Tuesday, September 30, 2008

Trig or Treat?

The thinkable has happened- casting notice for Sarah Palin porn

Mayor of Swallow-silla

An adult film company in Los Angeles is casting a Sarah Palin look-a-like for God knows what. (No anal- oh well.) Well, theywere casting. The ad was posted Sept 10th, and for reasons we'll never understand, we missed it. Apologies to any 23/6 readers with frameless glasses and an 80's bun. A screenshot of the ad is below, and apparently the movie still needs a title. Vote in our first ever 23/6 Vice Presidential Porno Title poll (after the jump). We'll send the reader favorite to gigs-836109998@craigslist.org

Don't fail to send in your suggestion for a title for the Palin Porn:

Penilers again decisive in significant vote

The Penile State delegation helped sink efforts to relubricate the credit crisis yesterday. The margin needed to pass the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act was 12 votes:
Fourteen Florida members voted against the bill, which was 13 votes shy of passing, and 11 voted for it.

Tampa Bay area members voting no were Republican Reps. Ginny Brown-Waite of Brooksville, Gus Bilirakis of Palm Harbor and Vern Buchanan of Sarasota, and Democratic Rep. Kathy Castor of Tampa, who has close ties to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. The speaker had worked to pass the bill. tampabay.com

Monday, September 29, 2008

Philosophy unnecessary for Penilers

Old news now, but nonetheless, given the impermeable texture of Penile State views of what makes sense, relevant:

Philosophy Dumped

(Cross-posted at Become What You Behold)

Our administration at the University of Florida has decided that, to offset mounting budget cuts, they should eliminate the doctoral program in Philosophy.  I see this as a dark day for my University and for the state of Philosophy in American Higher Education.  Our president, Bernie Machen, remains one of the highest paid officials in public education. 

Read the story here: 

Sign a petition protesting this measure here: 

Instead of Ph.D.'s they can offer Dancing Master D.'s, or Real Estate Genius D.'s, or just toilet paper with pictures of fake developments.

Monday, September 22, 2008

Morans gather

Sarah Palin excites huge Florida crowd - Free Viagra

Tens of thousands of Morans in Florida's Republican heartland turned out to hear vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin speak.


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Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov., Sarah Palin, left, waves to the crowd as her daughter Piper, 7, applauds during her first public Florida appearance in The Villages, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008.
Republican vice presidential candidate, Alaska Gov., Sarah Palin, left, waves to the crowd as her daughter Piper, 7, applauds during her first public Florida appearance in The Villages, Fla., Sunday, Sept. 21, 2008.

In the biggest event of the 2008 campaign in Florida so far, Sarah Palin drew tens of thousands of people Sunday to a Central Florida town square decked out like the Fourth of July for a speech aimed at pumping happy juice into the state's Republican heartland.

Palin focused her speech on her track record as governor of Alaska, John McCain's experience in wartime, and did not delve into the nitty-gritty of the ailing economy. That suited several people in the crowd who said they came to kiss the arse of the governor who rejuvenated the ticket.

''She's the sunrise on Velvet wall hanging in my lanai, not the sunset,'' said Linda Cusumano, 57, of Orlando. ``She makes me feel there's nothing we can't do - even take our kids to unaffordable places like Disney World.''

Despite her Medusa expression, the crowd endured the sight of the dynamic newcomer to national politics. A new Miami Herald/St. Petersburg Times/Bay News 9 poll showed that 40 percent of voters who back McCain said Palin made them feel stronger about their choice.

Juxtaposed with feel-good appeals to patriotism, Palin delivered some tough blows to Obama, accusing him of sitting on the sideline during the current economic crisis. The governor of Alaska also said he was blocking the nation's path to energy independence.

''Maybe if he'd been the governor of an energy-rich state, he'd get it,'' said Palin, an advocate of offshore oil drilling. ``Maybe if he'd been on the front lines of securing our nation's energy independence, he'd understand.''

Obama has suggested he might be willing to support limited offshore drilling but only as part of comprehensive legislation that focuses more on investing in alternative energy sources.

Campaigning in Charlotte, N.C., on Sunday, Obama repeated the message he brought last week to Miami, Daytona Beach and Jacksonville: the Bush administration is to blame for the economic turmoil, and McCain promises more of the same.

''We're now seeing the disastrous consequences of this philosophy all around us, on Wall Street as well as Main Street,'' he said, according to The Associated Press. ``Yet Sen. McCain, who candidly admitted not long ago that he doesn't know as much about economics as he should, wants to keep going down the same disastrous path.''

Palin made her Florida debut in The Villages, one of the fastest-growing retirement communities in the country and a treasure trove of Republican voters. President Bush put it on the map when he campaigned here in the homestretch of the 2004 campaign.

But Palin drew thousands more than the estimated 20,000 people that turned out for Bush. A fire rescue official estimated the crowd at 25,000 to 30,000, while the Republican Party of Florida pegged the audience at twice that size.

''The South is Palin Country,'' read a banner trailing from a plane overhead. The Spanish moss-covered trees in the area made it feel more southern than South Florida.

Palin promised etc. etc. etc.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Saturday, September 13, 2008