Friday, December 31, 2010


Innocuous and amusing though perhaps not suitable for work, via The Sniper:

Snow Cleared Roadway In Japan

via Gizmodo these are quite impressive photos. There is also video:

New York Looks Like Snow Zombieland—But It's Nothing Compared to Japan
New York Looks Like Snow Zombieland—But It's Nothing Compared to Japan

New York Looks Like Snow Zombieland—But It's Nothing Compared to Japan

Thursday, December 30, 2010


I just viewed the film.

Everyone should watch. Those individuals deserve every thought and honor and respect we can convey.

And more

Hello Kitty Fetus?

Er--such an adorable zygote..?...Ugh...

via Kitty Hell

hello kitty fetus

hello kitty fetus in jar

Wednesday, December 29, 2010

A Zombie Christmas

This is beautiful and haunting, delicate and inspiring. God Bless Us, Every One:

Update: I just watched that again and I am all choked up...The season and the sentiments, that is a beautiful carol.

Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Just Talked with Jimmy

God bless him

What's the phrase? Give me a cadre, a platoon? Chilling:

If I had ten divisions of those men, then our troubles here would be over very quickly. You have to have men who are moral … and at the same time who are able to utilize their primordial instincts to kill without feeling … without passion … without judgment … without judgment. Because it's judgment that defeats us.

Relating him to that quote is either high Honor or confusion and insanity.

I assert the former, God Bless ya Jimmy

So much to think about in that quote---

There is Beaucoup material in the last ten years regarding the bitter sweet dynamic of the young Vietnamese internalising and striving to the Western template. Paul Theroux has a brief interlude with a woman who lived through the war and operates a war museum and her children want to move to America. How strange must that feel after the collapse of the lie of communism and the horrific hell you went through until the enormous and brilliant beast relented?

The enormous and brilliant beast, I say, is not just the U.S.A. but it's freedom. It's scary potentials.

Some say you can measure a nation or people by how they treat their prisoners or landless or whatever their happy assertion may be at the time...I think that the proof is so obvious...

If you have had a set of ideals which opposes all who would be king, (separation of powers) and thus left crevices for liberty and oportunity, you win by losing to that paradigm.

You then judge a country by the fact that you are better off losing to it...






Mexico...Screw La Raza...We should have taken another thousand miles and we would all be better off...

The U.S.A wins, Japan wins. Korea wins.

You can measure the worth of the assailed American way by this: Are you better off losing to her?

Thursday, December 23, 2010

Witches and Probing Cats

Also over at Legal Insurrection this compelling interview with an individual with experience involving the Jew Witches down at Gitmo:

Interviewer: Give me an example of witchcraft.

Walid Muhammad Hajj: Witchcraft was used on most of the guys.

Interviewer: They would cast a spell on them?

Walid Muhammad Hajj: Yes, but by the grace of Allah, through frequent reading of the Koran and invocation of the names of Allah, they managed to withstand this.


Interviewer: Did they ever use witchcraft on you?

Walid Muhammad Hajj: There was one attempt.

Interviewer: How did they do it?

Walid Muhammad Hajj: Once, when I was sleeping – on the floor, not on a bed – I suddenly felt that a cat was trying to penetrate me. It tried to penetrate me again and again. I recited the kursi verse again and again until the cat left.

Interviewer: But there wasn't really any cat there?

Walid Muhammad Hajj: Absolutely not.

Those Mediterranean tabbies are pretty artful, and so far from home down in the Caribbean, but by the good curses of Allah he managed to escape a feline hook-nosed prison defloration!!!(Wow am I giving this terrorist way to much credit. I think maybe the spellcraft kitty just didn't want to go there, where so many a goat and dunky had trod before.)

Truly the religion of peace!!!

Allahu--ahh, whatever you fill in the rest.

Zombies Over the Holidays?

Via Legal Insurrection this fine educational film regarding the wise steps to maintain the lovely holidays and keep the undead at bay.

I particularly enjoy rule number four:


Vote for the weirdest science of the year, via Insty.

Also, via Insty, and at the NYTimes, fear that a supreme court justice diminishes their freedom and independence of judgement and/or credibility by speaking to a group which advocates adhering to the constitution.

Remember, when people say the constitution is some sort of bygone rubric which is reinvented each generation, they are saying it has no meaning other than the wishes and caprices of every jackass generation.

In which camp you find the NYTimes.

