Bettie Page+Barbi Benton Big Boob Friday

Hello Comrades, and welcome to Big Boob Friday. MJ is taking a little time off for a cruise to New Zealand, most likely so he can tower over some of the indigenous pygmies and act like a big man.

It seems that every time I take the reins for a BBF poat, I whine about about how hard it is to find new models, funny gifs, appropriate music, and I just more or less act like kind of a mare about the whole thing.

Not this time, my friends. I am making a conscious effort in 2013 to have a more positive outlook and a better attitude about things, I will try and spend more energy on what I like and also not waste time worrying about everything I don’t like.

I like boobs. I like gifs. I like funny pictures and making fun of Dave in Texas. I like ACDC. This is the best job ever.

I found today’s model while cruising on Imgur, I had no idea who she was until I saw the candid picture below. Born on May 25th, 1991 (does some quick math), 5’8″, 125lbs (I actually believe it this time) 36-24(!)-36, I present 2011 Playmate of the Year, Claire Sinclair (does the math again just to be sure).

I think she has a nice smile and somewhat of a girl next door quality. Stack on top of that a habit of getting naked for money, an appreciation of pin-up art, and really, really bad judgement when it comes to men, and hey…you may just have the perfect woman. For Xbrad.

Claire says “Fuck Today in History”

Whatareyoudoingthisweekendthatsnice.

449 Comments

  1. Wow, she’s actually pretty. This isn’t up to the usual standards at all.

  2. Where’s the backfat?

  3. Whoa, an actual looker. Good job Pup. I can’t even choose a winning pic, although partial to the classic pin up girl pose of pic 4.

    Have an excellent Friday. And pie. Have pie.

  4. Thanks, G. She has done a shit-ton of pin-up style work, if you’ve got an itchy google finger. Most is NSFW. Duh.

  5. My wife loves the catsthatlooklikepinupgirls.

  6. hmm…not bad. Seems nice with above average intelligence. Elbows aren’t sharp enough though.

  7. She has chubby triceps.

    My right forearm is better defined than my left.

    These two items may or may not be related.

  8. You can see the daddy issues in her eyes.

  9. wait… a cute BBF gal?

    What is this world coming to?

    (don’t answer that, xbrad)

  10. Good Job Pups!
    http://www.purina.com/products/beggin-strips

  11. You can see the daddy issues in her eyes.

    a plus for any BBF gal, IMO

  12. Well, Mr. smart alec, I gave you a thumbs down. So there.

  13. So there.

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lxnw4wUqew1qadi2yo1_500.gif

  14. Intelligent? She dated Hefner’s smug sumbish son?

  15. a plus for any BBF gal, IMO

    Yup.

  16. Plenty of smart women have simply horrible taste in men. & thank God for that, I say, or I’d still be single.

  17. Intelligent? She dated Hefner’s smug sumbish son?

    Any woman who has dated a Hefner is only slightly smarter than a woman who dates a Kennedy. In the long run, I’d try to avoid either kind.

  18. Exactly Pups!

  19. *sees 2 thumbs down votes*

    Mare and…

    Who downvoted that? Who the fuck thumbs downed that? Who’s the slimy little Communist shit twinkle-toed cocksucker down here, who just signed his own death warrant? Nobody, huh?! The fairy fucking godmother gave Claire Sinclair a thumbs down! Out-fucking-standing! I will P.T. you all until you fucking die! I’ll P.T. you until your assholes are sucking buttermilk. Was it you, you scroungy little fuck, huh?!

    *glares at wiserbud*

  20. *glares at wiserbud*

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_lxnw4wUqew1qadi2yo1_500.gif

  21. Intelligent? She dated Hefner’s smug sumbish son?

    Call it a learning experience.

  22. She dated Hefner’s smug sumbish son?

    She didn’t get to be Playmate of the Year by having bangs. I mean, on her head.

    Her hair. I’m talking about…nevermind.

  23. nice job pup

  24. She seems nice.

  25. Is MJ really going to New Zealand?

  26. Show me your war face, mare.

    http://medias.omgif.net/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/haaaaa.gif

  27. No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump in the Caribbean.

  28. Ann Arbor?

  29. *glares at wiserbud*

    bad dog. BAD!

    Why would I down-vote such a sweet looking young lady, after the beasts and ogres that MJ has previously assaulted our senses with overt he last few years?

  30. He’ll probably come home with a huge dose of the clap.

  31. That was icky….can you make it up somehow?

  32. No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump….

    California?

  33. Pupster, Ann Arbor, regardless of how faggot infested it is, is not in the Caribbean.

  34. “No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump….”

    Seattle?

  35. “No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump….”

    Dallas?

  36. I approve entirely.

    Many bald heads to signify my contentment.

  37. “No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump….”

    Pupster’s car?

  38. MOM, THE HOSTAGES ARE FIGHTING AGAIN!1!!

  39. Little princess I work with said the following yesterday, about a male customer who looked at her twice – “See that guy over there? He just looked at me a second time. He must think I’m cute”.

    No, you give off the vibe that you swallow, anyone.

  40. “No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump….”

    *looks at Jay’s avatar*

  41. not in the Caribbean.

    It’s on the Canadian Caribbean.

  42. http://imgur.com/2bXji

  43. I am so tempted to call Rush and help him out re: electronic records.

    One of the biggest problem with EMRs is that there is no standard to which all the vendors have to write to re: data.

    And that will not happen since all the different vendors want to define these standards to best support their own products, mainly because they all have invested millions and millions of dollars into writing their systems and would have to invest millions more to change them to meet whatever standards are put into place.

  44. http://img15.hostingpics.net/pics/526791Ghost.gif

  45. meanwhile, there needs to be a central repository for all this data for it to be shared among all healthcare providers.

    Who gets that gig?

  46. Nicely done, Puppeh!

    http://tinyurl.com/btd5kt8

  47. No, you give off the vibe that you swallow, anyone.

    It true. A well tuned penis can detect those vibrations from distances of up to 3500 meters.

  48. I pretty much skimmed through all the writing and shit and just looked at the pretty pictures…….but I don’t think pupster mentioned where she hails from. And that’s damned important to me.

  49. No, he’s on some faggot infested shithole dump in the Caribbean.

    Unless his wife pushed him off the boat.

    Until we hear from him, I worry.

  50. Wiser, I have no doubt that the end result will be the healthcare equivalent of the GJXDM, which bares all the hallmarks of a document specification designed by a senate committee. You cannot pay me enough to work with that beast again.

  51. *Scratches head.* Am I at the right place?

  52. BBF by Cyn or Pupster = win!

  53. It true. A well tuned penis can detect those vibrations from distances of up to 3500 meters.

    Rumor has it old Slick Willy could follow a two day trail.

  54. Thank goodness Obamacare now taxes orthodontics as a medical device. THANK. GOODNESS! It wasn’t expensive enough as is.

  55. Faggot Infested Shithole Dump toured with Metallica back in ’86.

    I never saw them though.

  56. She was born in raised in L.A., CA, PG.

  57. from distances of up to 3500 meters.

    I either need a tune up, or I need to get out more. Maybe to Walmart.

  58. http://nowaygirl.com/photos/thats-a-very-good-answer/

  59. Good one, mare.

  60. So if I get some coconut vodka and hang out near a community college…

  61. …your parole officer will not be happy.

  62. I have no doubt that the end result will be the healthcare equivalent of the GJXDM, which bares all the hallmarks of a document specification designed by a senate committee.

