Hostage Cafe: Panhandle Texas

Found this great place to eat just off Route 66.  Unfortunately the owners couldn’t afford the new employee health plan and shut down.  Damn it!  Food at a Flyin J sucks donkey balls!

IMPORTANT UPDATE: [Rightwing Infiltrator]

231 Comments

  1. I saw this and thought….HOSTAGES

  2. Ohai, new poat.

    I agree with ur sign.

  3. Tbom!

  4. long time no post, eh V?

  5. TBOM!!!

    I was just asking yesterday if Rosetta granted you parole without telling us.

  6. Yup Tbom!

  7. From the previous post:
    You know the difference between a prostitute, a girlfriend/mistress, and a wife?

    A prostitute says, “I hope it was good for you.”

    A girlfriend/mistress says, “I hope it was as good for you as it was for me.”

    A wife says, “Beige….. I think we should paint the ceiling beige.”

    All this to let Peel know that Will isn’t going to care how much space he gets now. However, once you’re married, he’s gonna wish you were still in girlfriend/mistress mode……

  8. TBOM lives!!!?!

  9. This video I put up at IB is actually kind of touching — “My 120 pound journey”

    Might inspire some of you weight watchers.

    *Looks at Rosetta*

  10. Dang.

    My 120 pound journey

  11. This post smells like keebler elves, vodka (the shitty kind), and dead camel droppings.

    Also, fuck.

  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCE_qiy-sOQ

    Ace & Allah together again

  13. I need to load this one in the mp3 player, too.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ts9nmYUIlB8

  14. I really hope they mean Barry.

  15. Hi Mega.

  16. Well, hell. Gonna take a shower and go to bed.

  17. Just got back from a ballgame, and I smell terrible.

  18. We had a red sky this morning, sailing is out.

  19. Rainy – I -had-to-drive-the-boys-to-school- WAKEY WAKEY.

  20. Well, hell. Gonna take a shower and go to bed.

    I can’t remember our Old OverNight DJ, ForgedRite ever saying he took a shower, much less went to bed…..

  21. Comment by Sean M. on September 28, 2010 2:24 am

    Just got back from a ballgame, and I smell terrible.

    I KNEW I detected the Aroma of Stale Used Condoms and Freshly Dried Tears……

  22. We had a red sky this morning, sailing is out.

    Ms. Sky Blushes?

  23. Mornin’

    Basic economics says spending in the private economy is much more efficient at producing value than government spending.

    If government spending isn’t much of a value creator in general, earmarks are the worst of all types of spending done by congress in this regard.

    Unless you happen to be a member of congress, that is: http://www.redstate.com/erick/2010/09/28/lisa-murkowski-profits-in-office/

  24. Long but good: http://www.cato.org/pub_display.php?pub_id=12158

  25. I would lump stimulus spending in with earmarks as being inefficient. Think of all of the people that have to be involved in spending $856B, and all of the cost associated with paying them.

    A payroll tax holiday would have provided more value. But let’s not fool ourselves and think that was the goal in the first place. It was a payoff to the people that elected the one, not a serious attempt to stabilize the economy.

  26. >> It was a payoff to the people that elected the one, not a serious attempt to stabilize the economy.

    Exactly. What a shock that it hasn’t worked.

    You know what happened here, right? They presumed the economy would recover on its own by the mid-terms so they could retool all the government spending they had been denied for the last 30 years by eeevillll Republicans and claim credit for the recovery at the same time.

    Biggest miscalculation since Pearl Harbor.

  27. I would lump stimulus spending in with earmarks as being inefficient

    …but…but those brown people need someone to tell them how to wash their winkies……..

  28. Good morning.

    Feeding da pig.

  29. This is so exciting! I just heard a commercial for a local news channel that is going to start broadcasting at 4:30 AM, with traffic reports every ten minutes.

    If there was one thing missing from my life, it would have to be a 4:30 AM traffic report.

  30. you know what is great? Cloth diapers. They were multipurpose greatness when the kids were babies and most excellent with pigs.

    I never got rid of them.

  31. So we’re a weather, recipe and traffic blog now.

    Sweet.

  32. She only made $40,000? Piker!

  33. Floyd might be cute and all, but can he sing?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mk4bmK-acEM&feature=player_embedded#!

  34. Rosie, A nice addition to Julie Moore crying-NOTHING like a chick telling some CVS punk to “suck my dick”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asPcQp-aKeQ

  35. >> It was a payoff to the people that elected the one, not a serious attempt to stabilize the economy.

    It wasn’t JUST a payoff. It was also seed money for new government programs that will be forever added to the size of government.

  36. It wasn’t JUST a payoff. It was also seed money for new government programs that will be forever added to the size of government
    ————————————
    Agreed. I always tend to think of the government employees who benefit from the increased baseline as a key demographic for the Dems.

  37. Mare, it is around info such as that we should RALLY. If they have allowed the mask to slip (because THAT is what this is – they’ve ALWAYS thought this way) – then it is our time to take advantage and make sure everyone knows about this.

