Big Boob Friday™

Hello various types of monkeys.  G’day!  First is an order of business.  Happily, work is crazy good and I’ve over-extended myself in that regard for the next few weeks.  So I have that and then some family reunion trips, detox visits, various weeknight plans, dinner parties, open houses and other fun things going on so BBF for the next six weeks will either be on hiatus or you jackholes will step up and fill in for me.

Should you idiots feel the need for speed, here are the Fridays that I will be indisposed:

(1)   June 10th

(B)  June 17th (this is my birthday so whoever does this BBF, don’t fuck it up)

(∏)  June 24th

(FU)  July 1st

(Shirlena?)  July 8th

The next Friday when I’m confident that I can bring the stupid to the exacting standards that you’re used to is July 15th.  And that will probably be the best BBF evar.  But I’m cool with a hiatus or with subs so you ass-hammers work it out.  Now on with the show.

The BBF Music Department saw this on the excellent smelly hippie blog Boing Boing.  It sounds straight out of the 80s but in the best possible way.  The video was made by a fan of the group and it consists of opening scenes from porn which is pretty awesome in its own right.  You’re welcome.

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Your model today is making her second appearance on this esteemed page.  If you want to know her biography, use the search box at the top of the blog you lazy gorilla tit.

One thing that I don’t know if I mentioned on the previous post of this hottie is that she really, really like chicks but she doesn’t seem to be a fan of Anthony Weiner IYKWISAITTYD NTTIAWWT.  Please stop shopping for my birthday gift for a second and give a warm, damp round of applause to my good friend and your girlfriend for today, Friday, June 3rd, 2011, Jelena Jensen!  YAY!!!

Uh…yum?

When you look up crap on some random “on-this-day-in-history” site like I do you’re a student of history like I am , you realize that there are some dates where a lot of shit happened and tons of famous people came into this world or were escorted out.  And then there are dates like this one where everyone throughout history was apparently passed out drunk or in prison.  Not much happened.  I mean except for these things that happened on this day…

*  in 1808, Jefferson Davis, President of the Confederate States of America, was born.

*  in 1906, early hot naked dancer Josephine Baker was born.

in 1942, your mom‘s favorite lover Curtis Mayfield was born.

*  in 1951, singer Christopher Cross was born in Texas.  Seriously though, “Sailing” is one of the greatest make-out songs in history and if you disagree it’s because your goat is deaf.

*  in 1964, the Rolling Stones began their first U.S. tour.

in 1975, Ozzie Nelson died at the age of 69.

*  in 1976, Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody went gold like a motherfucker.

*  in 1980, supermassive idiot and complete tub of douche, cockbiting piece of shit stain on history Jimmy Carter won enough delegates for renomination.  Good luck Jimmah!

Finst.

Everyone have a good weekend and then some and please, try not to be such an asshole.  I will check in when I can and I look forward to things slowing down so I can make fun of your heritage and sexual deviancy and then call you dirty names.

Cheers friends!

Hey!  Who hacked my TwitchNutsFaceChimp!!  You prankster!!  You can do it!

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479 Comments

  1. Ohai, scheduled boobehs.

  2. do I see nips???

  3. do I see nips???

    No, that’s Andy.

  4. Kevorkian was a serial killer who got off on snuffing people.
    Having said that, I can think of a looooong list of people we should assist with suicide.
    **looks at Michael**

  5. This is regarding carin’s situation.

    Here in good ole Kalifornia, they can have you ON tape stealing from the company and you’ll still get unemployment.

    Kalifornia is awesome.

  6. Kevorkian was a serial killer who got off on snuffing people.
    Really?
    If someone wants to take their own life, why should they be stopped? It has to be a heavy decision for anyone.

  7. Sounds like BreadLady speaks form experience.

  8. Cyn, if someone wants to off themselves, that’s up to them.

    Assisting them is murder.

  9. >> If someone wants to take their own life, why should they be stopped?

    Ah, but it was Kevorkian taking their life. He could wrap it in whatever high-minded bullshit he wanted, but he just found (for a while) a nice loophole that allowed him to be a serial killer in plain sight.

    Good riddance.

  10. My point is that perhaps it should not be HS.

  11. Sounds like BreadLady speaks form experience.

    sort of, smarty pants, alec, stinky fart face. It happened at PJD’s work……..so I done got told the info.

  12. Kevorkian did it with a sick gleeful attitude. He was a very sick man.

    They didn’t take their own life, he took their life, that’s why the dipshit went to jail for second degree murder.

  13. I just watched a few seconds of pjm’s motivational video. Good grief, someone smack that dad.

    They’ve got this idea that employers are evil alwYs out to screw The Workers ( yes it’s Marxism). See he may have been acting unfair to her and she had no choice but to quit.

    I lost count of how many times a family member was on unemployment. When she talks about employers, her head starts to spin, and she spews pea soup. Seriously, her voice deepens like she is possessed. Most of her issue is punctuality and absences and then when confronted she becomes passive aggressive belligerent, which makes being near her uncomfortable for coworkers.
    When I said an employer should be able to get rid of bad attitudes and attendance flunkies without having to pay for their azzes, I thought she would hit me.

    Meh. She is the entitled.

  14. It’s a horrible road to go down. What if your relatives SAY, “I was just assisting with his wishes, now pass the inheritance.”

    Ahhh, better have that in writing, with several witnesses, oh and a video of it, hmmmm but video can be altered.

  15. He may or may not have taken delight; I didn’t follow him closely enough to say one way or another. I just think that it’s one of those dialogs that should be explored further.

  16. My point is that perhaps it should not be HS.

    Too much of a slippery slope. See the Netherlands. Folks have to sign papers saying NOT to kill them when they to hospital. Kids are being assisted……..for depression.

  17. Wait, wasn’t that kid just fired up because he rode his bike successfully? What’s wrong with that?

  18. Taking life, even assisting in doing so, is against my morals. And yes, I am totally against capital punishment.

  19. Is that the Congressional Record in your underpants or are you just a sociopathic liar?

  20. I think Jack started an important discussion regarding end-of-life options.

    Having worked in healthcare for nearly all my life and from what I have seen, I can tell you that it’s almost cruel to keep some people alive, just to satisfy the “all life is sacred” mindset.

    We put our pets to sleep to end their suffering. Why should we deny that same comfort to our human loved ones?

  21. I didn’t say to smack the kid. Good for him. Jump around, high five.

  22. I’m against taking INNOCENT life. I’d be happy to pull the switch to fry any of those scumbags on death row.

  23. “mindset.”

    Ah, for some it’s a little more than a “mindset.”

  24. H/S, I’m not really against taking lives. I mean, it’s hard to be a grunt and do so. And while I disagree with you on capital punishment, I respect your stance.

    And while there IS room for an argument about end of life options, as noted, when you get away from it being a personal choice and action (why these people couldn’t eat a bullet?) and a matter of state, you manufacture real issues that don’t need to exist.

    How soon before Obamacare starts touting the benefits of assisted suicide because it is cheap?

  25. Innocent life and rabid dogs are two totally different things.

    Babies = innocent

    killers, pedophiles = rabid dogs

  26. I’m cool with that HS. I’m not sure it’s something I could either. Having said that, I do believe that there are people suffering with debilitating diseases causing great pain and anguish for which there is no cure or perhaps modern medicine has failed to alleviate the pain. A nut job getting help offing himself? No. Someone who has suffered for years with an untreatable and painful cancer? Let them choose and have assistance should it be required.

  27. Ah, for some it’s a little more than a “mindset.”

    I understand that/ Couldn’t think of another word at the time. “Belief” work better?

  28. I am not against unplugging life support in cases where the person is being kept alive against their wishes, or in cases where the person is brain dead and cannot recover.

    *unplugs wiser and wiserbud

  29. >> How soon before Obamacare starts touting the benefits of assisted suicide because it is cheap?

    See also: Independent Payment Advisory Board

  30. “See also: Independent Payment Advisory Board”

    Amen, like I said, a horrible road to go down.

  31. (why these people couldn’t eat a bullet?)

    Well, that’s a wonderful final memory to leave the family.

    If you’re okay with people taking their own lives, what’s wrong with allowing them to do it with dignity?

    I’m sure you’ve been in the room when you’ve had a beloved pet put down. The doc doesn’t just blast it in the head.

  32. Most of her issue is punctuality and absences and then when confronted she becomes passive aggressive belligerent, which makes being near her uncomfortable for coworkers.

    I got aggressive and belligerent the other day when I got confronted on my punctuality issue. Apparently showing up on time ready to work isn’t enough for some people.

  33. *unplugs wiser and wiserbud

    thank you.

  34. Killing babies is a whole different discussion. Entirely. It’s about people living with debilitating pain for which there is no remedy.

  35. What does HS mean?

  36. They get assistance b/c taking their own life goes against their belief and they don’t want to go to Hell. If they “eat a bullet” then they are committing suicide…

  37. (hs=Hotspur)

  38. They didn’t take their own life, he took their life, that’s why the dipshit went to jail for second degree murder.

    Doesn’t make the law right.

  39. Cyn, isn’t that already being done with Hospice? Don’t they help manage a painful death?

    They certainly did with my Dad.

