Happy Saturday

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Looking good, Mare:

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Xbrad suns himself by the pool:

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472 Comments

  1. Good morning.

  2. mmmmurrghh. *yawn*

  3. I have misplaced the small scoop that I normally used to portion out my brewing chocolate, and was forced to use a tablespoon.

    This is an ill omen for the day ahead.

  4. wakey wakey

  5. Well that wasn’t nice.

    Not at all.

  6. I think she is having muscle cramps. I should give her a banana.

    http://img11.hostingpics.net/pics/270466473.gif

  7. Coffee?

  8. Reach for the pot slowly, v. I don’t think cyn has had any yet.

    http://i.imgur.com/WNp1W.gif

  9. Time to make bacon.

    http://i.imgur.com/tT9Mo.gif

  10. Thanks Pups,
    Carin call me.
    Ha!
    Check your gmailthingie

  11. Coffee me please.

  12. checked, and replied.

    I suck,but I’ll try to be a better person.

  13. *coffee’s Cyn

    Watch out for Pupster this morning.

    He’s in a mood.

  14. Kitty up there in the poat is me.

  15. I am having chocolate and almond butter for breakfast.

  16. Thanks, Carin. *sips coffee*

    I see that yes. HA!

  17. Carin! High five!

    http://imgur.com/gallery/0Pf1C

  18. http://imgur.com/gallery/eJLzn

  19. There should be a football game today.

  20. Ya know who we haven’t seen around here in a while? TBOM.

    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/documents/enema-tampering-plea-789462

  21. Scott – yes.

  22. One today and one tomorrow. I think they used to do it that way.

  23. Okay – I give up. I think I’m just about officially done with reading the ‘news’ and seeing what has become of us.

    Kindergartner suspended for threatening to shoot friend with bubble gun | Fox News http://fxn.ws/XmkiP1

  24. I think so too, Scott. That seems right.

    At least we’ll have Arena Football without waiting too long after the Super Bowl.

  25. Nobody needs a bubble gun.

  26. Or a Nerf gun, or a cap gun, or a potato gun. Amazing.

    I can remember having to have a talk with the boys, maybe 5 or so years ago after some other ‘tragic event’, that they couldn’t even have a whisper of a thought about guns while at school. No finger pointing, no drawings, no references, nothing.

  27. Oh… and I’m reminded of a recent couple that I interviewed. The old lady had a question when I was done, and I said, “You bet; shoot [me your question]!”, with a smile on my face. She got offended.

    A phase that’s been around for eons.

    *sighs*

  28. http://i.imgur.com/NmGzW.gif

  29. I’ve been at work for an hour and a half.

    I am the one percent.

  30. I am off to work in the driveway. brrrrrrr

  31. Awww shoot, Scott – you be careful out there!

  32. http://gifmir.com/gifs/1/0/1/2/6/2.gif

  33. I’m at work…I don’t think I’m getting paid today. It is DEAD.

  34. It’s dead Jim.

    Break out the boxes of wine Laura.

  35. I can’t believe you guys are still alive. I guess the doll is waiting until tonight to murder you.

  36. I should go to work. Catching up on American Horror Story and have no particular plans for the day is no way to go through life.

    As for the bubble gun, I’m pretty sure that’s a sign we’ve hit the last throes of the “decadence” phase of a republic. The only question is how long the dark age will last. Some things about the world are very different from the last time a global hegemon died, and there’s no clear historical analogue for what comes next when there’s no frontier. Add global, instantaneous communication and WMDs and things are even less predictable.

    I’m betting on a theocracy, or at least the impulse to one. Our enemy has one, and secular democratic government is already proving unequal to its opposition.

  37. MJ, that’s not even a good picture of it. This thing is hideous. Big clump of what looks to be human hair with it, too. And a box of broken eyes.

  38. Ugh. This morning I unknowingly grabbed a jacket that smells like old cooking. Gonna be a long day.

  39. *sniffs*

    Pork roast?

  40. This does not seem particularly well planed.

    http://i.minus.com/ibaInBH53cFbjr.gif

  41. I dunno. I can’t figure out if we’re going to decide to defend our way of life or not. So far it appears not.

    I’m curious what Saudi Arabia is going to do. They’re enemies of many ME states, but their so damn backward they still execute girls for witchcraft.

  42. MJ, that’s not even a good picture of it. This thing is hideous. Big clump of what looks to be human hair with it, too. And a box of broken eyes.
    —————————-
    I was going to suggest that scott wait until you fell asleep then put it in the bathroom but that just seemed cruel.

  43. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SJ8Ndkg8urw&feature=youtube_gdata_player

    Think ya used enough dynamite there, Vlad?

  44. Table….done!!!

  45. It’s at the store, and probably lacks the manual dexterity to work the doors. If the alarm goes off tonight, I’m not coming to check it out.

  46. I always wonder about one thing: the high masters of liberalism are pretty good at creating conventional wisdom that their unthinking foot soldiers follow blindly. The liberal horde does linear thinking and does not waste neurons on things like unintended consequences, cost vs benefit, competing priorities, trade offs etc.

    Global warming bad? Durrrr! Stop everything that warmens the glowbe. Don’t worry about consequences.

    The high masters are not fools. They know they can get the horde to support or oppose anything. Drone attacks? No problem. Obama is in office, we will support that shit.

    So, what I don’t understand is, why have the masters not commanded the zombies to embrace guns? We all know that they have nothing against guns. They just resent that the other side has them. So why are they not trying to arm themselves too?

    The only reason I can think of is that they know their followers are fucking pussies and won’t survive an armed conflict. Better to try and disarm the other side.

    Any other reasons?

  47. I’m curious what Saudi Arabia is going to do. They’re enemies of many ME states, but their so damn backward they still execute girls for witchcraft.

    What I’m really worried about is that someday so will we, having concluded that the alternative has failed.

  48. >>What I’m really worried about is that someday so will we, having concluded that the alternative has failed.

    Burn Hermoine!

  49. Any other reasons?

    Culturally, getting them into guns is a losing plan. It gets them to talk to — or at least do business with — current gun owners. It also empowers them as individuals, makes them think about themselves as responsible for their own safety and well-being. Those sorts of ideas and notions are dangerous.

  50. http://imgur.com/gallery/HqkkG

  51. Holy crap. How did I forget there’s fourteen pounds of fresh homemade bacon in the freezer??

  52. Same thing, but better

    http://youtu.be/GXhJPey3i_A

  53. There are many many many liberal gun owners. There are many many many liberals who are enthusiastic supporters of the 2nd Amendment. We just aren’t hearing them right now.

  54. This thing is long, but anyone who loved Compos’s story would love this.

    http://img.chan4chan.com/img/2009-10-12/1255368761298.jpg

  55. Laura, yes there are,but they have to hide this shameful wart on their soul from their liberal friends. They don’t want to be cast out of the village.

  56. They have their own gun fora on Democratic Underground and they say the same things we do there, about self reliance and tyranny. It’s fairly encouraging.

    Not all liberals think helplessness is a virtue.

  57. If you’ve ever had your ass kicked you’d like not having it kicked again.

  58. There are many many many liberal gun owners.

    I was just looking at the Gallup gun ownership survey results through 2011. Over the past decade GOP voters have had constant gun ownership (i.e., the percentage of households with guns hasn’t changed). But Democrats went from something like 32% to 40% in one year (2010 to 2011).

    GOPers may be adding to their collections, but the Dems have a lot of first-time buyers adding to the run on guns.

  59. I was just looking at the Gallup gun ownership survey results through 2011.

    Yes, that’s how I spend my wake-up time on a Saturday morning.

  60. Mmmm, chaaaaarts

  61. I’ll have charts with a side of bacons please.

  62. I don’t have much expectations from Science. But I want scientists to invent a method to predict with high accuracy whether a fetus will turn out into a gay person. And then I want to watch the epic conflict between pro abortion liberals and gay rights liberals.

    Oh,I need the scientists to invent 0 carb popcorn too.

  63. I overslept this morning. I blame C arin.

  64. http://tinyurl.com/ayz2fcp

  65. Comment by The key to weight loss with Green Coffee Bean capsules as explained on The Dr Oz Show, is in the very potent, natural compound Chlorogenic Acid. The Chlorogenic Acid may work by slowing down the release of glucose into the body after meals while at the sa on January 19, 2013 10:54 am

    Worst sock puppet ever.

    After “scott” I mean.

    *gives lauraw an atomic wedgie*

  66. *gives lauraw an atomic wedgie*

    Which is pretty impressive because I’m a fucking bulldog.

    Bitches love impressive bulldogs.

  67. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1TJAao3lvco

  68. Humpty smooches are not enough. I want a high five.

    http://imgur.com/gallery/0Pf1C

  69. HA! I saw that weight loss comment from last night and couldn’t figure out if it was spam or someone was doing a fat mare joke.

    Also, Wonder Twin Activate Fat Losing wonder pants.

  70. Floyd, tell your worthless human to post some awesome photos of you and your human brother.

  71. Sausage, anyone?

    http://imgur.com/gallery/O6uAr

  72. Made it to work.

    #OccupyStandingDesk

  73. *giggles*

  74. http://imgur.com/gallery/Iw9V2

  75. Awww, Floyd! Been missing you, buddy!

    I’d visit you more often, but that guy Rosetta is like a disease.

  76. Leon, what type of standing desk do you have? Store bought or jury rigged?

    Also, wtf does jury rigged mean?

  77. http://leoncaruthers.mee.nu/longevity/upstanding_citizen

    I ended up cutting the taller one down to a riser as well, they sit on top of what used to be my desks, with the added advantage of a convenient shelf underneath each.

  78. Xbrad’s mating strategy revealed:

    http://tinyurl.com/bhw7yb4

  79. The final placement puts my desks slightly below my belt buckle. An inch higher might be better, as I sometimes find myself leaning on a bent wrist rather than a forearm, but they’ve been pretty good over the last year and change.

  80. Thanks for the info. I use a rolling computer at work to move from room to room and would like an option to stand as well at home.

  81. So Drudge reports all hostages dead.
    Thank Gaia we have a Democrat preezy or this might be a cause for alarm in the media.

  82. All hostages dead means the environment is safe for carpet bombing, right?

  83. Sorry, sometimes my anger gets the better of me. I hope those we lost rest in peace.

  84. Leon, I think the standard work surface heights (for example standard kitchen counter height of 34-36 inches) is too low. Work surfaces that come to slightly above belly button are ergonomically better for long hours of work. Rule of thumb: while you are sitting at a desk resting your forearms on the table, your elbows are bent at roughly 90 degrees. Same should happen with a standing table.

    IOW, your standing desk should be your sitdown desk height plus the length of your thigh.

  85. You guys saw that video of assassination attempt on Bulgarian oppo leader?

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2265002/Ahmed-Dogan-Heart-stopping-moment-man-pulls-gun-Bulgarian-opposition-leader-makes-speech-live-TV.html

  86. Comment by Jimbro on January 19, 2013 11:54 am

    Xbrad’s mating strategy revealed:

    http://tinyurl.com/bhw7yb4

    It appears to me on the surface that Barnacles have survived throughout the millenia, not by survival of the fittest, rather survival of the random luckiest.

    What say you Mr. Darwin?

  87. I just double-checked. The other one (my “real work”) machine has a desk at the right height (navel). I don’t think I’ll bother to correct this one.

  88. What say you Mr. Darwin?

    *cut to Darwin wanking into the Irish Sea*

  89. About 15 years ago when my oldest daughter was in ES she befriended a little girl who lived a couple of blocks over. Mrs. Pendejo and I got to know this kid’s parents a little. He worked in either a gas plant or an oil refinery, can’t remember which, in Algeria. 28 on 28 off and flew home on his 28 off. One evening when we were over at their house visiting, he showed us some pics of where he worked. The perimeter looked like a modern American prison. 12 foot cyclone fence with coiled razor wire on top and guard towers on the corners. He said that he felt safe when he was inside, but never felt good about the transport to and from the airport. The busses were escorted by Algerian military, but were still vulnerable to ambush, especially rocket attack from afar. He finally made enough money doing it and got tired enough of the living away from home that he bought a cotton farm and quit the oil company. When I saw pics of the plant yesterday on some Brit newspaper website, I wondered if it was where he used to work. He didn’t work for BP but some times those properties change ownership.

  90. *cut to Darwin wanking into the Irish Sea*

    I never drink water…….fish fuck in it.

    /some drunken commedian whom I can’t remember the name of

  91. I hope xbrad understands the consequences of such uneven application of sunblock. Legible suntans are problematic.

  92. To credit me with a “strategy” rather than a technique is to give far too much credit.

  93. Xbrad, I must admit the watermelon is a nice touch.

  94. I never drink water…….fish fuck in it.

    Shit WC Fields said

  95. *glances at creepy doll on table*

    Huh. Could have sworn she was lying on her other side, before.

  96. We’re talking about gun control on the show. Would love to have callers….

  97. 203-757-1320

  98. RUN LAURA!!!

  99. Boo!! My computer speakers aren’t working. I can’t listen to the show here. What time are you on until?

  100. Riley just got back from the vet. He had to have four shots.

  101. The doll cut the wires!

  102. 2pm

  103. *sigh*
    Next week…

  104. What show? Should I play up the drawl? Are chicks listening?

  105. Wiser, is the show streamed online?

  106. Not enough sound effects.

  107. Being it, Dave.

    Watr.com

  108. is there a commercial for medical care on now? I think I got it on my store radio!

  109. WATR, Helen! WATR!

  110. wiser, you can use me as an example of a guy who just cut a check to the NRA for $500 spurred on by the gun grabbers

  111. *practices my Yosemite Sam voice*

  112. What if I call and ask wiser about jobs at the record store?

  113. GO, I screen the calls.

    You’ll get nowhere

  114. I’M A ROOTIN-TOOTIN SAM HILL SHOOTIN MURRICAN WITH MAH GUNS

    Just being from Texas they’ll already hear that, without me sayin it.

