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Not to gloat, but grandchild number 7 is due in September.

I do like being Granddad! 🙂 🙂 🙂


1997.&#160 Kaiser Wilhelm vonSlickmeister had just “won” a second term (he’d faced noted Republican sqush BobDole (no, no typo; he himself pronounces it like its one word, kinda like AlGore), who was so enamored&#160 of our base that he hadn’t even read&#160 the GOP platform, much less agreed to abide thereby), and I was in a most foul mood and not ready to make nice with anyone&#160 even remotely resembling a Leftard.

I had loudly declared my intention to say what I wanted, when&#160 I wanted, and fuck anyone who wanted to do anything about it, bahGawd&#160 (a little Jim Ross lingo, there).&#160 And I was loaded for bear, as the saying goes.

And promptly ran out of time (not to mention inclination) to devote to running my BBS.

Fast forward to today.&#160 I’m in a snarly mood (albeit more because of who’s no longer in the Presidential race and why than because of who will&#160 be in it), I’m ready to tell the Demoscum just what the Hell I think of them, and come say it to my fucking face if you don’t like it, Donktards

…and I’m running out of available time to run this place.

No, no, Denizens – I’m not going anywhere.&#160 Not this&#160 time, anyway.&#160 But I’ve got rants all ready to go about Mittens Rommerhoid, Newt, Santorum, Malicious Malkin and her cunt-lapping sycophants over at Little Green Snot Malkinballs II, plus&#160 the Dullest Moaning Snooze – and I don’t get home ’til damned near 10:00 at night nowadays, fall into my Comfy Chair&#153 and promptly drop off the face of the Blogosphere&#153.

This is no way to run a blog.&#160 Grrrrrrr.


Denizens, this gentleman was my first pastor.&#160 (Not my first minister, as I was a Presbyterian prior to this – really too young to consider things, but still.)

This man set the standard by which all other preachers & pastors – both Southern Baptist & not (yeah, Vicar, you too) should be measured.&#160 If there were more men like him leading the Southern Baptist Convention, I’d still be there.

Rest in peace, Bro. Miles.&#160 I have no doubt that the Lord is telling you right now, ‘”well done, thou good & faithful servant”.


According to official IRS figures, the income at which one moves into that nasty top 1% is about $380,000. it also seems that Mr Buffett’s poor mistreated secretary makes between $200,000 and $500,000 per year.


For years we heard from out friends on the left about Bush’s “helping” his “rich” buddies at the expense of the nation. Now there is this. It seems that some very curious actions have come out of the White House, actions which coincidentally benefit large Obama donors.

Is it any wonder that our fellow Americans have so little use for our elected leaders?


Memo to Artur Davis of National Review Online:

Enter the last dream date that Republicans may have at their disposal. His name is Jeb Bush, and this time, there is a feasibility around the idea that seemed unthinkable months ago.

Oh, do&#160 go fuck yourself.



Although the back-flipping cheerleader is kinda cute.

MRS. VENOMOUS (with cast-iron skillet):&#160 WHAAAAAT?!?!?!?!?!

‘Scuse, gotta dash…&#160


The Seattle Post is reporting (and Drudge, via the AP, has confirmed) that former Penn State coach Joe Paterno has died at the age of 85.

He is the winningest college football coach in history, and its greatest representative, despite what the Asphyxiated Piss media says.

They say it was lung cancer.&#160 But I blame the cowardly pisstards at Penn State University, who fucking had&#160 to have a scapegoat for the Sandusky scandal, didn’t they?&#160 Paterno followed Pensylvania law – and the state of Pennsylvania fired him for it.

And in doing so, they took away his reason to live.

Congratulations, Pennsylvania, you fucking bastards.&#160 JoePa’s in heaven now, so he’s in a better place.&#160 But he could be in Hell right now, and he’d still be better off than living in your piece-of-shit excuse-for-a-state.


Well, Denizens, I may have been a liiiiiiiitle&#160 bit premature in my writeoff of Newt Gingrich.&#160 (Of course, I’d already said so, but he subsequently slipped, and even I didn’t quite anticipate this.

Newt Gingrich defeated Mitt Romney today to win today’s South Carolina primary, boosted by a fiery debate performance this week that deflated the former governor’s front-runner status overnight.

