Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Nice Ass

Put make up on an ass and it is still an ass.

Part of the 200 man security team for The Obamacon's European Vacation.
There will no ammunition supplied since there is no war on terror anymore.
Harsh language will be used against terrorist, capitalists and individualists.

The Obamacon will just loose the dogs of ACORN on the hapless dredges of society.

That is all.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Lunch, Chairs & A Woman

Remember to wash the giant constrictor snake before it has its dinner.

"That" is one hell of a chair.

After that last picture we need a real or fake moment.

That is all.

Saturday, March 28, 2009

Vote Man, not Earth

Right now most of the hippy moonbats are sitting in the dark during earth hour in silent lucidity.

It does not appear the the major networks are turning off during earth hour either. It is March Madness after all.

Not me,

I on the other hand am enjoying the wonders of a technologically advanced civilization. I have everything on. At 8:00 PM I will be watching COPS and waiting to see a hippie/druggie/moonbat get tasered or at least tuned up.

 I will be turning all 57 bulbs in the house to the "ON" position.

Life is good and I am enjoying it now because, when President Teleprompter is done with his agenda we may all be sitting in the dark with nothing to do except thinking about how this empty suit won an presidential election.

Do the right thing tomorrow and swear at a moonbat.

I am voting for Global Warming

Today there are a bunch of whacked out toss pots out there that want to make a statement. A statement about Glo-Bull warming. You can switch all your lights off at 8:30 -9:30 PM on Saturday the 28th.  You could, as I plan to do, turn on every single energy using device in my household for the entire evening. I may have to buy a big screen TV that really sucks the electricity too. I figure that I may also have to turn on the air-conditioner as well, for at least a couple of hours at least.   

Moonbattery wrote about this earlier this week.

This is the site where you can learn more the Earth hour. I call it; "What A Pile of  Steaming Stool".

Friday, March 27, 2009

The Fallen

I offer my prayers for the Families, Friends and Fellow Officers on this day. Take a moment to think about what these men stood for and what they were doing to make the world safer for everyone. The animals are out there and so are men like these, keeping the animals in check.


I found this picture on the The Bronze Blog.
He has more information there.

Thursday, March 26, 2009

Great Blog Posts

I am sick and tired of the Obama and his American Idol like presence on TV. It seems like every prime time when I turn on the TV I see the Wizard of Uhh, errr. There is a great post about the Obama and his love of being the New Star of Prime Time.

The next one is in the field of human endeavor. I found this little gem over at Moonbattery.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

My Wife asks me why I don't read more.

Politics are a more pressing need.

The new White House dog?

The toilet before the Obama porkulus stimulus plan . . .

And then after the Obama porkulus stimulus plan.

There is no going back folks for about a generation or two.

Sunday, March 22, 2009

My prayers and thoughts
are for all that wear the
Badge and Serve everyday.

Friday, March 20, 2009

Thoughts for a Friday

The Obama Volunteers

A thought about Muslims

A thought about some bloggers

Have a back up plan no matter what the reason

Nothing keeps the enemy suppressed like mortar fire. Use it often and pray they don't have counter-battery capacity.

Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Water Conservation, it sucks

It is time for the quarterly ass-raping from our local monopoly utility authority.

JEA discovered that water conservation not only saves water, but also reduces their revenues. So in order counteract this grievous and costly error, they will raise the rate they charge for water usage.

  JEA tries in vain to place their heads
in the up and locked position yet again.

So in my case, less will still cost me more. This brings us to today's jewel of a story.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Keeping the faucet off and taking shorter showers may soon cost Jacksonville residents extra.

JEA said it is considering a water rate hike that would essentially have consumers paying more money for doing their part to conserve.

The reason behind the possible rate hike is a decline in consumption.
No shit.
Many residents in Duval County have seen advertisements, including the one from the St. Johns River Water Management District in partnership with JEA, preaching restrictions and water conservation.

