Monthly Archives: January 2011

Your porn fix for the day

This is so delicious it ought to be illegal.  Sfw.

“Obama is a goddamned coward and it’s time we had the guts to say so.”

Ace of Spades really nails it out of the ball park on this one.  Obama is a passive-aggressive coward who only wants a second term.  And everybody in the nation is too cowed by political correctness, or too blind to see, that he is a gutless follower, not a leader, on the most important issue facing our country today: our debt.

Some may remember that what was at one point George W. Bush’s most important political asset–his personal credibility–once seemed invincible.  The left might have disagreed despised hated his policies, but they were defenseless to personally attack him because the American pulbic held his personal integrity and honesty in such high regard.  We all remember  how that turned out. After years and years of daily endless unrebutted lies about him, “Bush lied, people died” had the effect of destroying his personal credibility.  The left did–fearlessly and without repercussions–what no one thought could be done: they attacked Bush’s strength and defeated it. 

Right now, Obama’s strength is that a while a majority of the people do not like his policies, they still support him personally.  Dupes think that he is qualified, and a nice guy, and they want this affirmative action fellow with the funny ears and the purple lips to succeed, so they support him personally. And that support makes the Republicans and independents afraid to attack him personally.

The right is in the same situation that the left was eight years ago in regards to George W. Bush’s reputation for personal integrity.  Except that the left had the political courage, or mindless zeal, to attack where nobody thought they could succeed.

Now Ace has established a beach head where others have been too cowardly to go.  Let a million voices follow Ace!  Obama is a God-damned coward and it is time we had the guts to say so!

Superbowl Picks

I put my money where my mouth is: Pittsburgh to win, $100 will get you $120.  I am no fan of either team, I just believe that Pitt will win outright, and out not to be the under-dog.  Any team that Detroit beat during the regular season should not be favored to win the Big One. Current spread at the Sahara is Green Bay -2 1/2.  Get those points while you can, IMHO.

But what do all ya’ll think?

Johnny Vegas

p.s.  FUCK ALL y’all naysayers.

The REAL State of The Union Text

From Soylent Green “SOTU FU”


I Fought The Law and I Won!!! (via Thatmrgguy’s Blog)

My day in court…Got up at 2:30 in the AM so I could make it down there by 9:00 in the AM. But it was worth it.

Here is the continuing saga of my photo speed trap speeding ticket. Well, I went to court today. It was a full house and more streaming in as the “arresting officer” started calling names to come up. This is before the Judge even showed up. He would ask them what they wanted to do, if they wanted a reduction in the ticket, a bench trial or a jury trial. All of them before me just asked for a reduction. When my name was called, He asked me what I … Read More

via Thatmrgguy's Blog

Liberalism is Immoral

A must read.  Mark Levin for President.

The "new tone" here at Smash Mouth

Transcript of recent phone conversation

Hillary:  Hu was at the White House dinner last night.

Bill: Who was?

Hillary: Hu.

Bill:  You are the one working for the little darky’s administration, why are you asking me?

Hillary: I’m not asking you. Hu was at the White House dinner.  We had lobster, steak and $200 bottles of wine. Er, I mean they did. I was off in Bumfuckistan seeing some two bit dictator.

Bill: I didn’t ask what they served there, I asked WHO was there.

Hillary: And I told you who was there!  Hu was there.

Bill: Ahhhh [sounds of gurgling and giggling in the background].  Ah, Hill, I gotta call you back.  Something has come up.

Texas Hold ’em is NOT a game of chance

John Doe at the MGM

It is most definitely a game of skill.  In order to illustrate, I’m going to have to seem as though I am bragging, but I am not.  I regularly play in a small tournament at The Sahara at 7:00 pm.  Total buy in with add on is $65.00.  Total entrants average from 85 to over a 100.  Due to a variety of reasons, the last 4-5 players usually “chop” the prize money instead of playing it all the way down to a winner.  I’ve “chopped” (won $450+) in 4 of the last 5 tournaments there.

The Weapons of Mass Destruction

If each person had an equal chance, then statistically I should have a 1 in 100 (or however many entered the tourney on that particular day) 0f winning, or to factor in a chop, a 4 or 5 in 100 chance of chopping.  That is a far cry from having a 50% chance of winning.   But imagine flipping a coin with somebody for $65 each time and winning 4 out of 5.  Some might suspect a doctored coin, but few would panic if they lost 4 of 5, realizing that eventually the aberrant streak would return to the norm of  50-50.  There is simply no skill in flipping a coin (although I ALWAYS call “heads” when given the choice. 😉  )

Some diehard skeptics might be thinking that my recent streak is just a statistical aberration and that it means that soon I will be on an inordinately long losing streak if I keep it up.  But you naysayers would BE WRONG.  DEAD FUCKINGWRONG!   Hold ’em is like surfing, when you get in the groove (or the slot, or whatever surfer dudes call it), you are golden.  And it is like a basketball player who gets in “the zone.” Every shot they throw up is golden. Swish, swish, swish. Heck, even bowlers get in “the zone.” I did once. I was a 110 average bowler and one game bolled a 220.  Every shot was strike, strike, strike.

Right now, at the Sahara, I’m in the zone. It really is no big deal in the grand scheme of things.  The meager prize money merely pays some of the bills, for now.  But it also confirms that 1) hold ’em takes skill, and 2) John Doe has that skill, at least among the other little fish in the very small pond that is The Sahara. (I know this stupid post is opening me up for bad karma–I’ll probably not win there again for six months.  But that won’t change my opinions.)

Received via email

from a client who I helped way back in 1991-1994.  She’s kept in touch all these years.  Brought a tear to my eyes…

 “Tomorrow morning,” the  surgeon began,
 “I’ll open up your  heart…”
 “You’ll find Jesus there,”  the boy interrupted… The surgeon 
looked up, annoyed “I’ll cut your heart  open,” he continued,
 to see how much damage  has been done…” 

“But when you open up my heart, you’ll find Jesus in  there,” said the boy.
The surgeon  looked to the parents, who sat quietly. “When 
I see how much damage has been done, I’ll sew  your
 heart and chest back up, and I’ll  plan what to do next.”
“But you’ll  find Jesus in my heart. The Bible says He  lives there. The
 hymns all say He lives  there. You’ll find Him in my  heart.”
The surgeon had had enough. “I’ll  tell you what I’ll find in your 
heart. I’ll find damaged muscle, low  blood supply, and weakened vessels.
 And  I’ll find out if I can make you  well.”
  “You’ll find Jesus there too. He  lives there.”

 The surgeon  left. The surgeon sat in his office,  recording his notes from the 
surgery, “….damaged aorta, damaged pulmonary vein, widespread muscle
 degeneration. No  hope for transplant, no hope for cure. 
Therapy: painkillers and bed rest.  Prognosis: here he paused, “death within one  year.”

 He stopped the recorder, but  there was more to be said. “Why?” he asked  aloud. “Why did You do this? You’ve  put him here; You’ve put him in this pain;  and You’ve cursed him to an early death. 
  The Lord answered and said, “The  boy, my lamb, was not meant for your flock 
for long, for he is a part of My flock, and  will forever be.Here, in My flock, he will 
feel no pain, and will be comforted as  you cannot imagine.
 His parents will  one day join him here, and they will know  peace, and My flock will continue to 
The surgeon’s tears were hot, but  hisanger was hotter. “You created  that boy, and You created that heart. 
He’ll be dead in months. Why?”
The  Lord answered, “The boy, My lamb, shall return to My flock, for He has done his duty: I did not put My lamb with your flock to lose  him, but to retrieve another lost lamb.”
 The  surgeon wept…  The  surgeon sat beside the boy’s bed; the  boy’s parents sat across from him. The boy 
awoke and whispered, “Did you cut
 open my  heart?” “Yes,” said the surgeon.
 “What  did you find?” asked the boy.
 “I found  Jesus there,” said thesurgeon.
 Author  Unknown – 

Rule Five Monday

By Anonymous

Back, by popular demand, It’s time for Rule Five Monday!  Because we can

QOTD: …”if the state leaves you any money to spend over and above taxes, should you be permitted to spend it on riotous living, but not permiuted to leave it to your children?”  Milton Freidman, via Bread Upon the Waters

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