removed due to terms of use violation.]*
Whoa, now that is a less than blatant statement for Existentialists everywhere. Apparently this movie has fallen outside even our parody limits.

That even hurts. Let's try again:

Okay that didn't work. Let's move on... Here is a followup: Update: Following a tip from Slog commenter Monkey, I found Tomlin’s recent discussion of the footage, in which she is embarrassed and forgiving and gracious. These are much better reviews for this movie.
Say What? Say Why? Searching for the meaning of life in a movie that barely exists By Robert Wilonsky | October 07, 2004
-- and --

This review has turned into boring drivel; and that comes through the final film. Therefore we will post this last word from Lily Tomlin from an interview she did in 2000:
How does your experience acting on film compare with your work in theater?

Well, it's like what Trudy says at the end of The Search, about the space aliens and their emphasis on theater--how they get goose bumps from watching the audience instead of the play. That's the essence of the theatrical experience. You have a bunch of people sitting in the dark together, watching something live that they're all participating in in that moment, something that will never be exactly the same again. And that's what I mean when I say theater is beautiful--that's what theater is about for me. There are times it just takes your breath away. It's like seeing God or something.
Quote: "Jason Schwartzman should have just retired after making Rushmore, because now he sucks."
Directed by David O. Russell. Screenplay by Russell and Jeff Baena. Starring Dustin Hoffman, Jason Schwartzman, Lily Tomlin, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Watts, and Jude Law.
Subject: I Heart Huckabees Oh yeah that is the name of this Movie... there you go.

Today's Moment of Clarity from 5th Floor Psyche Ward

by Pat Darnell and the Herd

Mr President, if you want to subdue the Middle East Terrorists with one lucky shot -- I suggest you make it rain there. You know, seed their clouds and make a large puddle. Surely that will make terrorists less terror driven, no? All they need is a little more water, and women without those burkahs... hey a wet burkah contest!


Thursday, February 26, 2009

MooPig Introduces "The 60 Month Paradigm" 60mP

This is Big; Really BIG FONT!
by Pat Darnell

These pictured Relics and Diagrams tell a story. It is a story for the future. We at MooPig Editorials are very sure readers will want to be included in "The 60 Month Paradigm" opinions and editorials.

Coming up for Spring 2009 is a call for all papers that pertain to the certified supplementation of Project 60mP, and its value added to all previous hatched plans and models.

For what? you ask; "For what is the 60 month Paradigm?"

Like a Dachshund with a destiny, Prezident Barry Obama might learn his role in the bigger picture sooner than he expects.

First we will explore the comforts of cruising on your Vespa with your iPod. Next we might ask about your tendency to wage neighborhood war atop your Segways

Next we will interview the aged and wickedly aged, for their perspectives on future happenings. Could bat guano be the next brownish-gray fuel?

Last, and for what started out as his hot potato, now is our patty melt forever; why are bloggers considered scapegoats. We like it!

So, if you are snowed in and need a cockadoodle doo, look no further. This is Big, Big stuffin:' The 60 Month Paradigm" 2009.

Will you be a Stuffin' Mufin? We sure hope so.

That would be just cockamamie.
If you're still secretly thinking about getting a Segway but ashamed of having people know you paid that much for a scooter, the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has something for you. The KAIST has just invented a Segway-like scooter that does pretty much the same thing as Dean Kamen's baby.

Called the Hubo-Way, the scooter balances when stopped, turns when leaning, and comes with a free copy of Starcraft 2. Well, not really, but 75% of South Korea just got erections. Yes, including the women.

That guy's shirt... Is he the Korean Waldo?

No, he's the Korean Pea-Moonie...
.....C'mon, nobody gets that reference?

Most Horrifying Thought for Today -- February 26, 2009 9:16 AM

I can think of no more horrifying news than this: Earth's oceans are polluted. There is not anywhere in the seas that is not without some kind of synthesized poly carbons floating in it.

This brief moment in lowered expectation has been brought to you by the Anti-Demographic League of America, and Rudderless Politicians Up a Creek.

