Friday, December 22, 2006

Uh Huh

For My Democratic Friends:

"Please accept with no obligation, implied or implicit, our best wishes for
an environmentally conscious, socially responsible, low-stress,
non-addictive, gender-neutral celebration of the winter solstice holiday,
practiced within the most enjoyable traditions of the religious persuasion
of your choice, or secular practices of your choice, with respect for the
religious/secular persuasion and/or traditions of others, or their choice
not to practice religious or secular traditions at all. We also wish you a
fiscally successful, personally fulfilling and medically uncomplicated
recognition of the of the generally accepted calendar year 2007, but not
without due respect for the calendars of choice of other cultures whose
contributions to society have helped make America great. Not to imply that
America is necessarily greater than any other country nor the only America
in the Western Hemisphere. And without regard to the race, creed, color,
age, physical ability, religious faith or sexual preference of the wishees.
By accepting these greetings you are accepting these terms. This greeting
is subject to clarification or withdrawal. It is freely transferable with
no alteration to the original greeting. It implies no promise by the wisher
to actually implement any of the wishes for herself or himself or others,
and is void where prohibited by law and is revocable at the sole discretion
of the wisher. This wish is warranted to perform as expected within the
usual application of good tidings for a period of one year or until the
issuance of a subsequent holiday greeting, whichever comes first, and
warranty is limited to replacement of this wish or issuance of a new wish
at the sole discretion of the wisher."

For My Republican Friends:

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Work Ethic?

Video Friday

Rally drivers are some kind of crazy breed. This clip is from 23 years ago. This car is RWD, no ABS, no turbo, no computer, etc.


Same driver, Pikes Peak, 1988:

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

I'm Reserving Judgment...

...til the movie comes out, but if you say this trailer doesn't give you goosebumps, you are full of it.


Here's my concern, though. If I remember correctly, the Decepticons and the Autobots were fighting over something like Energon Cubes, I think. And we were in the way, I think. I worry that the motivations may be changed for the movie. I fear that the Decepticons will come to Earth to take away our planet and our resources because we longer deserve them due to Global Warming. The Autobots, who will no doubt be solar powered, will believe we can still learn to be eco-friendly. At least one of the Autobots (My bet is Bumblebee) will at some point take a "What if the Decepticons are right? What if there is no hope for the human race?" stance. He will somehow be saved by a human and learn that humans are basically good, then the doubting Autobot will play a major role in defeating the Decpticons. By the end of the movie, the Autobots will be showing people how to make solar powered SUVs, showing humanity that their dependence on fossil fuels is a wasteful endeavor. Hmm, actually that sounds like a great movie!

Very, Very, Very Clever.

Uber bias magazine, Newsweek, has Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on its cover this week. The article is called "Is America Ready?" What shit. Talk about about appealing to your guilt gland. In other words, if you don't vote for Hillary or Obama, then you are a racist and sexist.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

"Airplane" Director Latest Hobby

One of the Zucker brothers has been trying his hand with political satire shorts. Here is his latest one.

Monday, December 18, 2006

Iraq Economy Booming?

According to this post it is.

A Time For Choosing

I was listening to Michael Medved today and he was doing a special on Ronald Reagan. One of the bits that really caught my attention was a speech he wrote and delivered at Goldwater's campaign in 1964. Give it a listen. It is called "A Time For Choosing" and it is about three bullets done from the top. It is funny how relevant this speech is to todays world.

Solid Gold

This is great.

Making Up For Lost Time

Prepare To Be Changed.

This is just too awesome for words.

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Break Dancin' Video

I thought it was cool when I finally learned the Centipede, but this is just unfair.

Friday, December 15, 2006

Hot Air Video For Video Friday

Hotair has a video showing how effective a health care system the Left loves to champion really is.

Wednesday, December 13, 2006


I just watched a Matthew McConaughey movie last night and this impression by Matt Damon is dead on in so many ways it's scary.

Thursday, December 07, 2006

Today is December 7th

65 years ago today kids.

Thoughts and prayers to that generation.

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

Check me out!. I'm Back...

...and I'm political. Just finished a fun interview with Earth's Savior, Al Gore, from last week's issue of Time. What's my favorite part, you ask?

Time asks, or says rather:

There are many people who still doubt the science. Senator James Inhofe, head of the Senate's environmental committee, has condemned global-warming science as "hoax."

Gore's reply:

There's some good news here. Senator Inhofe will soon be replaced by Senator Barbara Boxer, an advocate of solving the crisis, as chairwoman of that committee. As to why there are still skeptics--there are people who believe that the moon landing was staged in a movie lot in Arizona. Another reason is that some of the largest polluters are still putting millions of dollars a year to hire pseudo scientists to confuse people into thinking that this crisis isn't real.

Click here for the whole wonderful thing. I can't figure out why they forgot to ask why nobody has freaked out about global warning since 1984 when it was supposed to kill us all the first time.

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Hate Speech

Living in the east bay, I can relate to this discussion.

Once you go to this page, click on the Hate Speech link:
Jesse Lee Peterson Rules

Here is Jesse Lee Peterson's site:

Monday, December 04, 2006

Can't wait till Friday

John Bolton out Michael Bolton in

Sad day for the US. Guess its time to replace him with someone who thinks getting yelled at by, lets say Namibia, actually matters.

I just love how this article goes as far as to quote some German Green party candidate... My God.

Out with the Bull, in with a Pussy.

Sunday, December 03, 2006

IED Hunter

Here is your Friday video on a Sunday. Pretty funny and pretty educational.

Thursday, November 30, 2006

I've Been Dead.

Sorry I haven't posted anything in a bit. This is pretty funny.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Gore Didn't Get His Hurricanes

Poor guy. He had his hopes up with predictions like this:

Be Afraid!

But alas, it ended up like this:

"All of them were wrong"

It always pays to be safe, so I don't blame people for trumpeting fear to a degree. After Katrina, places like Louisiana need to be more prepared.

But don't worry, the "experts" are saying this is just a short reprieve. Gore will get his destruction, or so they say.

Friday, November 24, 2006

Made in Italy, Pushed Around The World

This is to recognize V day for today is the day I finally got my scooter running and back on the road!

Wednesday, November 22, 2006

It's basically Friday

Here's my submission.

Friday video...on Wednesday

She is still hot, kinda. Man we are getting old!!!

My Girlfriend Rules

Here's an email she just wrote me. Figured it would make a good Blogust post.


Bataan Death March vs. Abu Ghraib

I was just reading about the Bataan Death march this morning. My Dad's uncle was in this march and made it out alive...

Then I read this a few moments ago...

Sexually assaulted by a female?! These people must be from Mars. No one was beheaded, or hung by their thumbs like my Great Uncle, nor did 10,000 people die.

Debunking Military Myths

In light of this weeks attraction to Rengal and Kerry and all the total BS the Democrats spew about our military, including this gem over at Gateway, it is important to hear the truth from someone who actually knows what he is talking about. Debunking Military Myths.

Monday, November 20, 2006

Kramer is a fan of rap music.

N Word

Where else would he hear that word?

Liberals: The Most Racist?

Those who live in this country understand the fascist and racist tendencies of those who are liberal. The only people who are racist in their minds are white people, all the rest are under some kind of control by "the man".

This is the usual liberal crap-speak. One of the key tools of the liberals is to play on people's differences and twist it into something they can use to their advantage.

