Weekly random

30 Jun

With the revival of Hookers and Booze, I wasn’t sure if I was still needed here, but I figured what the heck.
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Weekly random

20 Jun

Good morning. Let’s see what’s in the funneh folder for today.
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Behold the (Republican) Field….

16 Jun

…. and see how it is not barren.

I’m not young by any stretch, but I can’t remember when there were so many candidates vying for their party’s nomination. I like it. I’m jazzed to see a lot of diversity, both physical and mental. They certainly are not punched from the same cookie cutter. We have governors, senators, business peeps, a doctor, and even a former IRS commissioner. There are isolationists and trade advocates, reformers and Constitutionalists, and even the godly and the….less godly. I have my own pet names for some of them, and as usual my pet names are on the nice side because politics are just so ugly that I need some pretty and nice to deal with the crap.

The Legacy- Jeb (!) Bush. Not my fave. That whole Common Core-slash-immigration stance grates like sandpaper on my behind.

The Hair- Donald Trump. He runs as conservative because he can’t breathe over in the Democrat party due to Hillary Clinton taking all the oxygen. Not sure how Bernie Sanders is alive. Possibly formaldehyde, like Keith Richards.

The Perennial- Jack Fellure. He runs EVERY CYCLE. Has for years.

The Equalizer- Ted Cruz. He kicks ass.

The Shootist- Rick Perry. Also kicks ass and will kill anything that threatens him or his dog, and has proved it.

The Sass- Carly Fiorina. Oh em gee she runs circles around the media and does it with a smile on her face.

The Saint- Rick Santorum. He’s got a heart of gold and a brain of lead, but God love him and so do a lot of peeps.

The Brimstone- Mike Huckabee. Sigh….. he’s like the Jim Bakker of the party.

The Charmer- Marco Rubio. He’s charming and has some issues, but his character isn’t one of them.

The Mad Hatter- Rand Paul. Some sound stuff, irrevocably tossed to the side by tin foil and hubris.

The Wannabe- George Pataki. You can run on 2001 for only so long, dude.

There are others still considering a run, most notably Bobby Jindal and Scott Walker among them. So the field with probably be very fruitful by the end of the summer. I only hope it isn’t all nuts :D

Weekly random

9 Jun

Yeah, it’s only Tuesday, but I have *time* tonight to play on the computer and poat. Make funneh while the sun shines, and all that.
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Click Bait for Everyone!!

8 Jun

I’m doing the job no one wants to do.

Sex orgy for the disabled. And yes, their assistants are welcome to join. That’s all I gotta say about that.

Drones deter cheating on exams in China. Takes “Big Brother” to a new and improved level.

Peeps ticked off at woman who shares name with a giant metal chicken. Seems her fans are disappointed at her pushing her habits on everyone.

Can. Not. Look. Away. Better than Tyson vs. Holyfield.

I better quit there. I can’t possibly improve the day after that.

Hope y’all have a better Monday :D

Weekly random – TGIF

5 Jun

Let’s see what’s in the funneh folder for today.
This is the kind of dayweek I had.
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And this.
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When in Texas

3 Jun

Be prepared to deal with the consequences of your stupidity.

Hardly anyone has heard of the arrest of a Qatari couple in San Antonio. Let’s face it: not like the LSM is interested in reporting anything that could possibly make that religion of pieces look bad. Still, this isn’t about the religion itself, but about the culture which is still flourishing in the 14th century.

Federal prosecutors say Hassan AlHomoud, who is an officer in the Qatari Army, and his wife, Zainab AlHosani, who is a citizen of the United Arab Emirates, were arrested at their home and face up to 20 years in prison on charges of engaging in forced labor.

That’s right, my friends. They have been charged with keeping SLAVES. And the icing on the cake? The husband is an officer in the Qatari army, undergoing training at Camp Bullis. Not exactly a poor, illiterate couple from the Middle East who didn’t know any better than to bring slaves into the U.S. Meanwhile, not a peep about this from CAIR, or from any other group. If it had been a white couple holding slaves from Bangladesh and Philippines, the outcry and condemnation would be deafening. But since they hail from a *cough* Islamic country, you get crickets.

Frankly you would think that with the slavery charges, the NAACP would chime in. Their inaction is even more unsettling. They are the mouthpiece for every single “African-American” who is demanding reparations for slavery, and to ignore a present day case of it is not just egregious but also helps to underscore that their mission isn’t about righting a wrong or eradicating the practice, but rather about getting a quick buck from people who had the misfortune of being born in this country without the approved melanin content.

CAIR has a history of ignoring the bad stuff so I’m not surprised to see they haven’t addressed this issue. The Dallas chapter is probably still moaning about Pam Geller’s contest. But I am sure that soon enough, they will be clamoring for the state to release this couple on the basis of racism because they were just giving those poor slaves a chance at a new life. After all, a new apartment with a brand new pallet to sleep on is a vast improvement from what I can only imagine they “enjoyed” in Qatar.

Weekly random – Roamy

26 May

I’m baaaaack. Let’s see what’s in the funneh folder for today.
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Boehner in a Nutshell

21 May

Sitting here, drinking coffee while recovering from a long trip, Hubby brought up a very good point concerning our esteemed Speaker of the House, Rep. John Boehner. U.S. Court of Appeals in Manhattan ruled the NSA gathering of bulk data was illegal, admonishing a lower court for throwing out the case and stating the practice is legal.

“We hold that the text of § 215 cannot bear the weight the government asks us to assign to it, and that it does not authorize the telephone metadata program.”

Section 215 is crux of the law. Senator Rand Paul is filibustering it as I type. So what does Speaker Boehner do?

He punts to Senate Majority Leader McConnell, not to dismantle the law, not to restructure the law, but to figure out whether the private companies or the government should hold the metadata!!!! Because no private company would ever cave in to a government demand, right?

The most telling part? He would not answer whether he supports an extension. And you know what that means. If he didn’t support it, he would have said so while wrapped in Old Glory. Our liberties are stripped from us like onion skin on a daily basis, and all he cares about is who holds the power.

It’s time to kick this SOB out to the curb.

Weekly random – Roamy

13 May

Wine’s in the fridge, let’s chill out and see what’s in the funneh folder for today.
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