Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Did you know that "Tommy Thompson" is the antabuse of "Allah Akbar?"

From Racine County Corruption:

"And neither did we!

"Recently in Racine, a group pictured below was chanting Allah Akbar , Allah Akbar, over and over and over........

"Until this man pictured below stuck his head out thru the door and said    'Heeeere's Tommy!'     and began shouting Tommy Thompson....  Tommy Thompson ....     Tommy Thompson........   several times.

"The allah akbar demonstrators were amused by the apparent crazy man, amused and laughing at him, that is until the man came thru the door with THIS!

"And that folks was the end of the disturbance.

"Tommy Thompson
"It's what legends are made of !"

Read more: http://racinecountycorruption.blogspot.com/2015/12/did-you-know-that-tommy-thompson-is.html

Damn, is it Allah Akbar or Alluh Akbar?  I used to think it was the first, but then someone castigated me online and said it was Alluh Akbar.


Anonymous said...

Antabuse? Well, ok, since it makes alcohol intolerable to alcoholics, but that's kinda weak.

I prefer it to be the ANTIDOTE:



1. a medicine taken or given to counteract a particular poison.
synonyms: antitoxin, antiserum, antivenin
"the antidote to this poison named Islam"


1. counteract or cancel with an antidote.
"What remedy will antidote Islamic Jihadists?"

Anonymous said...

Yeah yeah yeah
There were another four or five words in the running.
I choose antabuse because I am tired of the dual standards we have regarding political correctness, criminals and terrorist.
I spun this satire out from a recent conversation I had with an AA member who has a tommy gun.
I wonder how many people will recognise this as satire rather than believing the event really happened. Doesn't matter to me either way.
For the record, Jack was classic Nicholson in "The Shining"

OrbsCorbs said...

On a scale of 1 to 10 where 1 is the worst and 10 is the best, I give it an 11.

Antabuse is wicked and I would never take some. My best buddy in AA was forced to take Antanbus in years past. He finally learned how to drink through the symptoms by doubling his alcohol intake. My God.

His luck soured, though, when his liver finally gave out and he turned yellow. He finally went to the hospital There he got the DTs. It was his fifth time over the years. He said it was like hell on earth.

He's like a legend to me. He has done so many things, drunk or sober.

He's a highly decorated Vietnam vet. He's told me and many others of his ordeals in and out of the Army. I love him.