Lastly, also yet again from Instapundit, the "turducken of silly" and it involves the interbreeding of ancient peoples. Humans? Sure, I'll insult all of them with the term, but the real story is more interesting than that, here.

Liberals are Monsters

I am glad I saw this before the mall.

Someone will get a toy gun for xmass.

These people really are sick to try and what?...Brainwash and traumatize children to neuter the populace so the government has less to fear?

I hope they rot in hell, and I, for one, will be exercising a right today that I had not intended to before seeing the article.

I also commit to buying another gun and stat.

These people are truly sick and vile. God help us, a toy gun buy back. Here's some fake lipstick buddy boy, the good news is we'll let you pick which public bathrooms to pretend to put it on where's that red ryder?

I hope they rot in hell.

I have such fond memories of toy guns, one bought for me by an aunt, which I cherished. One purchased by my father over the objections of a sister who has perhaps different sentiments on the matter after playing with a nice nerf gun last year.

Damn did Dad get me the cadillac of toy guns for my birthday that year!!!

I am still grinning, God Bless him and his sonorous ever ready contempt for silly a-holes (and I'm referencing Rhode Island and letting my sister off the hook on that sentiment right there).

Thank you Aunt T and Dad:)))

Bad Timing

Became ill this week. Wanted to add a few items and fix bad posts but when, quite ill, I made the attempt it became apparent that I had been remiss on the bill.

Just turned it back on...waaaay late on the Christmas foraging and still ill, but the calendar is set.

Will have to adjust items later and get emails etc. perhaps this evening.

Rats...really bad timing. Usually I might ask if something is going around, but now I merely wish that I am the only one, this could really disrupt Santa's itinerary for some households.

I look forward to fixing some things on the blog, they are quite glaring and poor even for a site with "Mess" in the banner...

Merry Christmas though;)

Monday, December 20, 2010

Puppies and Epileptics

I can't play the sound on my computer right now...From what I glean I believe cripples have been empowered with the responsibility of culling the adorable puppy herd of possible epileptic young-uns...

Take a look...God Bless those cripples killing those deformed and mal-genetic poochies, (hope I'm not wrong about anything. Seems like the most valid deduction)


If you are purchasing an item for a man, look no further than the Surefire company.

They make outstanding and combat proven material which every household in these United States should have an example of and a story regarding.

Here is one such testimonial from the surefire site:

Thursday, December 16, 2010

Luciferase Genes

Oh Lord!!

What's worse, the fact that I remember the story behind luciferase (I love it like a little boy loves fireworks. Or rather I love that they discovered or isolated it, and for the same little boy reason. I do also remember reading about the process of discovery years ago, but I can't find a good accounting of the fascinating process...stay away from that Britannica site, never thought I would say that...ugh) or the notion that the cancerous cells are the gateway to understanding the clock on the matter or that fact that for the third or fourth night I am posting this past 1 a.m. and I am miserable?

"To find the drug, researchers led by Tsuyoshi Hirota attached luciferase genes to some human bone cancer cells so the cells glowed in response to changes in the cell’s circadian rhythms. Then a genetic research robot screened more than 120,000 potential molecular compounds to see which ones had an effect on those rhythms. The robot singled out the most promising compounds for further study. "

(Here is the URL, I have been trying to post them because I have found that over years links get funky and the old URL can be a clue when researching:

Lighthouse Wow

Encased in ice, amazing:

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Electric Toothbrush Replacement Head

My toothbrush is above. The lovely young instructor makes it all look so easy:

I remember having such a wand some point in time,

soon after there was much frustration and struggle, moderate cursing

along with snaps and

buzzing on various orders. Damnit.

It's a quarter after 3 a.m., what are you folks up to?

On the bright side thanks to that pretty girl I now know how to

change out my

toothbrush:) (how do I emoticon a smile with a missing couple of


P.S. that's nasty dry toothpaste snapped around the brush for anyone who is asking...

Update: Lord how I hate sleepless nights. Am now half a zombie.

Many Prayers

Many Prayers are going out.

It was very cold and blustery, New England in December.

Full Military Honors, God Bless that good family, God Bless him.

Monday, December 13, 2010

Inner City Horses

Our racist Western Civilization is finally giving inner city and delinquent horses a chance at greatness. Can they use that term "Thoroughbreds"? Nobody ever knows who the studs really are in those demographics...