I had two wonderful conversations this weekend with friends I've made in Albany over the past year. They were just random meetings that turned in to some sort of bitch fest about how PC-fascist the US is becoming. And honestly it WAS NOT me that brought up the subject. I found myself being the voice of moderation. Both conversations made my day since I could have sworn these two friends didn't think like I did. But the more I talk with people in this area, the more I hear the same frustrations.

As an example, I'll list two posts linked on this site. First, these very insightful words by Mr. Kerry:

John Kerry says "I am convinced a volunteer army would be an army of the poor and the black and the brown."

Race is always used as a tool with these people. They love keeping the US divided along racial lines and use that division to create hate and polarization. Of course Mr. Kerry, who's married in to great wealth twice, thinks its a horror that anyone be "poor".

Then we have this post from Mr. Blogust. Count how many people in this photo are Black or Brown. I count none:

Now would it have made more sense if Mr. Kerry said "mostly" Black or Brown? Maybe. But the point is, he did not.

Democrats And The Draft

Murtha supports the draft. Kerry made an argument for the draft and now Rangel. When will peace activists ever learn.

Friday, November 17, 2006

Woo Hoo!

Less government regulation and bigger boobs! Now why didn't either party campaign on this platform?

Free enterprise gets a lift.

Thursday, November 16, 2006

I'm Thinking...

...this guy probably should have just stood up, rather than trying to make a big point about that Patriot Act or whatever and inciting a bunch of pussy college students.

Supposedly, this is an Iranian-American (No shit, really) who was unable to provide proper identification during a routine security check in the library at UCLA.

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

San Francisco Wanting Fewer Boys In Sailor Suits? Shocking!

SF Downs the JROTC because of its "Don't ask don't tell" policy. Did I mention it was Junior ROTC? These are people are so fucked.

Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Fireworks In November?

Man, this is fun already. I love the picture of Murtha.

Cry Babies

SF Gets The Bird

From their own football team!

First the team says:

We're moving to Santa Clara, you whacks!

Then the city says:

Waaaa, now we can't host the olympics!

Hey, when you put too many special interest concerns into a contract the person you are doing business with is gonna tell you to put it where the sun don't shine. Just another example of liberal policies being bad for business and business taking its money elsewhere. There are so many examples of this in recent SF history that its just sad.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Example #386: Simpsons Prove Once Again They Have Jumped The Shark.

We have all known for awhile now that the Simpson Dynasty is dead. Unfortunatly for the Simpsons producers and creators, they just wont admit it. Now they are currently doing what Goerge Lucas did with Star Wars and that is destroying every positve memory we had for the show. Oh Well...screw em. They have decided to go away from funny, to pushing a political agenda. Check out this clip. Simpsons rips the Army.

I watched some of this episode last night, but I didn't last five minutes. This clip helps support an idea many of us already know to be real and that idea goes something like this...It doesn't matter whether John Kerry believes the military is full of idiots. What matters is that a lot of his voters certainly do believe it. Can we say guilt by association?

Friday, November 10, 2006

Here Is A Great Title. "Congragulations Minnesota! I Hope You Are All Black"

Just read.

The Return Of Curly Joe Sheehan

My friday video will probably make you barf. You are warned.

Poll From Afghanistan

With my new found love of polls I think it only appropriate to post an article that ABC news released on the day of the election. The article speaks of the overall feeling the people of Afghanistan have for their current situation and let me say it is encouraging, really encouraging. ABC of course has to start the article off with bad news and end it with even worse news, but even they can't deny how positive the people feel about their country and what the US has done for them. This article underscores what I was saying in the comments box for my post "2 Predictions And A Lesson."

Here are some great poll numbers.
1) 77 percent of Afghans say their country is headed in the right direction — compared with 30 percent in the vastly better-off United States.

2) 91 percent prefer the current Afghan government to the Taliban regime, and 87 percent call the U.S.-led overthrow of the Taliban good for their country

3) 85 percent of Afghans say living conditions there are better now than they were under the Taliban.

4) 75 percent say their security from crime and violence has improved as well.

Leading up to the election, the MSM spent most of their time talking about the growing Taliban presence in the South and how the US has reduced their troop levels in Afghanistan, implying that we are cutting and running from that country, but rarely mentioned how much more of a role NATO is playing. Even France has chipped in with support by sending more man-power over to Afghanistan in order to help out with the effort.

Cold War Kids

This is a pretty cool band my buddy C.J. turned me on to. Check it out.

This Is Sad.

Sorry to get all political on a Friday, but this is a pretty interesting article. Sounds like these people know the Dems pretty well.

Democrats' victory unnerves Baghdad
Diplomat tells Iraqis U.S. won't ditch them

By Aamer Madhani, Tribune staff reporter. Nadeem Majeed and Sinan Adhem contributed to this report
Published November 9, 2006

BAGHDAD -- Across the capital Wednesday, Iraqis balanced their hopes against fears about how U.S. policy will change on the ground in the wake of the Democrats' overwhelming victory in congressional elections and U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's sudden resignation.

Rasha Tariq, 23, a college student, said she found herself near tears when she awoke Wednesday morning to the news that the Democrats had won the House and were on the cusp of taking the Senate.

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Tariq said she worries the Democrats' victory will mark the beginning of a gradual U.S. pullout from Iraq and the disintegration of what little order is left on the dangerous streets of Baghdad.

"If it was up to the Democrats, we would still be living under Saddam's tyranny," Tariq said in an interview Wednesday in the Sadoun Street shopping district. "I'm afraid that this change is going to affect the American presence in Iraq. I don't want them to leave."

While understanding that U.S. involvement in Iraq will not be altered overnight, both politicians and pedestrians in Baghdad said Wednesday that they were sure the U.S. has reached a turning point in the war.

Early Wednesday, U.S. Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad met with Iraqi politicians and journalists to reassure them that the U.S. remains committed to helping Iraq succeed. He told the group, which gathered inside the Green Zone, that American policy in Iraq would not radically change as a result of the Democrats' victory.

Several hours later, President Bush announced that he had accepted the resignation of the chief architect of what has become an unpopular war stateside.

Ali Dabbagh, the Iraqi government spokesman who attended the meeting with Khalilzad, said that he was "shocked" to hear of Rumsfeld's resignation. But ultimately, Dabbagh said, the Iraqi government sees the issue as an American matter.

"Whether it is Republicans or Democrats, Secretary Rumsfeld or someone else, we have received the assurances that the U.S. government will continue to work with Iraq for our countries' common goals," Dabbagh said.

Sadiq al-Musawi, a political analyst with the independent Iraqi Media Center, said Iraqis have been aware of the growing discontent among Americans over the daily bloodshed in Iraq.

He said the Democrats could distract the Bush administration from completing its task in Iraq by hampering it with investigations into the handling of the war, or it could force the administration to make tough but necessary alterations in its Iraq policy, al-Musawi said.

He is hopeful that the Democrats will take the latter route and force the Bush administration into bilateral talks with Syria and Iran about security. That is something the administration has been reluctant to do, even though some say it is crucial in cutting off the insurgency's financing and weapons supply.

Mixed opinions of election

Khalilzad acknowledged Wednesday that the daily bloodshed in Iraq has shaken Americans. But he emphasized to the Iraqis that Bush sees Iraq's success as important to U.S. interests.

"The president is the architect of U.S. foreign policy," Khalilzad said. "He is the commander in chief of our armed forces. He understands what is at stake in Iraq. He sees success as an imperative for America's national interest. He is committed to working with both houses of the American Congress to get support needed for the mission in Iraq to succeed."

In a smattering of interviews in central Baghdad on Wednesday, Iraqis expressed mixed opinions over the Democrats' victories.