    The end game of trying to create that sort of nationalized healthcare database is to remove the need for doctors except in the most extreme situations.

    Basically, these systems will become “doctors-in-a-box” where a nurse can put in the systems and the system spits out the government-approved treatment.

    This is all based on the arrogance of the average leftist. See, we already know everything about everything so now we can simply treat everyone the same.

    Oh, you have a disease that we haven’t heard of yet? Sorry, you die.

    You want alternative treatment, because the government approved treatment either isn’t working for you or, more likely, causing more problems? Sorry, you die.

    Your doctor disagrees with the prescribed treatment plan? Sorry, he’s no longer allowed to be a doctor and you die.

    Libs just love when people die, don’t they?

  63. Teenaged Girls with Low Self-esteem and Questionable Morals Solutions

    TGLSQMS

  64. That’s not to say that I don’t see any value in electronic records, but all of this BS about creating a centralized decision support system which will have everyone’s complete medical history in one, easily-accesible location, thereby saving huge amounts of money, is BS.

  65. Comment by wiserbud on January 11, 2013 1:44 pm
    meanwhile, there needs to be a central repository for all this data for it to be shared among all healthcare providers.
    Who gets that gig?
    =============
    Big Obama donor, duh!

  66. It is bullshit, especially since it isn’t even recoverable when you go to the same hospital. EVERY time I take my dad in – even if it’s the same hospital, we have to give his medical history.

    EVERY. Time.

  67. So if I get some coconut vodka and hang out near a community college…

    It’s SoCo for the college girls, coconut rum for the jailbait. Get it right next time, jeez.

  68. Epic BBF Pupster, way to go!

    Barbi Benton just looked full of dirty dirty fun.

  69. Big Obama donor, duh!

    GE.

    Of course, companies like Epic and AllScripts might not be too pleased about that…

    which is why this whole project is stuck in neutral.

  70. EVERY time I take my dad in – even if it’s the same hospital, we have to give his medical history.

    Well, it is recoverable, but they are required to do that in case something has changed.

  71. GE. It really is that simple, isn’t it? It’s why they are “all in” with Obama, and his plans.

  72. Well, it is recoverable, but they are required to do that in case something has changed.

    So what’s the fucking point?

    If something’s changed, then it’s no good.

    They may as well just erase it whenever he’s released from the hospital.

    It also doesn’t help that often when he’s admitted, he can’t answer half the questions anyway.

  73. “Have you had more than nine donuts in any 24 hour period after 1977?”
    “I really can’t remember.”
    “Oh, well if you refuse to answer our questions, we can’t admit you.”

  74. “Have you had more than nine donuts in any 24 hour period after 1977?”

    Isn’t that the essence of modern liberalism? Eating a donut every day makes you a bad person, while sleeping with a random person every night doesn’t.

  75. If something’s changed, then it’s no good.

    But they need to keep the records as they stood when he checked in each time, in case there is a problem or a lawsuit.

    I understand your point, but they would be doing the same thing with paper, so being electronic does not change that aspect of the record-keeping.

    Imagine if they simply assumed everything was the same since the last visit and simply treated him based on that.

    That’s been one of the biggest issues with EMRs. People start depending on them to much and stop thinking.

  76. The problem is that they often have to go line-by-line, answering all sorts of questions that are really irrelevant. It slows down the process.

    I’ve also had a nurse leave, only to have a doctor come in and ask the same questions. There is absolutely NO coordination.

  77. They may as well just erase it whenever he’s released from the hospital.

    I’s necessary for the lawsuits later.

  78. Jeez Wiser, I didn’t know you worked in a Medical Record Store………….

  79. Also – how about merely asking “Has anything changed? New drug? New symptom?”

    Honestly, it’s maddening. We have to explain EVERY time all of my dad’s issues.

    He’s in kidney failure (complete) but not diabetic. EVERY time we have to explain that it’s most likely from previous cancer. EVERY time we have to explain his issues with digestion.

  80. When I worked in the pharmacy software world, we had a customer that lost a lawsuit brought by someone who had a negative reaction through a drug-to-drug interaction.

    The case was decided based on the pharmacist giving the patient only the information he thought they needed to know about the meds he was dispensing. But he was not aware that the patient was taking another drug that they had gotten at a different pharmacy.

    The court decided that if the pharmacist had given the patient NO information, he would have been okay, But because he gave what they considered only SOME information (although he thought he was providing everything the patient needed to know) then the patient could reasonably assume that the pharmacist had given them ALL of the information.

    That’s why you go through the whole process every single time.

  81. Jeez Wiser, I didn’t know you worked in a Medical Record Store………….

    BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!

    nice one, asshole.

  82. Jeez Wiser, I didn’t know you worked in a Medical Record Store………….

    http://tinyurl.com/cbfyd4r

  83. I’ve also had a nurse leave, only to have a doctor come in and ask the same questions. There is absolutely NO coordination.

    You would be surprised how many times a patient will remember something that they forgot to tell the nurse during the initial interview.

  84. It’s garbage in/garbage out half the time, though.

    Needless busywork.

    So far, I completely fail to see how having medical records on computers helps in any way. Different hospitals refuse to share info with each other, and you still have to print it out and phycially carry it from one to the other.

    ANd pages and pages are unrelated to whatever is the problem, thus making it more difficult to focus on what IS the problem.

    “Oh, I see here you have no history of X, Y, Z. So glad we have pages and pages devoted to things that are not wrong with you…”

    Plus, many times the computer records have been wrong (as with my kids vaccination records) and it was a pain in the ass to have it corrected.

    garbage in garbage out.

  85. You would be surprised how many times a patient will remember something that they forgot to tell the nurse during the initial interview.

    Yea, except most often, the doctor hasn’t even spoken to the nurse, and has no idea what the issue is. So what would it matter if there was a discrepancy.

    I just speak from my many (many!) trips to the ERs around here.

    And you may be shocked to learn that often after he’s admitted, we start the process all over on whatever floor he’s admitted to.

  86. I have the paper record of the shots I got when I was 3.

  87. The doc /nurse walks in and asks “What’s the problem here today” … as if we didn’t just spend 15 min telling someone else.

  88. garbage in garbage out.

    That’s not unique to electronic records.

  89. look, I appreciate your frustration, but doctors and nurses have been trained to practice that way because of lawyers.

    They are simply covering their asses.

  90. I also have the paper records of all the shots I got in the Navy. Hoo booy, we got a lot of shots.

  91. you know how many people tell me that they hate it when their doctors use electronic records?

    “They never talk to me. They never look at me. They just look a the computer…”

  92. Our new electronic consent forms list every possible variation of the procedure as well as every potential complication. For a simple I+D (washing out infected tissue) it lists maggot therapy as a thing we might do and loss of limb for an outcome. Sweet Jeebus. Wiser knows enough about the evil that is EMR to wear that Nobel Prize on a thick gold chain proudly.

  93. you know how many people tell me that they hate it when their doctors use electronic records?

    “They never talk to me. They never look at me. They just look a the computer…”

    Yep.

    And I know they are covering their asses.

    But they are making medical care neither cheaper, not better. I’m not blaming anyone but the forces that have decided that the entire country needs to embrace this.

  94. So far, I completely fail to see how having medical records on computers helps in any way.

    Epidemiologists in govt service are going to be rock hard for the next ten centuries though. Imagine what you could do with all that information! Animated gifs of influenza epidemics? Hell yeah! Spurious correlations in multiple-variable studies? Get out! Finally getting eugenics right? That’s what I’m talking about!

