Monday, January 31, 2005

The Search For Interesting Blog Posts

Good blog material is often hard to come by. No one really wants to read about your third trip to the bathroom and how math class was boring. So a process of researching for an informative, smart, humorous post must take place.

Step 1: Look on the internet for the days news, if nobody did anything funny or interesting, move on to step 2.

Step 2: Find a book or magazine or newspaper with interesting tidbits or funny nuggets.....

Step 3
: Ponder that funny or informative tidbit to see if it would make for an interesting blog read.....

Step 4: Once you have decided that an item is a good blog post, lock on to it, get excited, rejoice at your new insight.....

Finally: Be glad that a hard day's work has paid off and your two loyal readers will have some idiotic thing to read.....

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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Iraqis Decide Their Own Future...Democrats Whine

It's a great day to be an Iraqi, an American, or George W. Bush.. Who in my opinion has secured his place in history as one of the great presidents of our time. That's right Mr. Clinton, a real legacy. Freedom and democracy had it's first REAL chance to shine in a Muslim country on Sunday. I hope they all fall to democracy like dominoes. The turnout for voters is expected to be around 72% after the numbers are added up. Some 8 million Iraqis voted even in the very real threat of certain death. This is huge. This may be bigger than what we can tell so far.

So do the democrats finally jump on board, maybe decide to swallow their pride and unite on what is good for America and the world at large? No, it's time to pout and whine......Harder than usual.
Check out this absolutely outrageous reaction from the intelligent minds over at the mindless site where no alternative voice is even allowed. And then we have this piece from the latest democrat failure John Kerry. He insinuates that Americans are simply overhyping the election results. Praise God that this man isn't in the White House right now.

Finally, try out this blog from an Iraqi in the heart of the historical vote...And then tell me if we are overhyping this major event.

"The Iraq elections are Teddy Kennedy's Vietnam."--John Podhoretz

Congratulations Iraq! What a day to be proud of your sacrifice and courage in the face of death.

Aaron S.

Saturday, January 29, 2005

The 4 List

Things that you should check out..

  • -- So many email forwards go around everyday with the most outrageous claims. is the place to go and find out if these claims are true or Mooreish (that's my new term for a lie).
  • CD Tradepost -- The new franchise used cd store that has opened in Wichita is great. It's the perfect place for audiophiles like me. They know my name in there already. If you have one in your town...go to it. Cheap CD's, good prices...HINT: check the "new arrivals" bin first...the good stuff is in there.
  • Condi Rice -- She's got fat drunk men, feminazis, and former KKK grand wizards all up in her face, and she's holding her own very well. I hope she goes up to Barbara Boxer and just gives her one of those Three Stooges double eye pokes.
  • Hud -- A movie I just discovered from the 60's staring Paul Newman that is very cool. It's about Hud(Paul Newman) rebelling against lifes rules in a small town. It's a great movie. Paul Newman was a cool guy...too bad he turned into a mindless liberal.

"The 4 List" is my new feature of what I love for the month .

Finally, The Speeding Problem In Africa Is Being Dealt With

Friday, January 28, 2005

Ted Kennedy's Head Deemed A Fire Hazard.

Frank J. over at his blog has the exclusive scoop. The D.C. fire marshal forced Kennedy to leave the Capitol building because his massive clown-like head is blocking the fire exits...Thousands could have been at risk!

This only goes to prove my long running theory...Ted Kennedy has a massive head. My theory goes even further to state that the cause of his enormous cranium is due to it being filled with bad liberal ideology and scotch. More as it develops.....

Thursday, January 27, 2005

The Dumbest People Hate Bush

Have you ever noticed how the person yapping to you about how Bush is too dumb to run the country is always the biggest bumbling idiot? It's always some twixter who still lives in his parents basement and rolls out of bed at the crack of noon to go work his 5 hour a day job at some overpriced coffee shop. And he's all up in your face about how Karl Rove is running the country and how Bush can't talk right....Meanwhile he's a six year junior at some university and he's putting a foam on your grande expresso...While Bush has two degrees, one from Harvard, One from Yale, he's been a successful oil entrepreneuer and the owner of a major league baseball team, all before becoming the governor of one of the biggest states in the union and then on to being a very popular two term president. Hey dude...Just hand me my Frapachino and then go and make sure the napkin dispensers are refilled for the after dinner crowd......Thank you.....very much.

