Saturday, November 19, 2011

Lots of white folks aren't happy with me either

Nastier than the flu

In case you were wondering......

The percentage of each past president's cabinet who had worked in the private business sector prior to their appointment to the cabinet.

Here are the percentages.
T. Roosevelt............... 38%
Taft............................ 40%
Wilson ....................... 52%
Coolidge.................... 48%
Hoover ......................42%
F. Roosevelt...............50%
Truman...................... 50%
Nixon........................ 53%
Ford.......................... 42%
Carter........................ 32%
GH Bush.....................51%
Clinton .......................39%
GW Bush....................55%

And the winner is:

Obama.................. 8%

This helps to explain the incompetence of this administration: only 8% of them have ever worked in a job not supported by tax money!

That's right! Only eight percent---the least, by far, of the last 19 presidents! And these people are trying to tell our big corporations how to run their business? They know what's best for GM, Chrysler, Wall Street, and you and me?

How can the president of a major nation and society, the one with the most successful economic system in world history, stand and talk about business when he's never worked for one? Or about jobs when he has never really had one? And when it's the same for 92% of his senior staff and closest advisers? They've spent most of their time in academia, government and/or non-profit jobs or as "community organizers." They should have been in an employment line.

- Rob

Mooch-elle's High School Reunion photo

- Irish

Ooooh, we got a tough boy here.....

(NYDN) — The protester who busted his head open during a bout with cops at Zuccotti Park on Thursday has long carried the reputation of being a fighter — but got a major lesson in love, too.
Brandon Watts, whose bloody face was pictured on the front page of Friday’s Daily News, was the first person to set up a residential tent inside the park, a fellow protester said.
“He’s been here since week one,” said the protester, who did not want to use his name. “He was one of the guys who started the whole tent thing.”
He said Watts, of Philadelphia, Pa., put together his tent a day after Jesse Jackson helped protect a medical tent from being dismantled on Oct. 17.
Soon after protesters started pitching tents, a gal pal of Watts’ told the New York Times Magazine he lost his virginity at the encampment.
“Brandon lost his virginity today — not to me,” Core Jones, 20, told the magazine on Oct. 23. “I don’t know who the girl is. But I want to have a party for him.”
On Thursday, Watts stood atop a wall inside Zuccotti Park and tossed objects — including a AAA battery — at cops standing outside the barricade along Liberty St., police said.
Suddenly, the 6-foot-1, 160-pound Watts charged the officers and snatched a hat off the head of a deputy inspector, cops said.
Cops caught him as he ran back into the park, but he began to fight back, police said. He was wrestled to the ground and busted his head on the concrete, causing a gash to gush blood down his face.
It wasn’t the first time Watts tussled with cops since the Occupied Wall Street movement began downtown.
He has been arrested four times since Sept. 24 for resisting arrest, loitering in disguise, escaping from a prisoner van and stealing orange mesh fencing, police said.
He even bragged about some of the arrests to a Daily News reporter on Oct. 1.
“I got loose from them and I ran and I knocked down the barricades as much as I could,” he said of one collar.
He also gloated about an alleged fight on a downtown train with four men who attacked one of his female friends.
“I stood up and defended her,” he said. “I got blades on the bottoms of my shoes and a blade in my pocket.”
But he said he never had to use a weapon.
“I roundhouse kicked [one] in the balls,” he said. “I got only two black eyes, and they got carried out with handcuffs and stretchers.”


Yeah, right. Four against one and they took them out on stretchers? If you're so fucking tough, why are you crying over a cut on your head from that asskicking that you were dealt?
And your weaponry sucks. How about a blade AND a 45 on my hip - who do you think will be taken away on a stretcher then, punk?
Glad you finally got laid though, but I have a question: Was it with a girl?

I love this guy

(PolitickerNY) — Congressman Peter King continued his verbal assault on Occupy Wall Street, appearing on Anderson Cooper’s CNN show and three times accuses the protesters of living in “feces and urine.”
“There was nothing there that was resonating with Middle America,” Mr. King said. “I didn’t see the purpose. I had no idea why the media was cover it the way it was. You really had a tiny tiny percentage of the people taking over the park, sleeping in the park, sleeping in their own feces and urine and that somehow became a national movement.”
Mr. King also said that in his mind “there was nothing admirable about these demonstrators,” who he called “a bunch of malcontents.”