    UNION workers? We need to get pictures of those UAW employees getting drunk and smoking pot during their lunchtime. And, I hope everyone watched that HA link I posted yesterday of Allah’s love Kirsten Powers criticizing the release of the video.

  38. I haven’t watched it yet…..will do it now.

  39. Honestly FU:

    we need to fundamentally restructure our economy and re-establish popular control over the private corporations which have distorted our economy and hijacked our government. That’s a long-term job, but one we should start now.

    FFUUUUUCK YOU. These dumb fucks have no idea what it takes to create jobs. The risks people take.

    And the Union leadership is the pond scum. they earn their money off of the backs of the workers they pimp for.

    ThAT’s what they are PIMPS.

  40. You better mare.

    Or, I’ll get angry.

    You wouldn’t like me when I’m angry. I swear and shit.

  41. Heh, from the Puppy Blender:

    HEY’LL BE GOING AFTER HOARDERS AND WRECKERS NEXT: Savers Told To Stop Moaning And Start Spending. I predict that this will produce precisely the opposite of the desired effect. What, are they using Atlas Shrugged as a policy manual?

  42. I couldn’t find the kristin powers video…..gahh

    I didin’t see it on the first page of your site either.

  43. I didn’t put it on my site. I put it on yesterday’s thread (in the morning) lemme see if I can find it.

  44. Thanks, Carin.

  45. here it is.

  46. more good news cough cough.

    Hot air link warning

  47. “Hot air link warning”

    It’s come to this…

  48. Look, PA, I just don’t wanna get yelled at.

  49. Carin, I’m embarrassed for her. Was she serious or was she trying to be sarcastic?

    I don’t watch Hannity when he has a “panel” on because the lefties make no sense and I’m sick of giving them any more of my time.

    Thanks for getting that by the way. Now for all time, Kristen Powers = dumbass with boobs.

  50. I hope that closed cafe really is in Panhandle TX. A fellow who lived a few doors down from me in the dorm in college is the supt of schools there now. I grew up about an hour from there. A lot of farmers used to lean democrat due to the perception that there would be increased farm subsidies for not growing crops (corporate welfare at its’ finest). I think a whole lot of them are as scared of today’s democrats as any other sane segment of the population. Plus, Panhandle is home to he PanTex nuclear assembly and dissasembly plant. Those people can’t be to fired up about having a bunch of fucking ultra-doves running the country. The panhandle region of TX is about as red as it gets these days.

  51. I’m going to work out. Why? Because;

    a) I’m a fatass

    b) see above

  52. “Hot air link warning”

    Dude

  53. Fuck that shit. I’m saving my money in case of emergencies. What happens when my decade-old AC breaks down? I buy a new one, that’s what. With what money do you suppose I’ll do that, if not with my SAVINGS? Dipshits.

    On a semi-related note, if Congress doesn’t get off their ass and pass the continuing resolution, I may not be the only one not at work on Friday…Does anyone know where I can keep track of that? None of my regular reads even mention that Congress is considering the CR.

  54. Hahaha, Carin, I’m just repeating AP’s most-used descriptions.

  55. i fear she was serious. I heard similar argument by my local radio asshat (mitch albom).

    I’ve heard countless times about corporate white collar folks drinking – that this is the same.

    I was a bartender for about 20 years. Since the early 90’s I did NOT pour many drinks for lunch. Once they made those changes to the write-offs, ect, the two martini lunch disappeared.

    I worked in a variety of different places, but the common theme was that they were all business men (or women) -often out with clients. Drinking did NOT occur.

    After work? sure. But not at lunch.

  56. I wouldn’t mind moving back up there around the Amarillo area some day. Reallly good people but it gets colder than shit up there in the winter. Elevation is about 3800 feet and there’s absolutely nothing blocking the northers coming out of the Rockies and Canada. It’s not uncommon for there to be snow laying around here or there from late December to mid March. I’m to old for that shit.

  57. :)

    Allah needs to come up with a few new catch-phrases.

  58. RCP says FL 8 (Alan Grayson and Taliban Dan Webster) leans R, can’t find a poll though.

  59. Good morning, Hostages and lovely Hostagettes.

    Oh, and F**k Obama, Pelosi, Reid, Soros and every union c**ks**ker within earshot.

    fin.

  60. Hey firehydrant. I think I’m late.

  61. Mega, did the indicator turn blue?

  62. RCP says FL 8 (Alan Grayson and Taliban Dan Webster) leans R, can’t find a poll though.

    Good morning!

    I was looking for polls on that race yesterday. You didn’t find any polls because none have been released. I’m sure there’s are internal polls being conducted, but nothing public yet.

    Although not the Grayson race, this poll – for the seat Grand Kleagle Byrd held – is interesting, though:

    Republican John Raese has edged ahead of West Virginia’s popular Democratic Governor Joe Manchin for the first time in the state’s special U.S. Senate race.

