Monday, March 30, 2015

Teddy Kennedy's Big Day

Senator Edward Kennedy, the man without a conscience, is having a building named after him. Pres. Obama wants us all to imagine how he changed society for the better. In a case of classic irony Obama and Joe Biden speaking at the opening the new Institute said:  "Kennedy had “bridged partisan divide” and Joe Biden said he was “an anchor for many of us in our personal lives  One great benefit of the Teddy legacy is that the stock in Chevas Regal was at an all time high while he was slurping and gulping. As far as I know the distiller might have gone bankrupt as of six years ago when he went to his eternal reward. Far be it from me to suggest he's in the Kingdom of Beelzebub but if he isn't then nobody deserves it more.

As a reminder I've reprinted a basic diagram of Mary Jo Kopechne as she breathed her last. While Ted was 'disoriented and exhausted from his swim' according to his official statement Ms. Kopochne suffered for three to four hours while her remaining oxygen dissipated. What a way to die. Poor Teddy, when he was interviewed by the police following the drunken accident he couldn't recall her last name.

Allow me to quote from the 'after murder' investigative report.

"She didn’t die in the accident but that she suffocated from lack of air, after having breathed all the air in the air pocket in the car, that it would have taken 3-4 hours before that happened. He testified if he had been called, he could have had her out within 25 minutes".

I wonder if her last words were, "Ted Kennedy, you rotten son of a bitch".

If you want to gag on your own vimit open the link and read more horrendous behavioral stories about the Liberal Lion of the Senate.

Saturday, March 28, 2015

The President Golfs In Florida

Mr. Obama motorcaded to the posh Floridian National Golf Club in Palm City today to play a round of golf. That would be 18 holes. It takes 4 hours on average. The trip cost the American taxpayer $849,000.00. And I haven't even gone into the carbon emissions aspect of the trip.

Friday, March 27, 2015

Please, Do Not Be A Sexist Pig

The word-police are at it again.
Yesterday, a group of “Hillary Clinton Super Volunteers” announced that they would be tracking the media’s every word, literally, to make sure there is no, wait for it, “coded sexism.”
With that, the group said journalists and reporters are not allowed to use the following words in describing Clinton during the 2016 presidential race:
  1. Polarizing
  2. Calculating
  3. Disingenuous
  4. Insincere
  5. Ambitious
  6. Inevitable
  7. Entitled
  8. Over-confident
  9. Secretive
  10. Will do anything to win
  11. Represents the past
  12. Out of touch
  13. Tone deaf
Apparently, using these words to describe Clinton make you an awful, sexist pig. So, Clinton’s people, instead, have decided that they are just going to control the narrative. Case and point: Don’t say anything bad about Clinton, unless you want to be called sexist.

Questions Of The Year About Bill Cosby

There was another article in today's news regarding the notorious Bill Cosby. This one was from the UK Daily Mail. Two women, now long in the tooth, maintain they were drugged then forced to have sex with Cosby when they were 17.

I have two questions. Is there not one women in this country, dead or alive, who has not have Mr. Cosby jump their bones? And, if these allegations are all true, why have there not been charges brought against him?

Senate All Abuzz. Harry Reid Retires

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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Those Evil Koch Bothers

The Koch Brothers from Kansas are targets for the Left. They support right wing causes. What we aren't told is they also give money to leftie groups and a variety of charitable causes.

George Soros is an enigma. He's been to the White House as much or if not more than the rats who infest it. I'm constantly irritated that this guy who sold out his own people to the Nazis isn't more vilified but, hey, we all have our crosses to bear.

Then I gave some thought to exactly what and to whom Georgie boy gave his cash. It turns out there are no charities who benefit. They happen to be organizations bent on giving this country a socialistic bent.

If you have an hour or so open the link, scroll down, and gasp at the vast number of groups who are beneficiaries of his largess.

Neat Junk You Don't Know About Ketchup

I'm a ketchup freak. There is almost no food that doesn't deserve the scarlet delicacy. I say almost because my granddaughter who spent the week-end with us and is privy to my craving asked, "Grandpa, do you put ketchup on ice cream"? That might be the exception. But I've thought about it and that counts for something.

Did you know that in the United States of the 1830's ketchup was used for medicinal purposes? This historical tidbit is why I'm so healthy. Those who don't have their hair fall out early on. Non ketchup eaters lose their teeth before they reach mid-life. It's a known fact that they have stinky feet, men more than women.

If you thought Ketchup(I call it catsup but only to confuse people) was invented in Italy you'd be 100% incorrect. It's totally American and saw the light of day in Philadelphia in 1812 but has since faded in popularity. This is why Philadelphia is often times referred to as 'The City That Ketchup Forgot'.

