Archive for January, 2014

Everyone’s a Persecuted Jew When It’s Convenient

Posted in General Interest on January 28, 2014 by RickNews

Billionaire Tom Perkins, who tools around in one of the world’s largest yachts, recently compared the treatment of the “rich one percent” in the USA to that of post-Putsch Germany.

Let them eat cupcakes!


As was expected, Tommy Boy had to issue an apology for his stupid statement.

Read those words of whizz-dumbĀ here.


Still Better Than Royal Caribbean

Posted in General Interest on January 27, 2014 by RickNews

News from Britain says that a “ghost” cruise ship is heading for land, unmanned.

At least there isn’t a norovirus aboard, a la RC’s ships. Though, the crew are a bunch of rat-finks.


Unless, of course, you count all the cannibal rats aboard.

Read the details here.



Pure, Unadulterated, Car Porn

Posted in Automobiles on January 25, 2014 by RickNews

This, dear readers, is the 2014 racing car that McLaren-Mercedes plans to campaign for the upcoming Formula One season.

With a six-cylinder, turbocharged engine that’s tinier than your Mom’s suitcase, the “liquid metal” paintjob makes the machine look like it’s doing 220mph standing still.

This baby has an engine smaller than a college chick’s Neon…and more power than her Daddy’s Daytona–or five of ’em, to be exact.


Posted in General Interest on January 20, 2014 by RickNews

As a pro writer for over 20 years, the truth still outshines anything I, or anyone else, can come up with.

She claims she didn’t even know she was knocked-up!



Probably A Classic

Posted in Music on January 13, 2014 by RickNews

Renegade Soundwave was a techno-electronic-melange of beats, poetry, beats, and more beats. Led by Gary Asquith, with RS, there wouldn’t be any music at all today. Really; there would just be static on your Pandora.

Over 20 years after their classic tune, “Probably a Robbery,” was released, Mr. Asquith birthed a new version of the song, which you may enjoy here. It’s from 2012, but there will always be “style in his accounts.”