Thursday, October 27, 2005 

Mrs. G and Must See TV

Soldiers' Angel- Holly Aho has 2 posts that need to be pimped, thanks to this post at My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy;

First was her dedication to Mrs. Greyhawk of The Mudville Gazette, which in my opinion is the best of the best of the Military Blogs. I depend on it daily and can tell by all the work that goes into it that it is a labor of love for Mrs G.

Holly has a story that testifies of Mrs G's tenacity.

Second is a series of videos that need to be seen by every red blooded American who admire those who sacrifice all for the principals of this country's foundation.

Holly Aho truly is the Soldiers' Angel.


News and Views

Was the political pressure from the right too much or did Harriet Miers withdraw her nomination to distract attention from the biggest non-story of all time...
Michelle Malkin breaths a sigh of relief while Don Surber concedes...

Ariel Sharon believes that Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad should be expelled from the UN for saying that Israel should be wiped off of the map. Kofi Annan was spotted cleaning out his office to make way for the next UN leader.

Dr. Sanity highlights the insanity of the religion of pieces.

With both Sox teams winning back to back pennants... are the Cubs a shoe in for next year? I'd better find out what the sports book's odds are on the Cubs for next year, I'll be rich!!

The Prince of Wales drops his draws in efforts to prepare for the eventual acquisition of the Britain's throne. Hey, I drop my pants every time I have a seat on the throne too, whoop-de-do.

Having uncontrollable sexual urges could deem you a 'Sexually Dangerous' individual by the Courts. I don't think there's enough jail space for all the Congressmen, high school teachers, or NBA players who will be labeled with this designation.

Time to visit the Dr. for a refill of teh funny prescription...
Do you know Hu the new leader of China is? Yassir! ...Kofi anyone? lump or two. (uhh, lump of what?)

Rooster reminisces of the day when the Bond movies glorified testosterone overdose. Now the Bond movies are incorporating the metro-sexual attitude and showcasing 'pansy-a$$' sissy boys. I have to agree, we want Pussy Galore!

For all you Whitey hate-ahs out there, "Professor" Kamau Kambon blames whitey for all the world's problems. See the video at The Political Teen... hit up the donation button too if you can, he maintains an excellent site.

Last but definitely not least:
Jay at Stop the ACLU interviews Alan Sears of the Alliance Defense Fund!

Stop the ACLU is really getting traction, if you would like to join us read this:
This was a production of Stop The ACLU Blogburst. If you would like to join us, please register at Our Portal, or email Jay at You will be added to our mailing list and blogroll. Over 115 blogs already onboard.

Gotta get ready for a Halloween Rager we're throwing tomorrow night...
Incriminating photos to follow this weekend...

Open Post linkage: The Political Teen, Mudville Gazette, Conservative Cat


Marraige in a Nutshell

How to Make a Woman Happy
A man only needs to be:

1. a friend
2. a companion
3. a lover
4. a brother
5. a father
6. a master
7. a chef
8. an electrician
9. a carpenter
10. a plumber
11. a mechanic
12. a decorator
13. a stylist
14. a sexologist
15. a gynecologist
16. a psychologist
17. a pest exterminator
18. a psychiatrist
19. a healer
20. a good listener
21. an organizer
22. a good father
23. very clean
24. sympathetic
25. athletic
26. warm
27. attentive
28. gallant
29. intelligent
30. funny
31. creative
32. tender
33. strong
34. understanding
35. tolerant
36. prudent
37. ambitious
38. capable
39. courageous
40. determined
41. true
42. dependable
43. passionate
44. compassionate


45. give her compliments regularly
46. love shopping
47. be honest
48. be very rich
49. not stress her out
50. not look at other girls


51. give her lots of attention, but expect little yourself
52. give her lots of time, especially time for herself
53. give her lots of space, never worrying about where she goes


54. Never to forget:
* birthdays
* anniversaries
* arrangements she makes


1. Show up naked
2. Bring food or Beer
3. Hand over the remote

linked at Basil's Blog and NIF... thanks TJ!

Wednesday, October 26, 2005 

The Acceleration of The Apocalypse

This is further proof that the Apocalypse is nearing. The Chicago White Sox win the World Series after 88 years.

The fact that this follows the Red Sox World Series win where they went on an 86 year drought is all the proof I need to KNOW that the End times are now.

Just when we thought it couldn't get any worse...


Homegrown Terrorist Cells Operating Amongst US

A week ago I posted this about homegrown terrorist camps.

The Politics of CP has been continuing coverage on this topic and has a link breakdown of everything you didn't want to know about the blossoming of terrorist cells on our own soil.

The greatest threat to a terrorist camp's survival is our awareness of them.

I just hope and pray that we don't have another blue ribbon panel of politicians discussing how and why these camps existed under the radar after another terrorist attack occurs when we may have the opportunity to take them out before any damage can be done.

