September 30, 2004

The Debate Debate

With 32 pages of stupid rules that both sides asked for and agreed on, what can one say about this other than the fact it seemed like a can of instant water.

I was wondering what Kerry and Bush said as they greeted and shook hands.
One scenario about this was like the scene from "Grumpy Old Men:"

"Hiya Dickhead"

"Hello Moron"

Then when one or another looked annoyed at what the other was saying, I would envision them saying "Whatcha Talkin' 'bout Willis ?"

I knew Kerry was a "Master Debater" (Hee hee, I had fun trying to say those two words.)

IMHO, I thought Kerry came out strong, but there is one underlying thing about him that bugs me: His Voting Record vs. What he says.

I thought Bush seemed uncertain at times.

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September 29, 2004

Head Slapper

You know of a time when you encounter something or somebody so stupid that you can only slap your forehead in disbelief?
I was reminded of this particular incident yesterday, you won't believe this....

One day earlier this year a female co-worker (about 33 years old) appeared to be in some discomfort. She was rubbing her lower abdomen.
Then it happened:

She asks me "Do you ever have that problem when your ovaries hurt?"
The stupidity stunned me. Then she asked again:
"Do you ever have that problem when your ovaries hurt?"

I responded "I don't have ovaries."
"You don't?" she asked "Why?"
"Because I am a male, we have something called 'testicles' instead of ovaries."
(By now I am having trouble keeping a straight face.)
"Guys don't have ovaries also?"
"No, we don't"
"I didn't know that."

I walked away in a catatonic stupor. I was thinking she was pulling a joke, but she wasn't.

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September 28, 2004

Hoover "Damn"

Somebody called the cops and said he killed his girlfriend in a Vegas hotel room. About the same time Hoover Dam Police noticed a man sitting on the top of the 700 foot structure.
Treasure Island Hotel security entered the room and verified the murder.
After talking to cops for several hours, he stood up and did a "Peter Pan" off the top.
He hit the dam several times on the way down.
I have been at the bottom of the dam on a tour, I can't imagine why people would do that.

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End of an era

The famed Ponderosa Ranch from Bonanza has closed forever. That totally sucks, I never got to visit it :(

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September 26, 2004

49ers Shut Out

Hee hee- 34-0 :D

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September 25, 2004

Teacher sends home shit

This is no figure of speech:

DALLAS -- A teacher is on paid administrative leave after sending a first-grader home with feces in his backpack because the boy went to the bathroom on the classroom floor.

The teacher apparently was frustrated with the 6-year-old student's actions so wrapped up the waste and sent it home with the boy Tuesday along with a note, Dallas school district spokesman Donald Claxton said.

Claxton declined to identify the teacher at Gabe P. Allen Elementary School.

"It generally appears the teacher was trying to help raise awareness with the family," Claxton said. "It's just an unfortunate incident. Unfortunately, she took this course of action."

Yeah, no shit sherlock!

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September 24, 2004

Mature Joke

Continue only if you dare:

What is the ultimate rejection?
Having your hand fall asleep while masturbating.

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September 23, 2004

Body Identified

The human corpse found near here last week has been identified as a missing woman from Carson City. This still gives me the creeps.

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We have this dumbass where I work. She's been there about 5 years, seems to call off when she gets a hangnail. She still doesn't know how to read the damn work schedule. Shed didn't show up today, probably called because she has a sideways fart she can't get rid of.
I've been there 11 years, and misread the schedule once.

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September 22, 2004

Rathergate and Boobgate

This was a bad week at CBS, renamed by me- "Creative Bull Shit."

He should resign. CBS sucks because of him; and I can never take him seriously again. He makes the tabloids look good.
Now they have been fined for the super bowl boob flash. I can't see why, because there is no proof that CBS planned it. If anyone should pay a fine, it should be Janet.
I was watching when that all happened. I remember laughing because I realized I saw a live blooper.
I wasn't traumatized, just amused.

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September 21, 2004


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You should look up another word: "Castrate."

Human Fucking Pig.

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September 20, 2004

Together at Last

She married and had 13 children. Her husband died. She married
again and
had 7 more children. Again, her husband died. But, she remarried
and this
time had 5 more children.
Alas, she finally died.
Standing before her coffin, the preacher prayed for her. He thanked
Lord for this very loving woman and said, "Lord, they're finally
One mourner leaned over and quietly asked her friend, "Do you think
means her first, second or third husband?"
The friend replied, "I think he means her legs."

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September 19, 2004

Happy Happy Shit Shit

The weather suddenly turned south on us. I opened my garage to go to work before 6 AM and was startled to see a wet driveway.
It is now past noon and only 56 degrees.
There is a snow advisory for eastern Nevada above 6000 feet. Somewhat unusual for September.

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September 18, 2004

Shake, Rattle and Roll

We had an earthquake at 4:02 PM. It measured 5.5 and was centered southwest of Hawthorne,Nevada. It rattled this area. I sure hope to hell it wasn't a precurser to a bigger quake.

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September 17, 2004

Somebody Get Me a Barf Bag

What troubles me is that there is a word for this. I had heard about the story on the radio. I hate to mention this because I will get all sorts of perverts googling to my site with this subject but here it goes:

California Governor Schwarzenegger signed into law this week a measure that would make sex with a dead person illegal.
Geezus of Nazareth.... they have to make a law against this shit?
Since it is unsolicited sex, wouldn't that be called "rape"?
The word associated with this is "Necrophilia."
I think it is a good law, but I guess we should blame the lawyers for making this law necessary.

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Cool Bumper Sticker

I saw this on a truck today. I would get it, but I have a 13 year old:

"Practice Safe Sex. Go Fuck Yourself."

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Grisly Discovery

Seems ironic that I spoke of bad local news yesterday:

A local woman was walking her dog late in the evening at a remote location near here. Her dog ran up ahead of her, and returned with a human arm in it's mouth.

A search of the area recovered human skeletal remains and a bra.

The attention has turned to a woman who disappeared from Carson City on November 10 2003.
Her blood spattered son was found wandering in a parking lot in Dayton, Nevada the same day.
He said his "mommy was dead" and the blood on him matched his mother's.

After the news aired last night, I drove to the general area where this discovery was made, and it is no wonder how this could have gone undetected for so long. It's about 8 miles away from my home, in a very sandy area of the desert.
There was a mobile command post and about 6 ATVs in the area.
It gives me the heebie jeebies.

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In memory- 1930-1999

Even though he was my former father in law, he never gave me any trouble. He died 5 years ago today, at this moment, on his 69th birthday.

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September 16, 2004

Bad month in local news

I want to crawl under my bed and let the world go by:

On September 2nd, a former female cop I knew went the wrong way onto the freeway in Northern California. She managed to get into the fast lane and crashed head on into another vehicle. Those occupants survived, the woman I knew did not.

I know she had some difficult times, and I hate to say this, but it almost sounds like a suicide.

Last Friday a 14 year old boy was showing his 14 year old friend a .12 gauge shotgun. The gun went off, blowing the other boy's head off.

A few days ago a former co-worker was arrested for statutory sexual seduction. I want to smack him upside his stupid head.

A few days ago I saw an obituary for a 17 year old boy who died "following a lengthy battle with cancer." Age 17 ? Lengthy battle? Damn- what age was he when he was diagnosed?
That is really shitty.

Today there is an obituary for a baby born Sept. 5, 2004 and died on September 13th.
That would kill me.

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Tiresome news

Do you ever hear the news and get so tired of the same damn stories you turn it off ?

Here is what I tune out:

Michael Jackson.
(He's a freak- deal with it.)

Lori Peterson Murder Case.
(Either he did it, or he is the stupidest man on earth to have an affair with the less attractive woman.)

( They would lighten a room by leaving it,)

Bush National Guard Documents
( Now that they have been traced to a Kinko's in Abilene,Texas, what does CBS do now ? I think CBS stands for "CREATIVE BULL SHIT" ! )

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Walking on Clouds

After having the stents removed, I feel like walking on clouds. I even went and did 30 minutes on an Elliptical Trainer today, and some punishing leg presses. I'm a bit tired, but pleased with myself.
The bi-lateral stents were a bitch, I could only do like 10 or 15 minutes on a treadmill and they would scratch the inside of my bladder so bad I would pee blood for the rest of the day.
Some people are unaware of what a stent is, so here is a link for you to see what they are:

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September 14, 2004

The Big Queasy

All I can say is "Oh Shit!"
If Hurricane Ivan hits New Orleans, some estimates say the city could be under up to 20 feet of water.
Somebody tell me what type of moron would want a house in a city that is up to 7 feet below sea level on the Gulf Coast in a hurricane prone area?
Worse yet- what kind of dumbass would refuse to evacuate?
This looks like "The Perfect Storm."

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September 13, 2004

Pain Free at Last :)

After 334 days, I am pain free :) On Oct. 15, 2003 when I had a lithotripsy done, they inserted bi-lateral stents in both ureters. The ends of the stents were in the bladder, so I felt an urge to pee almost constantly since then. I couldn't go on the treadmill without the damn things scratching the inside of the bladder and causing bleeding.
I feel like dancing :)

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September 12, 2004

Men will be men

Three guys in a San Fransisco bar are arguing about who is "well endowed."
They agree to end this discussion once and for all....

So they go to the Golden Gate Bridge, unzip their flies and let it all hang out.
The first man stands proud, and says "See? I am am half way to the water."
The second man says "Damn, this water is cold."
The third man says "Yeah, it's deep too!"

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Dumb as a turd in water

This whole thing with the apparent forged National Guard documents sure has some people sweating. Dan Rather has painted himself into a corner.
The head of the DNC is whining that they were set up. If that is the case, then they are admitting to being utterly stupid.
The senator from Iowa has jumped all over it with glee.
I get the sense they have opened a can of snakes.
Oddly enough, bloggers are being credited for discrediting the documents.
Read on....

Another retired Air National Guard officer is attacking CBSNEWS credibility. Retired Maj. Gen. Bobby W. Hodges, who was cited by a senior CBS official on Thursday as the network's "trump card" in verifying the documents, said in an interview that he was "misled" by CBS and believed the documents to be forgeries.

Hodges said that he was read only excerpts of the documents and never saw the documents. A CBS spokesman said the network stands by its report.

Now This:
(boldface added)

By Pete Slover
The Dallas Morning News

AUSTIN, Texas — The man named in a disputed memo as exerting pressure to "sugarcoat" George W. Bush's military record left the Texas Air National Guard a year and a half before the memo supposedly was written, his service record shows.
An order obtained by The Dallas Morning News shows that Col. Walter "Buck" Staudt was honorably discharged March 1, 1972. CBS News reported this week that a memo in which Staudt was described as interfering with officers' negative evaluations of the future president's service was dated Aug. 18, 1973.

Bloggers Driving the document debate:

Pete Slover Article

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September 11, 2004


I left home about 8:30 this morning, and came back to a neatly mowed lawn. I have no idea who did it.... but it is appreciated :)

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"Daddy, Is This a War?"

Three years ago, at this moment, it all started.
On the first anniversary of 911, the Reno Gazette Journal asked people to submit their experiences on that infamous day.
This is what I submitted, and they published it. I am surprised the link still works :)
You can also find out what my real name is ;) People usually don't believe that's my name because there was an infamous author by the same name.

Here it is, with what I really said in parenthesis.

I awakened at 6:15 AM that morning to the very concerned voice of Ross Mitchell on KKOH- in my haze I remembered the words "Fire- explosion- World Trade Center."
I jumped out of bed and turned the TV on to the sight of one of the towers on fire. Without realizing a tape was being shown, I saw the shadowy silhouette of the second plane come roaring in and exploding in the second tower.( I yelled "HOLY SHIT!!)

Soon, my then-10-year-old daughter Rachel was awake. Sensing my horror she asked what was going on. As I did my best to explain this to her, I heard

"We have confirmation of an explosion at the Pentagon" on the TV.

We sat and watched … by this time I had hung my American Flag outside.