Jassim Saed, who owns a small novelty shop on bustling Sadoun Street, said he listened closely to the rhetoric from the Democratic and Republican candidates through campaign coverage on Arabic-language satellite television.

He said the Democrats echoed many Iraqis' frustration with how the U.S. planners of the war have operated on the ground. But Saed believes the Democrats have yet to articulate what should be done differently to improve the situation for Iraqis.

"The new Congress has to show something new in their policy," Saed said. "They need to tell Iraqi people that they care and they are serious in finding a solution for the situation here."

Dr. Sami Ismael, 58, said he hopes the Democrats' victory will push the Republicans to make necessary changes in tactics.

With the national police infiltrated by militia and the Iraqi army having often proved itself ineffective, many Iraqis have grown to see the U.S. troops as the only forces they trust. Last month, Gen. George Casey, the top commander of U.S. forces in Iraq, said increasing the number of troops on the ground remains an option.

"Whatever they do, it can't get any worse," Ismael said.

Rumsfeld divides Iraqis

Mohammed Dayini, a spokesman for the Sunni National Dialogue Council, said he wished Rumsfeld had resigned earlier.

In many Iraqi circles, Rumsfeld was a divisive figure, the personification of U.S. missteps in the 3 1/2-year-old war. Many agree with critics in Washington who say Rumsfeld's greatest misstep in the war was ignoring Gen. Eric Shinseki's estimate that hundreds of thousands of U.S. troops would be needed for the postinvasion U.S. occupation of Iraq.

"He is the one responsible for the criminal acts at Abu Ghraib and the thousands of innocent Iraqis who have died at the hands of the U.S.," Dayini said.

Al-Musawi was more charitable in his analysis of how Iraqi history will remember Rumsfeld.

"He will be recalled as the man who designed the war that brought down the dictator Saddam Hussein," al-Musawi said. "He will also be remembered as the man who made many miscalculations that caused much suffering for the Iraqi people."

A Little Late.

If you don't think this is the funniest thing you've seen in a while, you might want to go to the doctor, cause you are probably dead.

Thursday, November 09, 2006

This Rules!

I may actually take up hunting now.

It's Going To Be Okay.

Here, Blog-ust, this should ease your post election blues.

Wednesday, November 08, 2006

2 Predictions And A Lesson

Now that the Dems have taken over both houses, here are a couple of predictions I agree with.
1. The MSM will finally start reporting positive news on the economy.
2. The MSM will not report as much, if at all, voter fraud. Also, Republicans will not cry foul on elections, or bring out lawyers...I hope.

Finally a lesson I learned.
Polls don't seem to be as much bullshit as I once thought. Every poll I saw said Dems would take the house and possibly the Senate. Can't say it was luck.

P.S. If you can't beat em join em. PEACE IN THE MIDDLE EAST! (just kidding)

Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Vote 2006

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It's Time To Put George In A Home.

Jar Jar strikes again! Darabont is a pretty solid screenwriter, and I'll take Spielberg's opinion over Lucas' every time these days. He probably wanted to bring Short Round back. What an ass.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Friday, November 03, 2006


Uh-oh guys! Looks like your girlfriend is in trouble.

Charlie Rich For Video Friday

I first heard this guy a couple of years ago on Yahoo Music and totally dug his music. Here is a post of song I just heard for the first time.

Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Adding Insult To Injury

Talk About A Stretch.

Click here for irresponsible "scientific" research. Your gonna love this one Baron. How long til they legislate how much TV our children can watch?

Cheney Interview

I think he sounds pretty good in this interview. The interviewer seems to try to bait him a couple of times, but Cheney keeps his cool and comes off very well, I think.

These Are Always Fun.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Kerry Sticks His Foot In It, Again

John Kerry made a comment yesterday that got quite a few people's panties in a bunch. Including lefty Bloggers. Check out the video here. Kerry is now claiming that he wasn't talking about our troops, but about Pres. Bush. To be quite honest when I read the quote, I thought he was talking about Bush. When I heard the quote, well it sounded a little different. Overall, I still think he was talking about the President, but no matter. I am still happy about the shit storm. This wouldn't have been the first time he said something like this and now I will just sit back and enjoy watching him squirm.

Update:Bush Speaks Out Against Kerry's Comments I think Bush knows that Kerry was talking about him, but since Kerry was ripping on Bush to begin with, then of course Bush is going to extend the same courtesy. Priceless.

Surprise, Surprise!

Turns out Angelina Jolie is a dumb-ass too. Maybe this will begin to show celebrities just how tricky it can be to offer aid to underdeveloped countries. Probably not, though. You know Sean Penn is going to come out and accuse Bush of staling Jolie's money.

Celebrities Are Not Only Better Than You. They're Smarter.

So Brad Pitt almost runs over a bunch of drunks in Amsterdam and naturally comes to the conclusion that everyone in the world hates Americans. I'm not saying that it might not be true that we aren't the most popular country going right now, but I hardly think a bunch of hammered guys spilling out of a bar in the middle of the night constitutes the most accurate portrait of world views on the subject. By the way, I never knew how much Brad and I had in coming. I, too, like to pick up a bike in every country I go to and take a midnight ride. For the record, I'm pretty sure Brad means motorcycle here. Just like me. Vroom! Vroom!

Monday, October 30, 2006

Let the free market decide

More Big-Government bullshit here.

Seems that government just loves creating more criminals in their never ending quest to make our lives "safer" by taking away our choices.

Friday, October 27, 2006

Screw You, A-Holes! I'm Boomer!

They All Look So Happy!

The cats totally deserve it. Freaking Hellspawn cats.

Mark Steyn For Video Friday

This guy has been appearing on talk radio a lot lately and I really like the way he thinks. I also like the way he is able to put his argument together. He appeared on Hot Air with Michelle Malkin for an interview which I have posted.
Part 1
Part 2
It starts off slow and you have to listen to giggling Michelle but it picks up as it goes. Now I like Michelle's site, but she can be downright schmarmy marmy ( if that is a word) and she also is obssessed with border security, which of course she has to bring up during this interview. Nevertheless, I think Mark Steyn is great. Have fun.

Why The Hubbub?

Some parents are just too over protective. Sheesh.

Panties? We Don't Need No Stinkin' Panties!

I've noticed that this site is becoming less and less political which makes me think that the terrorists have won. But then I think, "Well shit, they probably just wanted it more." Anyway, this hot piece is Bianca Gascoigne. I have no idea who she is, but if you're wondering what her bagina looks like, feel free to oggle it here. Silly girl, don't you know the Paparazzi are always watching? Thanks Paparazzi! Bitch needs to think about waxing that crack, though.

Happy weekend, bagina lovers!!!

Get With The Program, People!

If you are not already watching Battlestar Galactica, you should start, like

Happy Friday, Blog-ust!

When Will People Learn?

Crime does not pay.

"Let's make an example out of him."
(from CollegeHumor)

Here you go, Blog-ust!

It's your favorite American Idol cast off, Kelly Pickler! The song is pretty bad, but there is a part where she shows up at a football field in red high heels and I'm pretty sure she ends up getting gang banged by all the guys playing football, but I had to turn it off because I am at work. Let me know how it turns out. I can't wait to get home. Bitch is fine, yo.

No Explanation Necessary

Those crazy Inuits.

Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Can't Remove Hollywood From The Governator

Arnie annoys me more and more these days. Here is an article that spells out one of his liberal talking points.

Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Bad Ass!

