Saturday, August 30, 2008

Sister Wulfia Focka boo-boo

There's no Sister Wulfia Focka update this month (schedule mistake). But there will be 20 pages next month. Beginning on September, SWF will be updated on the 24th of each months.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Watchmen Babies

Props to the Simpsons for starting that trend. I drew this at yesterday's Comix Jam, but nobody wanted to continue it. X-D I don't think my ear infection is gone, the noise was making me dizzy.

McCain's VP is a CUNT

McCain's vice-presidential candidate is a cunt. Hey, don't give that look! John McCain calls his wife a cunt, so why not his running mate, mh? She's also anti-abortion (why so serious?), a creationist, smoked pot but doesn't try to legalize it. She also has a retarded baby and you know how conservatives love retards, amirite Dubya?


Republicans can't lose now.

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Abortion, why so serious?

This made my day. From the original link ( it seems legit and not a shop. Churchies are hardly in a position to give lessons about child abuse, so take that! lol

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Miss Dynamite and Sister Wulfia Focka fanarts

First, a Miss Dynamite fanart from J-F, a friend from college. He drew it years ago but never scanned it. I finally did it myself. ;-p Following, Sister Wulfia Focka, with HUGE golden beads... I mean, Rosary, by Stéfani.

Thursday, August 21, 2008


Someone told me yesterday Eva should have a signature weapon (kinda like James Bond's Walter PPK). As I've answered, though I've never put any emphasis on it, she does have some recuring firearms. Her concealed weapon usualy is some type of Colt M1911. For the assault-rifle, it's the classic AK-47. You can't call yourself a terrorist without one. Perhaps not very original so far, but finally if she wants to show off and doesn't need to conceal her firearm, she will strap her holster and load six bullets in a Colt Peacemaker, shooting everyone spaghetti western style!

Friday, August 15, 2008

Uh-oh! Smells like procrastination -_-

Nintendo DS

Thursday, August 14, 2008

Angry old man writes op-ed

We are all Georgians
By John McCain

For anyone who thought that stark international aggression was a thing of the past, the last week must have come as a startling wake-up call. After clashes in the Georgian region of South Ossetia, Russia invaded its neighbor, launching attacks that threaten its very existence. Some Americans may wonder why events in this part of the world are any concern of ours. After all, Georgia is a small, remote and obscure place. But history is often made in remote, obscure places.
Stark international aggression? 'You fuckin' kiddin' me??? Georgia shares a border with Russia. Which border does the US share with Iraq?

As Russian tanks and troops moved through the Roki Tunnel and across the internationally recognized border into Georgia, the Russian government stated that it was acting only to protect Ossetians. Yet regime change in Georgia appears to be the true Russian objective.
[sarcasm]Not regime change! Russia, you should know better than to topple foreign governments that defy you...[/sarcasm] Protecting the Iraqi people from Saddam became a rational for war once WMDs could not be found.

Two years ago, I traveled to South Ossetia. As soon as we arrived at its self-proclaimed capital -- now occupied by Russian troops -- I saw an enormous billboard that read, "Vladimir Putin, Our President." This was on sovereign Georgian territory.
[sarcasm]How dare these people have opinions of their owns???[/sarcasm]

Russian claims of humanitarian motives were further belied by a bombing campaign that encompassed the whole of Georgia, destroying military bases, apartment buildings and other infrastructure, and leaving innocent civilians wounded and killed. As the Russian Black Sea Fleet began concentrating off of the Georgian coast and Russian troops advanced on one city after another, there could be no doubt about the nature of their aggression.
How much of that equipement destroyed by the Russians was paid for by the US? Hey, remember when Russia sent missiles to Cuba? Over 2000 Georgian soldiers were serving in Iraq. Trained and equipped by the US military.

Despite a French-brokered cease-fire -- which worryingly does not refer to Georgia's territorial integrity -- Russian attacks have continued. There are credible reports of civilian killings and even ethnic cleansing as Russian troops move deeper into Georgian territory.

Moscow's foreign minister revealed at least part of his government's aim when he stated that "Mr. Saakashvili" -- the democratically elected president of Georgia -- "can no longer be our partner. It would be better if he went." Russia thereby demonstrated why its neighbors so ardently seek NATO membership.
Saakashvili was as much democratically elected as Saddam Hussein was. Hell, had Russia not attacked Georgia, Saakashvili would have probably ended on the US' enemy list eventually.

