Only Human After All

6 02 2017


Update on a story I briefly discussed back in December.

The punishment has been mostly reversed.

In the update, there is this curious paragraph:

“In addition to the specific allegations outlined in their complaint, the women’s soccer team also raised broader concerns about gender-related issues on our campus,” the university statement reads. It was sent out to the community Monday morning. “The university has efforts underway to address these issues. But there always is more we can – and should – do to deepen awareness and sensitivity.”

Which means there was mostly no there there when it came to initial allegations.  It’s just that the lesbians on the lesbian team wanted to make or score political points relating to some gripe they had about WU not caring enough about lesbians, so they wrapped it up in making up mostly unfounded allegations against their men counterparts.


Parkway, WTF?

5 02 2017


What was the victim suspended for?  

Was he the white kid they suspended for no good reason just to balance out the race stats?

The Old Man Is Rolling Over In His Grave

5 02 2017


A-B InBev’s xenophilic Super Bowl buy is going to have you think that A-B’s first generation founders were penniless refugees.

Believe me, they were no such thing.

In related news, a few years ago, A-B InBev moved its advertising division out of Soulard and to New York.

More Vindication For Your Ever-Lovin’ Blogmeister (What Else Is New?)

2 02 2017

Downtown; Jefferson City

Remember why I said Josh Hawley for AG would be my only vote for a corporeal person other than Trump?  Because of who was incoming as St. Louis Circuit Attorney, we would need a decent AG because the AG’s office would have to prosecute the ordinary black street crime that the Soros-financed shill named Kim Gardner would refuse.

Almost pure vindication:

St. Louis prosecutor says conflict caused handoff of 3 death penalty cases to attorney general

Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s office has handed off at least three death penalty murder cases to the state attorney general to avoid a conflict because a public defender who had been assigned to them now works for Gardner.

On Wednesday, St. Louis Circuit Judge Michael Stelzer approved Gardner’s motion for a special prosecutor.

One of Gardner’s top assistants, Robert E. Steele, is a former public defender who recently withdrew as the defense counsel for Dominic Arrington, Eric Lawson and Antonio Muldrew.

A spokesman for the Attorney General Josh Hawley this week confirmed the office would take over Arrington, Lawson and Muldrew’s trials. Prosecutors here already had announced their intent to seek death in those cases, but it was not clear Thursday if Hawley’s office would pursue capital punishment.

Grapevine says that this handoff was in reality way less voluntary than the way this is written would have you believe.  IOW, Hawley was breathing down Gardner’s neck.

If the Democrat would have won AG back in November, she wouldn’t have cared about this conflict of interest at all.

These would be the first death penalty cases to come out of the St. Louis City circuit since 1994.

In a Surprising Shocking Move

2 02 2017


Slay endorses Lyda, formally.

The grapevine has known for weeks that Slay already handed Lyda the keys to his fundraising machine.  The odds that he would not have endorsed her much less endorsed someone else were as long as George McGovern becoming Governor of Alabama.

For the first time in 24 years, St. Louis City has an open mayoral race, and for the first time in 16 years, a genuinely contested one.  And it’s turning out to be a snore fest.  And that’s not counting the truth that none of the credible candidates are worth a warm bucket of spit.

Doesn’t Figure

2 02 2017


“School officials hope the film will inspire the students to do well in school and reach for the stars!”

If it has any effect, i.e. if any students actually watch the movie instead of take a nap or fool around on their phones, it will only make them angry and want to lash out violently against white people.

As Paul Kersey’s research showed, the three “black” women who are central to the Hidden Figures story aren’t even listed in relatively recent books and publications about non-white contributions to the American space program.

A Time for Hobson’s Choosing

1 02 2017

Downtown; Clayton

Either you’re around dindus or around the Soros rent-a-mob.