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Friday, August 30, 2013

Looking Down the Barrel of a 3 Day Weekend

Keep it Downrange ... you'll be fine

The Early Years

Pissed ... The Early Years

Go Irish!

Friday Babe

Thursday, August 29, 2013

Mr pResidents Syria Strategy

So K. The pResidents plan in Syria is to lob several Cruise Missiles into what Sen Ed Marky (Dipstick MA) is calling a "surgical strike". Marky's got a knack for the friggin obvious. I personally think this will probably not end well for the Odummer Administration or the American people.

What Odummer doesn't understand about terrorists is this. Make it hurt like nothing else. It needs to be horrible. You find the terrorists. Break all their stuff. Burn everything and kill everyone except one so he can tell others how terrible it is to be a terrorist. You have to make it so horribly terrible that they decide they don't want to be a terrorist anymore. Anything less than that and you just look squishy and weak. The fact is both sides of this confilt, this civil war in Syria are enemies of the United States. Hurting one side or the other slightly helps us how? Please just answer that feking question. Remember This. It has to be so bad for Assad that not a single entity would dare retaliate against our servicemen. This is your responsibility to our military.

We can't really allow some douchebag dictator to use chemical weapons against his own people. It's not right and it breaks international law. I'm pretty sure that between the genius of your scandal ridden administration and those goofball UN hacks you could think of something to compel this crapstain Assad not to use chemical weapons anymore.

Good Luck Mr. pResident.

Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Nailing Jelly to the Wall

OMG ... I heard Obummer is thinking about some kind of strategy that may somehow help or hurt even more folks in Syria that may or may not have been victims of what some call chemical weapons. John "Effin" Kerry is almost certain the military actions that may or my not follow will most assuredly either punish Syrian President Assad for maybe using chemical weapons but maybe not.
Oh My Goodness! White House Press Pigeon Jay Carney Has just confirmed that the Odummer Admin is seriously considering a strongly worded response specifically targeting Syrian President Assad for possibly using what some EXPERTS have called biological or chemical weapons.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Defund Obamacare

Sign The Petition


This Could not be Helped

Friday, August 23, 2013

One Word

I give up. You guys give it a try.

Don't Blink

via I'm 41 and TPNN

Cry Me a River


Friday Babe

Red Sox Girl

Thursday, August 22, 2013

Passenger Triggers Scare on MBTA bus

A Guy dressed in Middle Eastern Garb. Observed placing a item under the back of the bus in Boston ... No Worries Right?
BOSTON (WHDH) -- Police investigated a possible suspicious device under an MBTA bus Thursday morning after a man acted suspiciously on a route 66 MBTA bus in Boston’s Mission Hill.

“As the driver was looking in the mirror she observed and individual who bent down and appeared to be placing a black object underneath the bus, as if attaching some type of device underneath that bus,” said Daniel Linskey of the Boston Police Department.

The man got off the bus around 9:20 a.m. People became concerned he might have booby trapped the bus. “We tried to examine it using a dog, we used mirrors…none of that was successful to get a new view. We actually had to bring in a large heavy-duty wrecker to hoist…let the bomb tech see underneath,” said Dep. Chief Robert Lenehan of the Transit Police.

The 27-year-old man was arrested and faces charges including disturbing the peace and inhibiting mass transit. “He was in a garb, (a)n middle eastern garb -- appeared to be in need of some type of medical services,” said Linskey. No explosive device was found, but the bus was towed away to investigate further. Police only found a milk bottle under the bus.



Tuesday, August 20, 2013


Sebelius and the Young Invincibles It's an online Video Contest for Obamacare
HOUSTON, Texas – Today, Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius and Young Invincibles announced the Healthy Young America video contest in an effort to inform young people about health insurance coverage and new options under the Affordable Care Act. People can submit entries and vote for their favorite videos at

“Health insurance is out of reach for millions of young people today—because it costs too much, or isn’t offered through a job,” Secretary Sebelius said. “Soon the Health Insurance Marketplace will give uninsured young people the opportunity to enroll in affordable health insurance, and the Healthy Young America video contest will help them tell their stories to other young people.”

The Affordable Care Act is making health care more affordable and accessible for 19 million uninsured young adults across the country. Three million previously uninsured young adults have joined their parents’ health insurance plan because of the health care law.

“The Millennial generation has always been a creative generation, which is why we are so pleased to partner with HHS in launching the Healthy Young America video contest. “Educating millions of young people about the changes coming this year is vital to helping them achieve economic security,” Aaron Smith, co-founder and executive director of Young Invincibles. “This competition will engage young people by reaching them through a medium that they prefer to use when sharing and receiving content.”

Young Invincibles is in the midst of a nationwide campaign designed to inform young adults about coming changes and new options. “The campaign includes health care “train the trainers” to help community leaders be informed about new changes. A website with frequently-asked questions and a mobile app to help consumers learn about their options, find local health care services, and get information on enrollment events this fall are also included in the campaign.

Friday, August 16, 2013

Friday Babe

Ali Sonoma

Thursday, August 15, 2013

Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Ruger to Open New Plant in North Carolina

Sturm, Ruger and Co has announced plans to open a new manufacturing plant in the same North Carolina town that is already home to the headquarters of the Freedom Group, one of the largest holding companies of firearms companies in the US.

Many gun makers and retailers have moved to expand in recent months following a surge in sales due to an anti-gun political climate.

Many manufacturers are looking to move to, or expand in, states with more gun friendly laws, as some states have made moves to restrict certain types of firearms.


Delicious ... No?

via BC
Articles Of Impeachment Filed Against Obama a.k.a. Barry Soetoro
Today, the National Black Republican Association (NBRA) based in Sarasota, FL, filed 10 articles of impeachment against Obama. Here are the articles and the language. This is wonderful news. Where is the racism now, Democraps?

Obobo's Impeachment Articles at the LINK


Shamelessly Stolen from the Sidebar at IOTW
MSFW Mostly Safe for Work
Do turn the volume down or use headphones

Monday, August 12, 2013


BOSTON (AP) — Boston gangster 'Whitey' Bulger found guilty of gangland crimes, including 11 slayings.

Shooting Skeet

How to Spend a Birthday Weekend in New England

Friday Night 8/9
35th High School Reunion in Bedford Ma

Saturday 8/10 aka My Birthday
Drive to Hampton Beach with the Girls and have Steamers at Wally's Pub

Saturday Night 8/10
Lobstah Dinner with some very nice girls from Lunenberg

Sunday Morning 8/11
Drive to Lake Dennison Winchendon MA with same Girls from last night for a picnic on the beach.

Sunday Afternoon 8/11
Drive to top of Mount Wachusett near Westminster
Boston from the top of MT Wachusett
That's about as close to Boston as I like to get
Drop off the girls and head home again
All on one tank of gas and just under 300 miles.
Nice Weekend

Friday, August 9, 2013

Friday Babe

Luiza Freyesleben

Thursday, August 8, 2013

OK ... I'll Play

We Are Trayvon

Fish On

Massachusetts fishermen reel in 920-pound tuna off Cape Cod

Language Warning as you might imagine.

Flight Information

via Pamibe

If Mayor Filner had a Brother

He may look like this guy

Wednesday, August 7, 2013

What the Heck Were You Thinking

EAST FALMOUTH — A 22-year-old man is scheduled to go to trial this month after he allegedly tried to rob a law enforcement officer's house but was caught by the officer himself.

An off-duty law enforcement officer returned to his East Falmouth home shortly after noon Friday and found a window screen removed and the window pried open, according to police reports. When he entered the house, the officer said he found Jordan C. Medeiros, 23, inside, carrying the officer's Smith & Wesson .45-caliber service weapon and a bag of ammunition, the police said.

Medeiros pointed the gun in the officer's direction, the police report states, but then threw both the weapon and the ammunition on the kitchen table and fled the house.

The officer grabbed the gun and took chase, the police said. He caught Medeiros a few blocks away and held him at bay at gunpoint until Falmouth police officers arrived and put Medeiros under arrest.

Medeiros, of East Wareham, was arrested Friday and faces eight criminal charges: breaking and entering in the daytime with the intent of committing a felony leaving a person in fear; larceny of a firearm; possessing a large-capacity firearm; possessing ammunition without a firearm identification card; assault with a dangerous weapon, specifically a handgun; receiving stolen property valued at more than $250; larceny of less than $250; and possessing marijuana with intent to distribute.

Medeiros pleaded not guilty to the charges Monday in Falmouth District Court.

He is being held without bail at the Barnstable County Correctional Facility pending the outcome of a dangerousness hearing scheduled for Thursday. He's scheduled to have a bench trial Aug. 28, court records state.


How to Make a .12 Gauge Fruit Smoothie

Saw This Over at the Castle

Go See Then Come Back

Pat Condell

Monday, August 5, 2013

Police Log

At 3:39 p.m. police responded to a report of a stolen car on Old Colony Lane. A father and son said that one of their two vehicles had been stolen while they were attending church services near Route 2 in Arlington. When they came back home, they found the vehicle was gone. They called back later to say they had forgotten they each took their own vehicle to church, but came home in one car as they usually do. Their second car was found at the church.

Only in Arlington

Yesterday Was A Nice Day

Lake Winnipesaukee at Night Fall

Friday, August 2, 2013

Friday Babe