Life has its downs and ups.


At an airport shop, looked at the paperback rack to see what trash is popular these days. The first book I saw was Private Berlin by James Patterson ("The World's #1 Best-Selling Author!") & Mark Sullivan. Patterson is best known as the author of the the top-selling U.S. detective series in the past ten years, about Alex Cross, a Negro forensic psychologist, formerly of the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Police and Federal Bureau of Investigation, who now works as a private psychologist and government consultant. Perhaps he can get to the bottom of what happened with that Nigger thug, Michael Brown, in Ferguson, Missouri.


Patterson works with a variety of ghostwriters and co-authors, such as Maxine Paetro, Andrew Gross, Mark Sullivan, Ashwin Sanghi, Michael Ledwidge, and Peter De Jonge and has often said that collaborating with others brings new and interesting ideas to his stories. Of his process, he says "he is simply more proficient at dreaming up plots than crafting sentence after sentence."

Private Berlin front cover:


Author/Franchise-owner's dedication:

"For the thousands who tried to escape over the wall, and the hundreds that died in the attempt."

Back cover:

"EUROPE'S MOST DANGEROUS CITY. The Private team is led to an abandoned Nazi slaughterhouse where all hope vanishes."

The "Nazi slaughterhouse" is actually a former Stasi torture chamber in an abbatoir. And the "Nazis" are in fact remnants of East Germany's Stasi, which was headed by Kike Markus Wolf.

UP :)

Saw a kike article in South China Post, with a Kike (correctly) criticizing corruption in Commie China.

Thought about how kike the PRC has always been.

Looked at the article online, and was pleasantly surprised to see that the first comment was:

"We don't need an Israeli sticking his nose in Chinese affairs. Want to fight injustice, Jerome? Stop killing Palestine babies to begin with."

DOWN :( or UP :) ?

Child-Molester Rolf Harris, from "Tie Me Kangaroo Down", 1957 (covered in 2005 by Steve Lieberman, "the Gangsta Rabbi"):

Keep me cockatoo cool, Curl...
Take me koala back, Jack.
Mind me platypus duck, Bill.
Let me Abos go loose, Lou.
Play your didgeridoo, Blue.
Tan me hide when I'm dead, Fred.
Don't ill-treat me pet dingo, Ringo. (Live, 1963, with The Beatles on BBC)

Kike Paul Simon, from "Fifty Ways To Leave Your Lover", 1975:

You just slip out the back, Jack
Make a new plan, Stan
You don't need to be coy, Roy...

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