27 febbraio 2007

Look what we found out!


No s**t.
Anyone with half a brain that was in high school in - or around - the 80's could have told you that.

Let's count.

How many of these quotes have any of you heard from the (self)vaunted, unbiased Main Stream Media?

"Where is the G-damn f**king flag? I want the G-damn f**king flag up every f**king morning at f**king sunrise."
(From the book "Inside The White House" by Ronald Kessler, p. 244 - Hillary to the staff at the Arkansas Governor's mansion on Labor Day, 1991)
"You sold out, you mother f**ker! You sold out!"
From the book "Inside" by Joseph Califano, p. 213 - Hillary yelling at Democrat lawyer.
"It's been said, and I think it's accurate, that my husband was obsessed by terrorism in general and al-qaida in particular."
(Hillary telling a post-9/11 world what a 'great' commander in chief her husband was; Dateline, NBC 4/16/2004.)
"I have to admit that a good deal of what my husband and I have learned [about Islam] has come from our daughter."
(TruthInMedia.org 8/8/1999 - Hillary at a White House function, proudly tells some Muslim groups she is gaining a greater appreciation of Islam because Chelsea was then taking a class on the "religion of peace")
"F**k off! It's enough that I have to see you shit-kickers every day, I'm not going to talk to you too!! Just do your G*damn job and keep your mouth shut."
(From the book "American Evita" by Christopher Anderson, p. 90 - Hillary to her State Trooper bodyguards after one of them greeted her with "Good morning."
"You f**king idiot."
(From the book "Crossfire" p. 84 - Hillary to a State Trooper who was driving her to an event.)
"If you want to remain on this detail, get your f**king ass over here and grab those bags!"
(From the book "The First Partner" p. 259 - Hillary to a Secret Service Agent who was reluctant to carry her luggage because he wanted to keep his hands free in case of an incident.)
"Get f**ked! Get the f**k out of my way!!! Get out of my face!!!"
(From the book "Hillary's Scheme" p. 89 - Hillary's various comments to her Secret Service detail agents.)
"Stay the f**k back, stay the f**k away from me! Don't come within ten yards of me, or else! Just f**king do as I say, Okay!!!?"
(From the book "Unlimited Access", by Clinton FBI Agent in Charge, Gary Aldrige, p. 139 - Hillary screaming at her Secret Service detail.)
"Many of you are well enough off that [President Bush's] tax cuts may have helped you. We're saying that for America to get back on track, we're probably going to cut that short and not give it to you. We're going to have to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
(Hillary grandstanding at a fund raising speech in San Francisco; SFGate.com 6/28/2004.)
"Why do I have to keep proving to people that I am not a liar?!"
(From the book "The Survivor," by John Harris, p. 382 - Hillary in her 2000 Senate campaign)
"Where's the miserable c*ck sucker?"
(From the book "The Truth About Hillary" by Edward Klein, p. 5 - Hillary shouting at a Secret Service officer)
"No matter what you think about the Iraq war, there is one thing we can all agree on for the next days - we have to salute the courage and bravery of those who are risking their lives to vote and those brave Iraqi and American soldiers fighting to protect their right to vote."
(Was posted on Hillary Clinton's senate.gov web site on 1/28/05)
"Put this on the ground! I left my sunglasses in the limo. I need those sunglasses. We need to go back!"
(From the book "Dereliction of Duty" p. 71-72 - Hillary to Marine One helicopter pilot to turn back while en route to Air Force One.)
"A right-wing network was after his presidency...including perverting the Constitution."
(To Barbara Walters about the Republicans who impeached her husband; 20/20, ABC 6/8/2003.)
"Son of a bitch."
(From the book "American Evita" by Christopher Anderson, p. 259 - Hillary's opinion of President George W. Bush when she found out he secretly visited Iraq just days before her highly publicized trip to Iraq)
"What are you doing inviting these people into my home? These people are our enemies! They are trying to destroy us!"
(From the book "The Survivor" by John Harris, p. 99 - Hillary screaming to an aide, when she found out that some Republicans had been invited to the Clinton White House)
"I mean, you've got a conservative and right-wing press presence with really nothing on the other end of the political spectrum."
(C-Span, 1/19/1997 - Hillary complains about the mainstream media, which are all conservatives in her opinion)
"Come on Bill, put your dick up! You can't f**k her here!!"
(From the book "Inside The White House" by Ronald Kessler, p. 243 - Hillary to Gov. Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female at an Arkansas political rally)
"You know, I'm going to start thanking the woman who cleans the restroom in the building I work in. I'm going to start thinking of her as a human being"
(From the book "The Case Against Hillary Clinton" by Peggy Noonan, p. 55)
"You show people what you're willing to fight for when you fight your friends."
(From the book "The Agenda" by Bob Woodward, ch. 14)
"We are at a stage in history in which remolding society is one of the great challenges facing all of us in the West."
(From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 119 - During her 1993 commencement address at the University of Texas)
"The only way to make a difference is to acquire power"
(From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 68 - Hillary to a friend before starting law school.)
"We just can't trust the American people to make those types of choices.... Government has to make those choices for people"
(From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 20 - Hillary to Rep. Dennis Hastert in 1993 discussing her expensive, disastrous taxpayer-funded health care plan)
"I am a fan of the social policies that you find in Europe"
Hillary in 1996" From the book "I've Always Been A Yankee Fan" by Thomas D. Kuiper, p. 76 - Hillary in 1996)