  95. My mom gave me my vaccination records from childhood like she was passing down a sacred scroll. The Army gave me my shot records like I was their bitch.

  96. For Leon:

    http://classysexypixs.tumblr.com/post/40260582831

    With the added benefit of insecurities…….

  97. Wiser knows enough about the evil that is EMR to wear that Nobel Prize on a thick gold chain proudly.

    As I have been saying for years, it would be far, far easier to list the thing’s that I am wrong about…..

  98. With the added benefit of insecurities…….

    HAH!

    “I am stronger than my insecurities, which is why I got a boob job.”

  99. And he knows how to take a compliment graciously….

  100. But they are making medical care neither cheaper, not better. I’m not blaming anyone but the forces that have decided that the entire country needs to embrace this.

    I think the potential exists, but it’s being done all wrong. Too many regulations and risks. Too much dealing with the stupid crap designed to protect the care-giver from the bottom-feeding lawyers who are constantly lurking about, just waiting for an opportunity to pounce.

    As with most everything related to ObamaCare, this whole EMR requirement is and was a clusterfuck, designed by lawyers to benefit lawyers.

  101. And he knows how to take a compliment graciously….

    *blush

  102. “I am stronger than my insecurities, which is why I got a boob job.”

    Well, she’s not so deeply insecure that she had to spend top dollar on ‘em, so there’s that.

  103. As I have been saying for years, it would be far, far easier to list the thing’s that I am wrong about…..

    Here, let me start:

    1) cover song theory

  104. And he knows how to take a compliment graciously….

    I just do that to poke at beasn…..

    she thinks I’m far too arrogant.

    Seriously! Me!! Too arrogant!! Can you imagine???

  105. Here, let me start:

    1) cover song theory

    Yet to be definitively dis-proven.

  106. Yet to be definitively dis-proven.

    Just as with global warming, there has been consensus.

  107. “With the added benefit of insecurities…….”“I am stronger than my insecurities, which is why I got a boob job.”

    HA! Good one, Wiser.

    Also…..”…which is why I work out incessantly to make up for my lack of personality and intellectual depth.” “…” and I wear these low cut pants to draw attention to my crotch, my best and most used feature.” “…and I’m hoping working out at the gym with my tits hanging out and my pelvis exposed will give me the best opportunity to meat someone else who has low self esteem, wherein we can marvel at our own cut bodies and wonder together about the shallowness of our lives.”

    Or something like that.

  108. It’s like Mare is in my head ^^^^.

  109. Well, she’s not so deeply insecure that she had to spend top dollar on ‘em, so there’s that.

    ( ˳ Y ˚ )

  110. Just as with global warming, there has been consensus.

    And you think this helps your argument?

  111. It made Al Gore rich.

  112. Is Michael Moore human?

    He’s disgusting looking.

  113. Unpossible wiser

    If EMR evolved over time it would have been far more user friendly. Programmers are not Providers and vice versa. Mandates are never the inspiration for creative work except for creative resistance. Digital records for radiology studies rock. I love viewing X-rays digitally. Creating chart records is drudgery.

  114. >> One of the biggest problem with EMRs is that there is no standard to which all the vendors have to write to re: data.

    ding ding ding ding

    I know this is/was your chosen profession. Normally discrepancies between disparate systems are addressed with an industry specific XML standard, but I have no idea if that standard exists

  115. It made Al Gore rich.

    I’m not seeing your point….

  116. So, Mare was one of “those” girls in high school.

  117. I just do that to poke at beasn…..

    she thinks I’m far too arrogant.

    http://tinyurl.com/278w5b6

  118. >> Yet to be definitively dis-proven.

    You don’t often see a theory where there are more exceptions to the rule than instances of it.

  119. Xbrad, it’s a little short on details of his actions that day(s). Do you have a link that describes his actions or did I miss it?

  120. Normally discrepancies between disparate systems are addressed with an industry specific XML standard, but I have no idea if that standard exists

    I’m not really talking about the communication standards, but data standards.

    HL7 has kind of addressed this, but they left too much in the hands of the end users.

    For example, you need to enter the race of a patient. Your office uses “white, black, hispanic, and other.” The hospital uses “Caucasian, African-American, Latino, Asian, Pacific Islander, Other.”

    How do you get those two systems to share intelligible data?

  121. It’s sunny and almost 60º. I’m liking this global warming.

  122. No, Hotspur, when I went to my high school reunion I was utterly floored at how many people said to me something like, “you were always so nice to me, you always made me feel better around you.” I’m serious, people were really kind and said I was too.

    No one is more shocked than me.

  123. You don’t often see a theory where there are more exceptions to the rule than instances of it.

    Very few exceptions and all clearly spelled out in the original theory.

    Seriously, if Al Gore had gotten the weak sort of push-back to his AGW theory that you all think tears my theory apart, we would all be living in caves and have cars that run on nothing but wind power.

  124. http://tinyurl.com/278w5b6

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!

    mean kitty is mean.

  125. Well, okay then. Come over here a minute.

  126. …your parole officer will not be happy.

    Who’s gonna tell him? You? NARC!

    ”…which is why I work out incessantly to make up for my lack of personality and intellectual depth.”

    That’s pretty much my reason.

  127. That sounds like a trap.

  128. This appears to be some good shit: http://www.specialshit.com/

  129. Nawww, you’ve got both of those, Leon. Funny and smart….WINNER!

    I think you work out as part of your own scientific experiment concerning your own health.

  130. Lindsey Stirling has done covers of the Skyrim and Zelda soundtracks. Her career subsequently expanded prodigiously.

  131. I think you work out as part of your own scientific experiment concerning your own health.

    Not really, it’s so I can move heavy stuff and have sessy muscles.

  132. I simply couldn’t wake up to that everyday:

    http://tinyurl.com/bpylswt

  133. So you are shallow Leon…oh, well, that’s okay no one comes here for intellectual depth.

  134. That poor chair.

  135. Just watched the Ben Shapiro interview. Good stuff.

  136. Mare, could you douse it in gasoline and light it on fire while it slept?

  137. Yes, Hotspur, what in the heck is that towel for.

    *shudders*

  138. Mare, could you douse it in gasoline and light it on fire while it slept?

    Yes, yes I could.

  139. Creating chart records is drudgery.

    True, and so far every attempt to streamline the process is met with resistance from auditors and regulators.

    Lots of really horrible systems out there that huge amounts of money have been invested in.

    I remember the Kaiser-Permanente/Epic implementation.

    $4billion. Abject failure.

    http://tinyurl.com/ase7pkb

    http://tinyurl.com/3oveeat

    Not that Kaiser or Epic would admit to it.

    “It wasn’t the system, it was the power outages.” Ummmm….. you sell an electronic system and it never occurred to you that power might be a critical component in keeping the system up and running?”

    REMAIN CALM!! ALL IS WELL!!!

    http://xnet.kp.org/permanentejournal/fall04/reality.html

    $4billion and counting JUST FOR THE PURCHASE AND IMPLEMENTATION!

    I can’t imagine how much has been spent since fixing that clusterfuck

  140. Is Michael Moore married?

  141. Beasn, you looking to score?

  142. Beasn, you looking to score?

    Do you want to see your next birthday?

  143. I simply couldn’t wake up to that everyday:

    As soon as someone who is so emotionally or intellectually fucked up to allow themselves to go out in public looking like that starts telling me how I should think and what I should believe…

    yeah, I tend to shut them off pretty quickly.

    What I find hilarious about MM is that his worshipers simply do not see how he is taking them for the fools that they are.