Vasudha Narayanan; 2001 by The American Academy of Arts and Sciences. retrieved here: Daedalus: Water, Wood, and Wisdom: Ecological Perspectives from the Hindu Traditions

Parks & Recreation information, outside of NYC call 212-NEW-YORK Copyright © New York City Department of Parks & Recreation: retrieved HERE.

Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Dirty Farm Animals: Durty "Lucky" Harry

A Devil alone does not a Good Sport make...
by Pat Darnell

Lucifer had a night of self-inflicted mania. He was hyper ventilating after his challenging affair.

Harry had laughed at him all night long. Lucifer threw the baseball like a girl, and swung the bat like a putz. Every ball hit or thrown to Lucifer, he bobbled.

"Hey, Luci, you have to get up off your belly to play this game," had said Dirty Luck Harry, as he laughed and laughed and laughed.
(to be continued)

I would like to list some semi-useless things about me.

Semi-useless Item #1) My brother David and I were eye-witnesses at the "longest baseball game
to go without anyone scoring" in national baseball history. I fell asleep in the 21st inning. Here is the link Astros History ...Astros won in the bottom of the 24th inning, 1 to 0.

It was played at
the Houston Astrodome, first indoor domed stadium erected, the brain child of Judge Roy Hofheinz who built many things in Houston. The "Dome" now sits vacant most of the time, next to what replaced it with new retractable roof technology, Minute Maid Park, formerly Enron Field.

In 2006, Roy "the Judge" Hofheinz was inducted in the Texas Baseball Hall of Fame.

Astros' Rivals: St. Louis Cardinals, Texas Rangers

Astros' Famous Fans: George H. W. Bush, Barbara Bush, Chamillionaire, Paul Wall, Hilary Duff, Matthew McConaughey, Tracy McGrady
and with fans like that, who knows? Maybe you are the next most famous Astros Fan...

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Economic Hit Man or just a Bubble Tester

Flash Flood, 2002, oil on linen,36 x 48 inches, Warren Criswell

In words of N Roubini: "A good journalist has to be one who, in good times, challenges the conventional wisdom. If you don't do that, you fail in one of your duties."
Review of Article by Pat Darnell

It's too bad there were no Economic engineers back when Economics was bubbling up to surface of ponds out from steaming ooze of covet, greed, avarice, and pleonasms that served to liquefy the spirit of humankind over ten thousand years that it has taken to refine our brilliant economic banking structure today.

Only seems like yesterday, a math wizard, Keynes, a theoretical spirit of economic conjecture, tackled essence of social science concerned chiefly with description and analysis of the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services. Unfortunately J Keynes is long gone. This is about Banks today February 23, 2009.

Good times are bubbles in our economy? I can't answer that one either. However, it turns out at least once every decade, I get a pepper up my butt to criticize bankers. But you know, bankers are always at a disadvantage, because they seem to be bested on all sides; hemmed in by professionals who have with themselves better judgment, keener math, craftsmanship and better knowledge basis. Steelworkers, Carpenters, Aerospace Workers, Manufacturers, ..., all so much more knowledgeable than Economists that bankers depend on. Let me explain:

Money is important; Love of money is our most deadly sin. Keynes, bless him, set up money supplies with "flow" in mind, and I sincerely think he had in mind a world where money was not the root of all evil. But without putting a long disclaimer post it right here, lets just say Keynes tried to make money like water that flows as needed at the log float ride at Six Flags, okay? And yes trades are actually out there working in the field, making them the first journalists of developing economies.

I say
When Keynesian Economics was born, should not have engineers well-versed in fluid dynamics stepped in to help old man Keynes in reducing friction in his money flow pipes? Shoot, economics without flow-meters is toast without butter; has missed its purpose altogether. The error has cost four hundred years of boom bust cycles.... No -- it is about supply of money as a substance to float upon; to drink from, to recycle...

