Saturday, August 22, 2009

I'm plumb tuckered out

I spent the afternoon with my Brotherman Jerome at the State Fair in Sacramento today, meeting up with his wife later in the day.
Damn, we must've walked 5 miles, checked out some livestock (it's an Okie thing) and actually got to visit for more than 10 minutes without a boss coming up and telling us to go back to work.
And I got to see his lovely wife too, even got a nice hug from her.
I love them two to death.

Brotherman Jerome


Brotherman showing his approval at my "Fuck Obama" sticker.
No, he did NOT vote for him. Jerome's more conservative than I am.

Hmmm, she looks familiar.....


I know!!!!!
She's the babe that we hope she hits a bumpy road or railroad tracks!
Thanks, Jim. You're the man......

Yeah, Nancy. What he said.

Friday, August 21, 2009

Gotta get one



Thanks VC

Drunk chicks - Ya gotta love 'em







Have fun, Ibeam.


The Devil is among us


Yolo, why do you send me shit like this?

Draw the line, People


10 Principles of the Communist Manifesto

The 10 Principles of the Communist Manifesto and Current Events:
If you google of any of the principles, you’ll see examples that have come to pass. These are current examples as they have evolved over time into the modern Socialist movement. Hmmm… even the Soviets prefered the term Socialist over Communist.


1. Abolition of property in land and application of all rents of land to public purposes.
In California, hard line environmentalists in cooperation with leftist politicians are always taking land from private propery owners for some mouse or fish. Look at the “Obama Socialist Bill of 2009″ and Nancy Palosi’s little “porky” amendment.
The government can also take property from an individual and give it to a another individual or buisness that would make the government more in taxes, also known as eminent domain. Google Kelo v. City of New London.


2. A heavy progressive or graduated income tax.
The rich are the most heavily burdened of tax payers and according to the left minded media, the rich don’t pay enough.
“EW! The rich have to give there fair share.” Who pays your wages, DUMBASS!? Think about it… You’ll have no job if someone doesn’t give it to you, and if that someone is taxed into poverty, guess what stupid, you lose your job. When the government takes over all of the companies, I bet your thinking, you’ll have higher wages. I can see you graduated from a public school.


3. Abolition of all right of inheritance.
This is easy, the Death tax.


4. Confiscation of the property of all immigrants and rebels.
The united States doesn’t normally confiscate property from immigrants. As a matter of fact, the “Obama Socialist Bill of 2009″ gives illegal immigrants a check. This is one of those ajustments to get more votes to turn our government into a socialist country. Your tax dollars at work.
In recent years, many laws have been passed allowing many government agencies to confiscate property from citizens that are considered rebels. Agencies such as O.S.H.A., I.R.S., E.P.A., and the DEA are achieving much of this without due process. Want to be a rebel? Don’t pay your taxes. Of course, if you work for the government, you can get a pass. Practically a prerequisite in the Obama cabinet.


5. Centralisation of credit in the hands of the State, by means of a national bank with State capital and an exclusive monopoly.
Barney Frank, Nancy Pelosi, Chris Dodd and Barack Obama made banks and lending companies make mortgages for people who could not afford them, leading to the government covering these loans via the “mortgage bailout” bill. Anyone taking bailout money (including car manufacturers) is OWNED (told what they can and cannot do with their business) by the government. Government officials are to sit at board meeting of these companies. That’s damn close to ownership.


6. Centralisation of the means of communication and transport in the hands of the State.
Comunications on some radio bands will be regulated by the Fairness Doctrine. The doctrine says that each side of an argument must have equal time to make there points. There is nothing fair there. Liberals have CBS (Columbia Bullshit System), NBS, ABS and CNN (the Commie News Network).
The fairness is Fox and talk radio, but no… The liberals want to reinstate the “fairness doctrine” to silence talk radio, and you can bet Fox and right wing blogs ( or anyone with an opposing point of veiw to the left) will soon come under the fairness doctrine or something similar… and CBS, ABS, NBS and CNN are already fair so no action there (yeah, no BS here). Seems you can have freedom of speach only if you have been endoctrinated correctly or have been to a reeducation program.
Obama has suggested the government take over the oil industry and/or regulate their profits… if the government controls the oil and gas, they control your transportation. And lets not forget, everyone that drives has a license and registration, right?