Ketchup has other uses besides as a condiment. When you're a little kid you can ladle it on your clothes and body and fake out some girl into thinking you're an accident victim. I did it to Marsha McCoy once and she screamed. Also, I won first prize at our kindergarten Halloween parade in 1951 for my bloody costume. I went as Dr. Kut M. Up. As for the name I was clueless but I won and that's what counts.

Supposedly 97% of American homes have ketchup in the fridge. I read that salsa has overtaken the red sauce as America's favorite. Ah pshaw! Anybody who uses salsa as a replacement for The Big K is a sissy girl.

The best and most cost effective place to buy my delicious friend is at Target. I'm not making this up. My wife read it in a women's magazine so it has to be true. After 45 years I've learned one thing about my wife. She's always right.

If you read this blog regularly you know that the most popularly sold Ketchup product is Heinz followed by Hunts. I don't buy Heinz but only for political reasons. Who wants to give more money to John Kerry so he can use it to go wind surfing off Cape Cod?

So, the next time you visit an upscale restaurant make certain Catsup has a significant location on the main table as a compliment to your filet mignon. It's a thrill seeing your server and the head chef gag at the prospect of their masterpiece drowning in God's most perfect edible gift.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

More Proof: America Is Not Anti-Black

It's gotten to be nonsensical hasn't it? I'm talking about the racist rant, mostly from Blacks and George Soros inspired radicals along with Al Sharpton.

If you aren't a college basketball fan tune into the NCAA tournament taking place around the country. It's a guess on my part but logically a minimum of 70% of the rosters are composed of Black athletes.

Iowa has two teams in the tournament still alive, the University of Northern Iowa and the University of Iowa. They might be the whitest of the white along with Gonzaga. Iowa only has four African-American lads(actually 2 because one is from England and the other from Germany) who contribute and Northern Iowa plays one extensively. In defense of Northern Iowa most of their roster is composed of Iowa kids and that state is lacking in what is commonly called racial diversity.

Iowa State University, who threw up on themselves in the first round and was abruptly eliminated plays one white kid. His nickname should be 'Spot'.

Consider this. adults, mostly white, travel the country paying airline fares, hotel and food costs plus the price of a ticket(1st round nose bleeds went for $267) to watch Black athletes, many from inner city ghettos, perform their skills as representatives of their State while cheering them on with a die-hard passion. People like me who can't afford a ticket watch on television. As for Iowa State I died a hundred times while Black players couldn't pull off the win. Know what. There wasn't one time during and after when I used the N word. The only ones who do are of a different color than me.

And I didn't even bring up the NBA.

Common sense dictates this is a bunch of garbage; this racism thing. As a matter of fact, the folks who call us racists are they themselves that. Starbucks hasn't put up one of their fancy stores in Selma or Ferguson so a pox on them.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Hillary, We're Glad You Survived

Tuesday marks the seven-year anniversary of Hillary Clinton telling a campaign crowd that on a 1996 trip to Bosnia she came under sniper fire and was forced to run for cover.
“I remember landing under sniper fire,” Clinton said during a George Washington University campaign event on March 17, 2008. “There was supposed to be some kind of a greeting ceremony at the airport, but instead we just ran with our heads down to get into the vehicles to get to our base.”

The claim was also refuted by actor Sinbad, who once played a secret service agent in a movie and joined Clinton on her 1996 trip to Bosnia.
Sinbad said there were no bullets being shot at them, and that the only scary part of the trip was deciding where they were going to eat.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

This 'n That From Dublin Ohio

It's NCAA basketball week; my very favorite time of year. The State of Iowa, where my heart lies, has three entrants in the field. That, my friends, is 75% of the Division I schools from Hawkeyeland.

Louisville, Kentucky is only a three hour drive from Dublin. My beloved Iowa State Cyclones are playing this Thursday. My buddy is an ISU alum so I thought it'd be nice if we drove down and watched. NCAA game attendance is not priced for the common man. Tickets for that session of two games is running at $269 apiece. Can you say, "Hello couch"?

Starbucks is increasing awareness for better race relations. They want their servers, aka baristas, to initiate conversations about how to bring about a kinder and gentler nation. All I want from Starbucks is a Grande dark roast, no room for cream, thank you. If I wanted a conversation in better race relations I'd drive down to Martin Luther King, Jr. Street. Either that or attend the Drake Relays.