My long lost daughter

- MSgt B

Grumble grumble bitch whine and complain

I had a good day at work yesterday - stayed busy but not overwhelmed - and when I came home I was ready for an evening of movies and relaxing, visiting with Lisa, and generally just fucking off.
But alas, that was not to be.
I walked into the kitchen and saw a sink full of nasty dishwater and an "uh-oh" look on my Sweeties' face.
"Um, there is a minor problem here. I was making candles and some of the wax leaked out of the mold and I didn't notice and it ran down the drain and clogged up the sink and I tried to clear it with a coat hanger but I jabbed too hard and knocked the pipe loose and water came pouring out of the cabinet and the sink has a stopper in it to keep the rest of the water in the sink and I'm really really really sorry to do this to you right after you get home but I have a nice dinner of Chili Colorado for you and.........."
Damn, Woman. Take a breath.
I broke the rest of the pipes loose, drained the sink water into a bucket and tried to throw it on CharlieGodammit but he knew that game and was too quick.
Man, the P-trap (why do they call it a P-trap instead of a U-trap?) was completely clogged with hardened wax. That fucker must've weighed 2 pounds. So I said fuck it, I'll fix it tomorrow, no way was I getting my ass back into the truck and driving to the hardware store and spending time on my back under that sink tonight.
So I fucked with Lisa all night last night about HAVING TO GO TO THE HARDWARE STORE, and then started in on her this morning about it.
I'm glad she has a sense of humor.
So, I guess I'm going to finish my coffee, do my morning bathroom ritual and then get dressed to go TO THE HARDWARE STORE.
Thank God for P-traps, otherwise I'd be having to call a plumber to cut that wax out of my sewer line.
But this is going to be a nice source of entertainment for the next week or so.

And there it is.....

That shit would get on my nerves too

Chris Schisler did not appreciate the camp drummer waking him up at 7 AM.
Two Occupy Portland goons were arrested after they choked and beat the camp drummer with a hammer.
The Press Herald reported:
Portland police say they have charged a man with assaulting another man with a hammer at the Occupy Maine encampment in Lincoln Park.
Police charged Chris Schisler who said recently he has been staying at the camp for several weeks, with assaulting another member of the camp at about 7 a.m.
The victim of the assault was taken to a local hospital with a head injury, police said.
Demonstrators said that the victim of the assault was banging on a drum to wake protesters to participate in a morning cleanup exercise, raking leaves so the city could collect them. The morning cleanup had been decided at the previous night’s general assembly, though many people at the camp were not there.
When the man started drumming to wake the camp, Schisler allegedly told him to stop and when he didn’t, smashed the drum head with the hammer, protesters said. In the ensuing confrontation, Schisler hit the man – a protester who has been active in park governance and maintenance – in the head…
…Portland police have charged a second man in a morning assault at the Occupy Maine encampment in Lincoln Park.
Police issued a court summons to Danny Arnold, 34 on a charge of choking another man.
A police press release said Arnold and Chris Schisler, 34, assaulted Alan Porter, 45, as he was banging a drum to wake people at the camp. Schisler, who was located at the Portland Public Library after the 7 a.m. assault, is being held on $10,000 bail at Cumberland County Jail, charged with hitting Porter in the head with a hammer.
- The Gateway Pundit 

Good Morning!

Whoa, I'm skeered. All freaked out, you know?

Just a quick warning, then a suggestion: Turn the volume DOWN - the tunes suck. And this is best watched after a sixpack or a fattie.
You're gonna laugh your asses off. I don't what was funnier, all those "elite commandos" creeping across that field trying to look like a shrub, or that fucker hanging that mortar round on the end of the muzzle at the 4:40 mark.

(WaPo) — It’s not exactly Seal Team 6 rehearsing the raid on Abbottabad, but a video released by the Haqqani network offers a window onto what is purported to be one of the militant group’s training camps.
The network is considered the most dangerous insurgent force fighting U.S. troops in eastern Afghanistan, launching attacks from its base in Pakistan’s tribal areas. U.S. officials have long suspected the group gets support from Pakistan’s intelligence agency.
It is rare to get a glimpse of the network’s operations.
Judging by the newly released footage, the camps are anything but state of the art. The video shows several dozen militants wearing helmets and green masks making their way through a rudimentary obstacle course.
They scamper across a makeshift ladder. They take turns leaping over a campfire-sized flame. They slip off the seat of a motorcycle to squeeze a few rounds from an AK-47. They study maneuvers drawn on a white-board with marker.
In one sequence, the fledgling fighters wrap themselves in branches, looking like a formation of shrubs, as they practice camouflaged approaches across a dusty field.
The video, which was released by the Site Intelligence Group, makes clear that the Haqqanis’ facilities and equipment are basic at best. But the network’s potency has always had far more to do with its lethal determination and ability to blend into the Pashtu population than with any high-tech training or gear.
- Weasel Zippers

Florida Occupier Redistributes His Neighbor’s Furniture

(TSG) — Meet Jeffrey Scott.
The 32-year-old “Occupy Pensacola” protester was arrested yesterday on felony burglary and larceny charges for allegedly robbing a neighbor’s home of furniture that he used at the protest group’s encampment outside City Hall.
Scott was nabbed shortly after victim Ned English called police to report the theft of a couch, a recliner, four wicker chairs, and four couch cushions from his home, according to an Escambia County Sheriff’s Office report.
When questioned by a deputy, Scott stated, “Yes, I took the furniture. I was going to give it back, but haven’t had a chance to.” Scott, investigators noted, admitted entering English’s home through a rear window, taking the furniture, and using some of the purloined items “at the Occupy Pensacola Camp located at City Hall.”
Weasel Zippers

All right! Free internet porn!

(Judicial Watch) — Following a laughable United Nations declaration that high-speed internet access is a basic human right, the Obama Administration is investing north of $400 million to expand broadband into poor, rural areas of the U.S.