7. Extension of factories and instruments of production owned by the State; the bringing into cultivation of waste-lands, and the improvement of the soil generally in accordance with a common plan.
A good socialist knows he can’t take the big corporations outright. The government uses regulations, caps and tax incentives in the “public intrest”, “fairness”, or to combat “man made” global warming, and/or to stop the exporting jobs to low-wage countries. A “bailout” is another good tool.


8. Equal liability of all to labor. Establishment of industrial armies, especially for agriculture.
Barack Obama favors mandatory national service. In a speach in Denver, July 2nd, 2008: “I will ask for your service and your active citizenship when I am President of the United States this will be the central cause of my presidency. We will ask Americans to serve. We will create new opportunities for Americans to serve. And we will direct that service to our most pressing national challenges.” – Barack Obama
His plan is purported to be voluntary, but nonparticipating schools could lose funding, and uncooperative individuals could be denied tax credits. Keep an eye open.


9. Combination of agriculture with manufacturing industries; gradual abolition of the distinction between town and country, by a more equal distribution of the population over the country.
We’re not yet living under this principle. Many large agriculture corporations have combined all levels of production from the farm to the consumer. The goal is to make it easier to gain control of all food production by reducing the number of family farms. Again, government regulations, caps, bailouts, ect. will give them the foothold.


10. Free education for all children in public schools. Abolition of children’s factory labor in its present form. Combination of education with industrial production.
The public school system with the teachers unions indoctrinate your childeren right under your very nose. You as a parent are not right. If you smoke or drink, your a drug abuser (I don’t advocate children to smoke, drink, or take drugs), neither which is against the law for an adult. They are taught to tattle on you.
They are taught Communist principles over the Constitution. Google ‘”public schools” indoctrination communism’. Global warming is used to deliver the Communist lessons. History is rewriten to make the United State a bad country to shape the Socialist mentality.
The teachers ask your children to show hands for either side of a political issue, brow beat the children on the “wrong” side of the issue, then tell them how bad there parents are for there teachings. And, if you don’t like the school system and want to home school, the government is trying to make that illegal.
So do we come close to the ten priciples? Did you google any of the terms? This was not started by the new administration, but each new administration continues and brings us closer to the Socialist, dare I say, Communist cause. Newsweek flaunts it, “We are all Socialists NOW!”.

“Peace is the absence of opposition to socialism” – Carl Marx

Yolo says she's a winner at this


Even under ideal conditions people have trouble locating their car keys in a pocket, finding their glasses, and Pinning the Tail on the Donkey -
but I'd bet my ass everyone can find and push the Snooze button from 3 feet away, in about 1.7 seconds, eyes closed, first time every time...

And yet another one....

I love her daily "Fuck You"
http://templeofjennifer.com/blog/ (Demure Thoughts)

Thursday, August 20, 2009

Oh, HELL YEAH!!!!!!

Check out this new blog.
Just got started but shows some serious promise for you warped motherfuckers.
http://iamdeeplyconcerned.wordpress.com/

Damn, I almost forgot.....

FUCK YOU OBAMA!!!!!!
Bite me, you Cocksucker.

I'd hate to see the groom.....


Mmmmmm..........


Hate tailgaters? Or cops?


Known as Crow's Feet, the one one the bottom is easy to make with some nails and a welder.
Bend the nails, cut the heads off and sharpen as shown then tack them together. If made right, they'll always land with one point up.
Don't take the same route home after dropping a handful in the road. It'll fuck up your day too.

Seriously. What the fuck?


Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....







Thanks, Christian. I love you, man.......

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Pork chop time!


Timmy was so ashamed of his parents....


Check out the guy on the left. Them folks are cousined up HARD!

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....


