Merry Christmas to all of you.
Good work, as always, Bosch.Happy Holidays and new year!
Ha ha! Pretty cute, too! When I think of "Pigwoman," though, for some reason Rosie O'Donnell always comes to mind. Thanks for the overhaul!
Rosie O'Donnell doesn't deserve to be called Pigwoman. She's too dangerously dumb and obnoxiously proud of it. She's about a couple of insanity levels below Rachel Corrie, which puts her almost 180º from Pigwoman.
MERRY CHRISTMAS, Bosch. Fantastic illustration as usual!
phuckie: Meant her porcine looks and behaviour. Was shtick.
robertjonesfoto,Oh I know.
Thanks, guys, and this picture says it all, re: Rosie and her sympathy for the enemy:http://lonestartimes.com/images/2007/06/rosie-ksm.JPGP.S. phuckie slum, I remember reading about Rachel Corrie and getting some heat for calling her a fool for throwing her life away for absolutely Nothing a number of years ago.
Oh yea!Pigman could use a female sidekick. Oh, that, if not this, would really peeve off the Terrorists and Libs. Rosie O'Donnell was not the first woman that came to mind (like she ever would be. Yuukk!!).Merry Christmas! And a Happy New Year!
Hahahahaha! That Rosie pic is something else, Bosch. Nasty.
That pic of Rosie is an insult to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed who is much better looking, even half-asleep http://wardsmythe.com/rosie_khalid.gif... and Pigwoman? haha. ok...
Hey I was wanting to tell you all, my son got the xbox 360 game Assassin's Creed for Christmas. It's awesome. You get to run around ancient Jerusalem while people yell "Infidel!" at you. And you get to take out a few members of the religion of peace to boot! Not a bad day's work. It is extrmely graphic and very violent. You have to check it out.
Fellow Infidel,I was curious if the videogame world was taking on Jihad, so after initially responding positively to your post, I did a little digging about Assassin's Creed and ambiguous doesn't begin to explain the creator's intent of the main character, who was born of Christian mother and Muslim father, but who is referred to as 'spiritual' and not religious, no doubt deliberate and a way for it's creator to cover himself from being accused of taking sides here, even though the main character's a member of the Hashshashin sect, an offshoot of Shiite Islam. Seemed it was too good to be true, and deliberately vague to get just that initial response. After FOUR times of trying to link to the wikepedia page on the 'Assassin's Creed' videogame and failing to be able to do so for whatever damn reason, check out that page when you can.
Bosch:"phuckie slum, I remember reading about Rachel Corrie and getting some heat for calling her a fool for throwing her life away for absolutely Nothing a number of years ago."Not for nothing -- but for the worst cause. It's like some humanitarian nutjob would try to stop Hitler's imprisonment and later on even stupidly die for him, while protesting in a closed military zone.Rachel Corrie is made out of the same logical mutation like Michael Berg, Nick Berg's dad. Instead of pointing the cries at the root cause, they instinctively sympathize with the enemy and practically smack their own kind. Stockholm Syndrome isn't even beginning to explain the insanity.--As for Assassin's Creed.I played the game. I was thoroughly turned off by the fact Ubisoft (the Montreal french based team), whitewashed the game's historical correctness and instead cloaked the Islamists and Salah Adin as the "defenders". I also didn't like how the faith of the vile murderers answering to the name "Hashishins" was concealed as well. But when I played the game, I was first blown away to pieces by the graphics. Additionally, I've slowly discovered that the worst thing the game designers did was almost completely stepping away from the conflict, and instead assassinate those who want to jeopardize the war. In fact, Altair assassins more "muslims" figures than "christians" in the overall. Furthermore, one of the "christians" targets is actually trying to sabotage Richard's main reinforcement wave into the holyland. Ubisoft goes on their limb by putting up a message upfront before the game loads that says it's a fictional work that's been done by a diverse multicultural team. To my surprise, I actually loved the game and almost completely changed my mind about it.In retrospect, I think the game is a bit biased for picking the Assassin's as the good guys and the Templars as their nemesis. As much as that part was fictitious, it could sip through, especially with these overwhelming numbers of sales. Personally, I am able to stir away from it and regard this as a "Prince of Persia" next-gen title, but I wonder when will be a game Jihadis finally take the Nazi role. Like Castle of Wolfenstein, only Palace of AlHusein. Pigman is invincible and curbstomps jihadis. The cutscenes show a storyline that incorporates actual Islamic threats, just like those fuckers have been doing for about 1,400 years. Achh... someone has to do a mod to make this happen.
Sorry, I didn't mean to suggest that the game was politically incorrect or anything. It's definitely standard PC fare. The main enemy is the Knights Templar, etc. It's not anti-jihad by any means. But still, I like having "Infidel!" shouted at me as I run through the streets of Damascus. It's a badge of honor.
Thanks for the breakdown on the game, phuckie slum. And no problem, Fellow Infidel, I'm just particularly acute about these things.
In sync with this post, here's one of my heroes, the GREAT Wafa Sultan, from an interview at Front Page Magazine today:http://www.frontpagemag.com/Articles/Read.aspx?GUID=985C80CF-FA08-46D5-B696-E0B1A9E391A7
Hooray for PigWoman - and all the previous terrific illustrations of late! Keep up the good fight. A Belated Merry Christmas to you, Bosch, and all your readers, and a Safe New Year.Oh, and as much as we NEED Pigman, yesterday, please don't Draw & Drive this New Year's Eve!from deep within the shadows,WholeBrainer
Good to see you here again, Wholebrainer, and here's to a Happy New Year to you and everyone out there as well. As to the enemy, here's to the worst possible year imagineable.
Would you do a cartoon in honor of Benazir Bhuto? I don't think she was the greatest hope for the Moslem world, but she was certainly a step in the right direction. And, as a result, died for being such a brazen woman.
Robert,I appreciate the sentiment and I understand that the natural response of American's seeing a woman butchered is a strong one because we hold human life so sacred, but we're projecting when it comes to Bhutto and our media's laying it on real thick and high regarding her. I caught wind of Bhutto's rotten history a little while ago while listening to Michael Savage trash her, and have since corroborated his take on her.Here are two links below, the first one from Debbie Shlussel, who's always willing to take the heat for saying things that we don't want to hear about Islam and Muslims, and the second from Ralph Peters, who [besides foolishly attempting to discredit the indispensible Robert Spencer regarding Islam] says it better than anyone about Bhutto:'As a victim of fanaticism, Bhutto may shine as a rallying symbol with a far purer light than she cast while alive. The bitter joke is that, while she was never serious about freedom, women's rights and fighting terrorism, the terrorists took her rhetoric seriously - and killed her for her words, not her actions.’ –Ralph Petershttp://www.debbieschlussel.com/archives/2007/12/bhutto_was_no_s.htmlhttp://www.nypost.com/php/pfriendly/print.php?url=http://www.nypost.com/seven/12282007/postopinion/opedcolumnists/the_bhutto_assassination__not_what_she_s_912265.htm
Thanks for the links. And I only thought she was corrupt in the Mexican sense of the word (i.e., money laundering).
Excellent! Thank you.Any non-pig-like cartoon of a female crusader? I see why the pigwoman and I love it though.Ciao!
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