HomeAsshatsSore Losers Get Their Own Club Sore Losers Get Their Own Club Paul January 15, 2005 Asshats 32 Comments Nothing says, “I’m a disgruntled moonbat” quite like a blue bracelet. She's a Better Man Than Me Input... need input... Related Posts Anarchy, the San Francisco Treat. Pro-Jihad, Al Jazeera Causes Scene at Pro-Christian Conference "jihad is holy struggle, a legitimate tenet of Islam" About The Author Paul 32 Comments cirby January 15, 2005 Let’s see… Yellow bracelet: Cancer research Purple bracelet: Cancer survivors/supporters Blue bracelet: ? Adam January 15, 2005 Cirby: Blue bracelet: blue-blood party that poses itself as blue collar Wally January 15, 2005 Gee, I wonder what color bracelet he wears? http://www.crowleypostsignal.com/The%20MAN.Get.Rid.of.Dan.Rat.html Bryan January 15, 2005 It’s OK… We got our own Red bands, and you can help the troops via the USO as well… http://www.couragebands.com Full Disclosure… I designed the site for the company. krunch January 15, 2005 aawww!!! my giveadamn is busted! Rightwingsparkle January 15, 2005 Well, that probably explains this bracelet as well. firstbrokenangel January 15, 2005 ah blue bracelets: Ptuey!! Hope their hands go to sleep and fall off. lol Cindy 89 January 15, 2005 Green! Purple! I hope this isn’t some kind of way to show the terrorists which ones to kill. Hint: They don’t much care. 89 January 15, 2005 From my link: “Every five years, the Drazi people divide by random selection into two equal groups, green and purple, and fight for supremacy in a contest that lasts a full year. The group that wins is the dominant one until the next battle. Group membership isn’t permanent and has no deeper meaning than the color of cloth one happens to select randomly from a container.” Paul Zrimsek January 15, 2005 It’s all part of a research effort by Bill in DC to track the migratory patterns of moonbats. Gilly January 15, 2005 Great, just what we need. More polarization. Libs will get their blue bracelets. Conservatives will get their red ones. Then you’ll be able to tell who’s on which side. This is a white man’s version of the Bloods and the Crips. 89 January 15, 2005 cirby: According to Rightwingsparkle’s link it’s now abortionists, not cancer survivors that are to wear purple bracelets. Warning: Some hospitals use a particular colored marked “Do not resuscitate”. Some hospitals use yellow for this. So the armstrong bracelets could be confusing. Wally: What color bracelet Dan is wearing? I’d guess gold. Or more colloquially: Bling! thirdfinger January 15, 2005 And still not an original thought amongst them. Cloud Master January 15, 2005 Could this be anything like the L.A. street gangs wearing their “colors” Next they’ll be “taging” “blue” states with graffiti :-)) AnonymousDrivel January 15, 2005 Paul Zrimsek, Are you aware if any of these patterns mimic those of lemmings, or has that observation not yet been documented? Mrs.E January 15, 2005 You can combat the blues with red OneNation wristbands – the purchase of which goes to benefit the families of our troops in the Middle East. From Operation Homefront: http://www.nationone.us/ Rightwingsparkle January 15, 2005 I suggest we give money to all those organizations that we feel worthy, but please..no bracelets! Let us be united in our commitment to wearing only those bracelets that are sparkley and pretty. Gold, Silver, and diamond. (Men don’t wear them, just buy them for the women you want to wear them. You might be surprised how well that works out for you.) milo January 15, 2005 Ah. Blue. The color of envy. Henry January 15, 2005 Actually, green is the color of envy. Blue just happens to be one of the signature colors of a bruise 😉 Paul Zrimsek January 15, 2005 Research so far indicates that moonbats are exactly like lemmings with one curious exception: though they agree vehemently about the desirability of plunging off cliffs, they have never been observed to do it themselves. Their lemming instinct seems to have been sublimated into a fierce drive to talk other creatures into plunging off cliffs. firstbrokenangel January 16, 2005 I have to agree with rightwingsparkle. Men also wear gold bracelets. But if you are going to buy these cheap colored elastic bracelets, your money is best spent to a reputable charity; I’m all for that. Cindy Captain Mainline January 16, 2005 Every large charity should offer a bracelet. I’d like to see an expensive one that contributes to armor for soldiers. AnonymousDrivel January 16, 2005 Very interesting, Paul. Some have theorized an inverse relationship between population size and irritation quotient [Pmin=1/iq], i.e. that as their populations diminish, the remnants will ruminate less, screech louder, and jump farther. I look forward to Bill’s conclusions in one of the summer editions of Political Science. Maybe an advance communiqué would be in order for humanitarian interests to save this endangered species, or not. Paul January 16, 2005 Now now now now– Don’t pick on bill…. That’s my job. LOL julie January 16, 2005 Idon’t want to play Crips & Bloods. I wanna play Jets and Sharks. RR January 16, 2005 Here’s a freebee for some entreprenur. A red, white and blue band, with some stars. Jim January 16, 2005 Just one more example of why we can’t allow those moonbats to gain power. Wes January 16, 2005 Please don’t discourage the wearing of blue bracelets. For business managers, and especially for hiring managers, they are a rich source of information, identifying their wearers as: – incapabale of linear thought – indifferent to fact – indifferent to freedom – hostile to the free enterprise system – easy to offend – likely to sue Few resumes contain that much useful data. Morpheus January 16, 2005 You wear the blue bracelet – the story ends, you wake up in your bed and believe whatever you want to believe. You wear the red bracelet – you stay in Wonderland and I show you how deep the rabbit-hole goes. Maggie January 16, 2005 The girl is selling blue bracelets….her father is now selling red ones…. Apparently this father-daughter team is going to rake in big bucks from both sides of the aisle. Creative marketing, huh? Pat Adkins January 16, 2005 Berns Rothchild should make her visit to London permanent. Pat Adkins January 16, 2005 Well said, Henry!