HomeThe Looney LeftBush Derangement Syndrome Goes Retail Bush Derangement Syndrome Goes Retail Kevin April 4, 2006 The Looney Left 10 Comments Click the image to see the full-size version. That’s the display window at Afkari Rugs on Stone store in Manhattan. The multi-lingual caption and the speakers outside the store both have the same message, “It’s the end of the world as we know it.” It’s sure to be a moonbat magnet… Zarqawi Replaced as Leader of Al Qaeda in Iraq Mainstream Media Madness Share this:FacebookTwitterRedditEmailMoreLinkedInPinterestPrintTumblrPocket Related Posts Quote Of The Day – Rumsfeld Derangement Syndrome Edition Dean Not The Life Of The Party Collective Punishment About The Author Kevin Kevin founded Wizbang in 2003. He still contributes occasionally and handles all the technical and design work for the site. 10 Comments MattSkosh April 5, 2006 They even got the R.E.M. lyric wrong on the poster. Stupid moonbats! It should be the way Kevin wrote it on this post. thc April 5, 2006 what’s a “moonbat”? bill April 5, 2006 It’s a rug store? The kind that sells the bailout mechanism for the latest Iranaian super weapon, the flying lawn chair boat? bryanD April 5, 2006 The original words (as Kevin quoted) are probably not copyrightable (H.G.Wells? Aldous Huxley? SOMEBODY wrote those words before REM!) Impose that stupid “and” though, and Ka-CHING!!!$$$ Bob Jones April 5, 2006 Nothing a brick can’t fix virgo April 5, 2006 i thought the lyric was ” it,s the end of the world as we know it”? AND AFTER 911 i would tend to agree. only someone set the picture/billboard in upside down? LJD April 5, 2006 What’s THC? moseby April 5, 2006 R.E.M. sucks anyway. virgo April 5, 2006 Is,nt THC an ingredient in MaryJane cigs? moseby Your right ! thc April 6, 2006 > What’s thc? Dear moseby and virgo, Thomas Hyde Clarke. Pick any 3 initials at random, and I can make some snarky insinuation. Ask a simple question, “what’s a moonbat”, and I get transported all the way back to the joys of junior high. So, at the moment, I’m guessing “moonbat” is of a similar maturity level. Something like “raghead”, perhaps.