Tuesday, July 31, 2007

MMMmmmmmmm, ribs

Karen and I were talking about the ‘baby’ (Goliath), and how he’s almost got the last rib bone gnawed down. She thought he (and the rest of the dogs) could use another supply dump.

Today I got done early (12 drops buried by 1:30- thankyouverymuch) and dropped by H.E.B. (A major grocery chain in Tx) to get some *dog food* and other things I forgot on the Sunday shopping run.

Anyway, beef ribs for $1.42/lb and tomato sauce satisfied the meal needs. $65 took care of the rest I couldn’t remember Sun. (Because I forgot the shopping list).

Got home about 3PM and turned on the oven to 370 and started the BBQ sauce.
I don’t usually like candy or much sweet- but when it comes to BBQ- I’d kill a diabetic with my sauce.
This is what went on the ribs:

can tomato sauce (1 LG- or 3 small)
1 good squirt of mustard
2/3 (or 1) sweet onion diced fine
Garlic powder - to cover the entire sauce pan (or to taste)
Cumino - a good TBS (or to taste)
Chili powder - double the Cumino
Brown sugar - at least 2/3 cup (or more)
Honey - a good squirt (or two)
Cinnamon - a quick dash.

Stir while heating to get everything melted and mixed.

Spoon it on the ribs and cook the ribs until the wife gets home.
The sugar will be crunchy caramelised on the top and end pieces and the rest will be juussst right for finger liking, AND the meat will almost want to fall off the bone.

Also we had Cottage Fries per Karen’s request.

And nothing helps ribs like a good cold beer. This happened to be a Shiner Bavarian Amber anniverary brew #98.

Now, after hearing about my meal, do you think I’d be worried about the nutritional content of my beer? The TABC BATF Treasury Dept. thinks you should be, that’s why they’re thinking about mandating nutritional labels on your alcohol.

NEW YORK — The Treasury Department is considering a new rule that would require companies to put alcoholic content, serving sizes and nutritional information on all alcoholic drink packaging.

According to the proposed rule being published Tuesday for public comment, labels on all alcoholic beverages — from beer cans to wine bottles — would include a statement of the drink's percentage of alcohol by volume.

The labels would also include a "serving facts" panel, which would list the number of calories, carbohydrates, fat and protein for a standard serving size.

Because evryone is worried what alcohol will do to your diet :-S

Monday, July 30, 2007

Dear Brit.,

I read about your last attempt at being some-kind of hot.
Please stop.

No matter what you sycophants say, your sexy hot-nobody-cares-about-your-frog-voice is, like so 10 years ago.

Today you're a late 20-something with visibly slack , , , things.
You've had two (or three-who knows) kids you don't take care of.
You're not much better than trailer-trash.

So I guess it falls on me to tell you.

Sorry toots, not alot of people want to see a has-been chunker doing a pole-dance if she still sounds like a frog.

...And your little dog, too!

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Google: 'we only want whats best for you'

You know, the Liberal kant.
Their official motto is . . . ummm 'do no harm'?

Anyway, after buying You-tube for all the money it's pulling in enhancements it can bring computer users, it got sued by the entertainment industry for copyright infringement.

They came to an agreement and will now see how popular they can stay without music videos. They have a new program to block copyrighted uploads that will start in fall (or winter,,,or whenever).

The technology will be as sophisticated as fingerprint technology used by the FBI and Google plans to roll it out in the fall, "hopefully in September," attorney Philip S. Beck of Barlit Beck Herman Palenchar & Scott LLP told U.S. District Judge Louis L. Stanton, according to the AP. Fall runs from late September to late December.


The video recognition technology will allow copyright owners to provide a digital fingerprint that within a minute or two will trigger a block from YouTube whenever someone tries to upload a copyright video without permission, the AP reports.

So, the Peoples Internet default everything will now be the filesharing police?
Sounds kinda hypocritical appropriate for an avowadly Liberal company to be the enforcer of approved content, doesn't it?