Wow. Totally came by this accidentally, and I couldn't be happier. Enjoy!

Friday, October 20, 2006

Just A Little Story

I have been wanting to write about an incident that happened some time back for a while now, but I have been so busy lately that I never had an opportunity. Now I do. Super!

I think you all know by now that my favorite watering hole is an Ethiopian place called Jarra's. I have blogged about this place before. HELL! I think I have called each one of you while getting drunk there before. Remember? Do you guys remember when I do that? Huh? Do you?
I guess you can call me a regular at Jarra's. I mean really. I am like Norm from "Cheers" at this bar, but instead they say "Blogust" when I walk in. Over the past 8 months I have naturally been able to meet other Norms at Jarra's. And we all run tabs like Norm and we drink beer like Norm and talk about work and get fat like Norm and yadda yadda yadda.

Anyway, every regular at this bar knows where I stand on politics. Mostly because I like to shout it to the moon. (or is it howl it to the moon? No idea, but I get off on it that is for sure.)

One of the regulars at this bar is named Collette and she is Lesbian and she likes to argue with me. (by the way, her being a lesbian is important to this story). So she is a lesbian and she likes to argue with me, but not in a bad way. In a good way, if there is such a thing. You know, like lets agree to disagree type stuff. So just recently she brought up the whole Foley affair, which I really don't care about, and started making claims that Republicans are hypocritical with their family values, and how Foley was on some Family values committee or some shit and that he just proves how full of shit the whole party is and blah blah blah.
So I say "The difference between Republicans and Democrats is this. When a Republican is caught with his pants down he will resign...usually. A Democrat will take it to court." Of course one has to back up such a claim and so I mentioned Gary Studs. The Democrat Congressman who wasn't busted e-mailing a page like Foley, but actually having sex with a 17 year old page back in 1983 and then went on to be re-elected. You know what she said? "At least it was with a girl!" Isn't that funny? I'll let you guys chew on that for awhile. Those are moments we pray for.

By the way, the page wasn't a girl.

Hey, its Video (game) Friday

OK, my video post today is 25 minutes long, but its well worth the watch.

In keeping with Kingly's video game theme, I giver you South Park's take on World of WarCraft.
World (of WarCraft)

Oh yeah, you have to watch parts 1, 2, and 3.

There Goes My Hip Again.

I think maybe I'll take up wittling, cause I am obviously too old for video games. How does this possibly work? Aren't you supposed to be drunk when you play Madden? Someone's gonna get an eye put out.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Arrested Development Season 3 review

I just watched AR season 3 and I think it officially jumped the shark. I know everyone was saying Fox was crazy for cancelling this series, and before I saw the final season I agreed. I almost bought into the "America keeps Everybody Loves Raymond and dumps Arrested Development thats how dumb we as a society have become" talk, but now I realize that this final season had to go regardless of our overall IQ. Maybe businesses that are driven by money do know what they are doing. Just thought you'd all like to know.

Neeeiiilllll Hammmbbbuuurrrggggeeeerrrr!!!!! America's Funny Man

I couldn't embed this, but I wanted to post it anyway.
That's My Life

They Should Have Seen If The Glove Fit up His Ass!

For those of you, including myself, that said all along that this a-hole is dying to confess. Why hasn't someone cut this prick's head off yet? Don't be eating when you read this, you will totally gavomit.

Remember To Shuffle Your Feet!

Looks like we got a good old fashioned man against nature war here. Too bad they don't make good coats, or we could cull the population.

Tuesday, October 17, 2006

Monday, October 16, 2006

Super Charged!

For the Charger Fans! (Which should be everyone.) I just read this on ESPN.

Chargers dealing Tomlinson?
San Diego is offering up LaDainian Tomlinson to the highest bidder. The star back has played his way into Marty Schottenheimer's doghouse with his continued insistence on breaking long touchdown runs instead of sticking to his coach's ball control philosophy with nice, simple, 3- to 4-yard, clock-eating rushes that eventually lead to punts and the opportunity to pin opponents back in their own territory.

Friday, October 13, 2006

For Fools

Here's my Friday submission fool!

And this one. There are a bunch to choose from.

How Do They Blend Their Margaritas?

Savage. Those must be some really nice photos of Rummy's family. Thanks for sending this, CJ.

Words Cannot Explain

Navy Seal awarded the Silver Star.
Black Five has a take.
Since the memorial was in San Diego I will link the Union-Tribune

I Need A Roller Skating Monkey! Now!

665,000? More Like 50,000

A medical journal called the Lancet posted a study that claims 665,000 Iraqi civilians have died since 2003. I find this number to be shocking. Not because of the loss of life, but because of what appears to be a blatant mishandling of the truth. Are we to believe that Iraq has lost more people during this war than the U.S. has ever lost in any of the wars it has fought? Are we also to believe that all the headines of 18-30 deaths were extremely inaccurate and that the real count is 770 lives a day? That is quite a margin of error.

But already, the Oregonian is running this report on its frontpage and I am sure SF Comical is doing the same thing. On December of '05, Bush announced that Iraq had lost 30,000 civilians and currently, according to Micheal Medved, the Iraqi Government puts the count at 50,000. Could they both be so wrong?

Iraq the Model has something to say about the Lancet.

It's Friday!

You've got to love you some Mr. Show!

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

For Fans Of The Office.

Or even if you're not. The point about the celebrity sex list is classic. I've thought of that myself. Sorry for the poor quality.

Tuesday, October 10, 2006

I Am Not Afraid To Say It "These Recruits Are Braver Than Me"

NY Times has recruiting numbers for '06. I got this link over at Mudville Gazette. He points out that this story was buried on page 19 in the print version.

Good-bye, Tower Records!

Oh! My Hip!

We're Next!


Phil Angelides, What An Idiot

I just got a very nice, glossy, 4 page fold out in my mailbox. I assume other Californians reading this got one today too.

Its from Phil Angelides, the Democatic candidate for governor this year. All it shows is 4 pages of pictures with Bush and Arnold together. That's pretty much it. No where does it say ANYTHING about Angelides. Not who he is, what he stands for, or any plans he may have. NOTHING!

This twerp is going to get his ass demolished at the polls. One of the many reasons is that he's a classic bash Bush liberal. His brain dead, no plan thinking goes something like this:

"If I just chant 'Bash Bush' then I'll get elected. Oh, wait... I'm not running against Bush, I'm running against Arnold. Oh well, same thing, no?"

Getting his flyer in the mail today has made me laugh harder than I have in days. I went to his web site to get more of his BS so that my euphoria would continue, and wouldn't you know it, this is linked on his front page.

CBGBs too eh?

My favorite club, The Ivy Room, just closed a month ago. Sucks because it is basically right next to my house.

I've been to CBGB's. The place is a hole. But, hey, its an institution. Much like the Ivy Room was.

Dunno if I like the idea of a CBGB's in Vegas with slot machines. But hell, The Ramones are so over marketed now that it just makes sense.

Hey Ho Let's Go

You Don't Have To Like Sports... appreciate these classic bloopers.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Saturday, October 07, 2006

Colbert 'o8

Man was I wrong about this guy. Stephen Colbert interviews Amy Goodman, uber lefty and founder of Democracy Now, and just rips her a new one. I like that, because it shows that he is willing to take on anyone and recognizes comedy is not pretty. For me, he can do all the Bush bashing he wants and I wont care so much. Now I might actually listen to what he has to say.

Friday, October 06, 2006

Not That's A Tagline!

I like my beer cold, my music loud and my homosexuals flaming!

