Thursday, June 28, 2007

The sky is (classified)!

Do to a possible (classified) bluebeer will be moved to a secret location until the (classified) has passed. There was no official statement from the White House but one staffer was overheard to say "We have secured David Hawkings and Bluebeer, now to Texas to secure Yellowdoggrannie and Babs."
"Then we'll have four of the brightest minds in the country in a nice safe place." "We figure The Rube and Sooner can fend for themselves."

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Pro Death? or Just Say Nein!

I see certain parallels with abortion and the war on drugs.

People opposed to abortion tend to paint the picture this way: We will stop abortion by making it illegal.[STOP THINKING HERE]

People opposed to drug use tend to paint the picture this way: We will stop drug use by making it illegal. [STOP THINKING HERE]

Seems like it's set up to make it look like they are doing something about it (abortion & drugs) to fool simple minded people.

Here is an unauthorized quote from yellowdoggrannie's blog that I whole heartedly agree with.

"the assholes would rather see the mothers go to some back alley mid-wife and have some drunk with a coat hanger rip her insides out." (Than to be able to get a safe and legal abortion.)

I would say of a lot of well meaning, misguided people support the war on drugs, but still.

"The assholes would rather see hard working, tax paying citizens sit on their butts in prison (no longer paying taxes but gobbling up tax dollars) and kids buying crack and cheese on the playgrounds of America than to allow safe, legal, regulated and taxed drugs be sold in a liquor/drug store."

So to me these issues have a lot in common.

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

My Favorite Meteoroligist -Tera Blake

Meteorologist, KTEN News Midday & Texoma CW News at 9

Hello Everyone!

I first visited Texas and Oklahoma with my family just a few years ago and was treated with such respect and friendliness; I knew the warm south was for me!

I am very excited and proud to say I work for KTEN-TV's SkyAlert10 weather team and am honored to be working with such knowledgeable colleagues, not to mention getting to work in Tornado Alley.

I grew up in New Holland, Illinois, a small farming community located in Central Illinois. My dad is a farmer and our lives revolve around the weather! I had no idea the impact he had on my life until I was randomly given the chance in my high school speech class, to learn more about Meteorology as a profession and call it destiny, but I knew this job was for me. I love that weather is ever changing and I can continuously learn from this experience, which is a dream come true.

When I was younger, I can remember getting up in the middle of the night to hear the thunder rolling across the vast sky and the lightning strikes that could be seen from miles away! You cannot deny how beautiful it is to watch the clouds build on a warm summer day and from this and many more experiences, I knew I needed to know more! I recently graduated from Northern Illinois University with a major in Meteorology and a minor in Broadcasting Journalism.

During my wonderful experience at Northern, I was given the chance to intern at Rockford, Illinois under Scott Harbaugh my sophomore year. My junior year, I interned under Tom Skilling of WGN Chicago and as you may know, he is one of the nations top meteorologists! I learned very valuable information from these gentlemen and I used this while working as a weekly Meteorologist for Northern's Television Center. I was also a very active member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and was apart of the American Meteorological Society.

I love meeting new people and am excited about getting to know the people of Texoma and learning all about the weather phenomena that dominate my new home!

When I am not watching the skies, you can find me soaking up the sun's rays, working out, and relaxing with friends!

It's raining again! We've had a drought every summer for five years and now this year floods.
I'm not complaining, the rain is a blessing, it's just strange. It's like our weather has changed to Tropical, I could get use to it. I could buy a bunch of Hawaiian shirts & flip flops and just go with the flow.

Monday, June 25, 2007

"It's time for us to get the hell out of there."

June 24. 2007 10:00AM

wo retired Army generals toured New Hampshire last week, hoping to pressure New Hampshire's congressional delegation to stand up to President Bush and put an end to the war in Iraq.

Republican Sen. John Sununu is up for re-election in 2008, and some believe he could fall prey to a similar antiwar sentiment that helped oust two incumbent congressmen in favor of Democratic Reps. Paul Hodes and Carol Shea-Porter in 2006.

Lt. Gen. Robert Gard worked as executive assistant to Robert McNamara, secretary of defense during the Vietnam War. He believes Iraq, like Vietnam, is a failure, and the only responsible solution is to bring American troops home, he said.

"These troops are not expendable commodities to fulfill the pipe-dream vision of a group of people trying to remake the world in our image," Gard said. "It's time for us to get the hell out of there."