Fucking A!!!
I'm going to stop paying my internet bill because high-speed internet is a basic human right. I'm just gonna let Obama pay it for me.
They're gonna to go spend another 400 million of mine and your dollars for internet access? Hey, you stupid fuckers - they're poor. They don't need internet access because they can't afford computers.
Are you fucking kidding me?

Friday, November 18, 2011

Fuck that domestic shit

Two nights between sheets was enough for me. I'm back to rolling up in my poncho liner.

Thank you, CIA

Two British nationals are believed to have been killed in a US drone attack in Pakistan , family and friends of the men said.
Terror suspects Ibrahim Adam and Mohammed Izmirare thought to have died in a CIA missile strike on Waziristan, a remote and lawless mountainous region along the border with Afghanistan .
Adam's father confirmed that his son was killed by an American unmanned aircraft. A close friend of Izmir ’s family, who did not want to be named, said: "They have taken it very badly - this is the second son who has been killed in a drone strike."
It is not known precisely when the men died, but it is thought to have been at least three months ago, according to a source with personal connections in Pakistan .
Adam, 24, from Barkingside, east London , had been on the run from the UK authorities since absconding from a control order in May 2007. His brother, Anthony Garcia, was jailed for life in April 2007 for his part in a major fertiliser bomb plot to attack targets in London and across the UK .
Adam was made subject to a control order after being stopped while en route to Syria after the British authorities claimed he was planning to travel to Iraq or Afghanistan for jihadist training or to fight Western forces.
Father-of-three Izmir, 37, who was born in Sheffield and lived in Ilford, Essex, was made subject to a Treasury order freezing his assets in February 2010 in response to concerns he was involved in funding terrorism. He is not currently on the Treasury's list of people and organisations subject to financial sanctions.
It is believed that Izmir’s brother, Abdul Jabber, 32, was killed in an earlier CIA unmanned drone attack in Pakistan in September last year.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office could not confirm Adam and Izmir ’s deaths but said it was investigating the reports. A spokesman said: "We are aware of reports and are looking into them further."
The CIA's drone programme in Pakistan , which is not publicly acknowledged by the US , is hugely controversial. The Pakistani authorities have criticised the attacks as violations of their country's sovereignty and international human rights campaigners have condemned reports of innocent civilian casualties. American officials have privately said that the strikes have killed many Taliban and al Qaida commanders.
Thank you America when our own leaders do nothing

- Submitted by William (from the UK)

Animal Control Officer quits - via Craigslist

Click to enlarge. If that doesn't work, here's the link:

Thanks to Sammy for sending this in.


I gotta say, I agree with this Officer 100%.
Every Animal Control Officer I've ever dealt with, including the one that locked CharlieGodammit up for biting a trespasser to the tune of 48 stitches, has been great.
They've got a bitch of a job, heartbreaking for them at times, yet they're dedicated and compassionate towards their furry charges.

Assasination? Puh-lease........

The liberals are trying to spin the shooting at the Black House as an "assasination" attempt by the Right which is fucking hilarious to me.

Notwithstanding his ties to the Occupy Wall Streeters, the man who shot at the White House must have derived his views from Christian conservatives and the Tea Party, according to a column in the Guardian, because he reportedly called President Obama the Antichrist.
“Alleged presidential assassin Ortega-Hernandez reportedly called Obama ‘the Antichrist,’” notes the subtitle of Sarah Posner, “So who put that idea in his head?’”
Posner doesn’t give a straight answer, but points to apocalyptic comments by American televangelists who have suggested a variety of people as the Antichrist, before naming some Michigan pastor who seems to think Obama has a high “Antichrist quotient.”
Her column reaches its (utterly predictable) conclusion when she produces video of a man at a Tea Party rally holding a sign that portrays Obama as Satan. “This man’s companion could not cite chapter and verse, but insisted, nonetheless, that the Bible tells us that Obama is the Antichrist,” she writes.
(Washington Examiner)

First off, if we were going to try to kill the president, it would've been done. Period. It would've been done right. No fucking way would anybody in their right mind try to X his ass out by shooting at windows that are most assuredly ballistic glass and secondly if the Obamessiah was killed, then Biden would take his place and there is no fucking way in hell would we want that.

Whine, snivel and cry

From the comments on my post about gassing the piece of shit hippie that dared to put his hands on my vehicle to talk shit:

Anonymous said...
It's really amazing how stupid all of you are.

For Lisa



Thursday, November 17, 2011


A Tennessee man is facing a domestic assault charge after he allegedly struck his mother with a ham during an argument Tuesday afternoon in their home.
Emanuel Cordell Kennedy, 37, was collared after his mother told cops that she was hit in the back with the thrown ham as she was walking down the hall, according to a Union City Police Department report excerpted here.
In an interview with police, Kennedy claimed that he did not intend to hit his mother, 55-year-old Brenda King, with the tossed ham. King apparently was not injured by the pink missile, the size of which was not detailed by investigators.
Kennedy, pictured in the above mug shot, is being held without bond in the Obion County jail. He is scheduled to be arraigned this afternoon on the misdemeanor count.

