Thursday, January 31, 2008

My e-mail to the TxRepublican party

I just wanted you to know that although I'm not a registered Republican- I generally vote that way.

Given the choices I see now between the four main contenders, I just wanted you to know that I'll be sitting home on election day.

Because not only did I stand still and watch you walk to the left- your two main candidates are what I would politely call rhinos.

John McCain may somehow have gotten a good conservative score, but every time I remember something important coming up- he's sided with the Democrats,,,,,,,,,,,,and that Amnesty bill with his name on it just cinched the saddle there.

Romney changes his positions more than I change my socks, and his Government healthcare isn't two years old and already in debt.

Send me a real conservative and you have my vote.
I wrote this blog post, BTW....I'm tired of voting for the lesser of two evils.

Have a good next four years- you've earned it.

Do you think I was too harsh? Flogging the blog too much?
Should I have just stayed home and let them wonder where everyone was?

Think I'll hear anything back from them?

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

You pervs just won't give up on the Chelsea Clinton nipple s

Will you?

Ok, I guess you've got to be desperate coming here to look, seeing as I can't stand the Clinton mafioso.

Anyway, why don't you hit the *IMAGE* or *PICTURE* button on your search engine before you go looking at blogs that should have better taste than to show CHELSEA CLINTONS NIPPLES.

I mean, really.

You absolutly have to be completely taste dead to want to see CHELSEA CLINTON NIPPLES anyway.

The Bush twins have it over Chelsea any way you turn them- looks, personality, their humanitarian works,,,,,


Ok, but remember- I already told you she has her dads nipples:

Looks like the 'Maverick" won Fla

So we don't *really* have a lot of choice,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,AGAIN.
And all the pundits and prognosticators will tell you to hold your nose and vote for the lessor of two evils.


I'm tired of having to pick the dregs of the vote.

I want a REAL conservative to vote for. Not some manufactured 'conservative' that uses highly selective highlights of a 30 year record to try to convince gullible Americans that he *really* IS a conservative after all.


If I have to vote for evil, I'll go all the way.

Here's my candidate now.........

You may have read about him, and you can get his bumper stickers here.

The greater of all the evils...............


Tuesday, January 29, 2008


Three hours of drinking beer and watching players wander around on a field, waiting for something exiting to happen.

Then rioting in the streets.


What we in America must aspire to...

Because This kind of action just doesn't happen in football

You just can't make this up

Even more reasons that we want government healthcare in America.

An 11-year-old boy from Britain, who was partially deaf for nearly 10 years, was suddenly cured when a thick piece of cotton popped out of his ear, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

Jerome Bartens was diagnosed as deaf in his right ear when he was just two-years-old.

Over the next nine years, he struggled to live a normal life as a young boy — but everything changed when he felt a sudden pop in his right ear while playing a game of pool with friends.

He put his finger in his ear and pulled out a tip of a cotton wool bud that had been wedged in his ear since he was a toddler.

I know our Dr.s are rushed, but at least they *look* at the patient because unlike Big Gov- the Dr.s here can be sued for missing something obvious like that.

Monday, January 28, 2008


Does anyone know of a website that can tell me how to replace the back glass on a '04 Mitsu Montero Sport?

I know how, but being it's a Mitsubitchi, and all- Japenese, I figure it won't be as straightforward as an American vehicle.

I went to change the oil yesterday in the back yard- with LOTS of gnarly, twisted Mesquite trees, and a very dirty rear window. I was maneuvering to my *ramp* and before I could change from shifting out of reverse from the columb (my Chevy) to the floor shifter (the Mitsu) I rolled into a stub of an old branch about two inches in from the bottom right of the window. The only reason we have glass back there right now is because of the window tinting (and lots of clear packing tape).

I can get a used one installed for $150 at a body shop. I guess my mentioning the extra $200 not going to a pistol made him decide to give me a break.
Karens birthday is comming up and hopefully she gets a new bed, and I can talk her into letting me have this.

Sunday, January 27, 2008

Can't you hear her strident voice right now?

Looking out for the disenfranchised?

"I hear all the time from people in Florida and Michigan that they want their voices heard in selecting the Democratic nominee.

"I believe our nominee will need the enthusiastic support of Democrats in these states to win the general election, and so I will ask my Democratic convention delegates to support seating the delegations from Florida and Michigan. I know not all of my delegates will do so and I fully respect that decision. But I hope to be President of all 50 states and U.S. territories, and that we have all 50 states represented and counted at the Democratic convention.

Because she's either clueless about can't remember WHY their delegates aren't counted *now* OR she thinks the clueless voting public is.
I guess she also overlooked the little thing from the DNC that says those delegates will be divvied up *AT* the convention.

But that's ok, history will be changed to meet her memory, when she's back in power.