Give it enough time and Google will be our new masters.
Not because it will have 'power', but because it will control everything on the internet, and only allow *approved* content to anyone- including governments.

(UPDATE) 11:45AM

Speaking of computers, I just got this note in my e-mail.

Apple Computer announced today that it has developed a computer chip that can store and play music in women's breast implants. The iTit will cost $499 or $599 depending on size. This is considered to be a major breakthrough because women are always complaining about men staring at their breasts and not listening to them.

Saturday, July 28, 2007

It was a semi-productive day

I got the front yard under control

And I got rid of the reluctant interim dishwashers for the new thorough mechanical one.

It kinda sucked, with the $250 I laid down for it, I kept having a leak where the elbow went into the water solenoid. As cheap as it was made, I was afraid of breaking the female inlet of the solenoid by making it too tight.

Goliath was helping us mow- he was catching toads.
Do they make doggie mouthwash,,,to get rid of 'Eau de Morte Sappo'?

Thing two just got back from the mall and reported that "It sure smells like dead toad out there."

Lessons in the obvious

I bet she'll be wondering why he's in prison in 10 years, too.

Ok, you have the 'mother' of a 7 year old who buys him a grill.
You know, the mouth jewelry that your favorite ghetto rapper wears on his teef.

She didn't see anything wrong with him wanting to wear it.
Not a thought to maybe say "No, you'll send the wrong message to people."

But what does our insperational mom do?
Buys a grill at a flea market for $10 and wonders why he swallowed it.

The family of a 7-year-old boy in Sanford who was rushed to an emergency room after he accidentally swallowed his "grill" -- or decorative metal mouth piece -- is concerned because the apparatus remains in his stomach.
Bobby Tedesco placed the grill over the teeth after his mother purchased it for $10 at a flea market.

Bobby said the grill fell out off his teeth and he started choking on it. His mother, Dawn Tedesco, attempted to clear his throat, but he swallowed the grill.

I bet he can't name one of the Apostles, but can rap entire misgynonistic rap songs all day long.

Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Rodney Carrington

As you can see, I'm using the lazy bloggers best friend.

Semi-safe for work, as long as the sound isn't too loud.

So is this one, but I wonder how old those girls are?

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Sorry, nothing

Enjoy the mashups!
Ahhh, they have Gwen back!

And I never like rap all that much...

Dianonds are for material girls

Walk like an aguilera(which is no longer valid)...
SO how about some real music?

Sorry, no rap inspired gyno-hating rap here. Just the bangles.
And No, I don't think any are from Brazil... bt I did always have the hots for the bunette, if that helps.

Queens Dirty deeds

Phil rocking you?

And lastly......
One for my Liberal "pull-out-at-all-costs" polititians....

Your new theme song

I'm sorry, but I have to ask.

Freddy Mercury was a hell of an artist.
BUT would you let those gnashers anywhere near your best parts?
If you know what I mean, people....

Sorry but it looks like he used bobwire for a teething ring.

Just curious

Did San Antonio have some kind of huge @sshole convention yesterday?
First there was very heavy traffic all the way in from Castroville, and they were driving like ...@ssholes. All day lomg I was getting cut off, tailgated and people were stopping short on yellow lights.

Ad to the fact that I lost money on my first two jobs and it went even farther down hill. I'm going to have to see about getting the drops in Cibilo (far N.E. San Antonio) consolidated instead of doing them as soon as our techs install them. I did a job in Cibilo the first thing, then had to drive over an hour to Boerne for the next $17 job.

I ended getting 14 done, but what a long chitty day.

Hey! how about those cutting edge Dems last night? I didn't bother watching the debate, wanted more intellectual stimulation then that thang. Anyway what can you say about their constituency send ing them the hard-hitting You-tube questions with singing snowmen and hysterical kids? Redefining class downward.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

I have a hard time believing we're the only one

But then, when you think about how socialistic the civilians are in our allied countries, I'm not surprised.

I just got done reading a post over at Rhiannas about the whole help-a-sevicemember-out effort. Karen says that there are organizations out there, but I'm not sure we're talking about the same thing (cousins seperated by a common language thing).

