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Penultimate Day Campaign
Join the Pug Bus in its crusade to have December 30 declared National Penultimate Day. Our goal is to rescue penultimate from the puss-warted clutches of abusers of the language. What's more, we can give that snooty "Auld Lang Syne" business a well-deserved kick in the shorts. For the ultimate—and the penultimate—news about our glorious campaign, click here.
The Grammar Prick
Meaner than a dried-up, old-biddy Language Arts teacher, The Grammar Prick will split your head if you split an infinitive or if you dare misuse penultimate. Visit The Grammar Prick.
Postcards the Book
The book that inspired a website was written by someone who was actually raised by pugs. Postcards is a welcome addition to any nightstand.
Some photos cannot be shopped. They are perfect just the way god made them. Such perfection does not happen by accident, and wise, indeed, is the man who says "you can't photoshop this.""
The Fuck It List
Ten Things You Should Quit While Not Going Gently into That Good Night
3. Seat Belts
4. FOX Fucking News
5. Paying for Music and Movies
6. Picking Up Pills That You Drop
7. Pissing Indoors
8. Talking Baby Talk to Children
9. Stupid-ass, Dip-Shit, Old Fart Hats
10. Bathing or Showering Regularly
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Washington Redskins Change Name, Keep Logo Oct 29, 2019 - 8:17
WASHINGTON, D.C.–Washington Redskins owner, Daniel Snyder, says he is ready to "bury the hatchet" with critics who object to his team's nickname because they consider it racist. After being urged by everyone from Bob Costas (L-NBC) to Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), who has claimed to be part Native American, Mr. Snyder is ready to "smoke the peace pipe" with those who have asked him to change the Redskins name. Therefore, beginning with the 2020-21 National Football League (NFL) season, the Redskins will be known as the Washington Tomahawks.
In explaining the change, Mr. Snyder said, "I wanted a name that would continue this team's long tradition of honoring oppressed people. I still believe that Redskins was an appropriate way to do that, and I feel just as strongly that Tomahawks will serve the same goal."
After revealing that he had considered other names with "an Indian theme," among them the Washington Red Men, the Washington Medicine Men, the Washington War Path, and the Washington Indian Givers, Mr. Snyder closed with the usual blah-blah-blah about "putting this matter behind us" and observed that "all men are brothers under the skin."
Redskins quarterback Robert Lee Griffin III said he was "down with" the name change, noting that Tomahawks "sounds more ghetto than Indians. Besides, I heard we get to keep our logo."
According to Mr. Snyder, he rejected a tomahawk logo because "the last time we changed our logo—to a gold-and-burgundy spear with a feather on the handle (1965-69) and then to a capital R in a burgundy circle with two feathers attached (1970-71)—our fans were howling for our scalps."
The old guard Redskins "tribe" might still be howling because apart from a few sportscasters, politicians, and Hollywood types, there hasn't been a drum beat for change regarding the Redskins name. A nine-year-old Annenberg Public Policy Center poll of eight hundred Native Americans across forty-eight states showed that nine out of ten did not find the name offensive. A recent USA Today poll indicated that 79 percent of Americans believed the Redskins should keep their name.
FYFI: George Preston Marshall, who owned the Redskins from 1932 to 1969 and who changed the team's nickname from Braves to Redskins, wanted to change that name to Whiteskins in honor of his refusal to sign black players, but in 1962 he bowed to political pressure and the 'Skins became the final team in the NFL to integrate.