Sunday, November 28, 2004

Don't die today! But this story will get to you.

Monday, November 22, 2004

View our netflix queue! There's also a permanent link over there on the left. This list will update automatically every so often for your entertainment.

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Netflix List/Movie Review Update:
More mini-reviews of movie rentals ...

The Cooler, 2003
Kind of good but kind of not. It's one of those movies that's conspicuously "not a mainstream movie", but still plays by basically the same rules as mainstream movies. That bugs me. William H. Macy (Fargo, some other stuff) plays the main character who is Mr. Bad Luck. His job is to walk around a casino in downtown Vegas cooling off gamblers' good luck. The big surprise, which is not really much of a surprise, is that his bad luck turns into good luck in the end. Wow.

Spellbound, 2002
This is the best movie ever, at least for now. These spelling bee kids are crazy insane. A couple of them were almost normal, but they didn't come close to winning the national bee. If any of those kids read Motel, we'd love for them to write an article for us. Especially since we wouldn't need to spell check it, unlike with all of our other legions of writers ... that would save us some time.

Mean Girls, 2004
This movie was pretty good and funny until they started dishing up lame moral lessons or whatever you call that where people learn who their true friends are and that the mean people are really actually nice inside or whatever. And Lindsay Lohan's breast implants are hella scary.

The Professional, 1994
Oh that Natalie Portman, isn't she so cute? Isn't that professional just so professional? But then not really so professional ... But what's with that scene where Natalie Portman dresses up like old movie stars? That was just about the scariest thing I've ever seen. Not only that, it was really really stupid. In fact, this movie could have done with a lot less stupidity. It was almost good though. Just a bit too stupid. That plant won't survive the New York winter in the yard of your boarding school, Natalie! Come on.

Tuesday, November 16, 2004

Here's a cool can use it to find out if someone has plagiarized yo' ass. Unfortunately, I couldn't find any instances of someone having plagiarised an article on Quite the opposite, actually. damn.

Copyscape - Website Plagiarism Search

Friday, November 12, 2004

I found something good on the Web! Music videos from one of my favorite bands, Metric. VERY interesting; you should take a look even if you don't know who they are or whatever. They use action figure animation (one of our specialties here at Motel) and one of the videos even features a pregnant alien! Woo hoo!

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Won't you please buy my monkeys?

Wednesday, November 10, 2004

The Web is seeming really boring to me right now. Give me somewhere new to go! What sites do you like? Please let me know. If I reload My Yahoo one more time, I'll go crazy.

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

 Message from Ramsey Clark
"Bush can run, but he cannot hide from the Constitution"

Dear VoteToImpeach / Members,

President Bush can run, but he cannot hide from the Constitution of the United States. The election does not pardon the President for past, or future "high Crimes and Misdemeanors."

Impeachment is not a partisan political issue. The House of Representatives, possessed of the "sole power of impeachment," is required to consider a bill of impeachment on the facts even if every Member were of the same party, or political persuasion, as the President. The seven specific provisions of the Constitution setting forth the powers and duties of the Congress in considering impeachment intend that any President or other civil officer of the United States who has committed a high Crime or Misdemeanor "...shall be removed from Office."

The power of impeachment assures the people against criminal acts and despotic ambitions by government officials.

We, the People have the power to require the House of Representatives to do its duty and act on a bill of impeachment after full investigation and consideration. If it fails to do so those House members who failed to perform this Constitutional duty can and should be voted from office. Remember that President Nixon resigned under threat of impeachment for Watergate less than two years after his landslide reelection in 1972.

Impeachment is Imperative

For the American people who support and defend the Constitution of the United States, who want to prevent further crimes by a lawless administration, who believe we can redeem our country in the eyes of those we have assaulted and those who have witnessed this brutality and who dare to demand of future government leadership, NEVER AGAIN, Impeachment is Imperative. A decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that we Americans should declare the causes which impel us to impeach.

President George W. Bush chose to wage a war of aggression against Iraq, which had not attacked the United States and presented no imminent threat to our people, or legitimate interests. A small cabal, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice, Wolfowitz, Feith, Libby and Rove wrested decision making processes from established institutions of government to reinforce President Bush’s desire to seize Iraq, defying international institutions, the opinions of humankind and the rule of law to commence a disastrous criminal military adventure.

