The Season of Shit and Stupidity Calls for Attitude

Remember, political promises are mostly sewage.


That’s because stupidity is limitless.


Which is why maintaining a positive attitude is essential.


Posted in Temp. 3 Comments »

I just deleted ALL my other news sources…I’m Stickin’ with Pravda. Brazilia’s biggest breasts to appear in horror films. Can we buy advance tickets???



I’m a sexist pig, SO?

Posted in Temp. 39 Comments »

USA plans to encircle Russia with missiles and radars..Certainly are, ummm..Paranoid, aren’t they

What is interesting….are the “5 facts” on Hussein Obama and Hillary Clinton, in the right hand column. I mean after all, Pravda means “The Truth”.


Ron Paul Supporter Cites ‘Driving While Republican’ as Reason for Fines…Yeah Right. It’s called DWI, Bozo. Driving While Idiot…

You’re supposed to drive on the right side of the road, but maybe not the far right.

Police pulled over GOP candidate Ron Paul supporter Cody Hauer after seeing an over-sized, $40 sticker covering most of the rear window to his Buick Park Avenue. He also had smaller stickers on side windows. The result: $512 in traffic citations, reports the Owatonna (Minn.) People’s Press.

Fox News

With our country having close to, if not over 300 million people, one expects quite a few…ummmm, NUTS! For Christ sakes NOT the majority.

Report Says One in Five Americans Will Be Foreign Born by 2050

By the year 2050, nearly one in five Americans will be foreign born, 29 percent of the population will be Hispanic, and non-Hispanic whites will become a minority, accounting for only 47 percent of the population, according to a report released today.

The rising number of immigrants and their children will be largely responsible for a projected 47 percent increase in the overall population from 296 million in 2005 to 438 million by 2050.

Due to the aging of the baby boom generation, the number of working-age Americans and their children will still grow more slowly than the nation’s elderly population. Between 2005 and 2050, the number of Americans 65 or older will more than double, accounting for 19 percent of the population, compared with 12 percent today.

Due to both births and immigration, the share of Asians will also grow, from 5 percent to 9 percent. But it is Latinos, already the nation’s largest minority group at 14 percent of the population in 2005, that will see their numbers increase the most: They are projected to triple, accounting for most of the population growth through 2050.

Blacks are projected to maintain their current 13 percent share of the population.

Washington Post

I damn sure won’t be alive then, but my grandchildren and their children, will be.

Rapper’s Wife Uses ‘N-Word’ During Grammy Interview… She is not the only one. Check Mr. Hip Hops T Shirt out…

By the way, John Lennon had a song called ‘Women Are The Niggers Of The World.’ That was many years ago, that hasn’t changed, so.

Breitbart TV

I don’t recall the above titled song, does anyone?

Posted in Temp. 3 Comments »

Terrifying advice for a man who wants to be president

Michelle Obama to her husband: “Feel… don’t think!”

On a conference call to prepare for a recent debate, Barack Obama brainstormed with his top advisers on the fine points of his positions. Michelle Obama had dialed in to listen, but finally couldn’t stay silent any longer.

“Barack,” she interjected, “Feel — don’t think!” Telling her husband his “over-thinking” during past debates had tripped him up with rival Hillary Clinton, she said: “Don’t get caught in the weeds. Be visceral. Use your heart — and your head.”

The campaign veterans shut up. They knew that Mrs. Obama’s opinion and advice mattered more to their candidate than anything they could say.

Read the whole thing and then take a pill or a slug of whiskey so you can sleep tonight.

Posted in Temp. 4 Comments »

I present to you, Dr. Yvon…ummm…Gregory


OOOPPPPSSS! Wrong picture….Fixed Now.

These works of art, are stunning….Gregory’s too. Gregory

Posted in Temp. 10 Comments »

This will not embed, but a worthwhile site to bookmark, if you haven’t already…

The video I watched was on the economy and “How bad is it?”

I intend to watch the others, in particular, Shelby Seetle on Obama and the Politics of Race. Chapters 1-5.

Others videos include…Norman Podhoretz-Michael Barone-Victor Davis Hanson


The next time you have to listen to a “feminist” diatribe

point said “feminist” to this article for a lesson in what real feminism should be about.