The Smoking Gun

Only in San Fransicko

After experiencing the discomfort and embarrassment of a colonoscopy in Philadelphia, I decided to have my next one carried out while visiting friends in San Francisco, where the beautiful nurses are allegedly much more gentle and accommodating.
As I lay naked on my side on the table, the nurse began my procedure.
"Don't worry, at this stage of the procedure it's quite normal to get an erection," the nurse told me.
"I haven't got an erection," I replied.
"No, but I have," replied the nurse.
- Rob

Not exactly a big seller in Detroit

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Just how tough am I really?

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Talk about teabagged......

Peaceful. Non-violent. Yeah, right.

In a video posted on YouTube after protesters were evicted from Zuccotti Park, a demonstrator in the crowd says “On the 17th, we’re going to burn New York City to the ground.”
Later in the video, he then goes on to say “No more talking. They’ve got guns, we’ve got bottles. They’ve got bricks, we’ve got rocks…in a few days you’re going to see what a Molotov cocktail can do to Macy’s.”

Start paying attention around the 50 second mark.

Too bad New York is a city full of fucking sheep. I wonder what those hippies would think if they had a couple of million citizens gathered to protect their homes and businesses?

The mouthy SOB got arrested for making threats.Read about it right here, courtesy The Feral Irishman.

Big Brothers' Eye in the Sky

The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office is weeks away from launching an unmanned aerial asset to help deputies fight crime. The ShadowHawk helicopter is six-feet long, weighs fifty pounds and fits in the back of an SUV.
“We can put it over a fire, put it over ahazmat spill, put it over a house with a suspect barricaded inside and literally give the incident commander the ability to look at the entire scene with a bird’s eye view, ” Chief Deputy Randy McDaniel said.
Sheriff’s deputies will fly the ShadowHawk with nothing more than a laptop computer and a remote control similar to that used for video games.
It’s equipped with an infrared camera that can clearly read a license plate from an elevation of twelve hundred feet. The helicopter cost upwards of $300,000 and was purchased with a grant from the federal government.
Vanguard Defense Industries built the helicopter. The company has also supplied aerial assets to US forces over seas.
Critics argue the drone-like vehicleisn’t safe, because it’s unmanned.
“I gotta tell you, it sort of looks like boys and their toys, ” said Terri Burke, Executive Director of the ACLU of Texas. “We’re giving up our privacy, we’re letting the government have way too much power.”
The ACLU is concerned that technology used by law enforcement officials in general is getting ahead of people’s privacy. No one has complained to the ACLU about the Montgomery County helicopter, but some fear it could be used to spy on people.
“The Constitution spells out very clearly that we have a right to privacy, ” Burke said.
“This sheriff’s office has better things to do with its time then spy on people, ” McDaniel argued. "That’s not our mission. The only way that it’s going to be an invasion of their privacy is if they are committing some type of a criminal act where we might utilize this to catch them.”


Huh. I wonder if that motherfucker's bulletproof. I got a feeling they're gonna find out.

Somebody got a little rambunctious last night

CharlieGodammit jumped on the back of my Camouflaged Bass Pro Easy Chair last night and flipped me over while we were playing.
Does Lisa help me up, check on me for injuries, or pull the wolfdog off me?
Nope, she grabs her camera.
I think they're ganging up on me.

That's a start

- Dead Dog

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Nation Waiting For Protesters To Clearly Articulate Demands Before Ignoring Them

NEW YORK—As the Occupy Wall Street protest expands and grows into a nationwide movement, Americans are eagerly awaiting a list of demands from the group so they can then systematically disregard them and continue going about their business, polls showed this week. "The protesters need to unify around a shared agenda with precise policy goals so I can begin paying no attention to them whatsoever," said Tulsa, OK poll respondent Kaye Petrachonis, echoing the thoughts of millions across the country. "If they don’t have a clear power structure organized around specific demands first, then I'll never be able to completely tune them out due to a political conflict of interest or an inability to comprehend complex, detailed economic concepts. These people really need to get their act together." Once Occupy Wall Street has a concrete set of objectives in place, the majority of Americans said they would go back to waiting for the sluggish economy to recover while blindly accepting things the way they are.
- Onion News Network

Bacon. Mmmmm, bacon.....

Baconlube is the “world’s first bacon-flavored personal lubricant and massage oil” brought to you by the bacon-flavoring experts at J & D’s. It started as an April Fool’s Day prank but now it’s a real (and apparently delicious tasting) product. Quick, it’s only available to purchase for a limited time.

Before you start giving meat-flavored massages, we have one small admission to make – baconlube began as an elaborate April Fool’s prank and was never intended to be a real product. But when the joke ended, the emails kept coming. People harassed us via email, in public and in highly inappropriate ways (thanks for that). The waiting list grew to over 3,000 people. Expectations were built.
So who’s responsible for this highly anticipated creation actually coming to life? You are, that’s who. You and an intern named Martin actually, who sacrificed and offended his taste buds in the name of science on sample after failed sample before this really did taste like bacon.
- Submitted by Steve

Fuck the BATF (and Obama)!!!!!

What a load of crap. Any idiot knows that in order to make these things fire real ammunition...... well, they can't.
Let's see, new upper and lower recievers, a new barrel, new trigger assembly, etc. So basically all you can use from this toy to make a working rifle is the foregrips and buttstock, both of which can be bought and sold legally with no restrictions.

The scorecard - so far........