The last thing I want to hear is that any future attacks could have been stopped had we only acted on already acquired information.

Don't flip out and tell me that we're going to have a replay of Waco or something stupid like that... that was a whole different set of circumstances.

Remember the USS Cole, and the World Trade Centers? Guess what, we had American Heros on the case investigating the thugs responsible using free information floating in the ether for all to see BEFORE these attacks happened but nobody would listen; in fact, they were forced to quit because of political correctness pressures.

I'm praying that our 'leaders' learn from the Able Danger fallout and have the stones to act on critical information rather than push the stack of papers to their lawyers for a political correctness scan.

linked with Liberal Utopia, and Mudville Gazette.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005 

I Suck at Anniversaries

Well, there's always one anniversary I will never forget, my life depends on it! However a couple of days ago was my 1st blogging anniversary. Woo Hoo to me.

I know this has absolutely zero significance to anything anywhere, but to me.

Obviously I'm a pretty slow learner. Blogging for a year and still have no idea how to get trackbacks into my template, among many other things. Suggestions anyone?

Well, if you want to see how slowly some bloggers evolve, here's my first post:

October 23, 2004.

I know I'm going to miss the anniversary of my second post a couple of days from now but don't worry, got it taken care of. You know you want to read it!

I even got brave with the title of my second post that got launched into the obscurity of the blogosphere:

Media Treason.

You know you're a rookie when... leave your name at the bottom of the post!
or when you write your entire post in one long run-on sentence with no breaks.

Damn I'm smooth...


Kickin Balls Through the Uprights

Wanting to preserve what I thought was a clever title I thought of an excuse to post this...

Lincoln High School football player,
homecoming queen says role is 'Awesome'!

Darby Lentz says she doesn't mind
being the only girl on the team.
Get your heads out of the gutter people, this is quite the amazing high schooler!
The homecoming queen at Lincoln High School in Harrison County also can boot a football straight through the uprights.

Darby Lentz, 17, is serving double duty at her school near Shinnston. The student body named her homecoming queen. She's also the kicker on the football team.

Darby has converted an impressive 14 of 16 extra points this season. She has yet to attempt a field goal.

On Oct. 14, she had been on duty as the field goal kicker during the first two quarters of the game. At halftime, the homecoming court was announced, and she was surprised to hear her name. She accepted the honor in her football uniform.

"It was awesome," the brown-eyed senior said. "I didn't have a clue. It was awesome when they called my name."

She was also named prom queen earlier in the year at the more than 700-student school where she serves on student council and has a 3.8 grade point average.
Quite the roll model eh? I'm impressed!

Have you ever seen 'helmet head' look so good?!

I have a hunch that the photo above isn't a candid shot just before taking the field. Unless of course she favors eye shadow and eye liner over eye black and isn't too concerned about lipstick smudge.

linked with: Basil's Blog, Don Surber


ACLU's Bulletin Board

Sam had this posted... I couldn't resist...

(Click on picture to see bigger version)


Communism's Greatest Threat

Proof of the imminent downfall of Chinese Communism...

Thanks to Ex-Donkey Blog...


Schiff Getting Shipped off to Jail

Ummm, apparently we do...

Is there really a technicality, or flaw, in the income tax law that allows you to get by without ever claiming income to the Federal Government? I've never been brave enough to find out! Taxes are obviously necessary to some degree, but we all know that the current system of taxing income is extremely outmoded. It's time to change our tax structure whether it be a consumption tax or flat tax... I like either.

Fellow Nevadan Irwin Schiff has just been found guilty for butting heads with the IRS. I've listened to him do his little AM radio infomercials pleading us to quit paying taxes using his method and he has quite the compelling case! Naturally my bias is going to lean in his favor. I've never been brave (and/or dumb) enough to thumb my nose at the IRS however. Irwin decided however that this was his hill to die on.

I think Bush should pardon whatever sentence is handed out and then pull a Jack Ryan (from Clancy's 'Executive Orders'); Take the entire tax code on Capitol Hill, which according to Tom Clancy, would fill all of the tables of largest library in Washington several books deep, and trash 'em.

Then set a flat tax of 15%'ish and we can all get on with life, unless of course you're a tax attorney or tax preparer etc... you guys are screwed.

I know, I know... not happenin.

Oh well, read up on this if you can. It really is a fascinating story.

WorldNetDaily with:
Tax crusader Irwin Schiff found guilty on all counts

Irwin's Blog

U.S. Newswire with
Professional Tax Resister Irwin Schiff and Two Associates Convicted in Las Vegas Tax Scam
Linked with: The Political Teen

A South Carolina senator dissatisfied with the results of a Bush advisory panel's recommendations on tax reform is set to introduce a bill to abolish federal income tax in favor of a levy on business transactions.

Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., told the New York Sun he would put his plan before the Senate tomorrow. The proposal calls for an end to all personal income taxes and the attendant bevy of related taxes, deductions and exemptions, including the estate tax and the alternative minimum tax. The plan would eliminate the need for Americans to file income tax returns.
Good luck... but I think Senator DeMint is swimming up chit-crick w/o a paddle. He'd better be careful or the IRS jackbooted thugs are going to be investigating him next.

linked with Cao's Blog, and NIF

Sunday, October 23, 2005 

Who Knew

See that profile picture? I have no idea why I did that to myself publicly. Wyatt told me I looked like Ted Nugent. I'm still trying to figure out if that's a compliment because I think Ted Nugent is pretty freakin cool...

Wyatt and Insolublog need to quit tweaking my psyche.

To the normal person, that should have been enough to encourage the changing of the profile picture. Perhaps you'd rather tha wease re-host the place? He's a heck of a lot cuter than the one that's currently peering somewhat cross-eyed off into space with a little gleam of Nugent insanity.

Who cares, the picture stays... my boys in 'Cuse understand.

*Fist raised in Honor of the Headless Horsemen Stunt*
(that is a whole 'nother post)

I also seperated the boy's blogs from the girl's blogs... have any of you taken offense to that? I know I have some pretty strong opinionated red-blooded American Women who check in with me.

The only reason I did that was so I could use the phrases "my brothah from anothah mothah" and "my sistah from anothah mistah", which are amongst the Hall of Fame inductees for Cheesiest Lines from the 1970's.

*shrug* I'm cool like that yo.

I've recently been introduced to the Battle Born Bloggers by Zaphriel which features Nevada stationed bloggers. If you haven't been in to check out tha locals like Jim Rose, The Steel Deal, and Shoot a Liberal (don't ya just LOVE that title), you're missing out!

I also introduced myself to the "I'm Pro Victory" blogroll which I found through Cathy's site, as well as jumping into a "Screw the ACLU" blogroll which I named myself... Thanks to the guys at STOP THE ACLU.

Yup, another tough weekend at the McPeak household...

(in other words, the Buffalo Bills got romped on and I'm at a loss for a post idea)


Evidence of Evolution?

Thanks to Chrys, the whole evolution debate finally makes sense!

Saturday, October 22, 2005 

10 Worst Album Covers of All Time

Remember fingering through your parents (or your own) album collections and you come across one or two that you just look at and think... my parents did too many drugs...

Katey had this link to a site displaying the 10 Worst album covers of all time with some hiliarious commentary... what do you expect from me on Saturday afternoon??


Thailand's Studly Leader Cracks down on Islamic Terrorists

When he's not chillin with Thailand's babes he's pimp-slapping terrorist sympathizers...
BANGKOK -- Thailand's prime minister angrily told the Saudi Arabia-based Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) to "read the Koran" before criticizing his crackdown on Muslim terrorists in the south, where more than 1,000 people have died.

"I would like him to read the Koran, which stated clearly that all Muslims, regardless where they live, must respect the law of that land," Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra said yesterday, in remarks aimed at OIC Secretary-General Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu.

"All Thai people are tired of the violence and want to see peace. I will do everything, by all means, to end the violence," Mr. Thaksin said.
Yeah dawg... tell 'em whassup.


Here's a lil joke for the weekend, found at Zaphriel's Blog:
A jumbo jet is coming into Tampa Airport on its final approach. The pilot comes on the intercom, "This is your Captain. We're on our final descent into Tampa. I want to thank you for flying with us today, and I hope you enjoy your stay in Tampa Bay."

He forgets to switch off the intercom. Now the whole plane can hear his conversation from the cockpit. The copilot says to the pilot, "Well, skipper, watcha gonna do in Tampa?" Well, says the skipper, "first I'm gonna check into the hotel and take a big crap Then I'm gonna take that new stewardess with the huge boobs out for dinner. I'm gonna wine and dine her, take her back to my room, and put it to her big time all night."

Everyone on the plane hears this and immediately begins looking up and down the aisle trying to get a look at the new stewardess.

Meanwhile, the new stewardess is at the very back of the plane. She's so embarrassed that she starts to run toward the cockpit to turn the intercom off. Halfway down the aisle, she trips over an old lady's bag and down she goes.

The old lady leans over and says: "No need to hurry, dear. He's gotta take a s#!t first."

Friday, October 21, 2005 

Credit Where Credit's Due

You have to love Victor David Hanson... if you don't you probably don't know what you're talking about...
Ten million people freely voted last week in the Arab world's first democracy, apparently approving a constitution for Iraq. The jihadists cannot be entirely defeated without such a political solution. Yet Iraq's democratic voters would never even have had an opportunity without American soldiers, whose sacrifices offered a chance of reform.
Sad how little MSM press is given to the glorification of this event. There is a sad lack of perspective present in our current media. Thankfully we have brilliant writers like VDH to keep things in its true context. Read the rest here...