Everyone is expected do their part to conserve water, but a JEA representative said the utility's revenue is down and people using less water is the reason.

"We have fewer housing starts and less people moving into this area. There are a lot of reason we're seeing a decline in our revenue," said JEA spokeswoman Geri Boyce.

JEA's decline in revenue will most likely result in a higher JEA bill for many consumers. Depending on how much water consumers use every month, they could pay 10 percent more.

The proposal of a rate increase has many Jacksonville residents upset and concerned.

"I'm very worried about it. The average consumer can't afford another rate increase," said consumer Peggy Thrift.

"It is a matter of balance between people saving this water source and us being able to pay for fixed cost for delivering that service," Boyce said. "It's up to us to make sure our customers have clean water - regardless of how many customers we have, our costs remain the same."

Boyce said JEA would hold a public hearing on May 19 to consider an increase in water and sewage rates.  SOURCE

Jeepers Creepers


Being a woman is not without hazards.
Police: Man Uses Shoe-Cam To Peep On Women

NEPTUNE BEACH, Fla. -- A man is serving a four-month sentence one week after he was accused of using a camera hidden in his shoe to snap pictures of women trying on swimsuits at a surf shop.

According to the Neptune Beach police, Jeffery Polizzi went into Aqua East on Atlantic Boulevard last Monday, stood next to the dressing room and put his shoe under the door.

"She noticed it, grabbed his arm and he took off running," said Assistant police Chief Tony Carrillo.

So our peeping Jeffery took off running "like his ass was on fire and his head was a catching". 
Carrillo said three different women reported this happening to them. One said she was naked in the dressing room when she noticed a black shoe extended into the dressing room.

The man ran out of the store when confronted, police said.

Police said they were able to catch the suspect because one of the people inside the shop went outside and noticed a car that usually wasn't parked on one side of the parking lot, so an officer waited for several hours. He said the suspect came back got in the car and led him on a short chase.

The shoe tongue camera? It sounds like something from "Get Smart".

Once apprehended, police said they found a camera attached to the tongue of Polizzi's shoe.

"He cut about a 2-inch hole to put a camera in," Carrillo said. "It is unusual. It's the only one that I know of around."

Police said Polizzi confessed to concealing a small digital camera in his shoe with the lens pointed up through a hole he cut in attempt to photograph naked women.

An Aqua East employee told Channel 4's Dan Leveton she found the indecent "bizarre" and was glad the man accused of doing it was in custody.

Polizzi was charged with video voyeurism. At his first appearance on the charge, he pleaded no contest and was sentenced to serve four months in jail.  SOURCE
That is not what I would want on my RAP sheet.

Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Jaguar no more

I now know what the three strike rule means; You're OUT!

Now the number 18 is available on the Jacksonville Jaguars Football Team. It Seems Matt Jones does not need it anymore.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- The Jaguars released wide receiver Matt Jones on Monday morning, the team's Web site reported.

Jones was cut by the team following his release form three days in an Arkansas jail ordered after violation of probation on a drug charge last summer.

Jones was arrested for violating his probation after testing positive for alcohol during a random drug test on Feb. 27. His probation stems from his arrest for cocaine possession in July 2008, which also brought a three-game suspension by the NFL.

Jaguars owner Wayne Weaver was asked if this move was sent to send a message to other players.

"It is a message about, you know, we have certain standards, and people that go across that line, we just won't tolerate it."
If, if only Jones could have kept his nose out of the candy. I feel this may be the fall of a talented if not stupid Pro Football player.

On that note:
"We wish Matt well. We hope that he'll get his life together and be very successful," Weaver said. "It was time for him to move on."  SOURCE

A previous post about the fall of Number 18.

Monday, March 16, 2009

Trouser Tyrany

After a suggestion that I might want try a different style of garment. It might be liberating working in the yard, chopping wood and all sorts of busy work activities in it.

So I present to you, the kilt.