Then the first tower collapses … we saw it live on TV … I am getting angry and sick to my stomach … then news of United Flight 93 crashing in Pennsylvania. ( I said "JESUS H. CHRIST!")

I am asking out loud "What in the hell is going on??"

I start wondering if I should keep Rachel home from school but decide to send her anyway.

As the second tower collapsed around 7:28 a.m. I remember gasping a 4-letter word,( I yelled "OH FUCK!!"), and then my daughter says something that really blew my mind, making me realize how mature and aware she is of things.

She asks, "Daddy, is this a war?"

Quite stunned, I looked at her and simply said, "Yes."

She then muttered, "Somebody messed with the wrong country!"

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September 10, 2004

Forgotten by the pacifists

There was this email debate going on about whether we should have attacked Iraq or Afghanistan, and I got pissed off. The more I wrote this, the more angry I got. Here is what I said:

While everybody blasts the USA, nobody is demonstrating against Saddam, or British Prime Minister Tony Blair.

This is about anti-americanism, and anti-"Bush-ism".

Has anyone seen the
perverted sexually oriented protest signs of the President ? That makes
famed photo of bin Laden and Bert from "Sesame Street" look intelligent.

Funny how when Clinton said Saddam must be stopped in 1998, nobody batted
an eye. Now that we are taking his suggestion- it is suddenly "Rabid
Cowboy" Bush.

Funny how Clinton wasn't a "Rabid Pervert" when he was "doing his thing"
in the White House.

Funny how when Clinton and NATO were clobbering Belgrade for about 70
days- there were no demonstrations.

Funny how when Clinton attacked an aspirin factory in Khartoum, Sudan-
nobody batted an eye.

Nearly everybody killed there was black- but nobody
gave a hoot. Now Bush is a so called Racist for "wanting to kill Iraqis."

Yet Clinton is touted as "The First Black President." He killed more
blacks in Africa than any president.(By virtue of attacking the asprin factory in Sudan)

If we followed the mindset of "war is not justified in any case", we would
still have slaves and plantations, and the Civil War would not have

Funny how Bin Laden kills blacks in African Embassy bombings, and people
of all races and nationalities on September. 11, 2001; and nobody
demonstrates against him.

Oh- but I forgot- September. 11, 2001 doesn't exist in the minds of
liberals and pacifists.

In their minds- we deserved the attack.

The two large holes at ground zero do not exist in the minds of liberals
and pacifists.

They feel the Pentagon attack was justified because it is "a military

A hole in a hallowed field in Pennsylvania means nothing to them either.

The blood of 3000+ murdered people crying from the ground falls on their
deaf ears.

The sickening thuds of those who fell to their deaths meant nothing to you pacifists.
You're probably pissed they littered the ground, and the burning towers polluted the air.

Those who are of this mindset have no defense to this, therefore they
become shrill and start name calling and blowing smoke to cloud the

Yet- if they are so ashamed of this country, and demonstrate against it
everything it stands for; why do they hide behind the American Flag and
claim "freedom of speech" ?
Isn't that called "hypocritical?"

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Somewhere Over Pittsburgh

Continuing with tributes to 911 with another poem.

Somewhere Over Pittsburgh by Ralph Dahma* * Something happened Tuesday morning, Somewhere over Pittsburgh.*

We may never really know
Just exactly what transpired,
But this much is surely so:
A Nation was inspired.*

It was just another morning,
When from Newark they departed.
Then suddenly, without warning,
It seemed Armageddon started.*

They were businessmen and mothers,
Not soldiers in the sky.
Fathers, sons and brothers,
Just like you and I.*

"Should I watch the movie, or just rest?"
Seemed to be their biggest worry.
No one knew there'd be a test,
Or that this would be their moment of glory.*

Something happened Tuesday morning,
Somewhere over Pittsburgh.*

Someone shouted 'They've got knives!'
The movie no longer mattered.
Their dreams, their plans, their lives,
In an instant could be shattered.*

Those who could, picked up the phone,
To say I love you, perhaps farewell.
But soon they learned they weren't alone;
The whole nation had entered Hell.*

Was it really true?
They've destroyed New York's Twin Towers?!?
And then right away they knew,
They had minutes, seconds...not hours.*

'We need to do something now,
We need to act as one.'
'Let's take a vote, let's figure out how,
But we know what must be done.'*

Something happened Tuesday morning,
Somewhere over Pittsburgh.*

Where did they get the courage just then?
Was it from family, from church, from school,
Whatever the reason, they acted like men,
And bravely stood up, as Americans.*

There must have been a battle,
But neither side would yield.
The plane began to rattle,
Then slammed into a field.*

They didn't plan on being heroes,
But what heroes ever do?
Now the rest of the world knows,
What Americans, united, can do.*

So if your hero is some celebrity,
Or the guy who can hit one out,
Look to the skies above the Steel City,
And remember what heroes are all about.*

Something happened Tuesday morning,
Somewhere over Pittsburgh.*

For here's the rest of the story,
And the reason these folks we espouse:
Somewhere over Pittsburgh, Tuesday morning,
These brave Americans saved the White House.*

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The Power of One

Another poem from 911. I am unsure of who the author is.

As the soot and dirt and ash rained down,
We became one color.
As we carried each other down the stairs of the
burning building,
We became one class.
As we lit candles of waiting and hope,
We became one generation.
As the firefighters and police officers fought> their way into the inferno,
We became one gender.
As we fell to our knees in prayer for strength,
We became one faith.
As we whispered or shouted words of
We spoke one language.
As we gave our blood in lines a mile long,
We became one body.
As we mourned together the great loss,
We became one family.
As we cried tears of grief and loss,
We became one soul.
As we retell with pride of the sacrifice of
We become one people.

We are
One color
One class
One generation
One gender
One faith
One language
One body
One family
One soul
One people

We are The Power of One.
We are united.
We are America.

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September 09, 2004

Not our Father's Germany

This made some waves, and I wish I could post the photo that came with the message.
This was when Germany was helping us out, before they became sissified.

This is an e-mail from an Ensign stationed aboard the USS Winston

Dear Dad, Well, we are still out at sea, with little direction as to what our next priority is. The remainder of our port visits, which were to be centered around max liberty and goodwill to the United Kingdom, have all but been canceled. We have spent every day since the attacks going back and forth within imaginary boxes drawn in the ocean, standing high-security watches, and trying to make the best of our time. It hasn't been that fun I must confess, and to be even more honest, a lot of people are frustrated at the fact that they either can't be home, or we don't have more direction right now. We have seen the articles and the photographs, and they are sickening. Being isolated as we are, I don't think we appreciate the full scope of what is happening back home, but we are definitely feeling the effects.

About two hours ago the junior officers were called to the bridge to conduct
Shiphandling drills. We were about to do a man overboard when we got a call
from the LUTJENS(D185), a German warship that was moored ahead of us on the
pier in Plymouth, England. While in port, the WINSTON S CHURCHILL and the
LUTJENS got together for a sports day/cookout on our fantail, and we made
some pretty good friends.

Now at sea they called over on bridge-to-bridge, requesting to pass us close
up on our port side, to say good-bye. We prepared to render them honors on
the bridgewing, and the Captain told the crew to come topside to wish them
farewell. As they were making their approach, our Conning Officer announced
through her binoculars that they were flying an American flag.

As they came even closer, we saw that it was flying at half-mast. The bridge
wing was crowded
with people as the Boatswain's Mate blew two whistles-Attention to Port-the
ship came up
alongside and we saw that the entire crew of the German ship were manning
the rails, in their dress blues.

They had made up a sign that was displayed on the side that read "We Stand
By You". Needless to say there was not a dry eye on the bridge as they
stayed alongside us for a few minutes and we cut our salutes. It was
probably the most powerful thing I have seen in my entire life and more than
a few of us fought to retain our composure. It was a beautiful day outside
today. We are no longer at liberty to divulge over unsecure e-mail our
location, but we could not have asked for a finer day at sea. The German
Navy did an incredible thing for this crew, and it has truly been the
highest point in the days since the attacks. It's amazing to think that only
a half-century ago things were quite different, and to see the unity that is
being demonstrated throughout Europe and the world makes us all feel proud
to be out here doing our job. After the ship pulled away and we prepared to
begin our man overboard drills the Officer of the Deck turned to me and said
"I'm staying Navy."

