Sunday, May 28, 2006
Saturday, May 27, 2006
He sold his beloved Jaguar XKE on eBay for $26,000 to do it. After heavy wind and snow ruined his hunt in April, he took another $14,000 out of his retirement account for a return trip.
"Life is short," Mr. Hudson joked. "The last check you write should be to the undertaker, and it should bounce."
Mr. Hudson, a McDonald's franchise owner from Oxford, Miss., got his trophy: a nine-foot bear bagged with a single shot from 30 yards. But the future of the hunt is far less certain for those who may want to follow his tracks." link
So this is what he wants to do before he dies? Shoot a defenseless animal on the brink of extinction?!
Here's a real sport for you asshole: The bear & you, no guns, nothing. Yeah, you sure are big bad macho guy with that gun... no f***nuts, you're a friggin' neanderthal retard...with a gun!
You cowardly ASSHOLE.
Man, I really wonder sometimes how the hell we have made it this far.
Friday, May 26, 2006
Wednesday, May 24, 2006
Fuck fuckity fuck fuck!
My last post...maybe?!
Better get my surfboard out....
"If the thunder don't get you then the lightening will."
Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Monday, May 22, 2006
Can't decide which template I want...
I like to think of this whole template blog thing as a work in progress.
And for the 3 or 4 of you who read this...
I will return: bigger, stronger and more omnipotent than ever!
Time to take my meds...
Saturday, May 20, 2006
Friday, May 19, 2006
Thursday, May 18, 2006
Seems like yesterday sometimes.
An elegy from Robert Hunter
" Goin home, goin home
by the waterside I will rest my bones
Listen to the river sing sweet songs
to rock my soul"
Wednesday, May 17, 2006
The past few weeks I have been pretty whacked out over some personal issues and all the crazy-assed stuff that is happening in this country. I was talking with my Lil' sister this morning who lives in Colorado and I found myself telling her that she should start thinking about stalking up on food. I live in an area that has frequent storms and with hurricane season upon us I need to do it anyways. Today I bought 2 bags of dog food for Kokoro and next week I am going to buy 2 more. I am going grocery shopping tomorrow and I am going to start stocking up on canned & dried foods. As for my tin-foil hat, don't worry I already have one...
The real reason I am thinking of stocking up on food though is if they do what they are planning, attack Iran, then we should probably all bend over and kiss our asses goodbye! Actually I have no idea what will happen and the really frightening thing is they probably don't either. But if these madmen in Washington are allowed to do this, to open this Pandora's box, all bets are off.
I just got through reading an excellent post over at How to save the world, actually it was 2 posts entitled 'What to expect when the dollar collapses': PartI & Part II. Fascinating stuff and it feeds my apocalyptic way of thinking quite nicely. The author of this site is Dave Pollard and in these posts he talks about a a book called The Fourth Turning: An American Prophecy, by William Strauss and Neil Howe. I will be reading it as soon as it arrives from Amazon.com.
Of the many potential scenarios I have read lately, this is the one that ends with the possibility of a 'happily ever after' ending. (If you can call a world wide depression & society as we know it gone a happy ending.) This story is similar to a book I recently read called 'The Long Emergency'. In this book the author talks about the coming oil crises (I paid $3.05 a gallon today) and what we can expect to happen in this country. Again pretty apocalyptic stuff here but hang on to your hats folks it's coming, soon.
There really is no telling what these maniacs might unleash by attacking Iran but it ain't going to be good. The whole Middle East could ignite and who knows what horrors are in store for us if that happens.
I want scream to everyone I see, don't you know what they are planning?! What is going to happen if they do this thing?!
We need to do something now, before its too late.
The sun finally came out today, after what seemed like weeks of rain. Parts of Western & Central Mass and New Hampshire had over a foot of rain. People lost their homes and businesses.
I so want to believe that everything is going to be alright, that all the bad things I have been reading lately will never come to be...
But I feel something really bad is coming and I am scared, scared for my family, for my friends and for our planet.
Tuesday, May 16, 2006
'Survivor' winner sentenced to 51 months in prison
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press Writer | May 16, 2006
PROVIDENCE, R.I. --Richard Hatch, who won $1 million in the debut season of "Survivor," was sentenced Tuesday to 4 years, 3 months in prison for failing to pay income taxes on his reality TV prize and other earnings. cont...
