Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Big Funny Dummy

While I was gone for Thanksgiving I recorded a biography about Jeff Dunham.

He can make terrorists funny.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


Reflecting back I am thankful that George Bush won the 2000 election. I just cannot imagine Al Gore handling 9/11 and pursuing terrorists. How could he ever pursue a real threat when he is so scared of the weather?

Spending time with the family. See you in a week.

Happy Thanksgiving!

You Must Be Kidding

In an elementary school a girl kissed a boy. What is a teacher to do?

Call child welfare then the cops. Teacher thought this was a sex crime.

Give a man a fish, he'll eat for a day; teach a man to fish, you can take away his fish for yourself.

A professional fisherman whom has a license to catch tuna, just in case he accidentally caught one while going after his commercial catch, caught a tuna. He reported the catch to fishery regulators. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Office of Law Enforcement ( NOAA ) showed up and confiscated the tuna.

It seems that since the tuna got caught in his nets, accidentally, that is illegal. He had to use a rod.

The tuna is going to be sold by the agency. If the fisherman is considered not guilty he will get the money, otherwise, guess where the money goes.

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Free(k) Speech

The First Amendment is great. Free speech. The ability to speak out against what you believe is wrong.

I am sick of the OccupyWallStreet event. It is a great exercise of free speech, and they truly get to do it for free. Events, protests, and other public gatherings require a permit from the city/county/state. Sometimes permits cost money. Some of the Occupy movements have not received a permit for their protest. Due to this flaunting of proper procedure the Richmond Tea Party is asking for their money back after paying for their event.

If the Tea Party gets their money back, I will have to admit that the OccupyWallStreet movement made free speech free.

There is of course the whole argument of "free." Free speech is paid for by the blood of patriots. However, many of us have been lucky enough to serve our country without having to shed our blood, but we still paid for it with years of service. Most people have not even done that.

There is one thing that the OccupyWallStreet movement does not realize about free speech: you have the right to say what you want, not the right to force people to listen. The human microphone is a really neat concept since it gets around electronic amplification ordinances, but it is so cultish. The Occupy crowd looks like a Jonestown waiting to happen, if they had a leader to lead them.

And as I mention Jonestown, I must protest the bad name it has given Kool-Aid. Truth be told, Jones was cheap and used Flavor-Aid, a cheap Kool-Aid rip-off.
I need to reiterate, you have the right to speak but not the right to make me listen.

Hence, here are free speech advocates forcing free-listening by speaking at events in which they are not invited speakers.

We understand you want to send a message. If we want to hear it we will go to the protests, watch your videos, and read your blogs. However, some people are going to events to hear something else.

If you believe free speech gives you the right to make us listen to you, we might take up the belief that our freedom of speech gives us the right to silence you. Every action has an equal and opposite reaction.

Bring It ON!

Sunday, November 13, 2011

Fox Fumbles

On the heels of the Penn State sex scandal Fox's newest cartoon "Allen Gregory" aired an episode of a homosexual father pushing an Elementary school dance into going gay. Again, an adult male pushed the dance theme to be boys asking boys and girls asking girls to the dance.


This third episode should have been canned in light of the recent events. The feel of this episode was an aggressively predatory homosexual agenda. The show ends with a speech that encourages the children to experiment sexually and then make up their mind.

After the speech the Principle does blurt out "Everything he said is wrong!" Funny thing about the show, if you consider it funny, is that all the  characters that portray any common sense in the show are ignored or belittled, constantly. Is this social commentary on liberal bias in the media deriding traditional values? Or is this thought to be funny because anyone that makes sense is ignored? It is the same joke over and over; it was not funny the first time in the show and it still isn't.

Why is this show on at 8:30? Probably because they are counting on a bridging viewership from "the Simpson's" at 8:00 to "Family Guy" at 9:00. I dare Fox to move the show to 9:30. They won't do it. Do you know why? Every local news station that follows Fox's animation block would be up in arms. Local news viewership for Fox would plummet. Review NBC's debacle with Leno, Conan, and the Tonight show. Local news suffered miserably.

I said it before and I'll say it again: "Allen Gregory must die!"

I know I can change the channel. You didn't have to read this blog entry.

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Clubbing the Baby ... ?

[ NOTE: Play the first video, but turn off the sound. Play the second video as a soundtrack. ]

Students ...

Soldiers ...

Transcript ...

Killing the Baby Seals
Created by: Daddy Warcrimes
Posted : Wednesday, January 04, 2006
Way up north where the air gets cold
We're running out of money and we're running out of gold
So now I earn my living
Killing the baby seals

You can hit `em with a bat you can hit `em with a brick
You can poke `em in th eye with your eye pokin stick
That's how I earn my living
Killing the baby seals

You can slash `em in the head you can slash `em in the throat
Then throw `em in the back of your fishing boat
That's how I earn my living
Killing the baby seals.

Retweet ...

Government Planning


This is a protest in Bogata, Columbia. I do not know the overall arching ideal of the protest and whether or not I would be in agreement, but I have this to say: "Wow. You have my attention. Who came up with this? I wish I had a job for them. Magnimus splash!"

Protest signs according to:

Yahoo Babelfish: We must right to infuriate to us. Education of excellence and for all.

Google Translate: Have the right to be outraged. Excellence and education for all.

Thursday, November 3, 2011

What would 99% do?

It is hard to believe that the people that expanded the country to the West did it without iPhones, the Internet, or protesting. They did it with a few tools, inspiration, and perspiration. The tools and opportunities that are available to us today are mind-boggling. What are your desires? Given the chance to fulfill them, would you?

Let us then forget desires.

Let us focus on something you really believe in. You believe in it so much you join a protest. You camp out in a park day after day, night after night, week after week. In this bad economy you believe a job is a right. You demand that Wall Street provides jobs.

Then it happens. Job providers come to you. They meet your demands. They come providing jobs.

And then you say...

[ insert snide clever remark about OccupyWallStreet here ]

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