Ye Gads...
Today in facing down the bank dilemma, [see entire article HERE]
Mr. Nouriel Roubini tells me that bank nationalization "is something the partisans would have regarded as anathema a few weeks ago. But when I and others put it in the context of the Swedish approach [of the 1990s] -- i.e. you take banks over, you clean them up, and you sell them in rapid order to the private sector -- it's clear that it's temporary. No one's in favor of a permanent government takeover of the financial system."
Did someone just say: Nationalize da' Banks... 'Marecan Banks? HUNh!
This article from WSJ reports that there is a "Stud-Hoss Hit Man Bubbagonuasch" of Economics out there. He is Mr Roubini. And like a Presbyterian Minister he is asked -- "how do we add on to the church? How will we heat and cool the addition? and so on..."

Unfortunately, after several add-ons, the once beautiful basilica church now has enormous HVAC plants up on its roof... endless corridors and doors banging into each other, and a hot corner office where the Youth leader has to sit all afternoon taking calls. In other words a sweat box, sweat shop.

And like all good academics involved in social science, he talks about the "Swedish approach" like a panacea for us all to tweak our mustaches:
"I believe that people react to incentives, that incentives matter, and that prices reflect the way things should be allocated. But I also believe that market economies sometimes have market failures, and when these occur, there's a role for prudential -- not excessive -- regulation of the financial system. The two things that Greenspan got totally wrong were his beliefs that, one, markets self-regulate, and two, that there's no market failure."
What... Greenspan... Wrong?
That is where N Roubini is coming from right now. He is putting it to Al Greenspan... and an entire International Monetary Fund. Here in the article we have a group of full-time and part-time economists, who have inherited the current cesspool of World Banking. Do not kid yourself, the USA banking system is the IMF... This group includes:
  • US Congress and Senate
  • US Executive
  • US Judicial
  • A. Greenspan
  • Doctor Doom Roubini -- Roubini Global Economics
"The idea that government will fork out trillions of dollars to try to rescue financial institutions, and throw more money after bad dollars, is not appealing because then the fiscal cost is much larger. So rather than being seen as something Bolshevik, nationalization is seen as pragmatic. Paradoxically, the proposal is more market-friendly than the alternative of zombie banks."
"They" are talking about nationalizing the US Banks for a colostomy. Yes, a cleansing only the US Government can do. Just like after the War between the North and South, Civil War. Yep, Reconstruction. Here is how that goes:
  • Kill millions of people
  • Assasinate a President
  • Bury all Zombies alive
  • Go back to Business as Usual
Oh, you say that is too long ago? We have more sooth economics now? Let's look around for some recent government cleansing:
  • Invade Iraq
  • Kill lots of people
  • Chase down and hang a President
  • Go back to Business as usual
Distortions on incentives?
I temporarily understand this need by busy legislators, and Teddy Kennedy, and the Judges, poor old retired Alan Greenspan, and Economist HitMen like Roubini... to nationalize what is actually "un-nationalize-able..." as I temporarily underestimate the work of any largess:
To Mr. Roubini, the most interesting question isn't the one of who got it right. Instead, he asks why we "over and over again, get into these periods of irrational exuberance, when not only is there an asset bubble and a credit bubble, but people believe these are sustainable over a long time -- Wall Street, policy makers, rating agencies, academics, journalists . . . ."
Thinks of it this way: for the first time in the history of Economics -- Micro Manage the streams of money flowing. All you idiot savants, sans savant, get on all fours and point repair all the sewers, basins and damns, and leaky faucets that you so proudly call the Banks. Be good Dutchmen with your thumbs.

