Thursday, December 30, 2010

Isn't it obvious why the Gummint is broke?

Accounting 101 will tell you that your expenditures should probably be equal or less than your credit side.

Pretty easy to understand.

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The death of history

I'd like to write something meaningful or poignant about this story, but I'm too glum over it and other stuff to give much perspective.

Got nothin' except an empty hole in my gut over watching the passing of some of the greatness that this country has produced. Possibly its last pieces.

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Monday, December 27, 2010

The Liberals are getting what they wished for

Via Les Jones, we read a Reason piece, declaring that in Kalifornistan, the 100 Watt light bulb has now attained the distinction of being yet another item that is banned by the Gummint, a whole year ahead of the rest of this Effin' Kountry.

A light bulb.

Freeze in the dark indeed.

How far down the hole must we go before the cretins get strung up?

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Dose of her own medicine

Big Sis needs an Orwellian moment of force-fed, over-a-barrel type of probulation, to shut her stupid ass up.

End of Fucking Story.

Whatta Cunt.

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Friday, December 17, 2010

More self-strangulation

No, this isn't anything like "incentivizing," anything, at all, nor was there any "invention," of anything either.

These are self-important assholes who want nothing more than to be commissars in the New World which they envision themselves running.

Watch Kalifornistan implode after this.

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Thursday, December 16, 2010

In Kalifornistan, it's illegal to make the water clean for drinking


I am distinctly of the opinion that the only way to solve the issue at hand, and that would be the issue of let someone own and use a fucking water filter, is to start the lopping off of heads.

Do you understand?

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Bob takes his bow

Bob Feller passed away yesterday.

He'd surely have passed 300 wins in the show if he hadn't turned up early for work, enlisting into the Navy the day after Pearl Harbor, missing four whole seasons in the prime of his career.

I liked what former manager Mike Hargrove had to say about him,
"I don’t think that Bob ever believed in luck, just hard work and an honest effort. I will miss Bob very much..."
Hard not to like such a businesslike approach to a game that is now so dominated by prima donnas.

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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Why fix it, it ain't broke?


Considering the results that have come from previous issuances of bonds, I'm pretty sure what Bernanke, Geithner and the rest of the banking cabal have in store for us is even more unemployment, wouldn't you say?

I just had an epiphany; Dead tree types of learning will have to be resorted to in the near future. Useful stuff like math and science will have to be taught and learned the old-school way.

Got good texts for teaching your kids?

Me neither.

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Incorrect math

Maybe the rest of the population is in full mourning or adulation over him, but I'm not one of them.

Leave me out of that equation.

The man is credited with ending the Bosnian war, but he didn't actually stop any of the underlying hatred that certain groups felt for one another, which was what started the killing in the first place. It was an operation of force that stopped that bloody ordeal, not diplomacy, as Tito would tell you.

Holbrooke didn't do anything special.

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Wednesday, December 08, 2010

I just don't care

I've not had a raise of any sort in several years, now, yet I'm supposed to be up-in-arms about the poor, downtrodden senior citizens of this country over this $250 "payment," that I'll be stuck with the bill for?

Fuck every God-damned one of you who thinks that I, or others' production, is owed to someone else.

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Criminal Bankers

No, seriously.

Check this bit;
"One such suit was filed in March by Pennsylvania homeowner Angela Iannelli. She was up to date on her payments when, she says, she arrived home in October 2009 to find that Bank of America had ransacked her belongings, cut off her utilities, poured anti-freeze down her drains, padlocked her doors and confiscated Luke, her pet parrot of 10 years. It took her six weeks to get the bank to clean up the house."
So, it would seem that banks are now hiring thugs to bust down doors of people they're claiming owe them money, and either stealing (not confiscating...use the right word) others' property, or vandalizing it...even when the property isn't actually in foreclosure, at all.

My advice to anyone who runs into this situation while at home; Shoot to kill any and all intruders.

Oh, and lay a hand on either of my mutts, and I'll keep it for a souvenir.

This country is off its fucking rocker, just look around for more examples of this sort of ridiculousness.

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Monday, December 06, 2010

New lows for ridiculousness

Opening an investigation?

Are they serious?

What, even if the limp-wristed SOB's get something to stick, can they actually do about that madass regime?

Call them bad names?


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Thursday, December 02, 2010

Good Riddance

I could write a book on the subject of public housing.

All of it would be bad.

Not the buildings, necessarily, but the reasons for doing it in the first place have never been more than, literally, throwing a bunch of taxpayer money behind a pipe-dream of a feel-good issue. Self-congratulatory horseshit.

The same has happened to Pruitt-Igoe.

And Wayne Miner Court.

And most others of the type, regardless of country or ethnicity.

"Public housing," has been an abysmal failure for one reason only, and that should be evident to anyone who cares to pay attention to the circumstances of the situation.


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