What's the old saying?
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me?
How 'bout...Fool me incessantly, and I get what I deserve?

Pegging the insane meter...

Ok, so when I first heard about this incident, I thought "Damn right, she got what she deserved!!" .....you could say I'm a tad bit bitter about a great many things.
After watching the entire thing, however, (it was alot like passing a wreck on the interstate. Can't. Look. Away.) it was just...creepy.

While I can appreciate the whole "embarrass her in front of everyone" approach, A) she held her own and B) the dude was, to paraphrase what she said, seriously mentally deficient.
Two words: get help.

  • Reality Redux:
Like I need to be more jaded?? The bastards.

26 febbraio 2007

No Respect

Why...the losing #1 drops to #2, of course...or 3...or 4th or 5th depending on the poll??!??


Had this been Duke or UNC, they might have probably stayed at number 1. But, since its UW, lets drop their ass so we dont have to talk about them anymore. What a joke.

And with all due respect to Peter, I couldn't believe that OSU wasn't making any fouls. The end stats were closer, but during the "run" it was obscene. This is a photo of the final shot.

You tell me.

23 febbraio 2007

Confusion abounds...

Could someone please tell me why this seems to be the only "referrer" to my site???

Any help would be appreciated.

If this is a porn thing, I wish I knew about it!

20 febbraio 2007

Choo, Choo!!!!

This just in: the insane train of global warming is officially de-railing.

What a freakin' joke.
Who do non-believers of Earth's demise complain to in ~30 years when all the doom and gloom global warmist apocalypse harbingers are proven wrong and nothing has changed?
Oh, that's right, there will be a different drumbeat by that election.
I'm sure their answer will be: we're still here because of the measures we took, dummy.
Get this through to you feeble little brains: humans are an infinitesimal speck on the metrics of this planet. Exhibit A.
Stupid lemmings.

17 febbraio 2007

It hurt...alot.

Well, I finally made it out to Mecca, or as you all refer to it as: Las Vegas.
I think the only way I can really relate to everyone how the trip was financially was to give a cliff’s notes play-by-play. Sorry for the length. Characters I met along the way might be for a later posting…

Day 1: Arrive at McCarran at 10. Enter poker tournament at the Stratosphere at midnite.
Bad decision. Holy waaaaaaay too aggressive for real money, Batman.
Short story: $65 entry fee….poof.
Continuing with crystal-clear thinking at 2 in the morning, I moved on to the
$1/$2 No-Limit cash game. After a $100 buy-in and 4 hours, I actually walked away with a
net plus of $750! Kick ass, right? Let’s just say the life of a junkie is a difficult one.

