Friday, January 29, 2010

The mystery classmate.

So this guy from my 6th grade class posted our class picture on my facebook this mornin. I can name all of them exept the young lad in the bottom row. I am asking my loyal readers from the Center of the Universe for help.

I also pointed out where I am in the photo for those of you who were not fortunate to grow up in Malta. It would have been awesome.

I also ponted to Sister Helen who I wrote about in The Hell Express.

Ghoulies and Schmalor, I need your help.

Its more of Shelbyville idea.

President Obama's solution to the job crisis is to build a train?  Brilliant!!

Thursday, January 28, 2010

From Deadspin again

I don't know if you all have seen this video of a Vikings fan at the end of the playoff game this past Sunday.  The reaction is pretty good but the comment section is hilarious.  And yes, I have nothing better to do.

Click here.

At least he wore a tie

Has there ever been a state of the union less presidential?  This guy is a total clown.  He does, though, inspire me.  Afterall, if a man this unqualifed, inexperienced and incompetent can be president, then the world is still my oyster.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

This makes sense

My good friend in Minnesota and loyal reader James the Third sent me this from Steve Czaban's blog its awesome.

The following, is awesome!

It succinctly, and powerfully reduces the tyranny of modern statism to a quick and understandable read.

While Mark Levin's recent best seller "Liberty and Tyranny" is a thicker, more nuanced read, this is a good start for anybody who seeks to finally "get it" about the evils of modern liberalism.

If you are too lazy to read the whole thing, here's the original link from

It’s clear that the middle class is the great enemy of collectivism. Only they have the combination of voting power, money, and economic self-interest to see the growth of government as undesirable, and provide effective resistance. They generally view their interactions with government in a negative light – they’ve all spent time in the Department of Motor Vehicles mausoleum, spent hours wrestling with tax forms, or been slapped with a traffic citation they don’t think they deserved. They understand the inefficiency and emotional instability of government, and instinctively resent its intrusion into their lives. A health-care takeover is the best chance collectivists will ever have of persuading the middle class to vote itself into chains… but for the better part of a century, they’ve been able to hear the hammers of the State ringing on the metal of those chains, in the forges of taxation and regulation.

The middle class is a vast group in a capitalist society, which is one of the things collectivists really hate about capitalism. Its upper reaches include the entrepreneurs and small business owners that bring economic vitality. Virtually every aspect of Obama’s agenda is designed to injure or burden small businessmen, and this is no accident. Despite their angry rhetoric about giant corporations, leftists have little trouble controlling them. They often do business directly with the government, as vendors… and, through lobbyists, as customers. They generally employ members of labor unions, which serve as a de facto arm of Big Government, injecting the agenda of the State directly into the corporate bloodstream. It’s the small business owners and self-employed, along with those who aspire to join their ranks, who are the most difficult to control, and the most likely to muster effective electoral resistance to the statist agenda. The middle class is filled with people who pay attention to the second page of their paycheck stubs.

The President says “I have every interest in seeing a unified country solving big problems.” The rest of us have an interest in being allowed to pursue our individual solutions to those problems, according to the liberties our Constitution says belong to us as absolutely as our souls. We can see the wreckage of those “unified” solutions strewn through our past, and littering the rest of the world. Our frustration is born of intelligence and moral strength, not stubborn blindness.

This post should be a bookmark page, for when anybody asks you: "So what do you have against Obama, anyway?"

The entire post from Doc Zero can be found here.  It's well worth the read.  To quote JS3 "When are people going to wake up?"

When indeed.

Friday, January 22, 2010

Sorry I can't help it.

Was listening to a playlist on and MC came on so I HAVE to post these videos.  HAMMER TIME BABY!!!! Sorry for the poor quality of the video all the good ones had the "embed" disabled. Fags.

How about busting a move with my man Young MC.  He won Celebrity Fit Club a couple years ago.  Waita move it buooy!

Silent Picnic

My good friend Rick, who has the blog "The Mobridge" that he never posts anything on, sent me this video of a family picnic.  I don't who the couple to the left are but the gentleman with the cigarette is Rick's father Lee.  The other toddler is his brother Scott (I'm pretty sure that Scott is the one with the bottle).  I'm assuming Rick's lovely mother Lila was the one running the camera.  Lee passed away two years ago so he was reunited with his lovely wife.  He was also my boss for 7+ years and taught me a lot about the business world and was a large contributor to my success.  After my first year in college, Lee and Lila were in Bozeman and took me to dinner with the boys.  Lila asked me how school was.  I told her that I had screwed up my financial aid application and probably wasn't going to go back for a year.  She took me aside later and said "Chip, I have my own money and I'll write you a loan if you need one to go to school."  She told me that if I wanted to drop out that was fine. If I wanted to go back to work, good for me but she told me that money would never be a reason I quit school because she wouldn't allow it.  A wonderful, wonderful woman indeed.  Rick is also the guy who set this blog up for me, so thanks Ricker.  We need to consume mass quantities sometime.

Enjoy the video. 

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Random Thoughts #16

Things that crossed my mind while wondering how people can believe in global warming and not Bigfoot.

The message to most sane people is very clear. This health care package is a pile of dogshit.  It is nothing more than government control of 1/6 of the economy.  The question is: why is it so hard for democratic leadership to see that this bill is nothing that the people want?  The other question is: how stupid are the people who voted Pelosi, Reid et al in office?  Who is stupider? More stupid? Stupidest? Whatever.

President Obama hates success. Except his own.  He has done NOTHING with his life except try to take money from hard working people and give it to lazy people.  He is the absolute proof that an Ivy League education isn't worth as much as my collection of cribbage boards.

The significance of me having 14 songs on my playlist is because that is the number that Pete Rose wore when he played baseball.  Pete bet on baseball but never against the Reds. Was that right? Probably not.  Does he deserve to be in the Hall of Fame? Not according to the rules. This probably deserves and entire blog but Pete was his own worst enemy and is paying the price for that.  I will say this, find me someone in today's game who plays even half as hard as Rose played and I'll kiss your ass in front of the post office and give you a half hour to draw a crowd.

Pam in OKC was close when she said that she knew it had to do with sports.  She thought it was MY number.  God bless ya kid. You were on the right track.  For that, you are the winner and get to pick a playlist that I will post.  Give me 14-18 songs (in case I can't find some of them) and I'll dedicate my next Tuesday Tunes to you. Pam's on my "blogs I follow" list.  If you aren't reading her (or the rest of them) do yourself a favor and give her a read.

I dream in color.  Big, beautiful color.  When Bigfoot and me are fighting crime and being superheros, the villains blood spills red. When I'm having a dream where Bigfoot is chasing me, its still in color but not as much fun.

More after the jump.

An OK Go video

Saw this video on What Would Tyler Durden Do (which is a hysterical sight BTW) and really liked it so thought I'd share with you all on a glorious Thursday.

OK Go - This Too Shall Pass from OK Go on Vimeo.

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Coakley at the Bat

BY C.G. (with apologies to Ernest Lawrence Thayer )

The outlook was brilliant for Obamacare that day:
The votes stood 59 to 40, the vote in a couple of days.
But one back door deal was made, and then again another
And the people were mumbling louder, even Obama's mother

Behind closed doors there were deals, as sweet as apple pie.
No taxes on union plans, transparency was a big fat lie
The dems were sure they could ram Obamacare right through
Not a thing could really slow them. At least not that they knew.

But the 60th vote was hanging in a very special election,
Martha Coaxley was the dems' great hope, Brown the other selection
Campaigns began in gloom of a dark Cape Cod November
No dem thought it would ever be a campaign to remember

Coaxley sat on her hands as the seat was all but hers
A double-digit polling lead, it certainly wouldn't get worse.
Kennedy had kept the seat and democrat it would stay
Coaxley would easily be elected and vote the Kennedy way.

Teddy had just died, too bad, he was no longer around
He didn't have to answer "how did Mary Jo really drown?"
No the future it was waiting, ever glowing bright
Drunken Teddy's seat would never fall to someone on the right.

Coaxley had practiced her victory speech, once and then again,
"I want it to seem natural" said she "when I finally get the win."
Her opponent took a different route and drove across the state.
"Meet the people, shake their hands" he said "tell them that they're great."

"Obamacare" he said to them "will make us all more taxed"
He campaigned both day and night. Coaxley just relaxed.
"The seat is mine" she smugly thought "Martha Coaxley U.S. Senator"
"I'll get to party with the president and enjoy the D.C. splendor

But something happened in the Commonwealth, and we began to dance.
Scott Brown, who no one had ever heard of, actually had a chance.
The people were upset, by the dems plans of  health care reform.
"It will only cost more money," they said "and pays to kill the unborn."

Coaxley did not panic, this election was a forgone conclusion.
That Scott Brown could win, not her, was just a Republican illusion.
Scott Brown could not win, he would need lots of luck
He has no real experience or backing and drives a pickup truck.

Closer and closer the numbers 'came with Scott Brown in the polls
"What are the people thinking" mused Coaxley "or are they really trolls?"
"I will be in Washington" she thought "of this I have no doubt."
She fell behind in the polls "Mr. President please help" she began to shout.