Brought to you by Utilikilts.
Kilts in public:
The Bay City Rollers
Sean Connery
James Doohan
Roddy Piper
Liam Neeson --- Rob Roy
Duncan McLeod
Mel Gibson ---- Sir William Wallace
Mike Myers
Ewan McGregor
Samuel L. Jackson
Ladies Hostess Kilt
Ladies formal
Rather informal but nice
Watch those breezes guys.

The American National Tartan.

Here are 110 reasons to wear a kilt.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

What will happen after three strikes?

How hard can it be to keep your "nose" out of the "nose candy" when you are making a huge piles of money in the NFL?
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A day after a teammate is sentenced to jail time, the Jaguars' leader on the football field spoke out about his top wide receiver's latest arrest.

Police arrested Matt Jones after he failed a drug test -- a violation of the plea deal he reached last year when officers charged him with cocaine possession. The Jaguars receiver was ordered to spend a week in jail in Arkansas for the violation.

In court in Washington County, Jones slowly banged his head against a wall. He told the judge, " I made a bad decision, a dumb decision. It was definitely a dumb mistake on my part."

Jones admitted to a judge that he recently drank beer with friends on a golf course.

After failing a routine drug test, Jones was ordered to spend the rest of the week behind bars.

Seems like Matt might need to quickly bang his head on the wall this time. Here is his arrest report.
After learning of the football player's admittance, his teammate David Garrard said it gets tougher every time to continue to support someone who keeps making mistakes.

Last season, the NFL suspended Jones after he was arrested by Arkansas police on charges of cocaine possession. At that time, a judge agreed to send Jones' case to drug court, where he was allowed to undergo an intervention program and serve 30 hours of community service to avoid serving any time in jail.

Garrard said he has kept in contact with the troubled receiver all winter.

"I did talk to him last week, though, and I've been doing that all offseason, and I'm just trying to keep up with him … I was hoping he wouldn't have anymore altercations, and hopefully this is the last one," Garrard said.

When Jones is released on Sunday, he is expected to immediately return to Jacksonville to report to Jaguars strength and conditioning training, where he can still expect the support of his quarterback.

"He did make another mistake and I just want to be here for him to encourage him. You know, we still believe in him. Hopefully, from this day forward he can just, you know, keep his nose clean," Garrard said. "Hopefully, being in jail for a week will straighten him out. I'm sure he has some kind of program that I'm sure he's going to have to be in once he gets out. Hopefully, that will straighten his life out because he does need help, and obviously we don't give up on him here and we still continue to fight for him and have his back here."
Keep his nose clean?  FAIL, major FAIL.
Monday Jones told the judge the drinking incident was his final slip-up. He said no one would have to worry about him anymore because he wouldn't make another mistake.
Final means different things to different people.
Jones now faces disciplinary action from both the Jaguars and the NFL. A spokesman from the NFL front office said it is aware of the situation and is looking into it.  SOURCE
This year should be interesting,  there is lots of excitement, already.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Justice denied in Washington State yet again.

Take a good look at this murderers picture. All he wants to do is live. In the state of Washington where justice is few and far between he gets to live yet another day.
OLYMPIA — The state Supreme Court on Thursday stayed the execution of Cal Coburn Brown less than eight hours before he was scheduled to be executed for the 1991 slaying of a Burien woman.

The high court, which has twice before denied Brown's requests for clemency, based the 5-4 decision on an upcoming review of lethal injection before the Thurston County Superior Court.

Judge Chris Wickham will hear arguments over whether lethal injection constitutes cruel and unusual punishment in two other death-penalty cases. The Supreme Court's decision adds Brown's case to those to be reviewed by Wickham in May.

