Saturday, April 27, 2013

"Tekken Anime x Muse Exogenesis Symphony"

That's quite moving.

"Baby taken from parents who wanted 2nd doctor's opinion"

"SACRAMENTO, CA (KXTV) - A Sacramento family was torn apart after a 5-month-old baby boy was taken from his parents following a visit to the doctor.

"The young couple thought their problems were behind them after their son had a scare at the hospital, but once they got home their problems got even worse."

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Government bureaucrats gone wild!

"What Time Is It?"

That's a thigh slapper.

Open Blog - Weekend

Enjoy your Saturday and Sunday.

Friday, April 26, 2013

"Hyundai Suicide Commercial 2013"

Finally, a car ad that I can relate to.

Four for Fridays

Hello everyone! Welcome back to Four for Fridays! It has been an usual week for for me. One minute it will go by fast, the next minute, slow..... Anyways, some questions for you....

1) What was something that you can find ten years ago, that you can't find now?

2) What is a fast and easy meal that you make?

3) Do you prefer to use cash or credit card?

4) How do you watch movies? (Netflix, rent, etc.)

Enjoy your weekend!

"My First Condom"

I recall my first time with a condom. I was 14. I went in to buy a packet of condoms at Parchen's pharmacy. In those days it took a lot of guts to go in a store and ask for that kind of item because everyone in town knew me and there was no doubt the young lady (I think her name was Nola) knew what they were for.

She was working as an assistant behind the counter, and she could see that I was really embarrassed by the whole procedure. She handed me the package and asked if I knew how to wear one.

I honestly answered, 'No, not really.'

So she unwrapped the package, took one out and slipped it over her thumb. She cautioned me to make sure it was on tight and secure

I apparently still looked confused. So, she looked all around the store to see if it were empty. It was. 'Just a minute,' she said, and walked me into the back room, unbuttoned her blouse and removed it. She unhooked her bra and laid it aside. 'Do these excite you?' She asked.

Well, I was so dumb-struck that all I could do was stand there with my mouth open and nod my head. She then said it was time to slip the condom on. As I was slipping it on, she dropped her skirt, removed her panties and lay down on a desk. 'Well, come on', she said, 'We don't have much time. '

So I climbed on her. It was so wonderful that, unfortunately, I could no longer hold back and KAPOW, I was done within a few moments.

She looked at me with a bit of a frown. 'Did you put that condom on?' she asked.

I said, 'sure did,' and held up my thumb to show her.

Then she beat the shit out of me....

Women have always been hard for me to figure out!

Open Blog - Friday

He's so Goofy.

Thursday, April 25, 2013

"The Eroding Premium on Truth and Trust"

Racine Exposed has a great post up today on the "Racine Economic Development Project Opportunities." It's about the agenda that lying John and his friends have regarding where and how they're going to spend big money. (Isn't is disingenuous to say that these dollars aren't coming out of tax dollars, but out of loans? The loans, plus interest, have to be repaid by taxpayers. Duh!)  You can read the post here:

The post also contains a quote from a blog by Charles Hugh Smith on  As I read the quote, it moved me.  I've decided to reproduce it here just because I like it so much. Thank you, Racine Exposed.

  The Eroding Premium on Truth and Trust   (April 11, 2013)

The premium in America has shifted from truth to self-serving distortion, and from trust to manipulation.

The premium we place on truth and trustworthiness is self-evident. Truth is uniquely productive feedback from the real world. Truth (including factual data) is indispensable, for it alone enables us to correct errors, learn from mistakes and improve our effectiveness and communication.

We pay a premium for trust because the cost of dishonesty and artifice is steep. Would you pay more to buy a used car from someone you trust? If you place no premium on trustworthiness, then you buy the "great deal" used car you found online: oops, the "new" battery was spray-painted black, the crankcase leaks, the engine is shot and doesn't pass smog, and the certificate of ownership is forged.

The premium on truth and trust is eroding under the constant onslaught of officially manipulated data and markets, and a vast array of distortions and propaganda designed to serve the interests of ruling Elites and key constituencies.

