Sunday, November 28, 2010

a good listen">

i have a new toy, sort of

i bought a digital camera.. several months ago actually.. and discovered quickly i needed a memory card. i took 5 pictures without it and was told i was out of memory. well in my book thats just crahp, since i am an impulse buyer it took me until today to get that wee crahp, because i didnt have the camera with me before when i tried to buy it. i even deleted those first five experiments and still i was out of memory. and again, thats crahp
so everyone has missed the beautiful sunrise i saw today.
this won't happen again
i hope
if its not scottish its crahp

Wednesday, November 24, 2010

happy thanksgiving!

wishing all three of my readers a happy thanksgiving! ;)

Friday, November 19, 2010

A Brief History of Republicans and Democrats -- Author Unknown

The two most important events in all of history were the invention of beer and the invention of the wheel. The wheel was invented to get man to the beer. These were the foundations of modern civilization, and together were the catalyst for the splitting of humanity into two distinct subgroups: Liberals & Conservatives.

Over the years, conservatives came to be symbolized by the largest, most powerful land animal on earth, the elephant. Liberals are symbolized by the jackass.
h/t maggies farm

Wednesday, November 17, 2010

ok, you go first

Napolitano says it’s vital to our security, though nobody can point to a single attack foiled by this fondling. She insists this is a key part of their “layered” approach to air safety.
OK, fine, Janet. I’ll do it. Only, you go first.
michael graham
h/t instapundit

Friday, November 12, 2010

toys make kids fat

The San Francisco ban, and similar proposals on both sides of the Atlantic, are predicated upon four false assumptions: the fast food sold by McDonald’s and its competitors makes kids fat; fast-food marketing causes childhood obesity; fat children grow into unhealthy adults; fat kids incur significantly higher health care costs than skinny ones.

read this here

remember those who gave their lives

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Cautiously Ripping Bats' Heads Off

Ozzy Osbourne, the hard-rocking and hard-living Prince of Darkness, is a both a warrior and a worrier, according to an analysis of his genome by Cofactor Genomics and Knome — and Osbourne credits that for keeping him alive. Cofactor's Jon Armstrong tells the St. Louis Business Journal that most people have either one or the other of those genes and that it is rare for someone to have both. "Being a warrior — the crazy bat-eating Prince of Darkness — has made me famous. Being a worrier has kept me alive when some of my dearest friends never made it beyond their mid-20s," writes Osbourne in his column in the UK's Sunday Times. Osbourne, unsurprisingly, has a mutation in the alcohol processing gene ADH4 gene that allows him to break down alcohol efficiently, though he is six times more likely than the average person to be addicted to alcohol. "Given the swimming pools of booze I'd guzzled over the years — not to mention all the [drugs] — there's really no plausible medical reason why I should be alive," he adds, according to the Daily Mail. The Mail adds that Osbourne is distantly related to Czar Nicholas II, King George I, ancient Romans, and Neandertals. In addition, Osbourne is at increased risk for allergies, particularly to dust mites


how much will this cost the bankrupt state of california?

cute lil fella

Wednesday, November 3, 2010


i have three things to celebrate
today is my birthday
i have made my last car payment
the american voters rock!
update: my mother is home from the hospital and healthy again

Tuesday, November 2, 2010


vote vote vote vote vote