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February 24, 2007

Official Slavery Apology passed in VA

Evidently, President Clinton's apology for slavery wasn't enough for the great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grandchildren of former slaves and for those who are still enraged by the past. Luckily, Virginia's lawmakers have sought to rectify the lingering air of hostility by passing this new resolution. They graciously added the American Indians to the resolution also.

So now we can finally lay this whole nasty business of slavery to rest once and for all.


Right?

February 20, 2007

Lazy February weekend

I will miss lying on the beach in February.

Chapman still in the Dog House

A court recently disapproved Duane "Dog" Chapman's request for a stay of extradition to our ass hat neighbors to the south. I watched an A&E special, again, about the situation Dog and his family face hoping to get some more information at the end of the show. Both Dog and his wife were very cryptic and I was disappointed they did not get into specifics. If you need some background on this here is a previous post. The Dog

It is shameful that Condoleeza Rice hasn't, in the most diplomatic way possible, told the Mexican government (paid off by Andrew Luster, no doubt) to go shit in a hat. Although the charge of "illegal detention" is a minor crime in Mexico, with a penalty of a few hundred dollars, I don't want to take the risk of The Dog incurring the maximum penalty of 4 years in a Mexican pisshouse, err, jail. The effects of the corruption in Mexico are rivaled only by the explosive diarrhea one gets after eating the roadside tacitoes. Either way, your asshole takes a beating.

I would encourage both of my readers to write to Condoleeza Rice and admonish her that we do not take orders from a defunct government when it concerns the safety of Americans. Luster is dildo of the highest magnitude and his incarceration has done nothing but make women safer. It was only a matter of time before female Mexican residents or female tourists were given the same treatment.

Here is my letter to Condoleeza Rice:

As a military member stationed in Hawaii for 15 years I have come to truly admire the work that Duane "Dog" Chapman has done for the people of Hawaii. He is a hero here.

It is distressing that this man could be extradited to Mexico for retrieving Andrew Luster, something the U.S. could not do on its own because of extradition laws Mexico enforces (when it sees fit).

Madam Secretary, I implore you to do whatever is within your means to prevent Duane Chapman from being extradited and send a message to Mexico that it is unacceptable to harbor our fugitives, but more importantly, prevent us from bringing them to justice.

The world is a better place now that Andrew luster is behind bars and that debt is owed to The Dog.

February 14, 2007

Iran to house another enemy of the United States

Interesting news stuffs today. As I was poking around the internet looking for something about the celebration today that commemorates the hanging of St. Valentine, I found some other "Who gives a shit" stories. An English Springer Spaniel won the Westminster Dog Show and will be retiring to become a "therapy and obedience dog". Congratulations, sir. You have the gayest looking dog in the world- for the 51st time.

Anna Nichole Smith’s semen soaked body will be held for DNA testing since so many people have come forward taking claim to her baby. I have already said my peace about her in an office harangue but I guess I can extend you the courtesy of putting it in print.

It was no surprise to me that she died at the ripe old celebrity age of 39. Her son died just last year of a drug overdose and looking at Smith’s behavior over the last few years I wonder if she wasn’t actually supplying her own son with the drugs. Coincidentally, those same drugs were found in her home last week. I guess she was just keeping them around as a sad memento of her son- kind of like when dog owners keep their dead dog’s collar?

As crass as it may sound I am glad she is dead and if she were buried in a shallow grave outside of town with a light dusting of lime I would not shed a tear. I am sad for her daughter, however, who will never know her mother but at the same time I am ecstatic that she will never know her mother. This might be the one shot this little girl has to a normal life. Come to think of it, if Lindsay Lohan, Brittany Spears, and Paris Hilton can join her in that grave. But they don’t get any more lime.

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What I really wanted to talk about was Iran, specifically, how every murderous, Islamic thug runs to that country when they feel the Eagle closing in on them and their cowardly tactics. Reuters headline: US says radical cleric Sadr has left Iraq for Iran Ya think? Gotta run to where the support is. If there is still anyone out there who thinks Iran doesn’t have it out for the U.S. please go punch yourself in the face with a set of brass knuckles. Although it hasn’t been confirmed via press, I truly believe Iran has the missing WMD’s, Osama bin Laden, and heaps of weaponry for our enemies. Time will vindicate me.

Speaking of those heaps, on the same page of Reuters: US backs away from linking Iran govt to Iraq chaos A U.S. official calls Iran out last Wednesday and now we are tip-toeing on eggshells because we don’t want to implicate "Iran's government in arming Iraqi militants and said it was not trying to 'hype' evidence of Iranian weapons being used in Iraq."

Where has this country’s ball sack gone? Come on George, WWRD? If you call it like you see it, don’t cave in to political correctness and retract it. What do we have to lose at this point by sticking our finger in Ahmadinejad’s smug face? That was a signature Clinton move if I ever saw one. We have the proof so don’t back down.

I wonder if Franklin was thinking ahead in his country’s history when he suggested the turkey as the national symbol instead of the eagle.

February 13, 2007

Obama bama mo mamma

For a while the young, up-and-coming Senator from Illinois gave me a reason to vote for the dementia that is the Democratic party. I like Giulliani; he did some good with his broken window project of NYC and I admire his efforts in 2001 when his city became the focal point for our war on terror. I don’t know much about his politics, mainly because I haven’t taken the time to Google them. I expect, however, that they will align fairly close to my own.

McCain has military service, and is a war hero at that, and he has some good ideas on how to handle our troops; but his illegal immigration stance doesn’t do it for me. There are some other presidential hopefuls but they are just political chaff.