  40. Why should we deny that same comfort to our human loved ones?

    Thing is, a lot of assisted suicides are not terminal. A friends mother was in the final stages of lung cancer. She was slowly suffocating. It was painful and full of panic because she couldn’t get enough air.

    She grabs my friend and says, “Help me”.

    Friend says to Dr., help us, it’s time.

    Dr. gives her a heavy sedative and removes the oxygen.

    I wouldn’t quite call that ‘assisted’, but it ended her pain and suffering.

  41. >> How soon before Obamacare starts touting the benefits of assisted suicide because it is cheap?
    See also: Independent Payment Advisory Board

    The official logo is a shield bearing a hooded figure holding a scythe in one hand and a sheaf of documents in the other.

  42. The doc doesn’t just blast it in the head.

    And that is exactly why you shouldn’t take your pet to the pjmomma household to be put down.

  43. In the case of Kevorkian, the law was absolutely right.

    He was a sick guy, mentally.

  44. Hospice is wonderful Mare. I watched them with both my grandparents and am eternally grateful for their work. They are angels.

    There are people, however, who suffer so horribly and there is no relief from any form of medication. All I’m saying is that assisting someone who is physically incapable of ‘doing the deed’ themselves shouldn’t necessarily be a criminal offense.

  45. The doc doesn’t just blast it in the head.

    Actually they use a hatchet.

    The good ones provide a faceguard.

  46. My brother asked me to unplug his trache tube so he would suffocate. I couldn’t do it.

    My dad asked me to bring his .38 to the nursing home. Couldn’t do that either.

    In both cases they were gone in three days.

    I’m not risking a lifetime of doubt, or eternal damnation for them or myself for a few days of rest.

  47. Dr. gives her a heavy sedative and removes the oxygen.

    This is exactly “an assist”. A merciful one at that and many doctors would not have done it.

  48. Wiser. Point taken. That was thoughtless of me.

    In Dad’s final days, he was comatose, and yet still in incredible pain. We were dosing him with levels of morphine that would kill a healthy person, but didn’t even depress his respiration.

    But while we knew that there was no chance of recovery, it never occurred to me to try to expedite matters.

    Now, if Dad HADN’T been comatose, and chose to do so, that would be up to him. JUST him, not Mad Doctor Jack telling him how great it was gonna be, and hooking him up to a contraption.

  49. I wouldn’t quite call that ‘assisted’, but it ended her pain and suffering.

    That’s exactly what Kevorkian was doing, except he was giving the patient more of a choice in when they wanted to end their lives, as opposed to leaving that decision in the hands of someone else.

    According to others here, that doctor is a murderer. I respectfully disagree. I think that doctor helped his patient in the best way possible.

    In the case of Kevorkian, the law was absolutely right.

    So should the doctor that beasn referenced above be imprisoned also? What is the difference between what he did and what Kevorkian did?

  50. Actually they use a hatchet.

    OMG

    Hahahahahahaha

    Thanks, Joo.

  51. Actually they use a hatchet.

    we’re talking veterinarians, not mohels

  52. How soon before Obamacare starts touting the benefits of assisted suicide because it is cheap?

    See also: Independent Payment Advisory Board

    *coughs*

    Already beginning to happen. I don’t think you really want the gubmint dictating end-of-life matters but they are doing it.

    http://strata-sphere.com/blog/index.php/archives/16565

    For the first time in its history, Medicare will soon track spending on millions of individual beneficiaries, reward hospitals that hold down costs and penalize those whose patients prove most expensive.

    This plan has drawn fire from hospitals, which say they have little control over services provided after a patient’s discharge — and, in many cases, do not even know about them. More generally, they are apprehensive about Medicare’s plans to reward and penalize hospitals based on untested measures of efficiency that include spending per beneficiary.

    The new Medicare initiative, known as value-based purchasing, will redistribute money among more than 3,100 hospitals.

    Medicare will begin computing performance scores in July, for monetary rewards and penalties that start in October 2012.

  53. (hs=Hotspur)

    hahaha, I was thinking it was like some sort of Health Services

  54. Now take the above I posted and compare that to Obama/the fed telling which state that they cannot deny the funding of Planned Parenthood.

    See, only they get to pick and choose.

  55. Actually they use a hatchet.

    HAHAHAHA!

  56. No one is asking you to risk anything, Hotspur. And I’m glad that your father and brother did not suffer long, God rest their souls. There are some, however, who have suffered for a very very long time.

  57. faceguard

    HAHA! Nice touch.

  58. “I think that doctor helped his patient in the best way possible.”

    Again, Kevorkian was a pathologist not a general or gerontologist. “his patient” is a bit of a stretch.

  59. Let me be clear, instead of giving granny a pacemaker, maybe she should just take a pain pill. Or a lot of pain pills. Maybe even the whole bottle at once.

  60. Let me be clear,

    Am I the only one that gets physically ill when they hear that phrase?

  61. Ha!

  62. PJM, is diarrhea involved? If so, then you’re not the only one.

  63. People went to Kevorkian, they chose to go to him; he did not seek them out.

  64. Again, Kevorkian was a pathologist not a general or gerontologist. “his patient” is a bit of a stretch.

    Honestly, what does that matter? Why do I need to have a specifically trained physician be the only one who can make that choice for me? Why am I not allowed to make these decisions for myself and seek out alternatives to the standard method of care that the law prescribes?

    Hypothetical: I’m told I have inoperable cancer and have maybe 3 months to live. What if I decide that I don’t want to wait until I am in excruciating pain and prefer to end my life before I get to that point? You are saying I should not have that choice? And if I do, why wouldn’t I seek the assistance of someone who can help me do it with as much dignity and as little mess as possible, regardless of his specific specialty or degree?

  65. Cyn, he was a PATHOLOGIST.

    Anyhoo, the scum went to jail, stopped him for awhile. He’s dead now. I could care less.

  66. “Why do I need to have a specifically trained physician be the only one who can make that choice for me? ”

    HA! That’s the argument Obama will use.

  67. PJM, is diarrhea involved? If so, then you’re not the only one.

    I’m never sure which end it will go.

  68. Wiser, think about it, do you really think you won’t be able to find someone to help kill you?

  69. Am I the only one that gets physically ill when they hear that phrase?

    **hooks PJ up to “assisted suicide” machine**

  70. >> Wiser, think about it, do you really think you won’t be able to find someone to help kill you?

    The line forms behind me, people!

    *Changes oil in woodchipper*

  71. I read a horrible story once about a couple who had been married for over 40 years. The husband got some amazing new hard core pacemaker for his heart. A few years later his health turned for the worse and he has a series of strokes and one aneurysm that would have killed him except for the cool new pacemaker that would keep ticking w/out needing to be replaced for 20+ years. After years and years of misery for the family they were able to find a Doctor (who said this man never should have even been a candidate for that type of pacemaker) who was able to short the pacemaker and put an end to everyone’s suffering.

  72. “The line forms behind me, people!
    *Changes oil in woodchipper*”

    HAHAHAHAHA

    xbrad sets taser to, “kill wiser.”

  73. Mare, his career path is virtually irrelevant to me, doctor pathologist whatever. What he did was no different than the compassionate doctor who has been asked by family to ‘over medicate’ to speed the process as it were. The difference is that his patients came to him for help having made their OWN decision and that they were simply physically incapable of peacefully ending their suffering.

  74. Wiser, think about it, do you really think you won’t be able to find someone to help kill you?

    Around here? no.

    Think about this: How many people did Kevorkian’s patients go to until they found him?

    No doctor will advertise that they will help you kill yourself. There are a few, but euthanasia is a taboo topic in healthcare, even though some do what beasns friend’s doctor did. Imagine if he had not. Where was that woman going to go at that point? Nowhere. She was going to be forced to suffer until her natural end, as opposed to be relieved of her suffering by her own choice and at a time of her own choosing.

  75. The shame is that cases where the mind has gone, the “let me go” isn’t an option. Ever visited a floor of dementia/ alzheimer’s patients? It’s depressing (my mom was in elderly care for 15 years). Early stage – there still is quality of life. But eventually? It’s horrible.

    And my stepmother took care of her mom at the end. Which went on for YEARS. Years of feeding and diapers. And months and months of basically catatonic condition.

  76. Cyn, please review some of the patients that went to Kevorkian.

    That is all.

  77. After years and years of misery for the family they were able to find a Doctor (who said this man never should have even been a candidate for that type of pacemaker) who was able to short the pacemaker and put an end to everyone’s suffering.

    And many people would consider that man a criminal.

  78. **hooks PJ up to “assisted suicide” machine**

    Oh thank you for putting me out of my misery. I wont’ have to smell stinky woman today

  79. The line forms behind me, people!

    *Changes oil in woodchipper*

    And now you know why I specifically stated “Hypothetical!!!”

    I knew that, without that modifier, Andy would be in his Porsche right now and racing to CT.

  80. Hahahahaha

    I just realized that Rosetta’s last BBF before his hiatus has become an assisted suicide blog.

    Well done.