MooPig's big answer for today, stick your thumbs in it -- right before the USA becomes fascist, or communist, or just plain Eat Up as usual; Wait, this is in the subject interview also...
"People like [Robert] Shiller were very worried about the housing bubble. People like Steve Roach were worried about an economy based on asset bubbles leading to consumption bubbles that were unsustainable. People like Ken Rogoff talked about global imbalances in the current account deficit not being sustainable. Nassim Taleb has been worrying for a while about 'fat tail' events . . . . So lots of people signaled concern about things. I was one of those who put the dots together and thus gave a more fleshed-out picture."
Why don't you want to personalize this, Mr Roubini? Are you afraid too, like all those before you who laid down their lives only to be proven too Idealistic, or too sworn to morals, ethics and values? What code will you lay down for us to follow... and for bankers to not follow for the next eighty years of "love of money?"
"Again, I don't want to personalize things, but the last decade was one of self-regulation. But in the financial markets, without proper institutional rules, there's the law of the jungle -- because there's greed! There's nothing wrong with greed, per se. It's not that people are more greedy now than they were 20 years ago. But greed has to be tempered, first, by fear of losses. So if you bail people out, there's less fear. And second, by prudential regulation and supervision to avoid certain excesses."
Hmmmm.. right back where we started: law of the jungle, greed, loss, fear... excesses.. ...? A condition for which there is no levee....

(Varadarajan, Tunku; FEBRUARY 21, 2009; 'Nationalize' the Banks. [retrieved HERE]The Wall Street Journal, page A9; a professor at NYU's Stern School and a fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution, is executive editor for Opinions at Forbes.)

Special "Thanks" to for pointing out TV's outstanding WSJ article about very crucial contemporary decision making processes....

Monday, February 23, 2009

UPDATE: Whad' a Way to Go -- Stimulus Package on the Way

UPDATE: There is no Update at this hour, but there is a rumor of a Stimulus Plan

############ Meanwhile --
Academic Pachyderm's Elephantine Stimulus Packages

This article was taken from the Darwin Awards, the annual awards for people who, through single-minded self-sacrifice, killed themselves in the most extraordinarily stupid way. (Date Unknown)

[Retrieved HERE] PADERBORN, GERMANY - Overzealous zookeeper Friedrich Riesfeldt fed his constipated elephant Stefan 22 doses of animal laxative and more than a bushel of berries, figs and prunes before the plugged-up pachyderm finally let fly - and suffocated the keeper under 200 pounds of poop. Investigators say ill-fated Friedrich, 46, was attempting to give the ailing elephant an olive-oil enema when the relieved beast unloaded on him like a dump truck full of mud.

"The sheer force of the elephant's unexpected defecation knocked Herr Riesfeldt to the ground, where he struck his head on a rock and lay unconscious as the elephant continued to evacuate his bowels on top of him," said flabbergasted Paderborn police detective Erik Dern. "With no one there to help him, he lay under all that dung for at least an hour before a watchman came along, and during that time he suffocated. It seems to be just one of those freak accidents that happen sometimes - a billion-to-one shot, at least."

The heartbreaking tale of constipation and tragedy began on April 23 when the conscientious zookeeper noticed that his prize, 8,000-pound African elephant didn't seem to be producing his usual poop aplenty. "Friedrich had actually been concerned for several days because he knew that severe constipation can kill an elephant," assistant zookeeper Kurt Herrman recalled. "He told me he was going to stay late that Thursday night to treat Stefan with laxatives and possibly give him an enema. I offered to help, but he sent me on home, saying he had everything under control."

Two hours later, horrified night watchman Walter Pleuger found Friedrich lying lifeless under a mound of muck, his body visible only from the knees down. "I had never really thought about it before," Det. Dern said. "But obviously, giving an elephant an enema can be a very dangerous activity and not something that should be attempted alone."

"This Little Piggy " Takes An Ominous Turn

As we count up the number of posts and the number of Chinese Years. When we have tallied how many explorers have come and gone from these golden shores, we should go out to the barn and count our bovines too. These little porkers could stand more careful watching.

Sunday, February 22, 2009

Hey, Stupid, It's Still the Economy...!!

MooPig is no Economist; But MooPig is a Starbucks fan, and a KODAK man.

One Tentacle alone does not a Squid make

News Bulletin:
Chinese may have landed on West Coast 70 years before Columbus waded ashore in the East...

PHOTO: Crowning Cow; Hidden Pig

HHuhn~hn!? *[sound like Scooby Doo uttering disbelief]

...Is that therefore 1492 minus 71 years, comes to plus or minus a few Brown Water Rats and Yellow Fire Geese, and Blackened Water Buffalo, 1421?

2009 Year of the Ox -- or, Brown Cow
by Pat Darnell

Our Pacific Rim neighbors' year begins on 1/26/2009, it is the first Day of the Year of the Ox. Last year was the year of the Rat, up until 1/25/2009. MooPig "Bean Counter Department" officially goes on record today saying: "It's tunnel vision that makes us all crazy, nevertheless."

Our 2009 is year 4706 in China's calendar and time zone. Some times Ox is referred to Brown Cow. It is not complicated to count days, and moon cycles as the Chinese do. What is improbable and complicated is to try to understand what Chinese do with this information, turning everything into anamorphic incarnate personified beings. For instance this is description of last year by Chinese standard:
2008 was a very special year. Earthquake, Flood, Cyclone, Tornado, Fire, Oil, War, Housing problems, Global Financial Crisis have happened in 2008. ... see articles "Predictable Roller Coaster Life in 2008 Brown Rat Year."

The Year 2009 (Brown Cow) is the 4706th Chinese year. The Chinese believe that the first king of China was the Yellow King (he was not the first emperor of China).

The Yellow King became king in 2697 B.C., therefore China will enter the 4706th year on February 4th, 2009. Also, the Chinese Year uses the cycle of 60 Stem-Branch counting systems and the Brown Cow is the 26th Stem-Branch in the cycle. Since 4705 = (60 *78) + 26, therefore this Brown Cow Year is the 4706th Chinese Year.
Did you get all that? Wood Fire Earth Metal Water... Chinese days and such are combination of these elemental functionaries, animated with animal traits.... so that it was:
2008 Male Brown Rat. Brown is Earth and Rat is Water. Basically, It's favorable for Lucky Element Earth or Water people.
But, we have to pay attention that Rat will turn into Earth when it meets Cow... [on January 25, 2009?]
...and repeated by for thousands of years throughout Chinese generations. Chinese attach their lives, routines and inexplicable occurrences to the passing of days as a Norwegian Brown Rat looking for someone's abode to invade, or as an Ox -- Brown Cow in its daily adventure of Herding, Grazing, Mating, Wallowing?

Hey, don't we do some of that too in USA today?

Okay that's all great, truly authentic. But one might approach this in several ways.
  • One important way, we could try to memorize all the little Chinese pictographs, and complicate this until it is mind boggling.
  • Or, two, we can realize that Chinese are people like us, and they go through daily tribulations, trials, successions just as do we. Chinese can be blown off course, just like any Saxon, or Italian...
I choose reason Two; Why?
Calendars are math. Rudimentary numbers help in many ways, true. So let me repeat a "thing" I heard the other day.

Someone has made discovery of a theory that Chinese landed on the west coast of North America 71 or so years before Columbus hit ground on the Eastern seaboard. A large "barge-like" Chinese ship built and perfected back then blew off course and "maybe landed on not specified, archaeologists are now trying to dig up Chinese ship-building wood they think is buried in sand dunes.

Artifacts will prove the earlier landing of China on North America?

HHUH~N!? *[sound like Scooby Doo uttering disbelief]

Sure it will. why not?Is that therefore 1492 minus 71 years, comes to plus or minus a few Brown Water Rats and Yellow Fire Geese, and Blackened Water Buffalo, 1421?

Do you know what early unwitting Chinese barge sailors probably found? Me neither. But I suppose the ship's Coxswain turned to the Bos'un and whispered something like: "Now we have the Japanese surrounded..."

What it amounts to for this writer is that if I believe what I heard in grammar school about Europeans settling and making a national government so we can have National Holidays and indoor Ice Hockey. Now I think then I will believe Chinese landed on the West coast and developed animal deity worshiping tribes. I believe!

Either by rational accident or by irrational accidents while someone is reading the phone book, I think maybe every sort of civilization has had its way with the American Continents, and all of those constituents have screwed up miserably.

