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Eye Bleach Time

Sunday, December 18th, 2016

Ralphie was nothing to write home about when he was 7 years old, but now that he’s 63, it certainly looks as though Old Man Time has given the poor bastard a series of kicks squarely in his fat, disgusting face.

Seeing these types of now-and-then photo’s really drives home the point, that if you drink way too much, abuse drugs, and engage in dirty sex with disease ridden whores, you can expect to go from being a pretty ugly little boy to an extremely weathered old rag of a human when you get older.


Good For Thee But Not For Me – The Journal *News* Arms Up

Wednesday, January 2nd, 2013

Remember a few week’s ago when that liberal rag, The Journal *News*, published an interactive map of pistol permit holders names and addresses in Rockland and Westchester counties? Well, the *News* was so *alarmed* by the negative response that they hired armed security guards:

A Clarkstown police report issued on December 28, 2012, confirmed that The Journal News has hired armed security guards from New City-based RGA Investigations and that they are manning the newspaper’s Rockland County headquarters at 1 Crosfield Ave., West Nyack, through at least tomorrow, Wednesday, January 2, 2013.
According to police reports on public record, Journal News Rockland Editor Caryn A. McBride was alarmed by the volume of “negative correspondence,” namely an avalanche of phone calls and emails to the Journal News office, following the newspaper’s publishing of a map of all pistol permit holders in Rockland and Westchester.
Due to apparent safety concerns, the newspaper then decided to hire RGA Investigations to provide armed personnel to man the location.
Private investigator Richard Ayoob is the administrator of RGA. He told the Clarkstown Police on Friday, December 28 that there had been no problems on site at the Journal News headquarters despite the massive influx of phone calls and emails.

Keep in mind that Editor Caryn McBride didn’t actually receive any threats, and that at no time was she or her staff under any danger. Editor Caryn McBride hired armed guards (guards with guns, not just arms) not because she feared for what has happened, but what could possibly, maybe, a slight chance, one-in-a-million, ya never the hell know what could happen. Sort of like a homeowner having a gun not because he knows there’s going to be a break in and a wife-raping, but because there’s a chance that MIGHT happen.

However, had McBride and the powers-that-be been smarter, they would have just erected a big sign saying “Gun Free Zone” above the doorway at the entrance of the *News*. That kind of liberal progressiveness has solved the problem of weapons offenses at every mall, school, and gun-free city across the entire United States.


The [C]onservative Party

Friday, March 25th, 2011

Did you catch the election fever on that hot, sweaty Tuesday of March 22, 2011? That unseasonable warmth was necessary and sufficient proof for Global Warming. I thought about this as I had a smoke before attending a political meeting, to listen to a speaker. A spring election was in the air; it was not until the morning that winter came back. Five centimeters of snow, and I watched a car plow into another at the skating rink that is Woodbine and Danforth. Are you ready for a spring election? What of the Conservative party? Are they attractive to the voters? For that matter, what do they stand for? When you talk to one, they may look XX, but are they really XY? It is like buying a used car, really, or an antique sofa. The pillows are shapely and new, but they do not match the armrests. Has a cactus been sitting there? So, tell me Fenris, about the party of squares and WASP’s.


Thinking about the Unthinkable

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

The things we find unthinkable are the things we fear. Why think about that? Take the worst case scenario: you are a well-equipped survivalist: you have your retreat, your bunkers, your years supplies of food. But the disaster that comes is one you are not prepared for. This is unthinkable, and, for everybody, not just survivalists, to be caught unprepared, in general, fills people with fear. What could a prepared survivalist be unprepared for? Being prepared is their strong point. So, I suspect that the number of things that they have not thought about is few, and as picked over as a week old carcass in the California desert.


Healthcare Sludge Passes

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

By now you’re all too aware that heathcare *reform* narrowly passed last night in the congress. Your blood pressure is probably still bubbling, your heart is probably still racing, and your disgust probably hasn’t lessened one iota.

So what should you do in the immediate?

Nothing. Not a bloody thing.

Wash your hands of it. Walk away from all news reports about it. For now, forget about it.

Take a week off from this subject, you’ve been inundated with *news* about healthcare *reform* for months, and now for the most part, it’s over. You need to re-energize, collect yourself, take a week off to clear your mind. And when you come back, after the week or two or three, you’ll have a head full of steam, you’ll be able to think clearly, you’ll be a machine.