Rick Santorum will place third and Ron Paul will be fourth first-in-the-South contest.

Propelled by voters who were heavily influenced by the pre-primary debates, and a strong evangelical showing, Gingrich claimed a landslide victory, winning virtually every county in the Palmetto State save for a handful that went to Romney.

So now…with Widdle Ricky Santorum coming from behind to win Iowa, Mittens “Mr. Inevitable” Romboma – with four years and an inordinate amount of cash and so-called “momentum” – has now only won one of the first three primaries/caucii.

And that&#160 one was a hop, skip & jump from his home state.

And that…wasn’t even anywhere near the slam-dunk it should’ve been.

“Mr. Inevitable”?

I wouldn’t exactly call this guy Sherman marching through Atlanta, y’know?&#160


Fox News Channel is reporting confirming that Rick Perry is planning to perform the dreaded “suspension” of his presidential campaign.&#160 There’s supposedly a 10:00a (CT) news conference scheduled.

If this is true, I will be later on delivering the Mother Of All Political Rants&#153 against a certain Filipina skank bitch and her little toadie cunt-licking sycophants.

Stay tuned.


So the paper insert inside the box of Just For Men&#160 said…

(Hey, you&#160 try turning completely gray before age 30 and going 14 years like that and see how you&#160 feel, m’kay???)

…it said “Out of respect for the environment, our gloves have changed to a more sustainable material.”

And so did the other&#160 paper insert they put inside the box.

And the overwhelming likelihood is that this batch of boxes, at the very least, contained an extra paper insert, just like mine.

“Respect for the environment”???



And at long last, Widdle Jonnie Huntsboy has seen his personal “Mene Mene Tekel Upharsin” and decided to hang it up.

On Monday morning, Jon Huntsman announced his decision to quit his presidential bid following a poor showing in New Hampshire’s Jan. 10 primary. In his announcement, he derided the negativity permeating the GOP primary race and immediately threw his support behind Mitt Romney.

“Today, I am suspending my campaign for the presidency,” the former Utah governor and U.S. ambassador to China said during a news conference held in Myrtle Beach, S.C. “I believe it is now time for our party to unite around the candidate best equipped to defeat Barack Obama. Despite our differences and the space between us on some of the issues, I believe that candidate is Governor Mitt Romney.”

Oh, you really didn’t expect anything different, did you?&#160 One Mormon endorsing another, that is?

This’ll add, what? Another 1.54 votes to Mittens’ total?



Gutlessness.&#160 Pure, unadulterated, one hundred percent, non-biodegradeable gutlessness.

Ladies & gentlemen…your&#160 Allas Cowgirlz.&#160 (That’s right – still no D.)

#14 Oklahoma 31, Iowa 14 (Insight Bowl)

#20 Nebraska 13, #9 South Carolina 30 (Capital One Bowl)

#10 Wisconsin 38, #5 Oregon 45 (Rose Bowl)

Dallas 14, NY Football Douchebags 31

As expected, OU didn’t have that much trouble with Iowa.&#160 In fact, the game was more notable for the fact an ESPN camera came crashing onto the field.

Other than that, we saw the future of OU, as Blake Bell came in for an woefully ineffective Landry Jones and ran for three touchdowns, the last one in the closing seconds to close out the Hawkeyes, who had staged a minor fourth-quarter comeback.

Shame Bucky didn’t have TU’s hand-picked Big-12 Championship zebras to give them one more second on the clock.

Driving with under a minute left and no timeout, the Badgers had gotten to the Duck 25 and a first down with 0:02 on the clock.&#160 But as the ref set the ball for play & wound the clock, even with Bucky’s line set, it apparently took 2.1 seconds to snap the ball & spike it.


Other than that, Oregon was – as predicted – too fast for Bucky.&#160 The Ducks ran over, around and through the Badger defense, to the tune of 345 yards on the ground and 268 through the air.

Bo Pelini has to be on the hot seat now.&#160 This is the second year in a row the Huskers have mailed in a POS effort in a bowl game, and one has to start wondering if he’s just another in a long line of good-coordinator-bad-head-coach types.

Up 13-10, they allowed a Hail-Mary TD pass from Gamecock quarterback Connor Shaw to go into the locker room down 13-16.&#160 Given the ball to start the second half, Nebraska drove down for a field-goal attempt, which the usually reliable Brett Maher pushed to the right.

