August 30, 2009

Subliminal argument against coal mining.

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(Photographed at the checkout at Whole Foods.)

33 comments:

NKVD said...

Silica is an abundant mineral found in the earth's crust.

Some are in favor of mountain top enhancement.

But who can be in favor of mountain top removal. For more on that subject I refer you to the collected works of the late Sam Kinison.

Robin said...

Is that the formerly beautiful Daryl Hannah? Sporting some of that silica?

rhhardin said...

Those are low sulpher breasts.

Maguro said...

Why does Darryl Hannah hate coal miners?

Ron said...

Puts another spin to 'strip mining', doesn't it?

Ron said...

Isn't this that third type of coal, bititumas?

WV: 'witie' or Noel Coward For Dummies.

Bissage said...

You'd think Ms. Hannah could afford a better haircut.

Maybe it's all that time she spends in the water.

And why did they crop out her tail?

Largo said...

Bissage,

Shame that you would think she has done nothing significant since her role in...

her role in...

Damn, I can't even remember the name of that film!

Robin said...

...since her role in...her role as...Kennedy tail.

Fred4Pres said...

Time for another excerpt of Rocky Top lyrics:

Once there was a girl on rocky top,
Half bear the other half cat.
Wild as a mink, sweet as soda pop,
I still dream about that.

Michael Hasenstab said...

Why is E The Envrionmental Magazine printed on paper? Those tree killing anti-environment bastards! Boycott E! Boycott E!

Michael Hasenstab said...

Although I'd buy the magazine if Daryl Hannah was in favor of, say, saving the beavers.

Bissage said...

I was on teh Googles looking for that Spy magazine cover with Daryl Hannah on it.

But instead, I found Ted Kennedy on a magazine cover.

LINK.

Is that for real?

What would Leather Daddy have to say?

chickenlittle said...

I'll bet the electricity powering Whole Foods in Madison is MG&E coal-derived.

Time to pull the plug on hypocrisy?

campy said...

I'm all for the part about Top Removal. Stop Mountain, not so much.

chickenlittle said...

Isn't this that third type of coal, bititumas?

I believe that's bituberous Ron. :)

wv: sessess (Italian for sexcess)

Skyler said...

I don't think it counts as being subliminal when it is so blatant.

John Lynch said...

The enlarge link under the picture amused me.

bagoh20 said...

Ok, I buy it; being green will get you laid. But is she gonna bitch the whole time about the size of my Carbon footprint? You know what they say about the size of a man's footprint.

I know nothing much gets done without dedicated people and such, but all the driven people around with uncompromising opinions about stuff is getting exhausting. The list of things I can't do or say is enormous. Hey, that's an idea for a website: The PC rulebook.

You throw that stuff in with the fashion police and the etiquette bullies and I'm just left a quivering ball of apprehension; how attractive.

I need a boot camp type experience that will turn me into a proud unapologetic anti-PC warrior with a fur lined holster and an Andrew Dice Clay attitude.

I wanna be an evil SOB. There has got to be a market for that.

Michele said...

I'd call that a subliminal argument against excessive plastic surgery. Ms. Hannah is starting to look like that lion-faced lady IMO.

Dogwood said...

People trying to "Save the Earth" should smile more. Stop being such dour scolds.

Bill White said...

"that lion-faced lady": She does look a bit like an early Jocelyn Wildenstein. Google at your own risk.

Alex said...

I agree, let's stop mountaintop removal and ramp up nuclear energy big time, right Darryl? Uh no, no nuclear either? Then STFU you moron.

Joe said...

Ads like that generally backfire for me. It's not just the hideously ugly woman masquerading a sex symbol, it's the craven silliness of it all. Now I just want to go out and buy stock in a company that does coal mining--oh wait, I do!

(Then there's the annoying aspect of urban dwellers being so fucking ignorant about where their luxuries come from.)

Chase said...

Exactly what's subliminal?

Looks like it's all put front to me.

former law student said...

the hideously ugly woman

I'm moving to Joe's town. If Daryl Hannah -- even at 48 -- is hideously ugly, I want to see what average women look like.

In college I would see hundred car coal trains going from southern Illinois to Wisconsin to generate electricity. Cheeseheads prided themselves on not having nuclear power. While Illinois has no mountaintops to remove, stripmined land is worthless for agriculture. And Madison Gas and Electric gets some 90% of its power from coal.

traditionalguy said...

There must be a Rube Goldberg set up here: as the coal is saved, the heating in the winter is turned down to 50f and the blonde's tits get hard beneath the T-shirt. This is a breast blog you know.

section9 said...

See, now the pro-Strip Mining trade mags will put Sarah Palin in a slingshot thong on the cover and go through three printings.

Bob_R said...

Waiting for someone to pluck her eye out.

G said...

Daryl is well on her way to Jocelyn Wildenstein territory. Way too much work going on, especially from the neck up. She just looks... wrong.

blake said...

That giant turtle's gonna eat her.

theMom said...

I like the additional humor in the neighboring mag's focus on gouhlish getups. If it wasn't in Whole Foods, I'd think it might be subliminal pro-coal mining magazine positioning.

kentuckyliz said...

Stop mountain top removal!

Because coal miners should die underground while digging their own graves.

WV limpr
that haggy hair.
Darryl's effect on the male danger zone.