  81. Friend says to Dr., help us, it’s time.
    Dr. gives her a heavy sedative and removes the oxygen.

    I think most people would be surprised at how often this happens.
    Quietly.

    And for most people, there is very little second-guessing (the doctor included).

    A patient asks for “more” pain pills than they really “need” – both the patient and the doctor know why, but neither one says anything. (And anyone who has been in a home where someone has died will tell you – the people who come to the house to take the report ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS get all of the bottles of medicine, count the pills, and do the math…..)

    It’s a personal choice.

  82. I think the problem, though, with the whole assisted suicide dealo – is that I imagine some people may feel that they are being a burden on their family. Why not make it easier … and off yourself.

    It’s a tricky line and I don’t know how to draw it.

  83. That was the reason for the article. It was to show the devastation of the other side. The people who want what is best for the person who is in that situation but also for the person is is having to take care of that person. How difficult it is to make that decision.

  84. It’s a personal choice.

    But it shouldn’t be a crime.

  85. Yea, some of Dr K’s patient may have been more “depressed”.

    That was the issue, if I recall correctly.

  86. Ever visited a floor of dementia/ alzheimer’s patients?

    When you are in a family that has a history of this disease, that possibility can be worse than death. Some family members of mine are dealing with it right now. These things take on a different light when they hit closer to home, I think.

  87. Don’t need to Mare; not interested in a case by case discussion, nor am I interested in Kevorkian with any specificity. Only interested in the notion that assisting shouldn’t necessarily be criminal. Morality or religious beliefs are a WHOOOOLE other ballgame.

  88. Speaking of suicide, to avoid my own, I’m hoping Ryan and Bolton jump into the race.

  89. I wont’ have to smell stinky woman today

    Maybe she’s just happy to see you.

    Too far?

  90. And, Dr K was basically a bit of … well, he was nutty.

    He was a poor advocate for the issue.

    Plus, he had that asshole represent him, but immediately gets my hackles up. If Geoffry Fieger represents a person, I’m immediately suspect.

  91. Cyn, the discussion was about Kevorkian.

    Kids die from guns, it’s a price we pay to own them.

    Some people will suffer so that people won’t discriminately be put to death.

    I’m sure when the time comes you will have worked this out morally and you will be able to do what is needed for your loved ones.

  92. But it shouldn’t be a crime.

    In the “quiet” cases, it’s not…..

    Kevorkian was an attention whore –

  93. My only anecdotal experience was with mom. A post-bypass surgery blood clot killed her bowel organs and she went into a coma. She was dying, there was no chance of recovery. They kept her in a coma with morphine until we could all be there with her, and together, and then, under doctor’s orders, they administered several huge doses of morphine to speed her death. The last dose was about 25 minutes before she finally passed. She never woke (which would have been horribly painful for her).

    I considered it then and now, a merciful act. Done quietly.

  94. It’s a tricky line and I don’t know how to draw it.

    I like crayon

  95. To put a fine point on it – it was what Dr. K did that was considered a crime. Not what doctors do every day under compassionate care.

    He flaunted what he did, after being warned.

  96. I was trying to elevate the discussion beyond Kevorkian.

  97. He was a poor advocate for the issue.

    Agreed, but at least he was initiated a discussion that was long overdue.

  98. “That was the issue, if I recall correctly.”

    That is correct, Carin. It showed just how the “assisted suicide” can go off the rails. And rather quickly.

  99. I was trying to elevate the discussion beyond Kevorkian.

    oh, did using crayons ruin it?

  100. In the “quiet” cases, it’s not…..

    Actually, yes it is. That’s why it is kept quiet. If the truth came out in thjose cases, the doctro faces heavy criminal charges and would almost definitely lose hies or her license.

    That is the primary issue behind what Kevorkian did. He knew it was happening, but he thought it should not be considered a crime.

  101. He flaunted what he did, after being warned.

    Perhaps he did. I perceived it merely as an effort to bring the discussion to the forefront. Was he the very best candidate to do this? Probably not. But he at least got the dialog going and I think it’s one that should be continued.

  102. Aww, John Edwards is driving to Winston-Salem to turn himself in, so no one can get his perp walk on film.

    That’s ok, Breitbart can doctor a video up for us. Can’t he?

  103. oh, did using crayons ruin it?

    HAHA!

  104. Slicing thin.

    Morphine for pain management AS STATED, is different than dosing for death. Hospice never fears arrests.

  105. Maybe she’s just happy to see you.

    Too far?

    It ain’t fresh. It’s been smoldering there for years.

  106. Being in Detroit, I was rather bombarded with the story a lot. I mean, he “assisted” folks in the back of a van. What that a crime?

    A jury said yes.

  107. Was he the very best candidate to do this?

    Maybe. Did he offer coupons or promotional codes?

  108. I considered it then and now, a merciful act. Done quietly.

    Bless those doctors who have the compassion to assist.

  109. perceived it merely as an effort to bring the discussion to the forefront. Was he the very best candidate to do this? Probably not. But he at least got the dialog going and I think it’s one that should be continued.

    But, ironically, he may have turned the issue backwards by his ham-fisted manner.

  110. “Maybe. Did he offer coupons or promotional codes?”

    HAHAHAHA….most definitely!

  111. Morphine for pain management AS STATED, is different than dosing for death.

    How? Really? The only difference is the level of consciousness of the patient.

  112. Jewstin is en fuedo today!

  113. But, ironically, he may have turned the issue backwards by his ham-fisted manner.

    Have to respectfully disagree with you on that Carin:
    because of Kevorkian, we are discussing it here, as I’m am sure that others around the country are having this very conversation around thousands of watercoolers.

  114. Maybe. Did he offer coupons or promotional codes?

    Volume discounts….

  115. Jewstin is en fuedo today!

    fuedo?

  116. I mean, one of his “patients” was a 42 y/o male who had “fibromyalgia”.

  117. and don’t forget “Ladies Night”

  118. ♪Oh Yes It’s Ladies Night♫

    HA HA HA HA HA HA!

  119. But, Cyn, because of the manner he did it, those awful examples come to mind. It did it poorly. He helped depressed people (and mentally unstable folks) kill themselves.

    That, imo, doesn’t really help the “it can be done sensibly” argument.

  120. Can you imagine trying to release a movie like this today?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CVtsvIpJFTw

  121. The people who want what is best for the person who is in that situation but also for the person is is having to take care of that person.

    Suspiciously like the argument advanced by Michael Sciavo in regard to his wife Terry. Only he didn’t actually have the burden of taking care of her. It would have cramped his social calendar, seeing as he was busy dating and having children with other women, while his wife struggled to build a 13 word vocabulary. Both he and the judge who decided that it was compassionate to let her starve to death will have something to answer for.

    I’m not sure that the “terminal condition/immense pain” argument is a winner, either. Docs are permitted to exceed normal script limitations for patients in hospice, and in my profession, I have had occaision to visit people in hospice care a lot. There is effective pain managment and compassion and dignity to spare there.

  122. And he just left some of the bodies in motel rooms.

    As I said, I lived with this stuff for years from him.

    blech.

    No dignity in someone finding your body in a motel room.

  123. fuedo?

    It’s Norwegian. You can’t tell?

  124. Maybe he had a selection of Hallmark cards like this:

    Dear [INSERT GRANDCHILD’S NAME],

    I’ve gone to live on a farm in the country.

    Love,

    Grammy.

  125. Ha ha ha…

  126. You have a point, Carin. No doubt that there were some in the process that were, shall we say, questionable. Nevertheless, we hear the stories, and experience first-hand, the compassion with which it is done every day in hospitals everywhere to ease the suffering or the potential for suffering upon waking. Quietly. And that is the operative word. I only postulate that perhaps it needn’t be that way.

  127. Isn’t “assisted suicide” just another way of saying “conspiracy to commit murder?”

    There was a very, very weird case a few years ago in Germany where a fellow advertised online that he wanted to kill and eat someone. Would anyone like to volunteer? Sure enough, some guy did.

    The first fellow did indeed kill him, and ate parts of him….

  128. I mean, one of his “patients” was a 42 y/o male who had “fibromyalgia”.

    If we had a more mature and realistic attitude about end-of-life options, those sorts of things probably would not have occurred.

    I am not saying that Jack was a saint, but he did bring a subject out into the light that needed to be brought out.

  129. Carin, I left a response to you in the old poat that this POS stomped on. Just wanted to make sure you saw it:

    Carin, fight every single claim. That’s what we do, unless we have legitimately laid someone off due to lack of work.
    You have to have three written notifications of negligence acknowledged by the employee (signed) before you can fire someone without them automatically finding in the employee’s favor. (Except for crimes committed on the job, but then there have to be witnesses.)
    The agency is totally rigged in the employee’s favor, but I’ve beaten hundreds of claims.

  130. Maybe he had a selection of Hallmark cards like this:

    That was where he “got” ya.

  131. Okay, that last one earned me a special place in hell.

  132. OMG, my cat just marched in the door with a big old dead something or other. She’s marching it straight to her Erin.

    Meowing with her mouth full.

    Isn’t that cute?

  133. Dear [INSERT GRANDCHILD’S NAME],

    I’ve gone to live on a farm in the country.