  115. What about jobs at the assault record store?

  116. Give us a heads up ahead of time when you’re gonna be giving away the Supertramp tickets, ‘mkay?

  117. GO just peppering me with questions today…..

  118. So WATR is near Naugatuck Valley, source of prime top-grade Naugahydes.

  119. Man, I wish I still had my balls. I feel like wiserbud.

  120. I don’t think I am listening to the right station. They’re talking about shoes and stuff.

  121. Does wiser do dedications? Because I’d like him to play “Because I Got High” by Afroman and dedicate it to the Preezy.

  122. Our 5th caller with the phrase that pays gets a yellow highlighter that was actually used by the host!

    CALL NOW!

  123. Women’s shoes? High heel stilettos? That’s my mind you’re reading laura

  124. FLOYD! Science question:

    I noticed the absence of balls didn’t keep you from humping on my leg. Is this an autonomic response or was my leg just that damned sultry?

  125. Floyd has a canine-compliant keyboard? With skills like that maybe he can just sew back on his balls.

  126. DAMNIT I MISSED THE PART WHERE THEY TOLD US THE PHRASE THAT PAYS!!!

    *takes a stab at it*

    Genital warts?

  127. >>>I don’t think I am listening to the right station. They’re talking about shoes and stuff.

    Yeah, that’s us.

    :(

  128. What’s the difference between me humping a dirty fire hydrant and lauraw eating a giant sausage?

  129. Genital warts?

    HOW DID YOU STEAL MY WORDPRESS PASSWORD?

  130. What’s the difference between me humping a dirty fire hydrant and lauraw eating a giant sausage?

    Calories.

  131. I’d watch the sausage eating, and look away from the hydrant humping.

    So there’s that.

  132. Wiser is on a station talking about Stella McCartney?

    Man card. Fork it.

  133. Wiserbud is figgering time zones.

    Not well.

  134. answer my goddamn question you insolent pup

  135. HOW DID YOU STEAL MY WORDPRESS PASSWORD?

    I can assure you it has nothing to do with a completely legitimate business opportunity involving the transfer of a substantial amount of money out of an African bank.

  136. My ducks need cleaning?

  137. I noticed the absence of balls didn’t keep you from humping on my leg. Is this an autonomic response or was my leg just that damned sultry?

    L to R: Me, Dave

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BXaWJu3X9mQ

  138. Ok, I had the time thing splained to me. 2pm is “show’s done” time (eastern)

    *cleans a firearm*

  139. >>>My ducks need cleaning?

    Doesn’t everyone have a dirty duck?

  140. An Irish food factory’s production has been suspended after new tests revealed horse DNA in its frozen burgers.

    Mare! Has anyone seen her? Oh my Gawd…

  141. *leaves $3 on the nightstand*

  142. Anti-microbial fogger

  143. How long are they going to talk about shopping and Manhattan boutiques? It is rather amusing hearing this guy with a strong NYC accent talk about high fashion marketing.

  144. *leaves $3 on the nightstand*

    Includes tip.

  145. I would kick Floyd in the balls for that, if he had any.

  146. >>>How long are they going to talk about shopping and Manhattan boutiques?

    We have no other guests or callers. Filling time, man. Filling time.

  147. Can Floyd use a phone?

  148. Heh. Fashion and meat-packing. Two subjects meant for each other.

  149. Is Dave askeert to get near WATR on the radio dial?

  150. What the hell, I don’t get to talk to you?

    I don’t know shit about handbags. I know holsters.

  151. I’m learning more about Burberry’s and Zara than any metrosexual here.

  152. Includes tip.

    *takes $1 off the nightstand because Dave was a cold fish*

  153. fuck you very much Andrew

  154. Floyd, I have daddy issues.

  155. Fashion and meat-packing.

    Fudge-packing is hardly off-topic here.

  156. Is Dave askeert to get near WATR on the radio dial?

    Hahahahahahaha.

    *fart*

  157. Dave, this shirt doesn’t look good on you.

    http://tinyurl.com/b9tljga

  158. Floyd, please tell Rosetta I miss him. Then rub your ass on his pillow. It’ll feel pretty good, I know, felt good to me.

  159. Can Floyd use a phone?

    What do you mean by “use”?

  160. This is the most boring radio show since Marconi said “WTF?” just to see if his shit worked.

    Pippen? Ben Vereen?

  161. Mr. TiFW just came in from outside – apparently the rotten potatoes that we tossed in the compost bin “recycled” themselves; he brought in 5-6 full-sized fresh potatoes.

    Nature – how does it work?

  162. So Drudge reports all hostages dead.

    So this makes how many bodies for Mr. Don’t-give-a-shit-unless-you-show-him-da-money?

  163. Can Floyd use a phone?

    What do you mean by “use”?

    *wipes down phone with sanitizer*

  164. I don’t think the host per-interviewed this guy.

    It’s killing me

  165. Mr. TiFW just came in from outside

    http://tinyurl.com/3h36zjo

  166. So when should we call Wiser’s show?

    Should I lay on the Texas accent extra thick for the NE listeners? Wouldn’t want to dispel their notions about backward redneck hicks clinging to their guns.
    I can even toss in a “Jesus” reference or two to complete the stereotype if you’d like…..

  167. You’ve been wearing that sweater for over a year Floyd. Your parent must hate you.

  168. You can live with us.

  169. So this makes how many bodies for Mr. Don’t-give-a-shit-unless-you-show-him-da-money?

    Did the hostages donate money to Obama’s campaign? No, they did not. Chicago rules.

  170. Well if isn’t my nemesis beasn.

    http://tinyurl.com/lnbbo8

  171. What is that, a spatula?

    (Seriously – the picture is so small that I can’t make out what it is, even with my old-lady readers on)

  172. That’s his rectal thermometer

  173. TiFX, talk about martial law, the Bilderbergers and birth certificates. Plus, say your favorite band is “Ted Kennedy’s Liver.”

  174. It would be funny if someone parodied a liberal on wisers show.

  175. You’ve been wearing that sweater for over a year Floyd. Your parent must hate you.

    You can live with us.

    I like chicks you total douche.

    *feels self-conscious about sweater*

    *listens to The Cure, cuts paw*

  176. That’s his rectal thermometer

    At least it isn’t an egg beater.

  177. That’s his rectal thermometer

    Bad doggie!

    *tosses Floyd outside*

  178. A dog with a sweater that doesn’t live in Saskatchewan (fuck how that’s spelled) is a catcher, not a pitcher.

  179. Mr. TiFW just came in from outside – apparently the rotten potatoes that we tossed in the compost bin “recycled” themselves; he brought in 5-6 full-sized fresh potatoes.

    Before you eat those potatoes, I have a very important question for you: Did he mention anything about hanging curtains?

  180. TiFX, talk about martial law, the Bilderbergers and birth certificates. Plus, say your favorite band is “Ted Kennedy’s Liver.”

    Should I mention that I’m wearing my custom-made Klan hood?
    My bare feet?
    My missing teeth?

