Friday, October 31, 2008

"Trick or Treat!"

We usually have some trick or treaters on Halloween night. My wife went trick or treating with a bunch of people and left me home alone. I had just gotten out of the shower when she left, it was just before dark. I figured I'd get dressed, go to the store, get everything just so then turn on the porch light when I was good and ready to deal with greedy little kids, lookin for a handout.
Right after she left kids started banging on the door, yelling "Trick or Treat!" Bob was still inside and barking, there was no way I could open the door. A few minutes later, same thing. I'm thinking "Damn, the Bush economy has really got the trick or treaters acting aggressively!" Anyway I finally get dressed and am walking to the car and see that Shelly had turned on the porch light before she left. She's so thoughtful.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Chatter-Box



For some reason Yellowdoggrannie's post on Sarah Palin made me think of this movie.


Chatter-Box (1977, sexy comedy)
ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Directed byTom De Simone, USA
Candy Rialson stars as a woman with a talking and singing vagina in this sexy softcore comedy with a few musical numbers! Ah, the 70s... Co-starring Rip Taylor with Professor Irwin Corey and music by Neil Sedaka!! (Talk about singing pussies!) DVD-R includes the original theatrical trailer!

Bush Quarter

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Smells Like Bacon Award

Warning: If you are a dog lover, a property owner or a good respectable cop you may find this video disturbing.


via videosift.com

BTW, the cop on this video has received death threats.
Not from me though, I just got a busy signal.

NEWS 10/24/08

MARSHALL COUNTY OND OHP OFFICERS ARE SEARCHING FOR A STOLEN POLICE CRUIZER…MARSHALL COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICER DANNY CRYER STOPPED A CAR ON HIWAY 32 AND ENOS ROAD NEAR MADILL…THE OFFICER PLACED THE WOMAN DRIVER IN THE BACK SEAT OF THE CRUIZER FOR NOT HAVING A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE…SOME HOW THE MAN PASSENGER GOT IN THE CRUIZER AND DROVE OFF…THE POLICE UNIT MAY HAVE BEEN FOUND IN THE BOTTOM OF THE RED RIVER THEY WILL PULL IT OUT TODAY TO CONFIRM THAT, AND OFFICERS ARE STILL SEARCHING FOR THE TWO…

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Willie Nelson, Jesse Ventura To Host Anti-War, Pro-Peace Event



Paul Joseph Watson
Prison Planet
Thursday, October 23, 2008

Willie Nelson

Willie Nelson, Jesse Ventura, Alex Jones and Jimmie Vaughan will all appear live at the Backyard Live Oak Amphitheater this Sunday 26th for the Peaceful Solution, Peace Revolution, Take Back America event, which will be streamed live on the Internet for free.

As well as a fantastic helping of live music from Willie Nelson and others, Nelson, Jones and Ventura will each give a speech and conduct a question and answer session during the course of the evening.

The title for the event originates from a lyric from Willie Nelson’s “Peaceful Solution” song.
The event will be video streamed live on Infowars.com and Prison Planet.com from 9pm CST onwards for free.

Both Willie Nelson and former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura have been vociferously outspoken in recent months against the 9/11 cover-up, the war in Iraq and the recent Wall Street bailout.

Nelson made headlines earlier this year after he told the Alex Jones Show he thought the twin towers were imploded like condemned Las Vegas casino buildings.

Ventura has been similarly forceful in his comments about the attacks throughout 2008, citing his training as a Basic Underwater Demolition Seal to call into question the freefall collapse of the towers and Building 7.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

Cohoba Party Tonight in Ugg's Cave

It has long been suspected that humans have an ancient history of drug use, but there has been a lack of proof to support the theory.

Now, however, researchers have found equipment used to prepare hallucinogenic drugs for sniffing, and dated them back to prehistoric South American tribes.

Quetta Kaye, of University College London, and Scott Fitzpatrick, an archeologist from North Carolina State University, made the breakthrough on the Caribbean island of Carriacou.

They found ceramic bowls, as well as tubes for inhaling drug fumes or powders, which appear to have originated in South America between 100BC and 400BC and were then carried 400 miles to the islands.

While the use of such paraphernalia for inhaling drugs is well-known, the age of the bowls has thrown new light on how long humans have been taking drugs.

Scientists believe that the drug being used was cohoba, a hallucinogen made from the beans of a mimosa species. Drugs such as cannabis were not found in the Caribbean then.

Opiates can be obtained from species such as poppies, while fungi, which was widespread, may also have been used.

Archeologists have suggested that humans were extracting mind-expanding drugs from mescal beans and peyote cacti as far back as 5,000 years ago, but have not found direct evidence that this is true.

They consider that drugs were being used to induce spiritual or trance-like states by people who had religious beliefs.