I think sailing ships have crash landed here from every country, planet and garden, including Siam. Siamese did so in the year of the Water Goose Siam.... '52

Spainiards followed the Queen's money over here, performed genocide on indigenous tribes, and created the Mexican race; half Spaniard, half Indian.

Flooding waves of Granada-ians come to New Spain and then from Mexico ever northward.

Truth is that we are afraid of sea monsters. If we find a giant squid, we want to cut off all but one of its tentacles. Because each group coming here is like a squid with one tentacle: it has been a weak argument for survival. What does that mean? the groups who are here are cut off from their homes, cultures, and siblings. Families follow traditions that they just plain fantasize is something they do in their old country's. Fact is that no second generation American has any idea what their parents' hell is all about. Mexican, Italian, Blacks, Polish, Ukrainian, Swedes, all have the same rates of cultural obsolescence and replicate fade, once the children hurry as far away, from their home towns, as possible.

Viewing civilization with tunnel vision is the root problem.

It is fashionable, Genome mapping will turn out to be our most important tool to oust our biggest competition, and make a One World Blah-blah.

I predict in this year of the Brown Cow -- headed by Bill Clinton, all the biggest discoveries will be used to move our squid with one tentacle into the first family of world government.

Welcome! MooPig greets you in our special Year 2009 of the Tentacly Challenged Squid, hungry fellow who would eat the 4706 Brown Cow if it could get its tentacle on him. You 'll see as we move on through... the haze.

And don't miss -- Special Olympics trials "Squid meets Brown Cow" at the Nest... Beijing, 2009.

Now that you have read to this point. You say: "What was that all about?"

I am trying to explain why One World government, money and taxes will never work out. That's all. Each group consumes the other... that is life.

Wednesday, February 18, 2009

THE END: The Living END...

MooPig Wisdom "One-Thousandth" Posting Celebration

TODAY Feb 18, 2009 "1,000 POSTS"

Pat Darnell and the Herd
by Edict from the Bearer of the Staff of Ra, is Decreed:
"In this year of the Ox -- 4076 of Lucky Earth -- In the House of /!*\ -- It is Finished, it is finished, it is finished at last..."

MooPig has gracefully Grandfathered itself into a system bound for glory, and beyond. It has distinguished itself to Cyber Deity as meet and well, and shall not suffer the PASSOVER curse of future tenants. Selah.. (Amenski)
MooPig is ready for the WAYBack Machine Archive

or, Great Balls of Meat on Fire, Celebration
Compiled by Pat Darnell

Pretty soon MooPig Enterprises will be celebrating its One-Thousandth Posting on MooPig Wisdom. On February 12th, 2009, the total is 985 posts...

"This blogger site, MooPig Wisdom, is our actual Flag-ship," said President Fonz Obscura, "we started right here sometime in the past... now
we're somewhere."

The day "The Thousandth" happens each person of MooPig staff world-wide will throw something out their window at daybreak in their time zone. Then most will go back to what ever it is they do. But many will then put lighter fluid on their keyboards, and ignite them in a sacred ritual of total madness.
"It should prove to be a day that resonates down through history," said one office member in Dubai. "It certainly took some time for us to get here."
"We are depending on Persistence of Vision to make this work out. It will start in ZULU, wherever that is, and move just ahead of the sunrise, as each office in the time zone next will throw stuff, and celebrate," said Chief Human Resource Officer, Janet Black, from her New York, Greenwich Village, Offices.
"It's like those waves at football stadiums, you know?"

The budget has been limited to twelve dollars per office, so that may just be enough to
buy some ground round for tossing out windows... but we know if it is Moopig... it will be spirited fun.
Maybe even some staffers could put lighter fluid on the chopped meat and throw flaming meat balls out the windows. Those offices who have Carbon Offsets Coupons left over for the month of February can begin now bartering them to other offices who want to burn some beef, or lamb, or pork... depending on their frugality, and imbecilic ignormativeity.
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A Fantastically Flawed Script for a Jazz Rock Opera -- "GAZA"
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