AND she'll get us the healthcare that we deserve.

AND make the planes run on time.

All HAIL El Douche!!

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Welcome to another installment of weekend nose art

In continuing the theme of my previous post in beautiful and deadly.
We have this quartet of B-25's taken at a Reno airshow.

Dangerously beautiful- like an armed, angry redhead.

Just couldn't help posting this

Sexydangerous, huh?

It's a Confederate Le Mat revolver.
Developed by Dr. Jean Le Mat back in 1856 in N'awlins.
It holds nine .44 balls and a center barrel will hold 20 gauge worth of whatever you put in it.

Friday, January 25, 2008

Everything old is new again

This time it's the looming water shortage.
Remember it? Last time around it created the 4-flush toilet because Congress forced everyone to get one.

I don't know what the big deal is, the earth is 70% water; and when Global Warming hits full force in 10 years, the oceans will be almost fresh water because of the resulting ice melt.
That alone will raise the sea level by 300 feet and dilute the oceans so only minimal de-sal will be needed.
I'm sure AlGore will be selling Sodium Chloride offsets, too.

Oh, and we're running out of dirt...again, too.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

I am definitely putting Rick Moran on the blogroll

I was going to link a post from him (via Say anything -which is giving F/F fits)about how the Clinton machine will do anything to anyone to get over...
That would have been a good excuse to use El Capitains photoshopped Hillary image..but it can wait. (another thank-you-very-much to Bill Gates and VISTA)

I was scrolling down looking for the post in question when I saw this one that pretty much echos my sentiments.

But I must confess to being totally uninterested in who gets the Republican nod for the nomination from here on out. I will, like Bob Krumm, vote for Fred in the Super Tuesday primary in Illinois. I will then be able to sit back and watch with amusement as the party turns handsprings trying to make John McCain acceptable to most of the rest of us.

By the time the convention rolls around, McCain will be seen as a savior, just the right man to defeat Hillary Clinton. We can then be further amused as McCain loses handily to Clinton, admittedly as a result of factors largely beyond his control but which could have been mitigated by nominating someone who didn’t deliberately (and with apparent relish) piss off conservatives for much of his career. McCain’s questionable stands on core conservative issues are expertly covered up by his campaign. But Mark Levin exposed the senator’s record in a devastating piece in NRO that included these legislative measures with McCain’s name on them:

McCain-Feingold — the most brazen frontal assault on political speech since Buckley v. Valeo.

McCain-Kennedy — the most far-reaching amnesty program in American history.

McCain-Lieberman — the most onerous and intrusive attack on American industry — through reporting, regulating, and taxing authority of greenhouse gases — in American history.

McCain-Kennedy-Edwards — the biggest boon to the trial bar since the tobacco settlement, under the rubric of a patients’ bill of rights.

McCain-Reimportation of Drugs — a significant blow to pharmaceutical research and development, not to mention consumer safety…

McCain’s disdain for the party and for conservatives will almost surely come back to haunt him in November if he is the nominee.

Or let’s say the unexpected happens and Daddy Warbucks outlasts McCain and buys his way to victory. Here’s a guy who wouldn’t be able to remember what he said previously about an issue, the end result being he would end up flipping and flopping so much the media would have to keep a scorecard as to where he stood on an issue on any given day.


And Remember, Mitts state (Commonwealth?)"universal Healthcare" plan is only two years old and almost a BILLION Dollars in the red already- AND they're fining 'the rich' for ,,,,ummmm being rich in Mass. Because they're either paying too much- or not enough for health insurance.

Huckabee isn't much more than a white Alan Keyes- with less ethics and a better PR machine.

And Rudy has enough baggage to give the MSM enough ammo to blow another grand canyon wherever he's campaigning.


There's beer in the fridge and munchies in the cupboard.

So sit down and watch this.


Mein Fuher, I CAN WALK!


Oh cr@p. I was putting it away and saw the SONY logo.
Now I have to deep scan for rootkits.

Thanks alot SONY, appreciate your customer concerns!
Yep, the customer is #1 with you aren't they?

You just can't get good help now-a-days

I guess the cell leaders are gonna hafta start doing it themselves.


H/T Robert.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008


So, is anyone else having troubles with Fire Fox?
Is it getting kinda wiggy on two completely different computers, running two completely diferent Win OS and two completely different versions of FireFox?

Both are freezing up, the Vista (F/F 3.0 Beta) just freezes up and the screen goes hazy (thanks Bill for your wondeful VISTA nannyism).

Monday, January 21, 2008

Goodnight Emily

Not only Bob will miss you.

You showed alot of young spankers that it wasn't only blonde over blue that was sexy.

And the husky sexy smokers voice put the hot on top.

Ok, come ON, don't tell me you perves don't have anything to say about Suzanne Pleshette.

