Thursday, May 31, 2007
I'm going to get a dog, and then sue EHarmony because EHarmony doesn't allow my poor pup to find true love. I can only guess that NAMBLA will bring a lawsuit against EHarmony next.
Whatever you'd like it to be. One thing's for sure. Best 10 second clip I've seen in a long time. Man, that little bastard still gives me the heebs.
There have been many, many sources that state we can't just jump ship to "alternative" energy. It will take time. We need oil for the forseeable future. Period. Removing our own resources just makes us more dependent on foreign oil. As far as I'm concerned, this is what the Dumo-craps want. They purposely try to weaken this country with pretty much every thing they do, and removing our own energy independence has been a tactic they always try.
Also, the market will control where energy policy goes. The market is run by the public. It is not the Government's role to subvert public control by putting in stupid laws and regulations like the one linked above.
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Tuesday, May 29, 2007
Saturday, May 26, 2007
DESPERATE MEASURES Former vice president Al Gore takes a flamethrower to the Ross Ice Shelf in Antarctica to boost weekend ticket sales for An Inconvenient Truth.
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Friday, May 25, 2007
Thursday, May 24, 2007
In 1985, Edwards tried a case involving medical malpractice during childbirth,
representing a five-year-old child born with cerebral palsy whose doctor did not
choose to perform an immediate Caesarian delivery when a fetal monitor showed
she was in distress. During the trial, it has been argued that Edwards relied
more on his verbal skills as a trial lawyer than on actual science, as questions
remain about whether or not it was or could be proven scientifically that there
is a direct connection between a delay in delivery and brain damage like
cerebral palsy. While delivering his summary to the jury, Edwards said, "I have
to tell you right now — I didn't plan to talk about this — right now I feel her
[Jennifer], I feel her presence...[Jennifer's] inside me and she's talking to
you." 11] Edwards won a $6.5 million settlement for his client, but five weeks
later, the presiding judge overturned the award as being "excessive" and that it
appeared "to have been given under the influence of passion and prejudice,"
adding that "the evidence was insufficient to support the verdict." He offered
the plaintiffs half of the jury's settlement, but the child's family appealed
the case and settled for $4.25 million. This case established the North
Carolina precedent of physician and hospital liability for failing to determine
if the patient understood risks of a particular procedure
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
"The discovery that sharks can reproduce asexually by parthenogenesis now changes this paradigm, leaving mammals as the only major vertebrate (backboned creatures) group where this form of reproduction has not been seen."
Scientists are so biased!
Update: I understand there error in my statement. No mammal has ever given birth through that particular form of reproduction. Mary was totally knocked up by God.
These clips are old but I am making up for lost time. Once I get more, I will post. His actions are always guaranteed satisfaction.
$400.00 haircut and 28,000-square-foot house for $5.3 million near Chapel Hill, N.C. The complex of several buildings on 102 acres includes an indoor basketball court, an indoor pool and a handball court. (Not that I care that he can afford such luxuries, it is that the Democrat campaign committee picked up the tab for the haircut and the power bill pimp pad is "several hundred dollars a month." but he has carbon-offsets)
"War on Terror" Not Real, Merely an Ideological "Bumper Sticker"
Let me close by saying that I would vote for anyone over this turd from the Democratic party. Even Howard Dean.
Tuesday, May 22, 2007
Can you believe these guys? I sware I don't think any of them know what they are going to believe in next.
The article shows that he backtracks a bit when it reports.
After the event, Edwards said he had not meant to imply that only the poor go to war, only that everyone should serve in some way.
"We have people from all walks of life in America who are serving, including Reservists and National Guard," he said. "What we want to do is to have all Americans to have a chance to serve their country."
Still, it is a tired line. During the time of the Vietnam war it was clear that some were exempt from serving while others were not, but this is an all volunteer army. You are not forced at the point of a gun to serve. Doesn't he see that?
He is an idiot, an elitist and I hate him.
Truth about the military and recruits
UPDATE: After further review, the post clearly says the SUV was a hybrid. Thanks to CJ for pointing that out. Bad on me. I got so excited I didn't read the whole blog.
Monday, May 21, 2007
Friday, May 18, 2007
Thursday, May 17, 2007
I am starting to think that I have the Clintons all wrong. Maybe they are good for America.
Money quote: "The Clinton administration was the best years for the adult industry and I wish that Clinton would run again."
Good enough for me. Looks like I will be supporting the Donkeys from now on.
I mean they already have their state flag, so the hard part is over.
Who doesn't like Mexico? Baja rules. They have great ruins and Lucha Libre is event you can take your family to. Not to mention all that cheap Mexican land.
Republicans often argue that the American culture will suffer if we allow illegals to gain legal status. I find this statement totally unfair. Our culture wont suffer. We have loads in common with Mexico. At least, in the areas that matter most.
1. Both countries love Mexican food.
2. Both love Baseball.
3. Both love Christmas.
4. And both countries can speak a fair amount of Spanglish. Need I say more?
As for the few areas where our cultures differ, well we can work them out. We have done it before. For example, Mexicans love Budweiser and Americans love Corona or Pacifico. Now that is what I call teamwork. The only negative I see to all of this is the amount of Soccer games we will have to watch on ESPN. But Hell! I am willing to compromise. Are you?
I say lets embrace this bill. We have been seperated from Mexico for far too long. Lets us come together as a people.
P.S. I am not kidding.
