Beware of the Blob:


Oil began washing up onshore of my beautiful beach yesterday.









Fuck the GOP!





















Girl needs new flips and a manicure, she has sent in her request for reimbursement to BP.
















Workers in hazmat suits are only allowed to work twenty minutes on and an hour off for rest.

















The Blob is coming.


















Tar Ball Beach.


16 comments:

  1. The other day I was riding my bike and headed downtown and found tons of security and barricades. I asked a jogger what was going on and he said, “El Presidente”. It’s sad but not one person was there. Not one, to greet the motorcade. People in this area are pissed off and think it’s a bit too little and a bit too late. They have no faith in him. The President slept in a hotel just down the street from me the other night and I couldn’t be bothered.

    Also candidates for Governor of Florida are actually still using the call for more drilling offshore as a platform.

    It's shameful.

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  2. @Ahem, We are all of us affected by this tragedy. But let me point fingers at Alabama, Miss'ippi, Texass and yes Lou’siana for allowing this to happen in the first place. Lets hope they rethink these lease options in the future. Florida was just on the verge of allowing it which made my teeth grit. Also the oil produced in the Gulf is but a thimbleful of what the world actually consumes in just one day.

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  3. Did that oil do that to that girl's fingies???

    Californians could face it one day, too. Gee, its a good thing TOURISM isn't important to the economies of these states...

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  4. Viva Los Angeles is praying to The Great Spirit featured in vintage '70's advertising...

    Here's the link:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j7OHG7tHrNM&feature=related

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  5. Thank Viva it is appreciated. I also want to thank you for the email with Bradley Cooper! I'll be posting it soon.

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  6. Oh so sorry Miss J! Yes the Gulf is practically acetone at the moment. I just drive down and siphon it into my gas tank and drive off.

    So dependent on tourism and sadly there will be no seafood for awhile, oysters included. One of the oldest oyster places in New Orleans (been around for over a hundred years) is facing closure.

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  7. Oh and Miss J I would like for you to meet Viva who recently relocated to the Los Angeles area from Las Vegas and like you she is a star and an aspiring actress.

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  8. Yep, I'm workin' it, girl- most evenings you can find me on the corner of Hollywood & Sycamore...in the dumpster near Farrah's Star.

    Here's a shot of tequila for Mean Dirty Pirate!

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  9. Viva sounds like a very dirty girl indeed. She and Miss could end up as soul mates. Or in a knife fight on the corner of Hollywood & Sycamore. Either way- FUN!

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  10. Without a blog of her own, Viva already considers herself to be quite a badass, indeed - party crashing at will via the Anonymous porthole.

    Hmmmm...fighting for domination over the Sunstrip Strip leaves just one vital issue to be determined...which one is the Joan Jett to the other's Cherie Currie?

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  11. Quick, Pirate!
    Grab your gigantic speakers & trusty 8 track player to save Florida!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxpHAlsIGOE

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  12. Oh fercrissakes, I want this 'let's kill the world and make lots of money' shit to change RIGHT NOW!!!!

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  13. I need you scrubbed and ready to go for an upcoming appearance.

    I think you know what I'm sayin'.

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