DC OWS protester shits right in the street

- Weasel Zippers

And the nasty motherfucker doesn't even wipe.

Straight from the horses' mouth - or maybe his ass.

To recapture some of his 2008 magic, President Obama attacked Republicans while assuring a hometown Hawaii crowd that he has delivered "change that you can believe in" during his first term in office. He acknowledged, however, that not all Americans wanted that change at the time, and that the last three years have seen some "false starts."
After greeting a crowd that included his tenth-grade teacher, Obama contrasted his campaign with the "narrow, cramped vision of an America where everybody is left to fend for themselves" that he implied Republicans hold. "That was what the campaign was about -- the belief that the more Americans succeed, the more America succeeds," Obama said. "We knew it wouldn't come easy, we knew it wasn't going to come quickly, but three years later, because of what you did in 2008, we've already started to see what change looks like."
"Let me give you some examples," Obama said, beginning to justify the claim that he has brought the change promised in his 2008 run. He repeated a litany of legistive and executive items. "Change is," Obama said, the auto industry bailout, higher fuel efficiency standards, ending "don't ask, don't tell," ending the war in Iraq., and mandating equal pay for men and women.
"Change is health care reform. After a century of trying, a reform that will finally make sure that nobody goes bankrupt in America just because they get sick," Obama told the applauding audience. "That's the kind of changes that you brought about because of the work you did in 2008."
Obama did acknowledge that not all Americans wanted this kind of change -- "it's no secret that the steps that we took weren't always politically popular" -- but put a dramatic spin on the signficance of the election that included a dig at his opponents.
"Everything we fought for in the last election is now at stake in the next election. The very core of what this country stands for is on the line," Obama warned. "The basic promise that no matter who you are or where you come from, what you look like, that you can make it in America if you try -- that vision is on the line."
"I know it’s been a tough three years," Obama said, "and I know that the change that we fought for in 2008 hasn’t always been easy," he said. "There have been setbacks. There have been false starts." But he called for his supporters to "recommit yourselves and feel just as energized about 2012 as you did in 2008."
- The Washington Examiner


I don't know what's worse - the fact that he actually believes the shit he's spewing or that he expects US to believe it.

I must be getting used to domestic life

For 2 nights in a row now, actually 2 nights in I don't know how many years, I have actually slept between sheets instead of just rolling up in a poncho liner.
I miss my poncho liner......


Reckless was a small, compact, sorrel filly during the Korean war. She carried re-coiless rifles, ammunition, and supplies to Marines. Nothing too unusual about that, lots of animals got pressed into doing pack chores in many wars. But this filly did something a lot more. During the battle for a location called Outpost Vegas, this little mare, only 14 hands high, made 50 trips up and down the hill; on the way up she carried ammunition, and on the way down she carried wounded soldiers. What was so amazing? This remarkable little animal made every single one of those trips without anyone leading her. She carried the wounded soldiers alone, after being smacked on the rump at the top of the hill. She moved down the hill with the wounded men tied to her back with no guidance. Just her own innate common sense. But, to imagine the same horse, loaded with ammunition, trudging back up that hill to the battle where artillery is going off, without anyone leading her is unbelievable. To know that she would make 50 of those trips is unheard of. Hell, how many horses would even make it back to the barn once, let alone return to you in the field one single time. So here is a clip of her story and photos to prove where she was and what she did. She was retired at the Marine Corps Base in Camp Pendleton, CA, where a General issued the order that she was never to carry any more weight on her back. Nothing but her her own blankets. She died in 1968 at the age of 20. P.S. How bad was the battle for Outpost Vegas? Artillery rounds fell at the rate of 500 per hour, and only two men made it out alive without wounds. Just two. And one horse, Reckless–wounded twice.

- Flamests


That's right folks, we got us a triple here!!! Too bad the photographer was so close, we'd have gotten at least a quad.......
You can thank Irish from The Feral Irishman for this.

Quick, somebody loan me a roofie!

Yup, gonna be one of those days........

Monday, November 14, 2011



Yeah, that's right, you socialist son of a bitch. There are a few of us out here that don't worship you and are willing to put our lives on the line to preserve our great Nation.
Fuck the 99%, we are the 3%.

So that's how it's done.......

Yeah, he's all about jobs and lower fuel costs, all right.

Harper Tells Obama Canada Will Sell Oil to Asia Since His Administration Delayed Pipeline (Obama Loses Another 1 Million US Jobs)

The Keystone Pipeline project was expected to create up to 1,000,000 high-paying US jobs in the oil manufacturing and associated industries. The project itself would create 20,000 construction jobs.
Obama refused to sign the Keystone agreement last week. Today Canadian Prime Minister Harper told Obama that he would look to Asia to sell its oil.
The Republic reporteed, via Free Republic:
Canada’s prime minister says he made it clear in a meeting with U.S. President Barack Obama that Canada will step up its efforts to sell oil to Asia since the Obama administration delayed a decision on an oil pipeline.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada will continue to push the U.S. to approve the $7-billion Keystone XL project.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says Canada will continue to push the U.S. to approve the $7-billion Keystone XL project. Last week the U.S. State Department ordered that the pipeline be rerouted and subject to further environmental review, delaying a decision until 2013.
Harper says the U.S. move highlights why Canada must increase its efforts to diversify its exports to Asia. He says he communicated that clearly to Obama.
- The Gateway Pundit


Poser in Chief? Watch these two videos

A navy corpsman (a combat medic) is pronounced "cor-man," not corpse man, Commander.

