Thursday, March 29, 2007

Is There No End to Rosie's Talents?

She's apparently an artist as well:



The sad thing? This hideous piece of "art" sold for $2,501 on ebay.

Yes, I know it has nothing to do with 9-11.

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At 29 March, 2007 21:09, Blogger MarkyX said...

Coming from a family of abstract artists and textiles, I have to say that this is one ugly piece of shit.

 
At 29 March, 2007 22:14, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

Yes, I know it has nothing to do with 9-11.

Not specifically, but it does look like a MASCAL (MAss CAsuaLty) excercise. =P

 
At 30 March, 2007 02:24, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

I distinctly remember when she first adopted kids and went on this "mother" theme for at least a year. She's probably still doing it. It's like: "Bitch, you adopted children because you refuse to have sex with men, and they probably wouldn't even if you wanted them to! Stop going on and on about motherhood!"

 
At 30 March, 2007 03:12, Blogger GroovyGravy said...

I love this industrial strength debunking.

Rosie is fat.

Rosie's art is rubbish.

LOL

You people are running scared. You couldn't sell your asses for 10 dollars, nevermind a painting for 2000.

Your time is up.

 
At 30 March, 2007 03:39, Blogger The Girl in Grey said...

Well, people will buy anything as 'art' these days. I ought to have taken art at college. Or something.

 
At 30 March, 2007 03:41, Blogger shawn said...

Your time is up.

Yes, we're very scared of people so dumb we could've debunked them when we were in first grade.

 
At 30 March, 2007 04:36, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 05:16, Blogger Swing Dangler said...

Wow, I can actually agree with you guys on here.

That is a really bad piece of art that has nothing to do with Rosie's public stance on 9/11.

Then again, beauty is in the eye of the beholder which begs the question, why would you expose it to "millions" of viewers?

 
At 30 March, 2007 06:30, Blogger Triterope said...

Rosie O'Donnell could take a shit in a jar and it would sell for $2,501 on eBay. That's typical American celebrity worship. I understand that. What I don't understand is how relentless mediocrities like Rosie O'Donnell -- best known to me as the unfunny host of a stand-up show on VH1 back around 1988 -- become such huge celebrities that millions are influenced by what they say.

 
At 30 March, 2007 06:45, Blogger Manny said...

I distinctly remember when she first adopted kids and went on this "mother" theme for at least a year. She's probably still doing it. It's like: "Bitch, you adopted children because you refuse to have sex with men, and they probably wouldn't even if you wanted them to! Stop going on and on about motherhood!"

I'm no fan of Rosie but adoption is frequently the choice of lesbian mothers (as opposed to choosing or hiring a surrogate father) and they are every bit as much mothers as straight married or single mothers who adopt, who bear their own children or who choose or employ a surrogate. I'm not aware that Ms. O'Donnell is anything other than an outstanding mother to her children.

 
At 30 March, 2007 06:58, Blogger JPSlovjanski said...

I am not saying that adopted parents, lesbian or not, can't be mothers. What I found really annoying however, is that she went on this "mother rant" for a few years. I heard about this mostly from clips on the Howard Stern show(ok, probably not the best source), and every political cause she was talking about involved "mothers" for some reason. The one I remember was gun control. She was very pro-gun control.

 
At 30 March, 2007 08:50, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

you've been rumbled by "expert debunkers"

And who would they be?

 
At 30 March, 2007 09:06, Blogger CHF said...

You people are running scared. You couldn't sell your asses for 10 dollars, nevermind a painting for 2000.

Your time is up.


Any idea when the revolution starts?

Please spare me when the purges begin.

 
At 30 March, 2007 09:14, Blogger CHF said...

Indeed this "art" sucks and, yes, it has nothing to do with 9/11.

But it does jive with what I've seen of Rosie to date.

Parroting mindless rubbish off of twoofer sites, barking at Donald Trump....

She really is the world's oldest 15 year old.

 
At 30 March, 2007 09:43, Blogger Manny said...

I am not saying that adopted parents, lesbian or not, can't be mothers.

I deeply appreciate you clarifying your comments -- I have to say the first version seemed uncharacteristic for you and unseemly in any event. Thank you for this second comment.

As for going all "mommy," yes, that can get annoying. But it really is a life-changing experience and Ms. O'Donnell was not the first nor will she be the last mom to lose some eyesight whilst looking through the prism of her kids.

 
At 30 March, 2007 12:34, Blogger Sword of Truth said...

The one I remember was gun control. She was very pro-gun control.

Well, yes and no.

Rosie is very adamant that she doesn't want you and me to have a gun. But she also hires armed guards for herself and her kids.