And that’s what it’s going to take if you want to decimate the communists in November. That’s what it’s going to take to rid the US of the commie in the White House in 2012.

For now though, do nothing, this fight has been fought. It was never a fair fight, but it’s over.

And don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying stay away from Mitchieville for weeks on end. On the contrary, you need to triple and quintooople your visits to Mitchieville. The Mayor knows what ails ya, The Mayor has your medicine.

Are Philly kids too fat or is it Philly City Council?

Thursday, March 4th, 2010

Fat-free Philly?

I’ve been trying to drastically reduce my intake of sugary drinks, and decide it’s impossible. Even 300 ml of apple juice contains as much sugar as the equivalent amount of pop, although these are natural fruit sugars instead of the corn syrup they normally put in those types of sugary drinks. Mom and Dad should probably be making those decision, to protect their kids, right?


Hugs Not Drugs

Saturday, February 13th, 2010


It would be easy to feel sorry for that baby, but trust me when I say there is no need to whatsoever. After all, he did become vice-president of the United States of America in 2008.

That picture should fill in a lot of the missing pieces of that keraaaaaazy puzzle.

Happy Black & Orange Day

Saturday, October 31st, 2009


Concerned that the word “Halloween” might be offensive to some cultures and religions, some schools in Toronto have now changed the name to Black & Orange Day. Such a controversial issue this is in the beurocrats’ mind that a handy dandy teaching resource for “Dealing  With Controversial and Sensitive Issues in Toronto District School Board Classrooms” was released and six major concerns were addressed”:

1.  “Halloween is a religious day of significance for Wiccans and therefore should be treated respectfully.”

2.  “Peer and social/media consumer pressures target all children and their families as consumers of costumes, makeup, food products, etc. Many students and their families can feel this socio-economic marginalization keenly.”

3.  “The images and icons associated with consumer-oriented Halloween can come into conflict with some students’ and their families’ religious beliefs.”

4.    “The food products that are marketed heavily during the Halloween period can come into conflict with students’ and their families’ dietary habits.”

5.    “Some students have had first-hand traumatic experiences of violence that make talking about death, ghosts, etc., extremely alienating.”

6.    “Many recently arrived students in our schools share no background cultural knowledge of trick-or-treating or the commercialization of death as ‘fun.’”

Many years ago I lived beside a family of Evangelical Christians. Nicest, most polite family you will ever meet. When it came time for Halloween, they would pull their kids out of school for the day. At night, they took their children up to their church and the congregation had a little party for all the kids, sans costumes. They never celebrated Halloween and didn’t believe in the rituals associated with it.

This was about 20 years ago. At that time, there was the same discussion going on in some Ontario school boards – whether they should ban Halloween in the schools because it might offend some children and/or their families. Same debate essentially, just two decades prior.

At the time this was going on, I asked my neighbour what he thought about all of it. He told me he wished the school boards would pipe down and just go on with business as usual. He was worried that if idiotic rules were applied for Halloween and some of the activities were cancelled or altered, other students would associate his  kids as part or all of the reasons why Halloween was altered/canceled. Basically, he didn’t want his kids to get picked on, or worse, all because some unnamed, faceless bureaucrat(s) is hooked on power.

My ex-neighbour also didn’t believe it was right that the population should have to change their ways because of his  faith and views. Halloween is part of our culture, it’s another distinct marker that makes us a wee bit different from everyone else. He knew the relevance of it, he had no inclination to tinker with it.

The Mayor also knows many Moslems and Jews, and I can tell you firsthand that they don’t care one iota that Halloween is about ghosts and ghouls, costumes and candy. These people just want to fit in and have the Canadian experience. They love being part of our (Canadian) celebrations, in a large measure that’s why they came to these shores. Taking that away from them is cruel. Denying them this is racist. Yes, racist. Or sexist. Or homophobic. Possibly a combination of all three.

Changing the name Halloween to Black & Orange Day is yet another power grab by faceless idiots who enjoy making life miserable for everyone. They don’t care about new Canadians or old Canadians, what they care about is driving a wedge between them. When you hear people talk about this subject now, you hear them say, “if these immigrants don’t like it, they can leave.” But it’s not the immigrants that are trying to alter Halloween, it’s the faceless bureaucrats that have taken it upon themselves to be the spokespeople for the immigrants.

