Abandoned Farmhouse, US 258 South of Washington DC
Tag: Jacob Freeze
Aug 12 2011
Aug 08 2011
Westinghouse Nuclear and the rest of the nuclear industry had a very good day in the US Senate on Tuesday, August 2, 2011, and although Senators Dick Durbin and Barbara Boxer actually mentioned Fukushima, the five NRC Commissioners agreed to do absolutely nothing about anything, unless you count “reviewing” whatever and “re-evaluating” whatever else as doing something, and then you can rejoice about plans for…
Re-evaluating earthquake and flooding hazards.
Reviewing with operators the location and operation of “hardened vents” that are supposed to get rid of any hydrogen created in an accident so that it does not cause explosions, as it did at the Japanese reactors.
Reviewing the status of extra pumps, hoses and other emergency equipment added after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
Making sure operators are trained in the use of that emergency equipment.
So Westinghouse Nuclear was grinning from ear to ear, and that’s all there was to it.
Jul 23 2011
“You can’t take pictures here!”
“Says the Chief of Staff of the Judiciary Committee! He just told you that you can’t take pictures here! He told you the same thing yesterday.”
“You mean that cue-ball with the bad tie? Is he really the Chief of Staff? Did you see some ID? Does he own the Capitol? Who elected him? What gives him the right to abrogate my First Amendment freedom? Is he the boss of you? The committee isn’t even in session yet! There’s nobody here but you, me, C-Span and that human cue-ball! They sell out the public and I can’t even photograph the furniture?”
And so on.
Mar 20 2011
Yesterday President Barack Obama identified a man with a bag over his head who is often observed around the Oval Office as Jacob Freeze, the President’s sock-puppet from the liberal blogosphere. “Jakie was supposed to play my conscience in Obama: The Sequel, but when Axelrod axed that role, we had to recast him as my shame.”
Jan 05 2011
As if feeding my dog “magic” brownies and telling Jarrett I like Axelrod better than her weren’t enough, now my idiot sock-puppet Jacob Freeze wants to publish It Begged For Death: American Culture and Society in the Age of Obama!
Of course I immediately stamped that thing top-secret and disappeared it down the memory hole in Michelle’s White House garden, and of course my stoner dog dug it up again, and again, but I’m posting a review of it anyway just so you know what I have to put up with in the Oval Office, with my DFH dog always yipping for munchies and Axelrod demanding $500 for wedgie-proof underpants because Valerie Jarrett…
Oh, forget it!
So my idiot sock-puppet’s dismal tome would be totally worthless except for some cover art he stole from Yves Marchand and Romain Meffre’s photo-book about the ruins of Detroit, that garbage-metropolis which only remains in existence because we’re all too broke and lazy to knock it down, and the rest of America likewise, with our imbecile cartoon-movie culture, Jersey Shore on TV, and a “sociopathic con-man” in the White House, as if Snooki in that hamster ball on New Year’s Eve wasn’t classic TV!