Gard and retired Brig. Gen. John Johns teamed up with Win Without War, a group that formed in 2002 in response to the buildup to the invasion of Iraq. Led by former Maine congressman Tom Andrews, the group lists 40 coalition members including Greenpeace, Peace Action and

Andrews, Gard and Johns held town hall meetings in Manchester and Keene last week and met with the Monitor's editorial board Thursday.

Terrorism threatens the United States, but the war in Iraq is exacerbating the problem, not solving it, the generals said.

Gard, a graduate of West Point and Harvard who served 31 years in the Army, said the idea that "fighting them over there so we don't have to fight them over here" is empty rhetoric used to keep Americans scared so they don't question the administration's foreign policy. Fighting in Iraq will not stop someone who wants to blow up a dirty bomb in New York.

"These people are mobile," Gard said. "If they want to come in here, they'll come."

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

New Workout

I may have stumbled across a good workout. Sonny's girlfriend likes to let Bob go riding in the car with her and Bob loves it.
Today she was leaving and Bob busted out of the door and went to her car.
She said "Oh well, I'll just let him go." I said
"No! I don't want to condition him that way."
But Bob had already heard her say that he could go.
Now the 5 minute workout-
Pull a 150lb Bull Mastiff against his will, halfway down a block, up your driveway and into the house! I can feel it in my chest, back, arms and legs. Got my heart to pumping too.

Alt Version (Bob jumped in the window, started it up, drove down to the Sonic and ordered a "Ramrurger"!)

Monday, June 18, 2007

Free Investment Advice

Let's say your a terrorist, you've been terrorizing the world for 50-60 years.

You just don't seem to have the anger or intolerance that you once did.

Your body is starting to go down hill, you're not as good a shot as you use to be.

When setting a roadside bomb you have to yell to the other terrorist
"Wait! Don't set it off yet, let me get out of the way!"

So you start thinking towards retirement.

See where I'm going with my free advice?

That's right, the wide open field of retirement homes for terrorist.

Recreation should include a gun range with American looking pop up targets.

Perhaps it should be located near a village so that the retired terrorist could go on day trips to plant bombs, just for old times sake.

A flight simulator could provide hours of good safe entertainment.

That concludes my free investment advice for today, good luck!

Saturday, June 16, 2007

You Are 12% Paranoid Schizophrenic

You're so far from paranoid schizophrenic...
you probably found this quiz to be quite amusing.

Thursday, June 14, 2007


"Killer Heatwave Rips Through India and Pakistan - Temperatures Reach 50 Celsius, 122 Fahrenheit"

June 13, 2007

The intense heatwave in Pakistan and India claimed 156 more lives, raising the death toll due to oppressive heat conditions in the two countries to at least 340, media reports and officials said Tuesday.

Eight-two people perished in the heat-wave in Pakistan, with 75 deaths being reported from the central province of Punjab where the mercury hovered around 50 degrees Celsius on Monday, the Daily Express newspaper said.

In neighbouring India, at least 74 people died in the hot spell in northern and central regions on Monday, though light rain in some parts brought respite from the searing heat on Tuesday.

Hundreds more were hospitalized with heat stroke and gastroenteritis in Pakistan as the latest casualties raised the death toll to at least 192 in the current hot spell.

While temperatures touched 50 degrees Celsius in the plains areas of North-West Frontier Province, the meteorological department registered the record maximum temperature of 52 degrees Celsius in Sibi in the Baluchistan province.

Meanwhile, repeated power outages in the southern port city of Karachi prompted residents to block roads with burning tires in several districts, as well as pelt police vans with stones and harrass the offices of local electricity providers.

The Indian Meteorological Department said Sriganganagar and Churu towns in Rajasthan were the hottest, recording 46.3 degrees Celsius and 46.1 degrees Celsius respectively.

Weather officials, who pointed out that the heatwave was caused by winds from the Thar desert that straddles the southern-half of the India-Pakistan border, forecast that the affected regions would soon get a break from the killer heat.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Hundreds of Naked Cyclists!

LONDON, England (Reuters) -- Hundreds of naked cyclists, some sporting strategically-placed body paint, toured the streets of London and other cities around the world Saturday to protest oil dependency and the car culture.

