Thursday, December 31, 2009

CodePink fits and shizzles

Those lovely ladies in rosy tootoos, known as CodePink, really had a (tofu) cow recently at their anti-Isreal and pro-Hamas fast in front of the Egyptian Consulate.
It was a very pink cow.

Turns out they don't like hummus.
The folks who showed up for a spontaneous anti-pink picnic offered them hummus - heavy on the cumin, olive oil (kosher virgin) and garlic, with nice soft pita bread - but the poor Berkeleyite maidenly Marxists manqué indicated that they much preferred Hamas.

Ladies, Hamas is inedible. Surely you know that? Not only inedible, but indigestible.

Anyhow, you sweet little thangs shouldn't have refused the hummus. It was gooooood!

For three days, for two hours each day, the ladies of CodePink refused, REFUSED, to eat anything. In public. At 276 Mallorca Way. In San Francisco.

[Described by a very perspicacious person here: ]

The reason was that they were upset, peevish even, because those evil Zionist conspirators (aka the Egyptian Government) wouldn't allow thirteen hundred middle-class pilgrims from Britain, Western Europe, and the United States to march through the sands into Gaza (aka a colony of Iran).
So they 'fasted'. For two whole hours a day.
Monday. Tuesday. Wednesday.
Oh, the sadness. Oh, the despair. Oh, the two hours without food.

It was very good hummus. More hummus, please, less hamas.

Their bloodsugar levels dropped precipitously, and they may have been short of breath at one point. They suffered intensely. It was the lowest they have ever been.

[Another perspicacious person described their agony here: ]

Anyhow, they'll be making up for it with a sunrise circle jerk, er, strike that, sunrise Iron Jane drum circle, with chanting and feathers and humming and all kindsa good stuff, down at Ocean Beach tomorrow 6 AM, with fire and everything! Organic hot cider! Spiritual blessings! Earth-mother karma! Prayers for whorled peas!

[As is perspicaciously outlined here: ]

The incomprehensible legacy of Medea Benjamin is filled with a soft golden light.
That's meaningfulness for you. It's either LSD or yoga, I'm not sure which.
I wonder how the folks who intend to burn an effigy next to them feel about that. But I have NO intention of joining either party, seeing as six o'clock in the morning at the beach in January is more than average insane.
I shall be warm in bed, in my flannel jammies with the little bunnywabbits and christmas bells which my aunt gave me.
Won't even be there in spirit. I ain't stupid.

Saturday, December 26, 2009

Merry bonbons to me!

I got tons of stuff. And chocolate! Everyone gave me chocolate.
Give a girl chocolate, and she won't mind you at all. Yes, I know that does not sound very rewarding, does it? Perhaps not exactly what you had in mind.

Still, chocolate is a very good thing. Especially if you are trying to get closer to a woman.
Lots of chocolate. Eating one or two boxes at one time. It will have a profound and lasting effect on her.

Cute and yellow and chubby?

Oh yes. Yum baby.
Got the sound effects just right.
Thanks, Roddy.

Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Caterpillar and Motorola: stock which the anti-Israel activists want you to buy

Golly gee, the meanies sent me an e-mail! Yay!

The 'US Campaign to end the Occupation' (basically, that's the wasp branch of Hamas and Islamic Jihad) wants EVERYBODY to buy stock in Caterpillar and Motorola. So as to get a vote at the shareholders' meetings.

Well, I might as well start my investment career now. I'm looking forward to it.

This is what the putzes (Katherine M. Fuchs et al) sent:

Hello all,

If you were at our annual Organizers' Conference last September, you already know that we're asking supporters of the Stop Caterkiller campaign to each purchase one share of Caterpillar stock before the end of the year.