    A new Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of Likely West Virginia Voters finds Raese earning 48% support to Manchin’s 46% when leaners are included. Two percent (5%) prefer some other candidate, and four percent (4%) are undecided.

    These findings move the contest from Solid Democratic to a Toss-Up in the Rasmussen Reports Election 2010 Senate Balance of Power rankings.

    This race is going R, and it’s not one on that was on the radar for us (except in the “long shot” category).

  63. Looks like Blumenthal got the big bump from Obama and Clinton.
    His lead was 6 points last week, its down to 3 points today.

  64. RCP says FL 8 (Alan Grayson and Taliban Dan Webster) leans R, can’t find a poll though.
    ———
    It appears they are using the trending data from the previous elections and the generic ballot on RCP.

  65. I was toying with the idea of starting a pool for the elections, but there are way too many candidates to keep up with. Here are my predictions for the mid terms:

    Republicans pick up 47 house seats & 8 senate seats. Obama golfs 12 times during the lame duck session.

  66. I would eat at the “Fuck Obama” cafe.

  67. I spoke too soon: Grayson recently released an internal poll here. It shows him up 13 points over Webster, BUT the poll numbers sum to 101% (rounding errors, I’m sure). Given that the poll is from Forked-Tongue Grayson, Grand Mouth of Slurs, that the district leans R, and that Grayson was sloppy enough not to adjust his poll tally to reality (101%?), I don’t give it much credence.

  68. Here are my predictions for the mid terms:

    Republicans pick up 47 house seats & 8 senate seats. Obama golfs 12 times during the lame duck session.

    I’m going the Dick Morris route: 100+ seats. People are fucking pissed, and after what those fuckstick Dems did through the bailouts and Obamacare, every race is a national race now. There is some serious rogering on the horizon, and I aim to get my dick dirty.

  69. Jazz,
    If that happens I Will be one happy dude.
    I don’t trust Dick Morris further than I can spit though, he isn’t much of a speculator.

  70. pendejo – I should have typed “The” panhandle. I took that pic between Vega and Wildorado, about an hour west of Panhandle, TX.

  71. I don’t trust Dick Morris further than I can spit though, he isn’t much of a speculator.

    I believe he’s much better at analyzing electoral trends than you or me. If you didn’t see the “Midwest is a Killing Field For Democrats” article yesterday, it’s worth a read. The Dems are gonna get butthurt in the Midwest. I suspect the midwest alone will get the Rs the House. I’m keeping my enthusiasm in check, but it’s a very exciting time.

  72. I suspect the midwest alone will get the Rs the House.
    ——————–
    I’d really like to see house pick ups in the Northeast. I’m tired of being labeled as a Southern, white party.

  73. Just got back from brunch with the son unit. . . and HE PAID!!!?!?

  74. There is some serious rogering on the horizon, and I aim to get my dick dirty.

    It aint noon yet, but I’ve already locked in my vote for best fucking comment of the fucking day on fucking H2.

    I took that pic between Vega and Wildorado, about an hour west of Panhandle, TX.

    My hometown where I grew up is 30 miles south of Vega. I used to haul hey for some farmers up around Wildorado when I was a yute. Salt of the freakin’ earth people up there.

  75. I’d really like to see house pick ups in the Northeast.

    Some red up New England way would bring some springtime exuberance to my autumn-feeling nethers.

  76. Some red up New England way would bring some springtime exuberance to my autumn-feeling nethers.

    I have no idea what that means, but it sure is poetic!

  77. When did Rosetta get a tattoo? http://tinyurl.com/36kdkob

  78. I’d really like to see house pick ups in the Northeast.

    Jeff Perry in MA-10 is looking good. And, Lord willing, we’ll put Sean Bielat in MA-04.

  79. I have no idea what that means, but it sure is poetic!

    Thanks, Chief. ;-)

  80. Some red up New England way would bring some springtime exuberance to my autumn-feeling nethers.

    I have no idea what that means, but it sure is poetic!

    I interpret that to mean he’s planning on dipping his balls in something warm and wet.

  81. Candice miller was on the local radio today, and she thinks Michigan’s gonna pick up three.

  82. MI primer:

    15 seats 8 Dems, 7 Republicans. Three seats in play, all Dem. MI-1, MI-7. and MI-9

    MI-1: Stupak’s seat. he’s not running.

    Benishek (R) v McDowel (D) – NYT says it’s tossup.

    MI – 7 Walburg (r) v Shauer. Walburg is up, but shauer has more money. LIke FIVE TIMES AS MUCH MONEY.

    MI -9 , Norther suburb of Detroit. Rocky Rackowski (R) v Gary Peters. district leans blue, but NYT gives Rocky a 72% chance to win. 45 to 41 Rocky. Peters has a TON more money, again.

  83. Candice miller was on the local radio today

    Heh – we never get any interviews like that over here. For all intents and purposes, Michigan’s second largest city, Grand Rapids, does not exist to SE Michigan (Detroit metro area and surroundings). In the ten years I lived in Detroit, not one local Detroit television station ever included GR’s daily temperatures during the daily forecast. They didn’t even once put GR on the weather map, while Jackson, Kalamazoo, Bay City, and Manistee would often show up. It appeared to be an intentional slight.

    I don’t think the Detroit metro area understands the hostility the rest of the state feels about the tremendously large portion of our taxes that is sent to prop up municipalities in SE Michigan. Detroit and its attendant communities are reviled among outstaters.

  84. Well, I sure as hell hope that Stupak’s constituents give him the final insult by making his district red.

  85. Sorry for the meandering thoughts today. Still not sleeping right, so my focus is a little off.

  86. They didn’t even once put GR on the weather map, while Jackson, Kalamazoo, Bay City, and Manistee would often show up. It appeared to be an intentional slight.

    I wouldn’t take it personally. GR’s weather is totally different from SE MI. Yours is heavily affected by the lake. By the time the patterns move far inland they become quite different. So GR weather to us in SE MI is as relevant as yesterday’s news.

  87. Jazz – you hate Ann Arbor??

  88. Weak tea, but fun to read: http://tinyurl.com/249cz8c

  89. Candice miller was on the local radio today
    Heh – we never get any interviews like tha

    I’m a tad confused with your beef, jazz. Candice is a prominent Republican (not from Detroit, but up by me), so she gets the interviews. Lapeer isn’t really of much interest to Detroiters either.

    In Detroit radio … you get local forcasts and up North – because so many of us head north on the weekends.

  90. I wouldn’t take it personally. GR’s weather is totally different from SE MI. Yours is heavily affected by the lake.

    Manistee is on the lake. K-zoo isn’t, and neither is Jackson, but neither come close to the size of GR, and all three cities show up on various television weather maps daily. Point is, the second largest city in the state has weather distinctly different than Detroit, and the information would be useful (if not just plain interesting to) the public in SE Michigan, especially if people have business here. I don’t take it personally, but I find it very curious – if not confounding – that GR almost does not exist as far as Detroit news is concerned.

  91. Jazz – you hate Ann Arbor??

    I like to look at it. It’s aesthetically a nice place. Too full of goo brains, though. Way to full of goo brains.

  92. My wife and I are trying to figure out if we should vote absentee here in Utah, or wait until we get up to Oregon to vote.

    A part of me wants to vote one last time in Utah, but another part wants to send shock waves through the state of Oregon when we increase the R votes in Portland by 100%.

    I am voting party line this year, and I can’t wait!

  93. I’m a tad confused with your beef, jazz.

    Our local reporters rarely score personal interviews with elected (or any other) state officials. I don’t know whether that’s because they’re just not trying (very possible) or not.

  94. On the weekends, they give weather for AA if there is a football game.

    Usually you hear traffic reports of 94 all the way West, because so many folks have to drive to chicago or that way.

    I think they just report what a large majority of folks need/want to hear.

    weekend in the winter? They’d better give me snow reports. And they usually do.

  95. I always check the Travers City weather in the winter. It helps me feel better about where I live now.

    “Traverse City; half the pay and a view of the Bay!”

  96. I don’t know why Candice miller wouldn’t talk to local reporters. But I do know that WJR reaches her constituents – since I am one of ’em. WJR is a very powerful signal, so by interviewing with them, you can reach just about all of michigan.

  97. Book Report:

    I’m reading the Girl With The Dragon Tatoo – and so far it’s good. Someone here mentioned it a while back.

    A soccer mom rented the movie and said it was really good.

    That is all for now.

  98. >> My wife and I are trying to figure out if we should vote absentee here in Utah, or wait until we get up to Oregon to vote.

    Do both!

    /ACORN

  99. “If you didn’t see the “Midwest is a Killing Field For Democrats” article yesterday, it’s worth a read.”

    I will check it out.

    He always over projects, and falls short.

    I like his optimism, and I myself am optimistic about the November elections, but he always goes beyond normal projections and trips over his penis.

  100. Car in,
    I have been talking about that series for a while, it’s good stuff.

    The movie is very raw, but very good.

    Read all three in a row, it’s worth it.

    I am reading “How do deal with difficult people” and “The portable MBA in Management”.

    Trying to get my skills up to snuff.

  101. The four missionaries arrested in Dearborn for proselytizing have been acquitted. One of the attorneys involved, Majed Moughni, was a classmate of mine in law school.

    Note this statement from this article:

    They were charged in July with disorderly conduct after police said they received a complaint from a Christian volunteer working at the festival who said he was harassed by the group.

    An earlier story had this to say:

    Police said the missionaries were arrested because they failed to obey police commands at the June 18 festival. Officers maintain that the group’s actions jeopardized public safety because they caused a lot of people to gather in a small space.

    Which is the real rationale for the arrests – citizen complaint of harassment or public safety? Or does something reek of post-hoc rationalization?

    Finally, another commentary provides more perspective.