We all know the negative premium placed on fact: telling the truth will get you fired. And not just in the corporate world: politicians from the President on down all worship at the altar of the carefully distorted unemployment rate.

The officially sanctioned lying and manipulation are now shameless. Never mind that millions of people have become statistical phantoms (i.e. not in the workforce) to generate that low rate, and college graduates working 3 hours a day (if they're called in at all) are gleefully counted as employed, as if there is no difference between a full-time job and a marginal one.

President Obama is touting rising auto sales as proof of the "recovery" (and implicitly, of his wise stewardship), studiously avoiding the fact that these stupendous auto sales are the result of offering low-interest rate auto loans to marginal borrowers with near-zero collateral (i.e. skin in the game).

How did blowing a credit bubble and securitizing the debt turn out last time?

Never mind: here we go again. Via Doug Nolan at Prudent Bear:
Springleaf Finance Corp., the lender to borrowers with poor or limited credit, sold $604 million of bonds last month backed by personal loans secured by household goods from furniture to electronics, its first such deal. Demand for riskier asset-backed bonds has grown as the Federal Reserve holds its benchmark interest rate at almost zero for a fifth year. Sales of securities linked to subprime auto loans doubled to $4 billion in January from a year earlier.
Manipulation and carefully crafted distortion erode trust, not just in the individuals employed to repeat the lies but in the institutions that issue them. The ruthless pursuit of self-interest is now the norm; truth is a terribly risky disruptor that must be hidden, masked or countered with plausible lies.

As a nation, we're like the obese person who looks at himself in the mirror and sees his body as normal--the distortion of truth is so complete that we literally no longer recognize reality. Untruth no longer arouses any moral indignation; we are either too jaded to care, or our moral compass now spins aimlessly from one manipulation to the next.

There can be no trust if there is no truth. How can we trust people who lie to us constantly, who issue one self-serving justification after another for their own parasitic predation? We cannot. How can we trust institutions whose credibility now rests on the continuation of lies that are so embedded in our financial sector and State that their collapse will bring down the entire house-of-cards debtocracy? We cannot.

The premium in America has shifted from truth to self-serving distortion, and from trust to manipulation. This spiritual and moral rot will end gloriously, have no doubt, for the stock market's permanent ascendancy dissolves all other narratives.


Archie Bunker and the Doctor

Open Blog - Thursday


Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Confucius Say

Confucius Say:  It's OK to let a fool kiss you;  but don't let a kiss fool you.
Confucius Say:  A kiss is just shopping upstairs for downstairs merchandise.
Confucius Say:  It is better to lose a lover than love  a loser.
Confucius Say:  Man with a broken condom is called a Daddy.
Confucius Say:  Man who mix Viagra and Ex-Lax doesn’t know if he's coming or going.
Confucius Say:  A drunken man's words are a sober man's thoughts.
Confucius Say:  Marriage is like a bank account. You put it in, you take it out, and you lose interest.
Confucius Say:  Viagra is like Disneyland ... a one hour wait for a 2-minute ride.
Confucius Say:  It is much better to want the mate you do not have than to have the mate you do not want.
Confucius Say:  A joke is like sex. Neither is any good if you don't get it.

"Ronald Davis"

"This video was the inspiration for an entire series (called Big Questions - that's just now hitting the air on WNIT Public Television.

"This story was filmed while a member of our team, Andrew Messer, was still a student filmmaker, with Nicole Malovany. With the help of DePaul University in Chicago, we're trying capture stories that examine important issues at home and around the world."

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Dear Madame Zoltar

Hello, my waterlogged well-wishers! How are you?  First we’re parched by the sun and it doesn’t rain for months.  When we finally get rain, it does not stop.  Mother Nature is bipolar.  The weather witch is drunk. I don’t know, but I’m becoming more and more convinced of climate change with each passing season.  I hope that we haven’t messed up things permanently.  I don’t want Junior growing up in a world of weather extremes. 