And last Veterans Day he "remembered" one of the worst battles of Vietnam, Khe Sanh.
It's pronounced "Kay Sonn," fearless leader, not Keysan.

And for future reference, Mr. Obama, as far as the Vietnam War:

POW is not a loud noise;
KIA does not refer to a car:
MIA is not a hollywood actress;
AIR STRIKES aren't by your union members
BODY COUNT is not the number of people in your audience; and
HO CHI MINH is not served with soy sauce.

Perhaps the next time you refer to us you should consult with someone who was actually
in the military . . . (not that we'd really give a shit about anything you say), Poser.

Thanks to Lee for sending us a piece of his mind

It's about time

Angry Residents, Businesses Plan Anti-Occupy Wall Street Protest
Downtown residents and business owners angry that their neighborhood has been occupied for two months by the Wall Street demonstration are staging a protest of the protest Monday, declaring that City Hall has let it get out of control.
Angry over all-day drumming, people urinating and defecating on the streets and verbal attacks from protesters, organizers say they will rally at City Hall Monday to send officials a message.
"Laws are clearly being violated and we simply want them enforced," Lower Manhattan resident Linda Gertsman told NBC New York.
Exasperated residents and businesses said they are "pursuing all options," including lawsuits against the city, the mayor and the private company that owns Zuccotti Plaza, the encampment headquarters.
Organizers of the anti-Occupy protest posted fliers downtown that say "Mayor Bloomberg is helping them stay."
The Occupy Wall Street movement began with a few people on Sept. 17 and has grown to hundreds who have made Zuccotti Park, a small plaza along Broadway, their home.
Businesses have complained for weeks that the encampment is causing them to lose money, although a few have made money off the protests, as donors from all over the country have sent food from nearby restaurants to the movement.
Mark Epstein, owner of Milk Street Cafe on Wall Street, said his business has suffered and he has had to lay off people in recent weeks.
The protest has been, he says, "a fiasco."
Han Shan, a member of Occupy Wall Street's community relations working group, said he and others in the encampment are trying to be better downtown neighbors.
The group recently worked out daytime drumming hours with the local community board, and secured some portable toilets for protesters to use.
But, he told the New York Times, “at the end of the day, it’s an occupation. We didn’t ask permission to be there and we don’t want to. It’s about bigger, broader issues.”
Bloomberg has gone back and forth between criticizing Occupy Wall Street and defending it, saying recently that protesters were largely law-abiding and did not bother anyone.
"If you go one block away from this park, you would never know it exists," he said last week. "It's just literally -- in any direction, one block away -- there's just nothing."


Our Bill of Rights guarantees us the right to lawful assembly, but this bullshit hasn't been lawful since Day One. No permits, disruptions to businesses, drugs, thefts, violence, rapes, spreading of disease, and generally just being a pain in the ass.
Now the cities that are being occupied are bitching and moaning that it's gotten out of hand.
Well, who in the fuck LET it get out of hand? Had the cities gone in and cleared that shit (literally) out when it was just starting, then they wouldn't be having the problems they're having today.
I sat here this weekend and watched Portlands' PD get ready to clear the camps at midnight Saturday, but there were so many fucking hippies that they knew they'd have widespread rioting and destruction if they tried, so they backed off instead of making a statement by going in, clearing the fucking parks by force and locking these wannabe revolutionaries up.
The cities indulged them and now they've got a bigger problem than they know what to do with.
You reap what you sow.

Oh, HELL YEAH!!!!!

Meet New York’s newest hero.
Kevin Hiltunen, a former NYPD officer, yesterday grabbed an Occupy Wall Street demonstrator by the collar and dragged him out of a Queens school where he’d been heckling US Rep. Bob Turner at the congressman’s swearing-in ceremony.
“I guess you could say I sorted him out,” said Hiltunen, 48, his jacket and tie barely mussed after dragging the scruffy protester out on his rear end.
“All I was doing was trying to stop this historic occasion from being disrupt-ed. There is a time and place to exercise your First Amendment rights,’’ said Hiltunen, of Bergen Beach, Brooklyn, who was identified by people at the ceremony as an ex-Marine.
“This was not the time or the venue,” Hiltunen added.
Adam Weissman, 33, of Astoria, was one of three demonstrators to disrupt Turner’s local swearing-in ceremony at Metropolitan HS in Forest Hills.
Turner won the congressional seat once held by disgraced ex-Rep. Anthony Weiner by defeating Assemblyman David Weprin.
“Bob Turner has only been in office for two months and . . .” was all that the bearded heckler could blurt out before he was taken down by Hiltunen.
Holding a sign that read, “Rep. Turner [heart] the 1%,” Weissman remained seated and quiet until Turner, who was there with his wife, Peggy, took the stage about 1:30 p.m. and began to speak.
“He was close by to where I was standing, and he started yelling something about Bob Turner,” said Hiltunen, who described himself as a Turner supporter and a volunteer for his congressional campaign.
“So I grabbed him by his sweat shirt and escorted him out. I just had to do what was right. I was just here to witness this historic occasion.”
Afterward, Turner blasted the Occupy Wall Street demonstrators and praised Hiltunen.
“Protesters are on the wrong track. Socialism has been tried again and again, and it doesn’t work,” said Turner. “He picked the wrong guy to pee off.”
The no-nonsense Hiltunen said he hadn’t known Weissman was part of the raucous demonstration based at Zuccotti Park since Sept. 17.
“I’m a citizen who believes in democracy. I did not ask this man if he was part of any movement,” the former cop said.
Hiltunen was a member of the NYPD from February 1994 until June 2009, when he retired in good standing on a disability caused by an accident, a source told The Post.
Weissman, meanwhile, was unapologetic for disrupting the ceremony. After getting the boot, he was distributing OWS fliers on Metropolitan Avenue.
“Before I got grabbed by those people, I wanted to say that Bob Turner has only been in office for two months and he has already sold out his supporters,” said Weissman, adding that he twisted his ankle in the melee but otherwise was “OK.”
“How can you support a man who is a backer of free backdoor trading with China?” he asked.
The New York Post via The Feral Irishman

