Saturday, March 31, 2007

Fuck The Troops

Apparently that's what the American people said when they voted Democrats back into power last year. These bills that recently past through Congress are just more proof that the government is playing a game of chess with our military. "Support the pullout or the troops won't get funded". Way to flex that newly won power. Then they go on the talk circuit and try to tell us that it's Bush's doing if the troops don't get funded because he's the one who will have vetoed the bills. These assholes in Congress KNEW that he would veto a withdraw bill so they tacked in onto the funding. That way they can continue to give handjobs to their hardcore base and still look like they support the troops. Sicking. Everyone one of these dicks that voted for these bills should be taken out and shot. They've bitch and moan that the troops aren't getting the things they need, so when they finally come into power and are able to fix it what do they do? Flip them off and tell them Fuck You. I feel sorry for anyone who voted for these bastards.

Damn You Global Warming

If you've been paying attention to the news you know it's been a bad week for weather in fly over country. If you live here, then you KNOW it's been a bad weather week. Almost 70 tornadoes, but very few deaths. You know when you have that many tornadoes this early in the season it's going to be a hellish April and May. We, in Oklahoma, had our first death due to a tornado since 2001 on Wednesday. It's been a relatively quite few years. It was nice. But I think it's time to make up for that. I hate weather.
Thursday, March 29, 2007

Why The Scottish Military Is Pretty Damn Good As Well

Usually this is called Why The U.S. Military Is The Best In The World, but these weapons aren't from the U.S. military. They're from Scotland. The Thor – Multi-Mission Air Defense and one of the missiles it fires, the Starstreak. These were on Futureweapons on Discover. So you might want to check their site to see if they have any of the video up for viewing.

Maybe, Maybe Not

Not sure if I'll keep this look or not. I wanted to try something different, but I didn't want to do another boring basic template.
Wednesday, March 28, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Post Was Suggested By Kathi

Billy Hodges
Billy Hodges, kneeling center.

Billy Hodges, who served in the U.S. Army and Texas National Guard between 1971-1979, is not only being profiled for his service, but also for what he's done since then. Mr. Hodges runs an organization based in El Campo, Tx called Hunts For Heroes. They also have chapter in South Carolina , Arkansas , Mississippi , and California and what they do is take soldiers who've been wounded in battle on hunting and fishing trips and other outdoor related activities. All free of charge.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Olbermann Is A True Democrat

AKA, a jackass. Not sure how he managed it, but on his show tonight he was talking about Tony Snow's cancer coming back and he somehow turned in into another one of his Bush rants. Only a true hate-filled ass could do it, and Olbermann is that hate-filled ass.

What really scares me about Olbermann is that his ratings have been going up over the past year. From around 200,000 or less to now being somewhere around 5-700,000. Can't remember right off the top of my head. It scares me that so many people like to listen to his hate speech night after night. If anyone has any doubts that the Democratic party is being overtaken by the extreme far Left, Countdown With Keith Olbermann's ratings are the proof. Along with The Daily Show.

It's Official

Rosie O'Donnell is a fucking retard.

I agree with Kevin Godlington that Rosie should be boiled in a vat of her own urine. If you watch Red Eye then you get that. If not, too bad.

Very Interesting

This Was Brought To My Attention By John

Here's an article from Townhall that talks about myths as to why the Muslim world hates America. Not a very long piece, but still worth a read.
Monday, March 26, 2007

But Will They Ship His Ass Back?

Guards at a Canadian power plant had to risk their lives to save an man who was trying to cross illegally into the U.S.
Friday, March 23, 2007

Random Thoughts XVIII: I'm Legal Baby

Happiness is a full stomach and an empty colon

Rock and Roll ain't noise pollution
Rock and Roll ain't gonna die
Rock and Roll ain't no pollution
Rock and Roll is just Rock and Roll

Today is February 24, 2007

Why am I the only one who knows how to properly load the dishwasher?

I hate fake Myspace profiles

Why do some women have extremely hairy forearms? That's weird

Are women really smarter than men? I don't think so. They do the same stupid things we do, except they:
A) Won't admit it
B) Don't tape themselves doing it

After a year of growing, I cut my hair yesterday. I finally had to admit to myself that it wasn't working. I'm sad

It should be illegal to be as hot as Halle Berry

If there's one thing I've learned in life, it's this. Don't mess with a Wookie

Call 1-800-Steamer. Stanley Steamer Makes Carpets Cleaner

I want to ride in a convertible just one time before I die

Why are some people so offended by peeing in the shower? What's the big deal. It's running water that's going down the drain. Let 'er rip.