The faceless idiots believe in divide and conquer. It’s the activist mentality. Here’s how it works:

1) Come up with a problem that doesn’t exist

2) Expose problem, make it into a crisis through sketchy studies and research

3) get funding and try to solve problem through new, giant bureaucracy

And that’s where we are at with this.

1) “OH MY GOD, religious groups and certain cultures are offended by Halloween” (even though they aren’t).

2) Wiccans and “Many recently arrived students” are having a big problem with this (they aren’t)

3) Hence, the “”Dealing  With Controversial and Sensitive Issues in Toronto District School Board Classrooms” teaching resource (Let’s send this out to committee. Sign cheque here).

Halloween is fine the way it is. You will see that when all sorts of children of different backgrounds come to your door tonight trying to mooch candies and sweets from you. Give them what you have, this may be one of your last chances to be involved in this soon-to-be-dead experience. However, if a short-hair 45 ish year old lady comes up to your door and starts acting like she has a pickle up her ass, that may very well be one of those faceless bureaucrats I was talking about. You are free to release the hounds.

Can I Buy You A Car?

Friday, July 17th, 2009


This past week, Ontario premier, Dalton McGuinty, announced his liberal government will provide up to a $10,000.00 rebate for those who are buying plug-in hybrid vehicles:

On Wednesday Ontario Canada’s Premier Dalton McGuinty announced that the Ontario government would provide buyers of plug-in hybrid vehicles a rebate of $4000 to $10,000 dollars for cars purchased after July 1, 2010.  A $7500 tax credit exists for the Volt in the US.

McGuinty said “we want to make it easier to buy green cars,” and pledged a goal of 1 in 20 cars to be electric on Canada’s roads by 2020.

The Premier actually made the announcement at a Chevrolet dealership while stepping in and out of a Volt show car.  Buyers of the Volt could expect the full $10,000.

He did not state the program’s cost.  Other incentives mentioned were special green license plates and preferred parking spots in places like Wal-Mart.

Fantastic. Not only does our gracious government bailout GM and Chrysler (with taxpayer money, of course), but now they are offering incentives with OUR money to get people to buy THEIR (not our) product. Do you think if GM or Chrysler actually get back on their collective feet and pay back the bailout money, that the government will reimburse the taxpayer, or, do you think that cash will go down the shitter once again and fund some other nonsensical government program? Like, *the nutritious breakfast program for lesbians with limps*, or whatever else is popular that day.

If the Volt is a good car and priced right, the consumer will buy it. If it is like 90% of the sludge the Big 2 Dinosaurs currently produce, then consumers will not buy it. In other words, it’s up to consumers to decide. Giving away our wealth to make the unions happy may secure Dalton and his gang a few votes, but in the end what he is doing is little more than stealing from us,  the taxpayer.

This is thievery, plain and simple. We should not be subsidizing someones car buying decisions. It’s ludicrous. Dalton and his gang of liberals are thieves, plain and simple. Keep your dirty hands out of our pockets.

Democrats will still get you if somehow survive abortion

Tuesday, May 5th, 2009

Protection for Veterans defeated by Democrats

Hat tip to Atlas Shrugs. S. 909 of the HR 1913 Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009 allows for pedophiles to be protected class of minorities–but an amendment to allow veterans to be protected was rejected.

Crooks and Liars made the helpful point that being a veteran is not a “universal human trait.” (So being a pedophile is?) C&L, no strangers to hate, are adamant that the real issue behind hate crimes legislation is the motivation of the perpetrator. Apparently hating the US Armed Forces is second nature to these people. (Of course, they also think linking to other blog opinion pieces constitutes proof.) Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schulz (D-Fl.) had this to say about the amendment to protect veterans:

“It really is belittling of the respect we should have of these groups to suggest that members of the Armed Services have somehow been systematically been victims of hate crimes.”

Stupid lawmaker! The perpetrator’s motivation is the real issue!

I dunno. Seems like you can point to desecration of tombstones or a veteran robbed during a Memorial Day fundraiser or World War II medals stolen at gunpoint or maybe marching in “peace protests” or accuse them of being murderers right before they are cleared of charges.

