Friday, August 31, 2007

14 year old Mexican indian virgin girls

If you're looking for them, you're just going to have read my other posts.

This really is just a case of taking advice from a crusty old codger whose postings have earned my respect due to his honesty in posting his feelings and a site I drop by because I enjoy his "bits of wit and wisdom."
But I have found that if I don't post some bullshit every day I lose a lot of traffic..and once in a while one needs to mention 14 year old Mexican indian virgin girls just to get the wierdo google hits...

I just haven't been able to reach Guyk's or Misha's intensity on being able to rant about things important to me. I tend to over-analyze most of the time. By the time I get het up, the topic is two days old.

There are topics, like Immigration and islam that set me off with a very short fuse, but those are easy. I've spent time living and/or reading about them, so my opinion has something behind it. It's my opinion, but you're welcome to explain where I'm wrong.

For those of you that went off in my archives looking for 14 year old Mexican indian virgin girls...keep checking back.

Monday, August 27, 2007


After a many months, I stopped checking my Sitemeter numbers and all the info It provides. There were other things to do and time was short, so short, I neglected to post for long periods.

I used to get a kick that when I'd post on Islam, I'd get hits from the ME, Turkey, Greece, and when I'd opine about immigration, I'd get an influx of South American countries. Nobody stayed long, but a hit was a hit.

Today, I look at the stats, and see that I'm down to a close circle of friends. You drop by knock on the door to see if I'm home, If I've posted something new you take some time to skim, if not you try again tomorrow.

This is a thank you to all those that drop by, you are appreciated

Sunday, August 26, 2007


What is a man? Why do we have to ask this question?

I was in High School when the Women's Movement started. I was incredibly confused about what it meant to be me, let alone a man...and women, these were completely alien creatures that terrified me, yet I wanted to get closer to.

Over the years it seems to a lot of people to just relating to shooting somebody, idiots, but one one the best lines for a guy was said by *celestial choir* John Wayne:
"A man's gotta do what a man's gotta do."

This post by Kim Du Toit should tie this all together:
The Pussification Of The Western Male
And make sure to read his wife's take on the article:
The Other Side

Unemployment Is To Low!

6% is way to high and 2% is way to low. You figure it out.
AP Spins Record Low Unemployment as Problem That Could Get Worse
By Noel Sheppard
via: NewsBusters

Friday, August 24, 2007

A Jew In the KKK

This is just funny. I think the Aussie accent really threw them and they were in deep before they knew it. The best part is in the last three or four minutes when He starts discussing exactly how his bloodline should run, and what about his children? You watch it and see.
John Safran tries out for the KKK:

Tour of an Middle Eastern City

It's a little long, mainly repetitious towards the end, but this is where centuries of muslim culture has gotten them.

We're always told of the great scientific and philosophical advancements they made up through their crusade up to Spain. Then funny thing, the advancements stopped.

Of course, if you listen to the asshats over at like this one "tribe":
Afghanistan is neither a Muslim country or a country that thrives on oil. Afghanistan's highest export is fucking opium. It has nothing to do with oil.

Afganistan, not muslim? Then who the hell are the taliban, al queda and the mujahideen?

As far as opium, don't they know the price of heroin on the market? if they'd quit trying to kill each other and OPEC it, they could get some of the booty, rather than the middle man. You put Pablo Escobar over there, he'd be making a nickel a pod rather than five pods for a nickel ( or however they sell the crap).

Of course these arguments have little bearing here, as Medina is actually located in Saudi Arabia, the richest kingdom in the ME.
Check out the Urban Renewal of the beeeatifuuull city of Medina.

Medina Flying:

Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Has It Been A Week?

Man, how can time go by so fast? I'm on "vacation", but due to circumstances, haven't gone anywhere. It was more a point of using up a few days, because I don't think they'll let me carry over any unused days to next year. I'm using four days this time, but with my long change that's 9 days off. I go back on a Saturday, so it should be quiet, work Sunday and Monday, then I'm off again Tuesday and Wednesday.

Blackiswhite blew through my area last weekend without so much as a "How do ya do?" I just don't understand people that would rather spend their two days with the wife sans kids, than set aside three or four hours on an internet acquaintance.

And BisW, as far as:
After driving through L.A. on Sunday, I have to say that I don't get the attraction. Ventura was nice.
L.A. is like N.Y., If you've been around long enough, you can find the upsides to living here, and they do exist. Ventura is nice, but the COL there drove my parents to *shudder* Portland.

I think I'll vacation for a bit and see if I get in the mood for a "hard" post later. I've just skimmed news for the last week. This is suppose to be a rest period and news has a tendency to wind me up.

Thursday, August 16, 2007


I'm taking a vacation! In 2006 I stared asking for time away from work in May...but we were always going to have a big thing happening "that week", so I put it off and put it off. When it got to November, I asked again and was told "no". I said being policy is use it or lose it, I would "for the good of the company", could carry it over this time, I'll wait. If not, I'm on vacation as of now and you'll see me in 3 weeks.

The powers that be decided I would be allowed to carry my time over. According to records, I've used 6 days in January, I must have been really out of it, because I honestly don't remember taking the time...but I also took two days going to see my Father before he died.

No, I didn't run up to Portland say "Bye, Dad" and come home. My schedule has a 5 day "long break" in it so I was able to be up there 6 days. I had to travel by train due to financial things, so instead of a two hour flight (if direct) it was a 26 hour....not bad ordeal.

Now I'm finding myself back in the same situation again. I have 13 days vacation and the end of the year is fast approaching. (I should mention here that vacation between Thanksgiving and New Years is verboten..due to a senior guy putting in for it on Jan 1st every year, and with only five guys working there, it kinda rubs the wrong way).

But, I'm off. I don't have to be back until 1:00 PM a week from Saturday. Not planning on going anywhere, nor do I have plans for the next week. I'm going to do what I want to do. Which may be not much. The boy has to work, so until we go to get his "new" car from Grandma in October, I have no obligations hanging over me.

I picked the video at the top because the Go Go's seemed like they were into the song on this tape.

The Idjit Vote

I always knew it, but now it's on the net, so my belief is supported.

From The Onion

In The Know: Candidates Compete For Vital Idgit Vote

Next time you vote, look at the people there with you. Chances are that if there are more than 4 voters there, one is an idjit.

Monday, August 13, 2007

Your Underwear Is The Wrong Color

The gift that just keeps on giving?

After my last post I just happened to run into this: Saudi Cleric Muhammad Al-Munajid: Western "Beasts" Use Colored Underwear to Conceal Their Filth

Good g-d. We use toilet paper instead of our left hand! Next thing you know, we'll say screwing a goat is wrong under all circumstances. Whereas if you screw a goat and sell it to another tribe, that's okay. Praise allah.

Religion of Peace: Why Christianity is and Islam Isn’t

O.K., I disappear for a week, then I go post crazy. I do have a long list in front of me of stuff I wanted to write about, but I'm a lazy bastard and didn't get around to it. After reading everyone else take on something, I try to step back and let it simmer. That doesn't work so well with a blog, you tend to be behind the news curve by the time you've got your position down.

This interview with Robert Spencer over at Hot Air is definitely worth your time. It is a quick synopsis of why we need to be vigilant about the creeping acceptance of Sharia Law into our daily lives. A new interpretation of law that has not been written, just imposed, so as not to offend a sect of our society.

Religion of Peace: Why Christianity is and Islam Isn’t

I'm short of funds right now,,so I can't buy it, but have added it to my library reserve list

Now That There Is Funny

I don't care who you are.

From: Latino Comedy Project

Check out their other videos, they've got a great sense of humor.

Science and Islam

The religious state of Islamic science

Turkish-American physicist Taner Edis explains why science in Muslim lands remains stuck in the past -- and why the Golden Age of Mesopotamia wasn't so golden after all.

By Steve Paulson

In October, Malaysia's first astronaut will join a Russian crew and blast off into space. The news of a Muslim astronaut was cause for celebration in the Islamic world, but then certain questions started popping up. How will he face Mecca during his five daily prayers while his space ship is whizzing around the Earth? How can he hold the prayer position in zero gravity? Such concerns may sound absurd to us, but the Malaysian space chief is taking them quite seriously. A team of Muslim scholars and scientists has spent more than a year drawing up an Islamic code of conduct for space travel.

This story illustrates the obstacles that face scientists in Muslim countries. While it's always risky to draw generalizations about Islam, even conservative Muslims admit that the Islamic world lags far behind the West in science and technology. This is a big problem for Muslims who envy the economic and military power of the United States.

What's so striking about the Muslim predicament is that the Islamic world was once the unrivaled center of science and philosophy.

While I don't unnecessarily, have any problem with this in this particular case because it is kind of an interesting predicament. I dunno, maybe a crew mate can hold a foot and spin him around while he prays.

The main thing about this story that really bothers me is the way Muslim's can't figure out the simplest things themselves. Don't believe me? Go here to "Ask the Imam" and peruse the littlest things these people worry about doing wrong and offending allah.

If there is anything a person can do, you had better ASK THE IMAM before you do it or your going to hell because you forgot to wash your feet first.

I think Christianity has a leg up here, There are 10 rules to follow, easy to remember and while not always easy, really not to hard to follow

Sunday, August 05, 2007

Who'd a thought?

This is one of the funniest things I've seen since....the last time something was the funniest. I just couldn't believe a snake climbing a tree to get away from a rabbit.

“We control this House, not the parliamentarians!”

So says Steny Hoyer, House Majority Leader, after dropping a quick gavel on a bill that dealt with giving money to the illegals. So much for the Dem's end of corruption.

Angela, a poster, at The Influence Peddler sez:
If this stands, it's the end of the Republic.

I know that sound like a line from the Black Helicopter/Chemtrails crowd, but I am gravely concerned about this. I've been a practicing attorney for 32 years, and a Democrat for 40.

We were told that Bush would destroy the Constitution, ignore votes, rig elections and disenfranchise the public. That is exactly what the Democratic leadership has just done.

If this stands, votes will no longer be needed in the house, the Democratic leadership can decide what the outcomes will be - including the outcomes of their own caucus votes.
5:27 PM

What was wrong? The Dem's have totally ignored parliamentary rule and are trying to say it was just a mistake and won't happen again. I've heard the whimpering about the Repub's holding open a vote longer than normal, the difference there was they followed procedure to get extra time, that's allowed, not normal, but it's legal.

Watch this guy and see how comfortable he is with what, I assume, he was ordered to do:

freebies for ILLEGALS that couldn't get passed on "Immigration Reform Bills" now gets tacked onto an agriculture bill.

The end of corruption?

Saturday, August 04, 2007

From a Front Battling PC

Want to know what's in store for the U.S. if we keep up with the crap the Politically Correct crowd is continuously foisting on us?

Go read this posting from someone living in Eunikistan and is watching his neighboring country swirl the bowl. The Death of Sweden
According to them, this is done in order to fight against capitalist exploitation and for a global, classless society. Their logic goes something like this: If you protest against Muslim immigration, you suffer from Islamophobia, which is almost the same as xenophobia, which is almost the same as racism. And racists are almost Fascists and Nazis, as we all know, and they shouldn't be allowed to voice their opinions in public. Hence, if you protest against being assaulted or raped by Muslims, you are evil and need to be silenced. If a native Swede is really lucky, he or she will thus first get mugged or battered by Muslims, and then beaten up a second time by his own extreme Leftists for objecting to being beaten the first time.

You can't say you don't see signs of this here. CAIR wants it so if you se someone if you notice someone acting tense and out of the ordinary, and the guy is Middle Eastern looking and you point it out to someone, you are a racist ! Doesn't matter what the prvocation was. La Raza says if you report 15 guys living in the 2 bdrm house down the block, you are a racist!

Wednesday, August 01, 2007

This is a day off for me (Sunday?), and I was reading a book on the couch and Glen Beck just finished, so I switched over to Bill O'Reilly to see whether he was "looking out for me" or not...I was greeted with devastation.

A bridge over the Mississippi in Minneapolis had collapsed during rush hour.

It looks nasty, very much like what I"ve seen and experienced after an earthquake, so I am not , in no stretch of your warped little minds, going to minimize the terror these people are going through.

BUT, 1 hour and 15 minutes after this event occurred, the Department of Homeland Security releases their statement of "It's not a Terrorist Attack". Hell, haven't they installed a button on Chertoff's wrist watch yet that he hits the moment anything happens and that message goes out? You know, to calm the masses and prevent the genocide of...Muslims?

I will admit that during the initial pictures I was going "Oh. please, don't let this be terrorism." I was not thinking "I'm gonna kill me some ragheads for this".

Like our military's restraint at Falluja, I will not let myself be suckered into a knee-jerk reaction that, in this case, may prove to be "an act of G-d", or a low bid construction company doing the repair work on the bridge at the time.

I'll wait, I'll watch, and I'll expect the person(s) responsible to be held in account for what happened.