Hey kiddies, guess what today is!!!!!!!!!

That's right, it's Martin Luther King day, as you're probably either sick of hearing- or had all forms of the PC MSM brown nosing a guy who's been dead for forty year turned off.
Don't tell me they're going overboard on all this reporting on parades and marches and politicians getting up on a pulpit (even the Godless Liberal ones) and gushing about "THEMessage" because they care about him.

If he wasn't black, and you weren't afraid of being labeled a racist hatemonger, you wouldn't give this day any more attention than you do Veterans day.

I'm just glad I had Charlie Daniels to listen to in my truck.

Ohhh, my sweet Lord

NOW it turns out that it wasn't the complete incompetence of the Democrat political machine that caused all the problems in N'awlins.

It was Big Oil.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

It almost looks like I'll be sitting this next election out

Except for the fact that I'll be voting for Quico Conseco.
And maybe some third party that represents my hopes for America.

Original image stolen from Squakbox noise.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

The Texas Border coalition

It's a bunch of landowners and municipalities along the texas border- naturally.
These people don't want a fence (just like K.Bailey-Hutchinson) to interfere with their culture and trade.

They've gone to court to stop the gov't from finally trying to build the fence along the border.

All say they'll fight the fence, because it would interfere with their lives.

OK, the rest of America wants a fence to keep the trash out.

Y'all make your choice- we put up a fence in front of you, or behind you.
......And, no- there'll be no 'do overs' when you're over-run by the third world.

Gaaaahhhhhh.....who am I kidding?
We all know that as soon as some minority (finally) complains about illegals taking over, we'll be throwing half the treasury at the problem- trying to fix it retroactivly.

Friday, January 18, 2008

Another thought on the 'Maverick' Mc Cain

I was listening to Michael Medved on the way home.
He mentioned that several conservative Senators had endorsed John McCain, and used that to bolster his McCain-as-a-conservative argument.

He asked a caller who questioned Big Johns record- why would those Republican conservatives back McCain if he wasn't a real conservative?

The answer, Michael is another question:
Which other Republican Senators are running for President?

They have a vested interest in getting one of them in the top seat, just so they can have a *BIG* lever in steering the course of the next four years of policy.

Or am I being too cynical?

Welcome back to "pinup" fridays- Nose art

Which just happed to be what that B-29 cost back in the day.

'Patches' was probably a reference to the bodyworking ability of her ground crew.

Thursday, January 17, 2008

I guess the vast majority of Republicans

Updated with a John McCain speach to a Democrat meeting- during his 2004 Presidential run.

Have the memory capabilities of a goldfish.

Since the maverick John Kennedy-McCain-Feingold is polling well above the negative numbers that he should be, if the voting public remembered all he voted against in his whoring for the Legacy Medias approval.

Ok, he's a war hero. He took what the Viet Cong could throw at him and walked away.
Good, I can respect that.

What I cannot respect is the fact that in the following forty years- he has actively sided with the Democratic party, or undermined the conservative ideals of the Republicans more than he's helped his party.

Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., is launching perhaps his harshest attack yet on his own party and his gushiest praise of Democrats.

"I believe my party has gone astray," McCain said yesterday, singling out GOP stands on environmental issues and racial set-asides.

"I think the Democratic Party is a fine party, and I have no problems with it, in their views and their philosophy," he said. "But I also feel the Republican Party can be brought back to the principles I articulated before."
J. McCain 2004

I can't forget that.

I will not vote for someone who is so transparent in working against everything I believe in- except the GWoT- that the Left wants to see him in charge of my country.

Nope, ain't gonna happen.

I'll stay home instead.

Dear F-150 drivers

Can I ask you a question?

Why in the F*CK do you all have to drive like speed-freaks on crank EVERY. F*CKING. TIME. the WEATHER. is BAD?
It was cold and windy as h3ll this morning, I was almost rearended but two F-150's because I was only doing 75 (at 6:15AM). Look @sshole, I can only go as fast as the other TWO HUNDRED cars in front of me. You saw the line of taillights when you tried pushing me out of the way.

Also, DICK!, I stop when the light is red, I'm *NOT* going to run a red light because you woke up late.

I bet that the majority of accidents involved an F-150 today.
I don't see (as many) Chevy drivers driving like d1ckheads, or Ram drivers that much. I guess it has something to do with driving something more expensive (with the increased maturity) than a Ford.


They sure are a fickle lot, aren't they?

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Send us some mujahadin to shoot

Remember, drink milk.

Stolen from the Jawa.

So, Romney won in Michigan


And that means exactly what?
That he collected the Republican delegates? What else, since the vote was open to anyone who wanted to claim that they were a Republican for that day.
The only excluding factor in that vote was the fact that the Libs who couldn't even force themselves to pretend to be a Republican for a hour or so didn't vote for Mitt or the Maveric.
...Ohhh and the Democrats who actually respect the sanctity of the vote. All five of them.