Update: Why'd you change it back, ass face!

Double update: Attaboy.

You Have To Have Seen This.


Scrubs On Relationships.

Damn It, Glarg! You Turned Off The Cloaking Device Again!

99.9999999% chance this is a hoax, but it's still pretty cool. I, for one, would like to welcome our alien overlords to Earth.

Thursday, October 05, 2006

Am I The Only One...

...who thinks that tagline at the top there makes us sound like a bunch of faeries here on blog-ust? Some velvet morning when I'm straight...? What the hell? Has anyone here ever even met a Phedra?

Here's Your World.

Well, they made Charlize Theron look like a fat, trailer trash serial killer, so who knows?

Wednesday, October 04, 2006

Effing World.

At this point I'm sure all or most of you have heard about the horrible tragedy that occured at the Amish schoolhouse in Pennsylvania as well as the shooting and assault in a Colorado high school over the last week. I find myself torn as to whether I'm glad these terribly deranged men took their own lives or were killed by police at the scene, thereby speeding up the process, or whether I would like them to face justice. Sadly, I would go for the former since we in this country are not allowed to treat the truly wicked in the manner they deserve. Could you imagine scores of people marching to save this "poor man who obviously cracked under the pressure of an unhealthy upbringing and the burdens society had placed upon him." Down with the death penalty? I think not. Those poor families. I'm not a big prayer guy, but sometimes you just have to.

I wrote this a couple of days ago, and I wasn't sure I was going to post it. Then I came across the following bit of information and realized there are even more people who need the death sentence, even if they are not committing an actual crime.

Radical Baptist group plans to picket Amish funeralsBy Mario F. CattabianiINQUIRER STAFF WRITER
HARRISBURG - Members of a radical Baptist church plan to picket at the funerals of five Amish girls slain in Lancaster County Monday, believing God is punishing Pennsylvania for the sins of Gov. Rendell.
Word of the protests prompted Rendell today to issue a public plea for everyone, including members from the Westboro Baptist Church in Kansas, to respect the privacy at the funerals planned for tomorrow and Friday.
"I am asking everyone, the people from the church in Kansas, I am asking everyone to please observe the Amish religious tradition and the Amish desire to carry out their funerals in utmost privacy," Rendell said. "Do not try to intrude on their privacy at probably the most terrible moment of tragedy the Amish community has had in its history here in America and Pennsylvania."
The Topeka church announced its intentions on its Web site,
The church has gained national prominence for picketing at the funerals of American soldiers. They say God is punishing America for its tolerance of gays.
In a rambling news release interspersed with fiery Bible passages, the church said the girls were killed "in punishment for Gov. Ed Rendell's blasphemous sins" against Westboro Baptist. It cited two news media interviews the governor gave soon after he signed legislation this summer banning demonstrations at services for military personnel.
It went on to say that the church "is continuing to pray for even worse punishment upon Pennsylvania."
Asked about the church's view that he brought on this tragedy, Rendell responded, "They are insane."
"This is the same logic that says that we are losing American soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan because there are too many gays in America," he added.
Rendell said he has been in contact with one of the elders in the Amish community "to see if they want state police presence in case the church demonstrates." He said he plans to reach out to elders again later this morning for an answer.
The governor said he would not do anything "that the Amish community doesn't want." One option, he said, is to make sure that if there is a demonstration, it is "far enough away so they don't interfere with the privacy of the funerals."
Last month, church members protested at a funeral home in London, Ky., where a service was being held for a soldier. They shouted and held signs that read "America is doomed," "Thank God for 9/11," "You're going to hell" and "Thank God for dead soldiers."

Teach Your Children Well?

Seriously? First they come out with an energy drink called "cocaine," and now this ad is supposedly showing up in local mags in New York. This is the first I've seen it, though, so it could be a hoax. I doubt it, though.
Crystal Meth is so predominent in the gay community these days that I guess if you find this ad offensive you are probably a homophobe. Homophobe!

Stock Up On Soap You Fools!

I love this representation of the possible bird flu epidemic, but it leaves out some important things. First of all Lee (who you'll notice is an [evil] businessman) was infected by a monkey, that itself was infested by Global Warming (pictured above). Then monkey was then sold to a pet shop in the United States by Patrick Dempsey. The bird flu went airborne in a movie theatre, and if not for the heroics of Dustin Hoffman and Cuba Gooding Jr., many innocent people would have been bombed to oblivion by our evil, heartless rulers here in the U.S. Sadly, Hoffman and Gooding Jr. have thus far been unable to stop Global Warming, so everybody's going to die anyway.

Tuesday, October 03, 2006

More Bad News For MSM

The Dow Jones broke an intraday record today while oil prices dropped. The previous record was set on Jan. 14th 2000 before the dot com crash. Hmmmm...all of this and right before an election? I wonder how the MSM is going to spin it.?

Newsweek Abroad

I thought this was pretty a interesting cover of Newsweek. Gateway Pundit has the story. I am beginning to wonder if anti-american sentiment was created by the media or if the media is just giving its customers what they want.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Video Monday

Sorry, I didn't post on Friday. I guess today will have to do. I spent the weekend watching Betty Boop cartoons (I know very exciting) and this one made me laugh. What do you think? The beginning of PETA?

Friday, September 29, 2006

Liberals Like Comedians

Well hell, I guess they could say the conservatives like actors. Anyway...

I saw a flyer for this yesterday in SF. I don't understand the title: "3rd Annual Bush Going Away Party"

Is this some sort of way to make the losers feel good? Like, "Well we lost the Presidency, but it means we only get George Bush for more years, so lets start celebrating."

Of course the whole event is about bashing Bush. Yaaaawn.

Money goes to keep that evil military out of high schools. Damned evil military.

Happy Friday

No, there is no liberal media bias

I chatted with Blogust yesterday, and one of the points that came up about liberals is that they just don't see the liberal bias that is pretty much in all news media. Yet, when it comes to Fox News, they believe it is so blatantly biased that they don't listen.

So here, for your enjoyment, are two writeups on yesterdays action in the senate. You tell me which one is more biased.

Here's the non-biased Reuters report. " U.S. Congress on Friday moved to block the Bush administration", "Slap in the face", "More than Bush asked for", "Less than Bush asked for"

Bush is always wrong.

Here's the overly-biased report. This is an AP report linked on Fox News' front page. It lists figures, voting totals, it quotes Teddy Kennedy, it talks about divisions, it mentions progress and hurdles. I mean, talk about the bias!

Well rounded.

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

National Intelligence Estimate

Over the weekend the Dems were beside themselves over the NIE report of six months ago. I read it and I don't see why they were so excited. See for yourselves.
Check out Michelle Malkin

Clinton Meltdown

Did everyone hear about the Clinton meltdown over the weekend with Chris Wallace? It was truly hard to watch. These guys have some good videos about that interview.
Also check out Vent.

Let's hear it for Apoo!!

Thank Heaven For 7-11

Time to go buy me a big-gulp and a full tank of gas.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Don't Count Me Out!

Talk about coming in under the wire! Just when I thought I was going to have to forego some hot Friday video action, I came across this beauty. Just magnificent, people!

You Nazty Spy!

In light of all the Hype Moe Chavez is getting, I think it only appropriate to show a Three Stooges video in honor of Video Friday. Enjoy

Its that time of the week!

Oh My God!

My gut-I have to go to the hospital-too funny! Seriously, though, check out the sample pages. There's gold in them thar hills!

Thursday, September 21, 2006

Lethal Weapon?