Then again, veterans don’t need outside protection, if allowed to properly arm themselves. If we can’t provide special protective laws to not have to pay for the decisions of their superiors, at least allow them to carry a gun wherever they like as a small compensation for keeping Rep. Wasserman Schulz’s grandparents out of a death camp.

Hillary Clinton Made No Mistakes On World Tour

Sunday, March 8th, 2009

Dressing up as her favourite character from the Island of Abused Stuffed Animals, Hillary Clinton continued her speaking engagements throughout the EU this weekend. As of late, Hillary has said some really bizarre things to her European guests, including:

  • “I have never understood multiparty democracy. “It is hard enough with two parties to come to any resolution, and I say this very respectfully, because I feel the same way about our own democracy, which has been around a lot longer than European democracy.”
  • One working lunch later with EU leaders, Clinton raised more eyebrows when she referred to EU foreign policy chief Javier Solana, who stood beside her, as “High Representative Solano.”
  • She also dubbed European Commission External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner as “Benito.”
  • After promising to “push the reset button” on relations with Moscow, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton planned to present Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov with a light-hearted gift at their talks here Friday night to symbolize the Obama administration’s desire for a new beginning in the relationship.She handed him a palm-sized box wrapped with a bow. Lavrov opened it and pulled out the gift—a red plastic button on a black base with a Russian word “peregruzka” printed on top.“We worked hard to get the right Russian word. Do you think we got it?” Clinton said as reporters, allowed in to observe the first few minutes of the meeting, watched.
  • “You got it wrong,” Lavrov said, to Clinton’s clear surprise. Instead of “reset,” he said the word on the box meant “overcharge.”

Thank goodness the main stream media can easily overlook the major mistakes made by Hillary Clinton the same way they excused the verbal gaffes made by Condoleezza Rice or George Bush.

Coming to the defense of Hillary Clinton, like one of them white knight jobbies, was Reuters with their explanation on why Clinton made so many mistakes:

Clinton has set herself a grueling pace on visits to Egypt, Israel and Brussels soon after touring the Far East, attending dozens of meetings and giving speech after speech, with little time worked into her schedule for sleep.

So it’s not a big deal, and it wouldn’t have happened had Clinton not set herself a schedule to rival that of the late James Brown. Had Clinton been able to get a little shut-eye, there’s not a chance in hell she would have ever issued a 200 word statement about how democracy has been around in America a lot longer than it has in Europe. Truth be told, I’m sure Bush would have gotten a pass on that one, too.

And I’m sure if Condoleezza Rice had said she doesn’t understand multiparty democracies, the press would have given her a free pass. It’s good the press gave Clinton a mulligan, she’s only been in politics a few years and shouldn’t be expected to know all this information of the top of her head.

Three cheers for the unbiased msm!

Joe Biden–Mr 30%

Sunday, February 8th, 2009

Speaking to congressional democrats at their $700,000.00 policy retreat in Williamsburg, Virginia, VP Joe Biden had these encouraging words:

“If we do everything right, if we do it with absolute certainty, there’s still a 30 percent chance we’ll get it wrong,”

When The Mayor does everything right, with absolute certainty, it’s never  wrong. Unlike Joe Biden who can do something so right that he makes it wrong. I suppose it’s like the saying, “If it feels so right, how can it be so wrong?”

And 30%? Joe Biden thinks that if the democrats do everything right, cross all their t’s and dots all their I’s, that even after meticulously going over every item line by line, they will still mess up 30% of everything they do? Good job instilling confidence in the American electorate, Joe.

I’m hear to tell you that a 30% failure rate is nothing to congratulate yourself about. I can hardly think of many things in life where a 30% failure rate is actually good. Maybe 30% would be good if I was playing the slots or betting on the ponies, but in real life situations a 30% failure rate is horrifying.

Imagine if commercial jets had a 30% failure rate when taking off or landing. Imagine if condoms had a 30% failure rate. Or what if your brakes didn’t work on your car 30% of the time? How about if your doctor was only successful with 30% of his operations? Would that be considered good?

Keeping that in mind, these are the same people who are about to blow 1 trillion on a porkulus project. Basically, at 30%, you can kiss the first 300 billion goodbye. These 30% ‘ers are going to be in charge of American lives in Iraq and Afghanistan for the next 4-8 years. These 30% ‘ers are the folks that will be shaping American society for the next 2500 days.

100% of me is scared right now, 30% is plain ole terrified.