Friday, November 28, 2008

Friday's Quote

"I still find each day too short for all the thoughts I want to think, all the walks I want to take, all the books I want to read, and all the friends I want to see."
---John Burroughs

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.

Happy Thanksgiving

Word Thursday

  1. One that leads or guides.
  2. One who is in charge or in command of others.

    1. One who heads a political party or organization.
    2. One who has influence or power, especially of a political nature.
    3. A conductor, especially of orchestra, band, or choral group.
    4. The principal performer in an orchestral section or a group.
  3. Music

    1. A conductor, especially of orchestra, band, or choral group.
    2. The principal performer in an orchestral section or a group.
  4. The foremost animal, such as a horse or dog, in a harnessed team.
  5. A loss leader.
  6. Chiefly British The main editorial in a newspaper.
  7. leaders Printing Dots or dashes in a row leading the eye across a page, as in an index entry.
  8. A pipe for conducting liquid.
  9. A short length of gut, wire, or similar material by which a hook is attached to a fishing line.
  10. A blank strip at the end or beginning of a film or tape used in threading or winding.
  11. Botany The growing apex or main shoot of a shrub or tree.
  12. An economic indicator.

A leader in the socialist movement?

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

WITH ( What In The Hell )

I would hate to think idiots like this voted for the new president.
Maybe they just don't listen.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Shamelessly Lifted from Wyatt

I found this on Support Your Local Gunfighter and just had to lift it.


Silhouette of a man 
We think is written by a man (80%).

What is the girly stuff at 20%?

Shamelessly Lifted from RT

I found this over at RT's Place. Give it a try.

Your Native American Name Is...

Keme Kestejoo

Your name means: Secret Slave

Friday, November 21, 2008

Friday's Quote

Life is "trying things to see if they work".
---Ray Bradbury

Thursday, November 20, 2008

I am a Jaguar Fan but these are funny.

Q: What do you call 47 millionaires around a TV watching the Super Bowl?

A: The Jacksonville Jaguars

Q: What do the Jacksonville Jaguars and the Pope have in common?

A: They both can make 70,000 people (55,000 next Sunday) stand up and
yell 'Jesus Christ.'

Q: How do you keep a Jacksonville Jaguar out of your yard?

A: Put up goal posts.

Q: Where do you go in Jacksonville in case of a tornado?

A: To the Municipal stadium -you never see a touchdown there.

Q: What do you call a Jacksonville Jaguar with a Super Bowl ring?

A: A thief.

Q: What's the difference between the Jaguars and a dollar bill?

A: You can still get four quarters out of a dollar bill.

Q: How many Jaguars does it take to win a Super Bowl?

A: Nobody knows and we may never find out.

Q: What do the Jacksonville Jaguars and possums have in common?

A: Both play dead at home and get killed on the road

Jacksonville Jaguars' football practice was delayed nearly two hours
this morning after a player reported finding an unknown white powdery
substance on the practice field. Head coach Del Rio immediately
suspended practice while police and federal agents were called to

After a complete analysis, FBI forensic experts determined that the
white substance, unknown to the players, was the goal line.

Practice was resumed after special agents decided the team was unlikely
to encounter the substance again.

Word Thursday

  1. Not known; unfamiliar: a modern-day problem unknown in earlier times.
    1. Not identified or ascertained: received flowers from an unknown admirer.
    2. Not established or verified.
  2. Not well known or widely known: an unknown artist.
    1. A person or thing that is unknown: "the abyss of the unknown" (Helena Petrovna Blavatsky).
    2. A person who is not well known, as to the general public: cast an unknown in the starring role.
  1. Mathematics A quantity of unknown numerical value.
The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

Tuesday, November 18, 2008

After a brief pause




After waking up in the ObamaNation the posting will resume
in due course after a visit to the "change we can believe in"
re-education camp.

I figured I would go see Disney World before our
newest president elect sent all the Gitmo detainees to
Disney World for a much needed rest from the
rigors of "terrorists on ice" program.

Word Tuesday

v.   tr.

    1. To cause to be different: change the spelling of a word.
    2. To give a completely different form or appearance to; transform: changed the yard into a garden.
    3. To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch: change methods; change sides.
    4. To transfer from (one conveyance) to another: change planes.
  1. To give and receive reciprocally; interchange: change places.
  2. To exchange for or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category: change one's name; a light that changes colors.

    1. To lay aside, abandon, or leave for another; switch: change methods; change sides.
    2. To transfer from (one conveyance) to another: change planes.
  3. To give or receive the equivalent of (money) in lower denominations or in foreign currency.
  4. To put a fresh covering on: change a bed; change the baby.

--- American Heritage Dictionary

A rather sinister looking image of change. 

Friday, November 14, 2008

Friday's Quote

I contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a
man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle.
--- Winston Churchill

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Denard Manns Executed

DENARD Manns, convicted of robbing, raping and murdering a US Army soldier in her home while on parole almost exactly 10 years ago, has been executed in Texas.

Manns, a 42-year-old African-American with an extensive criminal record, was put to death by lethal injection and pronounced dead at 6:24 pm Thursday (11. 24am AEDT today), according to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Manns was condemned for fatally shooting 26-year-old Michelle Robson of Fort Hood, Texas, in the head and chest after sexually assaulting her.

He had been on parole from a previous armed robbery conviction in New York state when he committed the crime on November 18, 1998.

Ms Robson was found half-naked in her bathtub, after being shot five times.

The Texas public prosecutor's office said DNA analysis showed Manns had raped the victim.

Fingerprint evidence on the murder weapon further implicated him in the crime.

After the murder he fled the apartment in Robson's car, taking her jewelry and credit cards.

Manns was convicted in 2002, and refused to appear at the subsequent punishment phase of his trial.

In his last statement, Manns criticised his own lawyers, who he said "purposely denied me a fair trial". Source
He was crying about about a fair trial?!? What about his victim's fair trial? This convict also converted to Islam while spending his time waiting on the appeals process.

George Whitaker III Executed

HUNTSVILLE, Texas - A man who went on a murderous rampage against the family of his ex-girlfriend was executed Wednesday after he apologized and asked his family to pray for him.

George Whitaker III, who killed a 16-year-old girl and seriously wounded her mother and 5-year-old sister in 1994, was pronounced dead at 6:15 p.m. CST, eight minutes after lethal drugs began flowing into his body. Source

Justice was served.

Word Thursday

  1. an advocate or supporter of socialism.
  2. (initial capital letter) a member of the U.S. Socialist party. Unabridged (v 1.1)

  1. An advocate of socialism.
  2. often Socialist A member of a political party or group that advocates socialism.
  1. Of, promoting, or practicing socialism.
  2. Socialist Of, belonging to, or constituting a socialist party or political group.
American Heritage Dictionary


Tuesday, November 11, 2008

For All The Veterans

Thank You!

Word Tuesday

  1. a person who pretends to more knowledge or skill than he or she possesses; quack. Unabridged (v 1.1)

  1. A person who makes elaborate, fraudulent, and often voluble claims to skill or knowledge; a quack or fraud.
American Heritage Dictionary

Friday, November 07, 2008

Friday's Quote

The only reason some people get lost in
thought is because it’s unfamiliar territory.
---James Branch Cabell (1879-1958)

Thursday, November 06, 2008

Elkie Lee Taylor Executed

HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) - A parolee convicted of using coat hangers to strangle a 65-year-old mentally ill man in Fort Worth -- has been executed tonight.

Elkie Lee Taylor was condemned for killing Otis Flake.

In his last statement, Taylor said: "You ain't got to worry about nothing" to an aunt and a couple of friends.

He said: "I am going home. I hope to see all of y'all one day. Lord have mercy on my soul."

Then Taylor looked through another death chamber window relatives of his victim were standing and told them, "Stay strong. It's bad to see a man get murdered for something he didn't do. But I am taking it like a man, like a warrior. I am going home to Jesus."  Source

Fox Attack

Thrasher the Fox and his last raid.
PHOENIX -- If she had to give the rabid fox that bit her a nickname, Michelle Felicetta would call it "Thrasher."

Felicetta was hiking a three-mile loop of trail at the base of Granite Mountain in Prescott, Ariz., on Monday when the fox approached her on the trail just like it was meeting her, she told Phoenix station KPHO.

"This fox made eye contact with me and started walking towards me," she said. "That's when I knew something was really wrong.
Beware of foxes that make eye contact.
"I went to back up slowly, and as soon as I went to back up, it came and attacked my foot."

The fox grabbed hold of Felicetta's big toe, but she grabbed it by the neck before it could bite her knee. It bit her arm instead.

"I was choking it with (one) hand," she said. "I was trying (to) get it off … Everything I tried -- he wouldn't let go, and I even considered trying to rip him off, but he had such a good hold it would have done damage."

With the fox hanging from her arm, Felicetta ran a mile back to her car. She managed to pry the fox off of her, wrapped it in her sweatshirt and threw it in the trunk of her car before driving to Yavapai Regional Medical Center.

"As soon as I saw blood, I knew it was probably rabid," she said. "I knew I had to do something."
This is one heck of a woman who can run a mile with a rabid fox on her arm!
When an animal control officer tried to take the fox out of the trunk at the hospital, it bit her, too.

"She thought she had the noose thing around its neck," Felicetta said. "But it slipped out and actually attacked her."

Both Felicetta and the animal control officer have to undergo a series of rabies vaccinations over the next few weeks.

Felicetta said the ordeal was "very hard" for her.

"I love animals; I love nature," she said. "I'm very respectful, but as soon as this incident happened I knew something was wrong with the fox."  Source
I hope they both recover completely.

This would have been such a better story if she had a concealed weapons permit, and been able to use the weapon.

When I lived in Arizona I always had a gun close at hand for just such a event as this. Animals tend to be animals. They are unpredictable and possibly rabid.

Yeah; PETA sucks.

Wednesday, November 05, 2008


Maybe now the great white RINO will head off to pasture and retire when his term is up. I guess reaching across the isle did not help much in his election. Moderate republicans cannot win elections.

How can someone claim to unite us by taking (spreading the wealth) what I and my wife work very hard for and give it to someone whom does not want to work harder (or at all) on there own; like Peggy Joseph.

---Nuff Said

Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Word Tuesday

  • a. A formal expression of preference for a candidate for office or for a proposed resolution of an issue.
  • b. A means by which such a preference is made known, such as a raised hand or a marked ballot.
2. The number of votes cast in an election or to resolve an issue: a heavy vote in favor of the bill.
3. A group of voters alike in some way: the Black vote; the rural vote.
4. The act or process of voting: took a vote on the issue.
5. The result of an election or referendum.
6. The right to participate as a voter; suffrage.

The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition

Monday, November 03, 2008

Barack Hussein Obama II; A class act?

Hell No!
This friggin loser had to come down here to Jacksonville and flip off Senator McCain just to prove to us what kind of a class act he really is. I bet he learned this from the ingrate Bill Ayers or Jesse "Cut his Nuts off" Jackson or maybe that moronic wife of his. That sure is Presidential behavior isn't it.

Here is a picture of him flipping off that racist wife of his.
Maybe it is just a cultural thing?
Are they not the picture of happiness?

A Message from Barack Hussein Obama II

H/T MC in AZ.

Saturday, November 01, 2008


H/T M. C. in AZ

Executions for the month of November

6TXElkie Lee Taylor
George Whitaker
Dennard Manns
Eric Dewayne Cathey
Wayne Tompkins
Gregory Bryant-Bey
Rogelio Cannaday
Robert Jean Hudson
Marco Chapman

Where are the Photo credits?

I find most the images uncredited on random sites, but I will add credits if someone lets me know who the has the rights to the image.

Boarding Party Members

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The Learning never stops.

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