    Love,

    Grammy.

    HAHAHAHAHAHA!

  134. My argument is simply Dr K did the movement no favors. I think more negatives were tied to the issue because of what he did. He assisted folks who were misdiagnosed/mentally ill. He demonstrated how assisted suicide could go completely wrong.

    And I personally think he was driven by a personal agenda, and not by compassion for his “patients.” I think he used many of them.

  135. There is a HUGE fucking difference between a doctor sliding a bit too much morphine into the IV line at the loving request of the family and a LAW fucking TELLING HIM TO.

    We do not memorialize killing the inconvenient in our laws.

  136. I did see that Hotspur.

    This chick,though. I mean, she QUIT. She had a new job, starting tomorrow. Ok. I guess. What are you going to do.

    ug.

  137. Suspiciously like the argument advanced by Michael Sciavo in regard to his wife Terry.

    Schiavo is scum as is the judge. That’s yet another example of why we need to have this discussion, as opposed to simply knowing it happens and looking the other way.

  138. There is a HUGE fucking difference between a doctor sliding a bit too much morphine into the IV line at the loving request of the family and a LAW fucking TELLING HIM TO.

    waitaminute here..

    At what point has anyone suggested requiring assisted suicide?

  139. If we had a more mature and realistic attitude about end-of-life options, those sorts of things probably would not have occurred.

    Or not. There are plenty of examples from our “enlightened” european cousins and their more mature and nuanced attitude on this that say otherwise.

  140. Carin, that is considered “Leaving to Accept.” All responsibility becomes that of the employer she quit you to go to work for. ALL

    You are off the hook.

  141. That’s yet another example of why we need to have this discussion, as opposed to simply knowing it happens and looking the other way.

    But we DO know it happens, and we DO look the other way. If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. A law that allows the killing of another is not a law I’m interested in having around our society. Yes, half-assed euthanasia happens. It happens in consultation with the family, the physicians, the nurses…. in other words, people who are on the ground and actually give a shit. “This document says he wants me to kill him and there ain’t shit you can do about it” or “Medicare’s going broke. Call the Einsatzgruppen” is fucking inevitable if we involve the law. Do you really fucking want Anthony “Little Tent Democrat” Weiner voting on the circumstances by which you snuff it? Really?

  142. waitaminute here..

    At what point has anyone suggested requiring assisted suicide?

    We’re talking about the government.

  143. If she left for another job Carin yall should be fine and completely off the hook

  144. I don’t need Kervorkian…. those boobs are gonna do me in for sure!

    Nice get Rosefella!

  145. Schiavo is scum as is the judge. That’s yet another example of why we need to have this discussion, as opposed to simply knowing it happens and looking the other way.

    They had the discussion. In open court. And her parents, who wanted the responsibility of taking care of their daughter were refused in favor of nothing more than the self-serving testimony of a husband who wanted to be relieved of his guilt. After testimony. After “carefully weighing the facts”.

    Once your mature discussion opens the door to legitimizing the practice, there WILL be abuse, and unlike the result in our legal system where innocent people are sometimes convicted, murders will not be occurring as a result of that abuse because it is the best option we have.

  146. It’s YOUR move, Guy.

    Sheesh

  147. Hahahaha

    That video at AoS is hillarious.

  148. Way to fuck up a BBF thread with a debate about Kavorkian and assisted suicide.

    *cuts self

  149. We’re talking about the government.

    We’re talking about getting the government OUT of the way when it comes to personal health decisions, not getting them more involved.

  150. *cuts self

    Cut deeper.

    Love,
    Jack

  151. *cuts self

    Need a little help?

  152. Here Rich, let me help you with that

    *turns vehicle on

    Come over here to this little pipe at the back of my van

  153. hahaha, gotta love the selflessness of the hostages

  154. murders will not be occurring as a result of that abuse because it is the best option we have.

    riiiiiiight…..

    I’m absolutely sure that no doctor has ever quietly worked with a family to help Rich Old Granny join the choir invisible for anything other than purely humanitarian reasons

  155. Cut deeper.
    Love,
    Jack

    HAHA!

  156. We’re talking about getting the government OUT of the way when it comes to personal health decisions, not getting them more involved.

    No, you’re not. You’re advocating (at least potentially) what Kevorkian did; i.e., a scheme that would allow assisted suicide. How would you anticipate that would come down? The government. Law. Your “Kill me” letter (living will or equivalent) would be subject to interpretation by the guy in the black robe that couldn’t get a job at the local personal injury firm.

    Fuck that.

  157. They had the discussion. In open court.

    Yes. I remember that mature discussion..

    That was not a circus at all……

  158. No matter what, there are always ALWAYS going to be people that abuse ANY system. Does that make the principle wrong??!

  159. Yes. I remember that mature discussion..

    That was not a circus at all……

    Agreed. See above about judges.

    Screw that shit. The mature discussion is held in the hallway. Quietly.

  160. penis

  161. Does that make the principle wrong??!

    We are talking about the principle of snuffing people, right?

  162. penis

    There’s your mature discussion, wiser.

  163. It’s YOUR move, Guy.

    – – – – – –

    I play on my iPad and forgot to bring it. You will have to wait for just a bit until my next formidable play.

  164. a scheme that would allow assisted suicide

    Potentially then, every hospital or hospice death would then have to be investigated for the possibility that a doctor over-medicated to hasten the death. But that is also wrong.

    Assisted death would not be an option for everyone, there’s no doubt of that. But for some who have had frank and open discussions with their family and their physicians, why not allow it to be an option for them.

  165. People aren’t animals. We don’t take them to the vet and give them the “Big Blue Shot”. I just wholeheartedly disagree, as I wholeheartedly disagree with the death penalty. The death of others is the purview of God alone. Yes, we can and do fuck around with it at the edges, but actively killing is wrong, and separates us from God, even in cases where it has to be done in self defense. Yes, shit happens and unfortunate decisions have to be made, but these hypothetical cases are not inclusive of that.

  166. Oh. My. God.

    Check out “My Dick in a Tweet” at Ace’s.

  167. Welcome to twenty minutes ago.

  168. Permission invites abuse. And it sure isn’t integral to this society to abuse what is permitted to the point of making it commonplace, now is it?

  169. Federal Reserve Broke, Except For Money For Queer Political Agitation Flag:
    http://tinyurl.com/42pruqs

  170. Welcome to twenty minutes ago.

    Noted that. Still, you have to admit, that’s pretty good for me.

  171. riiiiiiight…..

    I’m absolutely sure that no doctor has ever quietly worked with a family to help Rich Old Granny join the choir invisible for anything other than purely humanitarian reasons

    So the respoinse is to make it legal, and oh yeah, fuck that whole “first do no harm” bullshit? Why? Because its easier than prosecution and professional discipline?

  172. I should’ve played golf today, but Frau, *ahem*, frowned on that……

  173. No you’re right: people are not pets that get ‘put down’, and I agree with your position that God is the ultimate judge. But it is your point, “Yes, we can and do fuck around with it at the edges…”, that needs the continued discussion.

    Are we going to solve this debate here? Nope, and especially not when there’s bewbs :).

    The decision needs to be an individual one though, and I take umbrage not with others who may have differing opinions, but with the laws as they currently stand, especially when applied in those rare instances that assisted death or suicide is merciful.

  174. I like bewbs.

  175. Thing is, Cyn, that people don’t really “commit suicide”, and neither are they “murdered”, as it stands now. Pulling a respirator is “letting someone die”. Pulling nutrition from someone who can’t feed themselves is the same. “Overdoing the pain meds” is questionable, but you know it happens.

    But when someone actively says “kill me”, and I’ve seen it happen, and then you do it, you’ve crossed a moral line. I. Sure. As. Fuck. Don’t. Trust. my representative to Congress to define that line, to set up a scheme for some mother fucker who thinks he’s going to be Governor one day to interpret that line, or to otherwise fuck around with my life.

  176. Kvorkian should come back in a day or so and let us know how his talk with the Big Man went.

    *puts on asbestos lined suit*

  177. Exactly Herr! I dont’ want the government to draw that line for me, or anyone else for that matter.

  178. Here’s the article SoHos was talking about. I had sent it to her after reading it. It was an eye opener for me and worth the lengthy read.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/20/magazine/20pacemaker-t.html?pagewanted=1

    It’s only suspiciously like the Michael Sciavo case in the same way apples are suspiciously like oranges.

  179. The mature discussion is held in the hallway. Quietly.

    With the hopes that the wrong person doesn’t overhear your conversation and you all end up in court.

    Yep, that’s the best way to handle this sensitive topic. Behind closed doors and with the family members, who are already facing a very difficult and heart wrenching decision, with just one more tiny thing to consider and live with for the rest oft he lives.

    Orrrr, now go with me here, I’m just spitballing, mind you, we could remove the stigma attached to assisted suicide, recognize that it is already being practiced and perhaps work towards some sort of mature, rational solution to a problem that we all agree exists.

    Am I saying that there is no potential for abuse? Of course not. But to assume that this doesn’t already happen for the wrong reasons (see: Schiavo) is short-sighted and does not help those for whom it would absolutely be the best decision FOR THEM PERSONALLY.