Day 1½: After 24+ hours of being up, I decided to get the cheapest room they had for 1 night. Played something called 3-card poker (mental note to self: if you find yourself playing a game you never actually played for money before, DON’T BET MOST OF YOUR WINNINGS.) I also swore to myself that I would not play any slots….yeah, that ended badly. Especially when you feel like you’re playing for “free” with winnings. This philosophy has gotten me in trouble before and I should really know better by now. Lose ~$300 by the time my buddy arrives later that day (don’t forget, that includes a nap and a hotel room).

Day 1¾: Mathew arrives and we get in on another tourney. We both are quickly eliminated and swear off poker forever (pfft…as if). I get into another cash game for $100 buy-in and am quickly up to $350. Missed seeing a full house, and lost all of it. Gotta love no-limit.

Day 2: Mathew’s grandparents (who we are staying with the rest of the week, thank God) take us to a newly built casino and buy us lunch.
Nice, I finally feel like a bit of a winner.
They then take us to another local casino where we enter another tournament. Mathew actually won that one!! 53 people, $40 buy-in. I lose with 2 tables left because a guy cracked my pocket Aces with 10-8 off and pulled 2 pair on the flop…..but I digress because of my bitterness. Me: more money lost on slots and any other card game I could find.

Day 2 ½: After feeling completely thrashed by casinos, Mathew and I decide to try yet another card game for the first time: Pai Gow. 6 hours and a net win for me of $5 and Mathew’s net win of $11, we felt like the king’s of the world. We’ve found a new game: little cost, hours of fun and free drinks. KICK ASS.

Day 3: Mathew says to me: “Hey, lets play ‘Let it ride.’” Again, never played this one before…and I will never play it again. Net big loss.

Day 3½: We decided to kick it “old school” and headed off to the Sahara. Ever heard of a game called “3-5-7 Poker?” Yeah, me neither. See note above.
Then I see this table with one older lady as the dealer. I say “This can’t be what I think it is?!?!!” Mathew says: “Hell yes it is! I’m doing it to say I did it, you look for the ‘Guess the number game like in Vegas Vacation!!”
The game was “Casino War.” It cost $5…per card. Yes, like the kids game. Ouch.
He gets the first card: 4. Dealer: 5. Dealer takes his $5, thanks for playing. Mathew looks up at me with a “what the hell just happened???” look on his face. I’m laughing so hard that I’m crying. The ‘pit boss’ comes over to see what I was laughing at, and chuckles a bit himself.
Incredulous and undaunted, Mathew presses on for another 5 bucks.
He gets another 4. Dealer gets a Jack. You lose again, thanks for playing.
I am now laughing so hard, I’m on my knees. Mathew stands in a huff and storms off. I try to call him back to show him my camaraderie by also betting $10 dollars. He doesn’t hear and continues to walk away.
I sit down at the table with the pit boss staring bemused by the whole incident and the librarian of a dealer stoically taking our money. As he’s walking back, he sees me and starts razzing me and laughing.
The laughter stops momentarily and then intensifies when he realizes I’m actually up $50! I actually decided to cut short my dominance and walk out on top. Again, thank God.
As the night progressed, however, I managed to deplete whatever funds I had.
Bad news, considering it was Saturday night and my plane was leaving Monday midnight.
Damn you to hell, Vegas.

