May 10, 2013

White House Press Briefing

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I had a mind drift while watching White House spokesman Jay Carney talk about the political mess surrounding the Obama administrations actions during the debacle in Libya where four Americans including Ambassador Christopher Stevens were murdered.


All my mind could see was Baghdad Bob. Maybe I need some professional help.

Update by SH: Let's put this into prospective:


That's better, bye now.

By Mr. E. Blogger at 08:59 PM | Comments |

April 18, 2012

Rest In Peace

America's oldest teenager.

By Vinnie at 04:38 PM | Comments |

November 13, 2011

Cool Animal Video

I never knew dolphins could do this until I saw the video. It was kind of cool so I thought I'd share.

By DMartyr at 10:40 AM | Comments |

October 18, 2011

Most Pressing Question of our Era

Whatever happened to all those super hot flight attendants?

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 12:38 PM | Comments |

July 27, 2011

Mountain Lion Killed in Connecticut

(Hartford, Connecticut) Last month, a 140-pound mountain lion was killed by a car on the Wilbur Cross Parkway in Milford. It was the first confirmed sighting of a cougar in the state since the 1880s.

Genetic testing revealed that the big cat came from a wild breeding population of about 250 mountain lions in the southwest corner of South Dakota, the Black Hills area, results released Tuesday afternoon revealed.

No one knows why the animal — a lean, 140-pound male between 2 and 4 years old — undertook a journey across the continent. But its travels were documented through Minnesota and Wisconsin, and biologists speculate that the cat then wandered through southern Ontario and New York before reaching Connecticut.

Saw a news anchor bemoaning the "sad" story of the mountain lion. Well, excuse me. I sure don't see sadness and I don't want a dangerous predator in my neighborhood. Children, pets and joggers are at serious risk with one of these big cats in the vicinity.(More....)

By Mr. E. Blogger at 01:03 PM | Comments |

July 04, 2011

It's July 4th and that means .... AMERICA, F*CK YEAH!

What better way to celebrate the 4th than this Team America/Captain America mash-up? Trust me, watch it 'til the end.

By Rusty Shackleford, Ph.D. at 12:05 PM | Comments |

February 22, 2010

Do you believe in miracles? 30 years later


The win by the USA Men's hockey team over heavily favored Canada last night was pretty spectacular. But it doesn't remotely come close to the victory by the scrappy and vastly overmatched 1980 USA hockey team over the Soviet Union that occurred 30 years ago today - February 22, 1980. For those who were around to watch the game that Friday night, then watched the gold medal game against Finland that following Sunday morning, watching flag-draped goalie Jim Craig skating around looking for his dad in the stands afterwards and Mike Eruzione calling his entire team up on the tiny podium during the medal ceremony, you understand how magical that event was. That's why the Sports Illustrated cover that week (above) bore no text. No one in America needed to be told.

For those of you who weren't around - you will never know.

By Barbarossa at 12:26 AM | Comments |

January 07, 2010

Homeland Security too incompetent to carry out it's job

The Department of Homeland Security is “is functional only in name,” according to the Inspector General.

Janet Incompalitano. CNS

( – The Homeland Security Department’s National Operations Center (NOC) is “unable” to do its job of ensuring coordination among the 22 federal agencies that make up the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and focuses too much on disaster management rather than terrorism prevention, according to its own inspector general.

The National Operations Center, in fact, functions largely in name only, and current operations apparently have diminished its ability to respond to terrorist threats.

By at 01:56 PM | Comments |

November 11, 2009

Some Cheesecake for your Veterans Day: Pin-Ups for Vets

I can't let Veterans Day pass without a shout-out to Gina Elise and her Pin-Ups for Vets project.

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Her project publishes pin-up calendars for three purposes:

1. The calendars would be sold to raise funds for our hospitalized Veterans.

2. The calendars would be delivered as gifts to our ill and injured Veterans with messages of appreciation from the donors.

3. The calendars would be sent to our deployed troops to help boost morale and to let them know that Americans back home are thinking of them.

I understand her 2010 calendar is now available. Consider giving Pin-Ups for Vets your support.

By Barbarossa at 10:04 PM | Comments |

September 11, 2009

A Note To The Islamist Trolls Infesting The Comments

Have a nice day:

Bonus blasphemy for you below the fold, you goat humping pricks.

By Vinnie at 06:37 PM | Comments |

Obama says Islam has changed the face of America...

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...and we couldn't agree more.

By Barbarossa at 08:19 AM | Comments |

September 03, 2009

Yeah, He's An Idiot

Well, come to find out today that Barry O's speech to TEH CHILLINS is going out to the K-6 set.

I don't know about the rest of you parents, but if he doesn't actually promise a Skittles shitting unicorn in every house, my 3rd grader probably won't be listening. Because, like most girls in third grade, her free time is consumed with dreams of 3rd grade princesses frolicking in pastures with Skittles shitting unicorns, while the adults deal with idiots like that Mr. President guy interrupting her day.

She'll be too busy yakking to her nearest neighbor about how to beat the latest boss in Pokemon Platinum while Obama yammers on.

And you were worried about your kid. Bitch, please.

By Vinnie at 12:31 AM | Comments |

August 28, 2009

I'm Just Asking Questions Here, People

Kidnap pre-pubescent girl and make her your sex slave. Check!

Father her children. Check!

Claim that God speaks to you. Check!

Not necessarily in that order, by the way.

Doesn't that sound like a certain founder of the world's most peaceful religion?

Decide for yourself.

People who knew Garrido said he became increasingly fanatic about his religious beliefs in recent years, sometimes breaking out into song and claiming that God spoke to him through a box.

"In the last couple years he started getting into this strange religious stuff. We kind of felt sorry for him," said Tim Allen, president of East County Glass and Window Inc. in Pittsburg, Calif., who bought business cards and letterhead from Garrido's printing business for the last decade.

I'm not saying that the founder of one of the world's largest monotheistic religions was crazy, but.... okay, well, yes, yes I am.


By Vinnie at 10:42 PM | Comments |

August 27, 2009

Aw, Crap, He Missed

What is it they say? You reap what you sow?

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — A suicide bomber lightly wounded a senior prince largely credited for Saudi Arabia's anti-terrorism campaign when he blew himself up just before going into a gathering of well-wishers for the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, the state news agency said Friday.

It was the first known assassination attempt against a member of the royal family since Saudi Arabia began its crackdown on Al Qaeda affiliated militants eight years ago following the Sept. 11 terror attacks in the United States.

As for me, I love seeing this type of enemy upon enemy violence. The more they focus on each other, the less energy they have to deal with us.

I'd be willing to pay 10 bucks a gallon of gas to see Saudi Arabia and Iran go to war and obliterate each other out of existence.

By Vinnie at 09:52 PM | Comments |