While it may seem odd for a group pushing for divestment to encourage purchasing Caterpillar stock, there is a method to our madness. The real point of shareholder divestment is to pressure the corporation to divest of it's activities in the area of concern. With this in mind, once you become a Caterpillar shareholder you can 1) vote in favor of our resolution at the shareholder meeting and 2) support our protest activities inside the meeting by either attending yourself or designating a proxy. The reason we would like more turnout from our supporters at the shareholder meeting is that this has been the area where we've had the most success garnering media attention. The annual shareholder meeting is Caterpillar's day in the media's sun and if we can turn the attention from Cat's finances to their activities in Israel/Palestine it is a win for our campaign.

Three important things to keep in mind as you purchase stock and encourage friends to do the same:

Our purchasing of Cat stock should be kept quite for now. If Caterpillar learns of this strategy they may change the rules of the meeting to require more than one share for entry.

Time is of the essence. The cut-off date for shareholders receiving invitations to the meeting is fast approaching; I believe that this cut-off date is the end of the calendar year, so act now!

Let us know when you've confirmed your stock purchase so we can be in contact with you about shareholder meeting plans. You can email me at organizer[at]endtheoccupation[dot]org or call our office at 202-332-0994.

Please use the following instructions to purchase your share of Caterpillar Corporation:
You can purchase one share of Caterpillar stock for approximately $58.00. You can purchase one share of Motorola stock for approximately $9.00.

1. Go to and sign up for a free membership.
2. After you complete all the information to set up your account, you will need to wait for an email that indicates that your account has been approved.
3. Follow the instructions included in the approval email to complete the account set up.
4. Once your account is set up, login to Zecco and then click on the "trading" tab. Please note that you will have a username and password for your Zecco account, as well as a trading key to access your trading account.
5. Once you’ve signed into the Trading Center, check the current asking price of the stock you wish to purchase using the Caterpillar symbol (CAT) and/or Motorola symbol (MOT).
6. Next you will need to set up a trading account, which is separate from the Zecco account. Click on “Funding and Transfers” on the left hand side of the page and then click on “Open an Account”. Fill out all the required information and select the way in which you would like to fund your account. The easiest way is by electronic transfer link (ACH) from your bank account.
7. Once you have completed the application, you will receive an email to confirm that you application is being processed. The email will give you instructs to follow to complete the association between your bank account and your trading account.
8. When your account is approved, go back to the Trading Center and check the current asking price for the CAT and/or MOT stock.
9. Click on the “Funding and Transfers” tab in the Trading Center and then click on the “Deposit to Zecco Trading” tab. On this page you should see a drop down menu that shows your bank account. When you fill out the amount field to transfer money from your bank account to your Zecco account, you will need to add a few extra dollars to ensure that you have enough buying power to purchase the stock. Please note that there is a $4.50 transaction fee to process the transaction. If you do not transfer enough the first time, you will need to deposit additional funds. Each time you transfer money to Zecco there is a waiting period of a few days to complete the transaction. For example, if the cost of the stock is $9.00, you may wish to deposit $15.00 to be safe.
10. When the money has been successfully transferred to your Zecco account, go into the Trading Center and fill out the information to purchase the stock. Once you have completed this information and send the order, the transaction should be complete within a few hours.
11. You should receive confirmation of your transaction by mail within about a week of your purchase.

Thank you so much for supporting this project! Even if you can't attend the shareholder meeting in Chicago next June your ownership of Cat stock will enable you to designate a proxy (we will put you in touch with a Stop Caterkiller activist in the Chicago area if you request) to participate in our "inside strategy" at the shareholder meeting.

Peace & Power, Katherine M. Fuchs
National Organizer US Campaign to End the Israeli Occupation
PO Box 21539Washington DC, 20009


Hi Katherine, if you're reading this, go hump a camel. People like you are the poisonous dregs in American society, and the sooner you die (or get arrested for treason) the better.
Oh, and you're kinda stoooooooooooooooopid.
You and all your kind.

Readers, note this:

"Our purchasing of Cat stock should be kept quite for now. If Caterpillar learns of this strategy they may change the rules of the meeting to require more than one share for entry. "

Please feel free to let the entire world know. And if you can, send it back to Katherine M. Fuchs.
With my blessings.
Don't keep quiet. Ever.