    I’m sorry, but i think that just pretending this doesn’t happen (wink, wink) and prosecuting those who are unlucky enough to not be quiet enough is bad policy.

  180. Re: the quiet hallway or closed room, what happens when 3 out of 4 family members decide that assisting is the way to go, and the 4 decides after the fact to make a criminal complaint?

    I

  181. I propose a suicide czar chosen by Obamasiah to handle it on a case by case basis. Obviously voting records need to be stapled to all applications. I’m sure this would be best for everyone.

  182. Even so, I watched them lose control of their lives to a set of perverse financial incentives — for cardiologists, hospitals and especially the manufacturers of advanced medical devices — skewed to promote maximum treatment. At a point hard to precisely define, they stopped being beneficiaries of the war on sudden death and became its victims.

    Three words: Health. Care. Directive.

    Make one when competent and healthy, and you can avoid that situation.

    And anyone who thinks that I don’t have any idea what I’m talking about when it comes to what terminal illness can do to both its victim and the immediate family is invited to ask me how both my father and my grandfather died…when I’m in a mood to talk about it.

  183. …recognize that it is already being practiced and perhaps work towards some sort of mature, rational solution to a problem that we all agree exists

    Yes. Exactly.

  184. BiW, I’d like to see you comment on my post at Ace’s, also.

  185. It’s like a farking echo chamber in here.

    You conservatives marching in lockstep are creeping me out.

  186. And anyone who thinks that I don’t have any idea what I’m talking about when it comes to what terminal illness

    No one has insinuated that nor would we. This is not about your experiences.

    The thing about assisted suicide is that is a personal choice that is basically taken away from you and your loved ones by rule of law. Oh sure, it happens, but we just don’t talk about it in polite company. It’s unpleasant. Better for Grandpa to just go out into the woods and put a shotgun in his mouth quietly than to allow for people to have the option available to them to choose a more dignified and less violent way to end their suffering.

    Is it the right choice for everyone? Of course not. But to deny that choice to those for whom it is the right choice is cruel, in my opinion.

  187. You conservatives marching in lockstep are creeping me out.

    UNBELIEVER!!!! SHUN THE HERETIC!!!!!

  188. Obama keeps saying Win The Future! Where’s my tequila when I need it?

  189. It’s like a farking echo chamber in here.
    You conservatives marching in lockstep are creeping me out.

    Yannow, I was just thinking that. About these wingers, that is. Rush didn’t even tell them what to say in their arguments.

  190. Obviously voting records need to be stapled to all applications.

    nah, won’t matter. As soon as they are dead, they’ll all be voting Democrat.

  191. You conservatives marching in lockstep are creeping me out.

    *gives Carin the “naughty echo chambermaid treatment”*

  192. out these wingers, that is. Rush didn’t even tell them what to say in their arguments.

    That may be teh problem, J’ames. No one listened to Rush to find out what we’re supposed to Officially Feel ™ about this issues.

    loose shit, if you ask me.

  193. gives Carin the “naughty echo chambermaid treatment”*

    Ha ha haa …

  194. *hides EIB talking points memo out of Jay’s sight*

  195. I love it that Obama’s still claiming the economy is on the right track and that the unemployment numbers is just a blip.

    what an ass.

  196. Gopher is on Fox news

  197. This:

    “There are always bumps on the road to recovery, but the overall trajectory of the economy has improved dramatically over the past two years,” Goolsbee said in a statement.

    And this;

    “Creating jobs has been Democrats’ top priority since day one, and I am encouraged that the private sector is continuing to grow and add jobs,” Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) replied in his own statement. “Unfortunately, Republicans have been distracted, choosing instead to focus on their plan to end Medicare in order to pay for more tax breaks for millionaires. With families in Nevada and across America still struggling, it is time for Republicans to stop trying to force their plan to end Medicare on the American people, and work with Democrats to create jobs.”

    Ass. Hole.

  198. We drinking already Sohos? Count me in!

    *rolls out the margarita machine*

    Okay, who has the ice? We need ice! Stat!

  199. I love the way you think Tigress!

  200. The tiger is a bad influence.

  201. BiW, I’d like to see you comment on my post at Ace’s, also.

    I read it. Let me think on it for a bit with I actually do some work… although the idea of respondeat superior comes to mind as a basis in favor of the idea.

  202. Does that mean you’re going to stop playing with my hair, Carin? I might be persuaded to change if that’s the case.

  203. I’ll still play with your hair. But I don’t do happy hour until 5 pm. I’m firm on that.

  204. I like how Democrats have to measure economic gains on a trajectory and a chart. As opposed to actual results.

  205. I’ll still play with your hair. But I don’t do happy hour until 5 pm. I’m firm on that.

    *sneaks around to change all the clocks*

    Ohai!

  206. My grandpa used to say it’s always 5 o’clock somewhere.

  207. Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett said it too, little miss metalhead.

  208. So did my grandmother.

  209. *looks for subscription page to Granpa’s newsletter*

  210. >> Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett said it too, little miss metalhead.

    +1. Now pour me something tall and strong.

  211. Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett said it too, little miss metalhead.

    Yea, as if i’d know that.

    *turns up Chevelle

  212. Now pour me something tall and strong.

    – – – – –

    make it a Hurricane, before I go insane…

  213. I used to make a TON of Huricanes. It was the house drink of where I used to work.

  214. Then what are you waiting for?

  215. Car in – have you ever heard of the band Acroma? I love their music, check em out of Ytube – listen to Don’t Think Just Move first… then, Orbitals.

    everyone else look at this –

  216. I allowed myself a Margarita a couple of weekends ago. It was yummy. It was the first one I had had since 2008 when we went on our cruise.

  217. everyone else look at this –

    *bumps GMLand to top of “assisted suicide” list*

  218. Where is Cathy today? I am wearing the Texas t-shirt she gave me

  219. Carin, are you satisfied with the new location of your bush?

  220. *bumps GMLand to top of “assisted suicide” list*

    HAHAHAHA!
    http://is.gd/v1IIi7

  221. *bumps GMLand to top of “assisted suicide” list*

    – – – – – – – –

    HAHAHAHA – http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/gmland/makeitstop.jpg

  222. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Guy wins the interwebz!

  223. Did you guys know Michael Savage’s real name is Weiner?

  224. Michael Savage Weiner?

  225. everyone else look at this –

    Looks like xbrad finally has a chance to get lucky.

  226. HAHAHAHA – http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/gmland/makeitstop.jpg

    Want to discuss my cover theory some more?

  227. I have another example that goes against your cover theory.

  228. Want to discuss my cover theory some more?

    – – – – –

    Sure Wiser, when elephants fl………. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/gmland/etr.gif

  229. Michael Savage Weiner?

    *mustn’t…pick…low…fruit…*

  230. I have another example that goes against your cover theory.

    Don’t say James Taylor

  231. Sure Wiser, when elephants fl………. http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v489/gmland/etr.gif

    HAHAHAHA!!!

    Guy is banging them out oft he park today!

  232. I have another example that goes against your cover theory.

    Oh, SNAP!

    No, you DINT!

  233. I’m back. . .

    http://fwd4.me/033Q

  234. Whoever did the header: I’m buying the next three beers.

  235. You were gone?

  236. >> I am wearing the Texas t-shirt she gave me

    I remember that shirt.

    Wanna see where I live?

  237. Don’t say James Taylor

    Nope. The Band.

    Exhibit A- the Original Track, Baby Don’t You Do It by Marvin Gaye

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Bf3S6VpCZE

    Exhibit A – the Cover Track, Don’t Do It, by the Band.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=11Y987Uf1wY

    That video was taped in December 1971, and they continued until The Last Waltz in 1975.

  238. ^ and thus concludes today’s BBF celebration and assisted suicide telethon.

  239. Did everyone get a Hostages shirt in STL? Cuz I din’t.

    😦

  240. Marvin Gaye

    *fans self*

  241. Email Cathy, Hotspur! She will be upset to hear that you didn’t get one and will fix that pronto!

  242. I would rather discuss navel lint than cover songs.

  243. Hotspurt – Nobody likes you. Haven’t you guessed by now?

  244. Maybe Michael told her she couldn’t give one to me. He’s pretty insecure when I’m around.

  245. Nope. The Band.

    BWAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!

    Oh, you’re serious?

    okay.

    You win.

  246. Carin, are you satisfied with the new location of your bush?

    Oh, I need to go check and see if it’s wet enough ….

  247. Point to it Dave. I love this shirt and I got it when I was in CT. *Dare I ask* What is the “Cover Theory” Wiserbud?

  248. *thud

  249. Oh, I need to go check and see if it’s wet enough ….

    – – – – –

    I just ovulated…

  250. YO.

    It’s a beautiful day. I have work to do but the walk-in biz is dead.

    I want to tell the boss I have SIDS and go home.

  251. Sohos.DO.NOT.ENCOURAGE.HIM.

  252. It’s cuz you’re so tall and handsome Hotspur

  253. *thud

    (I can say it twice if I want, WordCock.)

