Saturday, July 11, 2009

A new blog

Here's another blog that shows a lot of promise. The title of his blog might tell you what he's all about: "Sick of the Status Quo."
He's just starting out and could use some traffic, so stop by and visit him when you can..

Sounds about right

The latest telephone poll taken by the California Governor's office asked whether people think illegal immigration is a serious problem:
29% of respondents answered: "Yes, it is a serious problem."
71% of respondents answered: "No es una problema seriosa."

Friday, July 10, 2009

Thank you for saving us, O Great Obamessiah

World has avoided economic disaster, Obama says

By CHARLES BABINGTON, Associated Press Writer Charles Babington, Associated Press Writer
L'AQUILA, Italy – Lasting worldwide recovery "is still a ways off," President Barack Obama declared Friday, but he also said at the conclusion of a global summit that a disastrous economic collapse apparently has been averted.
Obama said world leaders had taken significant measures to address economic, environmental and global security issues.
"Reckless actions by a few have fueled a recession that spans the globe," Obama said of the meltdown that began in the United States with a tumble in housing prices and drastic slowing of business lending. The downturn now threatens superpowers and emerging nations alike.
Obama urged national leaders to unite behind a global recovery plan that includes stricter financial regulation and sustained stimulus spending.

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

-Tattoo Jim

Dream on, Jim

Here's a bumper sticker I'd like to see...
-Tattoo Jim

Welcome to Wallyworld


Cisco's new tattoo

Check 'em before you post 'em

Thursday, July 09, 2009

From Curtis Lowe

This is from Curtis Lowe's Blog... we have a president??? Sounds more like we've got a little dictator in office people!! Jump over and read Curtis' blog... it just might put the fear of God into some of you!!!

The U.S. Constitution – Void Where Prohibited
July 6, 2009 by curtislowe
From ABC News:

US-Russian Arms Negotiators “Under the Gun,” Might Temporarily Bypass Senate Ratification for Treaty

With the clock running out on a new US-Russian arms treaty before the previous Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, or START, expires on December 5, a senior White House official said Sunday said that the difficulty of the task might mean temporarily bypassing the Senate’s constitutional role in ratifying treaties by enforcing certain aspects of a new deal on an executive levels and a “provisional basis” until the Senate ratifies the treaty.
“Until the Senate ratifies the treaty.” What if they don’t ratify it? Do we just ignore them? Or do we rescind the treaty? Or does it even matter any more?
“Bypassing the Senate’s constitutional role.” Did you read that? They aren’t even scared or embarrassed to say it right out loud now.
At least for the first six months of his presidency reign, Obama just ignored the whole “constitutionality” thing – like you ignore your ugly cousin at reunions – you just pretend it’s not even there. But now, he is actually admitting that HE KNOWS what he is proposing is unconstitutional, but he just doesn’t give a shit.
He is out and out telling the U.S. populace that he is knowingly and willingly going to violate the tenets of the very constitution that he swore an oath to uphold…
There is a word for that.

Curtis is right!! There are several words for that!!! And none of them are good words either!! He's not just out to do away with the 2nd amendment, he's doing away with the whole constitution!! His idea of presidential power's is "a wee bit over the line" don't you think???
Tattoo Jim

Wednesday, July 08, 2009

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Lula from just sent in this link for us.

You have got to check this out! A site dedicated to all things bacon. It even has bacon downloads for you desktop, you can see my new one below.
Damn, I'm all excited!
Thanks, Lula!!!!!

My new desktop background

Downloaded from a link at:

Question of the Day

Will the Dollar fall or not?
The moral is BE A TIGHT ASS!

You said it, Gonzo!



Gotta love those bacon tuxedos... which one is you Ken???
-Tattoo Jim

Honor & Remember

Mission: To create, establish and promote a nationally recognized flag that would fly continuously as a visible reminder to all Americans of the lives lost in defense of our national freedoms. All Military lives lost not only in action but also in service, from our nation's inception.

Rationale: In our over 200 year history there has never been an official national symbol that recognizes in gratitude and respect the ultimate sacrifice made by members of the United States military in service to our nation. The Honor and Remember Flag was created for that purpose.

To visit their website and learn more about this organization go to:

Thanks to Tattoo Jim for sending me the information to pass along to you folks.

Tuesday, July 07, 2009

My sentiments exactly

I didn't do it. Honest.

Federal Web sites knocked out by cyber attack

WASHINGTON – A widespread and unusually resilient computer attack that began July 4 knocked out the Web sites of several government agencies, including some that are responsible for fighting cyber crime, The Associated Press has learned.
The Treasury Department, Secret Service, Federal Trade Commission and Transportation Department Web sites were all down at varying points over the holiday weekend and into this week, according to officials inside and outside the government. Some of the sites were still experiencing problems Tuesday evening. Cyber attacks on South Korea government and private sites also may be linked, officials there said.

Gotta get one

I have noticed that I'm seeing a lot less of those "Hope & Change" bumper stickers lately.
Maybe the sheeple are starting to realize they fucked up.

Hey, Al was pretty smart, huh?