The ACLU- defining deviancy down


We have the next chapter in the Larry Craig colonoscopy.

This time they're claiming that those having sex in a PUBLIC bathroom (I guess) have the same expectation of uninterrupted wild monkey s3x that they would in their own bedroom.
Because in the same trial/ charge was the fact that Craig invaded the privacy of the next stall over by inviting the occupant to ,,,observe his "wide stance."

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Hope you all had a good Tuesday

Mine really sucked.
...AND time was so slow the secondhand traveled as slowly as the minute hand usually does.

It was supposed to rain today, so the foreman had us work inside- wiring switches and outlets.
Something a helper could do with a week on the job.

We're behind on the buried stuff, but bossman didn't want us on raw dirt.

Gawd, how. absolutely. depressing. working in a dingey, chilly, depressing school.

Monday, January 14, 2008

When is a donation not a donation?

When it's required.
But, I guess if you're a non-profit organization.

I'm looking at drivers ed classes for Thing-2's birthday and see that Curbbuster is a non-profit foundation that requires a $99 donation for their course.

The mechanics of jerkymaking

There are as many recipes as you want to look for on AlGore's intertubes.

I usually use a cheap brisket because I'm making it to chew on, not enter into some gourmet jerky contest.

Whatever kind of meat you use, there are two ways to slice it, depending on how chewy/ hard you want it. Cutting on a short bias (across) the grain will make it easier to bite and chew, while cutting with the grain will give you a chewier piece.

Putting the meat in the freezer until it's semi-frozen will make it easier to slice thinly (1/8"- 1/4").

While you're freezing the meat is a good time to make the marinade of your choice, from sweet and sour all the way to burn-your-tongue-off hot. Just find (or create) a recipe you like.

Slice your meat and put into a container that you can refrigerate without too much hassle.
I like to use 1 gal. freezer bags because they can seal the air out.
Refrigerate for at least 4 hours- more for stronger flavor- I usually toss mine in the fridge overnight.

To jerkify, I use the oven- set at about 180 for four hours or so.
Put the bottom rack on the bottom position and use foil for a drip catcher.
Skewer your meat with shish-ka-bob skewers and let hang from the top rack set on the top position.

When finished to your liking (soft, brittle chewy, etc,,,) let cool and put into a clean freezer bag, and refrigerate because ALL the responsible site tell you too. Me, I just throw it in the truck and snack till it's gone. The original purpose of jerky was to preserve meat for a long time....

Hope that helped, Vern.

I stopped smoking about eight years ago (part I)

I stopped ALL tobacco products then, because I wanted away from the temptation of lighting up.

But I'm back on the backhoe again, and getting tired of jawbreakers and candy.
I'm starting to want a good ol' chaw of Red Man bulging out my cheek, and flooding my mouth with that sweet tobacco juice while I concentrate on not hitting existing buried utilities.

So I decided to try remembering the old recipe for my "Redman Jerky".

This is about what I came up with:
A $20 cut of brisket

Cut into thirds (these two are ready for the freezer operation)

And the last one for the afternoon lunch- trimmed and coated with a nice dry rub and set in the refrigerator to contemplate it's mission.

When the (soon to be) jerky is frozen hard enough to slice into (about) 1/4" slices
You can see the marinade and the ingredients in the back and to the side.
-FYI- 4 oz of molasses is a little too much.

Sunday, January 13, 2008

I stopped smoking about eight years ago Part II)

I broke this post up because Google didn't want me putting too many pics up on one post....

Gently place in the oven with care (about 190 for 4 hours)
I *need* to clean that top front, don't I?

Remove to bake rolls (this step can be skipped)

Remove, let cool and place in re-sealable baggie with all the care that it will be subjected to in the field.

The final result is acceptable for something close to the Red Man experience-
As close as possible with jerky, I guess.

I wonder if I could get a toe in the "Stop Smoking" market?

Sorry, can't help it

See, Rachel Lucas is doing her Italian trip thing, and is telling about her first impressions of that country (Rome, actually), and one paragraph made me put this You-Tube up.

Oh and before I forget, and there will be more detail on this later, the scenery from the airport to the Termini station was absolutely horrifying. There were actual shanties that people live in. There is so much graffiti, holy SHIT. It is on everything!

So with that segue, I give you "Romani ite domum"

This is not good

It looks like hackers have developed a brand spanking new type of maleware to take control of your Master boot record (it tells your computer which programs to run when you star-up).

The malicious program is a type of virus known as a rootkit and it tries to overwrite part of a computer's hard drive called the Master Boot Record (MBR).