  181. Well if isn’t my nemesis beasn.

    *narrows eyes*
    ….and if it isn’t my favorite imposter….

    http://tinyurl.com/a5chgym

  182. Mongolian death worm is playing on the Syfy channel right now. Do they even try with this shit?

  183. If I were to call in to wiser’s show I’d talk about all the fuckin’ Hebes that are controling the media. And about how the realy hot Hebe chicks pull up next to you in their father’s black Lincoln limo and stare at you like your a piece of shit. And the Masons too. They’re teaming up with the fucking Hebes and trying to fuck teh Palestinians. And I for one am sick of it. That’s what I’d wanna talk about.

  184. Comment by Pendejo Grande on January 19, 2013 2:01 pm

    Just another RINO.

  185. ah well, not to be today. Wiser is going to pitch the crazy Texan gun guy for next weekend.

    Ahhhhhm available.

  186. Next week he should interview a plumber.

  187. Did he mention anything about hanging curtains?

    ???
    (Do I want to know?)

  188. Damn, I missed the radio show. I could call in like Elmer Fudd. Hewwoaw?

  189. Is anybody gonna ask Floyd the dreaded bullwhip question? Or is he……like……..the David Gregory of recent delurkers.

  190. Next week he should interview a plumber.

    Too controversial. Last time the hosts almost came to blows over PVC vs. cast iron master drains.

  191. Floyd is the Robert Mapplethorpe of the Criss Angels of bulldogs.

  192. PVC leaches xenoestrogens into the grey water.

  193. I’m pretty boring. Id make an awesome radio guest.

  194. Bit of a running gag here, Teresa:

    http://tinyurl.com/6fnx98

    Coming up next: Talking shit about breakfast cereals–the dos and don’ts.

  195. Before you eat those potatoes, I have a very important question for you: Did he mention anything about hanging curtains?

    GROSS!!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DO1Q7F23DxM

  196. Give me two shots of 1800 Silver and I’m about the most interviewable guy in the world.

  197. Is anybody gonna ask Floyd the dreaded bullwhip question? Or is he……like……..the David Gregory of recent delurkers.

    We already know that he has 8 bullwhips shoved up his ass. He’s like a sheep being exploited by a tranny in a tutu.

  198. Bit of a running gag here, Teresa:
    http://tinyurl.com/6fnx98

    Seems legit.

  199. I’m curious what Saudi Arabia is going to do.

    OK, I’ll tell you. It’s going to go broke and the monarchy will collapse. Fracked oil will cut them off at the knees as the U.S. and Canada become energy exporters. There’s no way the envirowackos will stop this technology. The huge House of Saud will be unable to support itself in the corrupt and extravagant lifestyle to which it has become accustomed, while bribing their citizens into complacency, paying off the mullahs, and importing foreign labor to do real work. Saudi Arabia is going to melt down (along with the UAE and Kuwait).

    You heard it here first. Make a note to yourself to reread this comment in ten years. Probably less.

  200. MOM!!! LEON’s TALKING ABOUT FOREPLAY AGAIN!!!!!

  201. My missing teeth?

    Go fuck yourself.

  202. ^^^^^HAHAHAHA^^^^^

    xbrad’s good up through 2/1/13

  203. Comment by Sean M. on January 19, 2013 2:13 pm

    Bit of a running gag here, Teresa:

    Gag being the operative word.

  204. Seems legit.

    Quiet, you.

  205. He’s like a sheep being exploited by a tranny in a tutu.

    That’s already a reality show on TLC.

  206. Comment by Michael on January 19, 2013 2:16 pm

    There is a PR reason Middle East oil interests wanted to buy CurrenTV and then run “green” propaganda shows on the Western version of Al Jazeera.

  207. How much has SA in particular and OPEC in general already funded the enviorocrisis left and the media? I don’t think Al Gore cut a deal with strangers.

  208. Michael is correct. Deranged, but correct. Hydraulic fracturing has opened up a world of energy for us, more than we need, and a lot to export. The kicker is gasoline will need to stay at around 2.90 a gallon to keep it cost effective.

  209. The kicker is gasoline will need to stay at around 2.90 a gallon to keep it cost effective.

    For now. There’s risks of shortages of frakking mud, which would drive up costs. And then there’s the likelihood that the technology will mature to drive down the profitability price point.

  210. OK, I’ll tell you. It’s going to go broke and the monarchy will collapse. Fracked oil will cut them off at the knees as the U.S. and Canada become energy exporters. There’s no way the envirowackos will stop this technology. The huge House of Saud will be unable to support itself in the corrupt and extravagant lifestyle to which it has become accustomed, while bribing their citizens into complacency, paying off the mullahs, and importing foreign labor to do real work. Saudi Arabia is going to melt down (along with the UAE and Kuwait).

    Like they can’t frack in the desert. Wrong again birthday boy.

  211. Who cooked these eggs?

    They’re totally overcooked and there’s no cheese on them.

    This is perhaps the worst diner I’ve ever been to.

    – 67,374 points

  212. I’m going to have some eggs when I get home from here.

    Maybe like 16 of ‘em. Hungry.

  213. all you need for mud is water

  214. Fracking mud, as I understand it, is of a very particular consistency, so XBrad might have a point there.

  215. Bacon, too. Imma have some bacon.

  216. And then there’s the likelihood that the technology will mature to drive down the profitability price point.

    Of course! Free and fair markets always drive price to marginal cost over time. (Fixed costs only count prospectively, not retroactively.) That’s the beauty of it. Supply increases, quality increases, prices fall. Nobody can make a killing for too long, although patents and copyrights help you make a killing for awhile to spur innovation.

    ME oil will still be cheaper to produce than fracking, but their margins are about to get squoze to the point where the can’t afford the House of Saud, the Emir of Kuwait, their pet mullahs, and their subsidies. There’s trouble brewing.

  217. Are y’all referring to fracking gel? Mud is a term that covers a lot of different products which are used in the drilling process to help control the pressure downhole once you’ve drilled into a producing formation. I’ve never heard the term mud used in conjunction with fracking which is a part of the well completion process after drilling is completed.

  218. I’m finda go plant some winter onions. I’m about 100 days away from piquant nirvana. I may or may not hang curtains at that time.

  219. I’ll bow to PG’s terminology for frakking.

  220. It’s a nice day here — 64° right now. Ima gonna go outside and rotisserie a chicken that I’ve been brining since yesterday.

    And eat a fudge brownie I made yesterday, topped with Dulce de Leche ice cream that has been carefully aged in my freezer for about the last four years.

  221. Bacon. Just made some and ate some.

  222. Ha ha. This is awesome.

    http://imgur.com/gallery/bTTQp

  223. http://imgur.com/gallery/bTTQp

    *holds up scorecard reading 3 out of 10*

    Poor style.

  224. Does anyone know what kind of gun was used in that assassination attempt? It’s going to be on my, “do not buy” list.

  225. Yeah, that belly flopped sucked.

  226. It was the lack of death at the end of the belly flop that killed it for me.

  227. I miss Saturday Football.

    *contemplates the meaning of life

  228. You heard it here first. Make a note to yourself to reread this comment in ten years. Probably less.
    ——————————–
    I was thinking more about the arms race that may happen. I was also thinking that if the ME doesn’t really have a nationalistic allegiance, things might get totally weird. Persians, vs. Jew, vs. Sunni A-rab, vs. Shia A-rab, vs. Wahabbi A-rab, vs. Taliban vs. Your Run of the Mill Terrorist Scum vs. Salafist, vs. Chechnyan, vs. Al Qaeda, vs. Muslim Brotherhood, vs. Hamas.