Thursday, October 20, 2005 

Iranian SNL

Great, thanks Tyler... this is downright creepy!

I was waiting for Eddie Murphy to jump in with a butt-wheat impression...


Of All Cities!

From the local NBC news affiliate:
State Supreme Court justices questioned Wednesday whether high school cheerleaders trying to flag down motorists for a car wash might run afoul of a broadly written ordinance targeting pushy Las Vegas-area prostitutes.
What exactly are these high school cheerleaders being paid to do?! They must be including a nice wax and buff at these washes...
Under the ordinance, police can arrest someone who "repeatedly beckons to, stops, attempts to stop or engage persons passing by in conversation, or repeatedly stops or attempts to stop motor vehicle operators by hailing, waiving of arms or other bodily gestures."
I can't imagine that there are enough rooms in the state's jails to accomodate all the freaks on the streets, let alone lockup all the high school girls at 'car washes' gesticulating on the corners to get you to pull into their wash!
Susan Burke, Silvar's lawyer, says that wording criminalizes totally legal behavior and could lead to the arrest of people going out of their way to get a date with someone else.
Interesting way to achieve a date eh?

What do you expect from a state where a good percentage of kids going to school have parents who are 'entertainers'?

Perhaps these girls are cutting into the business of those who have naked women on the billboards everywhere advertising for escort services. It is protection of free speech to solicit by billboard, but criminal to wash cars in bikinis? C'mon...

Wednesday, October 19, 2005 

Condoleezza Dreamin'

It seems as if Dick Cheney has always had a target on his back, perhaps earned, I don't know.

Colin Powell's top aide comes out to snipe at Cheney while he's the central figure of one of the greatest non stories of all time about the outing of Valerie Plame's oh so secret identity.

What if the mainstream media is nothing but a pawn in a grand Machiavellian scheme to have Cheney resign to open the way for Condoleezza Rice to step up as VP and be the top candidate for President in 2008?

We can dream can't we?

Sure would be a storyline that moves Dick Morris's new book too... hmmm...

Jim Rose believes it's just a trial balloon...

Tuesday, October 18, 2005 


In a rare display of common sense, Homeland Security talking head Michael Chertoff declares a crackdown on illegal immigration!

Found this on MSNBC's site:
Chertoff vows to get tough on illegal migration.

WASHINGTON - Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff promised Tuesday to end the "catch and release" policy that has allowed tens of thousands of non-Mexican illegal aliens to disappear within the United States.

"Return every single illegal entrant - no exceptions," Chertoff said in prepared testimony to a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on proposals to overhaul the immigration system.

Chertoff was joined by Labor Secretary Elaine Chao in presenting administration views on the illegal immigrant problem. He said President Bush remains committed to a comprehensive approach including gaining control of the border, enforcing workplace laws and establishing a temporary worker program.
Only took 4 years after the worst attack on American soil to figure this out? Or are they finally bowing to the pressures conservatives have been exerting.

Naaa, it's because there's a Clintonista waiting in the wings who is prepared to take this issue and run with it, at least for her campaign. There will be no border policy change under Madam Hillary but that doesn't mean she can't use the issue to win the Presidency! It will be the defining issue of the next presidential race, no doubt.

Oh, but wait, Congress is sooooooooo busy;
Immigration issues will be pushed off;

On Monday, Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, a leading proponent of changing immigration policy, said the Judiciary Committee, now occupied with Supreme Court nominations and other issues, won't put together an immigration bill until at least January.

That would push the politically sensitive issue into an election year, adding another factor of difficulty in getting a bill through Congress.
I smell a limp spine...

Get off your a$$e$ and protect our country you partisan hacks, or you will be tossed out on your keester soon to be hawking fake rolexes on the street corner, assuming they are qualified to do so.

Monday, October 17, 2005 

Alerting all Pentagon Lawyers

Seeing how Pentagon Lawyers feel about data mining free information on the internet, its a good thing we're not FBI agents. Yeah, a reference to the Able Danger fiasco which I've been itching to write about...

Found on Point Five, a post from Gates of Vienna detailing some homegrown terrorist groups.

People, this is considered a "long" post but it is absolutely crucial in furthering the understanding of what we face as a nation against homegrown terrorism. This story is not to be underestimated. Make some time in the future to read this in its entirety.
...some background on Jamaat ul-Fuqra. The group was founded in New York by Sheikh Gilani in New York in 1980. Its current headquarters is in Hancock, New York, and it has various compounds, or Jamaats, scattered throughout the United States and Canada, notably in Colorado, New York, Tennessee, Georgia, and Virginia. Most of the adherents are reported to be American-born Black Muslims who follow a strict Islamist ideology.