Day 4-5: This part gets a little hazy as I was awake from 9:00 am Sunday to midnight Monday. Here’s what I recall: I stayed awake Sunday night and watched a rather good show featuring 3 lovely and talented ladies. I called my girlfriend on Monday morning to appraise her of my financial situation…and go figure, she was not amused or pleased. I begged for her to lend me $100 so I could go to the cash poker table and attempt to win it back. She did so, reluctantly, and I walked away with a big profit (theme of the week: thank God). I had decided previously that I would spend $20 at an airport slot before I left (I was assuming I would have it, of course).
I walked up to a “Wheel of Fortune” machine, lamenting to the older lady next to me how I hate slots and I never win. She told me I “had to be positive.” Those of you that know me know how difficult this can be for me, so on one of my spins I asked her to spin for me……………holy crap, it hit! With the winnings at the slots, I managed to make the week a net wash.
Went and collected my money and quickly boarded the plane.
Sayonara, Vegas! A wash means I beat you! Good riddance!

I think I’m going back in July….

06 febbraio 2007


Not that anyone actually reads this, but....I'm Audi 'til next Wednesday.

Poker tables, here I come...please don't hurt me.

The follies of youth.

As far back as I can remember, I've wanted to fly. As I got older, I moved on from just flying to wanting to fly F-18's and eventually, be in the space program. Going into outer space was, and is, my dream. In high school, I realized that if I want to persue my dream, the route would have to be a fighter pilot in the Navy.
Slight problem I did not foresee: I had the vision of Mr. Magoo.
Galactically bad eyesight kept me from flying.
All I'm saying is, I just think it would have caused less problems than this!!

Hell, I could have done that!!
As a matter of fact, in college.........ahem...sorry, but I digress.

05 febbraio 2007


Schools are closed in alot of areas around Milwaukee today because....wait for it....it's just too darn cold.
(Prepare for an old fogey moment...) When I was in school it closed once. It was so bad that whether they were closed or not, my dad called from his work to tell my mom not to send us. To put it in perspective, the whole "parting of the Red Sea" thing was child's play.
And now we close (boohoo..) "because its just too chilly."
I'm sure the rocket scientists in charge will cancel school the rest of winter 'CAUSE WE'RE IN FREAKIN' WISCONSIN, AND IT'S USUALLY COLD IN WINTER!
What the hell??!?

The reason they closed schools was a worry over children not having mittens and scarves.
Get real you numbnut nannies.
How many of those children "without" hats or gloves have parents that have TV's, cell phones, nice jewelry, etc., etc.??
No, this is just another way for the nanny state to take over your life.
So, since a minority of parents can't seem to dress their children appropriately for cold weather, we'll just cancel it for everyone.
Just like dodgeball, right?
How many kids today are out to a friend's house, a mall, snowball fighting, etc.?
(Prepare for old fogey moment 2..) I remember having the same arguement with my mom, too: "Mom! The schools have heat! I only need to be outside for a second! Come on!"

02 febbraio 2007

Start your engines....

Last nite, Mr. Real Debate held his in aldermanic campaign kick-off soirée.
It was good to see Uncle Fred again and I am glad that he is joining the political arena. (Yes, I refer to him as "uncle"...I mean look at him! That's such a textbook uncle look, isn't it??!?)
Anyhow...Fred is a fairer man than most realize, and I wish him all the best. Please drop by his "other" site and drop some funds his way.

All the best of luck, uncle Fred. Wish I could vote for ya.

01 febbraio 2007

Those of you....

...that thought you could avoid the "thought police", I give you this:

Washington Released from Rehab
Troubled Grey's Anatomy star Isaiah Washington has been released from a rehabilitation facility after a week of counseling for his repeated use of a homophobic slur. The star, who plays Dr. Preston Burke on the hit series, is expected to return to the set today. Washington, who will continue to receive outpatient counseling, caused an altercation on the show's set in October when he used a homosexual slur to refer to cast member TR Knight. He stirred up the controversy once again during a Golden Globes press conference when he used the term again while talking about the incident.

He said something beyond stupid: check.
He said it more than once: check
He took drugs, was violent towards someone or wished someone physical harm: not so much...
This guy may be an idiot, but to go to "rehab" so he can be "reprogrammed" to not hurt someone's feelings.....whoa, daddy!
Get ready to go to rehab if you refer to a Native-American as an "injun."
Unless, of course, you are a legislator from Wisconsin.