I’m so sorry that I missed the get together this Saturday past.  I wanted to meet Ms. Mary.  Unfortunately, I caught the psychic flu and was incapable of attending.  The psychic flu wreaks havoc with my prediction and other powers.  I can place a hex on someone and not even realize that I’m doing it.  When I try to see the future, all I see is the past.  It’s a nasty affliction and the only cure for it is rest.  So I slept away the weekend.  I apologize for my absence.  Next time I’ll be there for sure.

I’m glad that they captured the suspect in the Boston bombings.  It’s a shame that his older brother died in a gunfight with police.  I predict that the older brother will turn out to have been the ringleader.  The callousness of terrorism offends me.  Blowing up civilians is so wrong.  Truly, these people must be cowards to kill noncombatants.  They must be mentally ill to blow themselves up in order to kill others.  Religious and/or national zealotry can do that.  It’s a step into darkness.

“Richie Havens, a Brooklyn-born singer who sang gospel as a teenager, began playing folk music in Greenwich Village clubs in the 1960s and was the opening act at the Woodstock Music & Art Fair in 1969, died Monday of a heart attack at his home in Jersey City, N.J., according to his agent. He was 72 years old.”

Freedom.  We all say we want it, but many are afraid of it.

Thank you for reading my blog this week.  I always look forward to our time spent together.  You make my Wednesdays wonderful. 

“They” are saying that we’ll be in the fifties for the rest of the week.  I’ll believe it when it happens.  Our weather has made a skeptic out of me.  No matter the temperature, I wish you well in the coming week.  Don’t forget to take care of yourself.  I need you around.  Eleutheromania!     

West Side Story - "Cool"

Don't ask me why this one popped into my head, because I have no idea.

When the movie West Side Story came to Racine, my sister went to see it.   My father was outraged when he found out.  He kept calling it "that gang movie."  She tried to tell him that it was based on Romeo and Juliet, but he wouldn't have any of it.  To him, it was a film glorifying gangs. That was that.  I don't know if he even read anything about the movie.     

Open Blog - Wednesday

Betty's back.

Tuesday, April 23, 2013


Camp will be held on Saturday, June 8, 2013, from noon to 3 p.m. at Horlick Field

"APRIL 22 (RACINE) - The Racine Raiders will hold the Gridiron Classic youth football skills camp on Saturday, June 8, 2013, from noon to 3:00 p.m. at Historic Horlick Athletic Field. The camp is for students entering third through seventh grades and costs $20 with all proceeds going to "Relay for Life" to help fight cancer.

"The Racine Raiders coaching staff will provide qualified instruction. Participants will run through football drills, one-on-one instruction and conclude with a punt, pass and kick contest.

"Participants will get to tour the Racine Raiders locker room and have their photo taken with the 2012 Semi-Pro BCS National Championship trophy.

"Each participant will receive admission to the Saturday, June 29, 2013, Racine Raiders home opener against the Sioux Falls Stallions and a camp t-shirt, as well as a hot dog, chips and soda after the clinic.

"Download the registration form and return by June 1, 2013 to the address listed on the form.

"The Racine Raiders, a 501c(3) not-for-profit organization, begins their 61st season of operations in 2013. The Raiders won their eighth national championship in 2012. Find out more about the Racine Raiders at"

Open Blog - Tuesday

Have a great day.

Sunday, April 21, 2013


An elderly lady was standing at the railing of the cruise ship
holding her hat tight so that it would not blow away in the wind.

A gentleman approached her and said,
"Pardon me, madam..

I do not intend to be forward but did you know that your dress
is blowing up in this high wind?"

"Yes, I know," said the lady.

"I need both my hands
to hold onto this hat."

"But madam, you must know that you are not wearing any panties
and your privates are exposed!" said the gentleman in earnest.

The woman looked down, then back up at the man
and replied, "Sir, anything you see down there is 75 years old.

I just bought this hat yesterday!"


Useless Information

Did you know: 

George “Machine Gun” Kelly coined the nickname “G men” when he was captured by the FBI Agent Melvin Purvis.