  229. This is weird:

    http://tinyurl.com/az29yud

  230. *Reads Michael’s comments on ME*

    So…..should we all be investing in tent futures?

    I’m about ready to let that entire part of the world have fun killing themselves and letting Allah sort ‘em all out. Screw Europe, too – if they want to let their cultures be wrecked by radical jihadists in the name of political correctness, they can reap what they’ve sown.

    Arm our borders to the teeth, and keep them out of here – I don’t want another Dark Ages and/or Crusades, but I think that may be where we’re headed.

  231. Mare, who takes a bubble bath in swim trunks?

  232. I miss Saturday Football.

    *contemplates the meaning of life

    This could take a minute.

    *Offers Mare a handful of molasses pellets and a trough of wine.

  233. Yeah, oso, it’s not appropriate.

    Oh and thanks, Jew.

  234. “I miss Saturday Football.
    *contemplates the meaning of life”

    Have you not heard of Saturday Basketball – a far superior sport by the way?

  235. a far superior sport by the way?

    SHUT YOUR WHORE MOUTH, CLINT!!

  236. A few weeks ago I felt ill-prepared and worried because I hadn’t put up any canned food or toiletries in case of inflation. Now that I have put some up, I feel self-conscious that other people might think I’m crazy.

  237. Laura, when I was a youngster, we kept three months of food in storage in case of a bad winter, and now as an adult I generally have at least one month of food on hand.

    I’ll be crazy with you.

  238. Thanks, Jewstin. Honestly, I don’t even know what a month of food looks like. I’ve never calculated it. Just been grabbing a few extra of everything non-perishable every time I go shopping, and hitting the sales for staple items.

  239. Yes, I’m crazy with you Lauraw. Matter of fact, I need to do some more stocking.

  240. We blew out my garden last year but I’m thinking of adding on again. Would like a few blueberry bushes and a strawberry patch.

  241. Damn, he’ll live.

    http://www.kten.com/story/19848350/12-year-old-shoots-home-intruder

    (plus we have 60 days prep stocked for 4 people.) *puts on tin foil hat*

  242. I need to put up a lot of food from the garden too. Not going to grow any tomatoes next year, though. Basically not growing any vegetables that City People like. Big red tomatoes are visible from the road. I know I won’t harvest any of it if TSHTF.

  243. Nice thing about City People; they are totally fucking ignorant about where food comes from.

    When I was gardening on my old property in Hartford, a tenant of mine was totally shocked to see me pull an onion out of a 1/2 barrel planter.

    She hung out with me a lot, and because I had been telling her what I was doing while gardening all season, she knew for months that I was growing onions in there. But she was waiting for them to appear on the tops of the stalks.

  244. Not having an established garden is my downfall. My husband wants at least 1/2 the back yard designated for growing food.

    a)because it tastes fantastic
    b) just in case

  245. My food comes from the Supermarket.

    DUH.

  246. Basically not growing any vegetables that City People like.

    OK, now you might be into crazy town. At least the suburbs.

  247. One month isn’t a huge lot of food. Even for two people. Actually, I probably would have six weeks or better before things got lean.

  248. So long as the gas is flowing to my oven, I’ve got about a month’s worth of meat in the freezer. More if I can’t get chicken feed, but that’s a bad, bad scenario.

  249. I find gardening a very rewarding activity, Mare. As long as you plant a very wide variety of goods, you can expect limited success and limited disaster to occur together, every year.

    If I had taken up canning years ago, I might still have tomatoes, sugar peas, beans, and pickles preserved from some memorable single-bumper crop years where everything else died or was mediocre.

    There have been blights, statewide insect invasions, and massive personal failures, but year-to-year, I do not remember the crops that failed, only the standout performers.

  250. My wife went to some morman lady sites for planning. She said they have thought thru everything and a lot of things she wouldn’t have.

    I suspect the deer problem in much of the east would get resolved in a hurry in a SHTF scenario.

  251. “…There have been blights, statewide insect invasions,…”

    Son of a bitches!!

    Yes, the hobby, satisfaction aspect of gardening really appeals to me. It’s hotter than HELL (literally) here in the summer and I’m wondering what won’t wilt.

    I can’t grow anything decorative in my pots that flank the front door. Full sun, all day. Every local thing I’ve tried has died even with good soil in the pot and conscientious watering.

  252. My neighbor makes a tangerine liqueur that I plan on stealing next time I’m over there.

  253. I just turned a closet we don’t use into a hoarding parlor.
    The crazy lady is pleased.

  254. Comment by MJ on January 19, 2013 5:55 pm
    My neighbor makes a tangerine liqueur that I plan on stealing next time I’m over there.

    One of the coolest things I have ever done was in a small town in France, in the Loire Valley. There was a little paper sign in the window of the house, saying they sold eau-de-vie made from pears. Bought a fifth from them for €10. The stuff was magnificent.

  255. Comment by lauraw on January 19, 2013 5:06 pm
    I feel self-conscious that other people might think I’m crazy.
    =========
    Hmmmmmmm, I thought you’d be used to this by now………

  256. He made shelves….it’s so very nice.
    *sigh*

    It’s hotter than HELL (literally) here in the summer and I’m wondering what won’t wilt.

    Toots, I do not know how people in your climate do anything. Shade during the bad times helps. Maybe you are going to have to set up some kind of pillars + shade cloth setup, to keep a whole garden alive through the bad months in the middle, there.

    The problem is, it is unattractive. A workaround would be a large trellis system with flowering vines that you could cut away when the weather stabilizes in the Fall. And there is definitely a case to be made for underground slow-drip water systems coupled with a deep, occlusive mulch. But even this would be ineffective against very extended periods of 105+ degree heat and dryness.

    Your county ag extension office should have info for you on what crops and culture would be best for your area.

  257. For Oso:

    http://tinyurl.com/at6zr7z

  258. We’ve got a lot of stuff here that, as long as it gets watered every day, seems to grow just fanfuckingtastic.

  259. Yes, it’s going to take some figuring out.

  260. HAHAHAHA

    Drunk Nick Saban ‏@DrunkSaban
    As far as kids in Haiti with new clothes are concerned, Notre Dame won the championship.

  261. We’re planning on trying a garden this summer, just a small one to get our feet wet. Ample quantities of shade cloth are a must, plus we’ll have to haul in actual dirt/mulch/peat moss of some kind. Soil here is pretty much sand. Haven’t decided on a drip irrigation system, but will look into it.

  262. I can’t grow anything decorative in my pots that flank the front door. Full sun, all day. Every local thing I’ve tried has died even with good soil in the pot and conscientious watering.

    Even here we have certain hotspots where that happens. Roots like to be cool, even in Texas. The problem is the exposure of the root zone of the plant to outside air temps. In really adverse heat conditions, adding water does not cool the plant; it steams the roots when the sun shines on the pot.

    Burying the bottoms of the pots a few inches into the soil, propping a board or another object in front of the pot to shade the root zone from direct sun, or even burying the pot halfway-to-all the way into the soil, makes a big difference in the survival rate of these potted plants.