This is where a computer looks when it is switched on for information about the operating system it will be running.

"If you can control the MBR, you can control the operating system and therefore the computer it resides on," wrote Elia Florio on security company Symantec's blog.

Ok, it's a root kit, right? here's where it gets bad (worse):

Once installed the virus, dubbed Mebroot by Symantec, usually downloads other malicious programs, such as keyloggers, to do the work of stealing confidential information.

Most of these associated programs lie in wait on a machine until its owner logs in to the online banking systems of one of more than 900 financial institutions.

The Russian virus-writing group behind Mebroot is thought to have created the torpig family of viruses that are known to have been installed on more than 200,000 systems. This group specialises in stealing bank login information.


Analysis of Mebroot has shown that it uses its hidden position on the MBR as a beachhead so it can re-install these associated programs if they are deleted by anti-virus software.

Although the password-stealing programs that Mebroot installs can be found by security software, few commercial anti-virus packages currently detect its presence. Mebroot cannot be removed while a computer is running.

Did you catch that last sentience?
Mebroot cannot be removed while a computer is running.

Which means at least a trip to the GeekSquad of your choice to get rid of it.
But after re-reading the article, it looks like if you're not using IE, AND your updates are...up to date, you shouldn't have much to worry about.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

I have to admit

That I'm surprised at the lack of comments my last post generated.

Especially from my female readers.

Friday, January 11, 2008

Let me try something here

Using Liberal ,,,ummmm...extrapolation techniques.

You know, we take a short specific time period and start making 'scientific' pronouncements about the future of all humanity- based on our pre-conceived ideas.

OR, maybe a little AND thrown in- we take our personal pet peeves and look for tenuous scientific links. Like the secondhand smoke boogieman.

So, instead of looking back through millions of years of geological evidence to see the heating and cooling cycles of the earth, and hyping a pet peeve---we can get gullible people to change the way they live.

OK- how does this sound?
The modern brasire is only about a century old.
We're talking the cups and clasps that lifts and seperates,,,,not the whatever they had before girdles and bodices.

I also notice that the incidence of breast cancer has increased these last decades also.
Soooooo, using the Libs theories- I'd have to assume that bras are in some way responsible for the rise in breast cancer.

I think that it's kind of like global warming [times two :-D] there is some type of man made covering that is producing the problem...right? CO2= global warming >carbon offsets.

Now, this man made interference with nature needs to be addressed in the global community- no matter what it takes- - to make Gaea happy.

Ok, in the same vein of the Liberal version of *helping* things- it's my considered opinion (with as much science as AlGore has) that the cause of Breast Cancer is Mammary glands being starved for natural air due to MAN MADE artificial coverings.
In order to help prevent this it should be required --for health reasons only--that women let their sweater puppies breath free air for at least 14 hours a day.

Seriously ladies, I'm only looking out for your health.

Think about the link- increased bra use= increased breast cancer----because of lack of natural ventilation. So, to help the Health Care Crisis, do your part to reduce breast cancer by letting them breath.

FYI- they get better air if they're in open air, but if you're on the psychotically shy side, you should be ok if you wear a tight Tee shirt (to increase the cross-ventilation issues) if you're name is Aunt Bee.

Welcome back to Nose Art Friday

This week we take a look at cartoons at war.

Bashful graced the nose of a B-24 in the Pacific air war in 1943

Bourbon boxcar was also a B-24 in the Pacific

The Seabees even had their nose art. NCB was the acronym for Naval Construction Battalion, which probably built the planes airstrip.

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Note to self

Buy a new thermostat on the way home.

It's in the 40's outside, 69 inside and the thermostat is set at 74.

YES, I changed the batteries.

It's always been kind of touchy on the heating cycle.

It was a wire that worked itself loose. That's $25 down the drain-or a replacement for when it really does go bad....

ID's required to vote....elderly hit hardest

So, over in Indiana we have a poster-child for ID-free voting.

See, she decided that the requirement of showing an ID is unduly restrictive on her ability to vote wherever, and how often she wanted to.

Faye Buis-Ewing, 72 years young, and a resident of both Indiana AND Florida...

claimed two states as her primary residence and received a homestead exemption on her property taxes in both states.

Monday night from her Florida home, Ewing said she and her husband Kenneth “winter in Florida and summer in Indiana.” She admitted to registering to vote in both states, but stressed that she¹s never voted in Florida. She also has a Florida driver’s license, but when she tried to use it as her photo ID in the Indiana elections in November 2006, poll workers wouldn’t accept it.

See! Look at how the elderly are singled out for this vigilante enforcement.
I bet (since she's elderly) she had to go out specifically for a picture ID, just so she could vote.

I bet the "poor" have to go out to get a picture ID just so they can vote, too.

