Friday, November 26, 2010

happy thanksgiving to my favorite turkey!

Actually she's not obtuse or dense, she just willfully refuses to concede that you have a valid point. She is just like the former majority in congress, willing to find common ground with you, as long as the common ground is that you agree with her.

There is no honesty in any anti gun person. They want what they want, and they have no compunction about lying, cheating, stealing or even killing to silence any dissenting voices....

It's not even that they want to save us from ourselves, they just want to make sure they disarm us, because they know full well what they intend to do to us would give us a clear case of self defense in any court in the land.

Except New Jersey of course...

Sunday, November 21, 2010

we need real leadership

not this America-hating loser who offers the world tyrants a bow and a knobber.

I want my country back, and I want those true enemies of America six feet under molten lava.

No Jeff!

My friend from over in Seattle has voiced the opinion that retiring politicians, and ALL active Democrats, should be ground up, to feed the welfare class they created.

Immediately I pointed our the flaw of this idea.

We can't stomach them as political figures, we certainly couldn't stomach them as food.

Friday, November 19, 2010

could someone explain this to me please!

Why do people of German and Russian extraction have this incredible hard-on for the state of Montana?

Explanations anyone?

TSA Sux!

Even the Israelis think that this new bit is unforgivably STUPID!

he made my point

Spay or Neuter your politician at the earliest opportunity.

I want to see his birth certificate, where on Earth does silencing dissent and shutting up people you disagree with make people have faith in your actions.

Since he has this belief that that is a way to make people have faith in government, believe in the rightness of government, I'll be shutting him down next election. I got some photoshopped media of him in the monkey house of London Zoo. According to the -non Fox and MSNBC- media, cheating is acceptable to keep the wrong sort of people out of politics.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Interview with President John B!

Reporter: President B! What is your stance on abortion?

Me: I'm against it, it is kinda repugnant as a solution for a problem.
I mean, A woman knows she's liable to get pregnant if she gets into that situation. Somewhere along the Amazon River there's some tribes that start putting medicine in the kids food as soon as they get up around that age, they can fool around all they want, nobody gets pregnant until the kids are married off and ready to start a family.

We got the morning after pill for rape, and there are effective techniques for birth control.

Murder because someone's too lazy, is offensive to me ethically, and it offends my sense of aesthetics.

I knew what a condom was for in late high school, and college, the years after. I had unprotected sex with women, who swore they were unable to become pregnant. With one who swore if I made her pregnant, she'd make me rich. Toward the end of that one, I was ready to say, "Not tonight, I have a headache!" Can you imagine daily sex, on demand, over a time period of six months? She later married a Ob/GYN who through manipulation of her fertility with birth control pills, managed to get her impregnated and carry to term 4 times. As the Doc involved is a she, I reckon that there was a contractor or two involved there. I feel a little gypped there, as I actually suggested the technique, inspired by the lamentations of some of my fellow pizza drivers on failed birth control.

That is my history regarding the abortion issue.

And the more I think about things, I think that politicians should all be 'FIXED'. Unable to reproduce! The world would be a better place.

Sunday, November 14, 2010



I never understood how an insulting strip search by McDonalds rejects was a reasoned response to Muslim Arabs declaring jihad upon us.

In college, I wrote and directed a stage play called GUN CONTROL. Basically it was a line of people holding wooden guns, a politician would walk up to a person, and tell them due to the gun related death of the previous person, they no longer had the right to have a gun, a policeman behind the politician would take the gun, and the stereotypical burglar in striped shirt, porkpie hat, and cat mask would walk up and shoot the disarmed subject.

rinse and repeat.

The play ran for two days before the college administration shut it down, claiming it as too violent. Other plays in the series had luridly depicted rapes and murders. The instructor gave me an A+ because the play was shut down. He was not a fan of the Second Amendment, he was a huge fan of inflammatory. My play by being shut down, became a box office success.

More so, video of the play circulated the campus and outlying areas for months afterward. The video was even co-opted for a student protest of administrative interference in student affairs. "1984 in more than year" ran the headline in the underground paper.

I guess I've always been a right wing agitator!

Hey Barry! you da man!
And I'm sticking it to ya!

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Learning to let go.

This is November. National Novel Writers Month. I didn't even pretend to write a novel this time. I usually can grind our 1500 to 2000 words a day for the first five days or so. Then I fall to reality, the dog needs played with, the net needs surfed. There's housework I've neglected for eleven months that can't wait another damn minute. Anything but sit down to that accursed word processor and kick out a measly five and a half words a minute for roughly six hours a day, over the whole month. I have a half dozen stories screaming to be let loose. A scam artist, turned knight errant, rescuing a former maiden, pursuing a noble quest, but this can't be a swords and sorcery fantasy, for it takes place in the early 21st century! Hell I even have an idea to combine the stories. That would require me to sit still, putting words into computer memory, until I got a minimum of 50,000 words before November 30th.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

A few reflections on electricity

Anyone who knows me, locally, knows I'm trying to build a small cabin. On a trailer to start with, then I'll slide it off when I get to my land. Maybe build 2 or 3 more things on the trailer. To slide off when I get to the land. Main Cabin, Work Shop, Small Barn or bunkhouse.