  263. Mare’s garden:

    http://tinyurl.com/apocypz

  264. I’m going to the pool. There better be some damn funneh when I get back or I’ll piss on Laura’s onions.

  265. Reading some of this preparedness stuff makes me think: Most of the people in First world (and majority of people even in places like India) have really never experienced hunger. The most we have experienced is not getting the next donut on time because the meeting overran or the line was longer than expected at McDonalds.
    Our bodies don’t know what hunger is, and we have allowed our palates to become extremely picky.

    Will we be able to survive if meals get few and far between, and of a quality we don’t even feed to the cattle?

  266. I suspect the deer problem in much of the east would get resolved in a hurry in a SHTF scenario.

    *moves to Australia*

    http://fuckyeahdementia.com/video_file/40857771032/tumblr_m72tdqmybn1r6ego3

  267. “..it steams the roots when the sun shines on the pot.”

    That has actually occurred to me. These pots sit on a pebbled driveway. No options for planting.

  268. Jew, that does kind of look like my plants after one day of sun in July.

  269. Seems to me you might want a raised garden bed in the southern climes.

    Or grow hot peppers for trade with the viking peoples.

  270. LOL Pup, just get the shopping bag and the kangaroo just falls in.

  271. I would think that since brad is living in a retirement home in Palm Springs, he’d be beating the women away with a stick. Wonder if he does the water aerobics at the pool?

  272. *psssst… brad is a homo. Don’t tell anyone I said so.

  273. Is there such a thing as a GILF? G standing for Granny.

  274. Hey everybody! I hope you all had a great day today. I know I did!

  275. MCPO, played golf?

    No, no, saw his granddaughter!~

  276. Women my age are old enough to be grannies, so yes.

  277. Mare – It was a gloriously sunny day and the temperature topped out at 52 degrees. I did play golf and my stamina lasted thru the 13th hole.

  278. I usually just roll up on one cheek

    http://i.minus.com/ibtrUXJzMdbQ6m.gif

  279. I would think that since brad is living in a retirement home in Palm Springs, he’d be beating the women away with a stick.

    Only because he can’t beat them with something else, if you understand me.

  280. Hmmmm…..

    Watching remake of Footloose. In the adtermath of a horrible tragedy, the town leaders outlaw music and dancing.

    I’m sure that, as the movie progresses, those who outlawed dancing are shown to be wrong-headed fools, as the right to dance is God-given and only evil, h8-filled prigs would deny someone of their rights…..

    *germ of an idea for a post generated….

  281. Whaaaa… There is a remake of Footloose?

    Did putting tits on a boar become useful?

  282. “There is a remake of Footloose?”

    That’s a career killer.

  283. Everybody cut loose. . .

  284. “There is a remake of Footloose?”

    That’s a career killer.

    Heh. Like anyone in this idiotic flick has an actual career to kill to begin with.

    “Hicks are stupid” shit started much earlier than I thought it would.

  285. Mare?!?

    http://is.gd/2TdJyD

  286. Maybe they should just cut to the chase and call the movie “Hicks Are Stupid.” Half of Hollywood’s flicks could use that title, anyway.

  287. http://is.gd/2TdJyD

    Neigh! Neigh, I say!

  288. Hmm, covers of movies.

    Interesting.

  289. “Hicks are cannibals” constitutes much of what counts for the commercial horror novel market these days. Fortunately the “women and monsters” books have been shifted into their own genre, as befits them. The only thing horrific about Twilight is that the books are bought.

  290. You know what really ought to be remade? One Tree Hill. With puppets and 3D. In Bollywood.

  291. On that note, http://youtu.be/vQOZHEYhVtU is an excellent movie.

  292. Omfg, this is fucking painful.

    But wiserbride seems fascinated and I have already gotten one nasty look for commenting.

  293. The only thing horrific about Twilight is that the books are bought.
    Rosetta’s not scared.

  294. **sets up Netflix subscription for future episodes of OTHWPA3DIB.

  295. Why are you watching this? Did you do something to piss off the Missus, wiser?

  296. Is Kevin Bacon or John Lithgow in the remake or have they been replaced with an Asian girl and a robot?

  297. Zombie Gerry Anderson announces the IMAX 3D revival of “One Tree Hill: Thunderbimbos Are Go!”

  298. All you One Tree Hill haters can suck my left nut.

    http://tinyurl.com/aa39jam

  299. “Rednecks believe in the word of of God. You got a problem with that, city boy?”

  300. have they been replaced with an Asian girl and a robot

    Nowadays they can be the same thing.

  301. Jaws 2 killed Roy Scheider’s career.
    Jaws 3 killed Dennis Quaid’s.

  302. Does anybody else have Lowrider stuck in their head? That damn thing just won’t go away.


  303. “Rednecks believe in the word of of God. You got a problem with hat, city boy?”

    Please tell me that line was not delivered with a serious face.

  304. Is it possible to hate the entire cast of a movie simply for being stupid enough to agree to be a part of this cluster fuck of a movie?

    I think so.

  305. The lead refrigerator destroyed Indiana Jones’s career.

  306. “You cain’t buy beer on Sunday. Sunday is God’s day.”

  307. You can, however, buy bourbon in the grocery store on Saturday.

    /last good thing about California besides the weather and PJ and Lipstick.

  308. Let me guess. In the remake most of the town leaders are married to their cousins or sisters.

  309. The worst part of watching these shitty POS flicks is wiserbride does not like when I ridicule them.

    I just have sit here and quietly watch this insultingly idiotic shit and say nothing, or else I get an attitude.

    “I’m trying to enjoy the movie!!!!”

    Seriously? You are trying to enjoy this???

  310. The lead up to the “angry dancing in the abandoned factory” scene was on and I said “you know what’s coming up next? Here it comes!!!”

    The nasty look I got…. woofa.

    Seriously, was that wrong?

  311. Seriously? You are trying to enjoy this???

    You’ll always enjoy something more if you work for it.

    In theory, anyhow.

  312. If you can’t mock a horrible movie, what’s the point?

  313. Wiser, we’d have a fun Mystery 3000 fest on every movie we watched that sucked.

  314. Mrs. Caruthers is a wonderful woman and would never subject me to that movie. My Little Pony is intellectual and egalitarian by comparison to that garbage. Heck, the “hicks” on that show are better written than they are in most of Hollywood.

  315. “It’s country line-dancing. It’s a white man’s wet dream.”

    This script must have been co-written by Michael Moore and Rachel Maddow

  316. Tell the Missus your favorite scene is when the gorilla with the space helmet fires the laser at the Flying Wing.

  317. “It’s country line-dancing. It’s a white man’s wet dream.”

    ahahahaha…That’s stupid level 11.

  318. >>>If you can’t mock a horrible movie, what’s the point?

    That’s the problem with being married to an eternal optimist.

    There’s always some redeeming value to everything. Nothing is worthy of mockery.