I'm sure there are some jokes around that notion, but according to liberal doctrine if you drive a flashy car and are into guns and attempting masculine displays for females you must be overcompensating. And yet that is the entire comportment of an inner-city gang-banging hip-hopping drug dealer. We have been told an entirely separate rubric to entertain regarding that cultural construct. So what to make of this inner city anabolic talent?

Via SDA, very funny:

New Horse-Racing Initiative Aimed At Training Thoroughbreds From Inner City

December 10, 2010 | ISSUE 46•49

I Love That Xtranormal

via Powerline:

A Simple Carol

via The Other McCain

Via Another Althouse Commenter

We get to see this snippet of a Jim Morrison interview in 1970. He clearly percieves the advent and flourishing of rap and techno as the blogger notes.

Via Dichotomies
whom I noticed over at Althouse:

Althouse provides a lovely little salon, I enjoy the launching point provided by other people's arguments and links and thoughts.

Thank you Dichotomies

God Bless

Our good friend D.K. and family lost their father early Sunday. Deep and sincere condolences are extended, his Dad was a very nice guy with a neat sense of humor, smarts and he enjoyed going to work out. I remember vividly the few times I spoke with him and you could tell he was a good person.

God Bless him and the family, our prayers are going out to them.

Stephen Breyer

Saw his segment on Wallace.


American Rhetoric looks like quite the nice resource, saw it on the blog of one Freeman Hunt, a frequent commenter over at Althouse.

Friday, December 10, 2010

Helicopter Friday

Chinook extraction, a highly compelling Chinook extraction.

I find it mesmerizing and inspiring.

I find that footage so compelling words fail, (I even reused "compelling").

God Bless those soldiers! God Bless them and their families from the bottom of the heart!

I will put up a few links for veterans groups that are worth contributing towards. They are a wonderful avenue and provide a genuine positive assisstance to participate in at this time of year or any other. I will ask Jimmy as well, he knows some good ones as I recall.

There was some sort of silly friction with the group that I participated in for Thanksgiving and Easter and Christmas, though it was not military in focus, and now I am unaware of how it all stands for this season. I believe I will just show up to help box and deliver and speed matters along, why must people resort to being people and making things all awkward anyhow in the first place;)?

Adam knows of what I speak I believe...

Chinook via Boortz

On a related matter does anyone have any interest in a resumption of Helicopter Friday?

A comment or an email will be appreciated, it certainly has been quite a while, time zips by so...

Your vote counts!

No votes mean "No!", as do an absence of votes, and in that event, so be it.

God Bless The United States of America!!!

Thursday, December 9, 2010

Peter Schiff

I never had the chance to vote for him because I am not a filthy Democrat or a rotten Republican, I am just a simple little Independent. This state needs a wave of common sense and patriotism and a thrilling welling up of liberty and heart and soul as from a divine spring, and badly.

Kukri Humor

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Is It Me?

Or does Firefox absolutely suck nowadays?

Please respond and be honest, I need to know where the suck from my 'puter ends and the collapse I hear anecdotally of Firefox begins.

Not me, much out there such as this.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

December 7, 1941

Bing has an image up on their home page, they always have a beautiful homepage.

I heard some first hand accounts of being trapped in the Arizona and the difficulties of the rescuers in getting through the hull and the labyrinth below to save sailors, very stirring material.

Truly one of the great sagas in human history.

Insane nation savages it's neighbors and then takes a swipe at a behemoth which would prefer to be left alone. (take your oil embargo crap and stick it. Then go read "The Rape of Nanking" and then learn about Korea). Behemoth arises and invents super death bomb and smites the freaks, have I mentioned my bat signed by Paul Tibbets? I want to keep mentioning it, makes me grin.

At any rate, I am glad they lost, but more to the point is that you can determine a great nation by the fact that those who lose to them are blessed in their capitulation.


Maggie's Farm has the three parts of what look like a fascinating program called "The Obsidian Trail".

That stuff gets crazy sharp. I have handled samples that were really quite sharp, and have been assured that they get much more so.

I like sharp things.

There is a time and a place, certainly, if I must add a caveat.

What On Earth?

The LG pond man commercial?


Boggles the mind.

Update: First of all might I take a moment to say to Hell with Firefox. I don't believe that I am the only person watching it crash over and over and over, get bogged, 'fess up to being embarrassed. It is not the program it was, despite my own computer issues, from those I speak with Firefox now stinks in it's own rot. Feel free to chime in.

I am simply at this point going WallyWorld with this post and this will be another time I am trying to zip out something that should and did take mere moments, and started out as a silly bit of fun:

I don't believe that Pond Man is being portrayed

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Carly Foulkes




by Carly Foulkes, the astoundingly talented and stunningly adept, ready for any ability Carly Foulkes!

Unless she did portray the Pond Man, I believe she may be capable of the Jedi Mind Meld which can be quite convincing. (She is the T-Mobile 4g girl just so I don't seem so insane with this bonkers update. Honestly, the first update was amusing...)

Wow do I resent Firefox right now. The post I had put up was fun and quick and enjoyable. Darnit, may just leave this in draft, grrrrr. I want to smash my computer more than admire Carly's talents, poor girl. Any comments, you folks are experiencing the Firefox misery also?

Couldn't care less about mistakes or misspellings etc. after this asinine ordeal at this point. I forget what I started out updating and how, quite frankly.

----Oh, the other portion of the update had to do with the couple who are on the Hyundai commercials and are delightful. They are Pomplamoose, I will put up a separate post tomorrow after this Firefox debacle.

I HATE YOU FIREFOX. Never wanted to say that.

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Old Scrap

Just this evening I found a scrap of paper with the title and author of a book I wanted to read very badly about ten or more years ago.

I went everywhere and could not buy or borrow the item. Yale, several points in NYC and points outside and in between.

Now we have this internet thingy, so, while I don't have various astute individuals(clerks)looking at me like I had invented a title, I still am having trouble with procuring the text--er, update: just found it:

The title of the item speaks, The Death of Humane Medicine and the Rise of Coercive Healthism:

A scrap of paper and a thought from ten years ago, and yet it proves to some degree that those fearing the pernicious creep of societies judgement and the governments vile coercion were not fools. They were correct, and too meek to thwart, which is in itself a disgrace.

That having been said without reading the book, but having read quite a bit on the matter of public health policy particularly in light of the tobacco fiasco.

Would still like to read that book...

Electric Eel

Everyone has likely seen this already but I can simply not avoid posting it, via boingboing, a Japanese Christmas tree is powered by an electric eel. After viewing this I can't look at anything without imagining it powered by electric eels. The electric toothbrush notion is a little icky but can't you imagine a treadle attached to the eel tank which would agitate it when you needed more power?

Is it me, or is there something more than vaguely sinister about his conjecture regarding harnessing the power of all the electric eels in the world? I'm thinking we have a glimpse at a neophyte James Bond villain here.

Saturday, December 4, 2010


I like NPR, as all who know me likely realize. They have many nice pieces on science and daily life and all manner of human interest.

They are also shills for Obama and propagandists for liberals, with the bonus of being exceedingly condescending and arrogant.

I resent the fact that I can write their stories before they can, if given the topic.

Illegal immigration? Give me some back sound of children crying and a young woman afraid for the family future. Then back that up with a sonorous older white male speaking with implied hostility towards humanity.

Guns? You guess. Take a stab at it...lots of talk regarding drive by shootings and children in gangs, a smattering of school massacres and nothing sane from those who understand that gun laws don't trump murder laws when it comes to the decisions of murderers. An NPR employee wouldn't know a rifle from a boomerang. Unless they had just returned from Australia at which time they would write upon how wrong we have everything in this country compared to those nations far afield.

Taxes? Well it would seem that the liberal wealthy can't figure out how to take it upon themselves to donate to the I.R.S. and pay what they insist ought to be paid. You will hear clips of the wealthy, especially liberal senators, insisting upon armed coercion (tax hikes at the ultimate insistence of the I.R.S. and the Federal goons) at the same time that they dodge their own taxes, all without any difficult or pressing questions.

Am I wrong? Anyone? Bueller?

Here is an interesting account of an individuals recognition of the avoidable NPR corruption regarding open and honest reporting. They propagandize on our dime. They also lie. When asked if they need government tit they say it's a small portion of their dues. When asked if they can get by on corporate grants and donations they say they need uncle Sam's nipple.

They fudge the accounting according to whom they are speaking with...they wash their accounting through various foundations and quasi governmental constructs and they dodge every query while grubbing and grubbing.

Here is a Pajamas Media piece which is bold enough to mention NPR's money laundering and lies:

At any rate here is the link:

via the always fascinating GreatSatan'sGirlfriend.

Also it has been quite a spell since I have posted, will post regularly and make a point of it, so you are warned...

Here via WingsOverIraq is a lovely animation with one Mr. Assange, the language is clearly NSFW: