Sunday, April 30, 2006 

No Worries

My second interview was as easy as the question, 'When can you start?'

Since then I've been soaking up precious moments with my kids and spending a lot of time out on the lake... for soon I'll be a 9-5 working stiff again.

I've just not had the blogging bug lately. Getting loose ends wrapped up with my current job (which I won't actually be leaving, I'll just be doing during nights and days off) and the development of a new enterprise has left me no spare time for blogging.

Besides, watching the news media twist stories to fit their annoying agenda gets in itself, quite annoying... so I've pretty much withdrawn to the refuge of my wife and kids company (while I still can) and spending plenty of time on my bro-in-law's new boat, a georgeous Sea Ray Sundancer... awaiting the arrival of the inevitable Middle Eastern Nuclear Blast...

I'm sure I'll be back in the bloggin world full force when my new workplace peers get sick of hearing me explain how their perspective on world politics have been warped by the MSM... not to mention how tired they'll get of my history lectures. That's when I'll retreat back into the comfortable world of the blog-o-sphere where I've made so many new and very cool friends.

So don't give up on me quite yet. Keep on checking in on me when you can. I really appreciate the fact that so many of you keep coming around despite the complete neglect of my site lately.

Guess what time it is... you guessed it! It's time to further cook my irish/cherokee skin in the Nevada sunrays. Yup, it's time to head back to my second home, Lake Mead. I'll remember to take my camera this time and try and get some picts of my kids chasing the seagulls around the lake shore.

Tomorrow I start my first day on the new job.
Hope y'all are having a great weekend! Don't be strangahs!

Thursday, April 20, 2006 

My job finds me a new job

In a wee bit o'irony, I found myself a new job at our own career fair here in Las Vegas. Yup, I'm moving my working life out of my home office and into a good ole fashioned retail environment- and the career fair that I assisted in arranging- assisted me in arranging a new arrangement- huh?

It's time to find more established employment to provide my household of seven more security and finally some health benefits. Luckily we've skated by this long without them without any disasterous mishaps that could have really put us in the poorhouse. I've rarely had things work out when pushing my luck so... no whammies no whammies... STOP!

Ahhh... back to the suit and tie cubicle office life as I tackle the challenges of managing a retail store. No, I won't be able to work all day in my jammies, play Tiger Woods on the XBox while on the phone making sales, or sleep in as long as I want anymore. *shrug* All good things come to an end eventually, but only to make way for other good things right? Things are as we make them eh?

I'm writing as if I already have the job, when all I have done so far is finish the first interview with the store's recruiter... but with my irresistable charm and exceedingly good looks and professional background, there's no way I don't get this job. Particularly after the wonderful interaction I had with the store's employment gatekeeper.

Yikes, I hope they don't google my name and come across this post before my next interview on Monday with the regional manager!

Eh, I'm sure they'll understand... wish me luck!!

Sunday, April 16, 2006 

Goofy video linkage

Explore at your own risk... some of you may have already seen these but they're definatelly worth watching again!

9/11 Conspiracy Retards make a$$e$ of themselves... (caution, bad language- it is Penn and Teller btw)

Terrifying Terrorist Training Camp Video...

Die Hippies, Die

Now that's how ya start a week eh?


Weekend Pro-Immigration Rally

LEGAL Immigration that is...

I really wanted to make it up to Reno for this rally to support my new friends in NICPAC.

As well as the great people in the Northern Nevada Chapter of Protest Warrior.

They teamed up, pooled some resources, and had some excellent signs displayed.

Not suprisingly however was the complete lack of local media coverage. There were no interviews of the protesters asking them what they thought of the immigration situation.

Despite the fact that they were tripping over themselves to cover the clueless high school students who have been staging walkouts of the schools here over the last month and then drilling into our heads their ignorant remarks laced with mindless emotion.

That's where we come in eh? I believe it is up to us bloggers to restore sanity to the public debate.

Although I couldn't make it, Matthew was able to keep me up to date with some great pictures!

Be sure to hit up all the links, check out the awesome pictures, and spread the word that the local MSM won't!

We will not be ignored!

Saturday, April 15, 2006 

Happy Easter

Easter Blessings to you and your families.

Remember what this season is to remind us of.

Pettifog wishes us a Happy Keester!

