Saturday, June 21, 2008
A man goes into a restaurant and is seated. All the waitresses are gorgeous. A particularly voluptuous waitress wearing a very short skirt comes to his table and asks, “What would you like, sir?”
He looks at the menu and then scans her beautiful frame top to bottom, then answers, “A quickie.”
The waitress turns and walks away in disgust. After she regains her composure she returns and asks again, “What would you like, sir?” Again the man thoroughly checks her out and again answers, “A quickie... please?”
This time her anger takes over, she reaches over and slaps him across the face with a resounding “SMACK!” and storms away.
A man sitting at the next table leans over and whispers, “Um, Pal, I think number 4 on the menu is pronounced ‘quiche’.”
A man with no arms and no legs was sitting on a beach. A beautiful woman sauntered by, looked his way and felt sorry for him. She leaned over and whispered in his ear, "Have you ever been hugged romantically?"
He replied, "No, I haven't." She leaned over him and gave him a huge hug.
A few minutes later, another beautiful woman walked by, leaned over and whispered in his ear, "Have you ever been passionately kissed?"
He replied, "No, I haven't!" She bent down and gave him a fantastic hug.
A few minutes later a third beautiful woman walked by, leaned over and whispered in his ear, "Have you ever been screwed?" The man thought for a moment and said to himself, "this is the luckiest day of my life!"
He replied, "No, I haven't!" The woman turned around and said...
"If you don't haul your ass off this beach before that tide comes in, you will be royally screwed!"
While we do allow "most" everything here, please don't get too gross.
Ok, your turn... make me laugh?
Friday, June 20, 2008
The Obama campaign debuted a new logo Friday that bears a striking resemblance to the presidential seal. Photo credit: AP, White House.
Interesting story out of New York. The "prank" story alone is interesting, but check the comments. A real eye opener.
Original story: http://www.time.com/time/world/article/0,8599,1815845,00.html
I find myself posting vids or links and then saying, "I don't know what to say," over and over again.
The world is nuts.
The first one comes to us from Barrie, Ontario where Colleen Leduc is having problems with her daughter’s school. Her daughter, Victoria, is autistic and attends a public school. A few weeks ago, she got a call from her school that they believed her daughter had been the victim of sexual abuse, one of a parent’s worst nightmares.
Colleen was naturally upset and then she was told the “evidence”.
“"The teacher looked and me and said: 'We have to tell you something. The educational assistant who works with Victoria went to see a psychic last night, and the psychic asked the educational assistant at that particular time if she works with a little girl by the name of "V." And she said 'yes, I do.' And she said, 'well, you need to know that that child is being sexually abused by a man between the ages of 23 and 26.'"
Victoria, who is non-verbal, had also been exhibiting sexualized behaviour in class, actions which are known to be typical of autistic behavior. (See other typical actions here) That lead authorities to suspect she had a bladder infection that may have somehow been related to the 'attack.'”
Yes, a psychic! And she could only identify a girls whose name begins with V, and she was displaying behavior typical of someone with here condition...well, call that and open and shut case! NOT!
On top of that, Victoria wears a GPS unit with a sound recorder which pretty much put any allegations to rest. But that didin’t stop her from being reported to Children’s Aid who also visited her to investigate the allegations!
The other story comes from Oregon where a family let their teenager die from a pinched urethra, a condition that could have easily been treated with a catheter. The family relied on faith healing instead.
Both of these stories illustrate the harm that non-critical thinking can do, leading to untrue accusations and even to death. We supposedly left the dark ages behind and are no longer governed by irrational superstitions. Given all I encounter in my everyday life from horoscopes to psychics to biorhythms to faith healing, well, I have my doubts.
Thursday, June 19, 2008
Last Updated: 5:23PM BST 19/06/2008
Obsessive internet use is a public health problem which is so serious it should be officially recognised as a clinical disorder, according to a leading psychiatrist.
Sufferers spend unhealthy amounts of time playing online games, viewing pornography or emailing.
They suffer four symptoms: They forget to eat and sleep; they need more advanced technology or more hours online as they develop 'resistance' to the pleasure given by their current system; if they are deprived of their computer, they experience genuine withdrawal symptoms; And in common with other addictions, the victims also begin to have more arguments, to suffer fatigue, to get lower marks in tests and to feel isolated from society.
Early research into the subject found highly educated, socially awkward men were the most likely sufferers but more recent work suggests it is now more of a problem for middle-aged women who are spending hours at home on their computers.