Monday, October 20, 2008

What They Knew in '72


Findings of the National Commission on Marijuana and Drug Abuse include:
- “No significant physical, biochemical, or mental abnormalities could be attributed solely to their
marihuana smoking.” (National Commission on Marihuana and Drug Abuse, “Marihuana: A Signal of
Misunderstanding; First Report, Washington, DC, U.S. Govt. Print. Off, 1972, p. 61)
- “No valid stereotype of a marihuana user or non-user can be drawn.” (p. 36)
- “Young people who choose to experiment with marihuana are fundamentally the same people, socially
and psychologically, as those who use alcohol and tobacco.” (p. 42)
- “No verification is found of a causal relationship between marihuana use and subsequent heroin use.”
(p. 88)
- “Most users, young and old, demonstrate an average or above-average degree of social functioning,
academic achievement, and job performance.” (p. 96)
- “In sum, the weight of the evidence is that marihuana does not cause violent or aggressive behavior; if
anything marihuana serves to inhibit the expression of such behavior.” (p. 73)
- “In short marihuana is not generally viewed by participants in the criminal justice community as a major
contributing influence in the commission of delinquent or criminal acts.” (p. 75)
- “Neither the marihuana user nor the drug itself can be said to constitute a danger to public safety.” (p. 78)
- “Recent research has not yet proven that marihuana use significantly impairs driving ability or
performance.” (p. 79)
- “No reliable evidence exists indicating that marihuana causes genetic defects in man.” (p. 84)
- “Marihuana's relative potential for harm to the vast majority of individual users and its actual impact on
society does not justify a social policy designed to seek out and firmly punish those who use it.” (p. 130)

Marijuana compared to alcohol
- Linkletter: “They sit down with a marijuana cigarette to
get high --“

- Nixon: “A person does not drink to get drunk.”

- Linkletter: “That’s right.”

- Nixon: “A person drinks to have fun.”

Sunday, October 19, 2008

Powell on $5 Footlong



She's a very distinguished woman, and she's to be admired. But at the same time, now that we have had a chance to watch her for some seven weeks, I don't believe she's ready to be president of the United States, which is the job of the vice president. And so that raised some question in my mind as to the judgment that Sen. McCain made.

Monday, October 13, 2008

Footloose in Elmore City


Elmore City is a town in Garvin County, Oklahoma, United States. The population was 756 at the 2000 census. It was named after J. O. Elmore. I went to high school in Elmore City. Even though I've long since moved away it still holds many fond memories and some not so fond.

Sometimes on Saturday nights a group of religious fanatics would gather at the four way stop sign, the intersection of state highways 29 and 74. They would beat a drum, rattle tambourines and shout things like "Sinner repent! or suffer eternal damnation in hell!"

 I'm proud to say our class started the fight for the right to dance, at least as far as I know. I remember a group of us going before the board of education, a Baptist preacher and a Church of Christ preacher. They crucified us, there would be no dancing but we could go bowling on prom night. I guess they thought that would be the end of it, they were wrong.

The plot of the 1984 movie, Footloose, is loosely based on events in Elmore City since dancing was banned for almost 100 years in this city. This ban was lifted in 1980. In 1980, the graduating class made history by getting permission to dance at the prom. (From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia)


P.S. I just noticed the bowling shoes on the video, probably just a coincidence but still, wow.







Go Badgers!

Disturbing Sexual Undertones

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Oops!

I had to go out of town on business (I've always wanted to say that) for a few days, it's good to be back. Reminds me of old one liners: "I just flew in from out of state, boy are my arms tiered!" or "I just rolled into town, man my ribs are sore!"

I experienced my first computer/internet withdrawal while on the trip. If I traveled a lot I would definatley have to get a laptop.
I don't want to say where I stayed, other than it was somewhere in Oklahoma. I might have really screwed up big time though. I may have ruined a song.

Palin's Apocalypse

Saturday, October 11, 2008

Friday, October 10, 2008

Super 7

I just got back from a mission to a faraway land. The company that I work for spared no expense. I stayed in a "Super 7". It's a storage unit that has been converted to a motel. They padlock you in at midnight. Every morning at 6 AM they unlock it. Mr. Patel will spray you down with a power washer in the parking lot at 6:10 for free, it smarts a might but it gets you real clean. I suggested that they start using warm water. They told me they don't start using warm water until October. When I informed them that it was already October it earned me the nickname of "Mr. Smarty Britches".
The room was suppose to have a microwave, a refrigerator and a T.V. I never could get the gasoline powered microwave to start (I think there was a problem with the choke).
The refrigerator was an ice chest and the T.V. didn't work. When I complained to Mr. Patel about the T.V. he said "It just said T.V. in room, it said nothing about a working T.V., not feeling so smart now are you Mr. Britches?"

On the way home I heard a good driving song.

Theory Of A Deadman - Bad Girlfriend

Sunday, October 05, 2008

Vitamins and Nipples

It's kind of hard to write this post, not emotionally but physically. Bob heard a motor cycle go by and wants to go chase it. His head is resting on my leg (it's heavy) and he's looking at me with his big brown eyes, softly whining and wagging his tail. Did I give in and let him out? Hell no, I'm turning into a cold hearted old bastard.

I ran out of vitamins for men but my wife had a lot vitamins made for women so I started taking those. I checked the iron content and as long as I only take one a day it's not too much. There were a bunch of other things in them that I'd never heard of before but I figured "What could it hurt?". I've been taking them for about a month now and so far so good except for one thing. When I hear a baby cry, a little milk comes out of my left nipple. But hey, with the price of milk these days...

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