Posted in Temp. 3 Comments »

An answer to this statement….”Another reason to dress comfortably”..Courtesy of J.M. I will not release the name of the Blog, nor the person that gave the answer. It seems that the fellow may have used his real name…LOL.

Not just at hotel bars. A “heads up” for those men who may be regular Home Depot customers. Over the last month I became a victim of a clever scam while out shopping. Simply going out to get supplies has turned out to be quite traumatic. Don’t be naive enough to think it couldn’t happen to you or your friends.Here’s how the scam works:Two seriously good-looking 20-21 year-old girls come over to your car as you are packing your shopping into the trunk. They both start wiping your windshield with a rag and Windex, with their breasts almost falling out of their skimpy T-shirts. It is impossible not to look.

When you thank them and offer them a tip, they say “No” and instead ask you for a ride to another Home Depot. You agree and they get in the backseat. On the way, they start undressing. Then one of them climbs over into the front seat and starts crawling all over you, while the other one steals your wallet.

I had my wallet stolen November 4th, 9th, 10th, twice on the 15th, 17th, 20th, 24th & 29th. Also December 1st, 4th, twice on the 8th, 16th, 23rd, 26th, 30th, three times last Saturday and very likely again this weekend.

Posted in Temp. 4 Comments »

All blue-eyed people have a common ancestor

I realize that everyone on earth ultimately has a common ancestor. But, as a blue-eyed person myself my common ancestor with other blue-eyed people lived only six to ten thousand years ago.

The proof that all blue-eyed people have a common ancestor comes from the fact that whereas eye colours ranging from brown to green are caused by relatively large differences in the amount of melanin in the iris, controlled by “considerable individual variation” in the area of the DNA responsible for melanin production, the variation in iris melanin levels across all blue-eyed individuals is very small.

I’m a mutant, “closely” related to all other blue-eyed people in the world. Now, whenever I run across another one, I’ll be wondering.

Posted in Temp. 11 Comments »

Legendary Actor Roy Scheider Has Died

I guess guys my age just naturally loved this guy: The French Connection, All That Jazz, Jaws, 2010… the list goes on.

RIP, Roy.


This planet is starting to suffer from, “man deficit disorder.” This doesn’t help.

Posted in Temp. 8 Comments »

For The Frollicking Mole

Posted in Temp. 7 Comments »

A funny thing happened on the way to 269 posts.

In one of my other internet identities I am a fractal artist at My work is, er, interesting. Which is to say that it will become immensely popular and valuable shortly after my decease.

I digress. Have a look here at this thread in the RB forums; round about the fifth post, it starts to get interesting.

Posted in Temp. 15 Comments »

Beer Is Bad, OK?

Very, very bad.

Posted in Temp. 6 Comments »

John Howard’s “Motion Relating to Reconciliation” As Put to Parliament: August 1999

After all of Kevin Rudd’s showboating over “finally” offering “an official apology” to the “generations” of Aborigines who were allegedly “stolen solely due to racist government policies,” is he really going to come up with anything more honest, more heartfelt and more sincere, than this? We’ll post the text of Rudd’s Official Apology when it becomes available.

. . .

Howard puts the motion of regret to Parliament

Archive – Thursday, 26 August , 1999

JOHN HOWARD (in the House today): …House to move a motion relating to reconciliation.

SPEAKER IN THE HOUSE: Is leave granted? Leave is granted. I thank the Leader of the Opposition. I call the Prime Minister.

JOHN HOWARD: I thank the House. Mr Speaker, I move that this House:

a.) reaffirms its wholehearted commitment to the cause of reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians as an important national priority for all Australians;

b.) recognising the achievements of the Australian nation, commits to work together to strengthen the bonds that unite us, to respect and appreciate our differences and to build a fair and prosperous future in which we can all share;

c.) reaffirms the central importance of practical measures leading to practical results that address the profound economic and social disadvantage which continues to be experienced by many indigenous Australians;

d.) recognises the importance of understanding the shared history of indigenous and non-indigenous Australians, and the need to acknowledge openly the wrongs and injustices of Australia’s past;

e.) acknowledges that the mistreatment of many indigenous Australians over a significant period represents the most blemished chapter in our national history;

f.) expresses its deep and sincere regret that indigenous Australians suffered injustices under the practices of past generations and for the hurt and trauma that many indigenous people continue to feel as a consequence of those practices; and

g.) believes that we, having achieved so much as a nation, can now move forward together for the benefit of all Australians.