Flavored with bacon salt... hmmmm.... that's interesting.
-Tattoo Jim

Words to live by

So I say, “Live and let live.”
That’s my motto. “Live and let live.”
Anyone who can’t go along with that, take him outside and shoot the motherfucker.
It’s a simple philosophy, but it’s always worked in our family.

-Yolo

D-d-d-d-damn!!!!!!


Enjoy reading your blog... thought you might enjoy another "view" of the lovely young lady who's bar you could spend an entire paycheck on... me, too! Sure wish I knew where that bar is... Feel free to post the picture -- a buddy of mine sent it to me about two years ago, and he doesn't know any more about her than I do.
Dang...
Tom
Okay. If ANYBODY knows where this bar is, There's a Hundred cash Dollars in it for you.

Monday, August 17, 2009

Gotta get one


Now this is a BBQ guaranteed to get everyone's attention.
I think it should be towed with the barrel facing backwards ... then you wouldn't have to worry about anyone tailgating you.
I don't know for sure but my guess is the owner is from Texas!!!!!!
-Ibeam

Saturday again

If you'd like to see some ass-kicking pictures of where my Saturday was spent (see my post about it down below) go to Lula's blog at:
http://whatsinalulabelle.blogspot.com/
I got a kick out of where she says I'm a low key guy.........

Give 'em hell, Old Timer


And I thought it was just me


What a job, huh?


-Yolo

Dumbass.....


Get ready for the Terrible Twos


Well, today Knuckledraggin is one year old. One fucking year.......
I should probably say something astounding right now but I'm still on my first cup of coffee.
But I will say this: It didn't last for a year (so far) because of me. I'm a lazy fucker and thought about giving it up more than once. It lasted because of you - all of you that comment, the folks that visit several times a day which tells me that I must be doing doing something right, the regulars that send me stuff to post, and the friends (way too many to mention by name) I've made through this blog, the few people that started blogs after reading mine, and the folks that email me with ideas.
But most of all, the one person that shaped this blog:
Barack Obama.......
FUCK YOU OBAMA, you socialist son of a bitch! You've given me more material and more reasons to keep this thing going than anything else I can think of.
My coffee must be kicking in........

Sunday, August 16, 2009

I'll learn one of these days

Man, I had a great time Saturday but I got so burned that I'm still sun-sick. I remembered to put sunscreen on my face but must've forgot my arms and my neck. The back of my neck is okay (can't get any more redneck than I am) but the front where my shirt opens........
And my arms. Especially my left arm. Bodie's at 8500 feet so you burn easier up there anyways, but my favorite driving postion is right hand on the wheel, left arm hanging out the window so not only am I sunburned but windburned on top of that.
I've had a nagging headache all day, am dehydrated as hell even after a couple of gallons of water, and throat is so tender it ain't funny.
Seriously. It ain't funny - I am delicate, ya know.

My Saturday


Above: Lula and her husband


Me and Lula (http://whatsinalulabelle.blogspot.com/) and Hubbs (hers, not mine. I ain't that way) made arrangements to meet up in Bridgeport between 10 and 10:30 then head in to the ghost town of Bodie which is about 5 miles west of the Nevada state line.
Me and Hubbs (hers, not mine. I ain't that way) had talked already and because it's about 3 1/2 to 4 hours for me IF everything goes right, I told him that if I wasn't there by 11 to just go on in and I'd meet them there.

Naturally, I overslept. I was an hour late getting out of the house and that was just getting ME out and on the road. I didn't grab lunch, water, nothing. I pulled into Oakdale to fill up and buy some water and when I come out, there's a big fucking hound sitting in the back of my truck waiting to go for a ride. No matter how hard I tried, I couldn't get him out. Finally after about 10 minutes he got tired of fighting me and split, looking all butt-hurt. He had no idea how close he came to being my dog.