    Fucking multi-millionaire who got rich exploiting the poor and downtrodden, as though he is some sort of savior. And these fools buy his bullshit hook, line and sinker.

  144. Do you want to see your next birthday?

    beasn wants me.

  145. No indignant feline?

    *harumph*

  146. beasn wants me.

    Like a canker.

  147. Is Michael Moore married?

    Yep.

  148. Interesting thread. I’d like to subscribe to your newsletter.

  149. Like a canker.

    methinks thou doth protest too much….

    no worries, beasn.

    ;)

  150. No indignant feline?

    http://tinyurl.com/bcqlo6f

  151. I’m a happy canker now!

  152. methinks thou doth protest too much….

    Not really. I’m in a foul mood and will be until I work out what I need/have to do about my job. I love what I do, when I can actually do it. I hate the waste and stupidity that is our female management team.

  153. If anybody likes classical music, you can listen to a stream of my dad’s show on a local college radio station right now.

    http://kspc.org/

  154. Affirmative action makes me stabby. This is the second female manager we have and what do we have to show for it?

    Highest volume store in the district (biggest profits) – highest accident rate and highest shortage rate (theft, waste), lowest bonus to rank and file, lowest morale, combined with a don’t give a shit because we’re going to get our bonuses regardless, attitude.

  155. >> I’m not really talking about the communication standards, but data standards.

    XML is a data standard, a mapping of the dissimilar data elements (like the ones you mention) into a common one. It involves translations on both ends back into the disparate systems of the trading partners. There are usually industry verticals. Perhaps the one you mention is that.

    >> Very few exceptions and all clearly spelled out in the original theory.

    No, dozens provided, most of which were dismissed by you for various reasons that all amounted to “wiserbud’s opinion” i.e. this group wasn’t really “popular” (in your opinion) or “that particular genre of music isn’t really “popular” (to you). Essentially “in my opinion that particular example is irrelevant.”

    So it’d be helpful if from now on you introduce all your theories with “In my opinion (fill in the blank)”. It’ll help us. Thanks!

  156. Is Michael Moore married?

    Yep.

    Gross.
    You just know he is a complete dick to her. My brother grooms himself the same way and wears the same sneer.

  157. Good, he didn’t breed. His wife has a daughter.

  158. for various reasons that all amounted to “wiserbud’s opinion”

    ummm… it is my theory? d’uh?

    Essentially “in my opinion that particular example is irrelevant.”

    wow. Speaking of protesting too much…..

    I clearly and succinctly spelled out the rational and reasoning behind my theory.

    Just because you either

    a) refuse to acknowledge the subtle yet extremely detailed nuances of my theory, which, btw, were clearly stated within the original post

    or

    b) have serious reading comprehension issues

    does not mean that you have successfully invalidated my theory in any way.

  159. MM looks like he’s expecting

  160. For example, you need to enter the race of a patient. Your office uses “white, black, hispanic, and other.” The hospital uses “Caucasian, African-American, Latino, Asian, Pacific Islander, Other.”
    How do you get those two systems to share intelligible data?

    Mooks.

  161. Affirmative action makes me stabby. This is the second female manager we have and what do we have to show for it?

    ahhh, your just a sexist who has a problem with women in authority…

    (please don’t kill me)

  162. I can explain things to you wiserbud, I can’t comprehend them for you.

  163. See the man with the lonely eyes. . .

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=LMCNeo1H50A

  164. XML is a data standard, a mapping of the dissimilar data elements (like the ones you mention) into a common one. It involves translations on both ends back into the disparate systems of the trading partners. There are usually industry verticals. Perhaps the one you mention is that.

    okay, I thought you were talking about the transmission protocals.

    But, still, no one is defining these standards and it’s more than just two systems communicating. we’re talking hundreds.

  165. I can explain things to you wiserbud, I can’t comprehend them for you.

    Wait…

    You are going to explain my theory to me?

    How, by mentioning Paul Greene again?

  166. Shoot I’m in a movie theater, waiting for Zero Dark Thirty, I’d love to hear Sean’s dads program.

  167. Did no one read my GJXDM link?

    Don’t blame you. I used to have to have that crap memorized. Goddamn nightmare.

  168. Yes, do go on about EMR and XML.

    http://tinyurl.com/be3wqja

  169. Sanity returns and the blog exhales

  170. >> But, still, no one is defining these standards and it’s more than just two systems communicating. we’re talking hundreds.

    Right, that’s how XML translators work (same as the older industry standard, EDI). You configure the translator to your system, and transmit the commonly agreed upon version of field (say your system calls a field “fax number” and my system calls it “fax”. XML decides there’s one common thing to call it “faxnum” or whatever, and the translators map “faxnum” into the trading partner system. I would have thought the big dogs in EMR (Siemens, GE) would have an interest in doing that, but medical records may just be more complex than invoices and remittances. I dunno.

    >> You are going to explain my theory to me?

    No silly, that is a strawman. By ignoring your theory from you, including declarations that it’s never been disproven. I just put the words “In my opinion” in front of “it’s never been disproven”. See? Easy-peasy!

  171. EMR – XML – cover theory

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ss2hULhXf04

  172. Moops.

  173. XML decides there’s one common thing to call it “faxnum” or whatever, and the translators map “faxnum”

    I’m well aware of the standards that XML and HL7 require re: the length, type, etc. of a field.

    But if I submit “White” and someone else sends “Caucasian” that’s junk data. How do you verify the actual data being shared?

    Those are the standards that need defining. What’s it gonna be for everyone? White or Caucasian?

    I just put the words “In my opinion” in front of “it’s never been disproven”. See? Easy-peasy!

    Well since it is my theory and I have yet to see a more substantive argument than “Paul Greene is more popular than Dolly Parton, so there!”, I’m gonna go with the probability being extremely high that my educated, informed opinion is correct and your weak, combative and ill-informed opinion is incorrect.

  174. My theory is that my theory cannot be disproven.

  175. Thanks, Sean.

  176. ahhh, your just a sexist who has a problem with women in authority…

    http://tinyurl.com/bt6huyl

  177. Gimme a vector, Victor.
    Roger, Roger.

  178. Sister Mary? Heh. Who protests too much?

  179. >> “Paul Greene is more popular than Dolly Parton, so there!”

    Must have heard that from someone other than me, I never said it. What you said was you, personally, had never heard of him.

    Case closed! You never heard of Pat Green!

    I cited his record sales as evidence of popularity with people. I mean people other than you.

    XML requires a common definition for a common thing too, even the data elements. Anyway I have work to do now.

  180. Who protests too much?

    Not I, said the fly.

    ugh. not even 4:30 yet.

    Is it too soon to start drinking?

  181. Woah, I had that on 45rpm when I was a kid. With “Dink Winkerson” on the flip side.

  182. Hahahahaha

    A gun parts supplier has registered senatorfeinstein.com and is going to use the site to promote gun rights.

    That ought to stick in the old wagon’s snootch.

  183. Case closed! You never heard of Pat Green!

    ooooooOOOOOoooooooo PAT Greene…..

    nope, never heard of him either.

    http://tinyurl.com/d32sf5h

  184. >> nope, never heard of him either.

    Yeah, I know. It’s kinda like how you tell us about arguing with your liberal friends at the record store, and you cite a fact in support of your argument. And how often they surprise you by declaring that since they never heard of your fact, it’s not irrelevant.

    That’s some funny shit right there, how they do that, isn’t it?

  185. XML translators?

    AAAAAAAAAAAA!