A Campaign of Deceit and False Propaganda 

War of aggression is the first offense listed in the Nuremberg Charter as a Crime against Peace. The Nuremberg Tribunal after hearing evidence of Nazi crimes in World War II convicted the leaders of waging wars of aggression, which it called "the supreme international crime."

At Nuremberg, the Chief U.S. Prosecutor, Robert H. Jackson, promised posterity that in the future all nations, including our own, would be held accountable for such crimes.

President Bush and key administration officials engaged in a lengthy campaign of deceit, concealment and false propaganda to create support for, and acceptance of, its war of aggression by claiming Iraq possessed weapons of mass destruction, harbored terrorists, had close ties with and supported Al Qaeda and intended to attack the U.S., U.S. citizens and U.S. interests. A free society, democratic institutions and constitutional government cannot survive such deceit by its own government.

The U.S. has made civilians and civilian facilities its direct object of attack. It has pursued assassination and summary executions as official policy. President Bush boasted of summary executions in his State of the Union message in 2003. Excessive and indiscriminate force and illegal weapons have been used. Many thousands of Iraqi citizens, whole families, women, children, elderly Iraqis have been killed as a result.

U.S. military casualties exceed 10,000 including more than 1,100 deaths with many additional thousands returned to the United States for physical and mental illnesses.

The U.S. has employed torture, including torture to death, rape and sexual assault and humiliation, as approved and ordered policy from Afghanistan and Guantanamo to Iraq, inflicted on thousands of prisoners, many, if not most, without any evidence of wrongful conduct. An admitted 37 human beings have been murdered while being held in captivity by the United States under these conditions. We know not how many more. All the mounting evidence makes clear that this program of torture and death is not aberrational conduct of rogue or undisciplined soldiers but is rather the policy adopted at the highest levels of the Bush/Rumsfeld chain of command. All this in violation of the Geneva Conventions, the International Convention Against Torture, the laws of all nations and common human decency.

Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution of the United States provides: The President, Vice President and all civil Officers of the United States, Shall Be Removed From Office on Impeachment for, and Conviction of, Treason, Bribery, or other high Crimes and Misdemeanors

More than 100,000 Dead Based on a Lie 

We learn from the prominent medical journal Lancet of the report by researchers at John Hopkins University, Columbia University and the Al-Mustansiriya University in Baghdad that the U.S. war of aggression against Iraq and military occupation has cost "at least" 100,000 Iraqi lives already must civilian, women and children. Already President Bush has launched a massive aerial and ground assault on Falluja which may kill thousands of defenseless civilians.

Haiti, where President Bush forced the elected President Jean Bertrand Aristide from office, is in chaos with many thousands killed by widespread daily violence committed by U.S. supported paramilitaries against Aristide supporters.

Nearly 500,000 have voted to impeach. Help us increase that number into millions the Congress cannot ignore.

Every American should choose whether to vote for impeachment entirely on the facts, straight up, or down, without political, or partisan fear, or favor. We owe this to the country, its future, the Constitution and our common heritage. Impeachment is Required Now.

Impeachment now is the only way we, the American people, can promise ourselves and the world that we will not tolerate crimes against peace and humanity by our government. Knowing what we know, to wait longer is to condone what has been done and risk more.


Ramsey Clark
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Sunday, November 07, 2004

I thought up a hell of a lot of things I want to say to bush and to anyone who voted for him last week. But, in the interest of trying to stay somewhat funny and not cause anyone's sensitive heartland values to be offended (and maybe to relate at a simplistic level that the average american can understand), I've chosen to reprint for you some selections from a book of "2000 More Insults" (copyright 1976) that I picked up at the libray book sale:

"He's like yesterday's coffee -- a little weak in the bean."
"No one can drive him out of his mind. At most it would be only a putt."
"It's stretching the imagination a lot to picture him as the product of millions of years of evolution."
"They've named a Chinese restaurant after him -- Low I. Queue."

I have 1996 more of these! jeez. It's gonna be a great 4 years.

Friday, November 05, 2004

This is good:

Thursday, November 04, 2004

(If you made this image, let me know. I'll either give you credit or remove it ... just let me know.)

Wednesday, November 03, 2004

I really thought Kerry was going to win. FUCK.

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