Speaking of coffee one doesn't have to be from Dublin, Ohio to appreciate this delicious bit of info. If you are a lover of the bean check out your World Market. If you don't have one then you're out of luck. The store carries a variety of tasty brands. I happen to be an aficionado of French Roast. Get this. A 2 pound bag will cost $9.99. Better yet, Wednesday is double bonus coffee day so a person can build up points. We on fixed incomes appreciate this greatly. As for the coffee. It's to die for.

If you develop high blood pressure and take pills for it there are a couple of things you should know. The first is you'll get woozy, fall down and feel like your head is spinning. Secondly, when outside the home make absolutely certain you have almost immediate access to a restroom. Fast food restaurants are a life saver. Map out your route first for the best and the most. It happens that quickly. Never, under any circumstance leave home within five minutes of eating. Trust me. I know

My daughter taught me this trick. If a child, say three years old who belongs to her, drops a cell phone in the toilet immediately put it in the freezer. It works.

Call someone on the telephone you haven't seen in years. I called a man who was in my life 39 years ago. We had a grand time and promised to get together this June. It will make both of you feel wonderful.

I have gone seven days without doing anything utterly stupid; no scraping of the car bumper, breaking a glass, destroying an article close to my heart. It's a record. My wife thinks I'm a stranger who has taken over my body.

Are you as sick of politics as I? For me, no more Fox(except for The Five and Martha MacCallum--Ooh-la-la). No more Rush. I'm into music, especially from the 1940's and 1970's. If you enjoy listening to any and all tunes use your computer to find It's a winner and your mind will be able to function. Plus, you won't swear nearly as much.

This almost kills me to write. The boys who were seniors on my first high school basketball team turn 64 this year. It doesn't seem fair.

Golf season is upon me. My hope is I can equate my pitiful performance of last year. Consistency is extremely important. I won't be joining a club, either. I've decided it'd be more fun to try and sneak on. Who would stop a 69 year old man? If caught I'll fake dementia.

Dublin is such a beautiful community. It's too bad every street is under construction.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Maybe O Isn't A Muslim After All

If Obama isn't a Muslim as most seem to think then ask yourself this question. Why did he remove Hezbollah and Iran from the worldwide Terror list?

Sunday, March 15, 2015


The White House this week celebrated Nowruz, the Persian New Year most often observed by Iranians.
The festivities come amid tense negotiations between the White House and Tehran. President Obama hopes Iran will slow or stop its nuclear weapons program in exchange for removing economic sanctions.

Friday, March 13, 2015

16 Year Old Claims Clinton Her Dad; Wants Paternity Test

16-year Old Girl Claims Former President Bill Clinton is Her Father

(World News Daily) – A 16-year old girl has presented a paternity action lawsuit this morning, before an Arkansas state court, alleging that the former president of the United States, William Jefferson Clinton, is her biological father.
Alyssa Gilmore claims that her mother, a former secretary of the oval office named Whitney Gilmore, had an affair with President Clinton between 1998 and 2001. She says she was born out of that relationship, and demands that Mr. Clinton undergoes a paternity test to prove that her story is true.
“I know Bill Clinton is my father” says the young girl. “I have many pictures of my mother and him  and I know they were in love. He even gave me pr├ęsents for Christmas and my birthdays when I was a kid, before he left my mother. I have spent many years writing him letters and calling him, hoping he would come back in my life. At first, he would write back and we spoke on the phone regularly, but he doesn’t even answer anymore. I just want him to take his responsibilities and recognize that he is my father, that’s all.”

Time Flies

Can you believe it's the 4th anniversary of Obama's famous, "Drawing a red line in the sand" in Syria? So, let's take stock on his threat of kicking Bashar Assad's ass if he didn't do something about killing his own people.

Step back a bit and see how this has worked out. Well, four years ago, according to our president, ISIS was a jayvee team. They are the best guys with a knife and axe I've seen since the days of Genghis Khan. And they have become a damned fine jayvee squad.

Boko Haram, which sounds like a clown on a kiddie TV show, had not yet kidnapped small children. They hadn't even beheaded those same kids. Those hashtags about bringing home our girls worked out swell.

Iran-bomb? "Stop, you're killing me with such nonsense".

Boots on the ground? Never, except we have sent 2,000 to the Middle East.

And what about Assad? He's our pal, sort of, as are the al-Qaeda forces in Syria. Explain to me how that works. Oh, I get it. It's about Benghazi. What? Are you crazy? It never happened.

The Red Line quote: "I didn't draw the red line. The world did". BHO

Who cares? It's the beginning of the NCAA's.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Sweet Home Ohio

Weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeerrrrrrrrrrrrreeeeeeeeeee Back! Like the great Monarch butterfly returning from Mexico the MJ Hawkeye's are home from Florida. The past two months were completely uneventful. This is good. It means neither of us died.

