Guns, Impossibly Beautiful Women, Nice Rides and Politics


Saturday, December 29, 2012

The Posse

I Like the Cut of your Jib, Sir.

Meanwhile ... Newtown survivor wants to sue Conn. for $100 million

Monday, December 24, 2012

Friday, December 21, 2012

Friday Babe

Carla Ossa

Longshoremen Set to Strike

From Maine to Texas ... If your business relies on these clowns to offload containers. You just might be out of luck come 29 Dec 2012.

The threat of a longshoremen's strike this year once again looms over ports from Maine to Texas, after contract talks that had already been extended 90 days broke down once again today.

About 15,000 members of the International Longshoremen’s Association, including 3,500 dockworkers in the Port of New York and New Jersey, could walk of the job as of Dec. 29, when the extension expires.

Democrats Stuck on an Escalator

Take a Moment

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday Babe

Eleya Maureen

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Suprisingly Not Massachusetts

What is it about Right to Work that you oppose so much?
UPDATE: Union Goon Who Assaulted Steven Crowder Identified.

Monday, December 10, 2012

The SturmGewehr 44

German MP44 Shows up at CT Gun Buy Back

Eleven States Where Takers Exceed Makers

Otherwise Known Simply as Death Spiral States.
via Say Anything

Ohio Taker ratio: 1.00 The battleground state has a fiscal standoff between takers (people collecting welfare, a government salary or a government pension) and makers (private sector employees).

Hawaii Taker ratio: 1.02 Dark clouds over Waikiki Beach: Hawaii has slightly more takers than makers.

Illinois Taker ratio: 1.03 Too many goodies promised to insiders. Unfunded pensions contribute to the balance of 103 takers to every 100 makers.

Kentucky Taker ratio:1.05 Twilight in Lexington. People drawing from government slightly outnumber people chipping in with private-sector jobs.

South Carolina Taker ratio:1.06 Riptides on Folly Beach.

New York Taker ratio: 1.07 Causes: taxes, unions and, regulations

Maine Taker ratio: 1.07 A beautiful coastline, but lots of takers.

Alabama Taker ratio: 1.10 The Mises Institute, located in Auburn, AL, is outnumbered.

California Taker ratio: 1.39 Now, we are talking serious takers--who all think they are givers.

Mississippi Taker ratio: 1.49 It's a deadly combo of welfare workers and state employees.

New Mexico Taker ratio: 1.53 The worst taker state in the country

Saturday, December 8, 2012

Go Navy

In Deference to my Friends at BLACKFIVE
17 - 13 Navy ... Just Sayin

Friday, December 7, 2012

Friday Babe

Rita Hayworth

Popular Pinup Photo from Life Magazine 1941

Pearl Harbor Rememberance Day

A Date that will Live in Infamy

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Your Mother Warned You About This

Sure ... Just Stick with That Story

Anderson Cooper:Temporary Blindness Caused by Reflecting Light or Something

I'll Take Jackwagon for a Thousand, Alex

Police charged Fasher with:

Driving while intoxicated, Indecent exposure, Urinating in public, Disturbing the peace, Failure to stay in marked lanes, Destruction of public property, Assaulting a police officer, Driving an unregistered motor vehicle, Driving an uninsured motor vehicle ...
Wait One ...
Non-payment of child support, Public intoxication, Evading police, Passengers not wearing seat belts, Transporting lab animals without proper permits and Contributing to the delinquency of a minor.


“We spotted the green Hyundai Elantra traveling at approximately five miles-per-hour in the passing lane with a huge shower of sparks coming from the rear of the vehicle. As we got closer we noticed that the rear end of the vehicle was dragging on the ground due to the fact that there were no rear tires or axle on the vehicle,” said Lt. Sullivan of the Canton Police. “After the vehicle pulled over, we approached it and found that the driver was not only drinking a can of beer, but that he was not wearing any pants and that he had urinated on himself.”

After not one, but two, brief foot chases, Francis Fasher, 45, of Foxboro, was placed under arrest.

“There were also two female passengers in the back seat,” stated Lt. Sullivan. “One of the females was asleep, partially clad. The other was extremely hysterical. At that time, we believed that she might have been under the influence of PCP, due to the fact that she claimed there were mice biting at her and climbing on her.”

Because of the size of the two women, police were unable to pull the women out of the rear doors of the vehicle. After members of the Canton Rescue Squad cut the roof off the vehicle, and with the help of a crane supplied by Shaugnessy Crane, the women were lifted out of the car. Police estimate the weight of each woman was between 300 and 450 pounds.
It only gets worse after all that.

Something about following the Scraaach marks 4 miles back to a bar where they located the missing rear axel and wheels. Police figure the combined weight of the three passengers caused the rearend of the Hyundai to become disengaged from the vehicle. Yeah ... Thank Heavens for Front Wheel Drive.

Fake But Accurate

You Could Have Knocked Me Over with a Feather ...
The reporter was Karen Jeffrey, 59, a writer for the Cape Cod Times since 1981. In an audit of her work, Times editors have been unable to find 69 people in 34 stories since 1998, when we began archiving stories electronically.

On Tuesday, Jeffrey admitted to fabricating people in some of these articles and giving some others false names. She no longer works for the Cape Cod Times.

Tuesday, December 4, 2012


CNN LINK Iran seizes U.S. drone over Gulf
A unit from Iran's navy has captured a U.S. drone flying over the Persian Gulf, according to Iranian state media reports Tuesday....

Seized With What? A friggin SuperSecret Iranian Tractor Beam? Maybe it was a 30 Thousand Foot Telescoping Robotic Arm. However they did it is freaking amazing. It's remarkably undamaged.

Uh-Oh ...Bagdad Bob has got himself a new gig.
Noteworthy, according to an unnamed military official BAGDAD BOB quoted by state TV, Iran’s cyber warfare unit managed to take over controls of the Sentinel and bring it down. Is it possible? Maybe, otherwise I would not explain why the RQ-170 was not remotely destroyed with a kill-switch reportedly used on such systems to prevent them from going in the wrong hands. Such self-destruction systems are designed to bring down the drone should its pilot lose satellite link from the mobile ground control station.

Monday, December 3, 2012


You can see it in what Whitlock wrote and Costas was more than happy to repeat it for him. Who exactly are these people they’re talking about? Who are these people that handguns tempt into escalating arguments? Who are these people who handguns lead into confrontation? Who are they? Who is this ‘us’ he keeps referring to? Anyone know?

Of course, I’d be remiss if I didn’t point out this giant nugget of fail from Whitlock regarding whether or not we’d focus on his belief that, had Belcher not owned a gun, none of this happens:

But we won’t. We’ll watch Sunday’s game and comfort ourselves with the false belief we’re incapable of the wickedness that exploded inside Jovan Belcher Saturday morning.

The entire argument put forth by these two really boils down to the fact that because some folks commit crimes and do stupid things with guns, they should outlaw them. They don’t specifically say that, but that’s what they want. They use words like “we’ and “us” because unless they are able to paint every person who possesses a gun with the actions of Jovan Belcher, they know they’re full of it and so does anyone capable of an objective thought.
Tam minces no words with this segment ...

Also from the comments there I was thinking the same thing earlier today
The only way this murder-suicide would have improved by gun control is if Kasandra Perkins had control of the gun. It disgusts me that folks like Costas and the quoted Whitlock would use a horrendous murder-suicide to try and get the populace to embrace something thats a proven loser (both politically and statistically).
The Daley Gator has this on the Whitlock piece from Sunday

Missing Asian Antelope in Rhode Island

Unfortunately for her, she looks like a big brown deer with no antlers. Rhode Island Environmental Management Services say the owner does not have a permit to keep these animals at the remote Rhode Island farm in Hopkington. Arrangements had been made to send the animals to the Black Beauty Ranch in Murchison,Texas farm for safe keeping. One of the animals broke free of her pen and escaped into a heavily wooded area surounding the farm.

State veterinarian Dr. Scott Marshall of the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management says he and other DEM officials were supervising the preparation of the antelope and others Monday at a farm in the Woodville - Alton Road section of Hopkinton.

"They were making preparations to ship the animals to a sanctuary in Texas and she became spooked, when we had to dart her to read her TB test and to get her onto the trailer," said Dr. Marshall. "So, she crashed through a fence and went into the woods, and the woods are very thick in the area and we haven't been able to find her."

The DEM issued an advisory at about 2:30 Tuesday warning that the sedative "administered to the animal could cause harm or possibly death to people if flesh from this animal is consumed." Dr. Marshall identified the sedative as Xylazine, which he said is commonly used by veterinarians to sedate large animals.

The DEM also posted warning signs that include photos of the animal at the nearby Black Farm State Management area.

UPDATE: So according to this Field and Stream map we're into Peak Rut in Southern New England. Can one of you Environitwits tell me when we might expect some overly large antlerless whitetails here in the North and Easterly realms?

Friday, November 30, 2012

Friday Babe

Anna Burns

Friday, November 23, 2012

Friday Night Blues

Friday Babe

Crystal Renn

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Friday, November 16, 2012

Friday Babe

Daniela De Jesus

Sunday, November 11, 2012

Veterans Day

Thank You

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Friday, November 9, 2012


Taxahontas and a very awkward first press conference Boston News, Weather, Sports | FOX 25 | MyFoxBoston

Friday Babe

Berenice Marlohe

More Bond Girls

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Friday, November 2, 2012

Greasing The Skids

And Then There's This: 'No Red Tape'? New Jersey Turns Away Non-union Relief Crews

Friday Babe

Abbey Clancy

If that suit looks a little tight for Miss Abbey ... it's because it's painted on and there's a bunch more at the link.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Frankenstorm Update

Every Public and Private school in the state is closed.
Power Outages reported in Wellsley and North Andover.
MBTA Rail and Bus Services closing today at 2PM.
High Tide is still an hour off. Worst of the wind, Water damage is expected later this afternoon.

Friday, October 26, 2012


Making Top Priority a Code Word for Kicking Back and Ignoring Everything.

Frankenstorm 1938

Friday Babe

The Sandy FRANKENSTORM Edition
Kim Cloutier

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Dontcha Just Love New England

Littleton Police: If you know whom the goat belongs to, call Littleton police at 603-444-xxxx.

In Other News: Swamp Donkey Colides with Red Cross Van ... Van Totaled

Democracy Distilled

A History of our Nations Voting Rights

As 2012’s presidential election comes to a finale and you send your ballot in, this is an important time to reflect on our Country’s past. The right to vote is a privilege, not to be taken for granted. Voting is the opportunity to let your voice be heard, a voice that would have been silenced if you were among the minority just 50 years ago. Take this time to understand the opportunity at hand and watch this short video to learn about the history of our nation’s voting rights created by

Monday, October 22, 2012

Be Proud of Your Accomplishments

A teenager allegedly gave this SUV too much gas, launching it onto two parked cars at the Watertown mall.

The Last Best Hope for Mankind

BigFurHat says Share Far and Wide.

There's an App for That

via The Big Feed

UNINSTALLING OBAMA.....……………. █████████████▒▒▒ 90% complete.

You Know What to Do.

Over the Weekend

Red Sox Name New Manager ~ John Farrel. BooYa!

Keene NH Pumpkin Festival

New Hampster Opens 9 Day Swamp Donkey Hunt

Friday, October 19, 2012

Not Optimal

Randy has a list of Obama's Green Energy Flops

Notice: 19 of 36 of these companies have filed for bankruptcy, representing nearly 3.9 billion in tax payer funded losses.

Friday Babe

Catrinel Menghia

Monday, October 15, 2012

This Matters and You Can Help Now

via BigFurHat
Tea Party Patriots GOTV: Call From Home *Tea Party Patriots needs your help in spreading the word to your readers about the free “Call From Home” Get Out The Vote program.* Your readers can play a big part in this election by making free calls from their home to undecided voters in swing states to encourage voter turnout. The script, numbers and instructions are provided to the phone banking volunteers. We are asking volunteers to make only 25 calls. The next day, if they like, they can receive another 25 names and numbers. It’s simple, fast and it works! We need more volunteers to maximize our success. Tea Party Patriots needs your help in getting the word out to those who may not live in swing states but would like to have an impact in states where the election will be decided. We all know the importance of voter turnout on November 6. *Please consider posting about this important Get Out The Vote effort that we believe will have an important impact in swing states.* Please post the following link and a few words basically saying “Tea Party Patriots is providing an easy way for you to help voter turnout in swing states called the “Dial From Home” program. It’s free, simple and doesn’t take much time. Please consider giving a few minutes to encourage voter turnout in this most-important presidential election. Here’s the link to follow”

Sage Advice From Sister

9/11 Families Set to Watch Pretrial Hearings

NEW YORK (AP) -- A military installation in Brooklyn is welcoming families of 9/11 victims this week - to watch pretrial hearings in Cuba for five men charged in the terrorist attacks. The sessions in Guantanamo Bay are closed to the public. But relatives who register can see them on closed-circuit television at Fort Hamilton, a U.S. Army base. Another space there is reserved for first responders. The military commission hearings will also be shown at forts in New Jersey, Massachusetts and Maryland. The suspects include the self-professed mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks. The men are expected to appear at the hearings, which are scheduled from Monday through Friday. The actual military tribunal will not start till sometime next year.

Friday, October 12, 2012


via Adrienne

Laugh it up Joe you friggin Clown

Friday Babe

Flavia de Oliveira

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Hold My Beer and Watch This

It's delayed again for high winds.
The countdown has begun for Felix Baumgartner's epic jump from the edge of space. Supported by a team of experts, Felix will ascend in a helium balloon to an altitude of 120,000 ft / 36,576 m where he will take a leap of faith into the unknown in an attempt to become the first person to break the speed of sound during freefall.

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

And Then There's This Guy

Would-Be Bank Robber Tries To Rob Bank On Columbus Day


EAST BOSTON (cBS) – A would-be bank robber forgot to check his calendar Monday as he attempted to rob a bank in Maverick Square.

Unfortunately for him, the bank was closed for Columbus Day.

Police say Carlos Leger, 39, was spotted by a passing officer at the bank entrance wearing blue latex gloves, sunglasses and a hat. Leger was allegedly trying to open the locked door.

When officers searched him they found a note that read, “Give Me All The Money. No Dye Pack.

Sandusky Sentenced

30 to 60 YEARS

Quarterback FB Battle

via FB Friend Steve



Facebook jacket hugs you when you receive a Like.
The jacket can automatically inflate to hug the wearer when a like is received via a mobile phone.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Valentine is Gone

Bobby V? Who's Bobby V? I heard he did well with the Met's and in Japan. Yeah and he managed my Red Sox through the WORST SEASON IN 47 YEARS.


Friday Babe

Adriana Lima

Thursday, October 4, 2012

1934 Cape Cod and Cape Islands


Navy's Newest Warship

USS Michael Murphy(DDG-112)

CALVERTON, N.Y. (AP) -- The U.S. Navy's newest warship will not be named for a former president, distinguished member of Congress or some historic figure from the past. The USS Michael Murphy, a 510-foot destroyer, is being commissioned this weekend in New York City for a Long Island native and Navy lieutenant who became the first American awarded the Medal of Honor in Afghanistan when he was killed along with two fellow SEALs during an ambush in 2005. He was 29.


Driving West

Through the Oxbow Last Evening
You can see we're not quite ready for primetime foliage here in North Central MA


Ace has The Mile High Massacre ... Now with pictures.

Dennis Miller: "Obama better hope a Kicked Ass is covered under Obamacare."

The Smirk.

Just a Conservative Girl's Suggested Debate Drinking Game ... HAMMERED. If you made through the first segment without 15 or 16 drinks ... you were doing it wrong.

Via Insty
MATT WELCH: “That wasn’t a debate so much as Mitt Romney just took Obama for a cross country drive strapped to the roof of his car.”

Wednesday, October 3, 2012


Friday, September 28, 2012

Friday Babe

Herika Noronha

Standing O for Returning Referees

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Mike Rowe at Romney Ohio Campaign Stop

Mike Rowe starts at about 6:30 in.


Teachers Union Vilify New Movie

“Won’t Back Down” tells the story of a teacher (Viola Davis) and a single mother (Maggie Gyllenhaal) who battle to oust the union in a poor, failing Pittsburgh school. Produced by Walden Media, it’s an emotional roller coaster aimed at mainstream audiences unlike “Waiting for Superman,” Walden’s previous anti-union and much-heralded documentary

Union Head Banging and Progressive Eye Gouging in 5...4...3...
One industry source yesterday confirmed reports that the Screen Actors union president was asked by union officials to warn the movie’s stars about union bashing. On the “Today” show Monday, after protests at the premiere, Gyllenhaal went out of her way to say she’s not a union basher.

Meanwhile the American Federation of Teachers’ president, Randi Weingarten, has denounced the movie for “using the most blatant stereotypes.” She has a point: Gyllenhaal’s fictional child’s teacher is a heartless monster. But when Weingarten falls back on blatant stereotypes herself, blaming growing anti-union sentiment on right wing cabals, she loses credibility. Numerous Democrats, despite all that teachers union funding, are now also pushing back, including Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, who just chaired the Democratic National Convention, and Obama’s education secretary, Arnie Duncan.

But this isn’t just about Hollywood. Right here in Boston, City Councilor John Connolly says he’s “hugely frustrated with the pace of change,” irate Boston’s new teachers’ contract was settled “without adding a single minute to our short school day.” Connolly said his own child’s school, the Trotter, was “at the bottom of the barrel four years ago.” But now it’s a so-called “turnaround school” with longer days, where principals can actually hire teachers they want. The difference, said Connolly, is miraculous. Now, that sounds like the makings of a feel-good movie.


Wednesday, September 26, 2012

Andy Williams



Sometimes you only get one chance to do the right thing. WHDH-TV -

Replacements Referees

Take on The Browns at Ravens Thursday Night

I Love Watching the Refs play Ball

US Navy Names Newest Armstrong Class AGOR Ship

Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced today that the first Armstrong-class Auxiliary General Oceanographic Research (AGOR) ship will be named Neil Armstrong.

Tuesday, September 25, 2012

No I Can't

As Irish Says ... Share it.

Allen West on Progressivism


Monday, September 24, 2012

I Guess

He Really Likes Trains

Stop Me

If you heard this one before.
Flight attendant's gun goes off at Philadelphia Int'l Airport
Flight Attendant attempts to bring a hand gun through Security ... CHECK!
TSA find the weapon and freak out ... CHECK!
Philli's Finest sends a round through a secured area attempting to unload the weapon ... CHECK!

Sunday, September 23, 2012

Good Morning

Lay the Proud Usurpers Low
Tyrants fall in Every Foe
Liberty in Every Blow
Let Us Do or Die
~ Robert Burns

Friday, September 21, 2012

Friday Babe

Daniella Sarahyba

Tuesday, September 18, 2012

A Major Award

Harvey at IMAO offers "High Praise"
On Behalf of the Famous Blogging Squirrels, I Thank you and Accept your High Praise.

Monday, September 17, 2012

L’shana Tova – Happy New Year.

L’shana Tova – Happy New Year. May God Write And Seal You In The Book Of Life For A Good Year

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Friday, September 14, 2012

A Football Question

via My FB Friend Paul
Last year.....after the Packers / Bills game, Buffalo released quarterback Trent Edwards.
During the Packers / Eagles game, the Packers injured Philadelphia quarterback Kevin Kolb. Philadelphia then had to play backup quarterback Michael Vick.
... During a playoff game against the Eagles, the Packers injured Michael Vick and another backup was needed.
After the Packers / Cowboys game, Dallas fired Wade Phillips and most of his staff .
After the Packers / Vikings game, Minnesota fired Brad Childress and most of his staff.
Four weeks after losing to the Packers, the 49er's coach Mike Singletary and most of his staff were fired and replaced.
During the Bears Playoff game, the Packers injured Jay Cutler and backup Todd Collins forcing the Bears to go with 3rd string quarterback Caleb Hanie.
So here's the question......
Is it just me, or did the Packers create more jobs last year than Obama?

Vacation in Boston

Friday Babe

Things that make you go Hmmm ...
Michelle Alves
Thumbs not hitched in bikini bottoms

Thursday, September 13, 2012

You Berk

via IOTW
as Roger would say ... You Berk

DNCC Apologizes

via Insty
Democratic officials apologized Wednesday for mistakenly displaying an image of the Russian Navy during a tribute to America’s veterans at last week’s Democratic National Convention.

They called it a vendor error.

A DNCC spokeswoman said the image of what's believed to be the Russian Black Sea Fleet appeared on screen due to an unspecified “vendor error,” but was unable to say how it had occurred or whether the photo had been digitally altered. Naval experts who reviewed the image believe that the photo is a composite of Russian ships and F-5 trainer jets — which are not used by the Russian Navy — streaking overhead in a maneuver.

Test of Fire

Tuesday, September 11, 2012



Monday, September 10, 2012

It's Official

The BoSOX are at the Bottom of the AL East
Dead Dog Last
In Other News:

Maine police arrest angry Yankees fan
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) — Portland police arrested a man wearing a New York Yankees hat over the weekend after he threw a brick through the police station's glass front door.
Police say 38-year-old Jeffrey Nason entered the Middle Street station at about 8:30 p.m. Saturday to complain that someone in the street had yelled at him for wearing a Yankees cap.
He left the station and threw a brick through the lobby door. He was caught a short distance away and charged with aggravated criminal mischief.
No one was hurt, but damage to the door was estimated at $1,000.
Nason was held at the Cumberland County Jail. Police did not say where he was from.

Friday, September 7, 2012

Aren't Facebook Friends Awesome?


Garlic to be Celebrated at Maine Garlic Festival

Obama:Picking Cherries from my Backside is Hard

I'm not making this crap up.
It’s official: Feds OK Mont Vernon’s Jew Pond being renamed Carelton Pond

In Other News: I met The Kilted One last evening at a book signing event with Larry Correia. Sure enough he pulled up in the Earth F***er, Kilted and all with a very fancy purse on a chain around his middle. He wasn't armed at the time though who can tell what he might have had up in that dress he was wearing.
It was nice to meet you Jay.

He's wearing that dress for a reason. If you're so inclined please donate to Kilted to Kick Cancer

Friday Babe

Anne Vyalitsyna

Previously ... Friday Babes of Summer 2012
May 4th 2012 Anna Kournikova
May 11th 2012 Marila Moreno
May 18th 2012 Mercedes Terrell
May 25th 2012 Miranda Kerr
June 1st 2012 Cintia Dicker
June 8th 2012 Brooklyn Decker
June 15th 2012 Michelle Vawer
June 22nd 2012 Nina Agdal
June 29th 2012 Petra Nemcova
July 6th 2012 Kelly Brook
July 13th 2012 Rebecca Romjin
July 20th 2012 Paulina Porizkova
July 27th 2012 Denise Milani
August 3rd 2012 Candice Boucher
August 17th 2012 Jessica Alba
August 24th 2012 Genevieve Morton
August 31st 2012 Esti Ginzburg
You're Welcome

Thursday, September 6, 2012

Obama by the Numbers

via BookWorm Room

Change ... If You Want It or Not

Dems Re-insert "God" and "Jerusalem" into party Platform ... Dissenters Boo as Chairman Overules Nay Votes

Tuesday, September 4, 2012

All Aboard the Crazy Train

Pass the Popcorn

Chuck Norris and Wife Gena

Share a Labor Day Message Remember This ... The Chief Export of Chuck Norris is PAIN.

Happy National Empty Chair Day

via FB Friends

Monday, September 3, 2012


Boxer Micky Ward reportedly cancels Scott Brown endorsement.

No ... Not Really. The KOS Kids are pissing all over like excited little puppies though. No link for them.
It started with a tweet from Republican National Convention in Florida. Then came word from Brown’s camp that the Wrentham Republican would be making an appearance Friday morning at Ward’s favorite gym, Forever Fitness in Chelmsford.
Reached on his cell, Ward said he admired Brown’s spirit and respected the way he could “go out there and listen and talk like a guy who is positive and wants to do right by us.”

Progressive Head Banging and Union Eye Gouging in 5, 4, 3 ...
In Truth ... it took about 30 minutes.

Apparently Micky was reminded ah ... He's a Teamster and He's not allowed to think on his own. Yeah and Scott Brown really hates teh Ghey.

But the paper said Ward called back about a half-hour later to reverse his decision.
“I can’t support Scott Brown,” the newspaper quoted him as saying. “I just can’t do it.”

The former boxer added: “I found out Scott (Brown) is anti-union and I’m a Teamster guy. I found out he’s also against gay marriage, and I say if you love someone, you should have the same rights no matter who you are.”

Ward and Brown have attended events together in the past. They may even be friends. I don't know. A local celeb takes a minute to answer a cell phone call and says something nice about the candidate does not an endorsement make.

In other news Fauxahantus says Scott Brown hates teh wimmins too.

181st Engineer Company Deploys to Afganistan

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Teh Funny

President Obama To Receive Honorary Clown Shooz, and Induction Into Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Baileys Clownz Association.

No ... Not Really. He didn't earn that. Apologies to real clowns everywhere. Just a bit of jocularity. Not as funny as this one over at The Duffel Blog though

Friday, August 31, 2012


Passing for News

It's Controversial ... to No One except this Reporter
HANSON, Mass. (WHDH) -- Two signs outside of a small business in Hanson that show the business owner’s feelings toward the president are causing controversy.

The political signs in front of the business along Route 27 in Hanson are stopping traffic and getting some people fired up.

Friday Babe

Esti Ginzburg

Thursday, August 30, 2012

Mass City Rejects Pub with Scantily Clad Staff

QUINCY, Mass. (AP) -- Quincy has denied a license to a national Scottish-themed sports bar chain whose wait staff wear skimpy tartan skirts and tops following objections from members of the city's religious community. The city licensing board on Tuesday denied a license to Tilted Kilt, reversing the approval given to the Tempe, Ariz.-based chain in July. Two board members reversed their earlier decision and voted to deny the license after hearing from Deacon Paul Lewis of St. John The Baptist Church, who called the restaurant "a slap in the face." The Rev. John Culp, pastor of Fort Square Presbyterian Church, also objected. A Tilted Kilt lawyer tells The Patriot Ledger the decision was disappointing. The company can appeal to the state Alcoholic Beverages Control Commission or file a legal appeal in court.

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Paul Ryan's Convention Speech

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Move Along Nothing to See Here

Samuel L. Jackson Upset that Hurricane Isaac Didn't Hit Republican Convention

Really? ... He's not race baiting at all ... It's me misunderstanding the black perpetual victims experiance in America.

Monday, August 27, 2012

Mitt Romney Interview with Raymond Arroyo

via Adrienne Who asks us to help this go Viral

At the Corner of Hope and Change

via The Feral Irishman
The Voters ~ Blame it on Bush
Kinda Catchy

Good on You Gunny

via IOTW
Gunny Ermey has been fired from Geico Insurance for unflatering remarks he's made about the current Presidential Administration.

Gunnery Sergeant Hartman:Do you think I'm cute, Private Gecko? Do you think I'm funny? Private Gecko: Sir, no, sir!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Then wipe that disgusting grin off your face.
Private Gecko: Sir, yes, sir.
[tries to stop smiling] Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Well, any F@#%ing time, sweetheart!
Private Gecko: Sir, I'm trying, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Private Gecko I'm gonna give you three seconds; exactly three-F@#%ing-seconds to wipe that stupid looking grin off your face or I will gouge out your eyeballs and skull-fuck you! ONE! TWO! THREE!
Private Gecko: Sir, I can't help it, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Bull$&*t! Get on your knees scumbag!
[Gecko drops down to his knees] Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Now choke yourself.
[Gecko wraps his own hands around his throat] Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Goddamn it, with MY hand, numb-nuts!
[Gecko reaches for Hartman's hand] Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Don't pull my F@#%ing hand over there! I said choke yourself; now lean forward and choke yourself!
[Gecko does so] Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Are you through grinning?
Private Gecko: [gagging] Sir, yes, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Bull$&*t, I can't hear you!
Private Gecko: [louder] Sir, yes, sir.
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: Bull$&*t, I STILL can't hear you! Sound off like you've got a pair!
Private Gecko: SIR, YES, SIR!
Gunnery Sergeant Hartman: That's enough! Get on your feet. Private Gecko you had best square your a$$ away and start $&*tting me Tiffany cufflinks or I will definitely f@#$ you up!
Private Gecko: Sir, yes, sir.

Bear Season Opens In Maine


Happy 'Aly Raisman Day'

Oh And ... She's just signed her first endorsement deal with Poland Spring in Conneticut.

Southern New England Vets

Career fair set for military veterans in Niantic

Winter is Coming

The Newest Edition of The Farmers Almanac is out today.

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - The weather world is full of high-profile meteorologists like NBC's Al Roker and the Weather Channel's Jim Cantore. But the guy making the forecasts for the Farmers' Almanac is more like the man behind the curtain.

He's cloaked in mystery.

The publisher of the 196-year-old almanac, which goes on sale this week, takes great pains to protect the identity of its reclusive weather soothsayer, who operates under the pseudonym Caleb Weatherbee. Caleb's real name and hometown are a secret. And so is his age-old formula used for making long-term weather forecasts.

The mystery man's forecast for the coming winter suggests that people from the Great Lakes to northern New England should get out their long johns and dust off their snow shovels because it's going to be cold and snowy. It's also supposed to be wet and chilly in the Southeast, and milder for much of the rest of the nation.

Even just to speak to the forecaster, the almanac would agree only to an unrecorded phone call with the man from an undisclosed location.

"It's part of the mystique, the almanac, the history," said Editor Peter Geiger of the current prognosticator, the almanac's seventh, who has been underground since starting the job in the 1980s.

The weather formula created by almanac founder David Young in 1818 was based on planetary positions, sunspots and lunar cycles. Since then, historical patterns, weather data and a computer have been added to the mix.

In an election season, the almanac dubbed its forecast "a nation divided" because there's a dividing line where winter returns for much of the east, with milder weather west of the Great Lakes.

Scientists generally don't think too much of almanac's formula.

Ed O'Lenic, operations chief for NOAA's Climate Prediction Center, declined to knock the almanac's methodology but said sun spots and moon phases aren't used by modern-day meteorologists.

"I'm sure these people have good intentions but I would say that the current state of the science is light years beyond what it was 200 years ago," O'Lenic said from Maryland.

In this year's edition, the almanac's editors are contrite about failing to forecast record warmth last winter but they suggested readers should go easy on the publication - and on Caleb - because nobody forecast 80-degree weather in March that brought the ski season a rapid end in northern New England.

"Let's face it - the weather was so wacky last year. It was so bizarre," said Sandi Duncan, managing editor, pointing out that NOAA and Accuweather also missed the mark.

Indeed, NOAA and Accuweather didn't project the extent of the warm winter.

"We missed it too, to put it bluntly," said Tom Kines, a meteorologist at Accuweather in State College, Pa. "It was a weird winter last year."

The Maine-based Farmers' Almanac is not to be confused with the New Hampshire-based Old Farmer's Almanac. Both issue annual forecasts, with the Old Farmer's Almanac scheduled for next month.

Geiger, who keeps a copy of Weatherbee's secret weather formula in a secure location, is quick to point out that there's more to the almanac than just weather forecasts. Hearkening to its old traditions, the folksy almanac features recipes, gardening tips, jokes, facts and trivia, and a guide to a simpler life.

For example, who knew that you could clean your toilet by pouring in Coca-Cola instead of harsh chemicals, or that putting a spoonful of vinegar in a pet's water dish keeps fleas at bay?

As for the weather, almanac readers say it's all good, clean fun.

"It's a fun publication to get and to read, to watch and see how accurate it is," said Wanda Monthey of Alexandria, Va. "It's a lot like a game."

Friday, August 24, 2012

Friday Babe

Genevieve Morton

Wednesday, August 22, 2012

Sword and Gun Fight

Some Assembly Required
A masked man who attempted to rob a Las Vegas Dairy Queen with a 3-foot-long samurai sword was shot in the chest and killed by a restaurant clerk, KLAS reports.
The incident reportedly occurred at around 12:19 p.m. on Sunday. The clerk fired a total of two rounds from a handgun at the would-be robber, according to police.
The suspect, whose identity has not been released yet, was transported to Sunrise Hospital where he was pronounced dead, KLAS reports.

I'm Pretty Sure it Went Down Something like this.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Teh MOTUS ... She's Angry

via Castle ARGGHHH

Run Joe Run

Friday, August 17, 2012

Friday Babe

Jessica Alba

Friday, August 3, 2012

Vt. man crushes police cars with family tractor


Friday Babe

Candice Boucher

PA Announcer Ejected

On Wednesday night, minor league umpire Mario Seneca decided to throw out – get this – the Daytona Cubs' public address announcer for playing Three Blind Mice after a questionable call.

Per the Daytona Cubs' Facebook page: "We've just entered the twilight zone at Jackie Robinson Ballpark. Our music man, Derek Dye, has been EJECTED from tonight's game. The umpire, Mario Seneca, was apparently not happy when Derek played Three Blind Mice after a questionable call. With no music system, a fan has stepped up to call out player introductions from the stands."


Thursday, August 2, 2012

The Flake

Obviously They Didn't Get the Memo

Equality Illinois is urging gay and lesbian couples to go to their local Chick-Fil-A restaurants for a “kiss-in” campaign, which the group is promoting along with other gay rights organizations nationwide.

At the “kiss-in,” Equality Illinois says, “LGBT supporters will show their disdain for Chick-Fil-A’s policies with public displays of affection in front of their restaurants.”

Queue the Benny Hill Theme Music Maestro

By Jo-Anne MacKenzie
The Eagle Tribune Wed Aug 01, 2012, 12:09 AM EDT
SALEM — It wasn’t a chase, rather more of a follow by Salem police.

A Lawrence man driving what may be a stolen moped led police around the area of Cluff Crossing Road and Route 28 at midday Monday before police shot him with a Taser and took him into custody.

Rafael Tejada, 26, faces seven charges as a result of the incident, which started innocently enough.

A police officer spotted Tejada on Cluff Crossing Road just past 11:30 a.m. and noticed he wasn’t wearing protective eyewear, according to Deputy police Chief Shawn Patten.

“His only thought was he needs to wear some eye protection,” Patten said of the officer, “His original purpose was just to tell him that.”

But Tejada wasn’t inclined to stop and get that message, so what might have been a brief encounter turned into a series of darts and follows, and led to Tejada’s arrest.

When Tejada spotted the officer, he sped up, crossed a solid double yellow line into oncoming traffic and entered the Shaw’s plaza through the exit lane.

The cruiser followed, not tough to do at a top speed of about 25 mph to 30 mph, according to Patten. The officer ordered Tejada to stop.

Still apparently not interested in a conversation with police, Tejada kept going. He next jumped a curb and left the parking lot along an old railroad bed, heading out toward Interstate 93 — on the wrong side of the road.

The cruiser couldn’t follow, but another officer spotted Tejada puttering along on the moped, now heading south on Route 28. He headed back to Cluff Crossing Road with two cruisers in what can only be described as slow pursuit, according to Patten.

The small caravan then turned into the parking lot at Brook Village west Apartments. Tejada left the pavement and the officers thought he might finally be stopping.

Instead, Tejada darted in front of the lead cruiser, causing the officer to slam on his brakes to avoid striking him. The cruiser didn’t hit Tejada, but the second cruiser in line slammed into the back of the first one.

Finally, Tejada drove the moped into some brush and crashed. Even then, Patten said, he remained uncooperative and resisted being taken into custody. He was shot with a Taser and taken into custody with no further problems. Police later discovered “a good sized bag of marijuana” in Tejada’s pocket, Patten said.

Tejada was charged with disobeying a police officer, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana, reckless operation, misuse of plates for not having any license plates, driving after suspension and violating motorcycle rules by not wearing eye and ear protection.

He was later released on $2,000 personal recognizance, pending his arraignment in 10th Circuit Court in Salem.

Damage to one of the cruisers was minor, Patten said, but a little more substantial to the second. Any time a cruiser is involved in an accident, the vehicle is removed from the fleet until police are sure it’s safe to operate, he said. Both cruisers should be back in service soon, he said.

The incident is still under investigation, Patten said, and there is a possibility the moped was stolen from Epping.