Because no one else - like banks, rental companies, utility companies, check cashing operations, Government social service agencies,Drivers license offices, ETC. would ever think about doubting who the "elderly" or "the poor" would say they were- because they're beyond reproach....because of their victim status- or something.

AND,,,as long as we're making sure the elderly and poor aren't put out by having to obtain specifically for voting, we should do away with the pesky thing called 'fraud', because the elderly are too enfeebled to understand this...

According to Ewing and Ann Nucatola, public information director for the Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles, Ewing surrendered her Indiana driver¹s license in 2000, when she moved to Florida and obtained her Florida license. Nucatola said that a driver must have a Florida address to obtain a Florida driver¹s license.

“And if they own property in two states they have to get a license that says ‘valid in Florida only,’” Nucatola said.

Ewing said Monday that her license is a “regular” one that she uses in both states. She renewed it in 2007 on a Punta Gorda, Fla. address.

At the Charlotte County, Fla. voter registration office, Sandy Wharton, vote qualifying office manager, said Ewing registered to vote in Charlotte County on Sept. 18, 2002, and signed an oath that she was a Florida resident and understood that falsifying the voter application was a third-degree felony punishable by prison and a fine up to $5,000. Wharton said her office checked Ewing’s Florida residency and qualified her on Oct. 2, 2002. On Oct. 4, 2002, they mailed her Florida voter card to her, to the West Lafayette, Ind. address that Ewing gave as a mailing address.

However, Ewing didn’t vote in Florida that year, nor has she ever voted in Charlotte County, Wharton said. But, just a month after receiving her Florida voter card, she did vote in the November 2002 elections in Tippecanoe County, Ind., according to Heather Maddox, co-director of elections and registration in Tippecanoe.

Ewing confirmed that she is registered in both states to vote, but at first said the Florida registration came automatically with her driver’s license. She repeatedly denied signing the oath on the Florida application. She also said Indiana mailed her an absentee ballot, but she didn’t use it or vote that year.

However, Heather Maddox, co-director of election registration in Tippecanoe County, said Ewing voted in Indiana in 2002, 2003 and 2004, before the Indiana ID law took effect in 2005.

Yes, I can understand her elderly 'confusion' about about voting where you live,,,because if pressed, I'd have to assume that she votes Democrat as often as possible- if she can remember - since she's so mentally feeble, and all.

Wednesday, January 09, 2008


Thank you, actually this really pertains to you how insist on adding tracking cookies and spyware to your visitors computers.

After banning all cookies from MySpace (which knocked out about 50) and (about 20),
and two blogs who are no longer on my blogroll because of tracking cookies- my daily AdAware count went from 140 infections down to about 20.

There might be a problem loading MySpace, but I don't go on it- Whoever was going on it from here has her own computer to load-up with that cr@p- all I miss with the advertising spyware removed is ads not loading in banner ads. No loss because I ignore them anyway.

As far as the blogs, you want to see my surfing habits, I don't want you to. I don't have to read your blog- there are probably millions out there, quite a few that have the same content that you do. Like our most important immigrants say..."Lo f*cking siento- vato."

Monday, January 07, 2008

I know the election is a long way off

A VERY long way away. And a lot can happen between now and the National nominations.

I'm already hearing the same old kan't about 'giving them' the election if I stay home- or vote for a third party.

Look guys, I don't know how long -except for Reagan, and Bush (the first time)- I've been pulling the lever for the lesser of the two evils. Look what we've got- on both sides of the ticket. Pandering empty suits who'll say anything to get the golden ring.

I don't owe the Republicans anything, and the Dems even less.
I stood my ground and watched both parties sidestep to the left. Then after the next election they went "Left Face" and marched to the left side of the grinder.

I'm already hearing the 'don't stay home' cry from the core. Sorry guys, voting for the lesser of two evils is still voting for evil- isn't it?

In this latest crop of wannabes I see two that I would vote for, as real Conservatives. One might actually have shot if he keeps showing America his conservative message. The fact that he shows that he almost holds the MSM in contempt really kicks it for FRED!. Duncan Hunter is someone else I'd feel good about voting for, but I doubt he'll be in the running for the Texas primaries.

On the Left Dem side you have an Empty suit who feels fine in launching a unilateral attack on the northern part of one of out (quasi) allies in the war on terror (without even UN approval); an ambulance chaser who still thinks America is living in the depression- working conditions and all; and lastly Hillary- need I say more? All would be quite comfy in Benito Mussolini's Italy.

On the Republican side you have Mitt- who changes position as much as I change my socks AND presided over a (state)government mandated health care bureaucracy that is billions in debt in it's second year. Huckabee is a tax and spend Governor who feels right at home telling us how we need to live our lives while being clueless about international matters. Maverick John McCain sided with the Dems as much (if not more) than he sided with the Republicans. Rudy has too much personal baggage- if the right was jumping on Clinton they shouldn't be giving Rudy a pass for the same infidelity thing. Rudy also wants to take my guns(not now because hes running for pres).