Sheikh Gilani, you may remember, is the cleric with whom Daniel Pearl had arranged an interview back in January of 2002. Unfortunately, Mr. Pearl was betrayed by his sources, and then abducted and beheaded. Sheikh Gilani was arrested later that month and languishes in Pakistani custody.
There is a link to The Politics of CP where satelite photos are taken of these areas in question. Such as this one in Virginia:

Click on photo to go to site where you can link to active satellite map of property.

Which should lead to a whole different paranoid rant I can go on at a later date

Moral of the story is... they're here, they're scheming, there are guys on to them... Let those men loose to break these rings up...

I'm talking to you Pentagon Lawyers!

Saturday, October 15, 2005 

Program Over-Proselytization

(Please do not pronounce the title outloud, you may short out the ole keyboard)
LA PLATA, Md. -- The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a complaint about a Christian comedy team that performed at five southern Maryland public schools.

The ACLU of Maryland sent a letter to Charles County Superintendent James Richmond, characterizing the program as "a vehicle for religious proselytizing" that violates the First Amendment.
Ahem, umm, let me get this right... it violates the FIRST AMENDMENT to discuss moral issues with kids that has a Christian perspective?!? Unless these kids were shackled and led off to the local church and forced to pray at gunpoint there is no violation of the First Amendment!! The First Amendment protects exactly what this comedy team was doing.

If only this team could have performed wearing offensive clothing while dipping crucifixes into jars of urine, having sex with virgin Marys, while shooting themselves up, the ACLU would have been writing them checks!
Rick and Mick Vigneulle have performed at two high schools and three middle schools in Charles County this year. The pair invite students to off-campus pizza parties where they deliver a religious message.
Ahh, there's the rub. Lure them in with pizza and pounce upon these poor innocent little ignorants with messages of hope and love and of eternal life! Does it get more insidious!?
A schools spokeswoman said their program, "Attitude Check," promotes anti-drug, anti-suicide and motivational messages. School officials approved the program, and spokeswoman Katie O'Malley Simpson says they didn't perceive it as religious.
What do these local-yokels know? These people running the show there in Maryland just don't know what's good for them. Good thing the good ole ACLU is there to tell them what's acceptable and what's not.

How can anybody with some sense possibly support this group of communist bullies!??

I know how we can stop them...

Jay over at Stop the ACLU has been working tirelessly towards this goal. If you haven't stopped by and explored what he has set up, the time is now. What the ACLU is pulling off right under our noses and with OUR money is embarrassing and it needs to stop!

The ACLU is doing nothing more than widening the percieved chasm between peoples and validating and defending sick behavior, defending it as free speech. This whole smoke screen defending your rights is the scam that gets them paid, and that's all that matters to them. Time to stand up to these people.

Check out the link to a video by Stop the ACLU here...

Also linked with:
My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy
The Mudville Gazette
The Political Teen
Kenders' Musings

Friday, October 14, 2005 

18 is Enough

You probably thought I had a big family!
-yes, the escapee in the background is mine, see profile picture.

This family in Springdale, Arkansas has 18 under their roof!
(CBS) Michelle and Jim Bob Duggar waited four years to have their first child. Then the Springdale, Ark., couple went on to have 16 in 18 years, and gave them all names starting with "J."
See the video of this family here...


Exit Stage Left

Click on picture to run video...

Hmmm... Looks a bit fishy to me.
"It's not like we were trying to pass it off as something it wasn't," spokeswoman Lauren Kapp said.
With all this uproar over Bush's supposed staged interview with the troops... an accusation made by the experts themselves.

Are they afraid that their gig up?

Can you think of any other stage props?

Oh if we could only have the beautiful Clinton years back where the reporting was pure and honest.

Tell ya what, how about hearing what really happened from someone who was involved in the 'staged' interview between the President and the Troops.

Hear the preparation leading to this 'staged' interview here...

Who you going to believe?

Thanks to
The Political Teen
Michelle Malkin
Point Five
They Call us, "DOC"
Right from the Right
Rooster Cashews

Thursday, October 13, 2005 

The Land of Ahhhs

The Oz Edition of the 24th Carnival of Comedy is up up and away into the twister of the swirling blogosphere. Get on your broom and ride on over to the land of Ahhhs.

Thanks Lyn Perry, Conservative Cat, and IMAO!


The Miers Mishandling

Drudge has some breaking stories about Miers that could be troubling.

This Harriet Miers appointment to the Supreme Court was a supreme mistake in my book. I've withheld judgement so far on the issue out of ignorance but some things are becoming clear.

Appointment of an insider to the Supreme Court smacks of cronyism and looks bad to those of us who like the President.