I'll do some more checking, but if there isn't it would be a good thing to try to thank our allies with some American appreciation. If nothing else, I might see about starting something. There are alot of Air Force retirees in San Antonio- and they DO have a presence in Great Britain. Gee, maybe some are marries to Brits who may know someone over there!

If not, we can probably get the command in charge of the Cheltingham Cheltenham(pronounced 'Cheltm')/ Gouchester Gloucestershire Regiment (pronounced "glos") to pony up some kind of address.

The Brits DO have a Support our Soldiers organization, too. Maybe I'll send them something American in appreciation..jerky and what Karen says they'd appreciate.

Saturday, July 21, 2007

I was going to ask...

Who's Kim Kardashian?
But Cassy answered me before I could post it.

She's been mentioned in several blogs I read. Specifically her bubble butt that some consider attractive.

Spoiler, she's famous for being a friend of Paris and starring in some kind of 'accidental' porn movie- or something.

I know I shouldn't be targeting a physical deformity (I'm not a Lib), but Gawd- lookit the size of that thing. She needs clearance lights on it and a back-up alarm just so she won't hurt anyone if she backs up without looking.

Michael Chertoffs newfound border religion

I was going to say something about this yesterday, but fergot (hey, I got in late and Dr. Who was on).

I hear that after the spanking George and Michaels amnestry bill took. And his going up to the Senate to cry about it, he's now decided to build a border fence.

He's decided to put it in the most controversial place he could. He's also decided to use the most heavy handed and objectionable way to acquire the land rights by imposing Eminent Domain as a first resort.

There are over 2,000 miles of border that need this fence, most property owners would welcome it. The Texas Bend communities have made their concerns known.

I have teens, I was a teen.
I recognize a temper tantrum when I see one- even if he IS the head of homeland security.
"They didn't want my amnesty bill....I'll show THEM!"

Can the secret come out now?

The book is out.

Will we find the plot?
Who dies?

The New York Times did a review this week before the book came out, but unlike our Anti-terror program- they didn't think every one "needed to know' what happened.

But then again it was important to not tell anyone because after all it's HARRY POTTER! and not some evil, crooked (but legal) way of helping Geo. Bush's anti terror program.

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Got Dammit!

I have a dog who's fixing to get himself shot.

The thing kept me awake almost all night finding things that he's not supposed to- to chew on.
He dumped the kitchen trash can over at 1:30 and was whining for no reason all frigging night.

He's helping himself to anything left on the counter. Pizza this time.

Anyone want to share tips -short of firearms- on how to get him to play right?

Maybe I should ask Cesar?

We have 3 dogs. Crating one is not an option. Even if we did he'd keep us awake ALL.NIGHT.LONG. with his whining.
Also you have to catch him in the act, not when he's aready running from breaking a coffee cup while skarfing the pizza off the counter (we'd just stepped out onto the porch when we heard the cup).
And we actually like dogs...unlike some who will remain nameless

I had to almost search for this

You'd think it would be in the top 10 news stories this morning, too. Given just how important the 'all nighter' was for the cut-and-run strategy of the Dems.

Hmmmm...funny, the only time references I see was when they talk about their faves- Hill and 'Big John' Kerry and the 5AM target for new voting.
You'd think that as important as this was that there'd be better money quotes than:

"This is nonsense," said Sen. Ted Stevens, R-Alaska.

Added Sen. Tom Coburn, R-Okla., of his Democratic colleagues: "I bet I can stay up longer than they can."

But at least the Dems aren't afraid to come right out with their version of hypocracy reality:
Will the all-night session change any votes? I hope so," said Reid, D-Nev. "Because it will focus attention on the obstructionism of the Republicans."

"We are at the crossroads of hope and reality, and the time has come to address reality," said Snowe, who said the Iraqi government was guilty of "serial intransigence" when it came to trying to solve the country's political problems.-OOps never mind, she calls herself a Republican-

Smith, who is seeking re-election next year, said Iraqis appeared focused on "revenge, not reconciliation," and that the administration needed to change its approach. "The American mission is to make sure that Iraq doesn't fall into the hands of al-Qaida," he said, rather than referee a civil war. Hey Mr. Smith (RINO), want to remind us just how good things are going in KOSOVO?

Monday, July 16, 2007


And the minor things you remember can make or break an argument.
Not that I believe the Global warming alarmists, but...

I was reading this Excerpt over at Bullwinkle's blog about the increase in hurricanes-where they'd never been!!!!!!

Recently, however, they have been forming in unusual places, which Gaertner sees as a clear danger signal.

In 2004, Hurricane Catarina formed in the south Atlantic and hit land in southern Brazil. A year later, Hurricane Vince formed next to the Madeira Islands and became the first to make landfall in Spain.

Ok, I've always admired the Brits (except when in school, learning about the Revolution), and know about Admiral Nelson and the Battle of Trafalgar.
...Where the majority of the damage and loss of life came from a hurricane just after the battle.

Off the coast of Cadiz.
In the S.E coast of Spain.
I know EXACTLY where it is because I was stationed about 20 miles north in Rota for two years. (ahhh, the memories....)

Anyway here's an excerpt from Amy Ridenour's blog.

Does anyone still care about the battle of Trafalgar? The empire which it secured 200 years ago, is long gone. The triumphal sense of British destiny, which sustained the Victorians and fed on the mythic image of Nelson dying on his flagship in the hour of victory, has vanished...
Risking death in battle, defeating the French, and then keeping the fleet together in the terrible storm afterwards - a hurricane which, we now know, probably killed almost more sailors than the battle itself. How did they do it?

The hurricane is in the Official history of the British Navy, And probably the French and Spanish, too.

Ok, now that that's been proved wrong, I'd like to pat every one of you who are reading this in English. No matter which accent you're reading it in; if you have been or are involved with someone who has been the result of the Anglosphere's emphasis on training.

Nelson's contemporary, the military theorist Karl von Clausewitz, put his finger on it. He said there are two kinds of courage in battle. One depends on an emotional impulse triggered by patriotism or religious fanaticism or ideological fervour. It's the kind that drove the armies of the French and Russian Revolutions, and the Japanese and Germans in the Second World War. We see it every day in Iraq's insurgents, or the suicide bombers on a Spanish train or London tube.

The other kind of courage rests on a calm deliberate training of mind and body, until courage becomes a habit not just "in the face of physical danger, but in the face of responsibility."

The first type of courage looks impressive; but the second, Clausewitz says, "is more certain, because it has become a second nature" to those who have it, both on the battlefield and off.

That is the kind of courage the British sailors at Trafalgar had. It's the kind American and British sailors and soldiers showed on D-Day and in Burma in the Second World War, and show every day in Iraq in regiments such as the Black Watch. They were and are not driven by fanaticism or hate or an arrogant warrior's code. They just know they have to stay with the job with all its ugliness and horrors, until they reach the victorious end.

Good job guys!

I hear they taste alot like


Not that anyone *really* knows what goes into Chinese food.

"Recently there have been a lot of rats ... Guangzhou people are rich and like to eat exotic things, so business is very good," the China News Service quoted a vendor as saying, referring to the capital of Guangdong province.

Saturday, July 14, 2007


I mean, goodnes, look at the risks that young man is taking with his life and the lives of anyone who has to rescue his immature self.
*Tisk* you'd think an OFFICER would have more respect...........

Anybody missing a dog?