They didn't bring their mommies to clean up after them?

Occupy Portland Leaves Behind 70 Dump Trucks Worth of Trash…

(Oregon Live) — A dozen city employees today plan to finish clearing Chapman and Lownsdale squares of debris and trash so engineers and horticulture experts can survey damage to the parks’ structures and trees.
City officials expect the parks to be closed for at least one week. Weeks of camping by Occupy Portland at the two downtown parks have torn up grass and damaged plant beds.
Bob Downing, central services manager for the parks bureau, said he’s walked through the two parks periodically since the occupation began.
“I’m not really surprised,” Downing said. “It was what we expected it to be.”
Downing said about 70 dump truck loads of trash and debris were hauled from the camps over the weekend. He said about 30 city employees worked Sunday to clear the parks.
Once the trash is gone, the city will bring in a team comprised of specialists to look at the health and condition of the trees, plants, the restrooms and the art in the parks. The turf will need to be reseeded, he said. He expects the once grassy areas to be “pretty bare” until February.
- Weasel Zippers


Yeah, they probably thought they were just "creating" jobs for the sanitation crews that had to go in and clean up their disease-laden messes.

From the emails - more money saving tips

Recently discovered your blog (through Marooned) and am greatly enjoying it. We seem to have a lot in common- guns, cooking, former druggies, patriotism, and similar politics.
While checking out your archives I came across money saving tips from April of last year. Great advice, much of which I already practice. You mentioned saving money by compromising on the quality of beer. Not a bad idea, and Bud is like horse piss anyway compared to many other brands.
There is a way to drink the best beer while saving big bucks: make your own. For all I know, you may have tried this, but if not you might give it a thought. Home brewing is like anything else: you can get into it to whatever level wanted. Casual brewing with "kits" takes very little time and money. There are hundreds of styles of beer that can be made, and after some trial batches, one determines what they like best. The best beer I've ever had was made at home, and you can save serious bucks as well. The main problem is when friends find out how damn good the stuff is. If that becomes a problem you can always put them to work with the brewing and bottling, and can have them pitch in with the cost as well.
Anyway, please keep up the good work. Your blog is now one of the few I check on a regular basis.


Thanks for the tip, Randy.
I always figured that beer making would be way beyond my finanicial abilities - just goes to show how much I know.

Abdul couldn't figure out where he went wrong.....

A member of a "religion" that supposedly discovered coffee, Abdul still has a hard time adapting to Western life.

Which is exactly why they want to regulate it

Internet keeps government honest: Google chief

Broader adoption of the Internet will keep governments on their toes as wired-up citizens exercise their newfound power to check rights abuses, Google chief Eric Schmidt said on Saturday.
"In nations and communities around the world, citizens are turning to online tools to keep their governments honest," he told business leaders on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum in Honolulu.
Read the rest of it here.

Straight-up White Trash, God bless 'er

Sunday, November 13, 2011

I'm their best customer

- Lisa

Portland gets a chance to redeem itself

The shit is heating up in Portland again.
The Live stream is showing the cops in riot gear facing off with a bunch of chanting hippies.
Here's the link:


The hippies saw that the cops were serious and got the fuck out of there. In the meantime, I was eating cheese and crackers and summer sausage, hoping for some serious entertainment but once again, I was disappointed. At least this shit happened during the daytime so I didn't lose any sleep over it - in fact, it got me out of hanging pictures and shit for the time being.

Multiculturalism didn't work in Europe. Learn from that.

Reprinted word for word from The Patriot's Corner:

This is what multiculturalism has brought upon our nation

This is a travesty beyond imagination. We have become so diversified, become so multicultural that being a Patriotic American is now being unconsidered unconstitutional. That a handful of students were treated this way and a bunch of mexican students sniveled and whined about the white students wearing t-shirts with AMERICAN FLAGS on them on the mexican 'holiday' cinco de mayo day, is most repulsive to this American Patriot. That the Morgan Hill High School would treat white students this way is disgusting. How do you think American White students in Mexico would be treated if they paraded around a mexican high school campus with an American Flag on the 4th of July, say in Mexico City?