Not rewarding those conservative/originalist judges who've spent their career fighting for their beliefs, which I share, is pretty deflating.

Of course, he's giving us the 'trust me on this' speech but I just have a bad feeling. The White House's handling of this appointment continues to worry me.
From Reuters:
"People are interested to know why I picked Harriet Miers. They want to know Harriet Miers' background, they want to know as much as they possibly can before they form opinions. And part of Harriet Miers' life is her religion."
Why in the world is this the first and pretty much only thing we know about her so far? That's bizarre and comes off to me as some sort of smoke screen. Tossing a little red meat to us rabid religious people. Meat smells foul to me.

But there's an explanation of course!
McClellan said it was "just a couple" of candidates who had withdrawn from consideration.
What in the world?! Is he saying that she's like the third string? Yikes.

Are supposed to believe that neither Janice Rogers Brown nor Priscilla Owen, had the guts to go for this open seat on the Supreme Court? Or were they even considered? One of them would have been the best choice if you ask me. But what do I know eh? Vote here to voice your opinion on who you think it should be.

Well, I'll tell ya what I know. I know I want a President has a backbone. I want to see him put up an established conservative judge in the mold of Antonin Scalia or Clarence Thomas, whos decisions protect the Constitution and his record is there for all of us to see and understand.
From Washington Times,

"There is a big difference between a political conservative and a judicial conservative," Mr. Weyrich said. "If she doesn't have a deep-governing judicial philosophy, she will get sucked into this whole system that puts pressure on members of the Supreme Court."
It's time to get the sleeves get rolled up battle in the arena of ideas over who's principals are better for this country. This is an impossible demand when you see the tangled web of political drama that is Captiol Hill. Oh well...

Wednesday, October 12, 2005 


LOS ANGELES (AP) - When Stevie Wonder returned to the studio after a 10-year hiatus to record "A Time to Love," he was doing more than getting back to work. He was getting back to the message that has formed the cornerstone of his legendary career.

"Of all the needs that we have right now, more than anything we need a time for love," Wonder said
That pretty much solves it folks!

Just remember, when driving on the freeway and you get cut off by a rice burner driven by a 15 year old who's puffing weed and blasting bass laced crap rap loud enough to make the vibrations of the car louder than the 'music', remember to keep Love flowing from your heart.

Love those who serve you cold fries at the fast food joint.

Love those who open their car doors into your car leaving a ding.

Love those overweight women who wear the low cut extremely tight jeans and a cutoff shirt that shows every inch of flab hanging over the way too tight beltline.

Be sure and feel deep and meaningful Love for those psychos in PETA who think it's reasonable to toss red paint onto people wearing fur. (Personally, I'd have no problem displaying the love my fists have for knocking people out if this ever happened to my wife.)

Love those politicians who say all the right things yet do none of them when in power. Can you feel the love?

Next time you see that college aged kid wearing an explosives belt on his way to the football game, be sure and give him/her a great big hug and let them know how much you Love them. That way you absorb the bulk of the blast and allow those of us with the brains a better chance of survival.

I Love being accused of being unloving by some performer or actor I've never met. I got something better... a little thing tha wease calls... WUV.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005 

Where's the rest of the Story?

Where's Paul Harvey with the rest of the story when you need him?

Via Michelle Malkin and TAIR...

Apparent suicide victim identified
By: North County Times wire services

SAN DIEGO - A man who fatally shot himself in his University City condominium during a standoff with San Diego police was identified Saturday as a 29-year-old student.

An autopsy is scheduled tomorrow on the body of Khaled Yasufi, medical examiner Investigator Sal Rodriguez said.

Police were sent to the 8700 block of Costa Verde Boulevard after someone reported a strong odor coming from a condo about 1 p.m. Friday, SDPD Sgt. Jim Schorr said.

A man in the condo told officers everything was fine and shut the door, Schorr said. Within a couple of minutes, a gunshot was heard, prompting police to clear the building, Schorr said.

Police eventually sent in a camera-equipped robot, which transmitted images of a body in the unit. When officers made entry after a standoff of about six hours, a chemical lab was found in the bathroom of the condo, police said.

Rodriguez said he did not know where Yasufi went to school.
Chemical Lab eh? Wonder what kind...

This story posted on the 8th and it has been three days... wonder what they found out.

Seeing how there has yet been any media follow up that I've noticed, they seem to have kept this one under pretty tight wraps.


Sobriety Test

Don't make me 86 ya pal... try this to test your sobriety;
21 and over only please! Shaaaa right.

thanks to Temple of the LW.

Monday, October 10, 2005 

...excuses excuses Hollywood

It happens every year. The annual report that less and less people are going to the cinemas to watch movies. I love how this is treated as some national crisis worthy of some research. Excuses are even provided to cover up for the real reason Hollywood is biting the dust, we're in the midst of the new Dark Ages for the Arts...