By ROCHELLE RILEY • FREE PRESS BLOGGER • June 19, 2008
We are missing the bigger story.
That two young Muslim women wearing head scarves were steered away from seats behind Sen. Barack Obama at his televised Detroit rally on Monday was sad, but not the bigger story.
That his campaign apologized, as it should have, for the badly mishandled incident by campaign volunteers was not the bigger story.
The bigger story is that hateful extremists who used to exist on the fringe of society are now taking over and too much is being done to appease them instead of ignore them.
The Obama volunteers who didn't want the women to provide fuel for rumors that Obama is a secret Muslim chose to let hate-mongers dictate their actions and hurt the women's feelings. They made a mistake, as far as we know. (Of course, the Web would have you believe that they did it on purpose because they KNEW that these women were actually plants by Sen. John McCain's campaign, an unlikely but possible scenario that seems all the more impossible when you read about their wonderful attitudes.)
Im glad I can say here what I cant say there. This sick fuck is worse than the gang bangers, IMO. They kill each other. This bastard screws up kids for their entire lives. This asshole got off on watching INFANTS be assulted. Castration for this scum is a good idea as well. I really hope someone makes this guy their bitch in prison and then he gets some Dahmer justice in prison. Makes me wonder what he did to his own kids.
Sorry to get so mad, but the worst form of scum on this earth are child abusers and these sick twisted perverts.
A Walnut looks like a little brain, a left and right hemisphere, upper cerebrums and lower cerebellums. Even the wrinkles or folds on the nut are just like the neo-cortex. We now know walnuts help develop more than three (3) dozen neuron-transmitters for brain function.
Avocadoes, Eggplant and Pears target the health and function of the womb and cervix of the female - they look just like these organs. Today's research shows that when a woman eats one avocado a week, it balances hormones, sheds unwanted birth weight, and prevents cervical cancers. And how profound is this? It takes exactly nine (9) months to grow an avocado from blossom to ripened fruit. There are over 14,000 photolytic chemical constituents of nutrition in each one of these foods (mo dern science has only studied and named about 141 of them).
Figs are full of seeds and hang in twos when they grow. Figs increase the mobility of male sperm and increase the numbers of Sperm as well to overcome male sterility.
Oranges, Grapefruit, and other citrus fruits look just like the mammary glands of the female and actually assist the health of the breasts and the movement of lymph in and out of the breasts.
Wednesday, June 18, 2008
District hopes three-year plan will help
Many schools are using hardware that is “becoming antiquated at best,” School Board member Don Nielsen said Monday.
He asked his fellow board members to take a hard look at the technology plan and an accompanying analysis by Unified’s instructional technology department that pointed out the need to address the aging technology.
“I would see this as a stepping-off point, possibly down the road, for resurrecting the technology referendum,” Nielsen said. “It’s quite obvious in talking to the staff that our technology needs are growing.”
Cameron Sands, 19, of Fort Worth kicked in the door of the house and then shot himself in the stomach as he pulled a gun out of his pants to shoot the homeowner, Grand Prairie police said. The homeowner was not injured.
After Mr. Sands shot himself, he dropped the gun and ran out of the home. Police found his body around 5:30 a.m. in the driveway of the home in the 2800 block Garden Grove Road, said Lt. John Brimmer, a Grand Prairie police spokesman.
June 2004: Bush 42, Kerry 48
June 2008: McCain 42, Obama 48
I don't know what to say . . .
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"June 16 , 2008: Sometimes you just can't believe your eyes. This week is one of those times.
"On Wednesday night, June 18th, step outside at sunset and look around. You'll see a giant form rising in the east. At first glance it looks like the full Moon. It has craters and seas and the face of a man, but this 'moon' is strangely inflated. It's huge!
"You've just experienced the Moon Illusion."The story: http://science.nasa.gov/headlines/y2008/16jun_moonillusion.htm
Did I beat hale-bopp in posting this? Woo-hoo!
Download it here:
Seems to me to be even faster than 2. What I really like, though, is the clarity of the typeface. I have a visual impairment that always made Internet Explorer 7 appear more readable to me - now they're equal.
I don't like change, though, and they had to change the appearance of the buttons on the toolbar, didn't they?
All in all, a much better product that IE7, faster, much safer, more intuitive and easy to use, and it's free!
Do you think suicides should become a story in the newspaper?
