Thursday, March 28, 2013

He Lies Best Who Lies Last

Shorter Conrad Black:
This puffed-up self-important insider and so-called writer is a FRAUD. His name is Conrad Black Bob Woodward.
No seriously, for real now:
Gradually, inexorably, the great Watergate fraud is unraveling. The Knights of Revelation, 40 years onward, are being exposed, in the light of analysis unclouded by cant and emotionalism, as the myth-makers they always were. Bob Woodward, unable to resist the temptation to try again and again to be at the forefront of investigative journalism, is being steadily exposed as a chronically dishonest myth-maker. Carl Bernstein, his Watergate partner, is at least cautious enough not to tempt the fates with a regime of endless returns to the well of public gratitude for spurious and destructive exposés. Though there is no sign that he is conscious of the proportions of their original Mt. Rushmore–sized canard, he has been relatively uncontroversial these intervening decades, sheltering in the greasy slick Vanity Fair.
Myth-makers, said the pretend lord sheltering in the greasy slick National Review. Congratulations on your release from the pokey.

OFF-TOPIC UPDATE:

Introducting a new feature in the lobby at Substance Laboratories™, The Fountain of Adjectives, a crucial and necessary enhancement of the SL™ brand, the mind-boggling expense of which should have no impact at all on our investors. Ships with a premium of free caviar for board members!




















13 comments:

Dr.KennethNoisewater said...

"Gradually, inexorably, the great Watergate fraud is unraveling."

Is he going to tell us what the fraud is or are we just supposed to guess?

Substance McGravitas said...

I think it has something to do with Bob Woodward getting into better parties.

mikey said...

I'd suggest slowing the frame rate by something on the order of 20%. It's too fast to get the joke without being told...

Substance McGravitas said...

Hmm, maybe your machine is JUST TOO POWERFUL.

Big Bad Bald Bastard said...

"Gradually, inexorably, the great Watergate fraud is unraveling."

Funny, I thought Nixon was too "liberal" for these whackaloons these days.

It's amazing how long they can bear a grudge.

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Calvert Woodley in D.C. had some $99 dollar an ounce caviar on sale for only $69 dollars today!!!

But I didn't buy any.
~

Substance McGravitas said...

Faith and beluga.

Another Kiwi said...

Conrad has re-established his contacts in the high class blow market, it seems. Great shovelfuls are disappearing up his exquisite snoot and fuelling such astonishing piles of Diplodicus doo doo.
Even now we watch with bated breath the unravelling of a once crystalline mind as other, less cultured but more inspirational crystals, do their work.
Incidentally Conrad is the man to talk to for a precise definition of the unravelling of a great fraud, just sayin'

anne said...

the word dis play gets stuc k on ..noble ..as i look .. . wee hours here ..

Substance McGravitas said...

It's actually a cheat, with three gifs on top of each other. One has eleven words, one has twelve, one has eight, so they loop, but not in sync with each other. All are surprisingly small for gifs with hundreds of layers...

Somehow Conrad Black magic made "odious" come up in each and every gif.

anne said...

yeh i was going to get back to you on con rad ,after east 'er here , and his cock to my tailing .. . , back in the last bird land , not where i grew up , but near glenn .. gould /of other family , of why the noble comes up for me

M. Bouffant said...

Adjectives:
Rand also called Lewis “abysmal scum,” and a “cheap, drivelling non-entity,” showing that her favorite method of abuse was to repeat insulting adjectives and nouns in every conceivable combination.
Me too!

anne said...

a question to put to you as well substance .. ca, "if .. , i just went to look at what was on empire .. , i haven't been over that way in a couple of weeks , and it as marked as private , when did this happen and why ? / i always find it kind of creepy when people do that , i thought he was okay , nice enough , grounded "