Tuesday, March 21, 2006

White Trash Palace

This morning's goodie...
White Trash Palace. Gitcher kitchy stuff hyere.

Even if you're Catholic there's something for you. Or maybe I should say especially if you're Catholic. The hostess of this treasure trove is apparently Catholic, so she has a special place in her heart for trashy Catholic tastes.

White Trash Gift - Nunzilla -- Nunzilla is 2” tall and made of hard plastic with an intimidating expression. Wind her up and she trudges like a determined disciplinary force, shooting sparks from her mouth. Only five bucks.

Our Lady of Guadalupe Shirt -- This is a "WTP" designed tee featuring Our Lady of Guadalupe, the Patron Saint of the Americas. Believe it our not, the Queens of the WTP are in fact Catholic, so we adore Our Lady and all stuff associated. Of course, now a great deal of the Catholic culture is now quite in fashion----but we were Catholic BEFORE it was cool. Twenty-two bucks.

Find out how WT you are.
It's SPRINGTIME at your trailerpark. What kind of tasks do you take on to get your trailer (or house) ready for Spring? Your answers will give an indication of just how WT you are!

Don't get the wrong idea. This is not a site for Catholics only. There is plenty of stuff for everyone else, infidels included. Whenever we come across a corresponding internet business peddling Muslim and Bedouin Trash I will know that world peace is just around the corner. From what I gather they are already on the way genetically in much the same way that WT in America has flourished, Pedigree Collapse.

Bedouins do not carry more genetic mutations than the general population. But because so many marry relatives — some 65 percent of Bedouin in Israel's Negev marry first or second cousins — they have a significantly higher chance of marrying someone who carries the same mutations, increasing the odds they will have children with genetic diseases, researchers say. Hundreds have been born with such diseases among the Negev Bedouin in the last decade.

The plight of the community is being addressed by an unusual scientific team: Dr. Ohad Birk, a Jewish Israeli geneticist, and two physicians, Dr. Izzeldin Abuelaish, a Palestinian from the Gaza Strip, and Dr. Khalil Elbedour, himself a Bedouin from Israel.

They work together in the southern Israeli city of Beersheba at a genetics center with two neighboring branches, the Genetics Institute of Soroka Medical Center and the Morris Kahn Human Molecular Genetics Lab at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

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Credits: Thanks for this morning's little post go to NY Times..., Diana Moon..., Henry Copeland, and especially Michelle Lamar who helped put it all together in my mind.

Later: Found out the Washington Post also took a look. But they didn't make the same connection I did, expecting Sandmonkey Trash to be next...
As I said, when we see that we will know that world peace is at hand.

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