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Why Aren't You Watching This Show?

If not for the great storyline, then at least watch it for Evangaline Lilly.


Tuesday, January 25, 2005

There Is At Least Some Justice In This World

Michael Moore is shunned completely by the Oscar academy. He told everyone he was a contender for Best Picture and they ignored him completely...

Dude, Where's My Oscar Nomination?

Although, they did shun The Passion as well. Huge mistake. That was a seriously beautiful movie. It just goes to show you that Hollywood will always be a bunch of liberal whack-o's. I avoid going to the movies almost entirely because I can't stand to give these guys a cent of my hard earned money. Oh well, it's still fun to watch Moore get snubbed. Look for his usual crybaby response on his website in the next few days.

Monday, January 24, 2005

The University Of Oregon Bans Support For Troops

It doesn't get much dumber than this

That's like a sports team banning support for their players. We are all in this together. Whether one agrees with their mission or not, we have to support our troops. But of course colleges are filled with mindless liberals who hate America yet never hesitate to take a chunk of its freedom. If you don't support our ARE unpatriotic and you do NOT love America...and you should probably just leave. I'll help you pack.

Aaron S

Is It Too Much To Ask?

* That the people of the world see the good intentions of the U.S. and the painstaking we go through to save innocent lives while helping the helpless.

* That Barbara Boxer, the clueless liberal, see that if Condi Rice lied about WMD then so did John Kerry, Ted Kennedy, The entire DNC, and even Bill Clinton himself.

* That Christians not get publicly ridiculed when putting up a miniature Christmas tree at a post office.

* That atheists realize that even if they snuff Christmas that even the word "holiday" means "holy" day and our calendar is based on the life of Christ.

* That Lindsay Lohan realize that no one wants to hear another washed up wanna be J. Lo trying to sing about how her life is sooooo hard.

* That people realize how non-realistic "reality" TV really is.

* That people realize that U2 is overrated old and that they recycle music.

* Ditto for Nickelback

* That people realize how funny Conan O'Brian is and how much funnier he is than Leno and Letterman combined.

* That my stomach not growl at a quiet moment during Sunday School.

* That Switchfoot hurry up and release a new single so that we don't get sick from hearing Dare You To Move and Meant To Live for the 100,000th time. Good songs, but C'mon.

I don't think it's too much to ask at all. I hope I didn't forget anything.

Aaron S.

Saturday, January 22, 2005

What America Needs

Everyone seems to agree that America is in its best days and its worst days all rolled in to one. We are living like kings in this country yet morally and philosophically we are drifting in a sea of sharks. Billy Graham once said, "If God doesn't punish America than he is going to have to apologize to Sodom and Gomorrah." I agree with him. We are moving towards total dependence on self as God. "I believe I can fly", "I'm the greatest love of all."
If there is something higher than us than putting ourselves first before that higher being might equal disaster. I believe that as America we don't need government institutionalized morality, we don't need communism or socialism, we don't need forced religion or a state run church, we need neighbor helping neighbor again. We need churches to be able to give to causes, pass out blankets and coats, and feed the homeless. We need people held up by individuals not by government. We are drifting because we are relying on our government and our self-love to fix our nations ills. Things won't change until that stranger sitting next to us on the bus means more to us than ourselves. Jesus Christ permanently in our lives as individuals would bring about that desire to serve others. Others first, our needs last....That's what America needs.

Thursday, January 20, 2005

Know Your Blogger II

The man behind the blog...

*He was in a fight in the 8th grade. He won the fight only because he hit the other guy twice in the head and then sat on him so until the bell rang and recess was over. He then ran as fast as he could until he was safely in the school...What a huge wuss.

* In kindergarten the kid next to him threw up strawberries all over himself during morning calendar time...The emotional scarring from that incident has never fully healed.

* He used to believe that he would make a great soldier until he learned that you have to get up early. Also he isn't very good with taking orders. Also he doesn't do well if he can't watch TV until he falls asleep. Also exercise is really hard.

* One time during a job interview he was asked about any regrets he has had involving other jobs. He then went into a long story about how at a previous job he was nearly fired because of a big screw up he had made. Realizing that this might not have portrayed him in the best light he nervously tried to backtrack by saying, "but they didn't fire me because they were really short handed at the time". He never heard from that company again. Most likely they burned his job application.

