Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Crafty when it comes to supporting our civil rights however.
He has me looking for another gun purchase...and another...and another...
What a loser castrati Barry Hussein Obama is, will someone defend him, or should I be happy to know that he is alone in his anti-American ambitions?
Monday, November 15, 2010
You want to know what state?
It's the same state as the fantastic Maggie's Farm, which you should thoroughly read before dabbling here.
I feel compelled to read up on our idiocy as a state and posting shortly.
If experience is any indication I will actually need to make phone calls to waiting times and eventually, with patience, people who know nothing.
I will post the brand of beer in a few minutes...
Sunday, November 14, 2010
The Tea Parties have been assailed by many and, might I add, poorly, as being any number of violent or ignorant or fascist constructs. You may know an ignorant and poorly read soul by their opposition to the "Tea Party" as it takes a discussion to even understand the movement and an individuals rejection of the trend and an individuals identifying with said trend requires thought.
To reject the "Tea Party" is really to reject the Bill of Rights---I wrote and re-wrote that phrase several times but I must simply state it as I know it, and as I know each and every one whom I have ever met at a Tea Party gathering or whom I have ever met who self-identified as a Tea-Party leaning individual.
A number of years before the Tea Parties I felt a tense and resentful anger towards the MSM.
I had discussions with librarians in which they did not believe the NYTimes was liberal. Subsequently in those discussions they did not understand the objection to and lack of admiration for their "Masters of Library Science". Even when they admitted that an individual who worked for Borders for a year or two could eclipse them in their job duties they would never concede that some level of mandarinization were occurring. They would become highly animated, however, when the notion of replacing them at a lower pay scale with the individual who honed their teeth at Borders would be suggested.
Well, that was a clutz's try to remind folks of how it was before the internet. All of everywhere seemed to be NYTimes, all Newsweek, all liberal fourth estate oikephobic and parlor room trash. I thought I was about to go insane, and this went on for a long and painful era. Then I noticed things like Bill Whittle and Murdoc and Insty and Alphecca and the list grew and grew and I was heartened. It was lonely reading the NYTimes and Newsweek and Time and realizing that the folks who had subscribed to those publications 25 plus years earlier had renewed by rote, with no thought, and had not realized that the periodicals were not the same.
I wish I could go back in time and speak to those people, the journalists and my relatives alike---alas, upon thinking I feel that is a selfish longing not associated with this post.
If you see Bill Whittle's name anywhere persue i!
This man articulates our American Ideals and he seems to speak from MY HEART!!!
Saturday, November 13, 2010
They are not complete outdoor cats, and a wonderful sibling was recently lost to whatever new elements are at play in the region.
I worry greatly.
I won't offer details on the siblings' demise.
The kitties are, however, spending time pining at the door and staring through the glass.
They go through moments of staring and mewing.
I love these kitties and I am not ready to let them out, not now, not after what has happened.
I do have a question to put to you, my wildly cross-sectioned readership. (That's true. I heard one of you likes sports and I once read about NASA. Put us together and...)
So the question is:
IF I DON'T HAVE THE HEART TO RISK THE KITTIES VENTURING OUTDOORS. IF I MUST WATCH THEM PAWING AND MEWING AT THE GLASS...
AM I HOLDING THEM IN "CATIVITY?"
Monday, November 8, 2010
All deductions are based on available evidence. I want access below the shoreline for activities predating 8 or 9 thousand b.c. Shouldn't there be a wonderful impetus to search?
Sunday, November 7, 2010
I walk in the street. It's an added edge in a large city and keeps you on your toes.
Here is a rare photo of yours truly. There were very large numbers of tourists and shutterbugs. Some have equipment that was staggering, made me drool even before I could get close enough to understand what the tool was, just beautiful. I chose to travel light. The snap of me below was taken by a Mongolian lesbian couple, they both were quadruple amputees and blind. I won't get political, but I will say that the level of accommodations necessary to allow them to wander around offering to take photos for tourists seems less than sustainable. What do I know, I'm just a country rube...I can't even take a nice photo, I seem stiff and offputing, as if the photographer were still using flash powder:
The crane above is working to construct the replacements to the World Trade Center. Please take note, if you are a return visitor to this blog, that I intentionally do not capitalize words such as islam or muslim. Cults are held in low regard, murderous cults held beneath contempt.
I will poke around to add info regarding some of the historical sites enjoyed yesterday, including the lovely and cozy Ear Inn. I could not scare up the name of the establisment which we walked over yesterday. I will link it to another post. There are several venerable concerns in the city which vie for oldest or simply espouse their antiquity. I always think on some level of Joeseph Mitchel while enjoying the older aspects of New York. What wonderful writing, thank God the New Yorker was what it was, and a crying shame it is no longer.
Regarding the above, I looked up "smugglers den" and found other locations with similar names. No idea on the derivation of the term. It does seem odd that the upstairs was a "smugglers den" other than it may have been a sailor's area of iniquity.
These ladies arrived to meet us for the day. They were clingy and we had to lose them, but we were very suave and debonair as we did so...
I caught my finger in a door, boy it smarts.