Damn monkey stole my phone

Why do keep forgetting to put deodorant on after a shower? Believe me, I can't afford to do that

I'm starting to reach an age where I need a nap during the day

Along those same lines. I remember when I was actually able to stay up all night. I even looked forward to it. Now? I'm lucky if I can make 2am

Showering everyday? Sounds like Liberal propaganda to me

Why do kids look so dopey in glasses?

Hizzy Hell Yeah!!!

Water always tastes better after a mint or brushing your teeth

Why do so many Conservatives like Law & Order: SVU? The show doesn't like us, yet we keep going back week after week for more.

Don't you hate it when you you're thinking about doing something, you space out for just a single second, and forget what you going to do?

I've had the same wallet for almost 10 years now and it still smells brand new

Why do I sometimes spell "and" as "adn" or "the" as "teh" when I type?

We're so pretty
Oh so pretty, we're vacant

I love listening to sports fans who think they know more than the players, coaches or officials

Is a car battery REALLY more powerful than the 9V in my smoke detector? I think not

If you're going to get a tattoo of Chinese script, make sure you speak that dialect.
"Thank you. It means Peace and Respect."
"Oh, so sorry please, but it means 'Man With IQ Of 30.'"

Why do people who were born in the U.S., who speak perfect English, suddenly get all ethnic when saying a name from a different race? Spanish is the worse. You get a newscaster reporting on the fire at Juan Diego Pablo's House Of Tacos and all of a sudden he's from Villa Juarez even though he was born in Bolder, Colorado.

I'm a good cook, but get me near that oven to bake something and I'm lost

It's March 5, 2007

The man who invented the chili cheese fry should have his birthday celebrated

I thought they stopped making Pudding Pops
Thursday, March 22, 2007

Hillary Is Now An Injun

Hillary is proud of her new name, Walking Eagle.

After addressing a major gathering of the American Indian Nation, and making many promises, Hillary Clinton was presented with a plaque inscribed with her new Indian name. The name was: Walking Eagle. The senator promised to display the plaque in her office and left the reservation proudly holding the plaque.

At her office she asked one of the office cleaning staff to hang up the plaque for her. Knowing that the young man hanging the plaque was an Indian, she asked him to explain the meaning of the "Walking Eagle." The young Indian promptly responded that Walking Eagle is the name given by Indians to a bird so full of shit it can no longer fly.

Aww, Poor Bill & Hill

You know, I bet's it's the Vast Right-Wing Conspiracy and Fox News that's behind it all. Damn you, Chris Wallace.

Wise Sage Of The Day

"Those who don't read the news are uninformed! Those who do read the news are misinformed"
Mark Twain
al-Qaeda in Iraq are using children to carry out the homicide bombings. You know, I wish I could say I was shocked and surprised, but I'm not.

Radical Liberals burning a U.S. flag and a U.S. soldier in effigy.
Wednesday, March 21, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By Jenn

Capt. Alan B. Rowe
Capt. Alan B. Rowe
35 years old from Hagerman, Idaho
1st Battalion, 7th Marine Regiment, 1st Marine Division, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Marine Corps Air Ground Combat Center
September 3, 2004

The Perfect Marine. That's how many describe Capt. Alan B. Rowe. Respected and dedicated to the Corps and still able to be a husband and father.

Rowe, who was on his fourth deployment since joining the Corps in 1985, died with two other Marines, Lance Cpl. Nicholas Wilt, 23, of Tampa, Florida, and 1st Lt. Ronald Winchester, 25, of Rockville Center, N.Y., when a remote-controlled explosive device detonated as they returned to their vehicle after inspecting a bridge in Anbar province, near the Syrian border.

"He was a quiet, humble person and extremely polite," his widow, Dawn, recalled from their early days of dating. "He was a traditional type of gentleman. My mom was surprised to meet such a ... perfect-picture Marine." "He did a great job balancing a pretty intense Marine Corps career with also being a great husband and father. He worked extremely hard to balance it." "He was so dedicated to the Marine Corps. He was really driven and believed in what he did. He was a Marine’s Marine. Tall, blond and fit. Kind of the mental image you think of when you think of the Marine Corps."

A week after his death, Capt. Rowe was posthumously promoted to major. He leaves behind his wife and two children.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Blast From The Past

I was looking through some of my past artwork and I just love this picture of Hildebeest.

At It Again

This Was Brought To My Attention By John

Those crazy Muslims are doing it again. This time they've put a bounty of $11,000 on the head, literally, of author Taslima Nasreen.
Saw This Evil Woman's Head Off


You know, I smell a new game show in the making for the Muslim world. Who Wants To Behead An Infidel. Your host, Antar al-Shahar, will offer the contestants a reward for every man, woman and child they chop the head off who dares speak ill of Islam. No more goat herding for Muntasir. He's rich.
Monday, March 19, 2007

Al Gore: Pollution Profiteer?

It just seems to get worse and worse for The Great Green Savior. It's now being reported that Al Gore has profited from a Zinc mining operation as recently as 2003. Now, I'm not sure if the mine itself has caused any pollution, even the article says there's no evidence of it, and I'm not a mining expert, but don't they have to use smoke billowing machines like bulldozers, cranes and dump trucks in an operation like this? That's a lot of pollution. More than my 2005 Dodge Neon can make.

The article seems to go out of it's way to stress that the pollutants the mine has released into the atmosphere has been very small. I guess that's okay. Better a small amount of death material than a large one, eh Albert.

Four Years Later

Four years ago today, George W. Bush decided he would go on a little Iraqi adventure. He lied and schemed his way into making the American people believe that Saddam was a horrible man who had WMD's and had helped plan the 9/11 attacks. Four years later, Saddam is dead and Iraq is in a civil war. This war can not be won and we should pull all American troops out today.

Okay, that should satisfy the Left-wing. Now on to some rational thinking. Today marks the fourth year since American troops invaded Iraq and removed a mass murdered from power. While it hasn't gone the way the administration would have liked, it was still the right decision. I commend the men and woman who are putting their butts on the line in this War On Terror, not just in Iraq, and wish them all a speedy, safe return home. And it saddens me that so many people in this country have no faith in the ability of our troops. While some who read this blog don't agree, the American military is the best in the world and I happen to believe that they can win this war.

Who's Right?

On Drudge today, there are two polls up about how Iraqis feel things are going in their country. According to this poll on USA Today, things are bleak and hope is lost. But according to this poll from The Times in London, which is actually mentioned, if only briefly, in the USA Today piece, life is starting to get a little better and a slight majority feel that military operations will ultimately win. And only 27% feel that this is a civil war. I guess those Iraqis don't read the NY Times or get CNN.
Sunday, March 18, 2007


A few days ago, I posted about those poor Imams where were ejected from an airline and are now suing the airline and the "Joh Doe's". I may have been a little hasty when I said
Did they over react? Maybe,...
Read this. What, what's that smell? Smells like set up to me.
Saturday, March 17, 2007

Indian Chris Suspects Ray Nagin Is A Softbrain

New Orleans Mayor Nagin believes that there's a plot to keep Blacks from moving back into the city. Looks like "someone" doesn't want New Orleans to be a Chocolate City.
Friday, March 16, 2007

Q & A Time

Q: Who leaked Valerie Wilson's name to Robert Novak?
A: Richard Armitage

Q: Why, then, are Democrats going after Rove, Cheney and Libby?
A: Armitage is a opponent of the War On Terror and isn't a fan of the Bush administration. Therefore he gets a pass.
Thursday, March 15, 2007

Don't Do Your Civil Duty

This Was Brought To My Attention By John

My fellow Americans, and anyone else who's reading this. The next time you see something you feel is a little wonky, you need to just turn around and walk away. Unless you want to get sued that is. This couple saw something they thought was suspicious, and did what they felt was right. Did they over react? Maybe, but to be sued for it is just as much of an over reaction. People are just too damn bitchy anymore. Grow a set and get over it.

Actually, this couple should be grateful. At least they're not being beheaded for their insult to Islam. But I wouldn't be surprised if they're not threated, or worse, somewhere down the line.
Two men and one woman were stoned and shot in Pakistan for the crime of adultery. But Muslims are still peaceful, understanding people we shouldn't fear. So long as you don't sleep around, draw their God, drink alcohol, make fun of them, support Israel or America or say anything negative about Islam or Mohamed. Remember those rules and you'll be fine.
Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Wednesday Hero

Almost a month ago, the Wednesday Hero Blogroll received an email from a reader named Mike Gardner that contained something he had written in honor of this country's heroes. He asked that it be considered for a future post. It took almost a month, but here is his tribute.