  102. Chief – I hear the new season of Glee starts tonight

    SQUUUUEEEEEL

  103. No reports of injuries other than the gunman at the UT law library. Cops looking for a possible second suspect, could just be conflicting descriptions of the dead one. No shots fired since the gunman killed himself.

    Hospitals are not reporting any injuries.

  104. Will someone please buy me a fez?

    Halloween is coming up and I want to go out as a Shriner…a drunken Shriner to be specific.

  105. WJR is a very powerful signal, so by interviewing with them, you can reach just about all of michigan.

    WJR can be heard waaaaay north into Canada. A LONG way. It doesn’t carry well to GR, though. We can catch it, but usually at night and there’s usually enough white noise to make ilistening thoroughly unenjoyable.

  106. Carin – I don’t know why, but I love that stupid show!

  107. God That Rolling Stone article even starts out horribly.

    WHat a fucking ass.

    First quesiton:

    When you came into office, you felt you would be able to work with the other side. When did you realize that the Republicans had abandoned any real effort to work with you and create bipartisan policy?

  108. Second question:

    How do you feel about the fact that day after day, there’s this really destructive attack on whatever you propose? Does that bother you? Has it shocked you?

  109. Chief – I hear the new season of Glee starts tonight

    And Legend of the Seeker got canceled in the off season. BOOOOOOOO! There is a death of hotties in tight red leather on television, and this affront will not be easily forgotten. The show was pure camp, and it was a blast. Two buddies and I would get together to watch the show each week, and we would laugh so hard! Boy, that’s going to be a big empty spot to fill.

  110. Uni – Found it!!!

    http://tinyurl.com/yargcy3

  111. 3rd:

    What do you think the Republican Party stands for today?

    And his answer starts like this ….

    “Well, on the economic front, their only agenda seems to be tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans. I” looking to see if he brings up billionaires and millionaires …

    OK DING DING DING . I win.

    “” But of course, when you say you’re going to borrow $700 billion to give an average $100,000-a-year tax break to people making a million dollars a year, or more, and you’re not going to pay for it; whe”

  112. 4th question:

    What do you think of the Tea Party and the people behind it?

  113. You know what happened here, right? They presumed the economy would recover on its own by the mid-terms so they could retool all the government spending they had been denied for the last 30 years by eeevillll Republicans and claim credit for the recovery at the same time.

    Biggest miscalculation since Pearl Harbor.

    Yep. Then they found out it’s so much easier to destroy than to create.

  114. Carin – Are you purposely trying to give me a stroke?

  115. 7th question:

    President Obama, can you show me how you perform auto-fellatio? No…Ok, then I’ll suck your dick for you.

  116. formatting fail

  117. Laura – I ordered your special winter hump wax from Amazon for you. Would you like it gift wrapped?

  118. God That Rolling Stone article even starts out horribly.

    WHat a fucking ass.

    First quesiton:

    When you came into office, you felt you would be able to work with the other side. When did you realize that the Republicans had abandoned any real effort to work with you and create bipartisan policy? Then you said, “I won!” Did you really think that would be conducive to bipartisanship?

    Second question:

    How do you feel about the fact that day after day, there’s this really destructive attack on whatever you propose? Does that bother you? Has it shocked you? Does it ever make you consider the fact that, in the good idea department, you couldn’t find shit in a dirty commode?

    FTFThem, Carin.

  119. Lemme throw out a serious question. Do you believe All the President’s Men are trying to ruin the country/economy? I’m conflicted.

  120. Carin – Are you purposely trying to give me a stroke?

    I’ll stop.

  121. Thanks MCPO!

    Nah, don’t bother wrapping it, please just send it along. I’ve got some bugs and tar to buff out.

  122. on. Do you believe All the President’s Men are trying to ruin the country/economy? I’m conflicted.

    I think they are trying to destroy certain portions of the country/economy. I think they don’t really care about “the people” and their well being if they stand in the way to achieving whatever social nirvana they’re aiming for.

    And, I think ultimately, many only care about power. And socialism is the greatest way to solidify their power.

  123. BTW – For those of you who have not met LauraW, she is actually quite a beautiful woman and ScottW is one of the nicest people you’ll ever meet.

    (Sorry, I couldn’t restrain myself)

  124. “Uni – Found it!!!”
    Thanks MCPO.

    I have decided the best costume is a drunken Shriner with a boner and a stain of tomato sauce on the front of my shirt.

  125. Do you believe All the President’s Men are trying to ruin the country/economy?

    Yes. I did not until recently, but I’ve come to think they’re trying to cause an implosion. Check this out: http://tinyurl.com/232w57e

    Those regulations can be construed as nothing other than a full-frontal assault on the American economy.

  126. I don’t think they want to completely destroy it. They wish to weaken certain sections of the economy in order to gain control over them. It’s a strange amalgam of socialist instinct and fascist tactics.

  127. Hahahahah!

    House and Senate Democrats are increasingly competing against one another over a small universe of deep-pocketed donors who could make a financial difference in the final stretch before the midterm elections.

    In some cases, donors report that they are being urged to fund Senate campaigns at the expense of the House, where Democrats are in danger of losing their majority.