    Yeah, she’s not a fan of MST3K

  319. I’m surprised the equipment didn’t go on strike after being forced to record that.

  320. My Little Pony is intellectual and egalitarian

    http://is.gd/yZmRr3

  321. Wiser, you had me at:

    Remake of Footloose.

    hahahahahaha

  322. Look, I’m no brony, but the writing is clearly superior to the shit Wiser is watching.

  323. Oh, but how enlightened the hero’s redneck friend is.

    He has a black girlfriend.

  324. People need to know that dancing can overcome the prejudices of a backwards and religious town.

    Also increase the pregnancy rate.

  325. Friends help you move.

    Real friends…

    http://tinyurl.com/a7dxyh3

  326. He has a black girlfriend.

    Spike Lee’s later work has really declined.

  327. Who’s gay?

  328. HA! Wiser I wrote that before I saw your comment.

  329. Oooooo, Black guys teaching hick how to dance….

  330. >> That’s the problem with being married to an eternal optimist.

    Don’t go blaming me if she has “options”.

    We have a deal.

  331. This is a good introduction….look at the hole size. These dipshits in Washington don’t have a clue:

    http://www.bizpacreview.com/2013/01/19/sean-hannitys-guest-gives-shooting-demo-15587

  332. I’m starting to think the State Department has been using this Footloose remake as a training film.


  333. Who’s gay?

    The minister, but he doesn’t know it yet

  334. Speaking of hicks (NSFW):

    http://is.gd/zuhZcV

  335. Don’t go blaming me if she has “options”.

    Heh. The only way that happens is if she finds an incompetent optometrist.

  336. The Terminator movie series sure seems to have killed a bunch of careers. Other than Arnold, and Christian Bale.

  337. The minister xBrad, but he doesn’t know it yet

    Fixt

  338. Oh, and of course Brian Dennehy.

  339. Redneck beats up girlfriend… check.

  340. Other than Arnold

    He went on to destroy Clownifornia and its GOP.

  341. HAHAHA

    http://thechive.files.wordpress.com/2013/01/cat-saturday-91.jpg

  342. Robert Patrick should have had a good career. No idea what went wrong there. Kristanna Loken was awful, though, so there’s no surprise with that one.

  343. Wow, this is kind of sad, she was really cute and ruined it:

    http://tinyurl.com/a44jj6l

  344. “DADDY, YOU MAY BE A MINISTER, But you are an asshole! AND I’M NOT EVEN A VIRGIN!”

    *SMACK

    “DON’T YOU BLASPHEME IN MY CHURCH!!!”

  345. Robert Patrick was a bad fit to replace D. Duchovovney on X-Files. That kinda hurt him, I think.

  346. Mare, who is that, do you know?


  347. “DADDY, YOU MAY BE A MINISTER, But you are an asshole! AND I’M NOT EVEN A VIRGIN!”
    *SMACK
    “DON’T YOU BLASPHEME IN MY CHURCH!!!”

    How is it you can keep from bursting out with peals of laughter?

  348. X-Files was beyond the shark jump by then. Poor decision on his part to take the role. He should have held out for some sort of police procedural. He could have made CSI:Miami watchable if he’d been cast as Horatio.

  349. If only Brian Dennehy was in a band.

  350. He’d be a goddamn drummer

  351. Minister’s wife stands up to all- male town council, including her husband.

    My god, women are so much better than men? Aren’t they?

  352. >>>How is it you can keep from bursting out with peals of laughter?

    I want to have sex at some point in the near future

  353. He sure as shit wouldn’t be the bass player.

  354. Lamb’s Quarters are a ubiquitous weed around here. I know it’s edible like a wild spinach, but have never bothered it.

  355. I hope this remake of a dance movie classic finally convinces you that religious country folk are all vicious hypocrites and rural America is worse than North Korea. Plus, being gay or black means absolute moral authority and a really infectious sense of rhythm.

  356. Southern redneck Minister realizes the error of his ways after listening to the wisdom of Northeast teenager.

    Awwwwwwww…..

  357. Mr. TiFW recorded an episode of “Batman” earlier today – he, DD#3, and I are laughing so hard…..

    I wonder how many takes it took to get a scene where none of the actors were cracking up?

  358. Does he sell meth and own a sex toy store?

  359. I’m strong to the finish cause I et my spinach, it sucked all the time I did!

  360. Lamb’s Quarters are a ubiquitous sex toy around here

    FTFY

  361. Did anybody fail to catch anybody else during a “trust fall” exercise today?

  362. Huh, that was really good, Lauraw, thank you. Canna lily..tubers, I had no idea. I use to grow them in Florida for the flowers.

  363. Lamb’s Quarter is very tasty.

  364. So, wiser, has this been a three or four bourbon movie?

  365. Nope. I let the bastard fall.

  366. >>>Does he sell meth and own a sex toy store?

    Let’s not insane here now. Who would ever believe that could happen anywhere ever?

  367. I’d never heard of lambs quarters.

  368. >>>So, wiser, has this been a three or four bourbon movie?

    Heh. Funny you ask.

    Just poured my third vodka on the rocks.

  369. Mare, did you try planting lantana? Or rosemary? The Antique Rose Emporium carries rosebushes that survive on neglect (and very little water).

  370. you throw some Trappey’s pepper sauce on greens, you can eat em.

    Just sayin is all

  371. If you let the lamb’s quarters grow long enough it becomes mutton.

  372. …and you could surely benefit from some roof-gutter-fed rain barrels at the corners of your house. Several hundreds of gallons of chlorine-free rainwater for your garden, held in reserve for the bad times. It’s a nice thing.

    Our town gave us a recycling barrel that we could use any way we want, so Scott turned it into a rain cistern for the garden.

    He buried the feeder hose under the lawn so it just pops up out of the garden (which is lower than the house). Works great. It’s nice because I can add fertilizer to the cistern and gradually feed the whole garden that way.

  373. Careful with the cannas, Mare – they get out of control fast, and it’s hard to keep them contained. Plus, mosquitoes LOVE them…..

    *shudders*

  374. Oh my dear God, they are breakdancing to a country version of Footloose.

    MULTICULTURAL!!!

  375. We had lamb for supper tonight. Also, Herself is watching “Cinderella”.

  376. Lamb’s Quarter is very tasty.

    Well, that tears it. When it springs up unbidden in my soil again next Spring, it is pot herbs!

    I’ve been tearing that weed out of the soil since small times, in my mother’s garden. We never knew.

  377. a country version of Footloose.

    George Strait wept.

  378. Oh thank God, it’s finally over.

    And now? Big Bang Theory time.

  379. I’d like to learn how to cook lamb. I’ve made those tiny little chops before, but nothing like a shank.

  380. MJ – Herself makes a herb-encrusted leg of lamb that is to die for!

  381. Fisting pr0n:

    http://tinyurl.com/ylj6fvb

  382. it hurts to be ignored

    *stabs voodoo dolls*

  383. Much like Loni Anderson, I sincerely doubt Kaley Cuoco would be anywhere near as hot as a brunette.

    Discuss.

  384. Pretty hard to screw up whole leg of lamb. So tender and sweet.

    Shank, is more of a slow-cooker type of thing.

  385. Wiser is so so on the “cooking” concept.

  386. http://tinyurl.com/ylj6fvb

    Sapphic marionation makes me hot.

  387. >>>Wiser is so so on the “cooking” concept.