* He'd sooner take a beating than to ever eat a bowl of tomato soup.

* He likes to tell people that he was an avid athlete in the recent past when in all truthfulness he played two seasons of soccer at age 7 and that's it. He didn't score a goal in those two years, but he did hold the record for having the most consecutive games in which he ended up crying at some point during the game.

* You know when you are at a church function and someone starts praying for the dinner or something but you don't realize it and you just keep talking out loud to your buddy really loud and now everyone else has gotten quiet and is trying to shut you up but you obliviously keep talking...That has happened to him a lot.

* He has castrated a calf before..No lie.

* He delivered a baby once in a stuck elevator when he was only 12...No wait...That one actually was a lie.

That concludes part II of a look into the life of this blogger.. Part III will just be around the corner..

Aaron S.

Wednesday, January 19, 2005

We'd Better Start Preparing Ourselves


Get used to that face. We will see endless amounts of it in 08'. This will be the biggest showdown in Washington since the Civil War. Bring it on, I can't wait.

Now we better cleanse our eyes with a more pleasent picture...
Laurie Dhue from Fox News should do the trick:

Tuesday, January 18, 2005

Why I Have No Problem With Guns...

I've had some tell me that as a Christian I should have nothing to do with guns or weapons of any kind. I say nonsense.. That doesn't mean I have the right to go out and use it improperly or unsafely. Clearly murder would be an improper use, then again murder is always wrong. People kill, not Guns. As Larry The Cable Guy Said: "Blaming a killing on the gun is like blaming the pencil for spelling errors."We have laws that protect my gun ownership, and even more importantly we have a second amendment that ensures my right to actually have the gun in the first place.

Jesus may not have owned a gun, but I believe that he would have had no qualms against others owning them for the right reasons. Jesus actually told his disciples to buy weapons for self defense..take a look at Luke 22: 35-38: 35 He said to them, "When I sent you out without a purse, bag, or sandals, did you lack anything?" They said, "No, not a thing." 36 He said to them, "But now, the one who has a purse must take it, and likewise a bag. And the one who has no sword must sell his cloak and buy one. 37 For I tell you, this scripture must be fulfilled in me, "And he was counted among the lawless'; and indeed what is written about me is being fulfilled." 38 They said, "Lord, look, here are two swords." He replied, "It is enough."

I believe that God loves life and he does not take the senseless taking of a life as a good thing at all. In fact it angers him greatly. So we are called to protect life and do so with force if necessary. Now, when is force necessary...that is a question that I am not as eager to put out an opinion on because I honestly don't fully know. I wouldn't necessarily own a gun to protect wife and kids is a different story.
I have more to say on this subject, but Mark and Tim get mad if I make these posts too I'll make this a two parter. An obvious subject in part II will be the use of guns for hunting...

Talk to you later...LEAVE A COMMENT...Let's chat!

I'd Leave A Comment On Your Blog

So how come you don't leave one on mine?

That's all for tonight..I just watched Cape Fear and now I'm scared and I'm going to hide under the covers until daylight.

Saturday, January 15, 2005

Wichita: Ups And Downs

This town is my home. It's a good town...warts and all. Let's take a look at its highlights.

* Our mayor is a short little hispanic guy who can barely pronounce the name Wichita.

* Frank Lloyd Wright built a house here. I've never been inside, but I hear that there is a square toilet...oh wait, I think I just made that up.

* Our old mayor looked like W.C. Fields. I don't know whether he hated kids or not.

* I was born in a hospital that is a block away from a McDonalds...I don't think that's a coincidence. P.S. I love McDonalds.

* Kirstie Alley went to high school here....that high school was down the street from a Dairy Queen...I don't think that's a coincidence.

* I went to West high school on the south side and against all odds I was never stabbed.

Friday, January 14, 2005

Two Things That Have Angered Me Recently..

Anger is a gift.

* Republicans won the election and not by the smallest margin. But now we are letting the democrats try their same old tricks. We need to be on the offensive. It's time to let them know that we will fight useless change and dangerous flinching in the face desperate terrorists. We will not use world opinion to govern our nation. We will not yank God out of the public square because one atheist fakes offence at it. And yes I believe their "offence" is just a front for a deeper hatred of Christians as a whole.