    *runs out, slams door

  186. Did xbrad freeze to death?

  187. I used to write them too, Jay. It was a dark time in my life, and I’d rather not talk about it.

    I mean, I could have been doing something useful or worthwhile with my time, like human trafficking.

  188. HA HA HA …must have..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IRslKeT0EmQ

  189. That’s some funny shit right there, how they do that, isn’t it?

    Dude, Pat Greene hasn’t gotten higher than #3 on the Country charts? And you think he’s universally popular because of that?

    You totally miss my entire point then you accuse me of arguing like a liberal?

    Yes. I get it. You like Pat Greene. He is very popular in Texas. (Well, kinda popular, having only charted in the top ten once). That does not put him in the same category as Sheryl Crow or The Counting Crows or Guns ‘n Roses or any of the other bands that I built this theory around.

    You know… bands that have crossed over from genre success to mainstream success.

    Seriously, what is so confusing about that to you?

  190. NSFW

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sEFo0ewffwg

  191. Comment by Jay in Ames on January 11, 2013 4:48 pm
    XML translators?
    ============
    Pretty sure Rosetta Stone has a program for that.

  192. Brought to you By the lebetter B. Big Bouncing Bs.

  193. “You know… bands that have crossed over from genre success to mainstream success suck.”

  194. “You know… bands that have crossed over from genre success to mainstream success suck.”

    This has nothing to do with quality.

  195. So, what is the actual text of the Wiserbud Theory? I don’t believe I’ve ever seen it printed, as such.

  196. You have to be shit faced.

  197. So, what is the actual text of the Wiserbud Theory?

    here’s the original post.

    http://michaelscomments.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/please-make-it-so/

  198. Van Halen put out an entire album of covers prior to hits like Jump & Panama.
    Phil Collins covered “Can’t Hurry Love” in 1982 (his first US solo hit) before a whole string of huge hits.

    Those are just off the top of my head.

  199. Tori Amos covered “Smells Like Teen Spirit” in 1992.

  200. I see the fun has begun.

    Carry on! (SWIDT)

  201. Van Halen put out an entire album of covers prior to hits like Jump & Panama.

    Phil Collins covered “Can’t Hurry Love” in 1982 (his first US solo hit) before a whole string of huge hits.

    They put out covers before they crossed over and became mega-popular.

    My point is that if they do it after they go huge, it’s an indicator that it’s the beginning of the end for the band.

  202. Cover Theory. Kills Blogs Dead™

  203. They put out covers before they crossed over and became mega-popular.

    False.

    The larger point being, your theory doesn’t hold water when applied more generally.

    Thank you for taking the time to discuss it, though.

  204. >> And you think he’s universally popular because of that?

    You keep using superlatives that I never used. Do your friends at the store do that too?

  205. Ack!

    I just clicked on wiser’s link. This is a bitch fight that’s been going on for 2 1/2 years?

    I remember reading the original post, but was unaware of the white hot rage simmering below the surface.

    Entertain me tonight. I have to go to a funeral tomorrow for a co-worker who died of a heart attack. He was my age. And in better shape. That sucks.

  206. >>>You keep using superlatives that I never used. Do your friends at the store do that too?

    Superlatives that are the actual basis of the whole damn thing, in case you hadn’t noticed.

    Question: did I say “all” bands are did I specifically refer to bands who went huge in mainstream pop culture?

  207. This is a bitch fight that’s been going on for 2 1/2 years?

    If we were liberals we’d have turned it into a college major by now.

  208. >>>False.

    Read the comments there. I debunked the van Galen thing already there. And you even point out that Phil Collins 1st was a cover. He then went huge. I submit that it was after he restarted releasing covers, his career began to slide, to the point where eccentric his older hits get very little airplay on stations that play music from the 80s.

    >>>The larger point being, your theory doesn’t hold water when applied more generally

    I think it does far more often than it does not.

  209. *applies for $700,000 pell grant to study cover theory*

  210. He was my age. And in better shape.

    Was he a runner? I’m asking for a friend.

  211. >>>If we were liberals we’d have turned it into a college major by now.

    There have certainly been dumber majors offered…,

  212. Geebus, can we just drop Wiser’ CST and talk about gluten or weather?

  213. >> This is a bitch fight that’s been going on for 2 1/2 years?

    Swear to God, wiser argued himself hoarse with Andy over this at one of our get togethers. Couple of hours, easy. Drinkin helped.

    That time I just watched.

  214. Nice little sausagefest we have going here.

  215. I’m trying to get started on how running kills people, but I haven’t heard a response.

  216. >>>Geebus, can we just drop Wiser’ CST and talk about gluten or weather?

    Hey, it’s not me that keeps bringing it up. I just refuse to allow misinformation about it to stand.

  217. Jim Fixx.

  218. The ghetto bar has brick walls inside.

  219. Afternoon.

  220. Hey, Jew-boy, tell us a story.

  221. Xbrad, how cold did it get there?

  222. >>>Afternoon.

    Yo

    *fistbump

  223. Leon,

    He wasn’t an avid runner. Just an AF officer who kept himself in shape.

    He was a Nav. Might as well blame that.

    All of my affairs are in order, but a bunch of 40-something yr old men just re-evaluated their life insurance positions.

  224. I just got done running.

    Didn’t die.

  225. Today, one of the girls in my department asked me “What’s Bobber Man?” I said, “I don’t know. What’s Bobber Man?” She said, “This song. Why are they saying Bobber Man?”

    The song was Barbara Ann.

  226. I figured you’d be out running on a day like today in January.

  227. Scott, it hasn’t been bad here. Might have dipped below freezing briefly a couple days ago, since one of my plants looks a little worse for wear.

    We had a high of 75 Tuesday, and right now, it’s still short sleeve weather.

  228. No open flames, please. I’m about to remove my boots.

  229. I was entertained for hours listening to Wiser and Andy argue in St Louis on the back balcony.

    I did not give a flying batcrap then. I do not give a flying batcrap now.

    If Wiser could make money off of it I would be there with bells on.

    It is still entertaining.

  230. Have you ever sat next to a couple of drunks who’ve been at the bar since 4, and spend their whole time bitching about their job, coworkers, and boss?

    Yeah, me neither.

  231. Should have told her Jew it was Bomb Iran

  232. Vmax,
    Check your G-string. I sent you 23 pages of commas, a couple of periods, and a continuity check.
    You lucky dog!

  233. Holy shit, it was Friday today.
    Damn. Work was so busy I didn’t take the time to feel awesome.

  234. I wish I had thought of that Vmax.

    Thusday is country music day and I sing ‘flapjack, back fat, come on baby meet me out back.’

  235. Whew. The sausagefest is over. What color fishnet tights are you wearing?

  236. Tights? Ha ha. No. These are actual fishnets.

    *shakes out a load of sardines*

  237. Hahahahaha

    ewwwwwww…

  238. *dabs a little tartar sauce behind my ears and sits at the end of the bar*

  239. She must be somebody’s baby. . .
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-3TZiyY9Sk

  240. Holy crap! I just realized something. Remember how many annoying punks there were driving around with their car stereos turned up to 17 just a few years ago?

    They are gone, and today’s young punks can’t afford their own cars.

    Score one for Obama.

  241. Scott,
    We still have a few here, mostly with $1,000 stereos in $500 beaters.
    We’re a little slow out here in the sticks…

  242. Chief, it hit 60° here today. Headed your way.

  243. We have 4″ of snow, biting wind, mid-20s. I’ll be sure to send it on.

  244. Scott – You are a GENIUS!!! Plus, I laughed out loud,

  245. Hotspur – Scheduled to play golf on Sunday. Hoping my health is up to it!

  246. Enjoy it MCPO. Winter returns next week and it’s angry.

  247. He is a genius, but we just had a brief discussion about it here at home and we disagree.

    I think the paucity of annoying youth with loud cars is just because that was a technology fad-thing that has moved on. It’s all about social media now with the young set, not driving around with thumping speakers.

