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Aug 31 2011

Soap Nazi

The first thing to establish with a prospective roommate is that the person is not a barking moonbat. Otherwise you could end up dealing with someone like blogger Cameron Scott at the San Franfreakshow Comical:

I recently got a new housemate. One day, I noticed the laundry room smelled strange and chemical: My housemate had done laundry, and had purchased a mainstream brand of laundry detergent. I was torn: Do I tell him what detergent he can use to wash his own clothes?

I just made up my mind: Yes. A new study, published online this week in Air Quality, Atmosphere and Health, found that the air released through the vent while a dryer handles a load washed with the top-selling scented liquid laundry detergent and a scented dryer sheet contains [arf arf arf] volatile organic compounds [arf arf arf] carcinogens [arf arf arf] toxic emissions [arf arf arf] dryer emissions are utterly unregulated.

Don’t worry, eco-warriors. I’m sure the EPA is looking into those unregulated dryer emissions.

On a tip from Travis.

40 Responses to “Soap Nazi”

  1. Uneducated Moonbat says:

    I love the smell of filth.

  2. TheDarkEricDraven says:

    Dave Blount says:

    “Damn it! If only they could let us stay ignorant!”

  3. Mickey Shea says:

    What a homo

  4. Dan F says:

    If the left has it’s way we really will be the “UGLY AMERICANS” and smelly too…

  5. StanInTexas says:

    My response to Cameron Scott:

    Thank you for your concern, Housemate. You have three choices:
    1) Do my laundry for me with the detergant of your choice
    2) Shut up about my choices
    3) Move out

    Your New Housemate

  6. Jayne C says:

    I would shove his nose into the dryer exaust vent “can you smell it now, bitch?”

  7. tim says:

    can i borrow some carbon credits? i need to do my laundry

  8. Resident Loon says:

    The don’t call ’em ‘smelly hippies’ for nothing

  9. It wasn’t bad enough that they dumbed down by dishwasher detergent, now they want to make my clothes smell bad too? I do wonder how the moonbat roommate launders his own clothes. I am guessing it either has something to do with rocks at the steam or hypocracy.

  10. KHarn says:


    When I clicked on the comments link (I open in a new tab because it’s easier to navigate) I clearly heard two women speaking a foreign language!


    ERIC, there was a time when each new discovery was greeted with the knowledge that it would aid the ADVANCE of science and civilization and would make life BETTER. Now, new “discoverys” seem designed to make humans feel guilty of being alive and threaten to drive civilization back into the stone age.

    Doesn’t that bother you in the least?

  11. TheDarkEricDraven says:

    Confessing you have voices in your head KHarn? =)

  12. Son of Taz says:


    The third alternative should be “I’ll move out, break our agreement and leave you to pay the rent by yourself. Then, when you sue me, I’ll tell the judge and the media just what you said.”

    Moonbats are, at their core, cowards. The roommate would have backed down and found another homo to rape.

  13. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    He sounds soooooo dreamy!

  14. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    Cameron Scott brings you dispatches from the environmental battlefield.

    Now there’s a REAL he-man!

  15. geeknerd says:

    End the ban on phosphates in laundry and dishwasher detergents, so our clothes don’t stink and our dishes get clean.

  16. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    If you don’t like it, you’re a HOMOPHOBE!

  17. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    …and the new racist! [Algore]

  18. FrankW says:

    I’m sorry but these guys are a bunch of wusses. “I’ve had chronic hives for four plus years. Just being near a scented dryer sheet makes me break out in five minutes.”
    Considering the crap I have been exposed to over the years, paint, paint remover, paint thinner, fiberglass insulation, glue used to adhere the fiberglass to steel duct-work, brass cleaner, shoeshine, and various other solvents and sprays, and not once has this caused a rash, serious irritation (although the brass cleaner dehydrated my hands pretty good) or any other ailment. I am so happy I am not a liberal, life must be rough trying to mandate all that stuff they can’t handle.
    BTW earache, you want others to not berate your sexual choices, yet you seem to support demanding others laundry choices, has the whiff of hypocrisy.

  19. chuck in st paul says:

    I got an emission for ya… pull my finger.

    [ OH! Wait! (damn) I’ve got to get my carbon credits first. Be right back ]


    Eco-wackos want everybody to stink like they do

  21. Jayne C says:

    LOL, wipe his pillow with it while he is at work.
    Oh wait, hippies don’t work.

    Well, maybe while he is at a drumming circle, or protesting people bathing. or whatever they do.