I'll write you when I know more about when I'll be home, but for now, this
is probably the best news that I could send you. Love you guys.

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Email Angst

This is some emails that came my way in the hours and days after 911. I edited names out so they may remain anonymous.
The first series of messages came from somebody who lost a friend in the Pentagon Attack. I'm pretty sure I knew the victim also, just not as well.

This person I met in Germany almost 16 years ago, she is like my sister,
best friend and confidant. I feel robbed!!

She has red hair, 4 kids and a husband who is in pieces.

She is 45, from SanBernadino, but I think she may be buried at the
military cemetery. Her son told me today that they may not even have remains
because of the jet fuel. I can't believe all of this.

I just talked to her husband and daughter, he is falling
apart,.............the worst damn thing is that there is absolutely nothing,
nothing that I can do or say to make him feel any better, nothing. I just
listened to him cry. I feel so empty.

I am really worried about that, he depends on her so much! He was
breaking apart on the phone, and did mention that he can't go on much longer
without her.

This came from a sane liberal friend of mine:

It's time to exercise ALL of our Military options !!!!!!!!!!!!!!,Anyone affilliated with Terrorism !!!!!


From Elmendorf AFB,Alaska:

I can't begin to tell you all the stuff I am seeing, all the cargo
planes on the base next door are going crazy moving "equipment", it could be
rescue supplies, or maybe something else? Who knows where it is going, the
airstrip is under heavy security. There are soldiers guarding the water
towers, and the powerplants. IT is very creepy. It reminds me of desert storm
only in fast forward. I sure don't want to relive that but it looks like it
is coming.

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September 08, 2004

Local Candidate for the Darwin Awards

This moron should be nominated for the Darwin Awards....

About 30 miles east of here we have a 600 foot tall sand dune called (duh) Sand Mountain.
This past monday some 21 year old (idiot) sailor from Whidbey Island NAS, Washington, decided he would go riding up the mountain on a motorcycle. At 3AM. No Lights. No helmet. No fucking brains.
He went up at a high rate of speed and is estimated to have sailed 200 feet over the peak before impact.
He was 21.
Read it here:

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September 06, 2004

In The Year 2525

Ok, I may be dating myself here. Last night I was watching VH1 "One Hit Wonders" and they were showing the top 100 of this category.
I don't know if this was on there or not, but I have been humming this song all day long.
It's called "In the Year 2525" by a duo called "Zager & Evans." It reached the #1 spot on the charts in July 1969; when I was 4 years old.
Here are the lyrics:

In the year 2525
If man is still alive.
If woman can survive, they may find.

In the year 3535
Ain't gonna need to tell the truth, tell no lies.
Everything you think, do and say, is in the pill you took today.

In the year 4545
Ain't gonna need your teeth, won't need your eyes.
You won't find a thing to chew.
Nobody's gonna look at you.

In the year 5555
Your arms hanging limp at your sides.
Your legs got nothing to do.
Some machine doing that for you.

In the year 6565
Ain't gonna need no husband, won't need no wife.
You'll pick your son, pick your daughter too.
From the bottom of a long glass tube. Whoa-oh

In the year 7510
If God's a-comin, he oughta make it by then.
Maybe he'll look around himself and say.
Guess it's time for the judgment day.

In the year 8510
God is gonna shake his mighty head.
He'll either say.I'm pleased where man has been.
Or tear it down and start again. Whoa-oh

In the year 9595
I'm kinda wonderin if man is gonna be alive.
He's taken everything this old Earth can give.
And he ain't put back nothing.Whoa-oh

Now it's been ten thousand years
Man has cried a billion tears.
For what he never knew,
now man's reign is through.

But through eternal night.
The twinkling of starlight.
So very far away.
Maybe it's only yesterday.

In the year 2525
If man is still alive.
If woman can survive, they may find.

In the year 3535...........