    One House Democratic fundraiser said that some Senate operatives are telling big donors and union officials, “The House is lost; you have to save the Senate.”

    http://tinyurl.com/2d2zx9l

  128. And right now, we are getting outspent eight to one by these 527s that the Roberts court says can spend with impunity without disclosing where their money’s coming from. In every single one of these congressional districts, you are seeing these independent organizations outspend political parties and the candidates by, as I said, factors of four to one, five to one, eight to one, 10 to one.

    Bullshit.

    If the democratic candidates have FIVE TIMES AS MUCH MONEY as their republican challenger (as I reported above) – obama is a fucking propagandizing liar.

  129. I’m in the process of composing a letter to my fucking French-looking senator about how we rubes out here in the sticks are just confused by simple slogans and don’t understand the issues and shit. It’s going to be epic.

    A related thought I had, though, is how damned stupid these people are to keep kicking the mad dog. Lurch thinks we’re dumb, Obama blames it all on “destructive” Fox news (see the mothership) and all it does is makes people that much more ready to rain fire on the Democrat party in November and salt the fields so that nothing will ever grow there again.

    Let me see if I can explain this to our betters in a form they’re familiar with:

    Do you hear the people sing?
    Singing a song of angry men?
    It is the music of a people
    Who will not be slaves again!
    When the beating of your heart
    Echoes the beating of the drums
    There is a life about to start
    When tomorrow November comes!

    Related: Slublog’s excellent post at Hot Air from a while back.

  130. I can’t wait until we foreclose on their House.

  131. My dad often asks me that question, and I’m never really sure how to answer. Generally, I say that their ideology masks, and provides cover for the negative consequences.

    “Sure we nationalized the student loan industry, which will drive up the cost of college and took a ton of money from the private sector, BUT more people will be able obtain higher education.”

  132. Post your letter when it is finished, wouldja, Andy?

  133. Andy, you want to talk to us about your Show Tunes?

  134. I can’t wait until we foreclose on their House.
    ————–
    I hope you thought of that. It’s great.

  135. I haven’t seen it anywhere else, MJ. :)

  136. MJ – What scares me is that now the Federal Government will pick and choose who gets to go to college. Do you think whites and Asians are on that list? How about kids whose parents are active in the TEA Party? Unless you believe in the “Higher Education Bubble”, some hack in the bowels of government will be following very restrictive “goals” that ensure that members of approved victim groups go at the expense of others. It is fucking frightening!

  137. >> Post your letter when it is finished, wouldja, Andy?

    I plan to.

    >> Andy, you want to talk to us about your Show Tunes?

    This one involves pissed off people waving flags (theirs was French, ours is Gadsden) and revolting against the government. It’s good stuff.

  138. Mega, did the indicator turn blue?
    ————————-

    Yeah. That means it’s a boy, right?

  139. Mega, it’s probably a man/lesbian.

    Andy, I do know. I couldn’t help jiggling your ghey handle.

  140. Do you think whites and Asians are on that list? How about kids whose parents are active in the TEA Party? Unless you believe in the “Higher Education Bubble”, some hack in the bowels of government will be followin

    You know, Chief, the progressives have just about ruined college education anyway. With the under-educating occurring in K-12, the remedial English and History courses that are become de-facto Freshmen level course …

    I’m just hope that bubble bursts soon.

  141. MJ, the Occam’s Razor is screaming “YES”!

    Hell, Barry said it himself, although he used the word “transform.”

  142. * shoots extraneous “the” with a .300 Win. Mag. *

  143. I couldn’t help jiggling your ghey handle.

    Hey now. Save the handle jiggling for this weekend.

  144. I can’t wait until we foreclose on their House.

    A simply marvelous slogan!

  145. Awww, thanks. The slogan made our TwitDick!

  146. “I can’t wait until we foreclose on their House.”

    HA!

    Fucking Bravo!

  147. Scott, that tattoo video was hill-air-I-us!!

  148. If the Republicans take more than 100 seats in the House, I’m going to go get a tattoo of an elephant buttfucking a donkey with “112th Congress” underneath it.

  149. Jazz, promise you’ll post a picture. I’ll send $50 to help pay for it.

  150. >> Awww, thanks. The slogan made our TwitDick!

    Too awesome not to Tweet!

  151. Jazz, promise you’ll post a picture. I’ll send $50 to help pay for it

    Sure thing. :D

  152. The H2: Foreclosing on Nancy’s House Since March 2009.

  153. Will’s reading skillz are amazing!!

  154. I’m not sure what you’re trying to imply.

  155. Will – I was pulling your chain. I changed the motto at the top at your suggestion.

    Oh, and “Lighten up, Francis!”

  156. Hahahaha

    I just posted your slogan on my FaceChimp, pretty lady.

  157. If the Republicans take more than 100 seats in the House, I’m going to go get a tattoo of an elephant buttfucking a donkey with “112th Congress” underneath it.

