Wednesday, February 25, 2009

I found out today

Since When does the leader of the Free World only mention Freedom once in his address?

He managed to get the word "Government" in seven times. Does this mean seven times more government? Get ready for a Government of Legendary Proportions and a tax bill to match.







I started to watch the One and his address to Al-Qongress. I just could not take the Media and their slobbering all over his much anticipated headlong run into the Pit Of Despair known as Socialism.



Just watching the orgasmic Pre-Lie-Fest warm up almost put me into a diabetic coma. I had to crawl into the kitchen and drink a gallon and a half of orange juice before I had the strength to turn off the Obama Lie Box (TV set) and end Katie Couric's twaddle about how great this was going to be. This girl has some well fed thighs. No wonder she hated Sarah Palin so much.


I figured I would save myself the hassle of listening to more of his lies.





So at this time, I choose to play the Chuck Norris Card. By playing this card everyone loses except Chuck Norris.

Since he won, he can restart by doing things the right way. Bitch slapping most everyone in the Al-Qongress is the best start I could imagine.

I actually tried to read the transcript of the speach but I FAILED!!

I got about this far:
But while our economy may be weakened and our confidence shaken, though we are living through difficult and uncertain times, tonight I want every American to know this: We will rebuild, we will recover, and the United States of America will emerge stronger than before. SOURCE
And that was it for me.

    Things


    Tuesday, February 24, 2009

    Mother of the Month

    It is sad you need a to get a license to drive a car but anyone who can copulate can have children. Our loser today is Amanda Bozeman.

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A 3-year-old boy with a prosthetic leg was found wandering alone outside a Northside strip mall Monday morning is safe, but his mother was arrested and charged with child neglect.

    Selena Gardner spotted the boy and called 911.

    "He was hysterical and could not remember anything except his brother's name," Jacksonville Sheriff's Office Lt. Reginald Blott said.

    Police eventually located the mother -- Amanda Bozeman, 24 -- who told investigators she left the boy and his 18-month-old brother sleeping in the car when she went in to JEA branch office on Dunn Avenue to get her electricity turned on, then drove off without realizing her older son missing.

    Police said Bozeman didn't realize her son was gone for more than an hour.

    Here is the real tragedy of this story.

    "She had fake tears in her eyes and she seemed to be upset, but I don't know if she was or not," said Selena Gardner, who spotted the boy and called 911. "The child didn't even recognize her when she came up."

    Does it get worse, of course it does.

    Bozeman was booked into the Duval County Jail on the child neglect charge, but she was also ticketed for not having the 3-year-old in a booster seat.

    Gardner said she feels sorry for the little boy and she is thankful that people like her were watching out for him.

    "We thought maybe somebody purposely dumped him off -- you just don't know," Gardner told Channel 4's Karin Hirschey. "For a parent to lose a child these days, it's bad enough that people are taking other people's kids. It's just sad; really sad."

    Police released Bozeman's two children to the custody of their grandparents.   SOURCE

    Did you ever have something to say

    And just never could find the proper words? I have the solution for you.

    At The Bureau of Communication there is no wrong that you might have committed, that cannot be uncommitted.

    Try out communications like:
    • UNSCHEDULED IMPAIRMENT  To break the news of a non-trivial loss.
    • RECORD OF REMORSE An earnest attempt to right a wrong.
    • DECLARATION OF ROMANTIC INTENT To reveal the extent of one's attraction.
    • UNSOLICITED FEEDBACK To express an opinion or insight.
    • OBSERVANCE OF HOLIDAY To celebrate an annual event.
    • AIRING OF GRIEVANCE To communicate a problem or issue.
    • FORMAL APOLOGY To express remorse (heartfelt or forced).
    • STATEMENT OF GRATITUDE To show appreciation or thanks.
    • OFFICIAL INVITATION To request participation in a happening.
    • ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF OCCASION To observe a birthday, bris, or victory.
    • REQUEST FOR COMPENSATION To bring attention to a debt of inequality.
    So when you really pissed someone off, just send them a communication.

    Monday, February 23, 2009

    Saturday, February 21, 2009

    Cosplay

    We have pictured here a tiny Super Girl who has to pee, Captain Nutsack, The Flash and half of Ms. Marvel's butt.

    How I plan to weather the Obama years

    It ain't much but it is cozy.


    Now all I need is a garden.

    Luke Williams Executed

    Eighteen years is too long to wait.


    EVANS, Ga. - A Columbia County man convicted of killing his wife and son almost 18 years ago to collect insurance money was executed Friday.

    Luke Williams was put to death by lethal injection.
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    The 56-year-old made no final statement and kept his eyes closed as the drugs were administered.