At The Right Time, We Remember

The honor roll goes back farther than we can remember, it contains names we will never know...

I wasn't there when the American Colonial Army stood winter guard in the snows of Valley Forge wearing bloody rags for boots as they fought for my freedom.

I wasn't there in the war of 1812.

I wasn't in the trenches when the German's seared the lungs of young American men with mustard gas as they fought for my freedom in World War One.

I wasn't at Pearl Harbor when a single Japanese bomb detonated a million pounds of black powder on the Arizona and instantaneously killed over one thousand American sailors preparing to defend my freedom against the Japanese and the Nazis.

I didn't see the bullet riddled bodies of the Americans who died defending my freedom in Korea.

I only vaguely remember the nightly news clips of American soldiers as they carried out our government's orders in the jungles and swamps and tunnels of Vietnam.

I have never been with a family who lost a son or a daughter defending Kuwait, Afghanistan, or Iraq.

I wasn't there with any of them when they suffered as prisoners of war in any of these wars.

I have never been with a family whose child died in a peace time military training exercise.

Not every one of our veterans saw combat. Some were clerks, cooks, mechanics, machinists. Some served during war time, some served during peace time, some serve in peace today, ready for battle tomorrow. Today they prepare for the ongoing war against terrorists. Some gave their lives, some suffered wounds, some saw things that no human should ever have to see, and many did things that no human should ever have to do. And all gave their daily life, for a period of time, while many more gave their time to work in the industries that sustained our veterans.

Not all of those who have protected my freedom were even in the military. Some of them were the firemen, policemen, and paramedics who risked their lives each day, rushing in where most of us would never tread. Some are the doctors and nurses who treat the wounded, and go home and cry for them. Some of them were "just" passengers on commercial airline flights who, with faith in Christ, calmly chose to fight, and die if necessary, rather than let Flight 93 be used as a weapon against their country and their fellow citizens.

When I tried to join the US Air Force, my application was turned down for medical reasons.

Because others were, and will be there, I am privileged to continue to live in the greatest nation the world has ever known and to enjoy the greatest freedoms that any people have ever known.

The honor roll stretches forward to times, and places, and names we will never know...

And so I thank you, veteran, whoever you are, and wherever you are, whenever your service.

Thank you Vet. Thanks Dad. Today, I remember WHY I am free, and I thank you.

I know that when you were asked, at the right time, like Christ, you gave your life for me.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Monday, March 12, 2007

The Dark Side Of Global Warming

Scientists in Canada who disagree with The Church Of Al Gore on the cause of global warming have had their funding removed, their work ridiculed and now are receiving death threats.

Look, if you want to believe that man is killing this planet with our SUV's and factories, cool. But the second you threaten someone's life because they disagree with you, your argument is tossed out the window.
Sunday, March 11, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

"This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness."
Dalai Lama
First it was Madonna comparing herself to Ghandi and now it's Hilary comparing herself to JFK. Boy, talk about delusions of grandeur.

Oh, and by the way Hill, I'm not sure who you're talking to, but a majority of Americans say they would vote for a woman for president. Just not you.
Saturday, March 10, 2007


I was supposed to go and get me a new grill this week and cook me up a mess of ribs because the weather was supposed to be nice and sunny all week with it being 80 on Wednesday. And now? Rain half the week. I hate Oklahoma weather.
Friday, March 9, 2007

Democrats Throw A Hissy Fit

The Nevada State Democratic Party and John Edwards are pulling out of an August debate in Reno because it's being co-hosted by Fox News. This is too beautiful. Maybe FNC has found a way to finally rid this country of Democrats in power. Just sponsor all their debates.

Can you imagine if Republicans were to drop out of debates because their were hosted by Liberal news organizations? We'd have no place to go BUT FNC.
No booing, face painting, noise makers or signs? I'm not a sports fan myself, but as boring as things like basketball and football already are I can't imagine going to a game where everyone looks like zombies only cheering when their team scores. Can you imagine a baseball game where you couldn't cuss out the umpire? Nut up and shut up.
Thursday, March 8, 2007

And The Darwin Award Goes To

I haven't given this award away for a while, but these two morons really deserve it. Jared W. Anderson was sent to the hospital with second degree burns on his hands and genitals after his buddy, Randell D. Peterson, doused his jewels with lighter fluid and lit them after watching the movie Jackass. Not surprisingly, alcohol was involved.