Railroad museum in close to Portage Wi pictures of the flood.
"Railroad museum in close to Portage Wi pictures of the flood."
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Wiser comes off stating some very obvious things, which makes him look like he will be an asset in the new search. That would be refreshing. What isn't stated outright is that it was Wiser himself, working as the Union Representative, who was involved in the hiring fiasco of Tom Hicks. Wiser was one of Hicks' biggest supporters in the beginning. I recall him standing proudly in front of the teachers on Institute day when Hicks was introduced to the staff. I also recall him later stating how much everyone was "snowed" by Michigan's high recommendation of Hicks. We need to look at everyone involved here with culpability and keep questioning what is presented to the public.
In my personal opinion, morale within the district is at a very low point, maybe the lowest ever. Seems that everyone, at every level, is frustrated. Working together is not happening. Problems at the top are out of control.
However, on the whole.... There are still many wonderful people working very hard in the district: within the classrooms, in middle management, teachers, assistants, secretaries, people at every level trying to give children the best education possible. All is not lost....yet. What is needed is a leader with common sense. One who will see the faults, the problems and the mistakes that are occurring, and have the courage to make the changes that will bring people together. I hope it happens; I worry we are running out of time before it is too late.
Once there, I noticed that VERY few comments are being posted. Could be that many people are just not seeing the entries. Seems to me to be fairly idiotic. Even Gray Kitty complained.
Monday, June 16, 2008
SOHO has two cameras with coronographs. A coronograph is literally a disk placed in front of the Sun so you can observe the area around the Sun which does happen to contain the Sun's corona (hence the name).
Yesterday it saw a comet get a little too close to the Sun. These comets are called Sungrazers and SOHO has discovered a lot of them (I remember when they 1000th was discovered, and they are rapidly closing in on 1500). You can see the comet approach, grow a nice tail, and then disintegrate before your eyes.
This isn't the biggest, best or most spectacular one SOHO has seen, but merely the most recent. There are amazing things going on in our universe all the time and I encourage you to visit sites such as the SOHO home page from time to time...you never know what just happened!
His big beef is that Dice's group is allegedly sending materials to our troops in Iraq claiming 9/11 was an inside job (which I am on record in previous blogs as disagreeing with this group quite vigorously and will therefore not even link to his material). In Reagan's view, this is an offense that demands execution without trial.
Howard Stern lost a job for insulting a woman's basketball team, yet this guy openly calls for vigilante executions and keeps his job? Heck, our so called "liberal media" hasn't even uttered a peep about this one. The only places I find any references to this are the fringe media such as The Raw Story and Godlike Productions (which is so atrocious I am not even going to provide a link!)
According to the article, Dice has received a personal apology from Reagan and will appear (or has appeared) on Reagan's show today to receive an on air apology.
I don't listen to a lot of conservative talk radio (never heard Reagan's show before) but there is some frightening and threatening rhetoric coming from these shows.
Does the Journal Times highlight the tragedies in our town to sell more newspapers? Would a focus on the positive make Racine more positive? Does blogging/making comments on these events do anything other than eat up server space?
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I'm a bit of a gearhead and was disappointed with the rain that greeted last year's tour. I finally got out later in the day and walked around and took some pictures. I hope that we have better weather next time. I also wonder how those guys and gals can afford to drive from city to city these days?
How about drag races on Pershing Drive from 6th to 11th Streets this time?
And a jet car driven by the Mayor!
Sunday, June 15, 2008
Here are my predictions for the coming week in the Racine area:
The National Weather Service will issue a storm watch/warning, tornado watch/warning, forecast a blizzard, damaging high winds with hail, an electrical storm, an ice storm, a hurricane, a typhoon, and/or acid rain - all of this with 100% certainty. None of it will happen.
Someone, somewhere in Racine will be shot, stabbed, hit, mugged, robbed, and/or raped. All of it will happen, probably at once.
Mayor Becker will make an appearance at some obscure forum somewhere out of state, quite possibly out of the country, speaking with great knowledge and insight on a subject that has absolutely nothing to do with Racine or the problems facing this city. None of the local media will report on this except for the Racine Post.
The winning lottery numbers will be 4 - 32 - 78.926 - 40,698,251 - √378 - π
Thank you, and have a wonderful week!
Oh no! I will have to give up food if they start this here.
The already posted comments are typical of what this city wants to do...play the race card and fight more with each other. Let's keep comments above that here, please.
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