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Stupid Shit

There was a lady looking for a "coffee like drink" that wasn't really coffee. She was trying to quit drinking coffee and really liked this drink.
When asked what it was called, she didn't know. But she really liked it. She couldn't even remember if it came in a jar or can.

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Monday and Tuesday

I don't know who wrote this, but it came in an email on September.20,2001. I need not say what day it refers to- you can figure that out. I know that this came to me on the day my parents flew to Atlanta, 9 days after that Terrible Tuesday.

On Monday there were people fighting against praying in schools On Tuesday you would have been hard pressed to find a school where someone was not praying

On Monday there were people were trying to separate each other by race,
sex, color and creed
On Tuesday they were all holding hands

On Monday we thought that we were secure
On Tuesday we learned better

On Monday we were talking about heroes as being athletes
On Tuesday we relearned what hero meant

On Monday people went to work at the world trade centers as usual
On Tuesday they died

On Monday people were fighting the 10 commandments on government
On Tuesday the same people all said 'God help us all' while thinking
'Thou shall not kill'

On Monday people argued with their kids about picking up their room
On Tuesday the same people could not get home fast enough to hug their

On Monday people picked up McDonalds for dinner
On Tuesday they stayed home

On Monday people were upset that their dry cleaning was not ready on
On Tuesday they were lining up to give blood for the dying

On Monday politicians argued about budget surpluses
On Tuesday grief stricken they sang 'God Bless America'

On Monday we worried about the traffic and getting to work late
On Tuesday we worried about a plane crashing into your house or place of

On Monday we were irritated that our rebate checks had not arrived
On Tuesday we saw people celebrating people dying in the USA

On Monday some children had solid families
On Tuesday they were orphans

On Monday the president was going to Florida to read to children
On Tuesday he returned to Washington to protect our children

On Monday we emailed jokes
On Tuesday we did not

It is sadly ironic how it takes horrific events to place things into
perspective, but it has. The lessons learned this week, the things we
have taken for granted, the things that have been forgotten or
overlooked, hopefully will never be forgetten again.

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September 05, 2004

News Bulletins from that day

I used to have email news bulletins. The ones from September 11 I have saved, and here is what it looked like that day. It still evokes strong feelings in me.


Tuesday, September 11, 2001 5:55 AM

Breaking News from

Sent at 8:53 AM ET on Tuesday September 11, 2001

Plane Crashes Into World Trade Center


Tuesday, September 11, 2001 8:52 AM

To our readers:

The news today is horrific. Presumed terror attacks on New York City and
Washington, D.C., and a plane crash in Pennsylvania have rocked the
nation. The number of fatalities and injuries is unknown but officials
expect the casualty count to be tremendous.


Reno Gazette-Journal
Tuesday, September 11, 2001 10:54 AM (Pacific Time)

NEWS UPDATE World Trade Center collapses in terrorist attack

NEW YORK - In one of the most audacious attacks ever
against the United States, terrorists hijacked two airliners
and crashed them into the World Trade Center in a
coordinated series of blows Tuesday that brought down the
twin 110-story towers. ...

ABC News

Friday, September 14, 2001 8:08 AM

Senate authorizes president to use force in response to terrorist attacks and approves $40 billion in emergency aid to help the victims and hunt down the perpetrators of this week's terrorist attacks.

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Have You Forgotten ?

Here are the lyrics to Darryl Worley's song about 911. I can't imagine the fortitude it takes to sing this without losing composure. I can't even listen to that and stay composed.

I hear people saying we don't need this war I say there's some things worth fighting for What about our freedom and this piece of ground? We didn't get to keep 'em by backing down They say we don't realize the mess we're getting in Before you start preaching Let me ask you this my friend

Have you forgotten how it felt that day
To see your homeland under fire
And her people blown away?
Have you forgotten when those towers fell?
We had neighbors still inside
Going through a living hell
And you say we shouldn't worry 'bout Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

They took all the footage off my T.V.
Said it's too disturbing for you and me
It'll just breed anger that's what the experts say
If it was up to me I'd show it every day
Some say this country's just out looking for a fight
After 9/11 man I'd have to say that's right

Have you forgotten how it felt that day
To see your homeland under fire
And her people blown away?
Have you forgotten when those towers fell?
We had neighbors still inside
Going through a living hell
And we vowed to get the ones behind Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

I've been there with the soldiers
Who've gone away to war
And you can bet that they remember
Just what they're fighting for

Have you forgotten all the people killed?
Yes, some went down like heroes in that Pennsylvania field
Have you forgotten about our Pentagon?
All the loved ones that we lost
And those left to carry on
Don't you tell me not to worry 'bout Bin Laden
Have you forgotten?