Jimmy knows his walks and interesting places. He tried to sell me a bridge, but I'm no dummy, I only went as far as the substantial downpayment, so no one else can buy it at the moment. Almost like it's mine already.
I bought some cheese that is so stinky I don't know how to tell if it's still any good after being in my pocket all day.
If you don't understand that you likely don't love cheese.
here are several, I may need to do a couple of posts to make them less sprawling. Uploading is sloooowww, also blogger seems to have a mind of it's own on order. I will have to go back and put a caption on them after they are up and I can tell the order. I had a grand time!
Thank you Jimmy!!!
Update Update: See? Sometimes it puts the photos on the bottom, but now they are on top of the text, though in a different order than entered. New post needed.
Friday, November 5, 2010
I really like a good pate, yum, I had some fantastic treats up in Maine.
Dog food varies tremendously, but this is an amusing test. The pdf makes no note of the fact that it was done on new year's eve and likely as a lark with little control or seriousness. Maybe I missed such a note. I will double check.
We have all been desensitized to disgusting material in the last decade. Insects are next, it is underway.
The suggestibility of humans is astounding, and can be used for good or ill.
However, for those that choose to engage in the behavior, I offer the counting device of your dreams. It will count text through technological means, and, yet, (still feeling around for my poetic sense regarding comma placement., Or, should I, say, Co,mma Placement, capitals addressed anon,) AND YET it will count so seemlessly as to feel like magic and be immune to scrutiny.
I'm not saying that Steve Martin sent me this technology, but what I AM saying is that he didn't. He did not so explicitly that, well, it's clear that I was not sent this IN PARTICULAR. It's true.
Here is his Twitter or someone pretending to be Mr. Martin, and this individual, if it's him or even not, they have this technological link, to which I benefit you by linking as well.
Twitter fans are encouraged to thank me in the comments!!
You twitter folks really ought to, and you can even use those emoticon things that smile in the least characters possible--
Thursday, November 4, 2010
Good Lord I love puppies.
Mendel and Colombus were very good, and there was a lovely cross section of k9's to be seen and believe me, they were not just being seen. They were puppying up the whole joint with sniffs and wriggles and odd looks and it was heaven for a dog lover. Mendel was shy and shivering, he even lost it a bit as a large critter scared the living poop out of him.
I must remember paper towels and windex or whatever next time.
Actually a change of clothes all around for that matter. That is a story for another time, sadly.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Perhaps less "politically hued" than popular culturally liberally anti war hued gatherings
This seems to me to be the typical response to "uncool" or otherwise unwanted speech or inquiry at an ostensibly liberal venue. The seeming bitch slap is something I have not experienced as it would have really lead to trouble, likely my own, but trouble nonetheless.
I think it was racial and it clearly exposed a desire for fascist control (subconscious desire for authority with card and I.D. demanding benefits for the militaria which they play act in their febrile mind) or another bruising romp for the "liberals" who claim to clean up after themselves and believe in honest discourse.
We must all agree that if this had occurred under the tea party banner it would have been played all over --- and over --- and over--
Ugh. I really don't like ugly folks who wrongly identify with the tea party movement. Certainly it is less in number and threat than that which it opposes.
I get damned tired of seeing the insanity on the left which is ignored, or filmed in Vaseline lens to advance the degradation of the West.
As always I would love to have dinner with journalists and editors or anyone else who may disagree. Please comment to initiate a dialogue leading to better relations.
Once again I feel compelled to state that the Tea Party functions I have attended were compelling in the polite and welcoming nature. From everything dealing with simple etiquette involving doors to addressing those who were there to agitate with civility and accurate historical and constitutional reference.
I will take the epithet "tea bagger" and gladly choke and metsphorically gag all who wish to apply the tired and juvenile sobriquet...I am a patriot. If my enemies (Obama opened that one up) persist I will teabag the losers.
The silly litter and vile speach and taunting is always on the left. The real deal is on the behalf of the patriots, the constitutionalists, those who believe enough in liberty that they truly recognize the second amendment as an admission of inherent existential right and not some fay tip of the hat to an evolving constitution.
Oh well, a lot of sloppy material to look over. As always, "mess" is in the banner...
I will comfort myself not at all (well, if I must reach for something) regarding Reid it is that he is pro gun.
However I would like to find a clearing house, or, in blog parlance, a "carnival" of alleged voter fraud, as I have read so much on a compelling scale which deserves attention. Federal attention. Attention by that racist corrupt Holder and his racist corrupt election rigging cronies.
Hey, wait a sec...ugh.
I do seem to think that I feared an Obama elected executive branch which would shamelesley, and with the more than blind eye of the felating media, work the election and census fraud to a degree which, not forgetting ICE and acorn and seisu and the rest, would be more than enough to trump elections within 20 point margins. The opposition needn't play the game unless they have proportions that would reveal themselves in the torches, pitchforks, axe handles and the true losers fond desires for the simple pleasures of tar and feathers.