    It's the final chapter in a double-murder case that has tormented the victims' family.

    Williams was convicted of killing 39-year-old wife Linda
    Williams and 12-year-old son Shaun in June 1991.

    Dora Azrak is the mother and grandmother of Williams’ victims.

    She said from the moment she heard the news of her daughter’s death she knew who was responsible.

    “I said Luke killed her. Call the police and tell them Luke killed her. That's what I told my son. I knew. I knew. I knew,” said Azrak.

    Still Azrak had to wait nearly 18 years for the death sentence of her son-in-law, Luke Williams, to be carried out.

    “I can't get over it. I loved my daughter very, very much and I miss her every day,” said Azrak.

    Authorities say Williams took Linda and Shaun across the state line into Sumter National Forest in South Carolina, where he killed them.
    Their bodies had been set on fire in the family's van which was driven into a tree.

    Azrak says she believes her daughter feared for her life.

    “She said to me 'Mom if anything happens to me will you take Shaun?' and I said Linda please don't talk like that and the next day she was killed, her and Shaun,” said Azrak.

    Before being killed Linda and Shaun lived in the Bridlewood neighborhood.

    Neighbors who have lived on the same street as the family for years say the Williams stayed to themselves but they would sometimes hear Luke and Linda arguing.

    “I think she was beaten a lot but she never told us. Linda was beaten,” said Azrak.

    Azrak says she is now at the end of a very painful journey and can't help but feel that Luke's death is justice served.

    “I think he deserves what he's getting and if that's wrong I'm sorry. I don't know. I think he deserves everything for what he's done to Linda and Shaun,” she said. SOURCE

    Friday, February 20, 2009

    What is she doing?

    Girls, ya gotta love them.

    Don't brush your teeth at this house

    Edward Nathaniel Bell Executed

    PhotobucketJARRATT, Va. (AP) - An inmate declared his innocence Thursday after he was forcibly carried into Virginia's death chamber, where he was executed for gunning down a police officer.

    Edward Nathaniel Bell, who was convicted of killing the officer during a foot chase a decade ago, was pronounced dead at 9:11 p.m. Thursday at the Greensville Correctional Center.

    When the door between Bell's cell and the death chamber opened, the inmate thrust his hips backward and wouldn't step toward to the gurney where the lethal injection was administered. Six stocky corrections officers pulled him through the doorway and lifted him onto the gurney.

    "To the Timbrook family, you definitely have the wrong person," Bell said in the death chamber, addressing the victim's family. "The truth will come out one day. This here, killing me, there's no justice about it."
    Who would really believe a drug dealer anyway?
    Bell's lawyer, who also witnessed the execution, said a sedative the inmate was given made it difficult for him to walk.

    "Eddie's case is an example of how the system does not catch and correct errors," said attorney James G. Connell III.
    Defense Lawyers are never convinced that the person they represent is ever guilty, even when proven beyond a doubt.
    Bell, 43, was condemned for shooting Winchester police Sgt. Ricky Timbrook as the officer chased him down a dark alley on Oct. 29, 1999.

    At least 10 current and former Winchester police officers witnessed the execution, including Winchester Sheriff Lenny Millholland.

    "I can't say it's closure but it's another chapter in the life of Ricky Timbrook and it ends the chapter that included Eddy Bell," said the sheriff, who was on the police force in 1999 and investigated Timbrook's death.

    Bell maintained that he did not shoot Timbrook, a 32-year-old popular police officer, SWAT Team Member and DARE instructor. Prosecutors, however, say Bell was a flashy drug dealer who held a grudge against Timbrook for arresting him two years earlier for possessing a concealed weapon.

    Bell was the 103rd Virginia inmate executed since the U.S. Supreme Court reinstated capital punishment in 1976. Virginia ranks second only to Texas in the number of executions since then. SOURCE

    Ed Bell, rot in hell.

    Here is some info about the case HERE.

    Yet another drug dealer and murderer claims his innocence.
    Timbrook was shot in the forehead at point-blank range with a .38-caliber pistol in an alley off Piccadilly Street on Oct. 29, 1999.

    Since his arrest and subsequent conviction, Bell has maintained that he is innocent of Timbrook's murder. SOURCE
    A previous post Here.

    Thursday, February 19, 2009

    Get yours ASAP

    As for me, He can take all that money and give it a shove. SOURCE



    It may be like the infamous Obama coins:

    The TV ads tout a "genuine" United States Inaugural Presidential Dollar showing President-elect Barack Obama depicted in "glorious full color" for just $9.95, plus shipping and handling.