I found this on Craigslist:

Found: Short, Fat, Smelly, Fugly Critter
Date: 2007-04-09, 7:37AM PDT

April 8, 2007

At about 7:00p.m. tonight, after a near-perfect day in Santa Cruz, the evening was shattered by a frenetic, biblically ugly dog.
I was driving home on Corral de Tierra Road near the country club, and nearly hit a small furry thing running in the road. Well, I didn't hear a thump, so I looked in the rear view mirror, and there was still a black dot running up the road.
So I turned around, parked and got out of my truck. It was quickly apparent that it was a little dog, which came running toward me, oblivious of traffic. It nearly ran under a passing SUV on the way. As it got closer, I got a look at it. It is about the size of a bread box, and looks like a turd with fur.
It darted at me, and right passed me, in a game of suicide tag. Traffic on that part of the road does about fifty and it was getting dusky. On the third pass, the dog did a sweeping turn in to the road, and a large truck had to cross into oncoming traffic to avoid it.
So I decided to see if it had a tag, which it did not. Has a collar though. So, knowing that being a tiny black dog playing with fast traffic at night would almost certainly be a less than stellar life choice, I scooped the wet, smelly critter up and took it home.

I have now spent fifty-seven minutes with the dog in my house, and can describe some things about it.:

* It looks like a cross between Dustin Hoffman and an Ewok.
* It smells bad.
* It was very thirsty.
* It was very hungry.
* It wants to be friends
* It is some class of terrier
* It is pitch black.
* It is probably a she.
* Its kidneys are functioning properly.
* It is not very bright.

The dog walks toward and then past my file cabinet, pauses, thinks better of Plan A and whips quickly around in an about face - and smacks it face square against the metal file cabinet. Acts completely undaunted and saunters off to stand in the middle of the room, staring blanky at the wall. So I get up and let it out to piss. The dog spends fifteen minutes outside and does nothing. I let it back in, and it promptly pisses on the rug. This dog is really stupid, and really ugly

If this is your dog, I do not expect you will be rushing to claim it. Nevertheless, I will be posting signs around tomorrow, and contacting the SPCA. If this is your dog, please claim it. No reward required - having the dog gone will be reward enough.

So, obviously your dog is missing or you wouldn't be looking at this ad. You're reading it, going "No way. That couldn't be my precious Wumsypoo". The problem is that beauty really is in the eye of the beholder - this IS your dog, and deep down, you know it is. So come claim her/him/it.


(S)he's got an update with pics now- and a reward!

There's a Navy saying

That on a carrier landing, any wire you hook is a good one.

I don't think they had this in mind, though...

But after looking at it again, I think someone just didn't chock the wheels right.

Friday, July 13, 2007

Something light for a Friday

A quick quiz.
Does the carpet match the drapes?

Scarlett Johansson

Pamela Anderson

Kate Hudson

Christina Aguilera

Thursday, July 12, 2007

There's alot of talk about the Iraqi Benchmarks

Does anyone know what they are?

We know they they only hit 8 of 18 and the Democrat controlled Congress is having a nice bath of "snide".

Lets look and compare, shall we?
I'm not going to get into the Iraqi's failings, because I don't know the results.
I will take on the Dems, though.

Are we ready?

(1) Forming a Constitutional Review Committee and then completing the constitutional review.
Ok, did that 200 years ago- wasn't easy for us then, either.

(2) Enacting and implementing legislation on de-Baathification.
They're doing their best on De-conservatism, but still NO legislation.

(3) Enacting and implementing legislation to ensure the equitable distribution of hydrocarbon resources of the people of Iraq without regard to the sect or ethnicity of recipients, and enacting and implementing legislation to ensure that the energy resources of Iraq benefit Sunni Arabs, Shia Arabs, Kurds, and other Iraqi citizens in an equitable manner.
Nope, they're still playing racial politics here.

(4) Enacting and implementing legislation on procedures to form semi-autonomous regions.
There we go with that legislation again, answer is,,,,,,,,,,NOPE!

(5) Enacting and implementing legislation establishing an Independent High Electoral Commission, provincial elections law, provincial council authorities, and a date for provincial elections.
Didn't they do that already? Maybe they could show Democratic controlled Voting Districs how to hold an election.

(6) Enacting and implementing legislation addressing amnesty.
You and Bush tried your best, but the answer is,,,,,,,,,,,,NO!

(7) Enacting and implementing legislation establishing a strong militia disarmament program to ensure that such security forces are accountable only to the central government and loyal to the Constitution of Iraq.
You're trying with the gun grabbers and OSHA to disarm the citizens protected by the Constitution. But still no laws.

(8) Establishing supporting political, media, economic, and services committees in support of the Baghdad Security Plan.
Libs championing defeat.

(9) Providing three trained and ready Iraqi brigades to support Baghdad operations.
Dems trying for another Vietnamese style Killing Field zone.

(10) Providing Iraqi commanders with all authorities to execute this plan and to make tactical and operational decisions, in consultation with U.S commanders, without political intervention, to include the authority to pursue all extremists, including Sunni insurgents and Shiite militias.
Backstabbing U.S. Troops at every turn

(11) Ensuring that the Iraqi Security Forces are providing even handed enforcement of the law.
Lets try that here! Lets see One Wage increase made law, and the rest of the time is Democrat fishing expeditions against the Bush administration.

(12) Ensuring that, according to President Bush, Prime Minister Maliki said 'the Baghdad security plan will not provide a safe haven for any outlaws, regardless of sectarian or political affiliation'.
The Amnesty bill anyone?

(13) Reducing the level of sectarian violence in Iraq and eliminating militia control of local security.
100,000 more Cops on the Streets!

(14) Establishing all of the planned joint security stations in neighborhoods across Baghdad.
What was your opinion of the Patriot Act?

(15) Increasing the number of Iraqi security forces units capable of operating independently.
Slow bleed strategy.

(16) Ensuring that the rights of minority political parties in the Iraqi legislature are protected.
Bringing the Politburo to the Halls of Congress!

(17) Allocating and spending $10 billion in Iraqi revenues for reconstruction projects, including delivery of essential services, on an equitable basis.
As much pork as we can stuff into each bill.

(18) Ensuring that Iraq's political authorities are not undermining or making false accusations against members of the Iraqi Security Forces.
Yeah, we'd NEVER think of undercutting the war on terrorism by LYING.

Ok, the six months of a Democrat controlled Congress gives us ONE law passed.
The Constitution was a done deal, but we'll be generous- they'll need the point.
Looks like OUR Congress is 180 degrees opposed to almost the entire Benchmark list.

Two out of 18 ain't good Nan.
And Harry? If you just keep spinning your wheels in worthless witch hunts you won't be f*cking up America as much, so you can keep doing what your doing- it costs less than bad laws.

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Wanna play a game?

It's a variation of "spot the Lib".

First- read this article about "art".
Next read the comments, and try your best to see which commentor isn't
affected by the thing, and so sees no problem with it.

Now, which one do you think is the Lib?

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

Yeah, I'm still here

First, to get into the mood, doubleclick on Ray Wylie-then leave him playing in the background as you read the next part.

In the real probablility that you don't listen to 1200 WOAI, the big news here (as judged by how much it was repeated) is that Mike from Dirty jobs is debuting at the New Braunfels snake farm tonight.
I hear he had fun wrangling rattlers.
It just sounds nasty....I've been there.

It is.

My newest job is on the sweaty side. It's as hard as you make it, but you're out in the heat all day, except when your going to the next job. I get paid peicework, and they want me to do extra burys if I see exposed cable. cool. It's $17/drop ,,,or rebury,,,no matter how long. I got two work orders today one to bury exposed at one address with a ped. in it, and another for the block behind it. It was the same cable. I called the office and told the boss.

Guess what he said?
Go ahead, guess.

How about "it sounds like two different work orders to me." Cool, $34 for the same job that's almost as easy money as reburys.

OHH, thanks again you f*cking Libs, Greenies and associated Socialists.
Gas is going up again because we can't build any new refineries, pipelines or even drill our OWN oil. You'd rather have us paying out the @ss for overpriced oil to support our enemies.
The price of gas here went up fifteen cents a gallon since Friday. That's three dollars a tank two or three times a week- just for me.

(UPDATE) 10:20PM

I yanked this from PDB's blog.

THIS is the rap "they" need to be hearing,,, if they insist on listening to that cr@p at all.

Sunday, July 08, 2007


Got a question or two for knowlagable dog owner/lover/caretakers.

We've got some white trash neighbors with three dogs left to run loose.
Our dogs have 'fence fights' with them, where they can slobber all over each others heads, but not do much dammage.
Naturally, our trashy neighbors probably don't get their dogs rabies shots.

I know that rabies can be spread through saliva. The question is- do we have to remember to wash our hands every time we touch our dogs? Just when they're wet?
Or just shoot the other ones (next time they're in the trash)?

Second question-

That's Goliath eating gnawing a raw broccoli stem.
How long until he gasses us out?

Last one doesn't have to do with "dogs" so much as *Doggies* (as the Marines call the Army)
-and anyone else over in the sandbox.
Here's a link to the good cr@p that they want over there.
I seems like a pretty good list, and I don't know if it's intentional or PC, but they didn't mention Redman as a good way to keep awake.


Ok, *NOW* wtf is wrong with Googles blogger?

I can't change the title.
Nothing works up there.

Anyway, I was going to make a comment about a post on Wm's blog about the absolute arrogance of the Maryland Board of Education.

See they have declared themselves the ultimate and final arbitrator of what's good for "the children"-no matter what the parents want.
In this case it's the glorification of anything homosexual...again, over the parents objections.
The Maryland State Board of Education has ruled that the right of the state supersedes the rights of parents in teaching children about homosexuality. The Board said the "right (of parents) is not absolute. It must bend to the State's duty to educate its citizens.

"The ruling means that the teaching of homosexuality as an accepted and approved lifestyle in Maryland public schools can move forward. Very important! Some professionals feel that the Maryland curriculum could become the model for promoting the homosexual lifestyle in public schools across the nation.

Because the state knows better how to raise your kids.

Right Barry?
Hil..got anything to ad?

Friday, July 06, 2007

I'm sure by now that you've heard about the record heat

I bet you can't turn a radio or Tv on without hearing some kind of reference to the record heat.

In Nevada alone it's in the low hunnert and teen plus...
in some parts of Cali it's almost record breaking.
Salt Lake City too...

Can I remind y'all of something?

Almost everywhere they're talking about is the DESERT!
It's also SUMMER!

Now I think anyone without some agenda might put those two together and come up with something not so scaryfying as the mainstream news does tries to.

But that's just me, I'm kinda old fasioned that way.

Anyone seen this on TV?

The Gold Kit?

See it's simple, you just get the kit, pour your unwanted gold into a 'special' package and *poof* money!

Why do I smell a scam?

Aside from the obviously under priced payments...Isn't gold selling for somewhere around $400/oz? I don't know how to read that graph, or even what a pennyweight is..I just feel a bigtime underpayment.

Also reading their site, I don't see anywhere that they tell you to send it insured or registered, Heck- just drop in the ol mailbox and we'll send a check right out.....unless they claim they didn't get it.

"Sorry, we didn't get it, can you prove you sent it?"

"Sorry, just because you got a kit doesn't mean you sent it, or it hasn't got lost or stolen before we got it."

Didja ever wonder

What some drivers are thinking?

Why, when someone is on a big main road- with a 10' shoulder, do they ease over to the right to make the turn.....BUT keep 3 frigging feet of their car in the driving lane?
The shoulder is big enough to park a semi on, why can't you clear the traffic lane in your Neon?

I use a map alot to find jobs in San Antonio. Sometimes when I'm close to a subdivision I'll put my hazards on and pull over to the curb. WHY does everyone stay in the right lane - with little or no traffic- until they almost hit me? I've noticed the majority are using a cell phone.

Most cars today come standard with power steering (and brakes). Why do some people always try to scrape my front bumper off when they make a left turn in front of me at an intersection?
Cell pones again, I've noticed,,,and not just the handheld ones.

