Guns, Impossibly Beautiful Women, Nice Rides and Politics


Friday, March 30, 2012


via Adrienne

The Hoppah

via FB Friend Dan

Ahh ... It's the Friday Babe

Blue Eyes

Thursday, March 29, 2012

I Love These

via GOC

How many Jihadis Does it take to plant an IED? 4 Apparently
What Could Possibly Go Wrong? Achmed! Don't Touch Tha...

This has been presented as Jihadist Training vid however it seems to be several "Volunteers" dismantling an IED ahead of a patrol.

Into The Mystic

We were born before the wind
Also younger than the sun
Ere the bonnie boat was won as we sailed into the mystic
Hark, now hear the sailors cry

Smell the sea and feel the sky
Let your soul and spirit fly into the mystic
And when that fog horn blows I will be coming home
And when that fog horn blows I want to hear it

I don't have to fear it
I want to rock your gypsy soul
Just like way back in the days of old
Then magnificently we will float into the mystic

And when that fog horn blows you know I will be coming home
And when that fog horn whistle blows I got to hear it
I don't have to fear it
I want to rock your gypsy soul

Just like way back in the days of old
And together we will float into the mystic
Come on girl...

Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Stop Me

if you heard this one before
via Claire at KISP

About 100 students who walked out of class at North Miami Beach Senior High School in honor of Trayvon Martin, WAIT FOR IT ... ended up ransacking a Walgreens drugstore, breaking displays and merchandise, North Miami Beach police said.

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

I Got Nothing

Monday, March 26, 2012

Listen for a Minute

via American Digest

Now go have a Good Morning

Friday, March 23, 2012

Friday Babe

Local San Diego Model Iliana

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Not So Nice Rides

Worst Built for 2012
via SayUncle

Think about it for a minute before you click. You won't be suprised.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012


Performed by Itzhak Perlman with the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra

Monday, March 19, 2012


The Battle of Athens

Sunday, March 18, 2012

Good Morning

Saturday, March 17, 2012


The Gael

Jenny O'Conner

I Know ... Its not an Irish Tune. Deal with it.

Happy Saint Patricks Day

Friday, March 16, 2012

Friday Babe

Hilary Rhoda

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Hitler Finds Out

about Sandra Fluke
via Ushanka

I'm sorry but this could not be helped.

Wednesday, March 14, 2012

MARSOC Marine Awarded Silver Star

I Marine Expeditionary Force
Story and Photo by Lance Cpl Joshua Young
CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. - A staff sergeant from Bismarck, N.D., received the Silver Star for leading Marines and Afghans into an attack under intense fire to overcome the enemy.

Col. Steven J. Grass, the commanding officer of Marine Special Operations Regiment, presented the military’s third highest award to Sgt. Andrew K. Thompson, a critical skills operator with 1st Marine Special Operations Battalion, during a ceremony at Camp Pendleton, Calif., March 12.

Thompson, who was an element leader with Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command, Company A, led his team and a company of the Afghan National Army in an operation to clear a village in the Farah province of Afghanistan, according to the award’s citation. During the operation, the unit came under heavy fire. Thompson returned fire, killing and wounding several enemies and set up his team in defensive positions.

Thompson resupplied his formation twice while under fire from multiple directions. He called in air support and coordinated fires from attack helicopters and jets to break the enemy’s defense. Thompson’s example to the ANA soldiers allowed him to lead them into the attack and defeat the enemy.

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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Nice Rides

1956 C1 Corvette

The Chevrolet Corvette (C1) is the first generation of the sports car by the Chevrolet division of General Motors introduced late in the 1953 model year and produced through 1962. It is commonly referred to as the "solid-axle" generation, as the independent rear suspension didn't appear until the 1963 Sting Ray. The Corvette was rushed into production for its debut model year to capitalize on the enthusiastic public reaction to the concept vehicle, but expectations for the new model were largely unfulfilled.[3] Reviews were mixed and sales fell far short of expectations through the car's early years. The program was nearly canceled, but Chevrolet would ultimately stay the course and Harley Earl and company would transform the Corvette into a true world-class sports car.


Happy K9 Veteran"s Day

Happy K9 Veteran's Day! March 13, 1942 is the official birthday of the United S...tates K9 Corps. They served to save, and they deserve to be remembered.

BOALSBURG — Blek, a German shepherd working for the Air Force, was wounded by an improvised explosive device in Afghanistan in 2010 and lost his hearing.

Cairo, a Belgian Malinois, was part of the mission that tracked down and killed Osama bin Laden

Drak, another Belgian Malinois, was injured by a suicide bomber in southern Afghanistan in September.

Those canines are known as military working dogs, and local advocates say dogs like them who work in the military and government service should be recognized with a K-9 version of Veterans Day.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012

A Patriot

Saturday, March 10, 2012

Friday, March 9, 2012

Friday Babe

Sandy Cheeks

Thursday, March 8, 2012


It's Whittle and Awesome as usual.

SCOAMF The Movie

via IMAO

So there’s going to be this big documentary of the Obama presidency. You’d think it would be pretty cool — like one of those big disaster films like the movie 2012. But apparently it’s going to be a campaign tool for the Obama campaign, which means it will be about the Obama presidency but they’ll somehow portray all he’s done as good. So I’m not sure if it’s a documentary or science fiction.

International Womens Day

According to Google ... Happy International Womens Day.

These links seem appropriate as You wait FOREVER and end up not getting any.

Front Pages

It's a Slow news day and it's so easy to pick on the Marines

Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Someone you should know

Lieutenant Colonel Art J. Antzack USMCR ~ Retired
Colonel Art Antzack was a veteran of world War II Korea and Vietnam Eras. He served from 1941 - 1946 then reenlisted in 1947 serving from 1947 - 1972. During WWII he served with the 4th Marine Raider Battalion where he participated in the battle of Guadalcanal. He was discharged from service in May of 1946 At the rank of Sargent.

In 1947 Arthur joined the Marine Corp Reserve as Staff Sargent. His unit was recalled to active duty in August 1950 for the Korean conflict. He was assigned duties as a Drill Instructor at Parris Island and was promoted to Gunnery Sargent.

In January 1953 he was metoriously commisionioned a 2nd Lieutenantand was assigned to the 1st Marine divisionin Korea then was promoted to Captain then Major. He was later promoted to Lieutenant Colonel and assigned to to the landing force Trainng Command Pacific at Coronanado CA. He has had the privelege and honoer of serving with 2 Congessional Medal of Honor recipients Colonel Jay R Vargas and Colonel Carl Sitter.

The Colonel Retired in 1972. During his service he was presented many awardsincluding the Combat Action Ribbon a Presidential Unit Citation, A Navy Starand hid treasured enlisted Good Conduct Medal with 3 Stars.

Colonel Antzack was born in Salem Ma. His parents immigrated fro Poland to the US in 1913. He's been married for 55 years and has 3 Clildren His oldest Gary is a Marine Pilot

I shared a beer with this man the other night at the Blarney Stone. He's promised an interview some time after St. Patricks Day. I'm looking forward to it.

Buh Bye

How to Dial the Telephone

A Silent Film from 1927

On this day, March 7, in 1876, Alexandarn Grahm Bell patented the telphone. The first switchboard began operating in Boston in 1877.

Friday, March 2, 2012

The TEA Party

Why they dislike us so much

We're ordinary everyday patriotic Americans.

We served our country Faithfully and expect the same from our government.

We work hard everyday to raise our families.

We ask nothing of benefits or entitlements except where they are properly earned.

We expect to keep a fair portion of our own income each month.

We're predominantly Christian and support Israel against the medieval muslim hoarde.

We don't believe in Man Made Anthropogenic Global Warming.

We know that spending money like a crack addled chimp in Vegas is not an investment.

We ask uncomfortable questions at times and expect a proper answer.

We can make a pretty fair shot at 100 yards or so. Closer in is better though.

We know the Media cannot be trusted with the time of day.

We understand Public Sector Unions are a menace to the US tax payer.

We don't give a rats ass what the UN thinks of us.

We know the difference between a terrorist and a regular flag waving American citizen.

We depend on no one but ourselves and thank no one for the priviledge.

Also ... Please do not assume we're racist simply because we don't like you very much.

You know what else they dislike about us ...

They know if we're left alone we'll be fine until it's cool to be American again.

AND ... This is what makes their heads EXPLODE.

They know we will not be governed by a gang of halfassed ignorant elitist chuckleheads in Washington.

Goodbye Andrew. We'll take it from here.

Friday Babe

Jillian Beyor

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Nice Rides

1950 Buick Roadmaster

"Roadmaster" -- what a wonderful name for a car! It had emerged during 1936 and would last until it was foolishly removed for 1959. It was the perfect term for the top of the Buick line, a car bordering on Cadillac price territory, preferred transport for the up-and-coming professional -- the doctor, the lawyer, and anybody else who could not quite afford a Caddy.

Buick catered to this clientele with flashy styling-far and away the flashiest of the GM divisions-plus luxury and a host of novel design ideas: the famous pop-art grille, the gun-sight hood ornament, the hardtop convertible, the sweepspear, and the porthole. The latter three all arrived in 1949, when Buick sales correspondingly increased by 50 percent, and then doubled in 1950. In that long-lost halcyon era, this was the kind of car America wanted --and bought.

At a time when the annual model change was an act of faith, Buick chief designer Ned Nickles responded in the ordained manner by adding chrome, and the early-Fifties Buicks were not as purely beautiful as Ned's '49, the first all-new postwar design. The buck-tooth grille extended down over the bumper in 1950, but this was too strange even for Buickfolk (but much coveted today), and promptly receded in 1951.

Every account of Buick in those days invariably mentions the origin of the porthole, which -- variously bent, squeezed, elongated, wiped out, and restored again -- has been part of the Buick styling tradition since '49. It was part of that design lexicon, which took inspiration from the wonderful new jot aircraft (the basic Buick shape had evolved from the propeller-driven Lockheed P-38), along with the rounded "fuselage" of car body sides, the big scoop grilles, and the aileron-like tailfins. (Buick's first "fins" came in 1952, well ahead of Virgil Exner and Chrysler.) When Nickles whimsically mounted little colored lights inside the portholes of his own Roadmaster, wired through the distributor to flash in firing order, Flint managers stared at it wide-eyed in open admiration; the wonder is that they didn't make it standard.


Andrew Breibart has died