  248. Laura thinks it’s more of a cultural change.

    Maybe it’s a combination of the two.

    I am so glad that fad is gone.

  249. D’oh!

  250. Maybe that generation went deaf.

  251. That generation is still in diapers, living in their mom’s basement, watching Snooki shit.

  252. ….along with their many ‘participation’ ribbons/awards…

  253. But where were they going without ever knowing the way?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b0wfu3tOrtQ

  254. beasn, you need one of these

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=c4JUu-kTaIs

  255. I think they can’t afford him. Parents can’t afford to help.

    It’s an Obama miracle.

  256. I think they can’t afford them- cars. Parents can’t afford to help.

    It’s an Obama miracle.

  257. Apparently you haven’t seen all of the Beemers in Ann Arbor.

  258. Thanks Chris
    Check yours.

  259. Phat, sorry about your friend.

  260. Out here they are beater old Golfs, Corollas, and Civics.

  261. It’s just a Hostage kind of song.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oRRb_65qvVo#t=0m21s

  262. ChrisPy – Lot of young guys driving mid-90s pick-ups/SUVs around here.

  263. A lot of youngsters here have really nice vehicles, but the thumpa-thumpa is rare. Mostly they spend a ton of money souping their cars up.

    I commented on that to somebody once and learned something I did not know. A hundred odd years ago, Cheyenne was the most affluent city in America. Apparently all these youngsters come from old money and are burning their trust fund.

  264. Phat, sorry to hear about your friend. Funeral tomorrow for my co-worker’s sister, also a heart attack. She was 49.

  265. Tomorrow is my birfday. I will be officially Oh-El-Dee.

  266. Will be?

  267. Sorry for the loss of your friend, Phat

  268. . . . will be have been officially Oh-El-Dee for. . .

  269. For MCPO, no one else click
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y0GVSrgl2TI

  270. OMFG, click on Roamy’s “Cleverly’s” link, but click on them covering *cough* “Walk Like an Egyptian”

    Fucking hilarious.

  271. Phat,
    Sorry for your loss. Did he have a current medical, and they just missed something?
    Or was it just “Out of The Blue”?

  272. ChrisPy – We would lose one Maj/LtCol/Col a year running when I was stationed at NAB Little Creek.

  273. Sunday I’m going to a memorial for a friend who had a heart attack as well. He was a Navy vet and fellow comic book geek. No family except an elderly aunt up in the County so we are having the memorial for him on our own. Good conservative guy who always engaged me in conversation about how things were going to hell in a hand basket. He was a heavy smoker so we usually talked outside the shop while he had a smoke or three.

  274. Funny, Jewstin. Lot of motorheads in the town my store is in too. But in that case, it’s because the former landlord of my property used to have car shows in our parking lot every weekend for years and years. Hot dog stand, ice cream cart, lemonade, the whole Summer fun thing.

    A lot of the kids in town got the classic car restoration bug real young, due to him. And now all those kids are adults, with nifty projects going on in their garage all the time.

    My Dad is one of these same kinds of DIY car guys…my sister turned into a real car buff, but I don’t seem to have the gene.

  275. I raise my glass to all the good people we’ve cared about who have died.

  276. Here here, Amen mare

  277. Wtf is going on with harry Reid and some fucking letter?

  278. hear hear

  279. oops.. sorry jimbro I didn’t mean to spell correcty.. I was raising a glass with you all.

    We’ve all lost some good friends together, and others in our own personal lives this past year.

  280. Our CSM dropped dead at the head of the battalion formation just as we finished a 12 mile run in Hawaii. Sad. Good CSM, nice family.

  281. S’ok Dave. Like the texters say “I new wut u ment”!

  282. Running kills.

  283. Disparate data is the easy part. The hard part is a rules-based engine that reconciles disparate processes. Not just an issue for industry verticals. It’s also huge for corporations that have grown by acquisition and want to be a single entity buy have, for example, upteen different HR systems in flight.

  284. Amen, Romalita.

  285. I shall raise a toast to our departed this evening.

    Sure, I was gonna drink anyway.

    But now I can drink with a purpose.

  286. As always, always encouraging my friends to stay close to the docs, keep an eye on things that are troublesome. I’m selfish and I want you around.

    I’m like that, yo.

  287. Carin, what are you talking about? Where can we find it? Don’t see on Drudge.

  288. I have not had a drink since the 21st of December. I plan on having one tomorrow however.

  289. I finally took Ace’s advice from last November and am going to try vaping.

  290. you have to be back in the casket before dawn

  291. BTW – I just started the fifth book of “A Song of Fire and Ice”.

  292. Did anybody infringe on anybody else’s copyright today?

  293. Vaping is for pussies.

    Just quit, be sick for 3 days and it’s over.

  294. I respect* Catherine Bigelow (the director of Zero Dark Thirty) for not backing away from the role enhanced interrogation played in finding Bin Ladin, however, while on Letterman she made an ass of herself trying to run around the subject of torture.

    *Fricken pathetic:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yg8eCg86VpA

    I shit on her unwillingness in front of the uber douche Letterman to simply say, torture worked.

  295. Anyone who doesn’t believe in torturing (whatever) terrorists for info, please remember the decision many made on September 11, 2001, to end their life via horrid skin/lungs burned off by fire, or jumping out a 90 story window.

  296. That was an argument I made in a post years ago at AoS, I think on a 9.11 anniversary, I forget. But it was simply “the dirty truth is most Americans do not give a fuck what you do to these bastards, to prevent more of this horror.”

    I would have been perfectly ok with actual torture.

  297. Every single serviceman who went through SAR School up until 2008 was waterboarded.

  298. Amen, Dave.

    There are things I could do, things I can’t and lots I don’t know. However, give me a known terrorist which they all were (certainly within the confines of the movie/situation) and I can take a towel put it over their mouth and pour water on it….repeatedly. There are lots of other things I would do. Hang ‘em naked…pfffffftttttt. Put them in a box, could care less. Shoot them in the knee, yes. Cut off a finger, no. It works but it grosses me out seriously, gross. I would let someone else do it but could not do it myself.

  299. Then it is not torture.
    US Service men voluntarily were waterboarded by instructors who had to be instructed how to do it. I am sure lawyers were involved. I am also sure it was not NEW but had been done for decades.

    Typical liberals lying to feel good and make the military and Bush look bad.

  300. Hand me the knife, I got this.

    All serial aside, Khalid Sheikh Mohammed? I would have been perfectly fine with a propane torch to his nuts.

  301. Or SERE at Fairchild AFB

  302. *your-nuts roasting on an open fiiiiiiire, jack knife nipping at your noooooose*

  303. In theory I draw the line at physical damage. Hot cold wet loud music no sleep are nothing. A slap maybe a punch on a restrained person is pushing it.

    Do we slap or punch our servicemen?

  304. That’s why I love dave…”I would have been perfectly fine with a propane torch to his nuts.”

    I might be able to do that, I don’t know, cutting a finger just grosses me out.

    Baseball bat to the solar plexus, yes.

  305. Allen West shot a trashcan. Ooooh…torture.

  306. Vman is a better man than I. I know what I’m willing/capable of.

    Seriously, I think every person in Government should be forced to watch people jump AND land from the World Trade Center on 9/11.