If it's raining, why do you insist on pulling right up to my bumper at a stop?
You might trust your brakes, but what about the guy behind you? I see these d*ckheads and start to think about getting my new truck truck fixed because of my neck pain and his insurance.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Tuesday, July 03, 2007

I wonder

Did those molem islamofasciests terrorists Dr's. who were arrested in Britain this week ever recite any version of this?

I swear by Apollo Physician and Asclepius and Hygieia and Panaceia and all the gods and goddesses, making them my witnesses, that I will fulfill according to my ability and judgment this oath and this covenant:

To hold him who has taught me this art as equal to my parents and to live my life in partnership with him, and if he is in need of money to give him a share of mine, and to regard his offspring as equal to my brothers in male lineage and to teach them this art - if they desire to learn it - without fee and covenant; to give a share of precepts and oral instruction and all the other learning to my sons and to the sons of him who has instructed me and to pupils who have signed the covenant and have taken an oath according to the medical law, but no one else.

I will apply dietetic measures for the benefit of the sick according to my ability and judgment; I will keep them from harm and injustice.

I will neither give a deadly drug to anybody who asked for it, nor will I make a suggestion to this effect. Similarly I will not give to a woman an abortive remedy. In purity and holiness I will guard my life and my art.

I will not use the knife, not even on sufferers from stone, but will withdraw in favor of such men as are engaged in this work.

Whatever houses I may visit, I will come for the benefit of the sick, remaining free of all intentional injustice, of all mischief and in particular of sexual relations with both female and male persons, be they free or slaves.

What I may see or hear in the course of the treatment or even outside of the treatment in regard to the life of men, which on no account one must spread abroad, I will keep to myself, holding such things shameful to be spoken about.

If I fulfill this oath and do not violate it, may it be granted to me to enjoy life and art, being honored with fame among all men for all time to come; if I transgress it and swear falsely, may the opposite of all this be my lot.

Do the Muhaamdine take an oath?

Do they take the oath, but it only applies to their fellow islamists? If that's the case, I don't see any conflicts with their profession.

I better make sure my Drs are non-moslum, since their take on MY infidel @ss would let them make Dr. Mengle look like an amature.

Monday, July 02, 2007

Michael, your side lost.

Get over it.
Stop acting like some whiny @ssed Lib. (yeah, I *know* your money men are mad..but still)

I heard that Michael Chertoff was up on Capitol Hill scolding the Senate on listening to the American people. Now that the Amnesty bill was shot down, he can't do his job...or something like that.

Hey Michael, there have been laws on the books since the FIRST amnesty -over TWENTY YEARS ago.

Try enforcing them, M-K?

And in related illegals news, Arizona's' Leg. passed some stiff state laws "because the federal government has not adequately enforced a federal law that already bars employers from knowingly hiring illegal immigrants."

Mr. Boosh, if the bill YOU were pushing looked more like Arizona's, it would have gone through with flying colors.

Sunday, July 01, 2007

A conversation with a 16 year-old

ME: Tell your sister her boyfriend called.
THING 2:He's not her boyfriend.

ME: Last time she had someone calling her this much and talked as long as they do, it was a boyfriend.
THING 2: He's *not* her boyfriend. She doesn't even like him.

ME:She doesn't like him? Then why doesn't she always be busy when he calls?
THING 2:NO! She doesn't like him is all.

ME:If she doesn't like him, why is she on the phone with him so much?
THING 2:She just doesn't like him. I have friends I don't like.

ME: You have friends you don't like?
THING 2:Yes, lots of them.

ME: If you don't like them, why do you hang with them?
THING 2:They're my friends!

ME:You don't like your friends? (Is this starting to sound like 'Who's on first' to any of y'all?)
THING 2:I kind of like some, but not all of them. I'm not hungry now! [dump goes a plate full of meatloaf and trimmings into the trash.....as the dogs look on]

ME:OHhhh......so you like your friends, but not *LIKE* them?
THING 2: I'm going to my room!

How many different tools can you count?

I guess that all depends on weather you want to be the first on your block with some $600 over-hyped toy that has all the software problems of cutting edge technology.

But I think we can all agree that the one from her gated enclave is the biggest one in this clip.