    A coin collecting expert says the gold-dipped, painted coins are nothing more than a trinket, and the U.S. Mint — the only official purveyor of U.S. currency — says buyer beware.

    "They are worth the face value of the coin. If the coin says 25 cents, it's worth a quarter," says Scott Travers, author of The Coin Collector's Survival Manual, and a New York City coin dealer. SOURCE














    What do you expect from an empty suit?



    He may not have had anything to do with it but, it is his name.





    H/T Patty Ann

    Spiders, I love them,

    When they are DEAD!

    Wednesday, February 18, 2009

    I love a good Cartoon.


    Read all about the Al Sharpton and HuffPo melt down HERE.

    The SICK factor is very high in this story

    The level of sick in this story is unbelievable.
    ST. JOHNS COUNTY, Fla. -- Deputies in St. Johns County recently arrested a man they said they found sleeping in a filthy van along with a 12-year-old girl and two small dogs.

    John Sesnick, 60, was arrested on charges he defrauded Federal Emergency Management Agency. Federal investigators said Sesnick received nearly $22,000 in federal help intended for victims of Hurricane Katrina.

    According to the police report, "the van in question was filthy, had rotting food, bugs and urine. It was not a healthy or appropriate for a child to be living."

    For several hours, deputies sorted through piles of trash, filth and pornographic material discovered inside the van. However, investigators said what was most disturbing about the find was the 12-year-old girl.
    And when you thought it could not get worse.
    The child, who investigators said had noticeable blood in her mouth, a black and blue mouth and her clothes appeared as if they had not been washed a long time, was taken to the Department of Children and Families.

    According to the arrest report, a deputy discovered the van while patrolling the Wal-Mart parking lot. The deputy reported that the van "looked suspicious because it towels over the interior window."

    When the deputy ran the van's tag number, she came up with an arrest warrant for Sesnick on charges he defrauded FEMA for nearly $22,000.

    The deputy wrote in her report that, "I got a weird feeling because I knew I heard a dog so I made my way back to the van. I looked in the rear of the van and observed two small dogs in two different kennels."

    Investigators said when the deputy found the dogs she continued to search in the van. That's when she found a blanket with a mass underneath, and when she removed the blanket she discovered the 12-year-old girl.
    And for the final twist in the story:
    Investigators said it's unclear how long the two had been living in the dirty van.

    Russell Smith, an employee at the St. Johns County Wal-Mart, told Channel 4 the van had become a familiar fixture in the parking lot.

    "They would move it during the day and come back. I noticed that," Smith said.    SOURCE
    I am in utter disbelief of how depraved this sicko is.

    Fresh Mushrooms Served at this Restaurant




     Yuck!!!!

    Tuesday, February 17, 2009

    Collections

    I have heard of collecting rubber bands, strings and bugs. This is something I never thought of collecting.

    Monday, February 16, 2009

    Irony

    Sgt. Timbrook's murderer gets his on Thursday Night

    This murdering pile of excrement will be sent home to Jamaica at room temperature, but not soon enough.
    Edward Nathaniel Bell was found guilty of killing Winchester police Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook in October 1999.

    A Jamaican national convicted of killing a Winchester police officer will be executed by injection Thursday night barring clemency from Gov. Timothy M. Kaine.

    Edward Nathaniel Bell, 42, shot Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook, 32, to death the night of Oct. 29, 1999. Bell was on probation when Timbrook, who had had run-ins with Bell before, chased him on foot in an attempt to arrest him.
    Why can't we deport instead of placing them on probation? 
    Timbrook was shot just above his right eye from a distance of 6 to 18 inches. He was found near a fence, his torso leaning against a wall and his gun still in his holster. At the time Timbrook was killed, his wife was pregnant with their first child.

    Kaine stayed Bell's execution last year during a brief, de facto national moratorium on executions as the U.S. Supreme Court considered the constitutionality of lethal injection.

    Later last year, after executions resumed, the U.S. Supreme Court stayed the execution to consider Bell's appeal but then tossed it out.  Source
    After Thursday night this thug will be a threat to no one.

    Sunday, February 15, 2009

    A Muppet like personality

    I saw this over at Wyatt Earp's. I can't resist Muppet things.  Me Like! Me Like!


    You Are Animal


    A complete lunatic, you're operating on 100% animal instincts.
    You thrive on uncontrolled energy, and you're downright scary.
    But you sure can beat a good drum.
    "Kill! Kill!"