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire. Man, what's that smell? Oh, that's just Jared and Randell making hotdogs.

Here's what disturbs me about this. While a 20-year-old man is still somewhat immature and stupid, a 43-year-old should be old enough to know that this was a dumb idea.

Wise Sage Of The Day

"Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or the present are certain to miss the future."
John F. Kennedy
Wednesday, March 7, 2007

Wednesday Hero

This Weeks Soldier Was Suggested By SJ Reidhead

Cpl. Jennifer Parcell
Cpl. Jennifer Parcell
20 years old from Bel Air, Maryland
Combat Logistics Regiment 3, 3rd Marine Logistics Group, III Marine Expeditionary Force
February 7, 2007

Cpl. Jennifer Parcell was petite, but one learned quickly that underestimating her was foolish.

"She was an absolute firecracker," Master Sgt. Jerry Widner said. "Just a go-getting machine."

Her relentless can-do attitude led her to volunteer for Iraq. And then to volunteer for the Lioness Program, which provides female Marines for searches of Iraqi women to respect Muslim cultural mores.

Parcell was killed Feb. 7 in Anbar province when a woman she was searching blew herself up with a suicide vest. Parcell had started doing the searches a week before and was three weeks from going home.

You can read the rest of Cpl. Jennifer Parcell's story here.

These brave men and women sacrifice so much in their lives so that others may enjoy the freedoms we get to enjoy everyday. For that, I am proud to call them Hero.
We Should Not Only Mourn These Men And Women Who Died, We Should Also Thank God That Such People Lived

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Tuesday, March 6, 2007

Happy Birthday

David Gilmour

Remember when you were young, you shone like the sun.
Shine on you crazy diamond.
Now there's a look in your eyes, like black holes in the sky.
Shine on you crazy diamond.


Lewis Libby lied under oath is now facing 30 years in prison. God, I'd hate to see how many years the President of The United States would get were he to lie under oath. Oh, yeah.
Sunday, March 4, 2007

Now That's Scary

This Was Brought To My Attention By John K

Want to see something very disturbing? Check this site out. The first page you see shows you the terror threats for just the past 10 days alone. Some were false alarms and hoaxes, but many were real attacks around the world. To see something even worse, check out the past 12 months. Being a dial-up dinosaur, I had to stop the page because it was taking too long to load. And to think, some people still think global warming is a bigger threat.
Saturday, March 3, 2007

Wise Sage Of The Day

"To accomplish great things, we must not only act but also dream, not only plan but also believe."
Anatole France
Friday, March 2, 2007

Too Good To Pass Up

Have a look at this picture. It's one of my local news stations. Look at the highlighted parts.
Thursday, March 1, 2007

What's Wrong With McCain?

So, I'm home, trying to get over a nasty cold, at least I hope it's only a cold, flipping through the dials and I run across story after story about how Rudy has taken a pretty big lead over McCain recently. All these pundits were trying to figure out why this is happening. It was also funny listening to them try an figure out why Giuliani is so popular with so many Conservatives, but that's a different post. The most popular theory was that McCain sides with Democrats too much. That may be part of the reason, but not the main one. Then I happened on either CNN or MSNBC and one pundit got it right. Look how he, McCain, announced his candidacy. On David Letterman's show. Letterman? He's nothing more than a professional looking Jon Stewart. That's why I feel so many Conservatives don't like McCain. He's too buddy-buddy with a media that hates us. He's constantly kissing their ass to try and garner their approval. While licking Letterman's and his Liberal audience's boots he says lives are being wasted in Iraq, then he pulls a John Kerry and flip-flops that, then he refuses the invitation to the CPAC.

And from what I've seen of Rudy Giuliani, and I may be wrong about this, but tries to come across as "This is me. Accept me or don't accept me".
As we all know, in 50 years the world will end. Maybe. But it doesn't have to happen. Former Canadian defense minister, Paul Hellyer, has the answer to the crisis du jour. The alien technology that the world governments are keeping secret.
I would like to see what (alien) technology there might be that could eliminate the burning of fossil fuels within a generation ... that could be a way to save our planet
And I thought Al Gore was the nut.

Wednesday Hero Post

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58 years old from Worcester, Mass
Naval Reserve Chaplain Corps, USS Franklin
May 14, 1905 - March 18, 1964
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From Cpt. O'Callahan's Medal Of Honor citation:

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