Friday, January 30, 2009

Meet the real Batman

Pretty creepy. At least he eats fruit. 
If you wonder why he is batman instead of batwoman
look carefully at the picture.
Imagine if vampire bats grew to this size
 or even mosquitos.
She is just about full of blood.

Ricardo Ortiz Executed

This is the way all gang members should end up.  DEAD.
EL PASO -- Ricardo Ortiz became the first man convicted in an El Paso court to be executed by the state of Texas in 22 years on Thursday.

He was sentenced to death in the 1997 murder of Gerardo Garcia, a fellow inmate at the El Paso County Jail.

PhotobucketThe Associated Press reported that after receiving a lethal injection, Ortiz was pronounced dead at 5:18 p.m. MST in Huntsville.

The AP reported that Ortiz "expressed love for his family and thanked them for their support in the moment before he was executed."

"Stay strong," he said, although he had no personal witnesses in the death chamber. "I'm at peace. I love you and my kids. See you."

Ortiz, 46, did not request a special last meal, prison officials said.

He was convicted of injecting Garcia with a triple dose of heroin to keep him from testifying in a series of bank robberies, his 1999 trial revealed. Ortiz, a Texas Syndicate prison gang member, was being held at the jail on a parole violation and had offered authorities information on the robberies.

Garcia had been arrested on an unrelated charge.

Testimony also stated that Ortiz had heroin smuggled into the jail and had threatened to kill Garcia.

A relative of Ortiz who contacted the El Paso Times on Thursday but declined to be identified said the situation was "kind of hard," as her voice broke with emotion and the short call ended.

Other family members of Ortiz and Garcia could not be reached for comment. Family members of Garcia were also not on the list to attend the execution. SOURCE
It is amusing to me that most death-row murderers make the comment "Stay strong" shortly before assuming room temperature.

Virgil Martinez Executed

HUNTSVILLE — With his last gasps of breath Wednesday, Virgil Martinez told his family and the families of those he was convicted of killing that he was not responsible for the deaths of four people at a trailer home outside Alvin in October 1996.

PhotobucketIt was one of those found shot to death outside the trailer, 18-year-old John Gomez, who actually killed Veronica Fuentes, 27, and her children, 5-year-old Joshua and 3-year-old Casandra, Martinez claimed.

“I put the gun under my shirt and said ‘Hi’ to Josh and Casandra,” Martinez said while strapped to a gurney and facing his family and the victims’ families through a Plexiglas window. “John Gomez was there, he told Veronica that ‘He doesn’t love you.’ I didn’t care …”

While he described why he was at his victims’ home that night, Martinez snored a couple of times, then went silent.

At 6:50 p.m., about 10 minutes after the lethal chemicals entered his body, a doctor declared Martinez, 41, dead at the Huntsville Unit’s Death House.

A Brazoria County jury convicted Martinez of capital murder and sentenced him to death in 1998.

Jerry Fuentes, Veronica Fuentes’ former husband and Joshua and Casandra’s father, said Martinez’s last words were a slap in the face to Gomez’s family.

“He’s a liar,” Jerry Fuentes said.

Martinez wore black, thick-rimmed glasses and had a sheet pulled up to his chest. His hair was cut short, with a few silver streaks.

At the moment he was told to make his last statement, Martinez told several family members, “I love y’all.” He then began saying Gomez was the one who killed Fuentes and the two children.

“John Gomez killed your kids and sister,” Martinez said. “I know y’all love John Gomez, but he was a violent man. I wish I would have shot him in the leg, then he would be here. Those investigators were just trying to convict somebody.”

Jerry Fuentes called Martinez’s claims disrespectful. SOURCE

Fish Aquariums

I love fish aquariums. I have three small ones. I would gladly work in an office that had aquariums like the one pictured to the right.

I do not think that toilet fish tanks would be something I would want to see or use.

What do you think?

Friday's Quote

In my many years I have come to a conclusion that one useless man is a shame, two is a law firm, and three or more is a congress.
---John Adams
(1735 - 1826)

Thursday, January 29, 2009

A Cheesecake Story

And while talking about cheesecake take a gander
at this story I would like to call Cheesecake Bliss.
One ton of cream cheese is something I can't quite imagine,
 and I have been known to have a very good imagination.
I agree this would be the ultimate calorie bomb.

H/T  Bayou Renaissance Man

Word Thursday

  • not to be appeased, mollified, or pacified; inexorable: an implacable enemy.

I am an implacable opponent of our new president.

Wednesday, January 28, 2009

A Message from Barack Hussein Obama II

Here is a Poll over at Family Security Matters

I guess a majority think the new president will put us at risk.

Just chill and burn another one Obi.


If you saw this on the floor would you run like hell?
I would want some type of WMD to use on this "thing" spat up from hell.

Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Who knew Vader had a Girl?

Hey, He is a little short for Darth?

Word Tuesday

  1. the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.
  2. the act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession.
  3. a degree, level, or kind of schooling: a university education.
  4. the result produced by instruction, training, or study: to show one's education.
  5. the science or art of teaching; pedagogics.

Monday, January 26, 2009

Too much doobage Nancy?

Look at these red eyes! 
Rumor has it this woman has a Cavernous Twat
and really needs to lay off the pot smoking
before she makes public appearances.


I will have no one telling me that the great uniter is dropping
bombs on peaceful tribs in Pakistan. Believe me,
the great uniter has so much more to give than that.

Did these tribesmen mean "Tribes" or "Cribs" because tribes
has something to do with Indians, and there are Indians in Pakistan.
I guess that last "e" in tribes was too much to squeeze
in on their wonderfully rendered, if not misspelled banner.

If they would have just done the jobs themselves by getting
rid of Obama Bin Laden there would be no need for
predator drones filling the sky like vengeful eagles god-smacking
terrorist swine with lofty precision that could only have been
brought to you by courtesy of the Red, White and Blue.

Personally, I know I would hate to be bombed with a PGM while
chillin in my crib reading my favorite blogs with a cup of coffee.
I guess that is why Obama Bin Laden sleeps in caves from now on.
(O damn, did I say Obama again? I will post a retraction when I get around to it.)

What is your name?

I found it at Wyatt's

Get yours here.

Recent Executions

Frank Moore 
Frank Moore insisted until the very end that he fatally shot two men 15 years ago in self-defense.

"Self-defense is not capital murder," the 47-year-old said from the death chamber gurney, the Associated Press reported.

At 6:21 p.m. Wednesday, Moore became the second prisoner executed this year in Texas.

Moore was convicted of fatally shooting Samuel Boyd, 23, and Patrick Clark, 15, outside a bar following an altercation. He claimed the men tried to run him down in their car. SOURCE

Darwin Demond Brown
McALESTER, Okla. —  A man convicted of beating a convenience store clerk to death with a baseball bat nearly 14 years ago has been put to death.

Darwin Demond Brown was pronounced dead at 6:11 p.m. Thursday after receiving a lethal injection at Oklahoma State Penitentiary.

The 32-year-old Brown and three other men were convicted of killing Richard Yost during the February 1995 robbery of a QuikTrip store in Tulsa. Yost's bound and battered body was discovered by a customer in the store's walk-in refrigerator in a pool of blood, milk and beer.

The state Pardon and Parole Board denied clemency for Brown on Jan. 7, and Brown's attorney, James Hankins, said his client had exhausted all of his appeals. SOURCE

Reginald Perkins
A man convicted of strangling his 64-year-old stepmother has been executed in Texas, authorities say.

Reginald Perkins was pronounced dead on Thursday, six minutes after the lethal drugs began flowing, according to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.

Perkins, 53, was convicted for murdering Gertie Perkins in December 2000.
Her body was found in the trunk of her vehicle in a parking garage.

An autopsy revealed that her face and mouth were covered in bruises and that she had been strangled with an object like a telephone cord, according to a statement by Texas Attorney-General Greg Abbott.

On the day his stepmother disappeared, Perkins had pawned her ring for $US150 ($A228).

He also got two fraudulent cheques cashed for a total of $US1,100 ($A1,600) from the Perkins' trucking business account.  SOURCE

Friday, January 23, 2009

Friday's Quote

Time has no divisions to mark its passage; there is never a thunderstorm or blare of trumpets to announce the beginning of a new month or year. Even when a new century begins it is only we mortals who ring bells and fire pff pistols."

---Thomas Mann, German author (1875-1955)

Thursday, January 22, 2009

Word Thursday

–noun Psychology.
a feeling of happiness, confidence, or well-being sometimes exaggerated in pathological states as mania. Unabridged

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Word Tuesday

    1. total or partial darkness; dimness.
    2. a state of melancholy or depression; low spirits.
    3. a despondent or depressed look or expression.
–verb (used without object)
    4. to appear or become dark, dim, or somber.
    5. to look sad, dismal, or dejected; frown.
–verb (used with object)
    6. to fill with gloom; make gloomy or sad; sadden.
    7. to make dark or somber. Unabridged
These are a couple of examples of the quality of people he has around him. Is that the same tie he has on in both pictures.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Terrible job

Terrible Job: What job is worse?

Holding the sperm sample sock for a prize Thoroughbred horse or;

Or photographing some old decrepit cancerous scab of a human being spreading her legs?

(This Image had to have been heavily photobrushed.)

Friday's Quote

"Be at war with your vices, at peace with your neighbors,
and let every New Year find you a better man."
---Benjamin Franklin

Thursday, January 15, 2009

James Harvey Callahan Executed.

James Harvey Callahan you are no more.
ATMORE, Ala. (AP) -- James Harvey Callahan has been executed for the 1982 kidnapping, rape and murder of a Jacksonville woman.

The 62-year-old Callahan died at 6:24 p.m. Thursday by lethal injection at Holman Prison for the murder of Rebecca Suzanne Howell, a 26-year-old Jacksonville State University student.

Callahan had been on death row for nearly 26 years.

He was the first of five inmates set for execution in the first five months of this year. Alabama had no executions in 2008. Source.

Good riddance dirtbag. You lived 26 years longer than you deserved.

Freeze Tag Meme

I was tagged by the Flyer Girl (aka RT) and Snig's.
RT is trying to break me out of my posting drought.

This meme requires the receiver to talk about themselves.
This will be one very short Meme for me. I like "not" to speak about myself.

Da rules:
  1. Link to the persons who tagged you.
  2. Post the rules on your blog.
  3. Share six non-important things/habits/quirks about yourself.
  4. Tag six people with a link.
Six non-important things/idiosyncrasies/perks/bad habits about me:
  • Reclusiveness runs rampant in my family, and I, being the oldest adult male left the family, I must set the example.
  • I am terrible at following directions/laws/good sense.
  • I have never had patience. I pray for it daily.
  • I would love to take a leave of politics (at least for the next four years). That cannot be done unless you live in a cave in Afghanistan, and then again, maybe not even there.
  • I have had 20 years of Marital bliss. It has given me a better sense of humor.
  • I love reading blogs. Once you start reading the blogs that you like, you begin to realize how many truly special people the are out there. Now take that number and multiply it by 9,999,999 and that is the number of freaks and nut-jobs out there leaving you to wonder why God has so much patience.
I’ll tag the following bloggers:
I don't know six bloggers that have not been tagged (See the second thing above) so I will go with ones I know who need something to do and will do justice to this Meme;
  1. H2O
  2. The British Bird

Word Thursday

  1. the act or process of executing.
  2. the state or fact of being executed.
  3. the infliction of capital punishment or, formerly, of any legal punishment.
  4. the process of performing a judgment or sentence of a court: The judge stayed execution of the sentence pending appeal.
  5. a mode or style of performance; technical skill, as in music: The pianist's execution of the sonata was consummate.
  6. effective, usually destructive action, or the result attained by it (usually prec. by do): The grenades did rapid execution.
  7. Law. a judicial writ directing the enforcement of a judgment.
  8. Computers. the act of running, or the results of having run, a program or routine, or the performance of an instruction.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Curtis Moore Executed

I doubt Curtis Moore will be missed after his deeds.
The Crime
Moore was condemned for the fatal shootings of Roderick Moore, 24, who was not related to him, and LaTanya Boone, 21, both of Fort Worth. The two were found shot to death in a ditch across from W.M. Green Elementary School in southeast Fort Worth in November 1995.

That same night, firefighters summoned to put out a car fire found Hoyle, then 21, of Fort Worth, and Henry Truevillian Jr., 20, of Forest Hill, shot and burned.

Truevillian, robbed of $5, was dead. Hoyle, robbed of $150, survived and helped lead police to the arrest of Moore and his nephew, Anthony Moore, then 17.

The three men were abducted after agreeing to meet Curtis Moore and his nephew at a stable where Roderick Moore boarded and trained horses. Boone was abducted from the apartment she shared with Roderick Moore, her boyfriend.

Witnesses at Curtis Moore’s trial testified that the shootings culminated a drug rip-off, that he doused Hoyle and Truevillian with gasoline and ignited them as they were bound and in the car trunk.

Hoyle gave information that led authorities to Moore’s nephew, who was known as "Kojak." Hoyle also told authorities he didn’t know the name of Kojak’s partner but that he drove a pink truck.

Curtis Moore had such a vehicle, and he and his nephew were arrested about two weeks later. Source.

Justice was Served.

What girls can do

While the C-5 was turning over its engines, a female crewman gave the G.I.s on board the usual information regarding seat belts, emergency exits, etc.

Finally, she said, Now sit back and enjoy your trip while your captain, Judith Campbell, and crew take you safely to Afghanistan.

An old MSgt. sitting in the eighth row thought to himself, Did I hear her right? Is the captain a woman?

When the attendant came by he said Did I understand you right? Is the captain a woman?

Yes, said the attendant, In fact, this entire crew is female.

My God, he said, I wish I had two double scotch and sodas. I don't know what to think with only women up there in the cockpit.

That's another thing, Sergeant, said the crew member, We No Longer Call It The Cockpit, It's The Box Office.

