Question Bush.

On a propaganda tour through America, president George Bush visits a school and tries to explain his government policy.
After that he invites the children to ask him questions.

Little Bob starts:

"Mr. President, I have three questions:

1st: How did you win the elections despite the fact that you had fewer votes than your opponent?
2nd: Why do you want to attack Iraq without any reason?
3rd: Don’t you think that the Hiroshima bomb was the biggest terrorist act in history?"

In this moment the bell rings, so all the children run out of the classroom. After they come back from their pause, president Bush invites them again to ask some questions.

Now Joey starts to ask:

"Mr. President, I have five questions:

1st: How did you win the elections despite the fact that you had fewer votes than your opponent?
2nd: Why do you want to attack Iraq without any reason?
3rd: Don’t you think that the Hiroshima bomb was the biggest terrorist act in history?
4th: Why did the bell ring 20 minutes earlier today??
5th: Where is Bob???"

Christian review of Southpark.

Oh dear, this text is taken from a Christian web site which functions as a parental guide into youth cultures … the Christian way …

I almost fell of my chair laughing while reading this, take 10 minutes of your time and get a good laugh!

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South Park:
Bigger, Longer & Uncut

MPAA Rating: R
Distributor: Paramount/Warner Bros.
Director/Actors: Directed by South Park creator Trey Parker. Written by Parker and cocreator Matt Stone. Assorted voices by Parker and Stone. Isaac Hayes provides the voice of Chef. Guest voices are provided by George Clooney, Dave Foley, Eric Idle, Minnie Driver and Brent Spiner.
Reviewed By: Steven Isaac

WEB EDITOR’S NOTE: The foul content of South Park far exceeds even what most secular critics would deem appropriate. Offensive subjects are raised with alarming frequency. Naturally, Plugged In must address these serious lapses in social responsibility. Parental caution is urged even in the reading of this review. If you are a teenager or a younger child, please let your parents read this review before you proceed.

Premise: Third-graders Stan, Kyle, Cartman and Kenny sneak in to see an R-rated movie starring a Canadian comedy duo. At that film they are "introduced" to every possible swear word in the English language. And a few not in the English language. Mimicking what they hear, they swear at each other, at their parents and at their teachers. Of course their mothers become outraged by this abusive language and form a protest group called M.A.C. (Mothers Against Canadians). The result is a ground swell of outrage against Canada for generating "filthy" entertainment. One thing leads to another and the U.S. and Canada go to war. The comedy duo responsible is scheduled for public electrocution. Meanwhile, Saddam Hussein (a cut-out photograph is used instead of typical South Park-style animation) has died and gone to hell. He and Satan strike up a heated, at times sickeningly intimate homosexual relationship. Kenny also goes to hell after he is brutally killed. He discovers a plot hatched by Satan and Saddam to take over the world after the U.S. military executes the two Canadians.

Positive Elements: None.

Spiritual Content: Satan is referred to as God and profane insults are thrown at God. A third-grade boy referred to as "Mole" rails against God in numerous hate-filled diatribes. All incidents are too vile to describe. Every insult imaginable is tossed skyward, intertwined with the most vulgar obscenities. When Kenny flies up to heaven he is greeted at the gates by realistically drawn nude "angels." During his first "ascent" (before he is rejected and sent down to hell), he sees a sign that indicates that heaven’s total population amounts to just over 1,500 people. In the end, Satan–who is portrayed as a deeply sensitive and misunderstood loner–"wins" and restores peace and tranquility to the earth.

Sexual Content: A realistic-looking penis-shaped sex toy is shown twice. It is not animated. Saddam begs Satan to let him use it. A giant pink mound which refers to itself as a clitoris instructs one of the boys how to end the war and "win the girl." In fact, a recurring theme in the film is a frantic search for the "clitoris"–the discovery of which promises the "only sure way to make a woman fall in love." The boys watch pornographic movies on the Internet. South Park vomits up a bottomless cesspool of sexual innuendo and insults.

Violent Content: Kenny’s blood-splattered death is gory beyond description. The war fought between the U.S. and Canada features explosions, decapitations and many brutal depictions of violence and death. In this film, the animation does little to minimize the impact.

Crude or Profane Language: Literally hundreds of f-words and s-words ravage the dialogue. The f-word is used repeatedly to describe explicit sexual acts such as sodomy, bestiality, incest and other forms of abuse. Friends, parents, teachers and God are all addressed with such vulgar insults as "f—ing b–ch." Very few words are spoken in this film that are not accompanied by a profanity of some type.

Homosexual Content: "Big Gay Al" makes an appearance as emcee for a U.S.O. function. He sings a song that celebrates being gay. The gist of the lyrics is that the only thing Al has to be happy about in life is his "gayness." Satan and Saddam’s trysts have already been mentioned.

Other Negative Elements: Where to begin? One thing worth noting here is the abundance of racial slurs and insults. Jews and blacks are singled out.

Summary: Matt Stone and Trey Parker set out to intentionally make this South Park movie the vilest film ever. They deliberately selected the most offensive jokes, story lines and images they could find. Three times the MPAA slapped them with an NC-17 rating before granting an R following minor edits. The MPAA should have stuck to its guns and insisted on the NC-17. Stone boastfully told Entertainment Weekly, "We’re spending tons of Paramount’s money to do a big middle finger to the MPAA. We’re trying to offend the MPAA. This film is really nothing more than getting our own satisfaction in knowing that the MPAA has to sit and watch this." That said, Stone and Parker (along with the entertainment companies that backed them: Paramount, Time/Warner and Comedy Central) should be shamed for producing such a vulgar product. But that shame falls doubly on the head and every single person who pays money to wallow in it.

Source;
http://www.family.org/pplace/pi/films/a0006784.html

still goin strong.

Yeah, still alive. A bit over clogged at work though. Don’t have time to much else then work and workout.

Spend the weekend hosting a pre party at my apartment, we went out to a place called Trädgårn here in Gothenburg. Decent place, nice people and ok music. Sometime they even manage to throw a hour or two of trance. Impressive indeed …

To bad that there aren’t any trance-only club in Gothenburg. I’m actually working on starting a club here in Gothenburg, something must be done …

Oh well, i took some images of my workstation here at work. Someone might be interested, highly doubt it though …

runaway dog.

Some sad news, on of my parents dogs, Kurre, ran away on new year eve. Probably he saw a rabbit or something and chased it. And somehow he didn’t managed to find his was back home.

It’s been four days now and still no sign of him, except for tonight. My mother called me and said the someone had called the police regarding a sighting of a dog with Kurres description about 2 Swedish kilometers from the spot where he run away. This might mean that he’s still alive.

Me and my gf are going to my parents tomorrow to help out in the search for him, poor fella, all alone in the big forest. Ok, he’s a dog, but dog become a part of your family and you appreciate almost like they were your brother/sister. I hope that we’ll find him tomorrow, i really do …


Here he is, just after a dip together with me and my girlfriend.
Looking cool on the porch.

Happy new year!

So, another year passed by. This time both me and my girlfriend managed to be ill. Bah, laying in bed on NYE.

We had loads of parties lined up. One in Uppsala (My best buddy Airbase was playing) and the after party was planned to be at Fokused party at München in Stockholm. To bad you can’t overpower illness … next year …

Anyhow, managed to take some photos of the new year fireworks display here in Gothenburg, enjoy.