Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Take That PETA

I don't know if it's my stone cold conservative heart or my love of entertainment but I have never had a problem with holding animals in captivity and making them do stuff for my amusement. At the Kansas state fair they used to have these quarter machines where different kinds of small animals were trained to do tricks. Like the one where a live chicken would be inside a small glassed in box and when you put a quarter in the slot a light came on and he was forced to do tricks. I must have spent 5 bucks there.
Or this doesn't bother me either...

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Fun Fact

I lost playing Uno with my friends the other night. I always lose. I always choose the wrong opponent... Like that one time when I challenged that monk to the quiet game.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Old Action Movies

Maybe it's just the fact that everything in the past seems so cliche and out of fashion, but I just realized that every spy movie from the 50's and 60's was the same. I just finished North by Northwest which was a great movie, but I love the way they are chasing each other at gunpoint wearing full dress suits. Was life really like that back then? Did everyone wear a suit when they were doing anything but gardening?
And why is it that every spy movie is always about some sort of microfilm? The bad guy is always after the microfilm. In North by Northwest they never even explain what's on the microfilm or why it's so important. Maybe it was government secrets.

P.S. North by Northwest is filled with sexual innuendo. And check out the very last scene. If that isn't a big sexual reference than I don't know what is. Hitchcock must have been a closet perv.

Saturday, May 27, 2006

What's In My CD Player?

Well actually my Mp3 player...

All those albums rock!

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

4 Quick Observations

1. I'm reading the Da Vinci code right now and I just have to say, anyone who believes that lump of garbage is just not a thinking person. Everything written in history surrounding the beginnings of the church completely refute Dan Brown's claims. Saying the real truth is covered up is not proof that the conspiracy theory holds any water. 99.9% of all conspiracy theories are false, this one is no exception. That being said, Mr. Brown is a talented writer, I can't put the book down. If only he could set aside his liberal, Christian hating agenda.

2. I actually watch American Idol. I feel lame but I'm hooked. Two words... Soul Patrol!

3. I hate it when people start posts and don't finish them.


Monday, May 22, 2006

The Mentos and Diet Coke Experiment: The Next Level

I don't know if any of you have heard that if you put mentos into a Diet Coke Bottle it has a violent reaction and is pretty cool to watch. Well these kids took it to the next level and I think it's worth noting...

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Fun Facts

* Each year Wichita has an event called the River Festival. It's supposed to be a fun filled week of activities, parades, concerts, and fireworks, but it always turns out to be a week filled with cut off jean shorts, tube tops, and one-toothed wierdos playing hackysack and whistling at your girlfriend.

* My gym locker combination in middle school was 4, 8, 15, 16, 23, 42. And my Gym coach was named John Locken-Heimer and the assistant coach's name was Jin Hurley. And once during recess we found a hatch on the playground but we coudn't get it open. And Evangaline Lily is hot.

* I wonder what the symbol for Metallica is on the periodic table.

* That last one was really stupid.

Monday, May 15, 2006

Stupidest Conspiracy Theory Ever...

The only reason I am posting this is to show you how far some people's dillusions about Bush have gone. Otherwise this is a complete waste of your time. It's called Loose Change, and it is taken seriously by every person without two cents worth of brains. Honestly the claims made in this facade documentary are laughable and demonstrably false. Enjoy...

Thursday, May 11, 2006

Fun Facts

* Now Iran is trying to get crazy with ese. Don't they know we're loco? Maybe we better get the jail cell next to Saddam cleaned out. It's probably storage currently, but I bet if we moved that stuff we could make room for yet another murderous dictator.

* Last night I went to sleep knowing there was a moth flying around my room. I had nightmares of falling asleep with my mouth open and the moth thinking it was a cave to go spelunking in. I would have never forgiven that moth if he flew in there.

* People yell at me because I put too much milk in the macaroni and cheese. And you know what I say? Shut up and drink your cheese milk!

* Phil Hendrie is retiring from radio on June 23rd. That makes me sad. As Phil would say, It's got me all in a heap. I think I'll get a piece of fat and slide off.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Due To A Severe Lack Of Time Today To Post Anything Of Substance...

Please enjoy this video of the Flinstones theme being played with hand farts. (Manualism...that's right the art of the hand fart has an actual title.)

Friday, May 05, 2006

The Mothers Day Gift

Tucker and Brad show their love for their mother by taking a photo. This is from and it is simply hilarious. Maybe it's just my kind of humor but either way, you must watch...

Thursday, May 04, 2006

Judge Orders San Diego Cross Removed

crossposted from Stop The ACLU!


Ruling on a 15-year-old ACLU case, a federal judge today ordered the city of San Diego to remove a mountain-top cross within 90 days or face a fine of $5,000 a day.

U.S. District Judge Gordon Thompson said, "It is now time, and perhaps long overdue, for this court to enforce its initial permanent injunction forbidding the presence of the Mount Soledad cross on city property," the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

Thompson ruled in 1991 the Mount Soledad cross violates the so-called "separation of church and state" but the case has remained in courts and become an issue of public policy for more than a decade.

ACLU lawyer James McElroy believes San Diego officials finally will give up their fight.

"I don't think the city has its heart in taking more action," he said, according to the paper.

A city lawyer argued during the hour-long court hearing today that citizens had voted for transfer of the land under the cross.

Proposition A, passed by 75 percent in July, called for the city to donate the cross to the federal government as the centerpiece of a veterans memorial.

The ballot initiative came about after the city refused to donate the cross and memorial to the federal government. A group called San Diegans for the Mount Soledad National War Memorial took just 23 days to gather 105,000 signatures.

In a ruling now on appeal, however, a Superior Court judge found the transfer unconstitutional.

The Union-Tribune said the group behind the public vote on transfer likely will appeal Thompson's decision.

The 29-foot cross has stood on Mount Soledad as the center of a war memorial on city land since 1954. The first cross on the site was built in 1913.

A bill authorizing the federal government to take over the memorial was authored by Republican U.S. Reps. Duncan Hunter and Randy Cunningham. President Bush signed the bill into law in December.

The ACLU are constantly seeking to censor America's history. In my interview with former ACLU lawyer, Rees Lloyd, it was described to me with clarity.

Lloyd said:
The ACLU has become a fanatical anti-faith Taliban of American religious secularism."
"The ACLU is involved in the secular cleansing of our history. This is not just a fight about free exercise, but about the protection of our American history. The ACLU want to deny America the knowledge of their Christian heritage."

Or, as Alan Sears says: The ACLU is America's number one religious censor.

The ACLU and the judicial activists are destroying our heritage, and they are doing it with our tax dollars. Join us, and the American Legion to urge Congress to put a stop to this. Support Congressman Hostettler's legislation to stop taxpayer funding of the ACLU.

Sign the Petition To Stop Taxpayer Funding of the ACLU.

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