H/T Patty Ann

Tuesday, January 13, 2009

Word Tuesday


  1. *a : an event or a time that begins a new period or development b : a memorable event or date
  2. *a : an extended period of time usually characterized by a distinctive development or by a memorable series of events b : a division of geologic time less than a period and greater than an age

A revolting development.

It is going to take a few drinks and a lot of time to wipe this epoch from my mind.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

While talking

I was indicating to my Wife that I felt how B. Hussein Obama was going to be the end of the world as I knew it. I am very, very shallow. She calmly stated that our sun could just let loose (like a fart) with a solar flare (because we are coming to a solar maximum) that could act as an EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) and rid the world of all the pesky electronics, destroying the power grids here on earth and put an end to my dirty little affair with blogging and technology. She said we would have to dig a pit with lime covered walls and put a shack over it to act as an outhouse. My Wife is very practical in the face of disaster. What bigger disaster than if the crapper goes down? I would need to stock up on red and white cobbs. She also mentioned that at some time in the 1800s there was a solar flare that ruined some telegraph wires as an example of what could be the result.

Talk about putting things into perspective.

It might be like going back to the 1800s for a while. I would also have to learn to deal with Florida heat in August.

Then I discovered this:

ScienceDaily (Jan. 9, 2009) — Fasten your seat belts -- we're faster, heavier, and more likely to collide than we thought. Astronomers making high-precision measurements of the Milky Way say our home Galaxy is rotating about 100,000 miles per hour faster than previously understood.

That increase in speed, said Mark Reid, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, increases the Milky Way's mass by 50 percent, bringing it even with the Andromeda Galaxy. "No longer will we think of the Milky Way as the little sister of the Andromeda Galaxy in our Local Group family."

The larger mass, in turn, means a greater gravitational pull that increases the likelihood of collisions with the Andromeda galaxy or smaller nearby galaxies.

This means B. Hussein Obama on the big scale is insignificant. While he could make your life here on earth a living hell, it is a relatively small thing when considering what could happen, happens. He is so insignificant that B.Hussein Obama could be put into a gnats navel and you would still have room for the Moon.

So in all actuality I have no worries except living the next day.

Nuff said.

Friday, January 09, 2009

Friday's Quote

It is easy to take liberty for granted, when you have never had it taken from you.
---Dick Cheney

Thursday, January 08, 2009

Word Thursday

–verb (used with object), -fused, -fusing.
  1. to perplex or bewilder: The flood of questions confused me.
  2. to make unclear or indistinct: The rumors and angry charges tended to confuse the issue.
  3. to fail to distinguish between; associate by mistake; confound: to confuse dates; He always confuses the twins.
  4. to disconcert or abash: His candor confused her.
  5. to combine without order; jumble; disorder: Try not to confuse the papers on the desk.
  6. Archaic. to bring to ruin or naught.
Your choices for pardons confuse the hell out of me,
but so did the Bill Clinton pardons.

Wednesday, January 07, 2009

The "Put on a Smile for Obama" kit

You know the inauguration of the Big O is just about 12 days away.

Here is a little suggestion on how to keep a smile on your face throughout that whole tedious debacle and for the next four years.

Citizen Happiness Kit


All citizens will now be required to look happy while watching the inauguration. This is mandatory for all citizens.

The Obama-approved supplies will be provided to each citizen at little or no cost.

* Low taxes getting to you?
* Feeling stressed?
* Too many tax cuts and not enough federal spending?

Here is the new low-cost, Obama-approved solution to cope with the lack of spreading around the wealth by the current administration.

Each Citizen will be supplied 2 paper clips and rubber bands.
See Fig 1.
(Fig 1.)

Assemble items as shown in Fig 2.
(Fig. 2)

Apply as shown in Fig 3.
(Fig 3.)

Enjoy the inauguration day citizen. This new equipment will help you reach the end of a disasterous four years with a smile on your face!

You can smile like
The President Elect too.

Clint Eastwood, still shooting straight after all these years

"We live in more of a pussy generation now, where everybody's become used to saying, "Well, how do we handle it psychologically?" In those days, you just punched the bully back and duked it out. Even if the guy was older and could push you around, at least you were respected for fighting back, and you'd be left alone from then on."

This quote came from the article:
Clint Eastwood: What I've Learned

Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Word Tuesday

  1. without distinctive, interesting, or stimulating qualities; vapid: an insipid personality.
  2. without sufficient taste to be pleasing, as food or drink; bland: a rather insipid soup.

Nice hat there Tex.

Friday, January 02, 2009

A great Blog worthy of a look.

Old Picture of the Day

If you wonder what it was like way back when, then this is your blog.

Friday's Quote

'Don't worry about avoiding temptation.
As you grow older, it will avoid you.'
--- Winston Churchill

Thursday, January 01, 2009

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

School Started on

The Learning never stops.

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