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Home - by - December 17, 2012 - 22:42 America/New_York - 15 Comments

One brave man stands up to Islamic terrorism and nobody has his back as he gets beheaded.
His “friends” then cower and placate and shower the tiny monster with false compliments.
A despicable display of impotence in the face of impudence.

 

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  1. NeeNee

    December 17th, 2012

    “Yes . . . it’s GOOD that you beheaded the infidel Dan. Now wish it into the cornfield.”

    I’m thinking you could redo this with BO’s face under the crocheted doily headcovering. Indeed, who will be the first Democrat/the first media lapdog to call him out on destroying our country??

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  2. 99th Squad Leader

    December 17th, 2012

    One of my favorite episodes. When I watched this as a kid, I never could understand why somebody didn’t just shoot the little devil.
    We may soon be hearing, “Nobody talks during call to prayer” The sweetest sound our Muslim president has ever heard. Yicks!

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  3. Tony R

    December 17th, 2012

    The great Billy Mummy.

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  4. Stranded in Sonoma

    December 18th, 2012

    “Wish it into the oil fields. Please, son. Wish it into the oil fields. Please.”

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  5. Kairn

    December 18th, 2012

    Go figure. Who knew Bri-Anne/Ginger had a beard?

    Ok, ok. I’m sorry. I just need to decompress from that mess.

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  6. Tuesday

    December 18th, 2012

    Television shows now are gutless. Wow. The Twilight Zone was very powerful. America was in it’s prime and we didn’t even know it. We let it slip through our fingers–trusting that politicians had our well-being in mind. A chicken in every pot bought off our grandparents. Now, a cell phone in every pocket buys off half of us I guess.

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  7. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    December 18th, 2012

    Excellent!

    Gah what assmonkeys. They have to know they’re gonna die, too. Why not go down swinging a skillet upside his head? lol

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  8. Mary Jane Anklestraps

    December 18th, 2012

    That’s true, Tuesday. Very true.

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  9. Jorel Lives!

    December 18th, 2012

    @Tuesday

    That’s so true. In old days drama and comedy took their time in deliberate scenes that had little action and more focus on character with philosophical value. Captain Kirk in Star Trek frequently mesmerized the television audience as Shatner who went from set to stage right in front of the cameras with his long speeches on the virtues and vices of whatever was taking place at the moment in the show. This type of acting was meant to move people in deep ways and make them ponder intrinsically, and it did. I think of Vertigo with James Stewart, High Noon with Gary Cooper, Invasion of the Body Snatchers with Kevin McCarthy, and a million other fascinating, jaw dropping movies with emotional impact and quality, provocative dialogue to knock your socks off. Today’s lot bores easily because of the lightening fast, get-it-done-yesterday, I ain’t got time for this, gimmie my special effects, world we live in today. Thanks for prompting my mind to write a bit. LOL

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  10. Blacksmith8

    December 18th, 2012

    Go down swinging. hmmmm
    Now, where have I heard that before?
    ….

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  11. Birdie Num Num

    December 18th, 2012

    Saw this episode again recently and out of curiosity did a search on reviews and summations of it.

    It was surprising (or maybe not) that all were simple minded synopses of just cool sci-fi tale about a powerful,creepy kid who spooks adults and makes them disappear.

    As BFH has shown with the video,it’s totally lost that the this episode was a profound allegory about enabling and being passive when facing evil.

    It was the only episode that Serling noted deliberately that was being presented “without comment.

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  12. reddecaesari

    December 18th, 2012

    @birdie

    thanks for that info.
    grew up on his show.

    once at an airport, ran into a young man who, after talking a bit, told me he grew up in rod sterling’s hometown. and that all of the streets in the episode were derived from his neighborhood.

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  13. reads to fast

    December 18th, 2012

    Go down swigging. hmmmm

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  14. Mollie Norris

    December 18th, 2012

    goo luck widdat

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  15. why zee

    December 18th, 2012

    Informed rational freedom loving people have all the reasons in the world to fear islam. The twin fogs of political correctness & ignorance must be dispersed before western society better understands this menace. Even a brief review of islamic theology & history quickly exposes the deadly roots of this evil ideology.

    Mohamhead was a 7th century murdering warlord who rose to power on a river of blood surrounded by thugs and gangsters using intimidation, violence, deception and trickery to expand their criminal empire while mercilessly suppressing and killing their opponents and enriching themselves on stolen booty.

    The evil koran is a collection of sayings and speeches by this diabolical madman claiming divine guidance from some mythical sky-god which has inspired generations of crazed fanatics to abhorrent behavior resulting in historys worst ever crimes against humanity starting 1400 years ago and still continuing even today.

    Islam is just another fascist totalitarian ideology used by power hungry fanatics on yet another quest for worldwide domination and includes all the usual human rights abuses & suppression of freedoms.

    and some snappy infographics, great for emailing…
    http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/1479/dangermoko.jpg
    http://img266.imageshack.us/img266/9963/dangerislam.jpg

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