>I Fat Bastard am gradually transferring articles from Google Blog Spot to Posterous http://biggerfatterblog.posterous.com/ Google is getting to big for its britches (and not in a good way) and too elitist for my tastes. The have placed a warning on my blog simply because some angry fat girls complained. Google DID NOT review Bigger Fatter Blog before putting the warning that is for all intents and purposes censorship but instead based their action on the complaints of a few angry and hormonally challenged man hating fat girls.

Angry fat girl!

The upside is is that page views on Bigger Fatter Blog nearly tripled but the downside is people in countries like China, Saudi Arabia, and other parts of the Middle East that have come to know and love Bigger Fatter Blog are now unable to access it. These are the people who need Bigger Fatter Blog the most. They depend on Bigger Fatter Blog to school them on the joys of greedy gluttony.

What makes Bigger Fatter Blog different than other fat acceptance sites and organizations is our honesty. All fat acceptance is the promotion of gluttony and obesity but sadly their camouflage that message in a lot of whining, false martyrdom and pseudo politics. At Bigger Fatter Blog we don’t pussy foot around. We give it to our reader straight. We unapologetically promote greedy gluttony and obesity. We are 100% red blooded Americans and we see greedy gluttony and morbid obesity as some thing good and truly and uniquely American. We want the world to know that GLUTTONY IS GOOD!

Gluttony brings peace to a war torn world.

A Fat Muslim is a happy Muslim

We have spent precious young lives and billions in treasure trying to bring peace and stability to the crazy baby raping Muslims in the Middle East and it really hasn’t worked all that well. A simpler and cheaper solution is to stop fighting with these people and sit down and break bread with them. The B-2 program alone costs the U.S. Air Force almost $45 billion per year. We could build 1000’s of fast food joints and give away food for a decade for $45 billion.

Those Muslims have a horrible religion and a nasty and evil God. You can’t defeat an idea with violence or even diplomacy. If you tell these Mudslimes that there prophet Mohammad was a camel humping baby raping shit bum that will only piss them off even more and these fuckers are always pissed about something.

These Arabs love fat women. The can’t see the plethora of fat porn that is on the net due to censorship but Bigger Fatter Blog did provide theses head chopping as lifters with something to take their minds off hating America and Americans.

A Fat Muslim BBW would be too hot to wear a burka

When some terrorist is beating off to fat porn he hardly has time to make an IED or become a suicide bomber. Seeing fat gluttonous BBW food sluts sure beat going to some dank mosque and lifting your ass to some Pagan moon god. If we can fatten these Muslims up enough the will be too fat too get on the their knees and lift their asses to Allah let alone fight wars.

There are hundreds of fast food franchises available. If the Uncle Sam wants to bring peace to the Middle East instead of buying tanks and guns they would buy fast food franchises. OK Fat Bastard, a lot of these people can’t afford the fast food that we greedy gluttonous Americans all take for granted. That may be true BUT until they can we should give it away to the one who can afford it and slip a little pork into the MoHAMmad burgers so that the Muslims will have no chance of going to Muslims heaven with the rivers of wine and the 72 vestal virgins. They’ll figure fuck it and keep eating until they are all fat like us.  Get them addicted to fast food and then raise the price. These former Muslims will get pissed and hungry and they will take it out on their mullahs and other powerful clerics. The power of the belly and the Belly God will steamroll Allah.

When the Middle East is a country of fast food and fat sluts there will be peace and they will stop raping 9 year old girls.

Please check out this blog ——-> http://islamizationwatch.blogspot.com/

Below are some alternative search engines.

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Here are just a few of the great alternative search engines out there on the Web.