Okay. I'm on the road. I remember reading in one of Lula's posts about how she felt like punching somebody in the head for standing her and Hubbs (hers, not mine. I ain't that way) up, so naturally I was hauling ass. I did not want to get head-punched.
I had about 40 miles of valley road that was fairly straight and I took full advantage of it, doing 80 and 90 mph where I knew I could get away with it and slowing to 65 where I know the cops worked pretty heavy.
Above Sonora, it started to get tricky. I started climbing in the hills and the road narrowed down to 2 lanes the rest of the way. Luckily, it was still early and traffic was very light. I think I encountered maybe 4 cars between the town of Sonora and Sonora Pass and they actually used the turnouts when I came screaming up their asses.

Then I hit the base of the Pass. A narrow, winding spit of a road, with a 26% upgrade on this side and a 24% downgrade on the other (that means for every 100 feet of road, it raises 26 feet. It's fucking steep), cresting at 9800 feet elevation. Rock wall on one side of the road, cliffs on the other and no fucking railing. My favorite road.
I hit that sumbitch as fast as I could and damned near kept my truck floorboarded, which means I got up to a whopping 40 mph at times. Again, I did not want Lula to think I stood them up and head-punch me.

I crested the Pass right at 9:30. I might actually make it it to Bridgeport by 10:30, thus avoiding a beating.
The fun part of the ride was over. Now I had to go downhill on a 24% grade. I have ruined brakes before on this road......
I managed to make it down to the base of the Pass into Leavitt Meadows and past the Pack Station and stables in record time, my cab filled with brake smoke and me actually starting to feel so good about making it that I kept it down to the speed limit the rest of the way into Bridgeport.

I pulled into our meeting spot, kicked open my door and got out and stretched the kinks out of my bones, then saw my friends headed towards me. I had made it from my driveway to Bridgeport in 3 hours and 10 minutes, my best time ever.

Off to Bodie!

Now never actually have met Lula and Hubbs (hers, not mine. I ain't that way) I was a little nervous. They sounded like good folks through email and on the phone and I really wanted to make a good impression, that's why I had on a button down shirt........
But at the same time, I didn't know just what kind of people they really were. You can only figure out so much from emails and a short phone call.
They also had never been to Bodie and were looking forward to seeing it. And Lula had posted that I was going to be their tour guide and that she knew I was going to do a good job. Nothing like a little pressure, ya know?

I shouldn't have worried. They were absolutely wonderful people. We spent the entire day there, walking around checking out the town, visiting, getting to know each other, laughing and joking. Both of them are completely down to earth people, the kind of folks that I felt comfortable with as soon as we met and shook hands.
After about an hour, Lula asked if we were hungry so we headed back up to the parking area for lunch. Sammiches, potato salad and ice cold beer. I was in heaven. My usual lunch at Bodie is jerky or whatever I can find in my glove box and warm water.
And that's how our day went. Check things out for an hour or so, go back and grab a beer and visit, hit the bathrooms, then back into the town. After a while I even quit watching my back to make sure I wasn't going to get head-punched.
After touring the town and finally the cemetary, we decided to call it a day and head back to Bridgeport where we stopped at the Jolly Cone and they bought me a bacon (Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon) burger for showing them around.
All in all, it was by far THE most enjoyable day I've ever had in Bodie. I had a blast, and got to make new friends. Thanks, Y'all!


Now comes the strange part. I hauled ass to get there in the morning to avoid standing them up and getting head-punched - it took 3 hours and 10 minutes, my best time ever.
On the way home, I took my sweet-assed time, even stopped off to dig up some sagebrush to plant in my future cactus bed, and I made it home in 3 hours and 5 minutes. What the fuck?

Lula took approximately a million pictures, then found out that her zip drive was fucking up. So she spent half the night emailing pictures to me 5 at a time and she's only about halfway through them. She was still at it when I got so fucked up I had to crash at 1:15 AM and started back up again this morning.
I will post pictures of the day a few at a time.

Hell yeah!!!!!!


-Thanks, Brian.

My Saturday

I spent the day with Lula (http://whatsinalulabelle.blogspot.com/) and Hubbs (hers, not mine. I ain't that way) in the ghost town of Bodie. I'm sunburned as hell, more than a little drunk and tired.
We had a great time, Lula took approximately 2 million pictures and I got free sammiches and beer out of the deal.
More on this in the morning.