Friday, May 20, 2016

MY VIEW FOR A WHILE:Little Piggy Westward Edition

I am on my way home after a few great days in Washington DC.


I LOVE Uber!



Airport burgers review Ben's Chille Bowl.


It's only after you order and pay that they tell you it will more than ten minutes. Really? At an airport?



Chille on it.
Meh.

Small… okay… took a long time… not as meaty as the Uber driver... worth it? Half a shrug.  I won’t go there again.
My unsatisfying lunch was supplemented in the club.

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    1. The man is walking ad for atherosclerosis.

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    2. Which man? He that cannot be named because he is excommunicate vitandus?

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  2. Eat at Dunkin' Doughnuts, you won't have to worry about any trads checking you out. You can look out the window and they won't throw you out.

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  3. Wherein Father asks for more money... Rome next?? Get a job, schmuck.

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    1. Get a life you jealous fuck!

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    2. Sounds like the foul mouthed groupie twit from the Madison chapter of the Fiddle Back glee club is back, or is it a jilted old flame from Brooklyn?

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    3. Hey 8:42, I have a fine and rich life. I choose to spend a part of it fighting scam artists. Are you John Zuhlsdorf per chance?

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  4. Yes, the Lard is definitely looking for a Gofundme to get a leg up into Business or First for Sunday's Roman 'My-view-for-a while'
    The subtext, as always, is stuff your cloyingly pious cards, just send the $$$$$s, big bills.
    The auto-idolatry of this character is almost without parallel in the chapters of modern clericalist presumed entitlement and privilege.
    No wonder he's going to Rome for his private festa as he seems to have guessed that nothing big was going to happen for him in Madison.
    Still, he might get a bit of play time with the NAC Tap Dancers.

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    1. There might be some festivities in Madison that he is not there, small and not lavish, but meaningful.

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    2. Some 1960's left wing radicals from University of Wisconsin, Madison, might have a Beatles movie fest for the 25th anniv. celebration.

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    3. A 25th anniversary bogus Zed site might be in the making while the Lardocius is somewhere on the Italian peninsula. All Zed Cash-O-Meters will be maxed out and potential donors will have to go elsewhere. Canonical sanctions of priests vesting and posing as Deacons, (both male and female), will be updated hourly. Vatican insider information on Burke joining a Melkite motorcycle gang with ties to Italian various alternate rock bands that wear birettas and vote-o-meters--agree, somewhat agree, somewhat disagree, etc., for various Italian alternate rock bands, and Melkites riding motorcycles in general, will fill the remaining empty spaces.

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    4. While riding on a motorcycle: If you bend the fins on a biretta in a certain way, it can sound like the first five notes of "Help" by the Beatles.

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  5. These opportunists were the ones who contributed to the closure of CathnewsUSA combox.
    They're like pigeons: land on any statue, poo on it and fly away.
    Hope you deal with them swiftly and with some determination Fr D.

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  6. Just to satisfy my curiosity, I did some word searches on Z's blog. Very revealing about what the man's priorities are:

    Bible: 11,300
    Scripture: 9,030
    Fishwrap: 12,200

    Our Lady: 11,700
    St Joseph: 8,060
    John the Baptist: 2,280
    Mary: 836
    Obama: 18,200

    breviary: 3,120
    Hail Mary: 1,340
    prayer: 1,240
    Oorah: 1,940
    guns: 4,510
    homosexuals: 4,550

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    1. You left out "confe$$ion" and "donate"....

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    2. Donate is 3,920. By contrast, pray is 944. And EAT is 10,700!

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    3. top work 6:18 (I'm serious)

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    4. That is tremendous work, and please don't think I doubt you by asking my next question. How did you accomplish that research? I really would like to know. It is a skill that could come in handy in the future.

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    5. Simple - just do a google search with "site:wdtprs.com" at the end.

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  7. Lay-Z-Boy is heading to Rome for his 25th thingy. Is there a party awaiting him or is this just another trip?

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  8. Maybe he and Corapi are planning some sort of scamfest.

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  9. Scamfest, shamfest, fraudfest, begfest? Here's another not so subtle beg-bleat from the embattled Lard Ass. Fraud, indeed:

    Beware of scams and fraud
    Posted on 22 May 2016 by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf

    "This morning I had several calls from someone (clearly from India) purporting to be from “technical support”, who started asked stupidly invasive questions.
    Friends, legitimate tech support for your products does NOT call you out of the blue and tell you to do things.
    NEVER NEVER NEVER do what these people ask or offer.
    See my
     Fr. Z’s Litany for the Conversion of Internet Thugs (2.0)
    Also, please know that this blog is under constant attack. I will need some real help real soon to correct some things."

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    1. That was just me calling from just down the street on my cell, and practicing my Italian (clearly from India) accent. The "technical support" I spoke to Zed about was just some questions I remember on the midterm exam for Psychology 201.

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    2. Aristophanes, don't even read that (shit)! (Conversion of Internet Thugs 2.0), he's attempting to make contact with middle management demons, to give him the power and influence he desires. The dude will totally get help from ANY source to promote his agenda, which, by the way, you can itemize better than most.

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    3. .....that's a good scam too, Aristophanes. The moment Zed states, "all bullshit aside," you know that anything he says after is bullshit. It might be called a "'bank shot' goody two shoes scam", or a "2nd order priesthood poor little old me victim scam", or most likely the "old send cash trick".

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    4. Interesting. Fr. Vendol makes a point. The demons always function in gangs. Zed thought he maxed the low ends but just played into the middle managements.

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    5. That litany for the conversion of thugs -- if it's meant to be humourous it fails bigtime, and if it's meant to be sincere it's very disturbing. I have a hard time squaring the circle that its source is someone who wants people to confess and reconcile with his God.

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  10. The bumptious dullard grammar school Latin Master of Oxford not so subtly suggesting that the first laying on of hands 'took' and that the second one was an inconvenient, uncalled for and humiliating 'imposition' of another kind:

    "48 years ago, on a Trinity Sunday, Harry Carpenter laid his hands on me, on exactly the same spot as a previous Bishop of Oxford did the same thing on a Trinity Sunday to Blessed John Henry Newman ... just a few yards from the bones of Oxford's Saxon Patron S Frideswide and those of Dr Pusey and the tomb of the last Abbot of Oseney, first Bishop of Oxford and the only one to have been in full communion with the See of S Peter.

    My warmest good wishes to all brother priests who were ordained on a Trinity Sunday."

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