Monday, August 23, 2010

Al Gore Shut-out

History of the Internet
Revealed- Did He?

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Hammer Time

 "When You're Holding a Hammer,
Everything Looks Like a Nail

Chuck Martel Esq. sent me this song a few days ago.  I love this poster, and I love the title; the song was okay. You couldn't embed it and like I said,  it was just okay to these ears.  BUT today ....

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Football Coach Fired for Anti-Obama Song?

A Tennessee middle school football coach said he got fired after he wrote a song that criticized President Obama.

Bryan Glover, an assistant coach at Grassland Middle School near Nashville, co-wrote the country music song, “When You’re Holding a Hammer, Everything Looks Like a Nail.”

It was co-written by a parent who has a child on the team. Glover, 26, said he emailed a copy of the song to friends, family members and player’s parents through his personal email account.

And that’s when all the trouble started for the self-described independent conservative.

“The coach called me and said parents were upset – that I was being politically incorrect and the song had racial overtones,” Glover told FOX News Radio. “An hour and a half later I was told I was being terminated.”

 “I was informed that I was being let go because of the song,” he said, denying claims there were any racial overtones in the song.

Williamson County School Superintendent Mike Looney disputed Glover’s account and said his dismissal had nothing to do with the song.

“Absolutely not,” he told FOX News Radio. “That’s a false claim.” [continue - the coach sounds like the truth teller here]

A Manly Salad

Best Salad Ever?

We were going to have grilled chicken, squash, and fried apples, but now I'm going to surprise MoSup with this salad. 
cuzzin ricky

We'll be eating at Denny's every night dear!

True stories of bloggers who secretly feed on partisan cash
F lorida political blog, which reaches about 15,000 viewers per month, is asking campaigns for $3,200 a month for a large banner ad.
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  • Certified120,249 hits/month (current)
  • For extra $500 I'll substitute for the unfortunate use of the word "dog" in the above sample. Or, write your own.

A cheesy Algore putsown

Al Gore Sighting

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Tipper left; Algore discovered the iron.

A cheesy Algore putdown

Obama on putt-putt course

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Captio - Nah.
Too Easy
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Ebonics Translator WTF?

DEA wants “Black English”
linguists ta decipher bugged
calls an dat boil on mah ass.

Need Help With Your Resume?

You be welcome an don't make me pull mah gat!

New York Times Legacy

If it's not one thing it's
another, and
another, and ... .

M r. DeLay, the Texas Republican who had been the House majority leader, crowed that he had been “found innocent.” But many of Mr. DeLay’s actions remain legal only because lawmakers have chosen not to criminalize them.
I pulled this DeLay editorial Saturday night,  with thoughts of performing surgery on it.  There was Hillary Clinton and "The Largest Election Law Fraud in History.  There was massive illegal fund-raising by the Clinton-Gore 2006 campaign that, somehow?, generated hearings about the need for campaign finance laws. There was ... !  Swear to god, I have more than 81,000 example like this in my head, but getting links to them was overwhelming, so it sat, simmering.

Then this morning I read Dean: If Dems Lose, It's Obama's Fault

Obama himself has said that he would save the Democrats from a 1994-style wipeout. "Well, the big difference here and in ’94 was you’ve got me," Obama said, according to Democratic representative Marion Berry. But that was back in January. Dean's comments now are contrary to current spin of Obama's allies that the economy will determine the outcome of the election.

Okay, unrelated, but that triggered memories of Howard Dean from January, 2006

HOWARD DEAN  ''There's not one shred of evidence that any Democrat, A, knew that he was getting a contribution from Jack Abramoff and, B, did anything in exchange for it. And that's why this is a Republican finance scandal and not some sort of bipartisan scandal. ... ''

CHRIS WALLACE  '' So if we find ... that there were some Democrats who wrote letters on behalf of some of the Indian tribes that Abramoff represented, then what do you say, sir?''

DEAN:'' That's a big problem, and those Democrats are in trouble, and they should be in trouble.'' -- Transcript: Dem Chairman Howard Dean on 'FNS'

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Harry Reid receives wampum award from Jack Abramoff client.

When Dean discovered that Harry Reid received more than $66,000 in Abramoff-related donations, Abramoff stopped being mentioned. See what I mean?  It goes on and on,  to the point where I just can't deal with it. 

T-3 Outtakes?

Deleted Scene in Terminator - 3, showing why exactly the terminators look like Arnold. Really funny scene which should have been in the final cut of the film.


I'm oen of teh poeple who cn
raed thsi  ithw
eittle pobrlem.
Waht baout oyu?

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A common complaint hereabouts


We've been fingered
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The  Mission, KS city council legislated a driveway tax.  Every homeowner must pay  $72,  and small businesses $3,558 a year beginning in December.  Just because.

The city of Philadelphia sees Blogs (like this one) as a potential moneymaker, and are demanding $300, the price of a business privilege license.

Taxaholic states, like Democrat controlled Maryland, are feeding themselves via pernicious new taxes. Smokers currently have to pay $2 state tax  for each pack of cigarettes  ( tobacco products sales across Maryland have fallen by 25% as smokers turn to the black markets).

Obamacare contains provisions to hire from between 11,800 and 16,500 new IRS agents to enforce the bill.

Democrats in the U.S. House have been conducting hearings on proposals to confiscate workers’ personal retirement accounts — including 401(k)s and IRAs — and convert them to accounts managed by the Social Security Administration.

"Do you owe the IRS more than $10,000?" commercials  have replaced Sham-Wow for ubiquitousness, indicting a huge target audience of beleaguered. taxpayers.

The solution varies, depending on the amount of enriched uranium you have in your basement, or RPGs in the garage.   A quicker fix, if we have the guts and foresight,  is unelect every taxer in the land.

If they want to get you ...

Caveat Ziptor