MEMBERS: Hear, hear.

JOHN HOWARD, PRIME MINISTER: Mr Speaker, it will be no secret to the House or indeed to many Australians that over the past few days, indeed over the past few weeks, I and a number of my colleagues and others have been giving thought to the issues that are the subject of this resolution. It is an historic resolution. It’s a very important resolution because it goes to the issues of the spirit and the heart and the character of our country in a way that many of the issues we debate in this chamber, important though they are, do not.

As all members know, Mr Speaker, we are approaching that momentous event in Australia’s history when we will celebrate 100 years of federation, 100 years of the Australian nation. And that will be an occasion when all of us will want quite legitimately to focus on what this nation has achieved. We will quite legitimately in the Year 2001 celebrate with pride in an unqualified way the immensity and the scale of the Australian achievement. And that has been a great achievement. It’s been an achievement that has delivered to our country a reputation for achievement, for tolerance, for understanding, for compassion, for independence of spirit and an ability to work together to overcome adversity.

And I would imagine, Mr Speaker, that whatever our views are on political issues; whatever our ethnic or national origin might be, whether we practise this or that religion or whether we profess any religion at all, that we would want in the Year 2001 to focus overwhelmingly on those things that unite us as Australians and not those things that divide us and set us apart as Australians.

Mr Speaker, I have come to the view that an important element of that celebration of the unity of the Australian nation is undoubtedly achieving an effective and lasting reconciliation between indigenous Australians and other members of the Australian community. And I know that that is a desire that everybody in this chamber shares because in reality there is an extent to which the sense of the unit of the Australian nation is qualified and diminished so far as indigenous Australians are concerned unless, in their hearts and in their understanding, there is a proper basis of an achievement of reconciliation.

And it is in that context and against that background, Mr Speaker, the desire on the part of the government to make the maximum contribution towards achieving the conditions of reconciliation which will enable all of us, whatever our views are on constitutional reforms, whatever our views are on taxation, whatever our views are on foreign policy or health policy or all the other things that we debate so passionately in this chamber, so that all of us can pause in the year 2001 and reflect unqualifiably and without any sense that one sector is diminished or restrained because of unfinished business, can celebrate the scale and the immensity of the Australian achievement.

And we need to do that as a people. We want to do that as a people. And I want all of the Australian people to feel an equal measure of pride and satisfaction in the Australian achievement. But I think we in this chamber must recognise that that can’t be done in quite that unqualified way by indigenous Australians without a sense of reconciliation.

In approaching this motion today, people are entitled to reflect on what I’ve said in the past. People are entitled to say that I said this on one occasion. Some will criticise me. Some will say that I’ve changed my position on some aspects of this. I don’t mind if they do. I don’t think to change your position on something really matters unless you are changing to a less worthy position.

MEMBERS: Hear, hear.

PRIME MINISTER, JOHN HOWARD: And what I’d sought to do is to bring to an understanding and a comprehension of this issue, Mr Speaker, what I can to make as Prime Minister a practical contribution and a genuine contribution to the cause of reconciliation.

When my government was returned in the election last October, when I spoke on election night, I said I wanted to commit the government to achieve reconciliation between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians. And I believe that the resolution that I’m putting to the House today, Mr Speaker if carried, will make a very significant contribution towards that cause.

COMPERE: Well there it is, the Prime Minister, John Howard, in the House of Representatives in Canberra putting forward a motion to the Parliament for deep and sincere regret for injustices suffered under the practices of past generations.

. . .

also at Tizona’s: Mal Brough’s 2007 Deakin Lecture

A Theory To Test

People with a surname starting with “Fink” are invariably idiots.

Here is my evidence. And some more, from Tizona.

Further evidence either supporting the theory or disproving it is most welcome.

Posted in Temp. 1 Comment »

Marx Strikes Again

Jack Marx is on the ball today, with this piece on poker machines and a move to ban them. This time, the Nanny State business is coming from the far-Right.

He fits in so much better at News Ltd. than at Fairfax, from which he was fired for criticising a certain [secret code]Nekvi Durd[/secret code]*.

*Secret code used, for he is the Great One who cannot be criticised.

%d bloggers like this: