Archive for November, 2009

Warrior in Training

Monday, November 30, 2009 17:40 10 Comments
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Montana Secessionist

Monday, November 30, 2009 15:42 1 Comment

This is a photo of Montana State Rep. Joel Boniek, a states’ rights guy. He’s a hottie!

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Read “The Vegetarian Myth”

Sunday, November 29, 2009 20:59 1 Comment

If you are into food/health/nutrition and related issues, as I am, I heartily suggest that you make the time to read Lierre Keith’s The Vegetarian Myth. I’m early into the book, and already, it’s an attention snatcher. It was recommended to me by Richard Nikoley from Free the Animal. Mark Sisson, who never does book [...]

This was posted under category: Food & Nutrition

Don’t Dare Criticize Freakish Behavior

Sunday, November 29, 2009 14:08 8 Comments

On the Adam Lambert debacle: In addition to dragging a female dancer around by the ankles, pushing a male dancer’s head into his crotch and simulating oral sex, walking a pair of male hoofers around like dogs on a leash, and furiously thrusting his hips at every opportunity, Lambert took a moment mid-song to fervently [...]

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Is it Ed Begley, Jr. or is it Bozo?

Sunday, November 29, 2009 13:37 7 Comments

This clip of Ed Begley, Jr. being interviewed about ClimateGate is priceless. This guy is a first-class Bozo. After all the discussion of environmentally friendly light bulbs in this 4-minute fight, I realize that this guy doesn’t have any lights on upstairs. Talk about saving energy! Watch him repeat himself incessantly (“Peer reviewed is the [...]

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Boom. Bust. Underemployment.

Sunday, November 29, 2009 7:51 5 Comments

Yahoo published a piece on the “real” unemployment rate last week, putting that number at 17.5%. That’s still a government statistic, so you can bet it’s understated. The looming problem for many families is underemployment. The guy who came to fix my cable TV issue (Wide Open West) was an experienced and skilled carpenter who [...]

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Black Friday or Dead Friday?

Saturday, November 28, 2009 17:13 5 Comments

Was Black Friday actually Dead Friday? By the looks of it, retail executives may go into shock during this upcoming holiday season. I think my experience in shopping this Friday may be similar to what a whole lot of folks witnessed yesterday. This year I did something I haven’t done very often – I joined [...]

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The Missouri Bushwhackers

Saturday, November 28, 2009 12:20 3 Comments

Reader Tom points me to his video of the Bushwhackers, the guerrilla soldiers who fought for Missouri independence. Overall, some of the Bushwhackers had many imperfect political philosophies, indeed, and many of them were petty thieves or criminals. But many of them also had a fierce desire for independence from encroaching federal forces. Guerrilla forces [...]

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Gun Owners: “Not Without a Fight”

Saturday, November 28, 2009 11:35 2 Comments

Max Lemus has released his new documentary, “Not Without a Fight.” See further info and the 4-minute trailer at the film website. A summary of the film is available from Paul Valone on In the film trailer, I noted there is some very appropriate NRA bashing. Gun people who continue to claim the NRA [...]

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Never Use This Product While Driving!

Sunday, November 22, 2009 11:00 3 Comments

You gotta love this one. This is a product that the state will just hate – the Laptop Steering Wheel Desk.This would be great for texting, iPhone or iTouch, or perhaps a small laptop. It would be great for commuters who sit in heavy traffic jams. Of course, it’s meant to use while the vehicle [...]

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