Old Barry came a runnin "vote for Martha" he said "is like a vote for me"
They even got Teddy's nephew, Pat, another drunken Kennedy
"Vote for Marsha" he slurred "and get me another drink"
The people were being ignored and it really made them think.

They showed up on election day, so eagerly to choose.
Without Coaxley in the Senate, Obamacare would lose.
Through wind and rain and snow, they voted in the slush.
The results poured in and the people waited, with a rather quiet hush.

Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright
The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light,
And somewhere men are laughing, and little children shout:
But there is no joy in the White House, Obamacare is out!

C Gibbs 1/20/10

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

If it aint close.....

they can't cheat!!  Liberal democrats are notorious cheaters.  The 2000 presidential election was where they really learned to hone their skills.  They tried to  do it again in 2004 but Ohio couldn't be fixed.  It wasn't close enough to challenge and John "shoot 'em in the Sanpan" Kerry conceded the election. In Minnesota enough political retards voted for Al Franken that he could challenge the election, find liberal judges who ignored the rule of law, have favorable recounts and finally exhaust his opponent's will to fight to be declared the winner.  Al Franken is a U.S. Senator. It fucking amazes me every time I think about it.  I don't know whether to get excited and say "only in America" or throw up in my mouth and say "only in America."

This leads us to Massachusetts.  As of this posting, there is still no word on early returns but here are my predictions.  If this election is to close to call, the liberal machine will do EVERYTHING in their power to cheat and steal this away.  Meanwhile, as there will be no apparent winner, the man who would be God will try to have the Senate and House pass this monstrosity of a health welfare bill.  If by God's great mercy, Scott Brown can win by a large enough margin that democrat's efforts cannot overcome him, then the future of the nation will hopefully be saved.  No health care "reform", no cap and tax, no more shit that would ruin my future, much less that of everyone under the age of 30.

Here's a question: if government takeover of the health industry was done under the guise of "we have 47 million uninsured" how come the bill in its present state still leaves over 35 million uninsured?  Call me Ishmael but 1.2 TRILLION dollars is a lot of money to spend on 12 millioin people for health care.  Just sayin.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Fourteen questions with MRM. Its what you've bee waiting for.

1) If I become a liberal, can I make disparaging comments about people of color?

2) How will health care be paid for?

3) Why does Hollywood suck?

4) How did Barry Obama graduate college?

5) Why are unions not going to be taxed under the new health care bill?  Why aren't more people upset about this?

6) A thermos keeps "hot things hot and cold things cold".  How does it know?

7) Does anyone watch Keith Olberman?  I don't mean anyone reading this, I mean anyone.  I don't know a single person who watches it.  Would it be cheaper for MSBNC to just fly 20,000 people to New York and have him give a meaningless speech every night?  (OK I stole that from Laura Ingraham.  Original thought isn't my strong suit.)

8) Where are the "shovel ready" jobs?

9) Where is Tiger Woods?

10) Does anyone have a good duck recipe?

11) Why does Barry hate American ingenuity and successful people?

12) Where are the titles to my four-wheelers?

13) Should Minnesota be kicked out of the Union for electing Al Franken?

14) Whats for dinner BG?

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Where's the outrage?

I'm sure by now we are all aware of the comments by Harry Reid and Bill Clinton.  My question is this:  where is the outrage from the Black community?  When will someone stand up to Jesse and Reverend Al and say "enough!"?  The Majority Leader's comments are beyond questioning and the former president did everything but refer to Barry as "boy" and no one in the black caucus cares.  No one at the NAACP is condemning either of these men.  Am I to understand that if you vote a certain way that you can refer to black's in this condescending manner?  You can talk down to them? 

One thing is for sure, if you didn't believe that the mainstream media has a liberal bias, it has been proven without a doubt in this case.  Jesus H Christ, the media is still talking about Rush's comments about Donovan McNabb and that happened 8 years ago! Harry and Bill are getting a free pass.  My head is going to explode.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Just some things I had lying (or is it laying?) around.

This is just a funny picture about erections.  You know erections.

Some guy dressing as Ted Williams for halloween.

Former um Head Coach Bobby Hauck's girlfriend wearing the shirt he bought her for Christmas.

Just another "isoloated incident".

My great-great-great-great-great how ever times Grandmother's grave in Windsor, CN.  Buried in 1669.

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Finally, a post.

Hello to everyone.  

So this guy named Artie Lange tried to commit suicidea couple of days ago.  Artie is supposed to be funny but all he really does is say "fuck" a lot.  My brother Pat is pretty funny then I guess. I think he works for Howard Stearn Stern (whatever) who himself is about as funny as the clap. Anyway, Artie tried to kill himself.  Here's the link to Deadspin. The comment section, unlike Stern and Lange, is very funny.  Enjoy.