    DiT is so so on the “sushi” concept.

  388. If she was blond, brunette or redhead I’d still hit it

    http://tinyurl.com/ayfg88p

  389. Mare, I just read an account by someone in TX who shades the Western exposure of their veg garden with regular burlap. So it gets the cooler morning sun hours from the East, but then is dappled-shaded the rest of the day through burlap cloth.

    This also, seems ugly, but workable/ disguise-able.

  390. Whoops, H2 ate my post. Must have said the wrong thing.

  391. Dude. Shrimp is not sushi.

    Google it.

  392. Kaley Cuoco as a ginger? Definite possibility.

  393. mare, if that account by someone in TX was me, please ignore the hell out of it.

    *puts burlap on my head*

  394. Pretty hard to screw up whole leg of lamb. So tender and sweet.

    That sounds like a challenge!

    *looks for gas can*

  395. Watching Dr. Pol manhandle livestock.

  396. >>>If she was blond, brunette or redhead I’d still hit it

    Not saying I wouldn’t either, but Loni went from “average hot chick” to “omg omg IMF I will never forget her EVAH!” when she went blonde.

    All I’m saying is Kaley would just be average hot chick as a brunette

  397. (l–r): nom nom nom nom nom nom

    http://tinyurl.com/bjt4sbd

  398. Sounds good. I may try something like that.

  399. >>>Dude. Shrimp is not sushi.

    Coward.

    And since I’m now commenting from my iPhone, these long threads really suck.

  400. Basically Mare, if you live somewhere that there is no concern about what neighbors can see, then gardening gets a lot easier. You can create whatever light-reflecting and moisture-accumulating contraptions you want, and test them out on your property.

    But if suspending light-reflective white sheets above your yard, and fencing one side of the garden with burlap is a no-go, then your gardening is going to be two short split seasons instead of one long one.

  401. I only ever knew Loni A. as the blond on WKRP in Cincinnati

    http://www.classictvbeauties.com/loni_anderson.jpg

  402. Yeah, that chick is hot. Is she in a TV show or something?

  403. Big Bang Theory now. 8 Simple Rules before that although I’ve never seen that. I think that had John Ritter before his death.

  404. >> then your gardening is going to be two short split seasons instead of one long one.

    Gonna be that way anyhow. You cannot grow shit from July 4 through Labor Day.

  405. So how about putting Manti Te’o on The Bachelor?

    Or Ghost Girlfriends.

  406. Kaley wasn’t bad as a brunette

    http://xbradtc.com/2012/03/19/load-heat-kaley-cuoco/

  407. I think xbrad has a point here. Let us bring the motion to the floor.

  408. RIP, Stan the Man.

  409. Let us bring the motion to the floor.

    Do I have to raise a hand? They’re kinda occupied. . .

  410. An eyebrow is acceptable.

  411. *raises right eyebrow*

  412. Marvel Comics Stan Lee Sean? Excelsior Stan Lee?

  413. Resolved: Kaley Cuoco as a brunette shall raise our blood pressure. Mr. Secretary, forward the motion to Rosetta for his signature and ass print.

  414. Bikini pic in Load Heat is pretty nice.

  415. I don’t deny that Kaley has a hot body, but she’s a butter face …. Weird. Being blonde saves her.

  416. Wow a Packard Panther!

  417. It doesn’t hurt that Kaley has co-stars:

    http://tinyurl.com/asc7n9q

  418. >>>It doesn’t hurt that Kaley has co-stars:

    http://tinyurl.com/asc7n9q

    Die now.

  419. *It doesn’t hurt that Kaley has co-stars:*

    http://tinyurl.com/3v7xenh

  420. Heh, Kaley looks pretty good now, doesn’t she, Wiser?

  421. Mellissa Rauch is the actual hot chick on that show. Kaley’s missing something.

    And I’d still nail Mayim because I want to have my own very special episode of Blossom.

  422. Related note, Danica McKeller is currently on SyFy in a typically terrible network movie.

  423. They are auctioning the batmobile on Barrett-Jackson Michael. Check your garage.

  424. >>>Heh, Kaley looks pretty good now, doesn’t she, Wiser?

    Compared to that, Hillary Clinton is hot.

  425. BM #1 is a 1955 Lincoln Futura concept car.
    55? Really?

  426. So, Kaley isn’t the only chick on the show with a latex fetish!

    http://i.imgur.com/ABnxp.jpg

    MSFW

  427. George Barris is the guy who created it and it is the first time ever it is for sale.

  428. XBrad, thank you. I take back 7 or 8 bad things I’ve said about you.

  429. xBrad – What is that woman’s name?

  430. Seriously Michael you need to upgrade your security system they are at 2.7 Million

  431. Vmax, here is a car story from the other day that caught my eye:

    http://tinyurl.com/b2w33am

  432. MCPO, that’s Melissa Rauch. She plays Bernadette on BBT. She’s the only reason I still watch.

  433. That’s the Melissa Rauch Leon just mentioned.

  434. If sweaters were puppies, PETA would protest what Melissa does to them.

  435. Oops 4.1 million now

  436. Swears MJ bought it for 4.2 million. Where is MJ?

  437. Short guy, widows peak, hot wife that is taller than him.
    It is MJ I am tellin ya!

  438. What kind of fest is going on here?

    http://tinyurl.com/bgwrpem


  439. What kind of fest is going on here?
    http://tinyurl.com/bgwrpem

    Don’t know why but that makes me think of Human Centipede.

  440. Dancing sausages kylled it dedd

  441. Dammit George!

  442. It takes one of the deadto resurrect a thread.


  443. If sweaters were puppies, PETA would protest what Melissa does to them.

    I volunteer to rescue two puppies.

  444. Turn me on dead man

    http://tinyurl.com/aq4eskd

  445. I’d rescue a pussy and an ass.

  446. Turn me on dead man

    http://tinyurl.com/aq4eskd

    I must admit he sings better than I do. Bisocosis populi is murder on the larynx.

  447. I think she’s also like 4’11”, which makes her a… wow, an 11 for me by my normal rule.

  448. I’d rescue a pussy and an ass.
    you’ll need a cat box and a feedbag.

  449. Not exactly safe for work…

    http://tinyurl.com/y9afmkh

  450. you’ll need a cat box and a feedbag.

    I have both!

  451. Well, xbrad, now I’ll take a shower and then wipe my hard drive.

  452. “that’s the beauty of Feedbag!”

    Truer words were never spoken….

  453. I think she’s also like 4’11″, which makes her a… wow, an 11 for me by my normal rule.

    No word about a flat spot on her cranium.

  454. No need, I can’t multitask.

    Also, I’m only 5’4″, so it’s not like that even makes sense for me.

  455. Also, I’m only 5’4″, so it’s not like that even makes sense for me.

    You could wear six inch disco platforms.

    For no particular reason.

  456. I really, really don’t need a mental image of Leon in platform shoes.

  457. I don’t either, quite frankly. I’m comfy with my height, it’s other people that make it difficult.

  458. //sets a beer on Leon’s head//

  459. Bad idea. No flat spots.

  460. **gets hammer**

    I can fix that.

  461. New Poat


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