    Fear, it can make things move

    Let me set the story here. You have just slipped out into space to repair the power converters on your space lab's Command Module. While exiting the airlock the C.O. informs you that the external airlock has experienced a failure. It is jammed about eight inches from full close. Once you get the power converter repaired it should close and then re-open. You have almost three hours of air in your suit. Your C.O. directs you to continue your mission of repairing the power converters that were picked up at Tashi Station some time ago in a galaxy far, far away.

    At this point your keen eyesight detects something crawling across your faceplate (on the inside) of your helmet. It is a visitor. It hangs on best as it can in the zero gravity environment because it really does not what to float around inside your helmet. It is in a big hurry to explore the helmet (every inch of it) so it may find some tiny crevasse to hide in. You immediately identify the visitor as a brown recluse.


    Here is hoping that you do not overload the waste containment part of your space suit and that is, a whole different problem all together.

    Saturday, February 14, 2009

    What's Your Medieval Profession?

    An Ass-trologer? Sounds like me.

    You Are an Astrologer



    You tend to be a fanciful, spiritual person with many interesting theories.
    You are always trying to figure out how all the pieces of the world are connected.

    You have a knack for predicting the future and reading people.
    In modern times, you would make a good self help guru or a director of a non profit.

    H/T  That Great Lady RT.

    Motivation on Valentines Day



    Friday, February 13, 2009

    Happy Valentines Day

    Do you wonder what did this to Cupid?










    It was this.




















    Times are tough for everything

    Johnny Ray Johnson Executed

    I really hope this guy rots in hell burning in eternal flames. I am aware it is not up to me.
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    HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) -- A man blamed for numerous killings and rapes has been executed in Texas for the murder of a woman who was raped, beaten and left to die on a Houston street.

    Fifty-one-year-old Johnny Ray Johnson was pronounced dead at 6:19 p.m. Thursday.

    A Harris County jury sent Johnson to death row for the 1995 murder of 41-year-old Leah Joette Smith.

    According to court documents, her murder was one of at least five rape-slayings in Houston and Austin that were linked to the former truck and taxi driver. He also was linked at least eight other rapes beginning in the late 1970s. AP Obama

    Danny Joe Bradley Executed

    PhotobucketGood riddance scumbag.
    ATMORE, Ala.  Danny Joe Bradley, formally of Piedmont, was executed Thursday for the rape and strangulation of his 12-year-old stepdaughter, Rhonda Hardin.

    The 49-year-old Bradley was given a lethal injection at 6:15 p.m. Central Time at Holman prison after spending 25 years on Alabama's death row.

    Bradley had no final statement. He stared at the ceiling without looking at witnesses. The prison chaplain held his left hand and knelt beside him in prayer during the procedure.

    Bradley's attorney had sought a Supreme Court stay of execution to allow more court review of Bradley's civil rights lawsuit on a DNA-related issue from his trial in Calhoun County, but lower courts had already denied that request. The U.S. Supreme Court denied the request late Thursday afternoon.

    The execution was the second of five set in Alabama in the first five months of this year. The 11th circuit on Wednesday issued a stay for Phillip D. Hallford who had been scheduled for execution March 19. AP Obama

    Thursday, February 12, 2009

    Word Thursday

    Juror
    -Noun
    1. one of a group of persons sworn to deliver a verdict in a case submitted to them; member of a jury. 
    2. one of the panel from which a jury is selected 
    3. one of a group of people who judge a competition.
    4. a person who has taken an oath or sworn allegiance.


    Thus, I have been summoned for Jury Duty in about two weeks.
    (Enter Dragnet Theme Music here.)


    OK; here is the problem I have with this "Duty"


    If "It is the Duty of every citizen to preserve this right by serving as a juror when called upon to do so", then why are we threatened with a $100 dollar fine and Contempt of Court? As I read "Contempt of Court", it seems to me (not being the sharpest axe in woodshed) that the Honorable Judge has license to bust balls for anything he/she may interpret as disrespectful or impeding the progress of his/her court. Suppose, just for conjecture that this Judge woke up and did not get laid or something as equally important and then gets a huge case of the red ass just before entering his/her court? The dutiful citizen is then about to be hosed by said Judge, then placed into the overcrowded court system for contempt of court and a fine. At this point the citizen just really, in all actuality, finds the whole process of jury duty worth the whole contempt of court charge. This along with your fine and the fact the Judge seems to think that money grows on trees.
    Along with all this drama I cannot wear my lucky football jersey either.







    There also seems to be a sort of "Dress Code". I am sure as I ever was, that this, this is where the "contempt of court" will come in handy for said red assed Judge. I remind myself of the movie My Cousin Vinny.
    Judge Chamberlain Haller: Mr. Gambini, didn't I tell you that the next time you appear in my court that you dress appropriately?
    Vinny Gambini: You were serious about that?

