Saturday, June 23, 2007

Notice anyting?

This was on the other night.

More than once.....

Fact checking?

Friday, June 22, 2007

I admit, I didn't know which way to go with this

Erica had an Archie Bunker You-tube up about gun control.

Ok, do I follow with an Archie Bunker thing, or a gun thing?

How about the comedic effect?

Killing two birds with one stone to speak.
El Capitain is going to have to flea bath his catzz.

Being the helpful soul I am, here is an easy way to both fleadip the cats, AND do some house cleaning at the same time!

1. Put both lids of the toilet up and add 1/8 cup of pet flea shampoo to the water in the bowl.

2. Pick up the cat and soothe him while you carry him towards the bathroom.

3. In one smooth movement, put the cat in the toilet and close both lids. You may need to stand on the lid.

4. The cat will self agitate and make ample suds. Never mind the noises that come from the toilet, the cat is actually enjoying this.

5. Flush the toilet three or four times. This provides a "power-wash" and rinse".

6. Have someone open the front door of your home. Be sure that there are no people between the bathroom and the front door.

7. Stand behind the toilet as far as you can, and quickly lift both lids.

8. The cat will rocket out of the toilet, streak through the bathroom, and run outside where he will dry himself off.

9. Both the commode and the cat will be sparkling clean.


The Dog

Oddly intriguing

How the reflections and shadows play with eac other...

The original is much more striking.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

I AM amazed


I thought those in power up in D.C. were the ones that were the ones that made things happen.
Turns out I was wrong- they're almost as helpless as a newborn kitten- if you believe what they tell you on talk radio.

I heard Micheal Chirtoff yesterday, telling how powerless he was to close a gap in the Cali border fence called "Smugglers Gulch (or Gap) because according to him it's some kind of engineering impossibility. The Engineers have been looking at the problem of filling and fencing this free pass for over two years. But Micheal can't be held responsible for his agency not getting it done...because he has to rely on his underlings- ya know.

Trent Lott was on Hannity as I was driving home tonight, complaining about how helpless the entire U.S. Congress is to actually get their laws enforced.
THAT'S why nothings been done about the increasing flood of illegals since 1987.
They pass laws, but golly-gee, we can't actually enforce them, ya know.
But trust us on this new one, we'll see that it gets enforced.




Sorry guys, I was in the Navy for almost 9 years, (you pick your favorite bureaucracy). I know that if the boss wants something done- it gets done. If the boss doesn't want it done, no matter how he mouths off about it- it don't get done.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

"Go over there with the other people who suck"

Oh, yeah....

I fergot.

Happy Juneteenth!

And guess what? They're trying to make it a nationwaide celebration.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

This might interest some of you in a city

Or anyone close enough to an ATT repeater station to be able to get DSL.

According to this, AT&T is offering DSL for $10/month.

No, they're not advertising it, but I'm sure you could get it if you asked.

It's one of the drawbacks to being out in the country- we need satellite for TV (Charter sucks) and Broadband. Oh and 15 mile round trips EVERY time someone goes into town.

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Now here's something you won't be seeing on the MSM

It's actually a bit of good news on the illegal immigration wars....

Tom Tancredo won a battle in the House last Friday against Sanctuary Cities.

Yep, finally they'll be loosing some Federal money for thumbing their noses at Federal law (and the rest of America).

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. House of Representatives this morning voted to withhold federal emergency services funding for "sanctuary cities" that protect illegal immigrants.

Anti-illegal immigration champion Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., sponsored the measure, which he says would apply to cities such as Denver and Boulder. He was elated by its passage, which stunned critics and supporters alike.

The Littleton Republican's amendment to the Department of Homeland Security appropriations bill appears to have no language specifically defining a sanctuary city. Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper has long disputed giving the city that label.

"The issue has come to fruition," Tancredo said by cell phone after the vote. "The people of the country really have spoken. It's a really good indicator of just how much closer to the people the House is than the Senate is."

The House passed the amendment, 234 to 189, with 50 Democrats voting in favor.