And I don't feel a bit sorry for him either.
He new what he was doing and when offered a plea bargain he refused & continued to lie.
He's gonna be mighty popular in jail I would imagine...
Monday, May 15, 2006
Which I am more than happy to help spread:
Al Gore will be the Democratic Presidential nominee in 2008, not Shillery, I mean Hillary.
Josh Marshall published an email from Andrew Sullivan who got it from a reader and so on and so on...
My dream ticket: Gore/ Feingold
It's time for all vestiges of this criminal cabal to be wiped away...
thanks Mia Culpa
Visit the blog Draft G0re 2008 and show your support
Sunday, May 14, 2006
Time to have your handlers up your dosage Laura.
Keep on thinking those good valium induced thoughts...
And it's ok, we believe them, that's all that matters.
Saturday, May 13, 2006
A: Ehhhhhhh? -- "What's that?"
B: Are -- as in "Be ye ready to surrender?"
C: Si, si! -- To a Spanish pirate, "Yes!"
E: Eeeeee! -- "Maaaaaaaaybe . . . "
I: Aye -- "Yes!"
L: 'Ell -- A destination, as in, "To L with you, matey!"
O: Oh! -- "Oh!"
Q: Queue -- A sailor's pigtail, usually tarred.
R: Arrrrrr! -- A general expression of glee.
T: Tea -- A very inferior substitute for grog.
Y: Why? -- To be said in a grumpy voice when the cap'n gives an order.
Z: Zee -- To a French pirate, "the."FYI...
In honor of one of my all time favorite Pirates, Ignatius J. Reilly
The Washington DC Examiner Newspaper, The Examiner
"Karl Rove reportedly has a plan to “stir up” the base to again save the Republicans’ electoral bacon, but conservatives won’t be satisfied this time around with more token efforts on issues like marriage and dire warnings that “the Democrats would be far worse.” Conservatives have heard that song before and know it never has a second verse."
Like rats from a sinking ship they scurry.
Their desperation actually worries me though...
With air-craft carriers headed to the gulf and the Cheney/Bush Cabal self-destructing there is no telling what they might do to divert attention.
Friday, May 12, 2006
This quasi-editorial appeared in yesterdays Cape Cod Times:
"Homosexual agenda threatens society"
When I saw the title I knew that it had to be from this wing nut named Patricia Stebbins (pictured above) and sure enough I was right.
This shrew is constantly writing to the Times on the evils of the 'Homosexual Agenda'.
Mind your own F***ing business you evil, mean-spirited shrivel-brained hypocritical Pirate Hooker! (I watched Anchorman a few days ago)
It's not just her letter that's pissing me off though....no sir.
It's the fact that the Times continues to give this crazy-assed nut job the platform to spew her vicious homophobic, bigoted bile.
It's pretty obvious that they are just trying to stir up trouble to sell papers.
And because I don't want to give them & her what they want, I will ignore her feeble attempts at editorializing and hope that this bigoted stank-assed fishmonger whore gets some sort of really painful vaginal infection that renders her unable to propagate or have sex because apparently that's all she ever thinks about.
If anyone wants to email this homophobic bigoted Harpy and let her know how much you appreciate her kindness, understanding and tolerance, here ya go: firstname.lastname@example.org (which I found through a Google search)
Monday, May 8, 2006
Bush's best moment in office? Reeling in big perch
BERLIN (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush told a German newspaper his best moment in more than five years in office was catching a big perch in his own lake.
"You know, I've experienced many great moments and it's hard to name the best," Bush told weekly Bild am Sonntag when asked about his high point since becoming president in January 2001.
"I would say the best moment of all was when I caught a 7.5 pound (3.402 kilos) perch in my lake," he told the newspaper in an interview published on Sunday.
Bush said the worst moment was September 11 when hijacked planes crashed into the World Trade Centre in New York and the Pentagon in Washington.
"In such a situation it takes a while before one understands what is happening," Bush said. "I would say that this was the hardest moment, once I had the real picture before my eyes."
Because Bild could not immediately furnish English quotes, Bush's comments were translated from the German. The paper said the White House planned to release an authorised English version of the interview on Monday.
If this is true, we are in for a bumpy ride...
Fasten your seatbelt folks.