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.