    To recap: I have to wear a tie for the Judge, and God himself does not require a tie.  This is just wrong. This will be the longest day of my life.

    PhotobucketThere is also a quite lengthy list of fun or useful things you cannot bring to court like the following:

    I understand most of these can be used as weapons. I would really be concerned with any dutiful citizen who would try to bring these things with them for Jury Duty. I am surprised tights are not on this list.
    Jury Duty sucks unless you live in the inner city.
    This is going to be worse than it was in Phoenix, if possible.

    Jack Sparrow apprehended at last

    Wednesday, February 11, 2009

    Tuesday, February 10, 2009

    Dale Devon Scheanette Executed

    PhotobucketHUNTSVILLE, Texas: A Louisiana man condemned for strangling and drowning a suburban Dallas woman, charged with a second slaying and blamed for the rapes of at least five other women was executed Tuesday evening.

    Asked if he had any final statement, Dale Devon Scheanette paused and said, "My only statement is that no cases ever tried have been error-free. Those are my words. No cases are error-free."

    Nine minutes after the lethal drugs began to flow, he was pronounced dead at 6:21 p.m.

    Six relatives of the two slain women watched Scheanette take his final breath. He never looked at them.

    Scheanette, 35, became known as the "Bathtub Killer" after two women at the same apartment complex in Arlington in 1996 were found dead in half-filled bathtubs, strangled, raped and bound with duct tape.

    The slayings terrorized the Dallas-Fort Worth area and went unsolved for more than three years, until Scheanette was arrested for a burglary and his fingerprints were tied to the killings. DNA strengthened the confirmations and pointed to his involvement in the other rapes.

    "He personifies evil," said Greg Miller, the Tarrant County district attorney who prosecuted Scheanette in 2003. "I've been doing this 35, 36 years. I've had others who have killed and done bad things. But he's at the top of the list."
    Scheanette was sent to death row for the Christmas Eve 1996 slaying of Wendie Prescott, 22, and charged but not tried for killing Christine Vu, 25, three months earlier. He was the seventh condemned inmate executed in Texas this year and the first of two set to die this week. SOURCE

    Word Tuesday


    cabinet

    –noun
    1. a piece of furniture with shelves, drawers, etc., for holding or displaying items: a curio cabinet; a file cabinet.
    2. a wall cupboard used for storage, as of kitchen utensils or toilet articles: a kitchen cabinet; a medicine cabinet.
    3. a piece of furniture containing a radio or television set, usually standing on the floor and often having a record player or a place for phonograph records.
    4. (often initial capital letter) a council advising a president, sovereign, etc., esp. the group of ministers or executives responsible for the government of a nation.
    5. (often initial capital letter) (in the U.S.) an advisory body to the president, consisting of the heads of the 13 executive departments of the federal government.
    6. a small case with compartments for valuables or other small objects.
    7. a small chamber or booth for special use, esp. a shower stall.
    8. a private room.
    9. a room set aside for the exhibition of small works of art or objets d'art.
    10. Also called cabinet wine. a dry white wine produced in Germany from fully matured grapes without the addition of extra sugar.
    11. New England (chiefly Rhode Island and Southern Massachusetts). a milk shake made with ice cream.
    12. Archaic. a small room.
    13. Obsolete. a small cabin.
    –adjective
    1. pertaining to a political cabinet: a cabinet meeting.
    2. private; confidential; secret.
    3. pertaining to a private room.
    4. of suitable value, beauty, or size for a private room, small display case, etc.: a cabinet edition of Milton.
    5. of, pertaining to, or used by a cabinetmaker or in cabinetmaking.
    6. Drafting. designating a method of projection (cabinet projection) in which a three-dimensional object is represented by a drawing (cabinet drawing) having all vertical and horizontal lines drawn to exact scale, with oblique lines reduced to about half scale so as to offset the appearance of distortion. Compare axonometric, isometric (def. 5), oblique (def. 13).

     The Obama Cabinet

    Sunday, February 08, 2009

    Anybody seen my bag of Doritios?

    Oh there it is.
    I don't think Raid is going to work on these things. I think DDT would be the only thing that might stand a chance of killing these critters.







    Saturday, February 07, 2009

    Getting ready for a mass Hippie Tune-Up.


    This was inspired by this.

    Did you ever wonder

    What Leonard Nimoy did after the Star Trek gig ended and before the Star Trek movies became popular?
    This photo might answer the question:
    "Leonard Nimoy's School for Shooting Ballerinas."
    We can see him behind the firing line with what appears to be a whip.
     
     

    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