Hollywood Loves Hugo

CITGO is a tool of Chavez's. Something tells me this company will slowly disintegrate.

Viva Wal-Mart

Cheap Drugs

Comedian Presidents

Have you guys seen this?
Funny. I am sure you all have heard about the new movie where Robin Williams runs for president. Do you think the Dems are starting to realize they have no leadership? Maybe that is why they are putting their faith into comedians.

Super Fantastic.

I think I'm going to give up drinking now. Ladies and gentlemen, I now introduce you to the real Scott Stapp.

Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Are Our Kids Safe Enough, Though?

Okay, those two little fuckers from Columbine seriously messed up this country. I hope someone at least abused their corpses. This is ridiculous. A San Diego cop wouldn't even shoot somebody carrying that thing.

Criminal Masterminds Need You!

I've said it before and I'll say it again. the Intranet is evil. Craigslist is the Hades of the World Wide Web. This young man may have escaped virtually unscathed, but you might not be so lucky. Eh, maybe it's just funny.


If you want to have a good day, don't read this.

Monday, September 18, 2006

Friday, September 15, 2006

Thursday, September 14, 2006

Men Are Smarter Than Women

But we already knew that.

Merry Christmas, Bitches!

Oh, you guys are gonna love this one. I know I did. Be sure you're at least arm's length away from your computer, cause you're gonna wanna punch it. Way to go, Newsweek. As long as we're doing "what ifs," what if you guys weren't a big stupid left wing schill of a mag? What an ass face this guy is.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Go Tony!

Blair that is.

Blame Michael Moore

This is sadnews. But didn't Mr. Moore go out of his way to make the US look like an insane asylum while Canada was a haven of safety? There's this shooting today and the shooting this article mentions in 89. Why was this 89 shooting not mentioned his his praise of Canada?

Besides that, I think its time to start rounding up all D&D, Goth, loners who walk around in black trenchcoats.

Dems = Brain Dead

Here's one of the latest Democratic commercials in this here California Governor's race. I mean WTF does this have to do with anything I ask you? This "Bash Bush" rhetoric is about as tired and old as the Atlanta Braves "hatchet chop".

Fresh Goes Better!

If you don't think this is one of the funniest things you've seen in a while, then you need to go to the doctor, because you've obviously got a tumor in the humor center of your brain.

Monday, September 11, 2006

Fun Weekend

I was back in San Luis Obispo this past weekend for a friend's birthday party. It was nice seeing old friends. Sorry FryAnEgg, I was not there for long. I'd like to see your house some time.

Went to breakfast with some friends Sunday morning and got the usual liberal group think conversation by which they all speak their mind and just assume everyone else agrees. I kept my mouth shut, but my girl stood up for some points which made me proud. Seemed the conversation revolved around Katrina and Schwarzenegger's latest (gasp!) comments over an open mic about how you don't mess with black/latino mixed women because they are hot blooded. As usual (and like the Ann Coulter comments) its not about whether what was said is the truth, but that it was not PC.

Anyway, the conversation was funny, because I was at a table of mostly girls and their comments went like this:

1- "I just can't vote for Schwarzenegger because of how he treats women."

2- "Yeah, but I also don't know much about Angelenies."

Here's why I laughed, because in my head my answers were this:

1- "But you voted for Bill"

2 - "You obviously don't know anything about Angelinies, since his name is Angelidies"

Friday, September 08, 2006

Just Because It's Awesome.

Score One For The Big Guy.

It warms the heart to see justice served.

Video Friday

This one goes out to Lord Kingly and CJ, being that they are San Diego residents. Rob Halford, of Judas Priest, has been known to spend his time in Hillcrest, but I am sure Lord Kingly and CJ already knew that.

Judas Priest really started to become famous when they became targets of Tipper Gore's watchdog group, The Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC). The group was resposible for all the "Parental Guidance: Explicit Lyrics" labels on albums...oh joy. As you would guess, many musicians weren't too crazy about the idea. Here are a couple quotes.

The PMRC proposal is an ill-conceived piece of nonsense which fails to deliver any real benefits to children, infringes the civil liberties of people who are not children, and promises to keep the courts busy for years dealing with the interpretational and enforcemental problems inherent in the proposal's design.
It is my understanding that in law First Amendment issues are decided with a preference for the least restrictive alternative. In this context, the PMRC demands are the equivalent of treating dandruff by decapitation. - Frank Zappa


That which is denied becomes that which is most desired, and that which is hidden becomes that which is most interesting. Consequently, a great deal of time and energy is spent trying to get at what is being kept from you. - John Denver

I think both of these guys are right. What do you all think? Has music become more or less raunchy since the days of Judas Priest?

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Path To 9/11

ABC is airing a mini-series/docudrama for the anniversary of Sept. 11th. It is titled "Path to 9/11." The odd thing about this series is that it takes shots at the Clinton Administration, as well as, the Bush Administration for not taking terrorism seriously. WOW! MSM taking shots at the Democrats. Can't wait to check it out. As one would expect, liberal bloggers are up at arms about the docu-drama. One argument I have heard them use is that the mini series shouldn't be taken seriously since it is a docu-drama and not a documentary. Apparently, documentaries are accurate and infallible, but we all remember Fahrenheit 9/11.

Clinton is getting in on it too. He is now trying to silence the media.

Thursday, August 31, 2006

Because I don't want to wait till tomorrow

Here's a Friday video for you. Hasselhoff, a hot burlesque dancer, and witty comebacks. Watch till the end.

Got Me A New Book. What Else Is There To Do In Portland?

I just bought this book called "Conservative Combacks to Liberal Lies." The Guy who wrote it does a radio show out of Boston called Pundit Review. He also has a pretty interesting Blog where you can listen to some of the shows archives. Here

There's A Little Yellow Man In My Head.

No sirens! Aren't you playing a little fast and loose with our lives here? Well, at least people will have a reason to sue.

I Can See It Now.

So, British filmmaker comes up with a faux documentary on what would happen to the war on terror if Bush were assassinated. Does anybody even need to see this? I imagine a perpetual rainbow would appear over the Middle East. Then aliens would come to Earth, wipe out all of the Christian conservatives and teach everyone else how to make Socialism work. Utopia at last!

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Sorry To Have To Do This To You Guys.

Hillary Swank played a guy in a movie once. That means this picure makes us all gay. Not that there's anything wrong with that!

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

You Really Can't Deny It.

I think we can all agree that this is irrefutable evidence of the divine. Especially since God makes turtles, whereas man makes toast and freeway underpasses.

And I'm Sure CBS Will Host It

What a joke

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Christopher Hitchens Flips The Bird

Christopher Hitchens was on "Real Time With Bill Maher" Friday night and managed to sit through the whole show without having his head explode, but what he couldn't contain was his urge to flip off the audience. Childish but funny.

Throughout the interview, Bill Maher would continually go for the cheap laugh and applause by calling the President dumb or a bible thumper (how original), but for me, what Bill Maher intended to say was that anyone who voted for Bush is dumb. Especially those who still support him. All I have to say is "duuuhhhhh...."
Anywho, I am starting to get the feeling that the left feels they have won a moral victory since more and more Americans hate Bush and more and more Americans feel Iraq is a bad idea. But never fear, this dummy (meaning me) hasn't given up hope.
Fox News with Chris Wallace
In the second article, read what Joe Biden has to say when Chris Wallace asks
Senator, let me ask you about that, because your plan is to decentralize
the country and create sort of semi-autonomous regions for the Kurds, the
Sunnis and the Shia. But I want to put up a poll taken recently of
Now read Iraq the Model. This article doesn't have anything to do with Biden's comments, but both address the unity issue in Iraq.