This story off of Drudge,
Hollywood studios are fighting a bitter battle against falling box office returns in North America as ticket receipts dropped by around 10 percent in 2005 compared to the first nine months of 2004, box office figures show.

"Consumers are saying that when they get to the theatre what they see there is as good as it's ever been," said Shelley Zalis, co-Founder of OTX.

"But the rising cost of tickets, gas and babysitters, combined with the improving nature of the in-home media experience are major factors keeping consumers from leaving the living room," she added.
Um no honey, the main reason people aren't going to the theaters as much is because people like me refuse to sit through the garbage on the screens. I know not all movies suck, but probably about 90 percent.

It's not only cheaper but so much more practical to rent a movie at home. If the movie is horrible, you aren't forcing yourself to sit there solely because you spent the money and energy to get in the theater.

Don't get me wrong, I go to the movies, perhaps twice a year, tops. I really have to be talked into it and it really has to be something I want to see. Typically that means the movie is about sports or war. Think of me what you will.

I really don't need to be reminded how young kids are having kids. It seems like everytime I go to the movies, I see a 12 year old holding a newborn through a movie that is going to destroy that kids little sensitive choclea.

The story does actually reference the real reason young men are frequenting the theater in fewer numbers but only in a passing line,
Young men also complained there was a lack of appealing content on cinema screens, with just 35 percent saying they were satisfied with the choice compared to 60 percent two years ago.
I can't sit through preachy political storylines.
I can't sit through unrealistic scenarios.
Unimaginative dialogue leads me to the snack counter.
I can't watch known moonbats portray heros.

This, however, may be a movie worth watching!

Sunday, October 09, 2005 

Sunday Jammin

Gotta hook up the Sunday jams...
I was asking Katey about her hometown band G Love and Special Sauce when I found this video 'Booty Call'.
(Yeah that is Pedro from Napoleon Dynamite in the video)

Saturday, October 08, 2005 

What Muppet are you?

I'm strangely attracted to annoying internet quizzes. Thanks a lot Tyler, I really needed this... This is by far one of the best quizzes ever.

I figgured I'd be Animal but this deep in-depth self exploratory quiz of your inner muppet really nails it...
Fozzie jpeg
You are Fozzie Bear.
You are caring and love your friends as if they
were family. For only they will put up with
your stupid jokes.

"Wocka! Wocka!"
Gags Beasley, comedy writer

Telling jokes, dodging tomatoes

"Why did the chicken cross the road?"

His joybuzzer, his whoopee cushion and Clyde, the
rubber chicken.

What Muppet are you?
brought to you by Quizilla

If you take this quiz, report back to me leaving a link to your results in my tip jar, this is absolutely fascinating...


Al-Qaeda's Casting Call

I work for National Career Fairs helping to get companies to buy booths at job fairs all around the nation and hopefully Canada, Mexico, and Japan in the next year or two.

Here's an applicant that I would have to turn away...
Looking for work? Consider Al Qaeda...
DUBAI (Reuters) - Al Qaeda has put job advertisements on the Internet asking for supporters to help put together its Web statements and video montages, an Arabic newspaper reported.

Asharq al-Awsat said the advert did not specify salary amounts, but added: "Every Muslim knows his life is not his, since it belongs to this violated Islamic nation whose blood is being spilled. Nothing should take precedence over this."
I bet'cha they offer a killer benefits package!

I'm just wondering how long until Michael Moore gets hired on by alJazeera.
Why not, they've just hired BBC reporter David Frost...


Headlines and Happenings

Saturday morning headline scan:
Report Warns Democrats Not to Tilt Too Far Left
George Lakoff of the University of California at Berkeley: "The best rhetoric will fail if the public rejects the substance of a candidate's agenda or entertains doubts about his integrity."
That's why he gets paid the big bucks at Beserkly! Is this the first time Lackoff has been introduced to the outside world where the working people are? Quite the rude awakening I'm sure.

Bush Plan Shows U.S. Is Not Ready for Deadly Flu
WASHINGTON, Oct. 7 - A plan developed by the Bush administration to deal with any possible outbreak of pandemic flu shows that the United States is woefully unprepared for what could become the worst disaster in the nation's history.

The 381-page plan calls for quarantine and travel restrictions but concedes that such measures "are unlikely to delay introduction of pandemic disease into the U.S. by more than a month or two."
Therefore we should just forget it then. In fact, we should leave the borders wide open and give red carpet welcomes to those infected with the flu from China to keep from hurting their feelings.

We're all going to die anyhow.

Terror in the heartland?
Not more than 100 yards from the Oklahoma-Kansas State football game on Saturday, OU student Joel Henry Hinrichs III, 21, blew himself up in what was initially believed to be a simple suicide. While his decision to kill himself seemed to match a personality friends and family describe as detached and strange, disturbing facts are beginning to emerge suggesting that Mr. Hinrichs had more sinister designs, like perhaps taking a few of the 84,000 nearby fans with him.

The FBI says that it has still no reason to believe Mr. Hinrichs was involved in a larger terrorist plot. Similarly, it has no information that suggests there is any additional threat to the OU-area. But in light of these frightening facts, the FBI mustn't rule anything out.
But then again, they can't rule anything in because the lawyers at the Pentagon would trip over themselves to shut it down...
Able Danger anyone?

Ok, to my friends in and near Philly... this ones for you:
Philly Pride Presents
OUTFest 2005
Sunday, October 9, 2005
12 Noon 'til 7pm in the Gayborhood.

Hanky Panky Night Saturday night before Ourfest (a bar crawl in the gayborhood lots of chances to win prizes for people wearing hankys) .
Opening Party Friday night at shampoo.
Official Brunch at Valanni's, Sisters and Woody's
Offical Girl Parties all weekend at Sisters
FYI: The above was cut and paste directly from the site so the spelling errors aren't mine!

Bust out the leather outfits and the hankies y'all! It's gonna be a ho-down.


Friday, October 07, 2005 

No... Blog this!

I've been at kind of a loss lately in the blog o sphere. I love reading the news and opining on it with my twisted perceptions, but really, what am I going to add to a community that has a gazillion others doing the same thing.

I'm tellin' ya, this is some sort of blogging crossroads for me. I think I get more enjoyment out of visiting fellow bloggers in my sidebar than I do posting myself anymore.

Kira, Beth, a4g, Tony, Insol, Gunn, Katey, Jaden, Mensa, Sam, Wyatt, CUG, Damian, Steve, Fitch, The Man, dudes at RHoG, Tyler, Lorraine, Uber, MPH, Basil, and Jon are such fun to check in on everyday and write far more compelling posts and I enjoy commenting on their awesome sites. Plus this is a lazy way to show a lil bit o'linky love... for what it's worth.

Ok, so now what...

I've had this blog for a year at the end of this month and I've yet to post anything really personal as of yet. Perhaps it's been a fear of some psycho tracking me down and threatening my family. All I have to say about that is my kids have been taught to '...aim small... miss small...' so bring it on.

I also feel a bit introspective because I turned 31 a couple days ago and I tend to do an annual inventory of the past year's happenings about this time of year leading me to wonder why the hell do I spend so much time on the computer!

Perhaps it is time for a little self-indulgent display of sharing my personal life? Why not... if you're looking for intelligent commentary on current events, you wouldn't be here to begin with so never mind.

I will self-righteously claim that I blog for these guys. Someday they'll read what I've posted and think... man, my dad was nuts! Nothing says nuts like a conservative blogger who can't keep his thoughts to himself. What I do know is that my kids are going to grow with a strong grasp of American History, World History, and Geo-politics with this historical context as a backdrop. Then I wonder, is it better to know of these things and the doom it portends?

Sometimes I wonder, and my wife and I have had serious conversations about, would it be better to take off and re-plant the family in some remote corner of New Zealand? Should we learn how to live off of the land, re-connect and understand the beauty of God in the obvious and intricate workings of the natural world? With the way work is going we may be able to make something crazy like that happen in the near future.

Naa... that's crazy... that's what Henry David Thoreau's books are for.

Forget that. I'm determined to bring up and raise the next generation of patriots of a country that has an inspired destiny even when being run by uninspired partisans.

Therefore I blog...
(to be continued as I think of reasons to continue this inane diatribe.)

Thursday, October 06, 2005 

Who's Who

An American Hero... and an American Travesty.

Who am I talking about? Here are some hints...
The problem was with Bill Clinton -- the scandals and the rumored scandals, the incubating ones and the dying ones never ended. Whatever moral compass the president was consulting was leading him in the wrong direction. His closets were full of skeletons just waiting to burst out.

I was concerned about who he would put in there as FBI director because he had expressed antipathy for the FBI, for the director, so I was going to stay there and make sure he couldn't replace me
Louis J. Freeh had the daunting responsibility to investigate one of the most corrupt Presidents of all time. Quite the position to be forcefully put in! He handled it like an American Hero.

On the other hand who is this:
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, there was - at least for a short time - a quality of vividness and clarity of focus in our public discourse that reminded some Americans - including some journalists - that vividness and clarity used to be more common in the way we talk with one another about the problems and choices that we face. But then, like a passing summer storm, the moment faded.
If I could provide you some context for these statements I would... unfortunately the status of the author's sanity is extremely questionable. Way to grift some publicity off of the Hurricane Tragedy big Al... Sharpton is teaching you well.

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