  254. I’m a little teapot, short and stout
    here is my handle, here is my spout. . .

  255. well, sohos, it’s like this…..

    Oh, hi there…….OW OW OW OW OW OW STOP KICKING ME I WASN’T GONNA I SWEAR OW OW OW ….

    yannow, sometimes it really sucks living so close to lauraw

  256. Oh, I need to go check and see if it’s wet enough ….

    Just. Wow.

    I am SOOOOOO rooming with you at teh next meatup.

  257. >> Point to it Dave

    Well, I live “here”. But I grew up over “here”.

  258. Um. Hi. Woke up at 10:30 this morning. Needed the crash-time. Crazy, crazy other life.

    Skimmed commentary. Love and miss chatting here. Wish I could participate.

    Wearing short summer dress (almost 100 degrees here) and scooting out to run errands and go see PattyAnn.

    Hotspur, I’m sorry. I THOUGHT you had a Hostages shirt. Very sorry. I’ll mail you one pronto after I email you to confirm address and size. MK? Anybody else I missed? Lemme know — via email is best.

    Thanks for thinking of me Sohos. Hugs. I LOVE that T-shirt. Good fun!

  259. Have a margarita with us Laura.

    It’s free and it don’t cost nuthin’.

  260. Well, I live “here”. But I grew up over “here”.

    Wait, but you said you grew up small towns….

    they don’t look that small to me….

  261. Thanks, LadyBug.

    *flips off Chief

  262. I am SOOOOOO rooming with you at teh next meatup.

    – – – – – – –

    well hell, now I’ve gone cross eyed….. momma said that was gonna happen.

  263. >> small towns

    Yeah, but this map isn’t flat like most maps

  264. well, sohos, it’s like this…..

    hahahahaha shit that means I missed a fantastic Wiserbud soapbox? I miss all the fun! Cathy please give PA our love

  265. I want to tell the boss I have SIDS and go home.

    I know your boss. I’m pretty sure she would buy that.

  266. Yay! Thanks for the link Wiserbabe! lol @ Dave

  267. Sohos, start here: http://michaelscomments.wordpress.com/2010/08/27/please-make-it-so/

    And then never. Mention it. Again.

    Dear Sweet Jesus.

    We might have the W’buds over on Sunday and if that topic even gets mentioned SOMEBODY is going to meet all the goldfish in my pond real personal-like.

  268. Yay! Thanks Layra. Have a Margarita with us

  269. Yeah, but this map isn’t flat like most maps

    looks more like two globes stuffed into a small sock…

  270. Dear Sweet Jesus.

    *has flashback to the patio scene with Andy*

    HAHAHAHA! I’m crying over here.

  271. I know he was banned and everything, but if anyone is interested, Dick’s son, Donny, is now officially a United States Navy Sailor. Head on over to UP if you want to extend your congratulations; Dick flew out of DFW a couple of days ago to attend Donny’s graduation ceremony.

  272. Better take your snorkel, wiser.

  273. We might have the W’buds over on Sunday and if that topic even gets mentioned SOMEBODY is going to meet all the goldfish in my pond real personal-like.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EQ8ViYIeH04

  274. That Saturday night argument was epic. Wiser completely lost his voice the next day.

    So Sunday was kinda peaceful and stuff.

  275. Oh man, a margarita sounds fantastic.

  276. So Sunday was kinda peaceful and stuff.

    I know lauraw enjoyed the peace and quiet the next day. And the next night. And the next morning….

  277. Honestly, I have never known anyone to talk/argue so much they actually damaged their vocal cords. Uncredible.

  278. Oh man, a margarita sounds fantastic.

    blender is all chilled down…..

  279. YOU FUCKING COCK

  280. HAHAHAHAHA!

  281. Try a margarita made with citrus vodka instead of tequila sometime. We called it the “Moscow Margarita”. My wife loves em, cuz she hates tequila.

  282. YOU FUCKING COCK

    BWAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!

  283. I’m at work so all I can do it hit the crack pipe in the parking lot.

  284. I’m going to make an empty skin sack out of you and use it to carry chicken shit!!!

  285. Got a linky for that Jay? I love vodka and tequila, really, makes me do things that I don’t remember for the next two days. Also, tequila hangovers hurt–bad.

  286. Suddenly leopardw is all in favor of assisted suicide……..

  287. oh, man, I have tears in my eyes and my sides hurt……..

    cover song discussion ain’t sounding all that horrible right about now, huh?

  288. leopardw

    *changes mind about rooming with Carin*
    *gives leopardw the licked finger-to the eyebrow-fingergun thing*

  289. RARRRR

  290. This is the best BBF evar!

  291. RAAARRRRR

  292. HAHAHA! Excellent avatard change!

  293. Cyn, just substitute vodka for tequila in your favorite margarita recipe. Citrus flavored works best.

  294. C’mere leopardwoman.

    *grabs tail, watches as it breaks off in my hand; looks around quick for duct tape before anyone notices, grins sheepishly*

  295. I is fiercest leppard!!
    RAR

  296. Aw, losing my tail makes me hungry.

    Got any roaches?

  297. As many as you need, I get them for you. Mee-oow!

  298. it’s funny how that tail keeps wiggling like that, ain’t it?

  299. *runs up wall of Cyn’s laundry room and eats a centipede*

    Oh so much better

  300. It’s a wiggly little sucker!

  301. *picks up leopardlaura, holds her, loves her, pets her, squeezes her*
    *backs off on the squeezie after seeing her eyes bulge a wee bit*

  302. I like all the little legs. Gotta tell you, I’m a leg girl.

  303. *releases a bunch more centipedes*

  304. Brad, after reading the comments on that thread, I’m not sure there is anything I could add.

  305. WOOO HOOOO!

  306. It’s a wiggly little sucker!

    I thought the Weinergate discussion was over at Ace’s place?

  307. http://sweasel.com/archives/7576

    Very interesting. I did not know this stuff.

  308. wow.

    who left these toads lying around here? And why are they all wet… like someone’s been licking them or something….

  309. Thanks, BiW. I haven’t read all the comments at Ace’s yet.

  310. Thanks for the linky laura. He was quite a twisted fellow. Did not know some of that either.

  311. Ironic – Dr. Death killed the poat.

  312. *takes a dump behind Cyn’s washing machine*

    *bored and not very hungry, decides to slowly torture a centipede for shits and giggles*

  313. Why is there a spotted frog in my martini glass, and where did all these bats come fr…FUCK! AIYEEEE!!!

  314. Seriously, the margarita thing? Perfect.

    You gotta see the weather here. Gorgeous.

    I want my glass rimmed with sugar instead of salt.

  315. I want my glass rimmed with sugar instead of salt.

    Coming right up!

  316. *opens door to laundry room to check on my new love, gags*

  317. *cue’s Def Lepard tune

  318. I just finished that thread…holy shitballs!

  319. Life is awesome today.

    With all the DOOM economic news, right now is like when the roller coaster is peaking and you start to get that view of the slope down.

    *puts both hands in the air and commences shrieking*

  320. http://fwd4.me/0344

  321. So we go to a retirement luncheon today for the guy who originally trained Mr. TiFW when he was a fresh, new college graduate. Lots of folks who started out working together, and who then went on to different areas of the company all received e-mails from the people who planned this lunch, and many of them showed up at the restaurant.

    Unfortunately, everybody assumed that someone else had informed the guest of honor about the lunch…..

    So we took pictures, and will no doubt joke with him for years to come about what a shame it was that he missed his really swell retirement party –

  322. RAARRRR MCPO!

  323. *tackles Dave, gives him the ‘rimmed with sugar’ *

  324. That would be awful.

    Did I say awful? I meant the old meaning, full of awe.

    WINNING

  325. I’m not going to be happy now without a margarita. It is hot as blue blazes here. My car read 112 earlier today.

  326. Texas Summer 2011 just emailed me: “HI DAVE. HERE A LITTLE EARLY. GONNA BE FUCKIN WITH YOU UNTIL LATE SEPT. BYE!!!”

  327. I got the same damn email Dave. My Vitamin D pills are sticking together INSIDE!

  328. Speaking of being at the top of the roller coaster, guess what just opened in my neck of the woods (and what I absolutely WILL NOT be trying out…..):

    This new super hybrid boasts a state-of-the-art track of steel fabrication, with the steepest drop of any wooden coaster in the world at 79°. The lift hill is 10 feet taller than the original Texas Giant.

    http://www.sixflags.com/overTexas/rides/TexasGiant.aspx

    We saw a “preview” of this at the movie theater last weekend – CRIKEY!!!!!!

  329. I miss Astroworld and The Texas Cyclone.

  330. I just finished that thread…holy shitballs!

    I’m right, aren’t I?

  331. That’s what you get for snickering at us frozen Yankees in March.

    JUSTICE, BEETCHES

  332. I got a bad case of swamp nuts.

  333. I’m right, aren’t I?

    Aren’t you always????

  334. I just finished that thread…holy shitballs!

    You should see it live……

  335. I got a bad case of swamp nuts.

    I prefer beer nuts

  336. That’s what you get for snickering at us frozen Yankees in March.

    JUSTICE, BEETCHES

    Seconded!

