Saturday, July 27, 2013

Face Palm

What is this new trend with jurors speaking out after the trial?  I don't get it and I don't think it contributes to any conversation about any trial.  Once they have done their duty, they should keep quiet.  It just confirms my belief that our society is made of people who have no integrity, worship at the feet of celebrity, and quite frankly, the only brains they have are not worth eating.   But then I am saying nothing new here.

her 15 minutes

poler bearz r qute

Friday, July 26, 2013

This is how demographic suicide creeps up on nations

The most persistent myth of the Western Dhimmi narrative is that Muslims are a minority and must receive special protection and accommodation. But Muslims are not a minority. There are 1.5 billion Sunni Muslims worldwide, outweighing Catholics as the next largest religious faction at 1.1 billion and Hindus at 1 billion. They are still a minority of the overall population in Western countries, but a demographically trending majority.
Sultan Knish - read the whole article

It is a shame heads are still in the sand.  The article states that keeping muslims from immigrating into western civilizations is impossible.  I think that nothing is impossible, and until we get our children on board to having more children, keeping muslims in their filthy hell holes should be implemented.

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Heir He Is

Title stolen from Drudge

As an American I can be excited as I want for the new heir to the British throne, and the birth of this little man has brought some joy into my current chapter.  I am, however, surprised at the amount of vitriol spewed on the blogosphere.
Now as for names:  forget George, Edward, James, and Henry - too many of them sat the throne.  And, in my opinion, more than half of each name were not quite up to the task, morally speaking.  Charles and William are already spoken for.  So that leaves (in order of preference) Arthur, Richard, Edmund and Edgar.  I am iffy on Alexander (one Scottish king); I cannot see them going Aethelred or Cnut.   These are all the traditional names for kings in England/GB.

Update:  George Alexander Louis.  Maybe George will now out-rate Mo' has the most popular boys name in the UK

Sunday, July 14, 2013


Blogging will be light while I deal with heartbreaking news.
Orchid and Hummingbird by Martin Johnson Heade

Origin & History
The orchid's name originates from the Greek orchis, meaning "testicle," and its history is one of lust, greed, and wealth. Some orchids are called "ladies' fingers," "ladies' tresses," or "long purples." Orchids were collected extensively during the 1800s; once, four thousand trees were cut down for the orchids growing on their branches. One collector alone was believed to have sent hundreds of thousands of orchids to England, where most of them died.
Sentiment & Symbolism
There are nearly 25,000 varieties of orchids. Greek women thought they could control the sex of their unborn children with orchid roots. If the father ate large, new tubers, the child would be male; if the mother ate small tubers, the child would be female. Indeed, the orchid's reproductive behavior has intrigued botanists for years: to germinate, an orchid's seeds need to be penetrated by fungus threads. The paphiopedilum orchid was named for Phaphos, a temple on Cyprus where the love goddess Aphrodite was worshipped (and where prostitutes were said to be readily available.) The most famous orchid, the vanilla orchid, was said to give strength to the Aztecs, who drank vanilla mixed with chocolate.
Color Messages
The orchid is a flower of magnificence that brings a universal message of love, beauty, wisdom, and thoughtfulness. In China it signifies refinement, and the innocence of children. A pink orchid conveys pure affection; the popular cattalya orchid denotes mature charm, and is often used in corsages for Mother's Day.
info from FTD

Friday, July 5, 2013

Russia - the new black

helmut safety
ht: blazing cat fur

Russia is not PC
ht: the other mccain

And then just type in "russian dash cams" at YouTube for endless hours of fun with crazy music.
Maybe I should learn Russian and move.  I wonder what their unemployment rates are?
less than 6%? blimey o'reilly

They have pin-ups:

and they have angst:

... well at least for brunettes they do  *snicker*