Have you forgotten?
Have you forgotten?

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Advice from Iowa

Sent to me from a friend in Iowa.

If you sometimes feel a little useless, offended or depressed - always remember YOU were once the fastest and most victorious little sperm out of millions.
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911 Observance

This coming Saturday will mark 3 years since we were attacked.
I will make numerous posts about it this week. I do not give a shit about political correctness, so if PC is your thing- deal with it.
One thing that rubs me the wrong way is how people call it a tragedy. A tragedy to me seems to be a word associated with an accident.
It was an act of war.
We were psychologically raped that day. Our innocence was lost.

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Couldn't have said this better

Florida Governor Jeb Bush on Friday said he didn't want people to die from "abject stupidity" as the result of Hurricane Frances.
I could not have said it better myself.
I saw footage of some moron jumping off a pier into heavy surf.
I hope that was a "narly wave" dude.

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September 04, 2004

Summer's Last Hurrah

The annual freak show called the "Burning Man Festival" is going on, and this small town seems to be on a major route to this, so I have seen some "fascinating" people.
Also- and I know this may seem odd to anyone who has never been here- there is the "Cantaloupe Festival" going on. Cantaloupes are grown here, I don't like them myself, but hey- to each their own.
Although, I did once taste a Cantaloupe Milkshake- wasn't too bad.
I am on Medical Leave from work- so I am missing the crowds ;)

I've provided links below for your information.

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September 03, 2004

MuNu takes a Poo Poo

This morning I tried to post something about Clinton's heart problems, and it never worked.
Now I posted about a dumb thread 11 hours later, and the previous post shows up.
It must be constipated.

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Dumb Thread from Vancouver

Ok you dummy.... sorry you didn't find anything here to masturbate on, so now I offer you up to ridicule:

At 5:55 Pacific Time somebody from Vancouver, Washington came here with this Google thread:

"I want to fuck Michelle Malkin"

Moron. Go jump into Mt. St. Helens.

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Clinton *Maybe* Suffers Heart Attack

This proves my point about the morons in the media:

Apparently the former President was having chest pains and went to the hospital.
An angioplasty did not go well, so now he is going to have a quadruple bypass done tomorrow.
Here is what I have heard on the news so far:

From a NY Times source (consider the source here) :
Bill Clinton suffers heart attack.
(I figure here if this is the case, how come CBS, ABC, and PBS have not interrupted programming? That is the only TV news sources I have.)
ABC Radio never mentions the words "heart attack" but says he had "multiple lesions" on his heart.

Still- I have seen nothing on TV. I figure the media vultures would be circling the hospital he's in, but so far nothing like that.

The bottom line as it appears from here in the Nevada Desert: He has a heart problem that needs fixing, the surgery is routine, and it may not be as serious as these fried douche bags in the media are saying it is.

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September 02, 2004

Uneducated News People

The past few days I have heard a female reporter on ABC radio constantly saying "presentbush."
They have mispronounced my state as "Nuh Vah Da" instead of "Ne va da."
The dumbest thing I remember hearing was the story about that Air India Flight that exploded southwest of Ireland in 1985.
The reporter confidently said the plane had "exploded southwest of Ireland and crashed into the Pacific Ocean."
Any dumbass would know that the ocean southwest of Ireland is the Atlantic!

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Sixty Days for Child Rape

The judge should be jailed for stupidity.,3566,129885,00.html

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September 01, 2004

Stone Free At Last!

My surgery took a little over an hour, I am finally stone free :)
Now- on to my next problem- carpal tunnel.
Will resume blogging tomorrow :)

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