Bugger Protests!

Jabba the Douche

Yes, yes… we’re shooting fish in a barrel here, but really, who can resist? I mean, come on… it’s all too mudfortunately atrocious. (Not to mention Freudian…)

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27 Replies to “Bugger Protests!”

  1. I couldn’t decide whether it was a bad Photoshop, an awful suit, or Jabba’s grotesque corpulence… so I decided to leave that aspect of the deal alone.

  2. Funny, both Bush and Clinton are into keeping in shape, good health, etc., and here we have a so-called doctor that looks like the Goodyear blimp – the model of what not to do. Dr. Roy is a groupie – he gets his jollies pushing himself in with celebrity types for photos – a man about town and all.

    What an idiot.

  3. dr roy decries Montreal for being too leftie…. just move you sack of shit… or are you too busy at Marianapolis encouraging the Development & Alumni Affairs to sleep around in raising funds?

  4. Is it me, or does the good doctor look like the head hunter encountered in the afterlife waiting room in “Beetljuice”.

    That head is far too small for that body.

    And I think that speaks more to the head, than the body, as the spelling shows.

  5. Oh come on. When ‘the right’ makes fun of a lefty’s appearance, you lefties go up all in arms about conservatives being insensitive.

    And besides, it’s the lighting and the shadow that is making the guy in the middle look wider than he really is.

  6. When ‘the right’ makes fun of a lefty’s appearance, you lefties go up all in arms about conservatives being insensitive.

    Jabba’s appearance is the least of his problems. That’s one’s fixable.

  7. Hitfan — I presume you’re thinking of the infamous “face ad” attacking Chrétien… Aside from that being a different matter, do you have any other examples?

  8. “And besides, it’s the lighting and the shadow that is making the guy in the middle look wider than he really is.”

    Not by much.That’s a fine example of a husky Con.

  9. From the Toronto Star:

    Tickets start at about $230 and soar rapidly, depending on how close to the stage you want to sit and if you want your photo taken with one of the ex-presidents.

    It’s obscene to imagine just how much Roy shelled out for all of this. Considering he makes his living in the public sector he so reviles, it’s all just too, too much.

  10. It would have been worse if Dr Roy had slept around to get the picture. Eeeww. I just grossed myself out.

  11. No problem. I’m busy having to deal with the aftereffects of such horrifying thoughts… It might require a scotch treatment later on to block them out. 😉

  12. Off-topic, but I thought this bit from James Kunstler’s latest weekly rant was fun:

    Everybody from Ben Bernanke and a Who’s Who of banking poobahs schmoozing it up in the heady vapors of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, to the dull scribes at The New York Times, toiling in their MC Escher hall of mirrors, to poor dim James Surowiecki over at The New Yorker, to – wonder of wonders! – the Green Shoots claque at the cable networks, to the assorted quants, grinds, nerds, pimps, factotums, catamites, and cretins in every office from the Bureau of Labor Statistics to the International Monetary Fund – every man-Jack and woman-Jill around the levers of power and opinion weighed in last week with glad tidings that the world’s capital finance system survived what turned out to be a mere protracted bout of heartburn and has been reborn as the Miracle Bull economy. Our worries over. If you believe their bullshit. Which I don’t.

    “assorted quants, grinds, nerds, pimps, factotums, catamites, and cretins.”

    I have to remember that when I next describe the Conservative Party of Canada.

  13. Catamites… Wow. There’s a word I haven’t heard in ages.

    Thanks for sharing. That was wonderful.

    (Note to self: Use the expression “husky catamites” in a future post…)

  14. I use the word “catamite” all the time. It would surprise me to find out I haven’t used it here. I regularly refer to Mark Steyn as “The Robber Baron’s Catamite.”

    Even though the accusation might not be warranted in the specifics (I have no way of knowing) the tendency of older conservative men to mentor eager, ambitious, fresh-faced nubile young lads always brings that to mind.

  15. “When ‘the right’ makes fun of a lefty’s appearance, you lefties go up all in arms about conservatives being insensitive.”

    well, when it’s presented as a legitimate political point (“look at all the beautiful conservative wimens! now look at all these ugly lieberal sows!”), yes, i do flinch a bit at the shallowness. in lolroy’s case, however, the visage simply completes the tragicomedy that is our shamelessly superficial endocrinologist.

    KEvron

  16. Ti-Guy —I don’t think you’ve used it here (or at least I haven’t noticed it), but it’s quite appropriate to describe the pederastic relationship (if only intellectually speaking) involved.

  17. Hit fan, I wasn’t insulting his looks, I was insulting his intelligence. Because despite being a doctor, he is one of the stupidest people in Canada.

    And frankly your faux victim stuff is really wearing thin.

  18. And besides, it’s the lighting and the shadow that is making the guy in the middle look wider than he really is.

    BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! Oh man, that’s a good one…

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