In the wake of this crisis, there are the stirrings of a new trans-Atlantic consensus about the way we should approach Russia and its neighbors. The leaders of Poland, Estonia, Lithuania, Ukraine and Latvia flew to Tbilisi to demonstrate their support for Georgia, and to condemn Russian aggression. The French president traveled to Moscow in an attempt to end the fighting. The British foreign minister hinted of a G-8 without Russia, and the British opposition leader explicitly called for Russia to be suspended from the grouping.
For the same reason it's better to get car insurrance before you crash your car, you don't enter NATO when you're already in conflict with your neighbors. But McCain rides in a limo, so these things are foreign to him.

The world has learned at great cost the price of allowing aggression against free nations to go unchecked. A cease-fire that holds is a vital first step, but only one. With our allies, we now must stand in united purpose to persuade the Russian government to end violence permanently and withdraw its troops from Georgia. International monitors must gain immediate access to war-torn areas in order to avert an even greater humanitarian disaster, and we should ensure that emergency aid lifted by air and sea is delivered.
Nice Godwin man!

We should work toward the establishment of an independent, international peacekeeping force in the separatist regions, and stand ready to help our Georgian partners put their country back together. This will entail reviewing anew our relations with both Georgia and Russia. As the NATO secretary general has said, Georgia remains in line for alliance membership, and I hope NATO will move ahead with a membership track for both Georgia and Ukraine.
As I already explained, NO! Besides, the Ukraine is weak!

At the same time, we must make clear to Russia's leaders that the benefits they enjoy from being part of the civilized world require their respect for the values, stability and peace of that world. The U.S. has cancelled a planned joint military exercise with Russia, an important step in this direction. The Georgian people have suffered before, and they suffer today. We must help them through this tragedy, and they should know that the thoughts, prayers and support of the American people are with them. This small democracy, far away from our shores, is an inspiration to all those who cherish our deepest ideals. As I told President Saakashvili on the day the cease-fire was declared, today we are all Georgians. We mustn't forget it.
Again, Georgia is not a democracy.

Is that guy even more stupid than Bush? McCain talks a big game, but where's his fucking solution? East European nations can't join NATO now. And it's a good thing they didn't join earlier either, or we'd be in some fucking mess. Seriously, I'm not excusing Russia. They act like drunken thugs (and I bet most are actually drunk). But to be able to criticize their actions, you need some moral ground to stand on. And the only thing McCain is standing on is the shit dripping from his Depends®.

If you want the real deal on the conflict between Russia and Georgia, read this article in the Guardian: "This is a tale of US expansion not Russian aggression. War in the Caucasus is as much the product of an American imperial drive as local conflicts. It's likely to be a taste of things to come."

I'm so dizzy my head is spinning, like a whirlpool it never ends

Been constantly dizzy these past few days. I been suspecting an ear infection and the doc says it is indeed. It doesn't prevent me from working, but it slows things down a bit. So just to make I can meet my deadline on Slipshine, I won't be working on the animation. So I doubt it'll be ready this month as promised.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

"Russia doesn't play by the rules, BWAAAAAH!"

Or so says conservatives. I saw a link to an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal titled "How the West Can Stand Up to Russia". I thought it would be hilariously stupid and it didn't dissapoint. It's written by two corporate welfare recipients from the American Enterprise Institute (conservatives get paid to be stupid, it's like MTV's Jackass, but for intellectuals). Before advocating for the shipment of military material to Georgia in the hopes of recreating 1980s Afghanistan, they complain of Russia not follwing the rules.
In a speech before the Munich Conference on Security Policy in February last year, Mr. Putin made it clear that Russia would no longer accept the rules of the international road as set by the democratic West. It was an in-your-face challenge to the U.S. and Europe, and we blinked.

Uh, sorry, but which international law gave permission to the US to invade Iraq? Bush's "you're either with us or you're with the terrorists" was even more hostile than Putin's middle-finger. It's the same dumbasses who though a war in the Middle-East was a good idea who are now creaming their panties at the thought of a new cold war. That's what they always wanted anyway, ever since the Berlin Wall fell. They tried the War on Terror for a while, but it wasn't the same. Fighting religious conservatives when you're one yourself gets confusing after a while.

Saturday, August 09, 2008

Stupid things I'm tired of hearing about the Olympics

- Security is very thight in Beijing.
No shit, Mr. Pulitzer, it's a totalitarian regime!

- The opening ceremonies were impressive.
Totalitarian regimes are always good with theatrics.

