Tuesday, August 31, 2010

The Montana Land Grab of 2010

This is a developing story.  Our esteemed leader and his environmental terrorists wackos are planning to turn approximately 130 million acres of land into "national monuments".  These monuments will be all over the nation and every excuse the environmental wackos can think of will be used in the attempt to designate them as such.  Over 2.5 million acres in Phillips County (my home county for you non-Montanan's) alone.  This land grab will displace ranches and farms.  It will cost people their livelihoods and millions of dollars in tax revenues.  For you liberals who may be reading, that means that many of your precious government county jobs, like teaching are at risk.  Roads won't be able to be maintained. Bridges won't be built.  You get the picture.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Who's intolerant now?

Isn't it odd that the same liberal leaders who are defending the mosque as freedom of religion didn't want Glenn Beck to hold a rally in DC? Aren't the freedom of speech and freedom of religion in the same amendment? Aaaah, hypocrisy. Without it liberalism has no foundation

Thursday, August 26, 2010

LIfe is just life.

Like Gus says.  Enjoy the little things.

What about private property again?

Last week in the course of discussing the bomb making factory mosque in NYC a couple of people commented on how the land was private property.  The implication was that because it was owned by an individual, they could do whatever they wanted.  This is true in theory.  However, all building and construction must go through a planning stage and be approved. Being involved in the construction industry for the last 18 years, I know full well that even if you dot every "i" and cross every "t" city councils can still say "no".  One example here was when a locally owned grocery store wanted to build a new facility in the southern part of town.  A nice vacant lot on the corner of Third and Kagy.   It met zoning requirements and was a beautifully designed building.  That part of town had nothing in the way of a grocery store and it has lots of people.Though the building met every requirement and the owner was more than willing to work with the city to do whatever else they may require he was denied a permit.  "Not a good fit"  "Too much traffic"  "I didn't like the 'footprint".  Blah, blah, blah.

Instead they built several little shops with shitty overpriced food and no parking.  Brilliant.

The point with the suicide training center mosque is that while they have every right to build it, the city of New York didn't have to say yes.  You can be angry all you want at Faisal and Daisy KHAAAAAAAAAAAAAN but the real guilty party are the spineless liberals who won't stand up to islam for fear of looking intolerant.  The permit could have been denied.  It's as easy as that.

With the issue of private property being so "near and dear" liberal hearts I wonder how they feel about the land grab being devised by the Bureau of Land Management at this very moment.  130 million acres of set asides.  That's 25% larger than the state of California.  This article at American Thinker is just a taste of things to come. 

Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Give him a read

The other day when I was ranting discussing the hamosque in NYC a new commenter appeared. Rhacolyptus or something like that. We'll just call him the Rhackster.  A young idealist. A scientist.  He's a liberal but I visited his site and it's pretty well done.  A different point of view keeps all of our eyes open and makes us all research what we believe in. It's makes us better debaters as we have to keep up on both sides.  Visit him here.  Hey, the kid likes the Beatles so he has that going for him. 

Top Chef - Who won the baseball game?

I don't really feel like blogging.  Especially about Top Chef.  They should play this season in front of spies to get them to talk.  "I TELL YOU EVERYTHING, JUST PLEASE TURN IT OFF!"

I'm not going to break down tonight's episode very much.  The chef's cooked at the ballpark of the Washington Nationals.  I'm a big baseball fan. It's evident by the books in my house, the things hanging on my walls and the logo of the Cincinnatti Reds tattooed on my ankle.  Ralph, Jimmy and I all have our teams tattooed in the same spot. Left ankle.  Jimmy and I had decided to do it together and then he went and did it without me.  Traitor!  Then on Ralph's 38th birthday the three of us were in Billings. Ralph's wife was out of town. He says "I need to do something while Anjie is gone" Before I could stop myself ( which is a huge affliction I suffer from) I said " Let's get tattoos".  Ralph " GREAT IDEA!".  The next morning we got inked. Jimmy has four or five now.  It's a cool thing.  He's an elementary school teacher.  He also has enough tattoos to officially work in a carnival.  That's how they get hired.  You walk into the carney union hall and if you have enough ink done, you're hired on the spot.  He does have all of his teeth though but they look past that when they see the cutthroat trout on his right shoulder.  Or the logo fromt he University of Wyoming where he received his masters. Or the tribute to his late parents. Or the logo of Eastern Montana College where both he and his daughter graduated.  But I digress.

Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Movie Clip Wednesday - Favorite Actor from the 1990's

Well, here we are again for another Movie Clip Wendnesday. The great founder of this meme The Glorious Boxer has yet again left me in charge.  WHAT WAS SHE THINKING?  (right Buzz, just sayin).  Anyway as my mind was at a fray last week for coming up with a theme I wimped out and went with "best/favorite actor from the 1990's. My choice is Kevin  Spacey. Here's a list of the movies I watched in which he was a featured star American Beauty (Best Actor) The Negotiator, The Usual Suspects (Best Supporting Actor) L.A. Confidential, Swimming with Sharks, A Time to Kill. They were all awesome flicks and great credentials. Two Oscars. Pretty tough to argue. Though he had better performances in a couple of movies, I went off the mainstream and chose him for his voiceover in It's a Bug's Life.  I recognized his voice immediately and he brought the sinister, evil charm to Chopper, the head of the grasshoppers.

Here's Spacey laying it out on the line for the rest of the hopper crew.  Obama has based his presidency on this speech.  Next week's theme is "Best SNL spinoff movie".  Thanks to Pam in OKC for this great theme. Happy MCW.

The outtakes.

I'm still intolerant, maybe.

Here's a quote by the dude trying to build the terrorist training center mosque near Ground Zero in NYC.

"We tend to forget, in the West, that the United States has more Muslim blood on its hands than al Qaida has on its hands of innocent non Muslims....Islam does not need a reformation."

- Ground Zero Imam Faisal Abdul Rauf in 2005

No, Islam does not need reformation.  Not at all. Terror attacks have only killed over 1,000 people in July and over 300 since the beginning for Ramadan.  There have only been 15,900 terror attacks in 60 different countries since 9/11.  So Faisal is right.  There is absolutely no reformation needed.

More people are killed by Islamists each year than in all 350 years of the Spanish Inquisition combined.  From The Religion of Peace

Man I really need to figure out how I'm going to apologize to the nation of islam for all the disparaging things I've said.

Thanks to Laura Ingraham for the quote by Faisal.

Sturgis. It's not for the weak.

From Funny or Die.  It's worth watching.  I think.  Hell, it beats anything on television.

I'm sleeping better now.

After reading about the new unmanned bomber in Iran.  I'm sleeping better now.  Knowing that the midget who is currently running Iran now has an unmanned bomber he can finally rid the world of the scourge that is Israel.  You see, those filthy Jews are the reason there is so much unrest in the Middle East.  Once we are rid of them, all the world's problems will be over.  Honestly, why do liberals even tolerate Jews?  Oh, that's right. Jews vote for them.  Well, they might just lose more of the Jewish vote than Joe Lieberman if they aren't careful. 

I'm surprised that Amblahgjnadad (or whatever the little pricks name is) hasn't been to the Whitehouse as an honored guest.  He and Barry have so much in common.  They hate Jews, America and capitalism.  Just to start.

Monday, August 23, 2010

Maybe I was too hasty

Maybe I was a little too hasty about my condemnation of Islam last week.  Here's a story we can all learn a lesson from.  I also copied it after the page break.  Remember, its not going to just be a mosque but a cultural center as well.  Liberals beware.  Didn't someone say something about an electric chair last week?  Sweet!!

Friday, August 20, 2010

Little road trip, little golf, little beer

Heading to Salmon Lake (pictured below) to see my cousin Mike.  Down from Alaska for his annual visit. Didn't see him last year so I'm heading up in about 2 hours.  I leisurely 260 mile drive. 

My cousin's husband's brother has a cabin there.  It will be no problem whatsover.

How lazy is he?

From Yahoo! news "Finally, President Barack Obama can relax on vacation." Are you kidding me?  Vacation?  His first 18 months of office have been a vacation.  He doesn't do anything.  He has nothing to offer on the economy except blame. He ignored the oil spill until it was a catastrophe.  He plays more golf than I do and doesn't do anything else.

His presidency is a fantasy camp.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Is XM radio the greatest invention of the last 100 years?

The answer to that question is "no" it isn't but it's pretty flippin sweet.  On my long commute to work this morning (all twenty minutes of no traffic) after swicthcing to the '80's I heard ABC  Be Near Me, then Madonna with her classic tribute to the '80's  Material Girl.  God she was hot back then.  Robert Wuhl is great in the beginning of this video.  Keith Carradine? Really? Then soap opera Dr. and pop superstart Rick Springfield followed with Human Touch.

However, my morning ride started on the '70's channel with this classic by Thelma Houston. Love the bass and absolute great pipes.  Aaaah the 70's.  When vocals mattered.  One more day til Friday.  Its the last day of league golf.  I can see me having to leave at around three to play an  emergency nine holes.  Maybe Barry will be there.

Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Top Chef - It's barely worth the time

After my mosque post, I'm a little skittish. Afterall, if they're asked to make a traditional Islamic dish I'm fucked. Proper fucked. Hopefully they'll be asked to make loaves and fishes.

Alex is a douchebag.

The quickfire is a mystery box blah blah blah. I'm predicting Angelo.  He is the most creative chef left. The others are playing checkers while he is playing chess. Watch out for Tiffany though. More on why later.

Some hippie is the guest judge. But he's well respected by the contestants so he mus be somebody. Nice burns.

I'm sorry for being so intolerant.

For a full apology, click here.  My I be forgiven for this huge character flaw against the peaceful and understanding religion of Islam. 

The mosque isn't about freedom of religion.

(The following contains adult language and some language that is not politically correct.  Do I have to swear? In the immortal words of Marty McFly "Yes, definately George, swear".

Much is being made of the proposed mosque and Islamic "cultural" center being proposed near Ground Zero.  This is not a mountain being made out of a molehill as most liberals and the MSM would like us to believe.  This is about a monument being built in the shadow of a terrorist attack.  To think otherwise is to be to fucking stupid to live.  Let's remember that the non-Islamic supporters of the mosque are the same people who think that sexual predators can be rehabilitated.  They also believe that global warming is man made.  There is more proof that bigfoot exists but that's an argument for another day.

Liberals are quick to point out that to oppose the mosque is a slap in the face of the freedom of religion.  Like most liberal arguments this is easily defeated.  No one is advocating at all that moslems can't practice their cult religion, they just don't want a mosque built anywhere near Ground Zero.  My understanding is that there are plenty of mosques in NYC and the surrounding area.  There is also plenty of land in New York, New Jersey, etc to build so why this particular spot.  I can't imagine it was cheap land.

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Brett Favre, media whore!

So Brettttt Favraaa has been out of the NFL spotlight for almost two weeks.  He made his announcement today.  In only the subtle way that this narcissist can do.  After ten days of being out of the spotlight, the most biggest egomaniac in all of professionel sports is back. That's right sports fans, Bret Favre is here to prove once again who the title of biggest media whore really belongs to. 

When he told us two weeks ago he wasn't going to play for the Vikings and no one cared outside of the greater Minneapolis area (and ESPN) , he retreated back to his complex in Mississippi.  Then he regrouped and said " ah shucks, I'll give them a couple more weeks.  They all know no one has more fun than me."  Well here's a note for you, you egotiscallal fuck.  Eat shit and die!  No one cares anymore.  Oh, there are a few Favre lovers who still like to watch you play but the rest of us don't care.

You are a self absorbed puke who care's about no one. You are a great QB but you are a shitstain of a person.  I hope you throw 20 int's this year, which you will ( last year was a fluke). The only reason you play is for the records.  Here's to Peyton breaking all of them. 

You've never been an "everyman" like the vast majority of your fans would like to think.  You never fooled me.  This game has always been about you.  The fact that the media didn't care about your last move is proof to this.  So go out and  have a great season.  Take pictures of your "unit" and send it to girls who follow the Vikes.  You're a class act Brent.

Movie Clip Wednesday "The remote stops here" Ferris Bueller

Movies you'll stop to watch while channel surfing no matter how long its been playing.  My choice - Ferris Bueller.

Hi! Welcome to Movie Clip Wednesday. I'm your temporary host Milk River Madman. Here's how it works.  Yours truly picks a theme every week, usually with little or no notice and usually not a very good theme, you then find a clip, preferably three minutes or less, post it on your blog and then come here and let us all know in the comments section that you are locked and loaded.  We will come over and check it out and do it again next week. 

While there is more than one movie that I could have chosen for this week's theme, Ferris Bueller  is the one at the top of the list. So much in fact that when I have the menu on the screen when I'm hanging ten channel surfing and see it playing, I'll skip right to it and not even care if there is a commercial on.  That's dedication boys and girls.  That could also mean that I don't have a life but we can debate that later.

Here's a bit of a montage of famous lines from FBDO.  Enjoy.

I'm starting to really hate youtube and can never find the exact clip I want.  I might start picking my themes backwards,  Anyway, next week's theme is best movie about Montana!  OK, just kidding.  That would be way to hard.  Afterall, is there a bad one?    I'm going to mix it up here.  How about favorite actor from the 1990's?  Does that sound good?  Lets see a show of hands.  It's unanimous.  It's good to be the king!!

Friday, August 13, 2010

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Why Barack Obama is a failure.

I found this great article at British Telegraph. Far from a right wing site(afterall it is British) but it is spot on. I thought this complete dipshit guy had all the answers.  I thought he was smarter than a bucket of hammers.  People actually fainted at his speeches.  Are you kidding me?

Watching his campaign and now his presidency makes me smile.  Not for a moment did he have me fooled.  Not for a moment was I gullible.  Not for a moment did I feel guilty.  Independent voters were fooled.  They voted for him in droves.  They wanted to be a part of history. Independents let their egos choose instead of their heads.  One thing about them, they won't be fooled again.  The question is: will it be too late?

Read the article here.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Movie clip Wednesday "Best opening scene"

Hello and welcome to this week's edition of Movie Clip Wednesday. The wonderful Boxer has continued to let me host and this week's theme is "best opening scene".  While there are many, I had to narrow it down to all the James Bond movies.  I have the Scene It edition of Bond and am undeafeted while playing.  Although there are many I narrowed it down to two. The first is my all time favorite Bond beginning.  It's the first time since the death of his wife in On Her Majesty's Secret Service that we are reminded that Bond was married.  It's also the last time that Ernst Stavro Blofeld who was my favorite bad guy makes an appearance.  One of the reasons I like Roger Moore so much as Bond is because he was always so cool under pressure and this scene is the best example of that.  Enjoy and thanks for participating. Next week's theme is "movie that when I see it while channel surfing I stop and watch no matter what part of the movie is showing". 

The second is from Dr. No. The best theme song EVER.  I just love it when the music starts playing and Bond pulls something out of his ass.  Totally awesome.  I can still remember the first time I saw the movie and thought Bond was the coolest guy who ever lived.  Enjoy. I couldn't find a clip where he says for the first time "Bond. James Bond".  So disappointed.

Just call him Spicoli

After watching Sean Penn's interview about Haiti yesterday I couldn't help but wonder to myself, "Why does his opinion matter about who the leader is going to be?"  Afterall, Penn is just an actor.  He gets paid a lot of money to pretend to be someone he isn't so where does he get off having being able to tell the people of Haiti who they should or should not vote for.  Go back to your mansion, quit pretending to be some kind of do-gooder just so you can see your name on the news.  What, are you Bret Favre's cousin or something.  No on gives a ratsass what you have to say Sean.  You'll always be Spicoli to me.

Thursday, August 5, 2010

I'm Brett Favre and I'm in love with myself.

