22 December 2007

Scared of Santa

Photo after photo of kids traumatized by Santa. Enjoy!

21 December 2007

A different kind of Christmas homecoming

Now, gee, where did that dust in the air come from? Something must have blown in from outside. Yeah, that's it.

Wrong, just so..... wrong

You know, on most days, I'm incredibly proud to be a Texan. It's clearly the greatest place on earth.

Today, however, isn't one of those days. After reading this headline:

Texas Adds 'Pole Tax' to Strip Clubs for $5-Per-Customer Levy

I'm about ready to start looking at other possibilities for a home.

I mean, come on guys, strippers need love too!

The Definition of "Irony"

A roofing company billionaire listed as the 91st richest man in the United States has died after a fall from a roof at his home.
Actually, he fell through the roof.
Police say 66-year-old Ken Hendricks was checking construction on a garage roof at his home in Rock, Wisc., on Thursday night when he fell through.

His company, ABC Supply, says he suffered massive head injuries.

19 December 2007

Paging the 15th century, Paging the 15th century...

Wow. Hard to believe the NOW gang isn't all worked up over this...

What we have here is a picture of "Mohammed, 40, with his new 11-year-old wife, Ghulam." You read that right folks - 11.

Folks make fun of southern rednecks all the time 'bout dating your sister or whatever, but hell, at least the youngest age of legal consent in the south that I've ever seen has been 16.

11 is pretty sick, though. And it's legal, under Islamic law. I mean, hey, this Mohammed is just doing what the original Mohammed did, right?

17 December 2007

Drive Someone Insane with Postcards - (eBay item 320196148761 end time Dec-23-07 10:03:28 PST)

This Christmas, give the gift of crazy. It just keeps on giving.
I will be spending the Christmas holiday in Poland in a tiny village that has one church with no bell because angry Germans stole it. Aside from vodka, there is not a lot for me to do.

During the course of my holiday I will send three postcards to one person of your choosing.

These postcards will be rant-ravingly insane, yet they will be peppered with unmistakable personal details about the addressee. Details you will provide me.
Tempting. Oh, so tempting.

16 December 2007

Romney falters on gun control...

And really, is anyone surprised? This is a guy who loved the Brady bill and the AWB and only became a life member of the NRA when he started running for President.

His comments today on Meet the Depressed should make every gun owner cringe.

MR. RUSSERT: Let me turn to gun control. Here's the headline: "Romney retreats on gun control. Romney, who once described himself as a supporter of strong gun laws, is distancing himself from that rhetoric now as he attempts to court the gun owners who make up a significant force in Republican primary politics. In his '94" Senate race, Romney backed two gun-control measures strongly opposed by the National Rife Association and other" guns rights "groups: the Brady Bill, which imposed a five-day waiting period on gun sales, and a ban on certain assault weapons. `That's not going to make me the hero of the NRA,' Romney told the Boston Herald.'" "At another campaign stop" "he told reporters, `I don't line up with the NRA.'" Suddenly Romney decides to run for president and signs up for a lifetime membership in the NRA.

GOV. ROMNEY: You know, it's, it's wonderful, and you'll appreciate this. There is a great effort on the part of, in some cases, my opposition, in some cases, just folks that are interested in writing an interesting article to, to try and find any change at all. And my position on guns is the same position I've had for a long, long time. And, and that position is that I don't line up 100 percent with the NRA. I don't see eye to eye with the NRA on every issue. I.... Let's describe what it is. I signed--I would have supported the original assault weapon ban. I signed an assault weapon ban in Massachusetts governor because it provided for a relaxation of licensing requirements for gun owners in Massachusetts, which was a big plus. And so both the pro-gun and the anti-gun lobby came together with a bill, and I signed that. And if there is determined to be, from time to time, a weapon of such lethality that it poses a grave risk to our law enforcement personnel, that's something I would consider signing. There's nothing of that nature that's being proposed today in Washington. But, but I would, I would look at weapons that pose extraordinary lethality..... We also should keep weapons of unusual lethality from being on the street.
Note the Governor's use of the words "extraordinary lethality". Just what does that mean, I wonder? Because really, when you look at it, any firearm can be determined to posses "extraordinary lethality."

It really makes me wonder just who the kingmakers are in this country - I mean, who is responsible for giving us such shitty choices for the most important job in the world? Clearly, any of the Democrats would be FUBAR'd. And sadly, it looks like most of the Republican options would suck as pro gun candidates as well.

Dad sells son's 90-dollar video game online for more than 9000

If your heart has cockles (heehee), this story will warm them.

Submitted for your consideration: A schoolteacher dad goes all-out to get his hands on the very hard-to-find "Guitar Hero III" for the Nintendo Wii. He was one of the fortunate few to find a copy, and shelled out the 90 bucks for it.

Cut to dad coming home early one day:
Then, yesterday, I came home from work early and what do I find? My innocent little boy smoking pot in the back yard with two of his delinquent friends.
The penalty? Dad puts the coveted game up on eBay, and hooks some desperate Australian for $9100.00. Yes, that's right.

I like this dad, because he's not completely heartless - he'll still get the boy something for his Wii.
I am still considering getting him a game for his Nintendo. Maybe something like Barbie as the Island Princess or Dancing with the Stars ... I know he will just love them...