NU mailed it in after that.

I’d have fired Pelini after that, but that’s just me.&#160 As it is, my estimation of him has gone down about five notches.

Shades of Phuckadelphia, circa 2008.

Having pissed away a chance to lock down the NFC East three weeks prior, the Cowgirlz now needed a win in Noo Joisey to close out the Douchebags.&#160 Lose, and they’re out of the playoffs entirely.

And knowing that, they dropped to the ground, figuratively speaking, and turned their yellow bellies up to the Douchebags.&#160 It was easily their worst effort of the season.&#160 Terence “Bust” Newman once again showed he couldn’t cover me, much less an NFL receiver.&#160 Anthony “Bust” Spencer showed that, when it’s a big game, he comes up needle-dick small.

There about about 30 folks on that excuse-for-a-team that don’t need to be there next year.&#160 And if we had anything resembling a competent owner or&#160 general manager, they would&#160 be gone.

Unfortunately, we have Owner Jethro – so the Cowgirlz will continue to be irrelavant for years, if not decades.

All that said, it’s still&#160 a Perfect Football Weekend, for this reason:

#19 Houston 30, #22 Penn State 14 (Ticket City Bowl)

Case Keenum closed out a fine career, and will make some NFL team an excellent quarterback.&#160 Someday.

This week:&#160 2-3.&#160 Perfect Football Weekend achieved (7).&#160 Final 2011 record:&#160 57-20.

And as I write this, Green Bay is stinking up the joint against the aforementioned Douchebags.&#160 Congratulations, Green Bay – you just did what even the Washington Redskins couldn’t do:&#160 Lose to an inferior team.&#160 Bastards.

The PFW will return in August.&#160 If someone manages to nuke Douchebag Stadium before then, I might be in a better mood.&#160 But I doubt it.

We now return you to our regularly scheduled ranting.


So I’m getting ready for work, when I get a call from a longtime friend of mine.

Asks me a techie-type question, which – being a techie-type – I dutifully try to answer.

Right in the middle of the answer, he interrupts me – as he has a nasty habit of doing when I’m trying to explain something computer-related to him – and goes off into a tangent about how all of us geek-types are (paraphrasing here) bastards who can be trusted to do everything but what you wanted done to your computer in the first place, and will format your hard drive and put another operating system on the thing whether you wanted it or not, never mind it was an OS you didn’t want in the first place…

…etc, etc, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.

And I’m sitting there thinking “So, old friend, why the fuck did you call me in the first fucking place?”

(UPDATE:&#160 Just so you know, Denizens, this guy, bless his heart – and I mean that in the Bob-from-HMS sense – is the same one who once blamed me for crashing his Windows NT system, years ago.&#160 Right after I found said system’s C: drive at 95% of capacity.&#160 And no – that’s not a typo, either.)

Beware the user who has a little knowledge.&#160 They think they know a helluva lot more than they actually do.

Does that sound arrogant?


It damn well should.

And I say this knowing full-effing-well that there are techs (probably some even living as close as within my complex) who have forgotten twice as much as I’ll ever know.&#160 And I respect that, and them, with all the inherent bowing & scraping that that implies.

But I’ve been honing this craft now for TWENTY FUCKING YEARS, DAMMIT!!!!! – and by that, I mean a minimum&#160 of eight to ten hours a day (many days a lot more than that, more all-nighters, fried hard drives, system boards and video cards than I feel like counting), 24/7/365 – and I’m getting just a little&#160 bit sick & fucking tired of being questioned by fuckfaces who think they can code the next great Micro$oft operating system just from having watched me defragment their hard drive for five @($!!^(!!!! minutes.

Next time you feel the need to question something I’m doing to your computer – such as, say, ripping out the latest malware you’ve downloaded from GayBathHousePorn.com – try & remember that you called me, jack, and there’s a 99 44/100% chance that I might, just might&#160 know more than you.

Otherwise, computer physician, heal thine own fucking self.&#160 I got better things to do.

Like watch my toenail fungus grow.&#160


Does still exist in the USA. The Supreme Court ruled today that Federal government hiring policies do not apply to people in a ministerial position. The story is here.

The decision was 9 to 0, so this one will be with us for a while.


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