    Then get ready for 2012’s tattoo of the elephant buttfucking a rhino.

  158. “Lemme throw out a serious question. Do you believe All the President’s Men are trying to ruin the country/economy? I’m conflicted.”

    MJ, absolutely they are.

  159. Here you go, MJ … something to ponder while I head to the gym. You can post your book report here later today.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n5xJZEY3oz0

  160. Love, LOVE the new header pic.

    But whoever changed it forgot to change the tagline.

  161. Don’t tell Rosetta on me. I always forget to do that.

  162. This place needs more topless wimmins with nice hooters carrying patriotic flags into battle. That would make it the bestest place on tittyweb jenkins.

  163. There, fixt.

  164. html fail, HS.

  165. HAHAHAHAAH! Arlen Specter’s got his panties in a bunch:

    Republican-turned-Democratic Sen. Arlen Specter of Pennsylvania said Tuesday that the “nation’s business is floundering” because moderate Republicans “have fallen like flies at the hands of extremists,” calling Christine O’Donnell’s primary victory in Delaware “stunning” and implying she is incompetent.

    In an oddly timed and strongly-worded speech, Specter took aim at the Republican Party, which he claimed has “changed the most ideologically” and took not-so-veiled shots at colleague Jim DeMint, who has emerged as the champion of the conservative electorate.

    “Within days of the start of the Obama administration, before the ink was dry on his oath of office, Republicans openly bragged about plans to ‘break’ him and engineer his ‘Waterloo,'” Specter said. “Announcing that ideological purity was more important than obtaining a majority, the prevailing Republican motto was ‘We’d rather have 30 Marco Rubios in the Senate than 50 Arlen Specters.'”

    We really would rather have 30 (loyal and ideologically sound) Marco Rubios than 50 (traitorous and unreliable) Arlen Specters, Arlen, you decrepit stenchbag of chum.

  166. There, fixt. Again.

    WordPress is teh suck.

  167. I was thinking about Spector yesterday while working in the garden. The reason that the WH was aggressive in trying to remove Sestak during the primary was simply because Arlen was a 100% dependable vote, IMO.

    He likes to think he’s a moderate, but really he’s just a useful idiot for whomever is in power.

  168. How come I am never around when PattyAnn is in the mood to jiggle handles?

  169. Schadenfruede, thou makest me want to tittyfuck you:

    Admonishing his own party, President Barack Obama says it would be “inexcusable” and “irresponsible” for unenthusiastic Democratic voters to sit out the midterm elections, warning that the consequences could be a squandered agenda for years. . . .

    “It is inexcusable for any Democrat or progressive right now to stand on the sidelines in this midterm election,” Mr. Obama said.

    The president has been telling Democrats to “wake up” and recognize that he and the Democratic-run Congress have delivered on promises, from a new health care law to tougher rules for Wall Street to more aid for college students. Mr. Obama wants disenchanted supporters to see that Republican wins in November would undermine the ability of Democrats to get the unfinished business done, from climate change legislation to allowing gays to serve openly in the military.

    What emerges in the magazine story is a stern, lecturing tone from Mr. Obama. . . .

    “The idea that we’ve got a lack of enthusiasm in the Democratic base, that people are sitting on their hands complaining, is just irresponsible,” he said in the interview. He said Democrats should be thinking about what’s at stake this election “if they want to move forward over the next two years or six years or 10 years.”

  170. How come I am never around when PattyAnn is in the mood to jiggle handles?

    It’s probably more that she just can’t get into the mood to jiggle handles when you’re around.

  171. Hello, you rapscallions.

  172. **knock, knock**

    Hello?

    Hello?

    Hey, c’mon. Let me in!

  173. Password required.

  174. **whispers “Big Boobs”**

  175. *knock knock

    Rosebud

  176. JEWSTIN!

    What’s up? Nice to see you around lately. Your extended absence was a bit disconcerting. ;-)

    And xbrad, c’mon in. Just don’t wipe your mouth, hands, or anything else on the curtains, please!

  177. Well, it looks like the heat has broken. It’s only 95 today so far.

  178. *knock knock*

    *whispers “floyd” *

  179. That live action Star Blazers (“Space Battleship Yamato”) movie looks pretty cool (except for the Steven Tyler song).

  180. Here, Laura. Pull my finger!

    (gently)

  181. Hello Jazz and others.

    I have more time with construction season winding down.

  182. Yeah, Jazz. I keep meaning to download the original Starblazers.

    Dunno when the live action will show up around ehre.

  183. I have more time with construction season winding down.

    I guess I didn’t realize there was a construction season in this economy.

  184. Do NOT answer the door. For Heaven’s sake DON’T ANSWER THE DOOR!

  185. I think Dave was right.

    “Women favor Blumenthal 56 – 39 percent, while men back McMahon, 52 – 44 percent.”

  186. Yeah, Jazz. I keep meaning to download the original Starblazers.

    That was one of the first shows I remember watching when my fam got teh cable. I thought I’d never seen anything like it – all the while ignoring Speed Racer. The crapanimation should have given it away, but it was so novelly bad that I completely missed the production similarities between the two shows.