From the NRA

Earlier today, the Senate Public Safety Committee passed Assembly Bill 962. The bill now moves to the Senate Appropriations Committee for consideration. No hearing date has been scheduled.
AB962, sponsored by Assembly Member Kevin De Leon (D-45), would make it a crime to privately transfer more than 50 rounds of ammunition per month, even between family and friends, unless you are registered as a “handgun ammunition vendor” in the Department of Justice’s database. Ammunition retailers would have to be licensed and store ammunition in such a manner that it would be inaccessible to purchasers. The bill would also require purchasers submit to fingerprinting, which would be kept in dealers' records and subject to inspection by the Department of Justice. Lastly, mail order ammunition sales would be prohibited.

A thought

One thing I did realize about turning 50 is this:
It's a milestone in my life. When I was 49 (yesterday) folks would say "Well, he's still got time to change. He'll turn it around someday."
Now they say "He's never gonna change. Fuck that asshole."

Hey folks, thanks for all the well wishes. I appreciate it!

A sign of things to come

Well, my day didn't turn out anything like I planned.
I got up this morning nice and early and headed up towards the Walker on the other side of Sonora Pass. I was having a hard time shaking the cobwebs out of my head but figured some nice cool mountain air and a gallon of my lifesaving asskicking wonderful coffee would take care of that. Wrong, wrong, wrong.
At the 5000 foot level I was having a hard time staying awake, so I pulled off onto a logging road, found a small clearing and slept for an hour. I drove on for a bit and started nodding again! Fuck this. I hit the North Fork of the Stanislaus, washed my face and commenced to try to fly fish.
Now you gotta understand that I'm new to this fly fishing shit, so basically what happened was I thrashed the hell out of the water, scared the holy living crap out of every living creature in and around the water and moved on a little further upstream to do the same thing.
This went on for a couple of hours until I was thoroughly satisfied that nobody would every catch anything there ever again, then I went back to my truck and got my 41 magnum out and did some stump busting.
I thought about heading over the Pass and on to Reno (fuck that fly fishing shit) and Virginia City for some partying but started thinking "Why?".
I mean, why in the hell should I waste the gas and time to do something I could do in the comfort of my own home? And it would be a lot cheaper plus I wouldn't have a 4 hour drive home all hungover and feeling pukey.
Some I came home and took a nap. What the fuck, I AM old. And evidently, boring.
I had only been asleep for about 10 minutes when Dad called.
"Whatcha doin' Boy?"
"Taking a fucking nap," I mumbled.
"Well, when you get done with your nap, get your ass over here and carry me down to the Ford dealership so I can pick up my new truck."
The world hates me. "Okay, I'll be there in a minute."
"No, no, finish your nap" he says.
"You finished it for me when you woke me up," I said. "And why in the hell did you buy a new truck anyways? You'll be dead before you pay it off."
"Fuck you" he says and hangs up.
So I drag my ass out the door and take him to get his truck. Nice, I gotta admit. And it'll be mine in a few years.
I came home and tried to lay down again. The phone rings. I forgot to turn it off. It's one of my aunts calling to wish me a happy birthday. The world hates me.
I say "fuck the nap" and go to the store to buy the fixin's for a nice steak dinner. Get home and realized I forgot the charcoal. The world hates me.
I go back to the store for the charcoal and when I get home there's a citation from the city on my door for watering my weeds too early in the day.
The world hates me.

Monday, July 06, 2009

Happy Birthday to me, Happy Birthday to me. Fuck, I'm old.

I'm celebrating my 50th birthday tomorrow. Blowing town, going to flyfish the Walker in the morning and then headed to Virginia City, Reno and God knows where else for some serious partying. Pray for me. I'm gonna need it.
More tomorrow night, maybe the next day,

Fan mail

Just wanted to say thank you for keeping a Nor-Cal perspective in these fucked up times . Being a born and raised Modesto refugee , it's good to see some people are the same up north. When I moved to L.A. 16 years ago I didn't really understand what a normal (Okie) upbringing would be like around all these spoiled , twisted Angelenos. At least I can log on to your site and feel like I'm back home from time to time. Keep up the good work and don't take shit from anyone.
A fan from L.A. ,
L.C. Lee

Hog Whitman, are ye out there???

Hit me up at and let me know how I can contribute to your new blog. I can't figure it out as fucked up as I am.

Can I get an Amen, People?

Almost too pretty to shoot. Almost.

An albino moose. How cool is that?

'nuff said

Oooh, can I pet it?


Say it Ken...
-Tattoo Jim
My pleasure, TJ. My pleasure.

Don't ask if you don't wanna know


Thank God for air conditioning

Thanks to Dan!

Sausage. Mmmmm, sausage......

-Thanks, Lori

Hey, ya gotta go......

Thanks Yolo!
I'm wondering if the cop is showing contempt or satisfying a fetish?

What, no bacon on that pizza?

Gotta be California (again)

Sunday, July 05, 2009

True, true

"They that can give up essential liberty to purchase a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety."
Benjamin Franklin, Historical Review of Pennsylvania, 1759

And how was YOUR 4th?