She believes that only she is allowed to keep and bear arms.

 
At 30 March, 2007 12:50, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 13:00, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

I'm not glossying over anything, you're dodging my question. What is it that you think you've "debunked"?

 
At 30 March, 2007 13:23, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 13:24, Blogger Alex said...

I'm wondering about that too. That blog link leads to an "article" that looks like the written version of Rosie's painting. The gyst of it seems to be that she thinks that either Nico is working for us, or we're all working for the New World Order, or something along those lines, although it's pretty much impossible to tell exactly what she's driving at, let alone what her evidence is.

 
At 30 March, 2007 13:28, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

I'm not really interested in what relationship they may or may not have with Nico Haupt, I've still to see anyone honestly engage their arguements using real evidence and expert opinions instead of the same tired old memes.

 
At 30 March, 2007 13:34, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 13:37, Blogger shawn said...

Either you're just as naive as Shawn

Jenny, I'll tell you what I've told the other morons - stop with the irony. I know it's unintentional, but maybe you should, I dunno, reread your posts to make sure they don't look laughable to anyone with an IQ over 80.

 
At 30 March, 2007 13:40, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 13:52, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 14:21, Blogger Alex said...

Well, ofcourse there's something "dodgy". I've admitted multiple times that we're working for the new world order. Pat's our general manager, and James runs the tactical ops department. Nico's just our mailroom guy - he doesn't even get access to the NWO cafeteria.

And I'd absolutely LOVE to see what your garden looks like. Everyone knows it's physically impossible to grow tomatoes in their own footprint! I hope you've used sufficient amounts of thermate, otherwise only Judy Wood's space laser will be able to provide enough energy to make the plants grow.

 
At 30 March, 2007 14:47, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

You have no concern, whatsoever, that Screw Loose--a respected debunk site--to you-- would work with an alledged "twoother" who's known to be a shill. That would in no way make you wonder about the quality of their info or their methods.

Your use of the word "work" there is interesting.

Their relationship with Nico appears to me to be at the most a case of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend", and I'd need more than that to throw doubt on their info or their methods. If you have doubts about their info or their methods why don't you engage with them directly instead of playing guilt-by-association. You know that if we play that game the twoofers are going to come off worse.

 
At 30 March, 2007 16:53, Blogger Triterope said...

As for going all "mommy," yes, that can get annoying. But it really is a life-changing experience and Ms. O'Donnell was not the first nor will she be the last mom to lose some eyesight whilst looking through the prism of her kids.

Yeah, but there's something kind of shallow when celebrities do it. Some of these people talk about adopting a kid as if they'd be embarassed to be in People magainze without one. Then they expect a book deal and a Lifetime Achievement Award if they actually fulfill any of the basic tasks related to parenting.

Especially these people who collect children from third-world countries like they're building a stamp collection. Something bugs me about that. What, exactly, motivates someone to go halfway around the globe to adopt a baby when there's 5,000 kids in their own zip code that need parents? It's enough to make me question their sincerity.

And what happens to these kids when mommyhood stops being a Hollywood fad? I'm sure these kids who wound up as part of a familial Benetton ad are well taken care of. But I can't help but be reminded of a classic Richard Pryor observation: "What in the hell have we got here, Margo?"

 
At 30 March, 2007 18:08, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 19:56, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 30 March, 2007 20:57, Blogger Alex said...

So now you don't believe me? Here I am, an NWO insider, trying to help you out, and you won't even listen. What do I have to do? Film myself sacrificing a Palestinian baby in the Bohemian grove?

I think you better tell the other 90% of the twoof movement that Judy has no credibility, since they keep quoting her on a regular basis.

 
At 30 March, 2007 21:13, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 31 March, 2007 13:12, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

Um, what do you think posting about it here, on their own site, is? That's as direct as it's likly to get--and they've prefered to avoid the issue.

Like I said, you're just playing guilt-by-association(something you object to debunkers doing) rather than actually engaging with their arguements and evidence against the twoofer claims.

 
At 31 March, 2007 14:06, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 31 March, 2007 14:22, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 31 March, 2007 14:44, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

You might convince someone if presented them with some oh I don't know, EVIDENCE?

 
At 31 March, 2007 18:23, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 01 April, 2007 06:13, Blogger Der Bruno Stroszek said...

Evidence of anything would be a step up from what you usually post, Jenny.

 
At 01 April, 2007 12:37, Blogger Civilized Worm said...

OK fine, let's have some evidence of that then.

 
At 01 April, 2007 17:51, Blogger Col. Jenny Sparks said...

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At 01 April, 2007 20:52, Blogger george said...

I bet the bull felt some relief after dropping that one

 

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