Tuesday, May 19, 2009
Sunday, May 10, 2009
What I do mind is that we as a society have to be special at sometime a year as if a birthday is not enough. Do we really need half the holidays that we have? Valentines is the best example it is used to sell cards and gifts during the slow sales times sound like a day that we just had? Anyway i could go on but I think the examples would be endless( administrative assistants day comes to mind) so I will just end my post like this MOM DADS ROCK deserve a day the rest of us should be happy with our birthdays.
Friday, May 1, 2009
Saturday, April 18, 2009
A man was wondering about the universe and he asked god What is a second to you? God said its a million years. The man said well how much is a million dollars to you? God said its a penny. HMMM said the man well could I have a penny? God said just give me a minute.
HAHAHAHA ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME!
I would hope that God thought that sex is funny or life is funny or the fact that we go so crazy about being right for him. I really hope that that crap in the Flash makes him shake his head in dismay. If God thinks its funny then I will ask for a one way trip to hell upon my judgement day. I would rather burn for all of time with Geroge Carlin and Lenny bruce then be subjected to that Crap!
Monday, April 13, 2009
Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Well I am not going to sound as smart as most of my friends.I'm sure that this point has been made already by someone much smarter then I but, just bare with me.
I think that the greatest thing that art does for us is give us a sense of history. Its not done with facts or data its done with a feeling remembering a laugh you had when a drunk friend sang a song off key and loudly. I think that feeling gives us the realization that time has past.
I know I am not original but just thinking.
Thursday, March 26, 2009
Sunday, March 22, 2009
Sunday, March 8, 2009
Tony Ruccolo for Minnesota Governor in 2010! I think that this is a fiscally sound Idea. Once I get that job it will be smooth sailing. My platform will be Pay me, Legalize it and let everyone and anything marry what they want thats right you crazy right wing fucks I will be able to smoke a joint and marry my spoon. You ask why should Minnesota make me their governor? Sure I am not of the legal age and I don't have a four year but, I do have moxy. I am OK with saying outrageous things and not backing them up with action so of course I will legalize prostitution and anything else the public wants legal. Remember I just want to get paid. I think this gives me a ton of freedom.
Monday, March 2, 2009
Hey thanks Tom can I call you Tom?
Friday, February 27, 2009
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One early highlight: After recognizing Bachmann took a swipe at the federal stimulus plan, using an intriguing historical parallel — not to the New Dealbut to the :,
I just wondered that if our founders thought taxation without representation was bad, what would they think of representation WITH taxation?
Here’s the clip (Boston Tea Party comment at 1:10):
The program once had Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as a featured speaker, but she dropped out, leaving Republican National Committee Chair Mike Steele and U.S. Reps. Roy Blunt, R-Mo., and , R-Ariz., as headliners.
Bachmann fairly shouted as she introduced the stars at the head table — all but four being older white men such as Stan Evans, author of a book, “Blacklisted by History,” that seeks to rehabilitate Red Scare figure ’s image, and at least two National Rifle Association officials.
A notable exception was Carrie Hale, whom Bachmann identified as the “scheduler” at Americans for Tax Reform; with Palin absent, she was the only other woman to be honored with a chair on the stage. Steele was the only African-American — not including a waiter in a white uniform who passed behind Bachmann, carrying a tray as she spoke.
“How many times in life do you get a second chance?” asked keynoter Shadegg, referring to the conservative movement’s post-Bush status. “We are unleashed from the mistakes of the past.”
Bachmann brought the program to a close by imploring the audience to remember this night because, she said, in the future, “You can tell your posterity that you were here, you were present at the beginning of the conservative comeback.”