  22. ThatDorkEricDraven says:

    My sexual choices don’t destroy the delicate habitat of baby polar bears!

    You washing your clothes with Tide is like taking a flame thrower to a spotted owls nest!

  23. TexasDoc says:

    Anyone want to bet that the whiner could use a good bath in sheep dip? Most of those environuts smell to high heaven and don’t shower or wash their hair. Yuck…..

  24. Hail The Amberlamps! says:

    …dryer emissions are utterly unregulated.

    But of course it must be corrected comrades. Only complete control over everything makes a proper Soviet.

  25. Grunt says:

    Hmmm…I DO like my chikin fried!

    I say, give ’em Pinkeye ala “Knocked Up”.

    Jonah: “We got pinkeye.”

    Ben Stone: “Were you giving butterfly kisses or something?”

    Jason: “Ha ha ha, very funny That’s not how you get pinkeye. You get it from poo particles making their way into your ocular cavities.”

    Jay: “Um, I farted on Jason’s pillow as a practical joke. He farted on Jonah’s, thinking it was mine, and then eventually pinkeyed my pillow. I’m not proud any of this, but I think we’re all forgiven each other. Um, but we can’t go anywhere.”

    Pete: “You can get pinkeye from farting in a pillow?”

    Jonah: “Totally!”

    Pete: “That’s awesome!”

    Yes. Yes it is.

  26. Ghost of FA Hayek says:

    Frank W
    Here it’s been agricultural disinfectants, multitudes of pesticides with a skull and crossbones on the label, Warfarin, Strychnine,industrial strength sodium hypochlorite (couch, cough)Hydrochloric, Muratic and sulfuric acid, ect,ect, ect.
    But a dryer sheet will scare me green ?

  27. hiram says:

    S’ok. Here’s what you do.

    Go to the local hardware store. Look around the cleaning agents (among the degreasers), and get yourself a carton of “trisodium phosphate”. I’ve been putting it BACK INTO my dishwashing detergent for about a year now, and voila! My dishwasher now works like it did in the early 90’s. Go figure.

    I’ll bet it’d work just as well in the laundry. Haven’t tried it yet, but I do need to do some more tonight… hmmm….

    Take that, hippies…

  28. Turbo says:

    Cameron, wrap your man-sausage loving lips around the dryer vent and breathe in deeply, repeatedly [arf arf arf].

  29. TheDarkEricDraven says:

    Ah! Soap Nazi! Like from Seinfeld! I just got that.

  30. Kevin R. says:

    It smelled “strange and chemical?”

    This from someone that probably reeks like patchouli oil.

  31. Joek Loth says:

    eric AND hippies are smelly AND stoopid!!!

  32. Secret Squirrel says:

    I want some spotted owl eggs with my corn beef and hash, puta!

  33. Secret Squirrel says:

    Leftists smell like out houses, never stand down wind from any of them if you don’t want to smell them.

  34. KHarn says:

    “TheDarkEricDraven says:August 31, 2011 at 11:57 am”

    No, in my computer speakers! There’s NOTHING in my head!

    Oh, wait.

    But as to the voices, the “Nostagia Critic” (That Guy With The Glasses) once posted a vidio where his computer was playing the Ghostbusters soundtrack without any player being on or the movie on his computer.

  35. DAN says:

    I’d have to take a shit in his hamper to give him something to really whine about.


    How about dolphin sandwich and a side of delta smelt

  37. Lyn says:

    “The first thing to establish with a prospective roommate…”

    Hey fella the blog post talks about a housemate not a roommate.

    I wonder if that is significant besides the fact that it let me be a smart aleck for a second. I wonder if in San Francisco being a housemate is more of a relationship than being a roommate.

    Ugh I’m getting uncomfortable. It all sounds so dirty & so wrong.

  38. just a thought says:

    And yet, in the “organic farmer” there is the list of things that will go in your compost pile, and dryer lint is right up on top of the list.

  39. TheDarkEricDraven says:

    KHarn…you watch the Critic?…but…how!? I always assumed you guys had diffrent entertianment, like…Big Brother, I guess? I mean, your morality is too fucked up! At least I thought you just thought you were right, but if you watch something like that, you should know you are an asshole I just…don’t understand.
    But yeah, the Ghostbusters thing was pretty funny.

  40. Grunt says:

    No, Dork…we can watch television and think for ourselves, unlike little serial minded folks like you who get their news from FSTDT, Marvel and Cracked.

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