March 29, 2007

Apology For Slavery!

So now we have this jackass by the name of Cleve Molette standing on the street corner by the capital with chains on his ankles and a noose around his neck and he wants the state of Georgia to apologies for slavery. Considering the fact that there is not one living person in this state or anywhere else in the country that had anything to do with slavery, asking for an apology is ludicrous. Who the hell would the apology come from? These people need to get over it and quite hanging on to something they can do nothing about. After all it did happen over 200 years ago. A lot of bad things happened to many people in the history of this country. To try and hold people responsible today for things that happened long ago is ridiculous. I for one will not apologize for something I had nothing to do with, period.

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March 28, 2007


Some teachers at a private school in Seattle have banned the use of Legos in class by children. The reason? It turns out the children had developed a Lego town and were learning about capitalism. The teachers couldn't have this, so they banned the Legos...because they wanted the students to learn that owning private property was evil. They also said that Lego town had become a class-based, capitalist society and they (the teachers) believed that was unjust and oppressive. This is what your precious cargo is learning when you drop them off in the morning.

Now, this is what you would expect from your friendly neighborhood government school, not a private one. But this does show you that every facet of education is being infected with socialist liberals. So here is just an example of the nonsense that the kids who attend the Hilltop Children's Center in Seattle are being programmed with:

The teachers decided that the children's assumptions about owning private property "mirrored those of a class-based, capitalist society, a society that we teachers believe to be unjust and oppressive." That's right, they actually said this.

After these kids displayed such horrifying tendencies with their Lego town, the teachers decreed that "All structures are public structures" and "all structures will be standard sizes." Sound familiar? Somewhere Karl Marx is smiling.

The teachers said that in banning the Legos, "our intention was to promote a contrasting set of values: collectivity, collaboration, resource-sharing, and full democratic participation." If that doesn't send shivers down your spine, I don't know what would.

So there you have it...Socialism 101 being taught to young children who don't know better. But they do deserve points for their sudden burst of entrepreneurship with their Lego town. It's too bad it was accidentally demolished. Perhaps the teachers took it over through eminent domain and are building a communist re-education center

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March 24, 2007

Getting Bigger!

Our dog Marchello is about three and a half months old now and getting bigger by the day. The puppy in him gets him into trouble from time to time but he is a good dog and companion.

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March 23, 2007

Its Friday!

It's Friday again folks and once again the wife and I are wondering what to do for entertainment tonight. Like always we have no idea. Always the some ole choices Movie, Eat Out, bar. Thats about it.

Movie-I will not pay 10.00 to see a movie. I will just wait until it comes out on DVD.

Eat Out-30.00, 40.00 dollars at a steak house. The problem is that the next morning I will be shitting that 40.00 out of my ass and into the sewer.

Bar-Sit around and stare at each other while knocking back one beer after the other. Paying large tab then hopeing we don't get pulled over for DUI on the way home.

Nope, I think we will stay home and watch TV while knocking back a few brews and then eat a meal made from the groceries we bought the other day.

TV- Free

Beer-10 bucks for a twelve pack.

Food- 3 to 5 dollars per person

Total=20 dollars or less and no chance of getting arrested.

Sounds good to me.

Any friends that decide to come over its BYOB. :-)

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March 22, 2007

Georgia Tech Birdhouse!

Ok, here is the GT birdhouse I built a couple of weeks ago. The birds will love this one.

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Cool Birdhouse!

This is my first attempt at an old cabin style birdhouse. I used old wood found around an old house near my house. Pretty cool huh?



If you are a bird, lodgeing is free. :-)

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March 21, 2007

Good Money After Bad!

Yesterday several counties here in Atlanta voted for a 1 cent sales tax increase for Government schools. The mindless mindset of the voters is that the more money you pour into government schools the better your children will be for it. Government schools are just that, schools that are run by the government which in turn hires teachers which are regulated by a teachers union. Government schools are nothing more than indoctrination centers in which your children will learn to become socialized in believing that big government is good and government will take care of you. Karl Marx said in the Communist Manifesto that all children should have free education which would be controlled by government. This of course would effectively destroy individualism. God forbid anyone have more than another. Why be all you can be? After all government will take care of you and give you everything you need. Socialism folks, thats all this is. Generation after generation will be indoctrinated in these government run schools until one day government will have complete control over your lives. So, no matter how much money you pour into the school system your child will come out a tool of the government and industry too.

Race plays an important part in the outcome of these elections weather you want to admit it or not. DeKalb County Georgia is majority Negro and Latino and are hard core government followers. Its no surprise the outcome of the voting here. Its never going to end folks and you know why? because none of you will do nothing to stop it. You will continue to be led around like good little doggies and the government is holding all the leashes. You voted for it, now you have to deal with it.


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March 20, 2007

The Nerve!

The wife and I had to go out last night to buy a new vacuum cleaner. After getting the vacuum cleaner we headed over to Kroger to get some groceries. Everything was going great until we arrived at the checkout area. There were only two registers open and we had to choose the one that was being held up by two well fed Hispanic woman who were trying to buy items that food stamps would not allow them to buy. The bagger made three trips to the back of the store while they continued to hold up the line with their bullshit while spending my tax money. Finally the head casher told the clerk (who was picking his pimples while waiting) to shut the transaction down in order to help other tax paying customers. The nerve of these fat lazy bitches made my skin crawl. Take, take, take is all its about with these assholes. Before it was all over they knew of my displeasure.

And they wonder why no one respects them.

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March 19, 2007


The first day of spring is tomorrow so I thought I would get started today by changing the oil in my lawn mower and cutting the back yard. Tomorrow I will do the front yard. The weather is so nice right now it just makes you want to start spring cleaning and thinking about camping in the North Gerogia Mountains.

The weekend was kind of a wash except for Satuday night. Jerry and I partied here at the house and played darts. Flor came home from catering with tons of leftover food and boy was it good. A little to good I guess, after eating I began to feel nauseated and it was the kind of nausea that you know will not go away unless you make yourself get rid of the contents of your stomach. So, after walking around for half an hour it was a forgone conclusion the feeling wasn't going away. The olé' finger down the throat should do the trick and within one second I was talking to Ralph on the great white porcelain telephone. It was nasty and chunky too. Thats about it.

Have a nice week.

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March 17, 2007

A Little Hungover!

Yep, I am just a little hungover this morning. We partied hardy at the Peacocks last night and played darts. Fun as usual. I don't quite remember leaving but I do remember stopping to get cheeseburgers at Micky D's. Thats about it. Now I will prepare breakfest. Yum, Yum. :-)

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March 12, 2007


In all my years of living I have never had a flu shot because I just did not feel the need for it. Sure, I become ill now and then but don't we all. The past several days I have been down with some form of flu which included fever, body achs, cough, stuffy head and no appetite. It seems the older I get the longer it takes to get over it. Its hell, and I wonder if mabie I should start taking flu shots every year? Mabie so, but I can tell you one thing, when you are that sick you will almost do anything to make it stop. Thank goodness for Nyquil,Tylenol and nasal spray. Most of all, thank goodness for my wife who nursed me through the whole ordeal.

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March 08, 2007

The Fruitcake Lady!

The ever so popular Fruitcake Lady who was a feature on the Jay Leno show recently passed away at 95 years old. She was Truman Capote's aunt and helped raise him. She would tell you what she thought and was a joy to watch. Check out the video clip below.

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March 06, 2007

More Government Bullshit!

Now we have the City Of forest Park Georgia (cess pool of the south) handing out $168.00 tickets for warming up your car in the morning unattended. If this isn't the biggest bunch of bullshit that I have heard of lately. Their lame excuse is that it will help prevent auto theft or the car accidentally rolling forward or back-wards. Supposedly the law has been around for 33 years and they just now decided to start enforcing it. In reality it is just another little piece of your freedom being taken away while they legally extort your money.

How Patheitic........

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March 05, 2007

Crazy Weekend!

It's Monday once again and its going to be a gorgeous day at that. Today I am going to build a bird house and hang out with marchello our dog. The weekend was fairly uneventful except for Saturday night when Jerry drank and partied just a little to much. We had stopped drinking and decided to eat so I cooked up some hamburgers on the George Foreman Grill. Jerry gobbled his down in a flash. I then noticed him sitting on the sofa looking kinda pale and staring into space as if lost in is own mind.

I didn't think much of it at the time because it was typical for Jerry to crash right after eating but this time he erupts off the sofa with his hand over his mouth and makes a mad dash for the kitchen sink (he would have never made it to the bathroom) and in a matter of seconds the entire hamburger he had just eaten and part of his lunch were deposited into the sink. After finishing and cleaning himself up he headed straight for the sofa and crashed. I of course was left to clean up the mess. It was so gross but it had to be done. The next morning he barely remembered talking to Ralph at the kitchen sink until I mentioned it. We both had slight headaches that next morning but nothing a little coffee and egg sandwiches couldn't cure. Sunday the wife and I went to Billy Bob's for a picture of Bud and came back for a prime rib dinner.

Thats about it. Anybody for camping this weekend?

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