So, back to Obama. I wondered how long it would take before his name would be used in some clever pun to describe the Senator’s political views. And I was right. Hat tip to Power Line for the coined phrase "Obamanations", used to describe the verbal slip-ups the greenhorn Senator has made. Unlike Bush, Obamanations are somewhat intelligent- in an eerie Kerry-esque kind of way- but they still reveal fatal flaws in Obama’s political armor.

Here are just a few mentioned on Power Line.

- Referred to Australia’s PM as "one of Bush’s allies". Wasn't Australia our ally before Bush was president? It is this autonomous mentality, that Bush is running around like rogue frat boy doing as he pleases, that is further dividing this country into the ‘for Bush’ and the ‘against Bush’ factions. Oh wait, that is what the Red/Blue state delineation was for.

- "On Saturday at Iowa State University he lamented 'over 3,000 lives of the bravest young Americans wasted' in Iraq." Whoopsie daisy! You have to watch those Kerry-isms if you expect to get the uneducated and sadist military vote.

February 8, 2007

Watada's Cowardice given mistrial

Army 1st Lt Watada has dodged another bullet when a jusdge declared a mistrial yesterday. The leftists and family members of this coward are jumping for joy over the decision. Why did the judge declare it a mistrial? Jury tampering? Prosecution pulled an O.J.? Nope.

Watada claims he did not understand a piece of paper that he signed had him going to Iraq. He is now playing the "I'm too stupid to read what I sign" card. What are they teaching people at University of Hawaii, Watada's alma mater.

The list of people that rushed to his defense reads like a Moonbat Who's Who:

1. University of Illinois Law Professor, Frances Boyle
During a visit to Hawaii, urged Native Hawaiians to emulate the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO). The speaking tour was co-sponsored by the State of Hawaii Office of Hawaiian Affairs. Boyle has also worked as an attorney for both the PLO and the Chechen rebel "government." What's next professor- asking locals to emulate Al-Qaida?

2. Dennis Halliday
Former United Nations official who last served the UN as United Nations Humanitarian Coordinator in 1997 in Iraq—in the midst of the Oil for Food payouts. He quit the UN after one year in Baghdad and began working as a full time campaigner against the UN sanctions on Iraq. I guess it was more lucrative to bash the U.N. after his meal ticket was exposed.

3. Ann Wright
Ex-officer who quit the State Department in March 2003 in protest of the Iraq war. She is now a full time activist who gives interviews to the Maoist Revolution newspaper and coordinated Cindy Sheehan’s media circus in Crawford, Texas. What a great alignment Wright has taken.
In Honolulu, support for Watada was until recently organized largely by the Maoist front group "Not In Our Name," which is controlled by the Honolulu branch of the Revolutionary Communist Party. Watada support rallies are now controlled by Code Pink, a group co-founded by San Francisco activist Medea Benjamin, a former resident of Castro’s Cuba.


Way to go Watada. Your supporters, including Jane Fonda, are a testament to the ridiculousness of your ideology. You have no support from the military and your call for a coup d'etat from your fellow soldiers is laughable at best. Please read the article to read about some more upstanding supporters of Watada. I will be anxiously awaiting his next trial in March.

Till Death do us Part


A pair of human skeletons lie in an eternal embrace at an Neolithic archaeological dig site near Mantova, Italy, in this photo released February 6, 2007. Archaeologists in northern Italy believe the couple was buried 5,000-6,000 years ago, their arms still wrapped around each other in a hug that has lasted millennia.

/hat tip Maryannaville

February 6, 2007

10 Foods for a Good Night’s Sleep

10 Foods for a Good Night’s Sleep

If you are having trouble falling asleep and NOT attached to a nuclear submarine where drills, training, and other sleep depravation techniques are commonly used, or the parent of a teething 6-month old, then try these foods and leave the sheep alone.

Bananas. Bananas contain magnesium to relax muscles, and also melatonin and serotonin as well.

Warm milk. Mom was right — the amino-acid tryptophan found in milk acts like a sedative, and the calcium helps the body use it.

Potatoes. Potatoes cancel out the acids that can interfere with snooze-inducing tryptophan.

Chamomile tea. A long-time staple of teas formulated for drinking before bedtime, chamomile acts as a mild sedative.

Oatmeal. Oats are rich in melatonin — and are filling, so as to tide you over during your journey through the land of Nod.

Cheddar cheese. A wedge of cheddar cheese is also rich in tryptophan.

Honey. A bit of honey to sweeten tea or warm milk will help your brain switch off orexin, a neurotransmitter that helps keep you alert.

Whole-wheat bread. Add a piece of toast to tea that’s sweetened with honey, and insulin will help convert tryptophan to serotonin.

Almonds. Heart-healthy almonds also contain tryptophan and magnesium.

Turkey. Loaded with tryptophan, a couple of slices of turkey on whole-wheat bread will help bring a restful night’s sleep.

Read more about getting a good night's sleep.

February 5, 2007

Superbowl XLI Analysis

Billy Joel's Star Spangled Banner: Atrocious

Prince's Halftime show: Freakin' sweet

Gameplay: High Hype - Low Playout

Mother Nature: 1 Bears: 0

February 1, 2007

The making of an insurgent

I came across this video while I was searching for insurgents getting their asses handed to them by savvy and deadly accurate Marines. I then found videos of insurgent snipers video taping their targets and i got really pissed off; after seeing this insurgent indoctrination video I calmed down a bit. This video is shocking and was taped by an American soldier stationed at a watch tower.