Also, this other unfakeable UFO footage from Italy:
How does it feel to be so stupid, Bolgust?! Better tighten that chinstrap, helmet!
Wednesday, May 16, 2007
Just a reminder of his schtick, he plays both the host, as well as, a featured guest and he spends the time talking to himself in hopes to lure in callers to argue with his guest...which is actually him. Hard to explain. Just watch this video and you will get the idea. Remember, he is both the host and the guest...at the same time. Of course this video is on the war (since that is what I usually spend my time reading) but it is still funny. I know, I know. How typical of me.
P.S. I stole this from Pat Dollard
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Saturday, May 12, 2007
Thanks to Stevil
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Friday, May 11, 2007
Of course these nuts want Government to direct everyone to using biofuels. I guess free markets don't solve things, they need a little help. "Less freedom for you because we know better", another leftie mantra.
"... estimated this year that replacing just 10 percent of the world's current petroleum use with biofuels would consume about 30 percent of all the grain, oilseed and sugar produced in the U.S., Canada, the European Union and Brazil."
Hurray for renewable energy.
Apparently, he threw a rock through the window of the United States Army Recruiting Station and the window of the Washington Air National Guard office.
Who knows... Maybe he was just caught up in the moment or he maybe he was showing off for an anarchist punk rock chick (Girls can make us do crazy things).
I don't know if 10 years is the right answer, but then again, the feds aren't known for light sentences.
Thursday, May 10, 2007
I am sure the Yakuza could have used a similar hatch from time to time. And why can't we bring this idea to the states? Then PETA wouldn't have to leave their dead animals in dumpsters.
Animals killed by PETA
Wednesday, May 09, 2007
...so I posted it. If you want to read the post I stole it from...here you go.
UPDATE: For you sissies who think this picture is another example of U.S. propaganda brought on by the Bush Administration then put your mind at ease. Like so many of these types of pictures floating around the blogosphere, I think it is from a time when Americans were not afraid of being Americans. It was probably altered by a blogger in order to make it more relevant.
Later the mother was quoted to have said "I loved my son—and I did not starve him."
I believe her. And life in prison is a ridiculous sentencing. This couple is suffering enough and to throw them into prison for life is disgusting.
Here is the quote:
"It's silly. It's a silly movie," he said. "There just isn't much there. Once you take it all apart, there's not much story, is there?"
Well, it's not "Star Wars."
"People thought 'Star Wars' was silly, too," he added, with a wink. "But it wasn't."
A message to George: Stars Wars was not silly. The first three were great. It is what you've done with it since that has made it silly.
UPDATE: Definition of Silly - Noun [sil-ee] 1. A fucked up looking bear that annoyed Star Wars fans throughtout the Galaxy. Also known as an Ewok.
This definition should be added to Ambrose Bierce's book "The Devil's Dictionary"
One part of the article talks about how Soros' lacky wants to pursue a "new multilateral national security,". This is very interesting to me for one reason. Last year I read a book called "Do as I say (Not as I do)" and the author spoke about how a multilateral blah blah blah was better for Soros' type of business than a unilateral one. I didn't understand what the Author meant then and I don't understand it now. Can anyone shed some light?
Watch as Kirk Cameron's partner in Theology tries to prove the existence of God by giving step-by-step instructions on how to deep throat a banana.
Tuesday, May 08, 2007
Before I lay me down to sleep,
I pray for a man, who's not a creep,
One who's handsome, smart and strong
One who loves to listen long,
One who thinks before he speaks,
One who'll call, not wait for weeks.
I pray he's gainfully employed,
When I spend his cash, won't be annoyed.
Pulls out my chair and opens my door,
Massages my back and begs to do more.
Oh! Send me a man who'll make love to my mind,
Knows what to answer to "how big is my behind?"
I pray that this man will love me to no end,
And always be my very best friend.
I pray for a deaf-mute nymphomaniac with huge boobs
Who owns a liquor store and a bass boat. This
Doesn't rhyme and I don't give a shit
Most importantly, this section of the article:
"In January 2006 a retailer alerted FBI officers about a customer who had been asked to copy a video onto a DVD. The footage depicted young men at a firing range who were shooting assault weapons while calling for "jihad" and shouting "Allah Akbar," or "God is Great" in Arabic, prosecutors said in a criminal complaint."
If the retailer decided to be PC, we may have 100s of dead soliders.
When you have limited resources, you have to pick and choose carefully. Profiling is fine with me. If I get pulled aside at an airport (which has happened more than once), I'm happy to go along.
Monday, May 07, 2007
UPDATE: I forgot about Conservative President Felipe Calderone of Mexico.
Friday, May 04, 2007
P.S. Fuck Chris Matthews and Fuck his stupid questions.
UPDATE: Another example of the differences between the Donkeys and Republicans. I don't know if any of you heard, but Foxnews was going to host the Dem debates. That is until the Dems boycotted. (A move, I think, the Dems used to pander to their constituents and to build on the myth that the media is a tool of the president. I don't think they did it because they thought they were going to get unfair treatment or because of the comment made about Obama.)
Over at MSNBC, y0u have Matthews and Olberman. The same Olberman who said "The leading terrorist group in this country is the Republican Party.” And there was no Republican boycott. Hear what snow had to say.
I love stealing from this page.
Thursday, May 03, 2007
I want to warn you though, it is pretty slow during the first 2 minutes, but in the end it is sorta graphic.
After you are done with that one, you might want to check out some Red on Red.
Al Qaeda vs. Iraqi Militia