rubykatewriting: (Lady Day Forever)
I know this has probably made the rounds here and then back again, but it just has to be said as many times as possible:

Tim Wise, you are a magnificent fucking bastard.
rubykatewriting: (You Really Don't)
Peaches Geldof, go back to England. They birthed your ignorant, entitled ass, they should have to deal with your constant state of fuckwittery.

Oh, and take your idiot, creepster boyfriend Eli Roth with you.
rubykatewriting: (Jake & Heath: BFFs)
Okay, Star Jones, I usually want to revoke your conversation card, but this? WONDERFUL. For the moment, you win at all things and I want to give you many sparkly things. I won't even make a comment about your need to flash your deflated cleavage regularly for like a month. SWEARSIES.

But you, John Gibson? You, sir, need to go back under the rock from which you crawled, you pathetic piece of shit. I don't know why I'm still surprised by the fucktards at Fox, considering the gems spewed by O'Reilly and Hume, but fucking hell, you actually thought your "commentary" would be considered amusing?

Better yet, would you just DIAF instead? The rock deserves better.
rubykatewriting: (Mal: Done)
As per usual, I was listening to NPR on my way into work this morning. Naturally, there was much discussion about Mitt Romney's speech yesterday addressing his faith (or not? I'm still undecided). Most of the people polled during the segment thought it was a misstep but ultimately raised their opinion of him, and these were folks in NH who had attended his less-than-stellar rotary club meeting this past Tuesday. Again, most felt that this was a non-issue, especially in light of JFK’s speech (in Houston, no less) back in the 60s regarding his Catholicism.

I disagree. Man, I disagree SO HARD. I think it is an issue, an important one, especially when Romney says his faith will guide his decisions if he were elected president.

The reason? Bush, plain and simple. The current idiot in charge has allowed his personal beliefs, his theological system, to affect matters of STATE on more than one occasion (his stance on Roe v. Wade [and the perceived (rightly so) threat of his power over the Supreme Court], gay marriage/rights, the government funding of church-funded programs and schools, and stem cell research, as well as the abstinence only program for “sexual education” [what a fucking joke] just to name a few). Yes, one should follow one's own moral compass which is largely informed by one's belief system, but not when it goes against the majority of the nation, the majority of the House and Senate. They are our voice. WE THE PUBLIC elect them to speak for us, and when you say that you will veto something voted on and approved by Congress simply because it doesn’t match with your own belief system? That’s when you’ve stepped over the line, buddy, but then I truly believe you can’t even see the line anymore, it’s so fucking far behind you.

Granted, I am someone who does not believe in organized religion; however I think everyone has a right to practice their faith any which way they want to. Just keep it out of my face (having grown up in the south, I’ve experienced my fair share of “testifying” so I may be a wee titch bitter) and for fuck’s sake, keep it out of my government.

Ahem.

In news of a much sweeter sort, more proof that Nathan Fillion is not only awesome but more than worthy of my undying love and adoration.
rubykatewriting: (Tia Dalma: Bitch PLEASE)
Would Anne Coulter die in a fire already? HAAATE.
rubykatewriting: (Oy Vey)
Disney has tapped Tiffany Paulson (Nancy Drew, Fast Girls) to write the remake of 1987's Adventures in Babysitting.

It will co-star Miley Cyrus and Raven.

*whimpers*
rubykatewriting: (Kiss the Fattest Part of MY ASS!)
So, yeah. We have our issues. I don't like you. In my oh-so-humble opinion, you (and all your weasily little friends, too) are pretty much evil realized in company form and traded publicly. I actually have far less petty reasons for this too, but at the moment? This whole let's decide patient A is really accelerated and not chronic FOUR MONTHS after the patient was put on protocol so now we (and the monitor) are scrambling to put together another casebook from scratch? Yeah, be a little less sucky when we're facing down an FDA visit next week.

Reason #462 why pharmaceutical companies should get sucked into the earth never to be heard from again.

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