    Also, making decisions about self defense and defense of family is fricking easy. I’ve spent many hours thinking about what I would and would not do if my girls were involved. What is kind of weird is that my mind is less certain about making certain moves with my own life than it is with my girls.

  307. Do we slap or punch our servicemen?

    Yes. Well, at least they used to do that.

  308. I know some of you think it’s bluster, which is fine, but you’re wrong. I could torture someone. Like I said, cutting a finger off no…someone who raped my daughter, if the opportunity presented itself, I’d cut their dick off and shove it in their mouth no problem.

  309. All depends on the subject, his crimes, and knowledge. With KSM, the proven mastermind of 9/11 and actionable knowledge of future plans, no holds barred. I would cover mare’s eyes while I carved his fingers off, if that’s what it took to protect another 3000 innocent Americans.

    Now, Ahmed Taxi Driver? No, I wouldn’t go that far.

    The kicker for me is “what has he done that we know he did, and was it horrific, and what might he know that is coming that could be the same?”

    Moral? No. And I don’t care.

  310. “Moral? No. And I don’t care.”

    Yes, this is true for me too.

  311. I don’t like icky things, but I’ve adapted my whole life. It’s doable.

  312. I still think we should have nuked a few places on Sep 12.

  313. “Vengeance is Mine, sayeth the LORD.”

    http://www.motifake.com/vengence-mine-saith-the-lord-usaf-demotivational-posters-107136.html

  314. Wonder what Wiser is doing?

    http://tinyurl.com/ayjfyy4

  315. Well…this thread certainly covered a lot of ground today.

    Dave, did you click on links from work?

  316. What is this insanity?

    http://youtu.be/GzXVLbs41Ew

  317. I don’t think I’ve ever had a corona with lemon.

  318. >> Dave, did you click on links from work?

    I am not as dumb as I look. But I’ll go check em out now.

  319. In the movie, the main character is up for bombing the possible BIn Ladin site. Seriously, unless you’re concerned about credit, kill the high level operative, no matter who it is and save Seals and Helos.

  320. Mare,
    Did you read “No Easy Day”?
    A very detailed account of the planning, training for, and execution of the UBL raid.
    A real page-turner, from someone who was there, as well as having jumped into the Maersk Alabama captains rescue…

  321. The drawback for nuking it from orbit was the lack of UBLs DNA.
    They wanted proof. We’ll never see it…

  322. Its all fun and games until you smash your cameraman into a bloody pulp against a tree.

  323. No nukes necessary. I very doable from Afghan, to Pakistan.

  324. I guess Dave has little curiosity. Or just looks at the pictures.

  325. I like the funny links and gifs, Pups. Good doggeh!

  326. Agreed ChrisP, No Easy Day was a good book. Page turner as you say. Worth the time and money.

    Good job subbing on BBF today Pupster. Good gifs, no backfat…you deserve all the liver treats you want with a marrow bone chaser.

  327. Bitch, it takes time to peruse your work.

    I declare this post a thumbs up. Mostly cause you picked a cute girl, not a fatty with giant honkers. I caught that Jeremiah Johnson pic.

    Fuck you for that totally accurate Dave in Texas pic. How in the hell did that get out *calls my publicist in a fit of rage*

    Well done, thou good and faithful slobberhound. Stop sniffing crotches.. here, here boy, here’s a bacon ball! GO GET IT!

    Good pup.

  328. http://imgur.com/gallery/OtvkH

  329. Anybody see Cdr. Salamander today?
    The JEF continues to amaze me with just how fucked-up he really is. What a waste of skin…
    http://cdrsalamander.blogspot.com/2013/01/good-lord-man-bring-everyone-home-then.html
    So it goes…

  330. Mare
    I said in theory. I am much more hot headed than theoretical. However I can see that far in theory.

  331. After getting drunk, Jimbro was not sure where he spent the night, but he did wake up on a familiar street.

    http://imgur.com/gallery/C2acO

  332. Pups, I’m not really as yucky in person as I am online. I must sound mean online. May have to rework that.

    Chrispy, I’m reading that tomorrow.

  333. http://m.quickmeme.com/meme/3raoto/

  334. Jimbro eats a dick first thing in the a.m.?

  335. No xbrad, that’s what she said…

  336. She said you eat a dick first thing in the a.m.?

  337. I’m as yucky in person as I am on line.

  338. You’re about to eat a bag of salty donkey dicks delivered to your door on dry ice via FedEx.

    Sign here sir and have a pleasant day!

    (ahem, address please?)

  339. 1600 Pennsylvania Ave,
    Washington, DC.

    Be sure to mark the box “Danger-Explosives”

    And be sure to use your real name and address on the return label.

  340. I’ll be sending dog dick there. Indonesian Style.

  341. >> I’m as yucky in person as I am on line.

    I hated hugging you when we met.

    I’m lying.

    nite gooberers

  342. Goodnight all, I just woke up when my iPad fell on me.

  343. NYTOL,
    Time to feed Anita and then sleep…

  344. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PA_s3VbSHLA

    Good night and squishy hugs

  345. What the fuck is this shit?

    *sniff sniff*

    *chokes on vomit*

    *puts in breath mint*

    Hi Rocket Chick!

    *stimulates her four gauge bosons*

    *kicks Dave in Texas in the pussy*

  346. young xbrad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L6kAE06mJAQ

  347. You show your fat ass here without bringing Henry or Floyd pics?

    WTFITS?

  348. Henry and Floyd are both in prison due to a family jail break gone bad and as such they were unavailable for photos.

    What’s one thing you’ve done in 2013 that should dissuade God from striking you down immediately in a storm of hell fire and pestilence?

  349. Well, I …..

    Oh, shit!

  350. It looks like you put up a new deck so that counts for something. You need to brush the leaves off though.

    http://tinyurl.com/aq5mv9c

  351. I did not punch a single fucking dumbass hippie libtard today, not one.

  352. I did not punch a single fucking dumbass hippie libtard today, not one.

    - 1 million points

  353. Yay! *Gets out “How To Spend A Million Points Dream Catalog” and starts viewing the possibilities.”

  354. Clintbird is pretty bad at math.

  355. Oh, it was a minus. Well fuck. *Throws catalog through window.*

  356. I think the prize for -1 million points is a night with Joy Behar.

  357. Butts.

  358. hineys

  359. Bums.

  360. Lippy, how’s the sexiest set of feet in OC?

  361. Oh, there is a bubble to be burst, B-rad. They is all swolled up. I fear their days as beauty objects are over.

    How’s Pogo?

  362. She’s miserable, but she’s alive, so no whining allowed.

    Put your feet up and have a bourbon. Swelling will eventually go down.

  363. I’m a derp – I’m a goddess
    I’m a derp – Well I’m a virgin
    I’m a derp – I’m a blue movie
    I’m a derp – I’m a bitch
    I’m a derp – I’m a geisha
    I’m a derp – I’m a little girl
    And we make love together

  364. Sean – she’s still pretty damn hot
    http://tinyurl.com/b2frrcl

  365. Fuck.

  366. Morning fish.

    http://i.imgur.com/9m6Bs.gif

  367. There are two stories in today’s paper about people getting busted for tax evasion. One of them for failing to report gambling winnings.

    I have never seen tax evasion stories in the paper before.

  368. Morning.

  369. Hi.

  370. *sigh* She must be busy. Ok. I’ll do it.