The main thing is figuring out the electrical plans. I already decided not to have outlets at the 12 to 18" level above the floor. Almost 95% of my aggravations of current injuries, result from trying to plug in stuff to those close to the floor outlets. Outlets at the three to four foot above the floor. That's the way I'm going to go.

Also I'm going to use LED, or filament bulbs, rather than the CFLs. If you've ever taken a shock from a circuit with florescent lights within, you'll know why. If I ever felt it necessary to use torture to get answers, I'd use a power strip with 5 CFL fixtures plugged in, and a length of lamp cord to apply the 'persuasion'. I guarantee I'd get answers from the most stubborn Taliban Terrorist. Or maybe justice for all that tacky '24' Mom made me watch.

Friday, November 5, 2010

breathlessly counting the days

Until I fetch my true love from a Seattle airport....

What is it about countdown timers?
and buttery popcorn, I just can't resist?

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

There's someone for everyone.

And thankfully there may be more than one someone...

I was convinced that my someone, my ultimate soulmate, had died of an accidental overdose. I was glumly certain that I might spend the rest of my life without connective, fulfilling, understanding, love.

I may have been wrong.

I'll know for sure December 10th,
as she will arrive in Seattle December 9th.

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

I might be a Republican

I certainly am NOT a Democrat.

Don't pigeonhole me as "Another God Damn Republican".
First off, referring to God when you despise the entire concept of God and Religion, Annoys me.
Secondly you have this image of a 'republican' in your mind,
That has nothing to do with who I am.
Indeed, if you saw my book recommendations, on, you'd think me a fluffy liberal of the tree-hugging, animal coddling variety.
I have personally helped the poor and downtrodden.
I have held a rape victim, until the police could get her to the hospital.
I have stopped two men from going at each other with knives.
I have even stopped someone from violently opposing an arrogant Democrat, stopped that person from their intention of bashing those arrogant, hateful thoughts on the sidewalk by the simple expedient of bashing that empty head open on said sidewalk.

You can't win an argument with a liberal, because they, like a willful child, mean to have what they want, no matter how much of your money they have to spend to do it. No matter how many of your children have to fight and die to achieve their perceived vision of utopia.

They really don't want to give every burnout on the street corner medical insurance. That could have been done with a deal with the insurance companies. Every one in the US, including illegals, could be insured for $431.00 each. Roughly 130 Billion. Cheaper. More Sensible. They didn't go that route. They wanted to seize control of the one sixth of our economy that the insurance industry represents. They want to hire more goons for the Internal Revenue Service. If their intentions are benign, why are they using the nation's most detested agency for enforcing their self serving mandate?

The quote from Daniel Webster in a previous post says it all.
They mean to govern.
They mean to be Masters.

We are Americans! We are not meant to be Governed, or Enslaved. Most of this we did to ourselves. We stood by while power-hungry demagogues carved themselves large slices off of our freedoms.

Tam over on her blog says it best. The constitution is not a document 'granting us rights'. Those rights are ours from God. The constitution is basically like a list of instructions limiting what government can and can not do to us.

Basically when someone sneers at the tea party. Or scoffs at people who protest the encroaching of our freedoms. I look at that person like one of Issac Asimov's Robots on the one planet looked at regular people, "You are NOT a HUMAN BEING!".

If you have a problem with my not handing you over all my guns, all the money I earned, and the virtue and destiny of me and mine....
You certainly aren't a Fellow American.
Ever FDR with his Fascist, Globalist leanings considered me a 'Fellow American'.
You in the party characterized by a jackass.
You don't even consider me as anything that matters.
It's okay for me to work myself to death in a job that strips my soul, and breaks my heart, as long as I remember to pay you 40% of my earnings for 'the privilege'.
It's okay for me to volunteer to fight on some foreign soil for your ambitions.
But when I think I can constitutionally carry a gun to keep what little you decide to leave me, I've crossed the line.

I don't know what the votes will reflect in 24 hours.
But as the 'Hope and Change' has gone from Bad to Worse, we need to see some light at the end of this tunnel.

A thought!

"There are men in all ages who mean to govern well,

but they mean to govern.
They promise to be good masters,
but they mean to be masters."
-- Daniel Webster

This guy's a Democrat!

But he gets it. Or at least appears to.

I hope he wins. But then it won't be the first time I got seduced by a Democrat that talked out both sides of his mouth. If I were a woman I'd have 20 bastards by now! Of course if I were a woman, I'd probably be smarter and more wary.

Monday, November 1, 2010

I was talking out of my ass

Watching an NCIS episode, I jotted down the things that the MTAC did, and the things that McGee did. I then pronounced that someone could duplicate these for use in the civilian sector for less than $5000.00.

Well if you wished, and didn't require a lot of large, flat-screen TVs, you could probably bring it in for $500.

Spybubble alone is a very scary program. If they show large amounts of sales, I may stop using phones of any kind altogether!

Phone WhoIs is another little gem..

Thank God for Unlimited Minutes

For just a little under or over $50.00 a month, I have a phone that I can call anywhere in the US, Canada, Caribbean Islands, and sometimes Mexico. If I had the stamina, and Unlimited Battery Power, I could speak 24/7 with any of these places for a whole month.

I only realize this, because I am now making 2 hour long calls to my long distance love. 2500 miles is a hell of a distance to keep the flame fanned.

But cheer up good readers. On the Ninth of next month, I pick up my dear one in Seattle.