United Irelander has an Irish Rememberance

Wyatt asks Stupid Easter Questions

My bud Matt (just north o'me) has some Easter Cartoons

Dymphna has an inspirational picuture at Gates of Vienna

Mark recounts the Easter Story

As does my brothah from anothah mothah Adam (with a beautiful new look to his site)

...and my sistah from anothah mistah D. Maria

Daniel at Raving Conservative has a celebration all his own

Citizen Grim has his Easter tribute

Random Yak explains how to get the most out of the Easter Holiday

Shamalama takes a few bloggin days off for the holiday... for good reason

Have a Nice Easter Weekend Y'all

Thursday, April 13, 2006 


Go check out perhaps the best Carnival of Comedy ever...
-as put on by the madmen at Point Five.
You do not want to miss this one!

Wednesday, April 12, 2006 

Mentoring Tha Wease

Picture via DPGI v.2

In response to my son's bacon munching mishap,

MMMMmmmm Bacon

...the senior senator from the great state of Nevada demonstrates the "correct" way to flip someone off.

Harry Reid remarks,
"As Insolublog said, the kid has potential. But if he wants to survive here on Capitol Hill he needs a bit more emotion and an I'm gonna kick your arse snarl ready to snap at any second, especially when there exists the possibility that GW may walk around the corner at any time.
The President has a response of his own. A move practiced since before his presidential campaign began. Bush reassures 'Tha Wease',
"I like your instincts kid. Don't take no crap from anyone little man. Well, 'cept from maybe your daddy... Hey, can I have some of that bacon?
Then all of a sudden, one of my heros weighs in... Justice Scalia
Eh yo wease, iffa one o'dem minchione from the press give you any crap, just remembah dat Capitol Hill is nuttin but'a merdaio. Don'ta be afraid to give 'em da mostrare il dito medio."
Phew, wow... That's it for the manners lesson tonight little man. Now get your little butt to bed!

Hey! Put that finger away you little...


Hump Day Humor- Frank J's World

Dude is the best... a must read for a good laugh to help get'chall to Friday.
"Yet another grand day of me being in charge of the world," President Bush said as he looked out the window of the White House. He then saw a new building next to his labeled "El Casa Blanca."

Tuesday, April 11, 2006 

Redneck Athiests Pathetic Plea for Attention

UPDATE: The links below seem to be working again.

Courtesy of Stop the ACLU:

Who's twisted enough to wage a War on the Easter holiday? Well, these rednecks apparently are...

How pathetically desperate for acknowledgement can you possibly be to be determined to pass out 666 copies of the film 'The God Who Wasn't There' by Easter Sunday in Christian churches across America?!

Oh how clever... 666 copies...

Preying on those who have made the decision to live on their Faith in Jesus Christ is the mark of an empty and pathetic soul. Don't get me wrong, I'm not talking about all Atheists, only the degenerate suckers involved in this story.

What possible effect could someone's faith and desire to worship the Son of Man, particularly on the holiday when the Resurrection is celebrated, have on one to create this sad hit piece on the One who bridged the gap between this world and the next?

Perhaps it was exposure to those who do unspeakable acts in the name of Christianity, forever souring their perception of the entire faith- for they do unfortunately exist... I've known some.

But to allow these imposters shape how you think and feel about the Supernatural when they actively violate the word they proclaim to embody is to have succumbed to weakness.

I know those who refuse to go to church services because they don't like those who attend the services. This completely misses the point of the services themselves- to commune personally, and at the same time, as a neighborhood with our Heavenly Father. An action by the way, which does not necessarily need to be done in a church building...

But to sabotage and attempt to destroy the faith of those who are sincerely struggling in their own right to commune with God and teach their children principals that will help them throughout the years of their lives is nothing more than a manifestation of evil and hatred.

If I found one of my boys picking up one of these pamphlets or movies that one of these scumbags left in the pew, they would have confirmation extremely quick of the existence of God... Christian of me eh?

Saturday, April 08, 2006 

Floating this Weekend Away...

I figure I better get out to Lake Mead before it gets 120 degrees and I accelerate any advancement of skin cancer I'm sure to induce this summer.

Having grown up in the heart of the Finger Lakes in Upstate NY, I've been pretty spoiled as far as lake exploration goes.

Lake Mead is just a big puddle created by the Hoover Dam but hey... it's water isn't it? And I need to be on it...

We don't have a boat (yet) so we'll just rent a pontoon boat (read: party boat), find a nice little cove and just kick back and relax. Perhaps we'll throw the kids into the nice ice cold water a time or two. Sounds like a plan...

Have a good weekend y'all.

Wednesday, April 05, 2006 

I hwuut my fin-guhh...

Hey you ungrateful little, see if I make you egg sandwiches again!

Huh? You what?

"I hav an owwie on my fin-guhh"

Ok, hold on a sec Wease, lemme grab my camera so we can show mommy the owwie.


Here we go bud, show me that owwie!

(I hope grandma isn't reading this- I'm going to be in huge trouble!)

Further investigation finds that he bit his finger while gobbling down his bacon. Yeah that's right- MMMMMmmmm Bacon...

When he is eating something he really likes (bacon? DUH) he tends to roll his eyes back in his head... a Bacorgasm if you will. Well, he apparently lost track of one of his digits and took a chomp...

That's my boy!

Tuesday, April 04, 2006 

Bulletin! Bulletin!

These sentences actually appeared in church bulletins or were announced in church services:

The Fasting & Prayer Conference includes meals.
The sermon this morning: "Jesus Walks on the Water."
The sermon tonight: "Searching for Jesus."
Our youth basketball team is back in action
Wednesday at 8 PM in the recreation hall.
Come out and watch us kill Christ the King.
Ladies, don't forget the rummage sale.
It's a chance to get rid of those things
not worth keeping around the house.
Bring your husbands.
The peacemaking meeting scheduled for today has
been canceled due to a conflict.
Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our community.
Smile at someone who is hard to love.
Say "Hell" to someone who doesn't care much about you.
Don't let worry kill you off - let the Church help.
Miss Charlene Mason sang "I will not pass this way again,"
giving obvious pleasure to the congregation.
For those of you who have children and don't know
it, we have a nursery downstairs.
Next Thursday there will be tryouts for the choir.
They need all the help they can get.
The Rector will preach his farewell message after
which the choir will sing: "Break Forth Into Joy."
Irving Benson and Jessie Carter were married on October 24 in the
church. So ends a friendship that began in their school days.
A bean supper will be held on Tuesday evening in
the church hall. Music will follow.
At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic
will be "What Is Hell?"
Come early and listen to our choir practice.
Eight new choir robes are currently needed due to
the addition of several new members and to the
deterioration of some older ones.
Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles
and other items to be recycled.
Proceeds will be used to cripple children.
Please place your donation in the envelope along
with the deceased person you want remembered.
The church will host an evening of fine dining,
super entertainment and gracious hostility.
Potluck supper Sunday at 5:00 PM - prayer and
medication to follow.
The ladies of the Church have cast off clothing of every kind.
They may be seen in the basement on Friday afternoon.
This evening at 7 PM there will be a hymn singing
in the park across from the Church.
Bring a blanket and come prepared to sin.
Ladies Bible Study will be held Thursday morning at 10 AM.
All ladies are invited to lunch in the Fellowship Hall
after the B.S. is done.
The pastor would appreciate it if the ladies of the
congregation would lend him their electric girdles
for the pancake breakfast next Sunday.
Low Self Esteem Support Group will meet Thursday at
7 PM. Please use the back door.
The eighth-graders will be presenting Shakespeare's
Hamlet in the Church basement Friday at 7 PM.
The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy.
Weight Watchers will meet at 7 PM at the First Presbyterian Church.
Please use large double door at the side entrance.
The Associate Minister unveiled the church's new tithing campaign
slogan last Sunday: "I Upped My Pledge - Up Yours"


Exposing Roots of Terrorism in USA?

If anyone is going to know about roots of Terrorism in the USA it's going to be the one who has had a hand it organizing it over the last two decades- this travelling gnome lookin psycho. Sheikh Syed Mubarik Ali Gilani the Pakistani founder of the terrorist group Jamaat ul-Fuqra-

A group of brainwashed impoverished Muslims living among us.

Because of the investigative report released by Douglas J. Hagmann of The Northeast Intelligence Network and CP, Gilani has come out from under his rock to defend himself from what he believes is a web of lies being woven by these two gentlemen. From Gilani's statement:
On the 12th of February, a so-called 'interim investigative report' by an unknown private individual who called himself 'CP' investigator and Douglas J. Hagmann, with the internet address,, was released.

This highly questionable report about Muslims of the Americas (MOA), their town Islamberg, NY, the International Quranic Open University (IQOU), and the Vice Chancellor of IQOU, is a small part of a campaign of hate, fabricated falsehood, lies, and appalling propaganda aimed at bringing about a clash between Muslims and Christians the world over, and particularly in the United States (U.S.) As the Imam of the Muslims of the Americas and Vice Chancellor of IQOU, I take this opportunity to expose this recurring scheme of deception and falsehood conjured up by vested interests.
It kind of sounds like an ACLU lawyer is already on the case eh? Anyway, the only vested interest I can see by CP and Mr. Hagmann is the security of the United States and exposure of any sleeper cells currently in operation amongst us. Their honest investigation of closed off Muslim territories in upstate NY and in Virginia seem warranted when some light is shed on their recent observations of these camps.

As CP notes:
Islamberg also does not have a good reputation among its neighbors as is claimed. In January of this year, two guys working for a phone company were physically assaulted by Gilani’s thugs while working near the compound. The neighbors are given menacing looks if they so much as slow down when passing by. The frequent automatic gunfire coming from the compound does not encourage them, considering members of the group guard the grounds with AR-15s and years ago used to march up and down the road in camouflage and ammo belts. If Gilani is so sure of his followers being law-abiding citizens, he might want to find out why the mayor of Islamberg has failed to pay some $350,000 in business taxes.
Gilani continues his diatribe by going Michael Moore on us all-
U.S. has become a pawn of hidden hands that use America’s wealth and the innocent blood of their sons and daughters to wage their wars against Muslims.

In World War II, observe how they managed to lure the U.S. into the war by concealing the Japanese secret code. This gave the green light to the Japanese to invade the U.S. at Pearl Harbor. This played an integral role in swaying public opinion towards opposing Hitler, eventually pushing the U.S. into the war.

It is obvious that Mr. Hagman is employed by those whose aim is to focus on creating hatred between Muslims and Christians in America. Their method is to facilitate unsubstantiated charges, and outright lies, against one of the most peaceful and patriotic communities in the U.S. —Muslims of the Americas.
It's hard to accept that those who refuse to denounce what happened on 9/11/01 to be among the most peaceful and patriotic communities in the US.
Once again, it was not in the interest of the US to become involved in the insurgency in Afghanistan. The U.S. was manipulated by the Masons whose sinister scheme was to free Jews from USSR, facilitating their immigration to Israel. In this, both Masons and Mossad played a major role. One can cite dozens of such examples but a few will be sufficient to expose the evil, inhumane designs of hidden hands wherein lie the roots of terrorism.
Uhhh ok, that was really enlightening...
Their hope, to bring about a clash of civilizations, in order to realize their global empire, failed. And so too, their aim to blame the Muslims, will fail.
CP responds; "I read a columnist recently who said accurately, I believe, that we are not involved in a clash of civilizations, but between civilization and the lack of it."

Amen! But wait, there's more... It seems that Gilani is also a faith healer!
By the end of 1979, I decided to introduce my methodology term "EGM" (El-Gilani Methodology) to the hospital environment in the U.S. The following are cases of patients who were cured using the EGM Methodology:

"King Fahad sent the son of his Chief bodyguard for treatment to neurologists who failed to revive him for five days. El Sheikh revived him in 15 minutes.

Sheikh Gilani met the challenge of his opponent who said, "He can’t revive dead cells". By God’s Mercy and Help, he revived a brain-dead patient who was given 48 hours to live, and who was under the care of Dr. Davis in Germantown hospital (Philadelphia). The patient was then treated by Dr. Wadud and was revived using the El-Gilani Methodology.

In June 2002, a patient suffering from the severe effects of Sickle-Cell Anemia as cured and discharged from Lourdes hospital (New York) 5 days after he had been given 48 hours to live.

A patient possessed by an entity that prevented her from having relations with her husband, was given water to drink that contained special prayers and Divine Words as prescribed by El-Sheikh Gilani. Immediately, a black smoky figure was seen leaving the woman, and the couple’s marital relationship was restored.
Is this enhancing his credibility with you? This post is starting to become an entry into the Carnival of Comedy...

CP also notes that "Gilani has preyed upon the poor and disillusioned, recruiting them to his cause. Then, he pushes them into even more poverty, taking a hefty portion of what income they might have as they live in trailers without basic utilities and provide their children with a poor education. Sounds like a regular Shangri-La!"

CP's conclusions seem to have some backing from a defector of the Jamaat ul-Fuqra camp who has dedicated himself to the revealing of his side of the story through his blog "Shedding Some Light" which I posted on a few days ago.

In one of his comments he states: "The media is more concerned about broken borders that cant be fixed rather than knowing inside information on what I am guessing is the first islamic terror group in the usa, whats that tell ya"

It tells me that we are on the verge of another domestic terrorist attack, and if it originates from one of these Jamaat-ul-Fuqra members we're going to go through the embarassment of "Able Danger" all over again.

(linked with open posts at: Basil's Blog, The Mudville Gazette, Don Surber, bRight & Early, Adam's Blog, Stop the ACLU, Pirate's Cove, Common Folk Using Common Sense)

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