I cannot express the feeling I would have at being on the receiving end of some of the "you have already voted" shennanigens. Don't tell me "you know, the Irish engaged in that", I do believe that between the Irish Boston/Chicago idiocy/legacy and the modern latino twist this nation will default into the 2 percent wealthy, 98 percent sucking garbage and violence which constitutes what so many are attempting to flea. Attempting right into the arms of the Democrats and to the detriment of civilization when done illegally.
The Democrats believe we will know when it is time to curb illegal immigration when they start to find their original conditions in their host huts superior.
At any rate here is the WExaminer on Reid anomalies (riiight...)
A must read:
Leibowitz's smug condescension is worth not one whit.
Tuesday, November 2, 2010
That's a hot topic at the Comedy Central Rally Against Rallies...
Thank the Lord they are so much more smug and global, well informed and intellectual than those tea baggers...
Oh, when do the tea baggers get to demand recrimination and jail time for "hate-speech" offenders?
New blood, something of a "change"?
The man cannot have a dialogue regarding anything at all.
So I conclude that those who throw that switch are doing it BECAUSE he had the child prostitution and for extra stab in the American eye, fanny and loan fiascoes which have derailed our nation.
Mass. is a disaster.
Own up Massholes, if you were the citizens in the 1760-80's we would have been begging for Crown forgiveness and jacking up tea tax.
Yet I see it here as well. Blumenthal...vile. Lord help us...
We would not have a nation if New England were then as it is now.
He is always worth checking in on, and though the holiday just passed, the weather abides some scary audio and hunkering down against any rain or cold.
Also please read and be appropriately appalled by this disgrace involving the Justice Department trying to interfere with citizens who are concerned with voting by illegal aliens.
Please read up on The Motor Voter act and the fraud we all saw, yet the media condemned all for perceiving.
John Fund has written extensively on these matters. The Demo-rats (yes, I am enjoying the juvenalia) worked hard at destroying your votes, in particular with the 1993 motor-votor bill.
The material on these matters is voluminous though buried by the traditional media. Please read up to support your gut instincts with facts. I understand the litigation phase is underway. Litigation phase? Good God, but it's true.
Maybe the Republi-rats should counter on the eight o'clock matter.
By JOHN FUND
"J. Christian Adams,, a former career Justice Department lawyer who resigned recently to protest political interference in cases he worked on, made some news yesterday in testimony before the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
As expected, he claimed that Associate Attorney General Thomas Perrelli, an Obama appointee, overruled a unanimous recommendation by six career Justice attorneys for continued prosecution of members of the New Black Panther Party on charges of voter intimidation in an incident I detailed here yesterday. But Mr. Adams leveled an even more explosive charge beyond the Panther case. He testified that last year Deputy Assistant Attorney General Julie Fernandes made a jaw-dropping announcement to attorneys in Justice's Voting Rights section. She said she would not support any enforcement of a key section of the federal "Motor Voter" law -- Section 8, which requires states to periodically purge their voter rolls of dead people, felons, illegal voters and those who have moved out of state.
According to Mr. Adams, Justice lawyers were told by Ms. Fernandes: "We're not interested in those kind of cases. What do they have to do with helping increase minority access and turnout? We want to increase access to the ballot, not limit it."
If true, Ms. Fernandes was endorsing a policy of ignoring federal law and encouraging potential voter fraud. Ms. Fernandes was unavailable for comment yesterday, but the Justice Department has issued a statement accusing Mr. Adams of "distorting facts" in general and having a political agenda.
But there is some evidence backing up Mr. Adams. Last year, Justice abandoned a case it had pursued for three years against Missouri for failing to clean up its rolls. When filed in 2005, one-third of Missouri counties had more registered voters than voting-age residents. What's more, Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan, a Democrat who this year is her party's candidate for a vacant U.S. Senate seat, contended that her office had no obligation to ensure individual counties were complying with the federal law mandating a cleanup of their voter rolls.
The case made slow but steady progress through the courts for more than three years, amid little or no evidence of progress in cleaning up Missouri's voter rolls. Despite this, Obama Justice saw fit to dismiss the case in March 2009. Curiously, only a month earlier, Ms. Carnahan had announced her Senate candidacy. Missouri has a long and documented history of voter fraud in Democratic-leaning cities such as St. Louis and Kansas City. Ms. Carnahan may now stand to benefit from voter fraud facilitated by the improperly kept voter rolls that she herself allowed to continue.
Mr. Adams' allegations would seem to call for the senior management of Justice to be compelled to testify under oath to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. But Justice is making none of its officials available and is refusing to enforce subpoenas issued by the commission. The more this story develops, the more it appears Justice is engaged in a massive coverup of its politicization of voting rights cases."
So sad, such a chip on his shoulder as well.
I wouldn't even know how to begin to comment with all of the hoops he has dreamed up.
It is simply sad and dismaying.
Again, I wish him well and hope he manages to get his head screwed back on correctly. I don't like the extremes we are forced to countenance these days, and he is certainly one of them.
I had bologna tonight.
I should have done something more like this, yum. I still have a little turkey chilly left, that might be a good combo with this burger:
Alright, so I did post more on politics. Here is a little Carlin on voting or the alternative: