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Friday, March 26, 2010

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Maybe I'm up for A Career Change...




A modern day Robin Hood of sorts. This guy's business is booming because the not so smart and formerly wealthy buggers who got rich off the booms didn't invest well. Oops for them, good for him.








Monday, March 22, 2010

Hollow Apologies



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Ok, so he apologized. But I have a sneaking suspicion it was only because he was going to get told on and the punishment would have been worse.

I guess it's better to ask for forgiveness that to crawl back under your rock and deny it, but hey, I'm sorry, these people MORESO than the celebrities we exalt need to be held accountable for their antics. Yelling "baby killer" on the House floor? Talk about politically incorrect. What is this, a sports event complete with hecklers? If you're going to heckle, man-up and say "Yeah it was me. Now what?" Do it like they did in the old days. when you disrespected someone you did it to their face and there were consequences; duels, penalties or even a good ole fashioned debate of the facts. This numbnut instead chose to yell and hide only to emerge later at the prodding I'm sure of his colleagues. The point is, in this day and age where this is seen as obscene and uncouth, it's ok if you apologize. Um no. If you want to be the moral and professional pillar you pretend to be, then be it. You can't have your cake and eat it too buddy.

If I have to be held accountable by the rules and decorum that govern society and our nation at large, then all must watch their tongues and be held accountable.

Repulsed huh?


So today Sen. John McCain (aka the loser) from the last, and I use this term loosely, "democratic" election, has cried foul and said that he's "repulsed by all this euphoria going on".

Hmm, interesting. So when you have a majority, you're supposed to get what you want, right? That's the whole point of voting and majority ruling like we've always been taught, right? If that's all true, (NOT) then why is the right crying about a little celebration for the Dems getting what they set out to do and wanted? If it were you guys celebrating how you got a bill passed that allowed the carrying of handguns anytime and anywhere, you'd DEFINITELY be jumping for joy. I'll tell ya why they're pissy right now. It's because first, it wasn't their idea, second, it's gonna hurt their bottom line, and third, there's always and I mean ALWAYS a double standard when it comes to these two parties. When one is in power, it's not ok for the other to do anything without checking with the other. Furthermore, and I'm gonna just throw this blanket statement out here, the Right is usually a little more selfish. The Left definitely can be too, but when it comes to social policies the Right is basically touting the a survival of the fittest philosophy. Kinda ironic, how Darwin's natural selection theory is suitable when it fits them huh?

Tell me how this bill is going to hurt us more than the resolution you signed to get us into our current conflicts? Get over it John. You lost in 08" and ya lost again here in 10' with the rest of the selfish boneheads.

Monday, March 15, 2010

FOXNews.com - I Was Am-Bushed On MSNBC Over Iraq

Through all of his "fact" rattling, Mr. Blakeman still has not provided any concrete proof in the form of text that we can search for by exact name and location of his supposed facts. If you're going to cry foul, at least cry it with recorded paper in hand.

And if you don't think politics is about "manipulation" then you're lying to yourself. The very nature of politics is to manipulate/LIE to get what you want, whether it's money for your state/district or a kingmaker of a war. I'm sure I don't have to educate you on that subject on either side of the aisle sir.
FOXNews.com - I Was Am-Bushed On MSNBC Over Iraq
Source: foxnews.com

Kids

Just because you can, doesn't always mean you should. (Sent from my iPhone @ 5:38am)

So I'm on my way back from Tampa this morning and what do I see? One of those damned grocery-getters, a.k.a. a Minivan, with that stupid sticker indicating how many frickin kids, pets and whatever else you have the gall to advertise on your rear window. I mean come on, is this really necessary? Does anyone, other than you, care to have the knowledge of your reproductivity and pet accumulation practices? Short answer, NO!

This brings me to another point that's extremely relevant in the discussion of why the census and birth control (human and animal) are necessary; to keep track of the, as I call them, "Squanderers of Fortune". These are the people who usually bitch about abortion being wrong and immoral yet they won't attempt to adopt an already starving child somewhere else in the world because of their vanity veiled with the excuse of " I want my family name to be carried on". Ok, ok, I'll grant you the argument that it's human nature for us to be wired to spread the seed of your loins, but in a world where we're supposed to be evolved and not let our carnal and primitive wiring overrun our more sophisticated sensibilities, this smacks of just plain selfishness. If you want to be a pillar of morality, go to an orphanage and adopt those who were abandoned and give them a loving home. I bet you 9 times out of 10 that kid is going to grow up and pay it forward because he or she was given that same chance.

I know I kind of got of the original subject, but that needed to be said. I find this pactice of spawning unnecessarily another hidden face of our social conditioning that is both perpetuating and repugnant.

Does everyone have a right to take more than what they're owed for what they put in? I don't think anyone would agree with that statement and say yes. That being the case, why is it that people do it everyday? For a society that professes to separate itself from the primates with the defining diffeence found in our ability to "intellectually reason", why is it that we can't seem to follow a basic thought process and keep our legs closed to avoid further erosion and watering-down of the human race? I mean it's to the point where we're breeding for breedings sake. Ande let me tell ya, we aren't being selective enough with the gene pool. Not everyone can be a rocket scientist, but can we honestly say we need more sub-mediocrity? I'd say from the look of our socio-econo-political sphere that we have enough synapsss gridlock.

So yes I'll admit that I want these serial breeders tracked, called out and shamed for their taxing of our sybiotic balance with the planetary and man-made resources that we produce from the former. If I had my way we'd live in a society where you're not permitted to have more than two children. Oh wait, didn't China already do that? Umm, yeah (admittedly late though).

Screw the whiners who'll say "you can't take my right away to procreate!" To those selfish ones, I propose a higher child tax and steeper penalties for every one you spit out after the second.

Thursday, March 4, 2010

Monday, March 1, 2010

Which founding father said the following?:

"Of all the systems of religion that ever were invented, there is none
more derogatory to the Almighty, more unedifying to man, more
repugnant to reason, and more contradictory in itself, than this thing
called Christianity. Too absurd for belief, too impossible to
convince, and too inconsistent for practice, it renders the heart
torpid, and produces only atheists and fanatics."

Pee Ewww!

All perfumes/colognes should be banned from the office. Apparently no one knows the acceptable amount to wear! Jeez people.