He's rapidly moving up in my book.
I'm not sure about the #1 office, but a Thompson/Tancredo team looks good to me....

H/T to Rednecks Revenge.

Ok, let me try to drum-up some sympathy here

I'm trying,,,

I'm really concentrating on just a leeetle empathy here,,,

Geeeze, this is hard....

Nope, can't do it.

It's really hard to feel any sympathy for an entire society that bases it's entire existence on hatred and violence.

Palestinians run as they try to cross to the Israel side at the Erez Crossing, in the northern Gaza Strip, Saturday, June 16, 2007. Dozens of Palestinians converged on the Erez crossing with Israel on Saturday, trying to leave the Gaza Strip following Hamas' takeover. At the same time, hundreds of people looted police positions on the Palestinian side of Erez, and at one point Israeli troops fired in the air to keep the crowd at bay. The looters walked off with furniture and scrap metal. (AP Photo/Hatem Moussa)

And, naturally, it's all someone elise's fault
“I’m afraid to say this out loud, they may execute me for it, but there are a lot of people, including myself, who think it would be better if Israel came back here. Things would be much better than they are now,” said Samara (alias), a graduate of the Islamic University living in the Gaza Strip.

According to Samara, who lives nearby one of the Fatah strongholds taken over by Hamas in recent days, fear reigns in Gaza’s streets, and apart from gunmen and military officials, no one leaves their homes.

“The children are afraid all the time,” Samara says. “My nephews ask, ‘Why are the Israelis shooting at us?’, and we tell them it’s Palestinians. Then they ask, ‘Why are Palestinians shooting at us?’, and I have no answer for them.

“We have no food at home. We'’ve been living on soups and canned food for days. There is no electricity or continuous water supply, let alone medicine or essential hygiene products,” she explained.

The gun battles taking place in the streets keep all of Gaza’s residents in a state of constant fear.

Israel is not free of blame in Samara’s eyes either. According to her, despite the Israeli government’s desire to wash its hands of Gaza, it should have done so the “right way”, and left it with economic infrastructures.

“When people have money, they don’t turn to violence,” she said.

Samara explained that the economic boycott on the Palestinian Authority punished residents of Gaza, and not Hamas. She called on Israel to open the Rafah crossing and allow those who could to leave Gaza. “The Strip is like a jail, and we could die,” she said.

Samara also had harsh claims against Arab states, saying they do nothing to improve the situation. “Everywhere we go, even Arab states, the consider us to be terrorists,” she claimed.

Well lady woman, that's because of what you've shown the world for the last 50, or so years.
Israel forced it's settlers out and left you their flourishing greenhouses which could have been used for years to supply food and commodities--BUT, you had to go and trash them looking to loot pumps and electrical copper to sell on the black market. If they would have left you a pristine infrastructure system, it would have been broken in less than a week- why bother?

And Michael Medved, who is usually smart enough to win a chess game just by looking at the board was wondering on his radio program, why the other Arab nations (Egypt) won't allow them refuge in their countries.
Micheal, even I know that they have enough problems of their own without importing a roiling pot of violence.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

"Yo no hablar anglis"

I was doing a bury drop at one house being redone up on the N.E. side (money!) of San Antonio Friday. I had to cut about ten feet off the RG-11 cable to fit it into the pedestal.

I didn't see the red tag that ment it had T-W digital phone service.
The house had an alarm service incorporated in it- with the phone. If the phone was disconnected and reconnected,,,the alarm company got the call AND the house alarm went off,,,,,,loudly.

I tried to get the illegals Mexicans Mr. Booshes favorite children Foreign born workers to call their boss, or the owner to get in contact with the alarm co., but all I got was "No! no telfono!"

Ok, I'll call the office and let them know what's going on.
The office made a note and closed the ticket. I left.

I wonder what they said to the cops when they came to investigate the alarm?

Not that it's BAD that you can't communicate with anyone, ya know...

I don't know how many of you read the "Jawa Report"

But Ragnar has the best and probably truest post out there about the amnesty bill.
I'm posting it verbatem so you can read it here...and because this blog does need some good writing once in a while.