  337. *raises glass in toast to Sohos*

  338. Sup, people. You all look slightly different.

  339. JUSTICE, BEETCHES

    hahahaha! Poor, sweet Lizzard….I will take 115 degree weather for 3 months over the frozen tundra bullshit ya damn Yankees deal with from Oct-April.

  340. *looks down smugly at all of you from the chaise lounge by the pool with a margarita from the dry heat of the SW Cabal HQ*

  341. *raises glass in toast to Sohos*

    Hang on Tigress….Dave! Where’s ma drank?

  342. I wait for you Sohos!

  343. *slides you a marg and a beersicle

  344. *Tazes Dave*

  345. **sets fire to Dave**

    **pushes DaveinPool**

  346. *lounging in tiny chaise next to Cyn’s, all smug with a cockroach margarita*

  347. Ooops…sorry Dave *mumbles out of the room sumthin’ ’bout the heat and all

  348. Break time from painting………

    Dr. gives her a heavy sedative and removes the oxygen.

    This is exactly “an assist”. A merciful one at that and many doctors would not have done it.

    The dose by itself was not enough to kill anyone. Put them in a slumber, but not dead. Taking away the oxygen sped up the inevitable.

  349. **sets fire to Dave**

    That’s redundant son he lives in Tejas

  350. *smiles down sweetly to my new love pet wtih the duct taped tail; clinks glasses*

  351. I keep tellin ya you don’t have to push me. I find it without help.

    *rubs tazed swamp nuts*

  352. CHEERS Tigress & Lizzard!!!!!

  353. Cyn lots of people take pain medication, are they seriously just trying to kill themselves?

    Of course not. My father took pain medication to manage pain.

    Pain management and death are different.

  354. I will take 115 degree weather for 3 months over the frozen tundra bullshit ya damn Yankees deal with from Oct-April.

    2nd’d, 3rth’d, and 4th’d

  355. Yay! Toast with Sohos and LeopardW!

  356. Kevorkian?

    http://tinyurl.com/5e9rqe

  357. Don’t worry. It will grow back.

  358. *smiles down sweetly to my new love pet wtih the duct taped tail; clinks glasses*

    Opulence.

    I has it.

  359. Kevorkian?
    http://tinyurl.com/5e9rqe

    HAHA!

  360. So, we’ve got Tiger Cyn, and Leopardw…

    Which of the Hostagettes is gonna be the cougar?

    RAWR!

  361. Here’s the e-mail I sent him:

    Dear Bill,

    Just wanted to let you know what a great time we had at your retirement luncheon today – it’s too bad you missed it; you would have had a GREAT time!

    Oh, well – I guess after all this time with this crew – a.k.a. “The Gang That Couldn’t Shoot Straight” – you might have known that something like this would happen…..

    Hope you enjoy retirement! And I hope you like the missile the group cobbled together for you – it’s made from the finest scrap lumber and spare PVC those guys could find. Nothing but the best for you, dude!

    Love to you and Jeannie, and here’s hoping that you have many wonderful years together –

  362. I will take 115 degree weather for 3 months over the frozen tundra bullshit ya damn Yankees deal with from Oct-April.

    But I go to Florida in Feb and Mar! FTW!!!!

  363. The first fellow did indeed kill him, and ate parts of him…

    Filleted him right up, on video, and packaged him nicely for his freezer. He supposedly became a vegetarian in prison.

    Oh, and I’m pretty sure Schiave got the insurance on his wife.

  364. I think Cougar Carin sounds nice? Puma PJM?

  365. Oh, and I’m pretty sure Schiave got the insurance on his wife.

    He did. He was a disgusting pig. Her parents were perfectly willing to take over her care…….even without the insurance money from the malpractice suit/settlement.

    That case tore me up.

    So, what’s on the agenda for this afternoon?

  366. So, I made the mistake and answered my phone. It was work asking me how my vacation was and if I could pretty please come in to work a few hours earlier. I asked, “who called in?”…….oh it’s not that, they just have too many cake orders.

    Nice. There is one decorator who can’t do anything for shnitz, and two new decorators who have no experience decorating.

    So, sohos, you would recommend working with a handsy, chase you down for a pinch husband? *debating becoming husband’s secretary though I think his idea of what a secretary should do and my idea are two totally different things*

  367. sohocelot

  368. Legally, I don’t think the state has any business intervening in the “assisted suicide” issue unless the circumstance start to approach murder.

    Morally, the issue is more complex for me. God appoints the time and circumstances for our death according to His will. There are times when healing is possible, and times when doctors and family just need to get out of the way and submit to the will of God.

    My Mom’s last surgery for cancer was brief. The surgical team opened her up, took a quick look at all the incipient tumors they had not expected, did a collective “Oh shit” and closed without even removing the tissue they were after. Mom never knew that they had basically quit without doing anything. It was just pain management after that, and she passed on within a week.

  369. *debating becoming husband’s secretary though I think his idea of what a secretary should do and my idea are two totally different things*

    Yes, Do it!

  370. Sohos?

    http://tinyurl.com/29qc8uj

  371. hahaha, I can’t imagine what his idea of a secretary would be…hhhhhmmmmm

  372. Fellow H2’ers please tell me this is the end of Republican support for this douche:

    http://tinyurl.com/3ekbzpj

  373. So, what’s on the agenda for this afternoon?

    I don’t know about the rest of you boogers, but I am going to finish painting the bay and then make me and my pigs dinner.

  374. I seriously cannot stand McCain, Romney and Huckabee.

    and don’t get me started on Lindsey Graham …..his face bugs me bad.

  375. I have a good cat name for beasn.

    Lyxn

  376. Beasn, you really should change your avatar. It is so frickin’ misleading it’s making me gag.

  377. I don’t know about the rest of you boogers, but I am going to finish painting the bay and then make me and my pigs dinner.

    color?

  378. Seriously, has Romney gone insane? What?

    Who the flip is he trying to pander to?

  379. “It is so frickin’ misleading it’s making me gag.”

    That’s why it’s a great avatar!

  380. I’m with Michael. I despise unpleasant, misleading avatars.

  381. The thing about Romney is that he offers proven executive competence. He was a hard-core turnaround exec, a star at Bain Capital, and saved the Utah Winter Olympics.

    OK, so he’s also a flip-flopper, but give the guy a break. He was a Republican governor with an overwhelmingly Democrat legislature in Massachusetts, the most liberal state in the Union. The fact that he got elected in the first place is what matters.

  382. I seriously cannot stand McCain, Romney and Huckabee.

    DITTO!

  383. Michael, are you being sarcastic?

    None of that matters if he’s going to Romneycare MA….which he did, or leave us with the bill for his stupid global warming beliefs.

    It’s idiotic.

  384. That’s why it’s a great avatar!

    Nah. Her avatar should be something like Tinkerbell.

    Or Little Orphan Annie.

  385. Being a republican in an overwhelming democrat state tells me you’ve compromised your principles…..like Romney and Brown.

  386. I like her avatar. Beasn is feisty and don’t take no crap. It’s perfect for her.

    Oh and by the way, I’m a twat and a liberal troll on Big Journalism because I said, “what on earth is a tradgey?” in response to this actual title.

    “Newsweek: Joplin Tradgey Sign of Climate Change to Come”

    hahahaha, come on. I can understand a typo in the story, but in the title?

  387. heh.. email circulating among the AoS co-bloggers: “So, who wants to do the Romney suicide post?”

  388. “I seriously cannot stand McCain, Romney and Huckabee.”

    Triple ditto.

  389. Being a republican in an overwhelming democrat state tells me you’ve compromised your principles…..like Romney and Brown.

    Exactly. Their principles and their souls.

  390. “heh.. email circulating among the AoS co-bloggers: “So, who wants to do the Romney suicide post?””

    Dave, I’ll give you ten bucks if you do it! No serious conservative likes Romney (Hewitt is goofier than anyone here).

  391. heh.. email circulating among the AoS co-bloggers: “So, who wants to do the Romney suicide post?”

    Yeah, seriously. What possessed that guy?

  392. Oh one of us will do it (not me, no time today). That’s a huge deal-breaker for Mitt.

  393. I have a good cat name for beasn.

    Lyxn

    HAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

    genius

  394. hahahaha…Good for you PJM!

  395. I can understand some level of compromise as a governor in a deep blue state. But if he wants to be the GOP nom for 2012, that should be a key point of his run, “look, there’s only so much a Republican can do to shift MA to the right”

    Not “well, I’ll listen to what is most important to my nationwide base, then make pronouncements in opposition to that”

  396. There’s a fairly new Romney post up already though.

  397. SoHos at the shop

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

  398. “That’s a huge deal-breaker for Mitt.”

    I’d like to hear why you guys think he’s going goofy?

    I’m pretty curious.

  399. Yeah, I think Drew is goin “D’OH”

    Heh. Well he has a point, Politifact was sayin Romney’s a liar for saying 40% when it was really just 38%.

    2% points! What a fuckin liar!!

    But it doesn’t matter now.

  400. “Sohos at the shop”

    I want to work there it looks like fun.