- At least Mr. Bush mentionned human rights in his speech.
Yes, I'm sure the Chinese didn't 'rofled' listening to this idiot.

Friday, August 08, 2008

Selling Scientology

There's an interesting article in the Portland Mercury about Jeff Hawkins, the guy who marketed Scientology and made the Dianetics book a hit in the 80s.
A Former Scientologist Marketing Guru Turns Against the Church

"He wasn't even talking to me but he was saying, 'This thing that Hawkins has written is just a piece of trash,'" says Hawkins. "And he'd look at me and say, 'This guy's evil. See how he's looking at me?' And everyone was saying, 'Stop looking at him like that'—and I'm like, 'What the hell?'"
What the hell indeed. Jeff Hawkins has since left the church. The Mercury must have hit a nerve because the Scientos were quick to contact the journal and throw mud at Hawkins' character.

Funny detail, a map of Scientology's international headquarters.
"The Lake is used to throw staff in as punishment"

Wednesday, August 06, 2008

I just gained some respect for Paris Hilton...

...and it scares me!
See more funny videos at Funny or Die

Monday, August 04, 2008

North Carolina Pastor Broke Into Woman’s Home to Steal Sex Toy

(video)A pastor breaks into a woman's house, steal her 'sex toy' (it's fair to assume it's a dildo), a bottle of lube, breaks his leg running away and is caught by the cops.... %-o Did this woman's pussy juice posses somekind of Jesus magic that turned the dildo into a sacred relic?? That's funny enough, but then I read the comments.
The MSM smears another white Christian pastor. They never pring good news about the Christians and you know why. Its alwas this pastor has sex with this girl or that girl or molest little boys or sleeps with the wives of 6 parishoners or is caught masterbating while giving his sermon on Lots daughters or foaming at the mouth while tearing the wedding dress off a young bride, never about all the good things they do.
This whole thing sounds like a frame up by the anti-Christian leftwing looney libs. They just want to tear this country down.

Maybe it's fake. The next one is for sure but made me lol'd.
oh dear god! wont somebody think about the dildo!! The reporting seems focussed on the Pastor and the victim,..but little concern is given the poor helpless dildo,.. what happened? is it now in the care of the dept of dildo protective services? Has the victims identity been purposely ommited to protect the identity of the dildo?

Why isn't the media revealing the name of the dildo? Is it because he's a Muslim? Damn politicaly correct mainstream liberal media! X-D

Ron fanart

There's a surge of fanarts these past few days. Keep 'em comin'!

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Eva Futa

So I found some fanart, I don't know who it's from. o_o; (It's from D'angelo Rizzo.) The second pic seems to be some Eva and Blackie gender bender. Then, later, talking with Lauren.
Lauren: I've been meaning to do fanart for you for a little while now. but all I can seem to draw lately is futa.. and that's not appropriate. xD
Sirkowski0001: i don't mind XD
Lauren: ohshi-
Lauren: well, that changes everything

Sooooo NSFW, obviously.

F18s low flying over Montreal

Anyone else saw the two F18 jet fighters who made a low altitude pass over Hochelaga?? o_O Jesus fuck that scared me! I thought they were crashing on Ste-Catherine street. They made some weird ass maneuver so low I could smell their exaust...

Friday, August 01, 2008

/b/utt hurt

New York Times Mag has a very good article on troll culture. It seems to confirms what a lot of us already suspected. Trolls troll cuz they got butt hurt.
A flat-screen HDTV dominated Fortuny’s living room, across from a futon prepped with neatly folded blankets. This was where I would sleep for the next few nights. As Fortuny picked up his cat and settled into an Eames-style chair, I asked whether trolling hurt people. “I’m not going to sit here and say, ‘Oh, God, please forgive me!’ so someone can feel better,” Fortuny said, his calm voice momentarily rising. The cat lay purring in his lap. “Am I the bad guy? Am I the big horrible person who shattered someone’s life with some information? No! This is life. Welcome to life. Everyone goes through it. I’ve been through horrible stuff, too.”

“Like what?” I asked. Sexual abuse, Fortuny said. When Jason was 5, he said, he was molested by his grandfather and three other relatives.
Jason’s mother later told me, too, that he was molested by his grandfather. The last she heard from Jason was a letter telling her to kill herself. “Jason is a young man in a great deal of emotional pain,” she said, crying as she spoke. “Don’t be too harsh. He’s still my son.”

Sorry, but your trolling will never hurt as much as your grandpa's dick, sucker! lol