* What is the deal with the liberal agenda blocking an alternate view other than evolution be taught in schools? What are they threatend by...truth and open-mindedness??? "Truth" and "open-mindedness" is supposedly their baby. What a bunch of liars. They want so badly to control our children's minds. Controlling our minds is the only way they can ever expect to get power because the American people don't stand for their slimy ways at the actual ballot box. This is why they use activist judges to circumvent the American voter. It's a crime and it should be confronted.

Wednesday, January 12, 2005

I'm Not Done Rubbing It In Yet

Bush Country....My America!

*note--The following rant works best if you imagine "Glory Glory Hallelujah" playing softly in the background.

I woke up this morning once again feeling grateful for what America did on November 2nd, 2004. We are all Americans whether we voted for Bush or not. And even if you want to joke and call us JesusLand...Just know that there's over 60 million of us and we will not be pushed by the wayside in the name of liberal socialism. We are not ready to become Western Europe. Some of us are perfectly willing to fight against mindless change that drags us closer to the death of the individual. Liberals are doing what they do out of so called "compassion for humanity". But what they won't tell you is that their need for a behemoth, tax-fed central government is the real passion they carry. The passion of handouts that help no one except those in power. The passion to create the problem they champion themselves fixers of. Socialism is the REAL name of the game...and forced government and individual mediocrity and poverty for all is what is sure to follow, not to mention the loss of individual right. Not if I can help it. Not on your life. Bring it on!

This is a paid message from Aaron S.

Tuesday, January 11, 2005

When I Was Small

When I Was small
I didn't know the world had fallen long ago
I stumbled often, fell from trees
Enjoyed the pride of bloodied knees
And banks were made for rolling down
Or sliding when the snow had come
My bones would bend more easily
Even when they broke they mended soon
And people gave me things to cheer me up
I once went sledging with a friend at night
He didn't trust the moon and he was right
It stipped away as we began our ride
But I was glad, I loved the dark
For all I cared we could have sledged into eternity
I wished that pale hissing dream would never end
It did - I have the scars
I still have all the scars from all the falls
And mainly on my knees
But somewhere deep inside
Where no one ever sees
I have some other scars that never seem to heal
The cause of them I cannot recall, but then
I didn't know the world had fallen long ago
When I was small

--Adrian Plass

Sunday, January 09, 2005

I'm back

Tennessee was fun. Here are some facts and highlights from the trip....

* The day before we left a huge ice storm engulfed Wichita knocking out power to much of Wichita for what was to be a week. I slept in the church on Wednesday night. It wasn't so bad. How many people can say they have 17 bathrooms and a full sized basketball court in their house?

* We slid on ice for half the trip to Tennessee. It was rather frightening...apparently Missouri has never heard of ice melt.

* My nieces and nephew were cuter than ever. I found out my nephew thinks I'm a doogie tookie head...whatever that means in his language.

* I found out that a couple of my cousins and an uncle are actually underground Bush supporters. Although we had to meet in a back alley to talk about it or be disowned and out of the will for sure.

* Tennessee has red dirt.

* A 38 revolver makes a beautiful echo in the woods outside my Grandad's house.

* McDonalds will actually serve you hamburgers 4 times in one day. They ought to have a punch card system that limits you. My veins are probably flowing with french fries right now.

* On the way back I drove from Poplar Bluff through Joplin Missouri and found out that most people do NOT know how to drive in that state.

* Contrary to popular belief, Tennessee and Kansas are not filled with toothless yokels from the backwoods....Arkansas, now that's the state you want to avoid...especially if you are planning on canoeing down any rivers near anyone playing a banjo...yikes.

See ya tomorrow,

Aaron S.

Wednesday, January 05, 2005

Tennessee Bound...

Hopefully it will be a safe and fun trip. Next post on Sunday.

Aaron S.

Tuesday, January 04, 2005

The Left Makes Me Proud To Be Right.

After reading Ann Coulter's column this week, I was once again reminded of the true lunacy of the left. The liberal wing of the democrat party isn't fooling as many people as they used to to be able to since Fox News and talk radio exposed them. This year their behavior surpassed anyone's expectations when it comes to ill intent. Let's review..