By the way, here is Christopher Hitchens homepage if you liked what you saw.

Hateful Cartoon Contest

Slpastick Politics is showing Iran's Holocaust Cartoon entries.
While Zombie Time has some more photos for your viewing enjoyment. Same old stuff, but still worth the look.

Friday, August 25, 2006

Like Chocolate And Peanut Butter.

I don't have the words, and I'm pretty sure I don't need them, because if anything ever spoke for itself it's this glorious Friday video. This is most likely not safe for your work, unless you work for, like, Girls Gone Wild. Enjoy.

Scott Biram

Move over BBQ, this is my new favorite one man band.

Friday Funday!

See where your town ranks, or sadly, if it doesn't at all. Obviously, some of us aren't pulling our weight.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

Faith in Science

Crap like this
is exactly why I'm not afraid to be skeptical of experts, especially in the field of science.

So, with a few redefinitions, can we do away with global warming??

Ann Coulter. Not So Crazy, After All.

Turns out even her most biting commentary may actually just be careful observation. You can't make this stuff up people.


It's a shame we don't have a Hardee's here in San Diego. I'm in the mood to sue somebody. Hmm, maybe I can sue Hardee's for not being here? It's worth a shot, and I'm sure there's a lawyer or two who would take the case. Why can't all these fat American's learn what a freaking calorie is. I can't believe people get paid to point this shit out.

New Freedom Fighter Babes

Well, not really Freedom Fighters. More like Freedom Ravers.

Just a few shots of some Iranian girls letting their hair down.

Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Will You Take A Third Party Out Of State Payheck?

I fell a lot better about my credit card bills after seeing this. For shame.

"Fly The Friendly Skies" Was Taken.

I've flown Northwest, so this doesn't surprise me in the least. I mean, isn't their logo, "Northwest Airlines. Damn it, what the hell do you want?" At least that's the way I remember it. Why should they treat their employees any better than they train their employees to treat their customers? It's called consistency people.

Evil Zookeeper Kills Tiger Trying To Show Affection To Veterinarian.

You can bet your ass PETA will call for a lynching. Veterinarians area dime a dozen, but Sumatran Tigers are beautiful and endangered animals. Sadly, I expect this guy to lose his job over this.

Tuesday, August 22, 2006

Def Republican Jam

There are three notable Black Republicans running for office this election year. Lynn Swann for Gov. of Pennsylvania, Ken Blackwell for Gov. of Ohio and Michael Steele for Senate of Maryland. I don't need to explain what all this means. But it doesn't end there. Hip-Hop Mogul, Russell Simmons, is going to be hosting Michael Steele's fundraiser. Good!

If the Democrats lose the black vote they will be in big trouble. If they lose the Jewish vote they will be in big trouble. Who will they recruit next? Anyone? Anyone? If you say illegals, well then you said it...not me.

Back In My Day....

Two Grampies, Grandpa Dylan and Grandpa Bennett, have both come forward to complain about the state of music in the U.S. today. Dylan complains that recorded music doesn't sound as good as it did 20 years ago, while Bennett complains that the U.S. has only contributed "Jazz" to the cultural world. Can you say "dated"? Look, I know I am dated. I hate todays music, but then again I hate music from Bob Dylan and Tony Bennett as well.

How Refreshing

Here's an amazing article where a parent actually does the right thing instead of immediately suing everyone in sight. Imagine encouraging your child to overcome their fears and teaching them a valuable life lesson, instead of a lesson in entitlement and litigation. This woman should teach a parenting course.

Monday, August 21, 2006

With Movies Like "X" and "Do The Right Thing," I Am Sure Spike Lee Is Going To Be More than Fair

Yaaaay! Spike Lee has made a documentary about Hurricane Katrina. Just in time too. August is almost over and not one Big One has hit yet. That doesn't mean a Hurricane wont happen, but if there isn't one as big as Katrina, well Spike Lee has it covered.

There was a video connected to this link on the yahoo homepage. I didn't know how to link to it, but if it is still there, check it out. The video is an interview that Spike Lee gave about his new documentary and in the first few seconds, Spike Lee describes Katrina as the worst "Natural" Disaster and then quickly changes it to the worst "Man-made" Disaster to hit the U.S. No, this mini series wont be biased. Actullay, it might even compete with Bowling for Columbine.

Hey wait a minute, isn't this documentary "Too Soon"?

France Backs Down

But OF COURSE. France reduces its commitment, and then it just keeps getting better. Italy now wants to lead the UN force.

Did you hear that? Italy!

Oh man... Life sure is funnier than fiction.

Ciao Bella!

Imagining this world without the leadership of the US is just a scary thought.

Friday, August 18, 2006

Here's Your Friday Freaking Video!

Behold awesome.


Here is a link to Maximum Colossus (a.k.a. Lord Kingly) and CJ's San Diego Chargers webpage. Super Bowl Bound.

Doom And Gloom, People. Doom And Gloom.

I have a hunch they are attracted to the Earth's warmth.

Rockin Fiday

I think this is one of the better Rock Covers

I See Drunk People

In case you haven't heard, Haley Joel Osment (of 6th Sense fame)wrapped his '95 Saturn around a tree a couple of weeks back. Well, he's now been charged with DUI and posession of marijuana. Tragic. A '95 Saturn? Hollywood makes minced meat out of yet another promising child actor.

Unconfirmed sources tell me Jonathon Lypniki (of Jerry Maguire fame)was found in the trunk with a ball gag. So sad.

Thursday, August 17, 2006

Take That Religion!

This is ridiculous. There must be absolutley nothing left to do in Canton once you've taken the Hall of Fame tour.

Just One More Reason Why I Support The Death Penalty

Look at this pencil necked Mother. Now that he has confessed to killing that Ramsey girl, the last of the two remaining parents should be allowed to spend a few precious moments with this sicko. Not only for killing that little girl, but for the ten years of grief the father and his wife suffered while the media and society all but convicted them.

Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

Wait... Am I understanding this correctly?

France (In love with former Yassar Arafat) and Turkey (A Muslim nation) are going to lead a "Peace Keeping" force that is supposed to be unbiased in how it treats the Jews over the Muslims? And Israel is agreeing to this????

Tell me this is a joke, please.

Meet LTC Randolph C. White

This video is about 12 minutes long, but well worth every second.

Saturday, August 12, 2006

More Penn & Teller

Google has 23 episodes of Penn & Teller's "Bullshit" on Google Video. I think it only appropriate to link directly to an episode called Conspiracy Theories.

Friday, August 11, 2006

Ramones Video

Here are the Ramones doing "Cretin Hop." You need to turn up the volume a bit, but overall a pretty good live recording. The best part about this video is the little spin moves performed by my all time favorite Punk Rock Republican, Johnny Ramone.

Okay, I'll start.

Here's a Friday video for you.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

Iraq Update

After General Abizaid spoke last week, a dark tone has fallen harder on the war in Iraq. It was always there to begin with, but it certainly seems heavier in recent days. Still, in light of the missing Egyptians and the exploding sports drinks, one has to think that a new found vigor will emerge.

Here are a few sites I found interesting.
Iraq Security

I linked to casualties before and quickly deleted it, because I thought it was distasteful. Now, I don't care as much anymore.

Bitch Fest

Since we are on the subject of Ann Coulter, I figured I should link to another outrageous woman...Michelle Malkin. Here she is at Hot Air. Fauxtography part 1 and part 2

Do I Detect A Romance?