  187. We need to organize a giant state-wide tag sale for November 2. That should seal the deal.

  188. “Women favor Blumenthal 56 – 39 percent,

    I’m assuming this is women who have never actually seen that pervy looking country-club douche.

  189. There was a local broadcast station that aird Starblazers, but IIRC it came on at a weird time and I only saw a relative handful of episodes. Enough to be hooked, of course.

  190. We need to organize a giant state-wide tag sale for November 2. That should seal the deal.

    Or convince Payless shoes to have a BOGO sale.

  191. I’m assuming this is women who have never actually seen that pervy looking country-club douche why women shouldn’t be allowed to vote.

  192. Blumenthal’s face looks like it’s always just being born.

  193. Linda McMahon still has $30,000,000 to spend and her ads are beginning to annoy people.

    That should be enough to sponsor a pretty nice sale.

  194. Speaking of which, I need to go pick up some new jeans.

    I want to be ready if this Texas thing gets formal.

  195. I need to go pick up some new jeans.

    I want to be ready if this Texas thing gets formal.

    Foundation garments are a necessity for formal attire. You should take a pair of BVDs, too.

  196. This is what I talking about:

  197. Blumenthal = client number 8

  198. hahahahahahaha

  199. Where are his eyes, mare? He could be blindfolded with dental floss.

  200. Linda McMahon still has $30,000,000 to spend and her ads are beginning to annoy people.

    I was talking to a woman last night who supported Dick because “she doesn’t like Linda., what with all that icky wrestling.” She is, in her words, an “independent,” but strangely enough, has only Dem candidate signs in her yard.

    She seemed upset that Linda was spending an amount equal to our state’s deficit to run for Senate. “That money could be doing so much more for the people of this state.”

    I gently reminded her that A) it’s her money and b) she’s running as a Republican in a hard-core Dem stronghold. I then proceeded to tell her everything that is wrong with Dick, including reminding her of his blatant lies, as well as his funneling 10s of millions of dollars from the tobacco settlement to his former law partners pockets.

    She is still gonna vote for him because she just thinks Linda is “icky (this remark came complete with the little scrunched up nose, like she was smelling something bad.)”

    This is what is considered an “independent” in CT. Blindly and repeatedly supports the Democrats all while bitching about how other people spend their own money.

    And, joy of joys, I have to attend a BBQ this weekend with her and a number of other “independents.”

  201. I want to be ready if this Texas thing gets formal.

    What, you’re gonna show up looking all fancy-like and make the rest of us uncomfortable?

    Sheesh.

  202. LOL

    I got me some Ace lurve.

  203. She is still gonna vote for him because she just thinks Linda is “icky (this remark came complete with the little scrunched up nose, like she was smelling something bad.)”

    The sophistication of faux-independents and Dems never ceases to underwhelm.

  204. I got me some Ace lurve.

    How’d he get that? Did you send it to him? Does he read us? Where did you get it – one of your photoshops?

  205. Well done, Hotspur.

    Now get me a sammich.

  206. I did it this afternoon. Inspiration came from PattyAnn’s new slogan, and your avatard.

    I send him stuff from time to time.

  207. >> I want to be ready if this Texas thing gets formal.

    Nah, clean pair of overalls, you’ll be fine.

  208. I did it this afternoon. Inspiration came from PattyAnn’s new slogan, and your avatard.

    This is not smoke-blowing or a throw-away: You are very talented with Photoshop. That’s an excellent rendition. Take a bow, my friend!

  209. The wimmins of course can wear their Daisy May cutoffs and checkered blouses.

  210. Really?

    I was thinking the wimmens should wear latex hosefucking outfits.

  211. Thanks, Jazz. Photoshop is such an amazing program. Everybody uses it differently, to suit their needs and style. I wish I could do it full time.

  212. If all the retards were here, we could do a Hostageswarm on Ace’s thread in honor of HS’ pic.

  213. eh, fuck it. Too much work.

  214. I’m too lazy to do it, but we should stir up some “inner circle” shit over there. I mean, it’s obvious Ace lurks occasionally.

    We just won’t let him hang with the Inner Inner Circle.

  215. Nice work HS.

  216. Bad boys
    bad boys
    Whatchoo gonna do . . .

    Wrong Inner Circle?

  217. I’m more of an outer circle kinda guy.

    STOP TOUCHING ME!!11!!!

  218. xbrad- thumbs up on this week’s Load Heat.

  219. **sets woochipper to “Jazz”**

  220. Yeah, as I said, she’s ridiculously hot.

  221. **sets woochipper to “Jazz”**

    I’m laughing my ass off at that! :D

    /Better sharpen those blades

  222. Jazz, there’s a new poat.

  223. Inspiration came from PattyAnn’s new slogan.

    Ahem: https://thehostages.wordpress.com/2010/09/27/hostage-cafe-panhandle-texas/#comment-387286


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