Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2010

Happy St. Paddy’s Day!

4-leaf-clover

Where’s me Lucky Charms?

Top of the Mornin’ to ya.

Kiss me I’m Irish ya Bastard!

Have a kick in the shin and skip down to the river and smack yourself silly.

shamrock

Stay away from the green beer unless you are:

  1. a leprechaun
  2. the Hulk
  3. originally from the Moon
  4. derived from a plant
  5. an actual plant
  6. you ARE the green beer

Trust me. The green shit in the beer doesn’t make it taste any better or get you drunk any faster.

What? Don’t believe me?  Keep drinking dumdum, you’ll see 😉

Blog Pee | March 6th 2010

BLOG PEE

March 6th, 2010

Man, I can’t hold it any longer – gotta go baaad!

My My My… how priorities can change.

Baby did a bad bad thing by neglecting his blog for so many days.

But alas, when family and dear ones fall ill, one’s priorities change and my time is needed elsewhere. (That’s why it’s so important to have a bunch of posts in the que ready to go when Life Happens)

Time for some random quotes:

01-23-2010

. . . you beat a horse dead, [resurrect it/bring it back 2 life] and kill it again . . .

quote #2

Victim Consciousness = The perfect formula for a stagnant, depressing life.

quote #3

knowledge is power if you have it and others do not

quote #4 [George Orwell, 1984]

those who control history control the present, and those who control the present control history.

quote #5 [bringers of the dawn]

Light is information; love is creation. You must become informed before you can create.

VIBRATION is a Primary Law

ATTRACTION is a Secondary Law

HUEY LEWIS and the NEWS @ Busch Gardens MArch 21st, 2010

Well, it only took about 25 years, but I finally saw Huey and the News in concert. The guy is almost 60 but man, him and the band can still rock it.  I was most impressed by their impromptu acapella rendition of So In Love (50s ballad).

The set was about 90 minutes and they played tons of hits. Man, I didn’t realize how many hits they’ve had.

And thank god it didn’t rain like it did @ Derby Lane the year before where the concert was cancelled.

Goin’ back to the 70s… Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?

The mad painter or Number painter as I knew him was a favorite of mine. He was played by Paul Benedict.  Maybe cause he was silly, rebellious, naughty – vandalistic – that made me want to paint murals and the like.

Also, this one – Number 8, did a bit of Benny Hill style fast forward sketch comedy. . . which is why I probably loved watching Benny Hill when I was allowed. Hmm… sesame street prepping a young kid to appreciate more risque comedy? And Disney places subliminal sex messages in their anime.

Wouldn’t this be a funny gadget to have?

fuck-o-mter

On Why Ethanol Gas Is a Big Pile Of Dookie

People – You Are Being Sold A Massively Misleading LIE

Sure, Ethanol will run vehicles, BUT, it requires massive amounts of fertilizer to grow corn (and let’s see, that would be Monsanto’s GMO patented Franken-Corn) which takes food from people and destroys land fertility while poisoning watersheds with nitrogen and other fertilizer runoff.

WANT A CHANCE AT A RHODES SCHOLARSHIP?

Simple, just try to convince them that you are a proponent of the NWO – that is, assuming you have all the other credentials and brains to qualify in the first place…


When Rhodes died in 1902, he bequeathed his funds to the cause. These continued to support the Round Table to an extent, although much of the funding came from the House of Rothschild. In his will, Rhodes also created a system of subsidized scholarships which continue to this day. This was, in part, a front to hide the secret society. Selected overseas students are brought to Oxford University to be taught the British view of life and to be sold the idea of a world government. It is remarkable how many ‘Rhodes Scholars’, as they are called, go on to become leaders of countries or heads of intelligence agencies, education, and other subject areas important to the Elite, or ‘advisors’ to those leaders.

The most famous Rhodes Scholar in the world today is Bill Clinton, who was inaugurated as President of the United States in 1993.

from  – … And The Truth Shall Set You Free, David Icke

an opinion on VALENTINE’S Day

Not just another day – it’s a manufactured holiday forced upon people… those who are in a relationship feel obligated to do certain overtures whilst those who are without a significant other get the option to feel like crap.  Not that I don’t have a Valentine or am jaded, I just hate being told what to do based on someone else’s idea or invention.  Any day can be a special day or your own personal holiday. Now  an anniversary, that there’s a good one.  It’s meaningful to YOU. IT has personal significance to your life. Ah, but the difference is an anniversary is not an official holiday.  For me, I love to just be spontaneous and do something without being pressured by some holiday that goads me into it.

ahhhhhh…. that’s better 😉