Our Destin, Florida condo was excellent. The complex was featured on HGTV. It is populated mostly by Canadians. I like these people. They are, unlike many Americans, not as rude and they still say "eh".

One evening my wife and I were attending the annual Monday night potluck. The lady next to us mentioned she was from a town in Missouri; Ferguson. True story. I started asking myself, "Now, where have I heard that name before"? Anyway, I felt at ease because she was Caucasian and ancient in age so I knew I wouldn't be ducking bullets.

We fell in love with the junior college basketball team from our area. They were ranked #1 in the nation. Attending their games was cheap entertainment at $5 a pop. The facilities were fabulous, the 45 piece band was as good as anything heard at a major school and the players were all heading for major college programs. As an example, Our squad was made up of 14 players and only one was White and he came from France. My wife fell in love with their best player. The reason? They both share the same birthday. Figures.

The most difficult aspect of coming home from holiday is forgetting. I forgot how to work my TV remote control. I couldn't even remember how to turn on the television then when the channels came on I didn't know ESPN from the Fox network. I couldn't remember how to work my coffee make. What year is it, anyway?

I've known my next door neighbor for five years. She's lovely. We chitchat over this and that. I couldn't recall her name until after I'd left and walked into my own home. This is gotten to be such an overall bad habit it doesn't bother me anymore.

I'm now planning my spring and summer travels and it isn't pretty. Some of these are duties and others taken for the pure joy of it. All will require a depletion of my checking and savings account. In two weeks we're off to Arizona for ten days. Then it's on to Punta Gorda, Florida for my ex-boss's 80th birthday blowout. In late May we'll open up the Minnesota lake place. I'll sprinkle in trips to Iowa, Wisconsin, and Nebraska and, finally, an excursion to Washington D.C. and surrounding states with dear friends in October.

Crappola, in my mind it's already winter again.

Finally, a big happy 69th birthday to my good buddy , Hiball Toby.

Saturday, March 7, 2015

Selma, Alabama March 1965, The Day Democrats Attacked Negroes In America

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I Should Have Died Twenty Years Ago

A new study has found that for each hour a day that an adult spends sitting down during their lifetime, the likelihood of developing heart disease goes up by 14 per cent.

It further warns that a daily session at the gym won’t undo the damage because any increase in fitness from an hour’s exercise is overridden by several hours of sitting.

The Psychic

Obama, not feeling well and concerned about his mortality, goes to consult a Psychic about the date of his death.
Closing her eyes and silently reaching into the realm of the future she finds the answer: “You will die on a Jewish holiday.”
“Which one?’” Obama asks nervously.
“It doesn’t matter.” replied the psychic. “Whenever you die, it’ll be a Jewish holiday.”


Friday, March 6, 2015


Bell, Art and Joke pictured together after tying the knot in the world's first three-way same-sex marriage I couldn't be happier for these three lads, Bell, Art and Joke from Thailand. They now hold a record, the first of it's kind. They are, tah-dah, the first same sex three way to be married in the history of the world. Cute, huh?

There was talk a couple of decades ago that society would get to the point when men and dogs, or cows, or reptiles of any species could tie the knot. We laughed----- then downed another beer.

It's Voodoo Stuff

Do you enjoy tales of the weird and too good to be factual? I do. So, get this. Everybody from Timbuktu to Siam now knows that Harrison Ford was in a plane crash, if you can call it that. It was more like a motorized telephone booth.

Now for the Twilight Zone part. Ford crash landed his plane on a golf course-----near Indiana Avenue. How funky is that?

It gets better. The plane crashed near the 8th hole of the course just as a group of doctors had putted out. So, Ford's action killed two birds with one stone. He didn't hold up play and the doctors were there to immediately assist him. Talk about luck.

And, finally, one other strange aspect to this entire scenario. Ford was flying his plane solo, as in Hans Solo. How bizarre is that?

Tom Cruise is already recruiting Mr. Ford to be in this years incoming class of Scientology.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

A Story About The Rodham's And It's Not Hillary

Hillary Rodham Clinton’s brother, Tony Rodham, sat on the board of a self-described mining company that in 2012 received one of only two “gold exploitation permits” from the Haitian government—the first issued in over 50 years.

Bet you think this is Tony Rodham. You'd be wrong. It's her other gross, obese brother, Hugh. Tony is still a candidate for Jenny Craig and after this Haiti revelation jail seems like a nice tropical location. The Clinton's and Rodham's. They're all pigs.