Oddly enough, Ann Coulter is a fan of Blogust and she is delighted with all the attention she is getting. She is especially pleased with Lord Kingly and has asked me to post this.

Isn't that sweet?

Everybody Gets A Whole Snow Cone.

Here's another article about how American parents are wussifying their kids. This is pretty much old news these days, but it never fails to piss me off. My favorite line:

"When we went to school, people were bullied. Now we know kids have a much greater instance of suicide and depression when they've been bullied," she says.

I think it's probably far more depressing to turn 14 and realize you suck at everything, but that's just me. I don't have kids. Incidentally, my feelings on the war don't mean squat either.

I Am The Lowest Common Denominator

This is so far over the top that it's freaking hilarious!

Can't We All Just Get Along?

I've noticed a lot of animousity here lately, and I fear we are reaching a boiling point. So, in order to restore a little peace, I wanted to share with you all something that I'm sure we can agree on. This is the cutest stuff ever.

Wednesday, August 09, 2006

"Nourishment" Is A Funny Word

What does everyone think about Lieberman's loss in the primaries? Is this good or bad for Democrats? Do you care? What I think is funny is all the outrage about him running as an Independent. I heard some clips of people saying that Joe is turning his back on the Democrats by not stepping down and letting Ned Lamont run alone against the Republican candidate. In other words, after they ate their young, they are now crying that it didn't provide them with nourishment.

Ahmadinejad On 60 Minutes

This is all we need. Does this guys comments read like it came from a Democrat notebook?


What the hell happened to Nick Rivers?

Your Girlfriend Is A Nut

This is precisely why I couldn't finish Coulter's book. She may be right on about a few things here and there, but even a blind squirrel finds a nut from time to time. The truth is, though, that I am likely to side with her on a number of issues merely because I lean to the right. But this is beyond right. This crazy bitch is so far to the right she can slap the left on the back of the head when they're not looking. She is just a straight up screaming banshee psychopath. And this is not the only issue in her book where she omitted some key information,took quotes out of context, or took the word of people with an agenda that was obviously the same as hers. This woman has very little credibility as far as I'm concerned. Of course, I feel the same way about people like Cindy Sheehan,Al Franken and Michael Moore.

Tuesday, August 08, 2006

Good Stuff...

...even if the guy is from French Canada. How did Time let this get by?

The End Is Nigh.

I can't understand what is being said, but I imagine it's something along the line of, "Global Warming reared its ugly head at a youth soccer game earlier this afternoon." You decide.

Monday, August 07, 2006

More Madonna.

Madge the peace emissary.


Man that Madonna is zany and courageous and cool and..... Ya know, the way speaks truth to power? She is like, cutting edge and shit. Like, the Godmother of punk rock. I mean nothing phases her. Totally in your face and doesn't care. What can I say? I am in total awe of her, and of her bravery and and and her ability to ummm...ya know, show us what's up. She is like the smartest person ever! I mean wow...WOW!

Sunday, August 06, 2006

When Is It No Longer "Too Soon"?

With movies like "Titanic" "Saving Private Ryan" and "Schindlers List" doing as well as they did, I wonder how many people who say that making a movie about 9/11 is a bad idea saw those three movies.

Friday, August 04, 2006

The World Can't Wait

The World Can't Wait people have put together a petition to drive out "The Bush Regime." When is this supposed to take place? October 5th 2006, so mark your calendars. What is interesting about this petition is how it reads. Here is a caption or two.
There is not going to be some magical "pendulum swing." People who steal
elections and believe they're on a "mission from God" will not go without a
There is not going to be some savior from the Democratic Party. This whole idea
of putting our hopes and energies into "leaders" who tell us to seek common
ground with fascists and religious fanatics is proving every day to be a
disaster, and actually serves to demobilize people.
Sounds like these people are not planning on taking the traditional route to remove The President. Sounds more like a revolution rather than politics as usual. What is even more fascinating is how many Democrat Congressman signed this petition. Here is a list of celebrity and political signees.

James Abourezk, Aris Anagnos, Anti-Flag, Edward Asner, Russell Banks, Ed Begley Jr., Harry Belafonte, St. Clair Bourne, Gabriel Byrne, Margaret Cho, Ward Churchill, Kate Clinton, US Rep. John Conyers Jr., John Densmore, Jesse Díaz Jr., Ariel Dorfman, Tom Duane, Michael Eric Dyson, Steve Earle, Niles Eldredge, Daniel Ellsberg, Eve Ensler, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Jane Fonda, Michael Franti, reg e. gaines, Martin Garbus, Wavy Gravy, André Gregory, Paul Haggis, Sam Hamill, Suheir Hammad, Kathleen Hanna, Stephen Hays, Merle Hoffman, Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Bill T. Jones, Rickie Lee Jones, Sarah Jones, Brig. Gen. (ret) Janis Karpinski, Casey Kasem, Ron Kovic, Jonathan Kozol, Jessica Lange, Lewis Lapham, Mark Leno, Rabbi Michael Lerner, George Lois, US Rep. Cynthia McKinney, Mark Crispin Miller, Tom Morello, US Rep. Major Owens, Ozomatli, Grace Paley, Harvey Pekar, Sean Penn, Jeremy Pikser, Harold Pinter, Frances Fox Piven, Sister Helen Prejean, Michael Ratner, Boots Riley, Mark Ruffalo, US Rep. Bobby Rush, Susan Sarandon, James Schamus, Richard Serra, Rev. Al Sharpton, Cindy Sheehan, Martin Sheen, Gary Soto, Nancy Spero, Gloria Steinem, Lynne Stewart, Serj Tankian, Jonathan Tasini, Sunsara Taylor, Studs Terkel, Gore Vidal, Kurt Vonnegut, Alice Walker, Naomi Wallace, Lt. Ehren Watada, US Rep. Maxine Waters, Cornel West, Saul Williams, Krzysztof Wodiczko, Ann Wright, Howard Zinn,

I hope they try it.

Here's A Friday Video For you.

Cultural differences can be fun!


I don't really know what to say about this. The production value isn't that great, but it's certainly a story that needed to be told. If you are at work, don't even think about it. I'm sorry.

Friday Video

Lee Hazelwood & Nancy Sinatra

Can anyone guess why I chose this video?

Thursday, August 03, 2006

Plato's Republic

One of the biggest problems I have with the abortion debate is the right for girls under 18 to have an abortion without parental consent. Having sex is an adult decision and terminating a pregnancy is also an adult decision. It is that simple for me. Once we start blurring the lines I think it can open up anything. ACLU supports NAMBLA

We Are Sad.

It pains me to admit it, but we as Americans are lackadaisical sports fans. Maybe it's our society's overindulgence. Perhaps we spread ourselves too thin with pop culture and internet porn. Maybe it's that we have no culture or true sense of ourselves. Whatever it is, it must be addressed. Until the day I see a flaming portapotty hurled from atop the Western Metal Building into left field at Petco Park, I am ashamed to call myself a sports fan.

Speaks For Itself

Check it.

Wednesday, August 02, 2006


As part of his answer on "Will Humanity Survive?", Hawking honestly brings up Aliens. To me, the question is ridiculous. As is his bringing up Aliens.

OK, lets see, just to name a few...

The Great Flood (For those who believe it) - We Survived
Ice Age - We Survived
The Plague - We Survived
WWI and WWII - We Survived

Just call me Jimbo

More Freedom Fighting Babes

These girls will blow you away.