All of the above mentioned are for some type of reward for Illegals breaking our laws.

I on't know if I'll sit out this time, or actually get to vote FOR someone.
I do know that I won't be holding my nose and voting for evil this time!

Oh, it's HER!

Guess who this is?

Some have seen their treatment — or rather lack of it — as nothing short of a national disgrace.

For it seems soldiers returning from frontline duty in Iraq and Afghanistan have at times been met not with praise, but indifference.

Yet in the midst of ingratitude, there has been one unexpected figure who has quietly done her bit to ensure that courage under fire does not go completely unsung.

she's a Brit BTW.

Ever since she became Royal Colonel of 4th Battalion, The Rifles, the Duchess of Cornwall has taken a close personal interest in the welfare of the 650 men who have just returned from a gruelling tour of Iraq.

She has, I can reveal, sent a handwritten letter to every wounded soldier — and there have been 62 of them — as well as a £50 bottle of whisky or a hamper of food. Camilla has also written to the families of the battalion's 11 dead soldiers — not just to the widows but the fiancees of unmarried riflemen.

Some relatives have even been invited to her home for tea. This remarkable insight into a very private side of the Duchess has been revealed by the servicemen themselves, who have spoken of her unstinting support.

Yes, if you caught it, you read right.
She's the usurper of Saint Diana's memory.

It's heartening to hear about what some people do in spite of their very vocal and very public detractors.

Thanks Miriam!

Sunday, January 06, 2008

Well, it's official

I just made the call to the Medina County Courthouse.

I got their recording.

I DON"T have to go to jury duty tomorrow!!!!

Yay me!

This sign reminds me of a joke

Go ahead and look at it.

I'll wait.


A guy and his hot blonde 26 year old wife go golfing and see a sign like that, except this one warned about houses along the fairway.

The wife takes her swing and slices right into a set of leaded glass French doors.
As they watch in horror, the ball goes right through the center of the glass with a resounding crash.

The guy said to his wife, we have to go and see about taking care of this.
"It might help if you showed some more cleavage, just in case."

They got to the door and saw a man lying on the floor next to a broken vase.
"OhhmyGod, I've killed him!" cried the wife with her hands at her mouth.

At this, the man began to move, and said "No, you didn't kill me- you freed me from my prison of all these years."
"You see I am a Genie and was imprisoned in that vase."

"You were? You are? How? why?...." said both of them.
"It's the old story you've heard before, the Far east, Magicians -the real ones, spells, the like" answered the Genie.
"And in reward for freeing me, i will now grant you your one wish."

"One wish? We always heard it was three wishes?"
"No, that rumor was brought back with the Crusaders who heard an interpreter wrong."

"Oh, in that case we'd want a three million dollar portfolio in our bank account."
"Very well, you should see it in your account Monday morning." replied the Jinn.

"Now, about that $1500 door you broke with the wicked slice- who was responsible?"
"I was" replied the wife, "he warned me about hitting straight."

"How are we going to settle this? I want satisfaction for the door now, so it can be replaced immediately"

"We could write a check and you could use it to pay for the door" said hubby.

"No, nothing can happen with that until Monday, I need compensation now. I took care of my obligation to you immediately."
"As is custom in my land- a husband may repay a debt with the use of his wife. I haven't had relations with a woman in 1200 years. Let me enjoy her for the afternoon and you are free of obligation. You may then go with my blessing."

"Ummmmmm...."said the husband looking questionably at his hot wife
"I'll give you 15 minutes to decide, then call the authorities for resolution".

Well the couple put their heads together and discussed the pros and cons of the offer, or threat as it was mentioned once or twice, and they reluctantly decided that discretion was the better part of honor and said yes.

After leading his soon to be conquest to the master bedroom and romancing in many exotic and orgasm encouraging positions, they were relaxing and gathering their reserves for one last marathon of love making when the Jinn asked "Tell me, just how old you are?"

"I'm 26 and Ron is 28. Why?"

"Aren't you two just a little old to believe in Genies?" he asked.

More news that's not

Because it doesn't fit the Anti-American Liberal MSM agenda.

And because the Iraqi Deputy PM is putting blame where it belongs.

On the UN.

BAGHDAD (AFP) — Iraq's culture of corruption stems from the actions of the international community and the controversial UN oil-for-food scheme, the deputy prime minister Barham Saleh said on Thursday.

Speaking at a new anti-corruption forum in Baghdad, Saleh said that the programme, run between 1996 and 2003 while Iraq was under UN sanctions, and what he charged was the body's wasteful use of money were to blame for the rampant corruption that bedevils Iraq.

