Saturday, June 18, 2016

Quibcagging is good for the soul

Here are a few random quibcags I've done up but not used lately, so I'd better get them out into the blogosphere ASAP:

First, we have one I found on the net and would like to spread around. Frankly, I usually find Penn Jillette a little too smug and pleased with himself, but boy, does he hit the nail on the head with this one.

The following four are a set with different illustrations of a quote from another rather smug fellow, Ted Nugent. But, hey, he's got a point here.I don't know who any of the girls are. I found them ready-made on the net. Late-breaking. Commenter YIH tells me, 
"The first Ted Nugent one is ''Hilda'' the female player character from Pokemon Black and White. The third one is Cirno from Touhou Project."

And here's a quote from Coolidge, who, on a list of America's Greatest Presidents compiled by libertarians and/or thoughtful conservatives, just about always makes it into the top five, with Jefferson, Polk, Cleveland and Jackson. The illustration is a girl from K-On! (けいおん! Keion!),

This one is a great quote from Mr. Insightful, AKA Steve Sailer [link], illustrated by the guilty-looking "Sensei," from Denkigai no Hon'ya-san (デンキ街の本屋さん?, lit. "The Electric Town's Bookstore"). And when you think about it, if you're a White person up to speed on Jewish culture, you see that it's dead-on accurate, and makes you wonder about your own paradigm for guilt.

This next is a Karol Traven quote for you your use when you need it, mainly when you're arguing with some idiot who doesn't want all Muslims "punished" for the sins of a few. At the very least, you'll confuse them for awhille. Interestingly, I couldn't find an anime version of Alice and the doorknob, so I had to use this version from you-now-where.

The next two come from the same person, a commenter at the Dilbert Blog [link], that I thought too good not to quibcag. Again, these are for your use in immigration arguments. I especially like the country/your house comparison, which works on everybody except the most brainwashed libertarians/anarchists, who reject the concept of collective anything, including citizenship. The first is illustrated by the irresistible Akane of Ranma ½ (らんま½) , the second by characters from the anime Urusei Yatsura (うる星やつら). which, by coincidence, was also created by the creator of Ranma, Rumiko Takahashi.

And, finally, a wise quote from that wise old fox, Heinz Kissinger. I sometimes doubted his loyalty, but by golly he got this concept right. It's illustrated by a USA mascon from Hetalia: Axis Powers (Axis Powers ヘタリア).

Wait! One more, thatI found at Jay's Tee Vee awhile back. Enjoy!


  1. The first Ted Nugent one is ''Hilda'' the female player character from Pokemon Black and White. The third one is Cirno from Touhou Project.

  2. I got the Piglet/Pooh/Conan illustration from aarvarksplumbline dot blogspot dot com.

    Sterling Holloway (Voice of Pooh) 1905 - 1992

    John Fiedler (Voice of Piglet) 1925 - 2005

    R.I.P. gentlemen.