  1. Clusty: clusty.jpg Clusty is a metasearch engine, meaning it combines results from a variety of different sources. However, Clusty adds a bit of extra search engine goodness in the mix by giving you clustered results. Basically, clustered results are extra search suggestions arranged by category for example, if you type in “coffee”, Clusty responds with clustered results to the left such as Tea, Espresso, History of Coffee, etc.
  2. Indeed: indeed.jpg Indeed.com is a job search engine. It is not a list of message boards, or a place where you can actually submit your resume. Indeed is extremely simple to use, and covers all the major job boards, newspaper classified sites, niche industry sites and corporate job sites. I found more jobs in five minutes on here than I did searching on other job boards. You have to go to the individual websites in order to apply (which is kind of a pain) but this is a great way to generate job leads. Indeed also offers a nice toolset for the job searcher, including a JobRoll, “a customized, dynamically-updating list of jobs that may be placed on your blog or website.”
  3. Isohunt: isohunt.jpgIsohunt is a Bit Torrent search engine. Isohunt does not host files; Isohunt only helps you find files, and therefore is a completely legal service. From an Isohunt forum thread: “IsoHunt crawls several torrent sites, and when you search for torrents here, you get links to HTML pages on these sites where the. Torrent files can be found.” Finding Bit Torrent files on Isohunt is made even easier by viewing the Isohunt Zeitgeist..
  4. FoodieView:foodieview.jpg With a brand new site design, FoodieView is one of my all-time favorite alternative search engines. FoodieView is a recipe search engine searching over 175,000 recipes from all different kinds of sources, including AllRecipes.com, The Food Network, Martha Stewart Recipes, and many more. FoodieView is a targeted recipe search engine with a lot of really interesting features; it’s also extremely easy to find good recipes on FoodieView that are actually relevant to what your search query is, which, if you’ve ever tried to find a recipe using certain ingredients on one of the bigger search engines, you’ll agree with me when I say that it can be a huge time-waster.
  5. Ditto: ditto.jpg Ditto.com is a free image search engine that enables users to search for images, quickly and easily. Ditto recently announced that they have 500 million pictures in their image search (and counting), and they claim to have the “largest searchable index of visual content on the Internet via proprietary processes.” Basically, Ditto is a way to find images fast and effectively – they’ve also been around for a pretty long time in Internet years (I remember using them back when they started in 1999). A good alternative to Google Images.
  6. Healthline: healthline.jpg Healthline.com is a medical information search engine, with lots of interesting features that make it very simple to use (in other words, you don’t have to have an MD degree to find what you’re looking for here). Healthline is solely dedicated to finding medical information online, and it offers medically filtered results developed by trained medical personnel.
  7. FirstGov: firstgov.jpg FirstGov.gov is an absolutely mammoth search engine/portal that gives the searcher direct access to searchable information from the United States government, state governments, and local governments. It can be overwhelming, simply because there is SO much information here. I would suggest that you get your feet wet with FirstGov by using the Information By Topic directory, or you can choose to drill down by viewing the Site Index. In addition, FirstGov offers an above average Advanced Search help page.
  8. AuctionMapper: auctionmapper.jpg AuctionMapper is an extremely cool search engine that focuses only on eBay listings. Sure, eBay has it’s own site search; but AuctionMapper takes that site search and goes a few steps further. There’s all sorts of geeky fun to be had with AuctionMapper; the whole site is full of maps, animated thingies that fly around, Star Trekky sounds it’s just a really well-done search engine that is not only fun to play with, but it’s actually useful, a combination that seems to be hard to come by these days.
  9. Daypop: daypop.jpg Daypop is a current events/blogosphere search engine. Daypop crawls sites that are updated frequently in order to bring searchers the latest news; included in Daypop’s index are newspapers, blogs, online magazines-any site that is updated on a regular basis will make it into Daypop’s index. You can use Daypop to search a small slice of the Web for news and information, see what people are talking about in real-time, view what links are being passed around most frequently, and more. I use Daypop as my own virtual office water-cooler; it’s a great way to catch Web trends before they become trendy.
  10. Blinkx: blinkx.jpg Blinkx TV is basically a search engine that allows you to search for audio, video, and podcasts using not only keywords and phrases, but also content in the actual clips that you’re looking for. For example, if you wanted to find Kermit the Frog’s “It’s Not Easy Being Green”, you could type in “having to spend each day the color of the leaves”, and Blinkx would be able to fetch your data using not only your content, but the concept behind your content – the spoken word (or in this case, the lyrics). It’s also another search engine that’s just beautifully designed you’re going to want to make sure you have relatively high-speed access in order to view the site the way it was intended.

This is just the tip of the iceberg as far as Internet search engines; over at About Web Search I’ve been profiling a new search engine every day this fall – 100 Search Engines in 100 Days – and I haven’t run out of material yet. The Web is just so massively ginormous that one search engine could not ever possibly hope to index all that information in one place. Alternative search engines are an excellent way to get different snapshots of the Web than what you may be used to.