    *dons little grey wig and XL skort*

    *gargles with lemon tea and assumes a dramatic speaking pose*

    IT IS MORNING, FRIENDS. TIME TO RISE, AND GREET THE NEW DAY. AWAKEN! AWAKEN!

    *takes off wig but keeps skort on*

  371. How did I do?

  372. Outstanding. The dramatic pose really sold it.

  373. Ah. I see. Wakey FAIL.

    Time to go to work anyway. Boo.

  374. I couldn’t tell the difference.

  375. Spoke too soon…thanks Jew.

  376. gmorning

    since my wakey dealo has been accomplished for the day

    I had crap to do first.

  377. I’m as yucky in person as I am on line.

    Beasn, a number of us have met you in person as well as online. Your pathetic attempt to stake a claim to yuckiness does not fly.

    I, on the other hand, am an accomplished professional in this area.

  378. This is the story I was talking about last night.
    http://www.whitehousedossier.com/2013/01/11/obama-setting-stage-seize-power-purse/

  379. I’ll bet she has high self esteem. Morals unknown.

    http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/976322573.gif

  380. I, on the other hand, am an accomplished professional in this area.

    http://i.imgur.com/xswC7.gif

  381. L to R

    Lauraw, cAriN

    http://i.minus.com/iFPw889mbkmHs.gif

  382. Something woke me up

  383. Was it a bad dream? I’ll bet it was all a dream.

    http://i.imgur.com/kfUZF.gif

  384. Something woke me up

    It was me calling you on the phone.

    You didn’t pick up.

    *sobs

    This is why. THIS.

  385. Road’s closed.

    http://i.imgur.com/cWkCj.gif

    *throws up hands*

  386. I had a dream about a hump and a wig and a skort.

    Hold me.

  387. I have your number too, cArIn. I’m waiting for the right moment.

    *something with a soccer field, I think to myself*

  388. And I was calling you to say it was all a bad dream.

    This is going to set me back months with my “issue.”

  389. *something with a soccer field, I think to myself*

    *cold sweats

  390. You didn’t call me. I would have heard my “Fly Me To The Moon” ring tone.

  391. There, there big guy.

    Shhh..shh…shh

  392. Oh shit. I have Carin set to The Summer Wind.

    Shit. shit shit shit.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TIltgDzgvk8

  393. Please set my ringtone to the following:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUzd9KyIDrM

  394. Good morning all, it’s gonna be the best day evah….

  395. Ok, but if you call me at 2am again I’m going to crap the bed.

  396. Okay, from all the commentary, I might need to watch Ben Shapiro vs. Piers Morgan, but it’s too early and I’m too sober for that right now.

    **gets another pot of coffee brewing because someone left just a quarter-cup in the pot and called it not empty

    **gives the Beasn look.

  397. oh good beasn is gonna take the rap!

    *hides coffee cup

  398. I meant the look Beasn gives when someone’s misbehaving (i.e., I’m too lazy to find a Grumpy Cat pic to link).

    Also, happy birthday, MCPO!

  399. OH. Duh.

    HI

  400. Dave is the man!
    Hi Roamy.

  401. Happy Birthday, MCPO.

  402. System of a Down`s lead singer`s voice bugs the hell out of me. Nails on a chalkboard.

  403. ‘morning children. WTF is with the weather? 2 degrees, and supposed to be cold through Wednesday. Way colder than usual.

  404. The handwriting expert on F+F right now has a face lift gone wrong. Or too much Botox.

  405. Pepe, it balances out. It’s in the upper 60′s here. Feels weird and makes me antsy about possible tornadoes.

  406. Warm and rainy here, bottom falls out this afternoon.

  407. Pepe, how far are you from Gila National Park?

  408. January thaw in midcoast Maine for the weekend. Cold returns next week. My bees take “cleansing” flights (bees don’t shart) when it warms up and they don’t all make it back to the hive before they freeze.

    sniff sniff

  409. If you win the lottery, the first million dollars you spend should be to buy anonymity.

  410. I’m about 100 miles northwest of the Gila cliff dwellings. It’s a lot farther than that by road.

  411. Shit, I’m north EAST of there, not northwest.

  412. Wow. Beautiful country. You must be at a pretty good elevation.

  413. House is around 7,000 feet, mountain behind us goes to 10,750.

  414. My 9 year old is fascinated that Ben Stein is on Fox News and not just Ferris Buehler. He loves saying voodoo economics over and over to drive his mother crazy.

  415. Good morning, good people!

  416. Hi mare. Have some coffee and brandy

  417. Wow. How far can you go on a bicycle without peddling?

  418. No brandy for me. I don’t like brandy, but I sure enjoy coffee!

  419. How Dave gets ready for work:

    http://tinyurl.com/bb8qvp3

  420. It’s ok I kept the brandy

  421. Now I want some!

  422. This Dunham fellow is gross. I can’t believe this is what the country is producing now:

    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2013/01/11/letterman-discusses-brian-williams-daughters-sex-scenes-girls-star-le#ixzz2HldP4tym

  423. Pedaling.

    On the Big Island, I took a tour where they take you in a (non-free candy) van to the top of the mountain, and you hop on a bike and ride downhill. I coasted all the way from the summit to the beach. Maybe 40 miles?

  424. Public service announcement:

    01/12 Ravens vs Broncos-3:30 PM (CT)‎

    01/12 Packers vs 49ers 7:00 PM (CT)

    01/13 Seahawks vs Falcons 12:00 PM (CT)

    01/13 Texans vs Patriots 3:30 PM (CT)

  425. January thaw in midcoast Maine for the weekend. Cold returns next week. My bees take “cleansing” flights (bees don’t shart) when it warms up and they don’t all make it back to the hive before they freeze.

    Is it legal to keep assault bees in Maine?

  426. Is it legal to keep assault bees in Maine?

    Andrew Cuomo says no one needs to keep more than ten bees in a hive.

  427. Jewstin?

    http://imgur.com/gallery/sAg6S

  428. How many red flags do you see here?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2261343/Demi-Moore-50-dating-Lindsay-Lohans-31-year-old-ex-Harry-Morton.html

  429. How many red flags do you see here?
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/article-2261343/Demi-Moore-50-dating-Lindsay-Lohans-31-year-old-ex-Harry-Morton.html

    They both seem like pretty well-adjusted ladies.

  430. How many red flags do you see here?

    You’re just jealous of Demi because she gets to OD on nitrous oxide in Malibu and all you get is wet hay in a stable.

    NNTAWWT.

  431. Andrew Cuomo says no one needs to keep more than ten bees in a hive.

    I just don’t see why somebody would need a military-style bee for honey-making.

  432. NNTAWWT.

    Indeed!

  433. I wouldn’t date someone who shared a cab with Lindsay Lohan.

  434. It’s about time we had a national conversation about sensible laws to control honey.

  435. Fun fact: Lindsay Lohan is one of the few celebrities who leaves a trail like a snail.

  436. Nobody needs bees, unless you are getting farm subsidies like that bee farmer Jon Bon Jovi.

  437. Okay, we need a new poat. Gimme a minute.

  438. If we just banned all bees, the problems with the Africanized killer bees would go away.

  439. Oh sure. Soon as I show up you have to start a new poast. Fine. I’ll start taking showers.

  440. Lauraw, cAriN

    http://i.minus.com/iFPw889mbkmHs.gif

    I work with those people.

    *pulls out tuft of hair*

  441. Many beehives are cutting down the bee staff to less than fifty to avoid Obeemacare insurance mandates.

  442. New poat! **sprays Febreeze in GO’s general direction**

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