Sunday, October 01, 2006

So I'm not that funny...but these people are..

At least I know what to put on my ipod now...

Okay with Apple

Hey so this is the last post on Blogger. Moving so we can use mt. the one of you that read this blog (hi Judy, looking good...) going out strong though...I think..

went to the apple store to pre-order my new ipod shuffle and had an (multiple) encounter with the apple inappropriate text police. It all started with a partial George Bernard Shaw quote (music is the brandy of the dammned). Well, I couldn't help myself...

Appropriate text:
I like boobies
Eat Me

Inappropriate text:
Bad Motherfucker
George Bernard Shaw

Its a fun way to kill an hour....see you soon

Friday, September 22, 2006

Stuff I miss..

Random F*****G blah-blah...

(don't hate the wikki, its got a great photo of Gonzo)

Mach 1

The Middle East


Meat Parade

I knew that would get your attention...

Anyway, while Angie is spending her hard earned cash on Bansky...consider Mark...Meat and Abraham Lincoln never looked so good...yummy...

Wednesday, September 13, 2006


Souther Lord Recordings. Yow man...!

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Sun 0)))

Thursday, September 07, 2006

Natzis 'R' Us

Well, well F*****g well...below is a snippet of an exact transcript of Rummy's recent (tirade, click the live link) Address at the 88th Annual American Legion National Convention, Tuesday, August 29, 2006

Thanks to Daddy for pointing the obivious similiarities between Hermann Goring and to run...moving to Canada

Thanks Dad

That year -- 1919 -- turned out to be one of the pivotal junctures in modern history with the signing of the Treaty of Versailles, the creation of the League of Nations, a treaty and an organization intended to make future wars unnecessary and obsolete. Indeed, 1919 was the beginning of a period where, over time, a very different set of views would come to dominate public discourse and thinking in the West.

Over the next decades, a sentiment took root that contended that if only the growing threats that had begun to emerge in Europe and Asia could be accommodated, then the carnage and the destruction of then-recent memory of World War I could be avoided.

It was a time when a certain amount of cynicism and moral confusion set in among Western democracies. When those who warned about a coming crisis, the rise of fascism and nazism, they were ridiculed or ignored. Indeed, in the decades before World War II, a great many argued that the fascist threat was exaggerated or that it was someone else's problem. Some nations tried to negotiate a separate peace, even as the enemy made its deadly ambitions crystal clear. It was, as Winston Churchill observed, a bit like feeding a crocodile, hoping it would eat you last.

There was a strange innocence about the world. Someone recently recalled one U.S. senator's reaction in September of 1939 upon hearing that Hitler had invaded Poland to start World War II. He exclaimed:

“Lord, if only I had talked to Hitler, all of this might have been avoided!”
I recount that history because once again we face similar challenges in efforts to confront the rising threat of a new type of fascism. Today -- another enemy, a different kind of enemy -- has made clear its intentions with attacks in places like New York and Washington, D.C., Bali, London, Madrid, Moscow and so many other places. But some seem not to have learned history's lessons.

We need to consider the following questions, I would submit:
With the growing lethality and the increasing availability of weapons, can we truly afford to believe that somehow, some way, vicious extremists can be appeased?
Can folks really continue to think that free countries can negotiate a separate peace with terrorists?
Can we afford the luxury of pretending that the threats today are simply law enforcement problems, like robbing a bank or stealing a car; rather than threats of a fundamentally different nature requiring fundamentally different approaches?
And can we really afford to return to the destructive view that America, not the enemy, but America, is the source of the world's troubles?

Hmmm..sounds like:

"Naturally the common people don't want war; neither
in Russia, nor in England, nor in America, nor in
Germany. That is understood. But after all, it is the
leaders of the country who determine policy, and it is
always a simple matter to drag the people along,
whether it is a democracy, or a fascist dictatorship,
or a parliament, or a communist dictatorship. Voice or
no voice, the people can always be brought to the
bidding of the leaders. That is easy. All you have to
do is to tell them they are being attacked, and
denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and
exposing the country to danger. It works the same in
any country."
Hermann Wilhelm Goering, second in command of the
Third Reich

Saturday, September 02, 2006

Are you gona blog my way?


Friday, August 18, 2006

I love Pirates

Thats all..Happy Friday!

Actually, There is a pirate tribute album out now featuring the likes of Lou Reed, Brian Ferry... Nick Cave....yummy...

Condoms for Christ


Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Maybe we really aren't Massholes...

I thought Washington State was supposed to be a happy