* They used Microsoft Word to come up with fake documents "proving" that Bush went AWOL during his stint in the Texas Air National Guard...The media refuses to follow up on who was responsible, and Dan Rather(not) still has his job.

* Sandy Berger who is the former national security advisor under Bill Clinton went into the national archieves alone, stuffed classified documents into his socks and then walked out. These papers would have proved that the administration did precious little about terrorism during the Clinton years, even turning down an offer from the Sudan to have Bin Laden handed over to U.S. custody. Berger attempted the cover-up in an effort to cover up history, a liberal staple....The media refuses to follow up on why this took place.

* Michael Moore (The fat man without a clue) claimed that there "is no terrorist threat", at a press conference that took place in a building a couple of blocks from ground zero in New York. The irony is incredible on this one.

* Fahrenheit 9-11 was released by Moore..a film so easy to debunk that a 17 year old girl did it directly after she saw it. I personally was able to debunk most of it with minimal research. Or you can just read here, here, or here or many many more websites that easily, and I mean easily debunk most of the points made in ALL his books and movies... A friend of mine claims that Michael Moore is offering $10,000 to anyone who can find one non-truth in Fahrenheit 9-11, but I can't find it anywhere on the web. Michael is too busy profiting off the deaths of others to be bothered enough to actually follow through on his word. The media gave Moore as much air-time as he wanted in order to spout this nonsense....although it must have cost them a fortune in upgrading to wide angle lenses.

There is just so much lunacy that is part of the mainstream of the democrat party. It's the same lunacy that helped us proud rightwingers win the election. I hope they keep it up in all honesty. I can't wait for Michael Moore's supposed sequel to F9-11 that is said to be on it's way. Bring it.

I think a regular feature on this blog will be to document the things liberals will do in order to gain power, The lack of conscience they exhibit, and the methods they use to blame America first in order to retain a grip on those more gullible among us. They make me more and more proud to be a member of the "vast right wing conspiracy"!

Aaron S.

Sunday, January 02, 2005

Saturday, January 01, 2005

2004: A Look Back

A review of 2004's highlights....

* We won! Bush defeats the French guy. Thank goodness we don't have to turn on our TV's and see that frankenstein looking guy staring back at us. His face was so full of botox that Rubbermaid was getting royalties.

* The gipper passed away. The man himself...there will never be another Ronald Reagan.

* I got this super fast computer (Thanks mom and dad!) And now you all get to suffer with my daily ramblings about Ronald Reagan, The U.N., and big noses.

* The NHL went on strike...No season this year. Now I have to watch boxing if I want to see guys hit each other.

* FBBC went Barf-free. That's right, not once in 2004 did I have to clean up puke. I hope 2005 we'll usher in my first 2 year run with out having to scrape up a street pizza off of the gym carpet. Blow groceries at home people!

* We went to CiCi's pizza far too many times. It's cheap, it's pizza...I get it...but let's toss a taco in there somewhere and mix it up a bit every so often.

* The Red Sox won the World Series. Now I can finally go back to not caring.

* The year of the nerd. The phenomenon known as Napoleon Dynamite was born. We watched it, we laughed, we bonded, we began quoting it non-stop, we annoyed Aaron.

* U2 put out it's 18th crappy CD. Congratulations guys! 20 years of consistantly bad music is quite a feat.

* Switchfoot invaded our radios. And then they never left. C'mon radio DJ's, We were meant to hear other stuff too.

* I received a ukulele for Christmas. Sweet, a whole new instrument to annoy people with!

* My friend Mark burned his 30th bag of microwave popcorn in my house. I think the neighbors are getting used to the smell. Now if I could only get used to what ever that odor is coming out of their apartments!

* Liberals lost their minds even further. They put fat fake-umentary film makers in their presidential box at the convention. They produced fake documents "proving" that Bush went AWOL. They wrote book after book claiming that Bush knew about 9-11 ahead of time, that he is targeting civilians, and that he once was in the same room with Hitler's cousin..therefore he helped kill the Jews.

* Lindsay Lohan continued not being hot.

* Evangeline Lily went ahead and remained hot.

Well...thanks for visiting in 2004 everyone.. I'm going to continue posting daily throughout 2005..or so is the plan. Tell a friend.

Aaron S.