"A large responsibility for the outbreak of corruption in Iraq lies on the international community," said Saleh.

"The scandals of food-for-oil and the wasting of public riches by the UN... is evidence of the serious damage that has deepened the problem in the country."

For seven years before the US-led invasion of Iraq in 2003, the oil-for-food programme allowed Baghdad -- which was under a punishing trade embargo since its invasion of Kuwait in 1990 -- to sell oil in return for cash to buy food and medicine.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words

How about an essay?

The Shadow knows

In case you're too young to recognize that pose.

In news that's not worth reporting

Comes the fact that Wyoming had their primaries and Fred! picked up three delegates.
Duncan Hunter got one.

Saturday, January 05, 2008

Congress. Forcing Americans into the future

Whether they want to be or not.

Take sand and add heat to make glass
metal and heat to make the base
Incandescent light bulb
Just plug and play, toss when done

Take sand and heat to make glass
A coating of Phosphorous
An emmisive substance to the filaments (on both sides)
Fluorescent tube

THEN (nope, not ready yet)

A starter switch (made of Aluminum and copper)

THEN (still not ready)
A Ballast (made of copper and usually steel)

You put these together and shrink it into a nice happy looking ice cream cone shape and you have a Compact fluorescent light.

That in it's life span probably uses more resources then the incandescent will.

BUT hey, it's environmentally friendly, right?
Nope- remember the Mercury?
You're supposed to drive it down to a special recycling center -probably in a cr@ppy part of town 20 miles away (so add the gas used carbon foot print to it's effect, too)

I use CFLs because I got tired of replacing incandescent bulbs in inaccessible spaces, and if I ever have to toss them, they'll be going with the regular trash.
driving Libs who'll make sure that you know how they're going out of their way to recycle those Which I assume all those OTHER millions of MANDATED CFLs will be too. Except for the Prius driving Libs who'll make sure you know that they're going out of their way to recycle their CFLs.

To save the planet, you know.

I'd bet (knowing our Gov't and their greenie friends) that there'll be a 'processing fee' of some kind. You know...for the children.

So, Hil lost the other day

I guess those weren't Coyotes getting the dogs all worked up.

I sure am glad I wasn't in THAT campaign headquarters, seeing as the Queen of Mean found out that she's not adored like her handlers told her she was.

Thursday, January 03, 2008

Ahhh, the Iowa primaries

It is Iowa right?

In a close race between Plasticman, Religiousman and Mavericman on one side and the Carpetbagger of Arkansas New Yawk, Ambulancechacerman and Emptysuitman on the other, America is supposed to collectively hold our breath for the results.
Because for some reason that was probably addressed on some unwatched network news show- 100,000 potatoe (notice the olde English spelling?) corn farmers are going to start telling us who we'll have a vote on eleven months from now.

In light of this important event, I sat captive to the radio on the way home.
Getting some of that ole time religion from the Rev.

YES! I feeeeel the pOWer!

We now have scientific EVIDENCE

We have to do *something* about it now!

Because we all know that science is right, especially when there's consensus.

They did an actual study and discovered that texting while driving *could* cause a wreck.

Of course the logical thing to do would be to form a group like MADD and go all stupid on over reacting to the fact that wireless devices DO cause wrecks.
But that's never going to happen because even the most fanaticle of those prohibitionists have gotten so used to having a cell phone jammed into their ear that it's almost second nature to be weaving all over the road and slowing for no apparent reason.

Which reminds me- TxDOT is going to be replacing those roadside (privately paid for) with official gov't (your tax dollars) markers designating that site as a result of drunk driving (exept for the drunk that caused it). The markers will have the name(s) of the victims with a message about drinking and driving.

I'm just wondering if we'll be paying for a seperate one for those deaths caused by cell phones and texting. I'd bet not= because even though scientific tests prove that driving while phoning is as bad as driving after three drinks- Liberals don't have a problem with it, because they do it.

Tuesday, January 01, 2008

My obligatory list of New Years resolutions

Some blogs I've seen have long and complex goals.
Others are more on the exotic side.
Several more well meaning blogs are doing what they can for a better world.
Others still are more realistic, so in that vein:

I resolve this year to
  • Do my best to remain at least 20 degrees above room temp.
  • Not vote for anyone not like me (white, male, lazy and conservative-hey I'm in TEXAS alright?).
  • Buy as little foreign petroleum products as possible.
  • Buy American whenever possible (at least avoid the ChiCom things).
  • Stop teasing the dogs so much ( at least after I can get the newest one to Man Up)
  • Not to use firearms on the annoying, idiotic yapping Dachshund mix next door.
Well, I hope I didn't set my goals too high this year.