This is what excessive multiculturalism, excessive diversity and political correctness have brought to America. We wonder why our country is in trouble and at the base of all our ills is the tearing away of our foundations. A strong family led by a married couple, a MAN and a Woman, the teaching of morals and ethics in our schools, the teaching of the basics of education at the very beginning at the earliest ages, reading, writing, math and then moving into more advanced subjects. We have lost the majority of technical classes than ensure our children will know how to manufacture goods and produce services to help our country remain economically strong an ever competitive global economy. What has happened to wood, metal shop and the likes of automotive repair classes? They are gone or being cut. No wonder our children are lost, cannot read or write. Computer and technical skills are great but they will never duplicate what the human mind and a good pair of hands will be able to create. When our children learn to type on a keyboard exclusively and run computer programs at the expense of writing by hand or actually calling someone rather than texting, the damage to our children is deep and is just now starting to show up with kids who cannot converse to save themselves or pass a basic reading or writing class in high school.

Not only do you have the above issues but now add into this that our children are now raised not argue or if you get in a fight, turn your back and walk away. I am sorry, young boys sometimes need to fight it out and so do some girls. This has been totally killed in our schools and if a child defends him or herself, they are almost always the ones the ones that get in much worse trouble. My son knows how to defend himself and I have gone to his schools several times to defend his actions when he got in a fight or hassle. There was only a time or two he was responsible for starting it but you had better believe he knows how to defend himself and when push comes to shove, he is ready.

We raise our children that they can always be 'winners' and to be a loser or lose at something, no matter it is is wrong and must be avoided at all costs. My son quite soccer which he was incredibly good at it because the coaches refused to let the game be rough and tumble and at games neither team, even the one who lost was the loser and it was banned to call the losing team losers. In life there are winners and losers. We learn much more from our mistakes, losses, adversity than we do from being a bunch of whining winners all the time. This is rampant in our public schools today being taught from the earliest grades up through high school. It is being stealthily done but it is there. Homosexuality is now an acceptable lifestyle in kindergarten? Since when and why do five and six year old kids need to learn this. And we wonder what is wrong with our country. Yes, much of what is wrong is capsulized in Washington D. C. but look inside our homes for problems that I think are equally as bad and dangerous as what is going on in our nation's capitol.

What we have witnessed in Morgan Hill is one of the end results that will do more damage to the White American Kids because of what this says to them. It is OK for mexcican students to parade about with a meixcan national flag on cinco de mayo in our country, the United States and not alright for a small group of white(Anglo as in the story below)students to take offense to this on their home country soil?

This group of boys just wanted show their love of country and patriotism.

Add to this the wrongs being committed to the American people by too many illegal aliens in our country and a government that is too cowardly to enforce the rules that are already on the books because they are so paranoid about having enough votes to stay in office, pull in donations from unions(SEIU), La Raza, and other corrupt organization that basically hate the America I grew up in and with. When the well being and safety of mexican students is chosen over the rights of American white students, the system has committed a violation of the white students first amendment rights. When simply wearing an American flag in a public school warrants this type of knee jerk, liberal action from a school principal then he should be recalled from his position. There was no reason to send these kids home. Did a riot break out? No A fight? No. Just a bunch of mexicican kids who feel that can do whatever they want because they are entitled to all of this because we have given them everything since they were born here and most of their parents are probably here illegally.

The attorney representing the White kids is absolutely correct to appeal this and I hope he gets all the legal help he needs to take this all the way to Supreme Court if need be. There is much more at stake here in Morgan Hill than meets the eye. Those who are here in this country need to learn to respect the people who were long before their parents came here, many illegally. They need to learn to assimilate into American society and adapt to our uniquely American culture. No one is asking these mexican to give up their love of mexico or being mexican. It is about respect for Americans (the vast majority who are legal and were born here) and the country these mexicans now live in.

It is quite simple, If you do not love the United States with all it has that is good and all that is has that is far from perfect, then get the hell out. The Rio Grand is quite low in many places and you will hardly get wet in returning to your homeland, mexico.

Home Sweet Home

Shamelessly stolen from The Feral Irishman

Ahhh, young romance......


Okay, after my blow job post earlier (just scroll down, you'll see it), I've been threatened with death by RPM2Day, Jackson Blue, Filthy Phil and Ahmed unless I make it up with a camel toe or T & A.
So here it is under protest:

Don't ask if ya don't wanna know

I'll never think of a blowjob again without seeing this

Your kids' future (if you let it be)

Gotta be California (again)

From the archives

Q:  What do you call a tweeker with a yeast infection?
A:  A Quarter Pounder - with cheese.

Live video link to OWS Portland

The eviction of the protesters is supposed to be at midninght. Click the link below for live streaming video of some serious ass-kicking.
Ironically enough, the video stream is provided by the hippies themselves using stuff they purchased from evil capitalist corporations.

Thanks to Sarthurk for sending me the link.


Hope y'all didn't waste your time last night like I did to watch the ineffectual hand-wringing by the Portland city government.
Looks like they really did allow the motherfuckers to take over their city.
Hippies - 1
Portland - 0