Sunday, June 15, 2014


My wife maintained that giving birth is way more painful than a guy getting kicked in the nuts (my nephew had just thrown a ball that nailed me in the stones; I collapsed to my knees in agony).   Well, after another beer and some heavy deductive thinking I came up with the rebuttal.  I tell her that getting kicked in the nuts is more painful than having a baby, and here is the reasoning behind my conclusion:

A year or so after giving birth a woman will often say, "It might be nice to have another child." On the other hand you will never hear a guy say, "You know, I think I would like another kick in the nuts." 

So she kicked me in the nuts.  


Just Looking

Just Looking


Le Femsprize

Hoes in the Outfield

According to Google Analytics, 45.85 % of this blog's readership are female.  I am mildly hugely surprised. 

Mrs Green Thumb

Can You Identify This Tree?

 Of course you can't.  Here's why.

It's a holly tree with  Paul's Himalayan Rose (Musk) growning into it.  We planted the rose about 15 years ago, and it's reached this stage.  Sensational.


Best TV Girlfriend Ever

Stella Karamanlis- Bob Leckie's (TV version) Girlfriend

Obama's Himmler - The Book

Holder's Mustache               

The Justice Department’s motto, contained on the seal of the department, is “Qui Pro Domina Justitia Sequitur.”  It has been roughly translated to refer to the Attorney General as he who “prosecutes on behalf of justice.” But as we outline in our book, Eric Holder seems to have changed that motto so that it can be read to mean “the attorney general prosecutes on behalf of his political and ideological allies.”

Eric Holder is almost certainly the most liberal attorney general of the modern era, but he has also liberally bent the rule of law and established internal practices that harm the cause of justice. His tenure at the Justice Department has been marked by one scandal after another and abusive behavior by Justice Department lawyers in unwarranted, ideologically driven prosecutions.

Holder is the first attorney general in history to be held in contempt by the House of Representatives for his unjustified refusal to turn over documents related to what may be the most reckless law-enforcement operation of the Justice Department ever conducted: Operation Fast and Furious. He has launched more investigations and prosecutions of leaks than any prior attorney general, yet he has studiously ignored high-level “friendly leaks” by White House officials in the Obama administration.

Holder has racialized the prosecution of federal discrimination laws and led an unprecedented attack on election-integrity laws, thus making it easier for people to commit voter fraud and facilitating the election of members of his political party. His handling of national-security issues has been dismal and he has filled the career ranks of the Justice Department with political allies, cronies, and Democratic-party donors, in clear violation of civil-service rules.

Holder has treated Congress with contempt and has done everything he can to evade its oversight responsibilities by misleading, misinforming, and ignoring members of Congress and its committees.

Holder has attacked pro-life protesters, trying to use federal power to restrict their First Amendment right to speak, has prosecuted American companies for engaging in behavior that is routinely done by government officials, and has on numerous occasions ignored his duty to defend the law and to enforce statutes passed by Congress.

For these reasons and many others, former career lawyer Christopher Coates, who served in the Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations, says that in his opinion, “Holder is the worst person to hold the position of attorney general since the disgraced John Mitchell, who went to jail as a result of the Watergate scandal.”


Holder is any town's worst nightmare -  a crooked sheriff.