Why the Railroad Effort on the Amnesty Bill?

We can all understand the push by big business to keep their steady flow of illegal laborers coming in, strengthening their bargaining position against blue-collar working class Americans. Then again, they already have that today in droves. Why the sudden balls-to-the-wall push to get it all "kosher" right now? Mickey Kaus forwards a theory:

Chertoff and Kyl both seem to have answered that question recently, Kyl in his Wall Street Journal interview and Chertoff on Fox News yesterday: because businesses are starting to worry about efforts to enforce immigration laws at the local level. One state in the vanguard of that effort is Kyl's (and McCain's) home state of Arizona, where the legislature has passed numerous laws (usually vetoed) on the issue, and where the public voted for Prop 200 back in 2004.

To me that says something far more ominous than that Congress is being disingenuous or naïve on the matter. Far from simple being empty promises, this amnesty bill is actually a blatant attempt to head off any attempts at enforcement at all.

I think this is probably right. I think big business realizes that voters are going to extract some very explicit and unequivocal promises from their candidates next year. I think they realize at this point that a number of their champions on this bill are not coming back to Washington after the next election.

Big agriculture and big construction realize that they'll be faced with a new Commander-in-Chief, Democrat or Republican, who will likely have made a list of unequivocal promises to the voters during the campaign. Given the opportunity to build up public goodwill with a series of big, high-profile immigration busts in her first six months of office, does anyone think that President Hillary would pass it up? If she's anywhere near as calculating as her reputation suggests, there's not a chance she'll pass up that opportunity. A Republican President would feel less need for high-profile token efforts, but may bring in a Justice Department that actually cares about national security. (How crazy would that be?) If you're an employer who's been skirting the law for years with a wink and a nod, this change in the winds has to be keeping you up at night--with good reason. Some CEOs looking at public opinion polls and knowing their employment rolls haven't been even close to right with God, have to be dealing with some serious heartburn at the thought of angry villagers at the corporate gates demanding massive fines and/or a few years in federal pound-me-in-the-ass prison.

If the employers can just get across the line on this, they've significantly reduced their exposure. This Amnesty Bill represents a sort of "get out of jail free" card for these executives. Whether it'll actually work out that way is another matter. They see the writing on the wall, and they're pulling out the stops to protect their own hides, even if they have to wreck their own country to do it.

Of course, jamming this piece of shit down our throats only adds to the long list of reasons we're already pissed as hell at the employers and their elected cronies.

This may be your time, fellas. You may have the upper hand now. The men in power are your boys, and you may get them to vote how you like, even against the clear will of the people who sent them there.

Enjoy it while it lasts, but don't forget it for a second: our time is coming. You have the cash, but we have the numbers. A whole lot of us have damn long memories. We're gonna remember every bit of this sordid ordeal.

And payback, as they say, is a bitch.

I just saw this post at Cassy Fianos' blog about Tancredo sending Mc Cain a plate of Nacho's when they happened to be eating at the same resteraunt.

I wonder if any big thing could be done about sending your yes-men a tortilla?
Easy to mail, and you could send a short note, too.."Dear Kay---NO to Amnesty" would fit nicely on a burrito size one.

Just curious here...

Does Texas have any kind of recall option for our U.S. Senators?
Just wondering because if Kay Bailey-Hutchinson does vote for the illegal legalization bill- that she doesn't deserve another five years representing Texas up in D.C.

If she votes for the Amnesty bill, she's not representing her constituants, or the best intrests of America. She's representing Geo. bush and his handlers.

I hope she votes against the bill, but if she does- in five years when she's up for re-election things'll be even worse; but then she'll probably have a nice cushey job as head of ICE to slide into instead of asking us dirty unenlightened, racist trolls to vote for her once more.

I wonder if that would be possible today?

There is a story about Navajo Code Talkers in Yahoo news.

They used the Navajo language as an unbreakable code in the Pacific theater of WWII (for you recent Gov't school grads).

I KNOW that our 'western' Indians, Amerinds,,,whatever- would run to defend our country, no matter what self-hating liberals would think. Unlike those Anti-American coastal Libs, most of 'real' Americans want to keep America as ...American as possible. They might be a type of sovereign nation, but they're still Americans- who know just how good America is.

Anyway, that native language code thing. As much intel that has been dumped onto the internet and all kinds of different memory banks, it makes me wonder if some obscure language would work today- or how long? I mean most languages have been recorded somewhere, right? Your tax dollars at work to preserve the vanishing human existence of (insert PC tribe here) for posterity.

Friday, June 15, 2007

In a smaller bit of headline news

5 U.S. Soliders were killed in the Green Zone in Iraq.

What hasn't made the news as much, since it's an internal problem (and not one of Geo. Bush's making),,,21 people have been killed in L.A. alone last week.

A Democratic city in a Democrat controlled state. With the Liberal enabling lack of moral standards that do nothing the even slow it down.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

It's about time!

Except I wonder what the Vegas odds are that the Greenies (and Libs) will find a way to stop it?

Monday, June 11, 2007


Remember those cartoon rioys last year? Where all "good" mooslimbs were supposed to riot for the 'disrespect' shown the pedaphilic prophit?

Well what about the Catholics when Bush 'disrespected' the Pope?

Here's a good job of reporting that the Legacy media won't show...

You can't make this up

It's almost like a Monty Python sketch...

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Looks like the Amnesty bill isn't quite dead yet

Don't you wish "W" would have fought half as hard on doing SOMETHING to fix SocSec as he's doing on rewarding criminals?

But then again, his Big Bussiness contributors wern't keeping the pressure on, either...

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Poor little girl...

NO! This is not another Paris Hilton hit.

I just saw Steve Irwin's daughter on Yahoo questions....Too bad she couldn't have picked up some of her moms looks, instead of all mostly Steves.

In a not related item, am I a bad person for mixing the liquid and spices in a separate bowl, instead of how the recipe said to? I used a big mixing bowl too,,,to completely mix and coat everything.

I also washed everything I used.......

Something light for a Saturday

With a Paris theme...

Friday, June 08, 2007

Know what Paris is thinking right now? frigging Gahd


in a


Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Can we, like disenfranchise a state?

You know, kick them out of the Union?

Let Mexico have it back?

I just heard as I was coming home that Califoristan's Leg voted to try forcing our president to pull our troops out of Iraq. Actually it authorises a general force the president to pull our troops out of Iraq.

The sanctuary city idea, the Pavlovian Bush Derangement Syndrome, the Anti-military polices on unmentioned major cities. Not to mention the complete abandonment of the U.S. judicial code in other cities overrun with illegals.

They've been forcing their Socialist will on the rest of America for decades. When is America going to say "ENOUGH! You get your Liberal Communist loving mEcha @ss out of our house and live with what you've got. Stop polluting the rest of America with your foul ideas."

Oh, and Hollywood, we don't really need you, either.

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Boy, that kinda sucked

I had to take one of our directional bores up to Abilene yestrday.

I was supposed to have taken it up Fri.
Then Sat.- mebby.

Then Sunday night I got the call to be rady to go first thing Monday, and hop a plane back.
When Monday rolled around, the big boss still didn't know if he was going to need it( they ran into some -almost-sedimentary rock with the smaller bore). I was hanging around from 7:15 AM till my boss got an answer at 11:30. Bring it up.
On the way up to Abilene, I stopped in Kerville (went back with a flat, actually) and lost 2 hours at Discount Tire.

Back on the road - with not a cloud visible- nor a radio to listen to. Or A/C.

I finally made it to Abilene about 6:30, and helped the other crew get their bore re-aimed (with a pothole, a chain and an excavator). There was Bentonite (drilling mud)over everything that was near the hole.

Did I mention it was supposed to be a one day and back thing? So I didn't bring "work" cloths- or a change of...

Anyway, the place the boss was going to put us up at was unexpectedly full, so was the next, and the next. At 10:30PM, we finally got a room and I had the pleasure of trying to make myself halfway presentable for the flight home in the morning. Leaving at 6:30AM.

Well, apparently American Airlines needs to do more training on landing in the rain, because there were about four flights diverted to Abilene from DFW.
We left about 2 hours late, and were delayed when we got to DFW, too.
I finally got to San ANtonio anout 1:45 this afternoon.

In the grand scheme of things, it wasn't *that* bad, but I'm a spoiled American who's used to things going flawlesly all the time.

I'm tired, I'm going to drink too many beers and go to bed early. Which happens to be something like PDB is doing in the abcense of his the search for the perfect magurita.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

OK, Deadeye,

How good is YOUR aim?

I'm shooting a little low, and just a bit to the right.

And,,, never mind the flier @ top left, some hairy thing got my attention.

I prefer a VEE sight to that square notch, but this IS just an online simulator.

I guess I'll be adding it to my sidebar, for practice.

H/T to,,,,,,ummmm can't remember where I was,,,sorry.

I'm going to need alot of practice on the advanced targets.
I'm not used to moving that much...

Mr. Booosh, do you like Benny Hill?

You might find this music appropriate:

I just hope Johnny Sutton didn't toss them in prison for getting fingerprints on El Presidente's favorite childrens mini-van...

Saturday, June 02, 2007

anybody want a job change?

I know a company that's hiring...

You'll need a clas A CDL, though.

And be able to remember how high your trailer is (13' 6" would be a good bet), so you don't end up like our hero...

Will we ever get off of the Kristina crap?

I mean c'mon now, it's been over two years since ol' Chocolate-boy Nagan left his people to fend for themselves during (and after0 the storm.

After reading this story about Katrina still killling N'awlines residents, I just have to wonder when I'll see the next part,,,,the one about needing a dumptruck load of money to help set things right.

How come the Big Easy is the only one with the problem?

There are high rates of mental health problems among the survivors and previous research has found that mental disorders are predictors of earlier death rates," Kessler said. "So putting the two together in New Orleans is not surprising."

Local mental health professionals say they are encountering more people with psychological problems.

"We're seeing triple the number of people with mental health problems as we were before Katrina," said Leah Hedrick, social worker at Ochsner Hospital. "Depression, suicidal, anxiety, abuse of drugs and alcohol, and along with that comes a lot more physical problems."

Maybe it's because Uncle Sugar too care of every worry they ever had, and they didn't need to grow up and realize that life can be a chit sammich sometimes. The government
fell on it's ass isn't taking care of them the way they'd like, and they never had to do anything on their own. Now they have to, and don't like it.

Friday, June 01, 2007

Ok, I'm kinda late on this,,,

But I just can't find *WHAT* Nancy Pelosi saw on her trip to Greenland that "convinced" her that global warming was real.

Was it, maybe the 1200 year-old remains of Viking Scandinavian farmsteads that had been engulfed by snow and ice? Remember your history?

I don't think anyone with an IQ of better than a turtle would argue that the climate isn't changing. Always has, always will. What the disagreement is, is the CAUSE of it. The earth has rotational and orbital variances. The SUN also has it's hiccoughs, flashes, call it what you will.

The sun isn't Vegas, what happens there doesn't stay there.

Ok, y'all know what I think of driving while phoning

I wonder just how BADLY this driver was driving?

Which of the common cellphone d*ckhead moves did she pull?
-The take-up-1 and a half- lane thing?
-The slow-down-to-a-crawl,,,and then speed-up thing?
-The almost-miss-the-exit-and-cut-off-the-two-right-lane thing/
-The paying-NO-attention-to traffic-conditions-and-almost-rear ending-someone?

Whatever it was got the school bus driver fired...with pics for drivers-ed no-no's.

Ohhh,,,,,,and it's NOT the having the phone in your hand---it's the absolute loss of driving ability that's the problem. Yeah, telling Timmy-the-temp how to change the copier toner and re-boot the machine---while travelling at 70+ MPH on crowded roads.