So, lets get something straight. Brett Favre is a great quarterback. On of the best ever. He's not the best ever nor is he in the top five but top ten for sure. I have never once said that he isn't a great player. However, I have maintained steadfastly for at least the last 10 years that he is not the simple "aw, shucks y'all can come to my house for a beer anytime" kind of guy the way he is portrayed in the media or by every fucking Packer fan when he was wearing green. He is a narcissist on the level of Barack Obama and Bill Clinton.  He's an "its all about me guy" exactly the same as Terrell Owens, Michael Irvin and Deon Sanders.  To think otherwise is to totally ignore his behavior of the last 10 years. I'm holding the Packers hostage while I decide whether or not I'm playing.  I won't take myself out of game with a 40 point lead to let some one get some snaps.  I won't take myself out of a game with and injured hand that made me throw a football like Barack Obama  that helped me get Ray Rhoads fired.  Classless is too kind of a word to describe him.  But I've known that for years.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Making fun of Brett Favre never gets old.

Movie Clip Wednesday - "Best movie with a twist ending"

Hello loyal followers.   Boxer is still letting me host so here's the deal if you haven't been here before.  We pick a theme, you pick a movie that fits the theme then find a clip (3 minutes or less preferred) and post it on you blog for the rest of us to read.

This week's theme is "movies with a twist ending".  I'll start by saying that I hate autopost.  It didn't post my clip last week and so I didn't use it this week.  I'm sure that 99% of it is operator but that will not stop me from bitching.  Anyways, to make matters worse, I had to take a great customer out for drinks and then met a couple of friends and, well, I came home in no mood to post last night and so here I am doing it this morning.

My choice for this theme is The Usual Suspects. While it may not have fooled everyone in the audience it did me.  Not that that is a tall order.  I loved the story, the acting was great and it was an independent movie that did very well.  Kevin Spacey won an academy award for supporting actor.  Here's the ending.

The story of Keyser Soze.

 I was talking to the president of The Procrastinator's Club and asked him how membership was going.  He told me the numbers were low but that he wasn't worried.  He figured a lot of people just hadn't got around to joining yet.

Next week's theme is the opposite of this week's kind of.  How about we do Best Opening Scene.  That's a full week.  It's a little out of character I know so don't get used to it.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

Don't worry Vikings fans, the season hasn't started yet.

Brett Favre is retiring again. Yaaaaaaaawwn.  Last week everyone at the "worldwide leader" was reporting that Favre was definately coming back.  His ankle surgery was successful, he was throwing with the high school kids, his wife renewed her gym membership in Minneapolis.  Everything indicated Brett "Imadouche" Favre would be back.  Now ESPN is reporting that Favre is texting teammates saying he won't be back.

Last year I wrote about Favre and was pretty close to spot on.  The Vikings went deeper in the playoffs than I thought they would but that was as much their defense as anything.  Favre had a better year than I expected as well but in the end, they didn't go to the superbowl.  He still only has one Superbowl.  Kurt Warner has one and has played in three, one more the Favre.

Here's the deal.  Until the opening kickoff of this season, don't believe that Favre won't be back.  He's the biggest prima donna in all of sports right now.  The BIGGEST and has been for 10 years.  No one likes to see his face on TV or read his name in the paper more than Favre.  He'll have his two weeks of press, show up and be all "aw shucksy".  Everyone will at ESPN will treat him like just developed the formula for cold fusion and he'll have a great year and the Vikings will be tough as hell.

Then I'll wait until next August to repost this blog and the other one from 2009.

And if I'm wrong and he doesn't play this season, well, the NFL will survive.  John Madden and Peter King will have to be put on round the clock watch but other than that, we'll all be just fine.

Monday, August 2, 2010

MCW theme for 8/4/10 "Best movie with a twist ending."

This should be self explanatory.  Pick the the movie you like best that fooled you at the end.  The one where you never saw it coming, or maybe a little bit but were still suprised.  There are lots of good ones.  We'll see how many blog jinxes we get.