"I am so gratified that the Washington State Supreme Court granted a stay of execution. I think they have done the right thing," said Suzanne Elliott, one of Brown's defense lawyers. "I am very glad all of these issues will be fully heard by the court before anyone takes the ultimate action against my client."
Way to go Suzanne Elliot, just make sure the murderer is comfy and still alive while denying justice for the family of the victim. Suzanne Elliot "all of these issues" were heard by the Supreme Court. It seems they feel lethal injection is not cruel or unusual. What was "cruel and unusual" was being held for 34 hours, being raped, robbed, tortured and then slashed to death. Then being left in the trunk of her car. That sounds cruel and unusual to me, not living for years and then going to sleep before you die.
King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg, who had flown to the Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla to witness the execution, said he planned to spend Thursday evening with the family of victim Holly Washa in an attempt to console them.

Brown carjacked Washa, 22, at knife point near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in 1991 and held her for 34 hours at a motel. The Burien woman was raped, robbed, tortured and slashed to death. Her body was left in her car's trunk.
"Obviously they're very frustrated and so am I," Satterberg said of Washa's family. "These are issues that could have been raised weeks ago, months ago, years ago."

Washa's family had driven to Walla Walla for the execution from Nebraska. They had earlier sent a letter arguing for Brown's death.

"Please don't let Cal Brown live after doing this terrible crime," the family had written. "You would be letting Holly, her family and friends and 12 jurors down if you do."

Defense lawyers representing Brown, and fellow death-row inmates Darold Stenson and Jonathan Gentry, argue that the drugs used by the state Department of Corrections for lethal injection could constitute cruel and unusual punishment if they don't work properly. There are also concerns that the drugs are not administered by a physician or a nurse anesthesiologist.
Texas seems to have no problem at all. Maybe you could ask for their procedures.
A similar issue had resulted in a de facto moratorium on lethal injection in many states last year after the U.S. Supreme Court agreed to take up the case of two Kentucky death-row inmates who contended their executions could be carried out more humanely. At question was the three-drug sequence used in Kentucky.

The first drug, a barbiturate, is used for anesthesia. The second drug, pancuronium bromide, paralyzes the muscles with a suffocating effect. The third, potassium chloride, stops the heart and causes death. Opponents argued that searing pain could result if the anesthesia — sodium thiopental — does not work as intended.

By a 7-2 vote last April, the high court ultimately rejected the constitutional attack on lethal injection.

Shortly before 4:30 p.m., the state Supreme Court granted Brown's motion for discretionary review, less than an hour after the state Clemency and Pardons Board was split 2-2 in ruling on whether Brown, 50, should be executed at 12:01 a.m. today, as scheduled. The decision was forwarded to Gov. Chris Gregoire, but the state Supreme Court's ruling came before she rendered a decision.

Amanda Lee, a member of the state Clemency and Pardons Board, said Thursday that it wasn't fair to execute Brown before the lethal-injection concerns were sorted out in court. Lee also believes the state applies the death penalty arbitrarily to cases, a move that keeps women and high-profile murderers like Green River Killer Gary L. Ridgway off death row.
In a state as liberal as Washington seldom is there justice for the victims and their families. Kill the babies and baby the killers.
During the clemency board's hearing, Brown pleaded for his life in a phone call from the state penitentiary. "I cannot begin to say how sorry and ashamed I am for what I did," Brown said. "God knows I wish I could bring her back."
And now the piece of shit pleads for his worthless life. Talk is cheap shitbag and your words mean nothing after killing Holly Washa.
Holly Washa's father, brother and two sisters arrived earlier this week for the execution. Becky Washa, the slain woman's youngest sister, said during the clemency hearing that the family looked at the execution as a "an opportunity for this to be brought to a conclusion."

"We don't have to ever be concerned that he could escape from prison or that any other person would have to go through what my sister went through," she said.  SOURCE

I wander the Web entirely too much.

Evil Cheerleaders in black fishnet stockings; These are a few of my favorite things.

Look at what was left of what the dog drug in just before Easter.

There was a better question to ask;

It is a real badge of honor killing a defenseless fetus due to your own promiscuous behavior; classless little whores that you are.

It has to oink, cluck or moo before it passes these teeth.

Speaking of food; Crock Steaks, I'll pass on these.

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.

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