Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Is it any fucking wonder WHY?

Poll: Americans see, hear more profanity.

Nearly three-quarters of Americans questioned last week - 74 percent - said they encounter profanity in public frequently or occasionally, according to an Associated Press-Ipsos poll. Two-thirds said they think people swear more than they did 20 years ago. And as for, well, the gold standard of foul words, a healthy 64 percent said they use the F-word - ranging from several times a day (8 percent) to a few times a year (15 percent).

Let's recap. We've got:

The Simple Son

AFP/Mandel Ngan

The War Profiteer

AP/Charles Dharapak

The Klingon Ambassador

AFP/Paul J.Richards

The Hyena with Tourette's

REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

The Cedar-Lined Closet Club, a/k/a The 7.5 Chins

AP/Charles Dharapak

Patrick Swayze and his size 17EEEs

AP/Luis Romero

The Walrus of Plato's Retreat

AP/David Karp

...And the rest,



who have saddled us not just with an insurmountable trade deficit, attempted murder of the middle class, and the unholy merging of Church and State, but also this:



And butter's not supposed to melt in my mouth. Riiiiiiight. To the lowest depths of Hell for each and every one of these goddamned motherfuckers, and the compliant media whores who have enabled them.