Monday, June 12, 2006

Ann Coulter Is a Harpie

And a plagiarist and a self-promoter and a soulless weevil who lies about its age.
Really skinny legs, too, but that's the only part that isn't its fault.
Meh. Who cares?
Just ignore it.
It will get old and even more hideous and go into hiding, subsisting on a diet of cat dander and the condensation on sewer pipes.

16 comments:

johng said...

I happen to think that your illustration is far less scary than the real thing.

s'kat said...

You just made my night! I am constantly horrified by her attention-grabbing tactics.

laughingrat said...

You know, you'd think I'd get sick of people bashing Ann Coulter, but I don't. She provides an endless supply of snark-fodder, like a giant pinata. A pinata of Evil.

Dagny said...

Another blogger was ranting about her last week. How can we make her go away?

ilva said...

She seems to be the modern equivalent to the evils that the Grimm brothers wrote so well about!

amanda said...

your blog is simply refreshing in the food blog world. light, comical, and filled with gorgeous (and funny) pictures. it's been a while since i've stopped by and might i say... i enjoy the "impeach" at the top of the page :-)

cookiecrumb said...

I'm guilty for keeping the damned beast in the spotlight. (Dagny, your blogger turned off the interview before the best stuff!)

IndyFoodie said...

WOW hahahahahahah
MOST EXCELLENT POST!

kapgar said...

CookieCrumb, I turned it off that day, but watched the whole thing the next day on YouTube. And I've got the link up for anyone else who wants to watch it. Use the link to my site in Dagny's first comment

cookiecrumb said...

Hey, welcome, you two.
Thanks for the link, Kapgar!

mrs d said...

Dude. I mean doooooood you so have to get thee to YouTube and watch Henry Rollins' Love Letter to Ann Coulter. It made my week, which is extra-meaningful because my week has been insane in many miserable ways. I love Henry to tiny poisonous shards.

Oh, also, um, there's language (duh, it's Henry), so cover the ears of youngsters and neocons. :-)

cranky said...

Mrs D: It's safe in this household! Thanks. It's so very Henry Rollins. He talks with tattoos on his words, to quote Cranky.
(But sometimes I wonder if he's ready for a phase shift.)

Stacie said...

yeah!

shuna fish lydon said...

I appear to have been hiding under a saute pan.

Who is this we are speaking of?

cookiecrumb said...

Shuna: Blessed are the innocent! You can sully yourself here .

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