Traffic came to a standstill and onlookers gaped or took photographs as the bare cyclists streamed past London's landmarks, blowing whistles and waving flags saying "Rights for Bikes".

Cyclists in Paris, France; Madrid, Spain; and Vancouver, British Columbia, among other cities, joined in what was the fourth annual world naked bike ride.

More modest cyclists wore shorts, bikinis or strips of tape.

"We shouldn't be so dependent on oil," said Bogdan Potrowski, a 36-year-old Polish electrician, wearing just a baseball cap.

Friday, June 08, 2007

Wow a General in the Liberian Army!

Dear Sir,
Best compliments of the day. I have a client who wants to invest oversea
with about US$12.5M. My client is a retired General in the Liberian army
and he needs protection for his family.
If you can handle such a huge sum of investment please get back to me as
soon as possible to discuss, for example the investment plan and
agreement procedure.
Kindly reply with your business profile to enable us advise our client accordingly,
and do not forget to include your telephone contacts for easy communication.
Thank you.
Adamu .A. Abubakar,ESQ

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

Stem Cells to Cure Blindness

LONDON (Reuters) - British scientists plan to use stem cells to cure a common form of blindness, with the first patients receiving test treatment in five years.

The pioneering project, launched on Tuesday, aims to repair damaged retinas with cells derived from human embryonic stem cells. Its backers say it involves simple surgery that could one day become as routine as cataract operations.

Religious leaders released this statement:
"It sounds alright but we'll find some reason to be against it."

Monday, June 04, 2007

Goodbye Dark Ages

HARTFORD, CONNECTICUT — A measure legalizing medicinal marijuana won final legislative approval in the state Senate Friday night.

MONTPELIER, VERMONT — A bipartisan bill to improve Vermont's medical marijuana program passed into law Wednesday, making the state the latest of several in New England – and around the country – to pass significant medical marijuana legislation this year. (June 1, 2007)

PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND — The final push to make the Edward O. Hawkins and Thomas C. Slater Medical Marijuana Act permanent is getting underway as legislators concluded formal approval of the bill today. The measure now moves to desk of Gov. Donald Carcieri (R). (May 30, 2007)

MONTPELIER, VERMONT — Steve Perry of Randolph Center welcomed news Thursday that a bill expanding eligibility for the state's medical marijuana registry would become law — even though the governor refused to sign it.

Standing in line

I use to work with a very cool guy named Little Daddy. He was a short thin (fit thin) black guy big on personality.
One morning we were in the Snack Shack, I got a clear plastic bottle of milk and so did Little Daddy.
We were standing in line and he looked down at his chocolate milk then over at my regular milk and said "WHAT IS THIS?"
I died, I laugh loud anyway but he really got me good, I was crying in laughter. Good ol' Little Daddy, he was fun to work with.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

An open question

I have a real question about the Christian religion. How much of the Old Testament is "still in effect"? Part of it says
"And on the eighth day she shall take unto her two turtles, or two young pigeons, and bring them unto the priest, to the door of the tabernacle of the congregation."
People in church laughed at me when I did it.
But for real, I assume that part is null and void?
Does any of the Old Testament still apply?
How do they decide which parts are still valid?

Friday, June 01, 2007

Walmart Milk

> FW...........
> Please read this and pass along to as many people as you can think of.
> Mitzi Lyons and her husband Kyle live in Gainesville, TX . Their
> daugther, Marissa, has been experiencing menstrual problems (bleeding
> every day) for three
> years and within the last year she started producing milk (lactating).

Subject: Walmart Milk
> They have performed every test, every surgery, put her on birth control
> and in January was scheduled to undergo a hysterectomy. BUT, Mitzi's
> granddad started researching his granddaughter's condition on the
> internet and found out about RBST in milk. RBST is a hormone injected
> into cows to produce more milk. Wal-Mart Great Value milk contains RBST
> and is the brand that the Lyons family has used for years. Three months
> ago, they pulled Marissa off of Great Value Milk and she quit bleeding
> and lactating. Her doctors in Houston are going to write a medical
> journal discovery about her case, because the FDA says that RBST is
> safe.
> Mitzi asked me to please share this with everyone I could think of to
> hopefully save someone the pain and suffering that Marissa has endured.

> I have pulled my family from Wal-Mart Great Value milk and bought Borden
> instead. Borden has a label on their milk that states that RBST is not
> used on their cows.
> Please pass this on......

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