    The employees and owner make out all the time, lots of cussing, and no doubt drinking after hours on premises.

  401. I read a pretty good article regarding politofact or whatever the hell it is today regarding the claim that Texas has created more jobs in the last 10 years than every other state combined. They had to go way out of their way to deem that statement kinda true or whatever the truthometer bullshit is.

  402. None of that matters if he’s going to Romneycare MA….which he did, or leave us with the bill for his stupid global warming beliefs.

    First of all, it’s not Romneycare. It’s MassCare. That legislation came from the Massachusetts legislature with veto-proof supermajority support in both houes and widespread public support. He threatened to veto it in order to win some concessions, and got them, but at the end of the day a veto by him would have been a token gesture.

    Second, Romney has made it clear that he does not support anything like that at the federal level, and thinks Obamacare should be repealed. He is a zealous advocate for state’s rights. If Massachusetts or California or New Jersey want to flirt with socialism, that is their prerogative and they can suffer the consequences. If Texas wants to be a hard-core red state and gain jobs and population, so be it.

    Romney says, and I agree, that the federal government should stay out of this contest and not try to migrate every social issue to a national bureaucracy in D.C.

    I mean, why the fuck is the Department of Agriculture running a Food Stamp program that feeds 45 million people? What does that have to do with agriculture? Why is the federal Department of Education involved in a massive program to provide free breakfasts and lunches to kids? Isn’t is the job of the fucking parents to put some Cheerios on the table and pack a lunch? Not to mention the pointless free babysitting program (Head Start) that has been proven to accomplish nothing!!!

    Why does HUD even exist?!?!?!?!? Did the Founding Fathers create this nation so that is could be a slumlord?

    Don’t get me started.

  403. after hours = 8am

  404. I think there needs to be another Romney poat, ripping him a new asshole.

  405. I posted that on my facechimp earlier as well Mare. Who in his campaign thought that would be a good talking point in THIS of all republican campaigns should be swabbed for liberalitis. His suicide was swift and unassisted. He will not be missed.

  406. I think this:

    http://is.gd/guXpZi

    would work for beasn’ new avatar, don’t you?

  407. after hours = 8am

    HAHAHAHAHAHA

    I didn’t want to imply you were dangerous….hahahahahaha

    Michael…If you want Romney, you can have him. He’s a mess and he’s going down.

  408. Don’t get me started.

    awwwwwww, that’s too bad. I was just gonna.

  409. Romney + Gingrich = http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qzfuqbOEqnU

  410. My mom and I disagreed about her DNR. I refused to witness it before her surgery. She went into renal failure and was in a coma for 2 months. I was given medical power of attorney and she did not have a current DNR on file. She coded several times and if it had been left to her she would be dead. She finally thanked me for not ” pulling the plug” a few months ago.

  411. It’s a very clear signal that Mitt’s career is over when he starts doing covers of Obama.

  412. Scratch what I said Beasn. ; )

    *plots revenge against Count*

  413. Oslo, I’m glad it worked out so great for you. And honestly, I’ve heard that before.

    No doubt, for most, it’s a very tough call.

  414. No offense Michael, I can see you have some favor with him. But, with that admission – he lost me and likewise I’m sure a multitude of others that have just lost all patience with this Global Warming BS and all its connotations.

    Associating yourself with that man made GW crowd is the conservative kiss o’ death. He should have known better. There were 200 people in that room that he was apparently pandering to and didn’t have the foresight to think that perhaps he should have bitten his tongue on the matter?

  415. At least Pawlenty (who I’m luke warm over) is trying to SAY the right things.

  416. “It’s a very clear signal that Mitt’s career is over when he starts doing covers of Obama.”

    HAHAHAHAHA

    For a non attender that finally makes all the conversations about your discussion of covers funny.

  417. She finally thanked me for not ” pulling the plug” a few months ago.

    WOW! That’s an amazing story oso. would not want to be put in that position. So glad it worked out. Being Catholic, I’ll stay till the bitter end.

    It’s a very clear signal that Mitt’s career is over when he starts doing covers of Obama.
    HAHAHAHA! Please, please no quoting Billie Jean King, ok?

  418. See, after four years of watching Obama play golf and fumble the economy, the Gulf crisis, and make himself a laughingstock in foreign affairs, voters are looking for something better.

    “Better” does not necessarily mean conservative ideological purity for one’s entire career. “Better,” in my opinion, means somebody who has actually proven he can Get Shit Done at the executive level, repeatedly, under difficult circumstances.

    Which basically means somebody who understands what drives the spreadsheet, and knows how to hire the right people.

  419. Which basically means somebody who understands what drives the spreadsheet, and knows how to hire the right people.

    – – –

    Cain?

  420. Michael, what do you think about Perry?

    I can’t remember if it was Sohos or Cathy who had reservations based on his past connections to a mainstream dem.

  421. For a non attender that finally makes all the conversations about your discussion of covers funny.<

    Actually, that conversation goes waaaay back before the meetup…….

  422. MIchael, I’m really not a conservative purist…really, but Global Warming? Come on!

  423. I like Perry

  424. I believe it’s an IB thread, no?

  425. “Actually, that conversation goes waaaay back before the meetup…….”

    I know, and I’m still not sure if you’re for or against covers….hahahahahahaha

  426. LOOK AT THAT! IT’S 6 O’CLOCK.

  427. “Right away, a girl in my class named Susan Williams who’d come out to California from New York asked me if I wanted to play. Of course I did.” Billie Jean, pg 42

  428. No, Clintbird, that pic is too sultry. Beasn needs an avatar that goes with her wide-eyed innocent look.

    Maybe this.

  429. I’m ootta here, have a great weekend, eh.

  430. I believe it’s an IB thread, no?

    Ayup.

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

    I’m still not sure if you’re for or against covers….hahahahahahaha

    See, it’s not about the quality of the cover. I have nothing against covers at all. That’s where people tend to get themselves confused…..

  431. Michael, what do you think about Perry?

    I can’t remember if it was Sohos or Cathy who had reservations based on his past connections to a mainstream dem.

    Yeah, he’s an OK conservative, but an Austin good ole boy. The Tea Partiers don’t respect him. No reason to expect him to be different from McCain in D.C.

  432. Beasn?

    http://tinyurl.com/3vs88ww

  433. later, guy.

  434. I’ll have to check Acroma on itunes, Guy. They sound kinda cool.

  435. Beasn?

    That works. It reflects her personality perfectly and bambi has short hair.

  436. As far as I can tell the possible Country Club candidates are Romney, Gingrich, and maybe Giuliani. Of them I’d easily favor Romney.

    He was my second choice last time around when it became clear that teh Fred was half-assing it. Mostly because of his business chops. If congress can keep his other ideas contained I think he would be great for the economy.

    Given that there will be others in the race who aren’t in the round-robin selection pool, he won’t be my first choice this time either.

    All I’m saying is that Romney isn’t the worst of the Republican field.

  437. Ayup.

    I’m still dying from the shame of you authoring a successful thread at IB.

    I thought we were better than that.

  438. I’m still dying from the shame of you authoring a successful thread at IB.

    Just imagine…. had I put it here, it would have all been forgotten in minutes.

    Which reminds me…. today’s BBF model is smoking hawt!!!

  439. I am the only registered Republican in my huge Hispanic family. In 2008, they were pushing McCain as “someone they could vote for”. They all voted straight ticket. Even after the voter fraud in the NM democrat primaries. This year, they are filling my inbox with Romney crap. I am giving T-Paw a second look after what he said in Iowa and Florida. (Thanks Mare and PJ about the DNR)

  440. Oh, I am so downloading a few of their albums.

  441. I thought we were better than that.

    heh heh heh…..

    bzzzzzzzt!

  442. Ha! I’m not much of a Primus fan, CB, but I hear the bass player is supposed to be amazing.

  443. And a little melody for the late, great SoS Cat:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r4OhIU-PmB8&feature=related

  444. Michael, go post something at IB you lazy bastard.

  445. Michael, go post something at IB you lazy bastard.

    Or I will……

  446. Carin, some of their stuff, aside from being damn good guitar stuff, is funnier than all get out.

  447. Hmm. I think I found a BBF candidate. Can I still claim one of Rosetta’s absentee dates?

  448. Hmm. I think I found a BBF candidate. Can I still claim one of Rosetta’s absentee dates?

    Well, you would be the first.

    I think we also need some of our newer members to step up to the plate. Who hasn’t done one yet?

  449. SOHOS!!! you wanna do a BBF post (please choose yourself….)?

  450. This post is still going with almost 500 comments? Somebody do a new one stat!

  451. Of course you can Jewstin

  452. July 8th is my Birthday so I could do that one. Not with myself.

  453. *hides*

  454. July 8th is my Birthday so I could do that one. Not with myself.

    awwwwwwwwww………….

    Okay, anyone else then?

  455. *hides*

    chicken.

    What about J’ames?

  456. I like little ones. (don’t tell HotBride I said that.)

  457. Marshall Dillion has died.

  458. Can we have J’ames use Sohos as the BBF model?

  459. Hotspur, I think MCPO did a BBF with starving Ethiopian chicks so there is precedent.

  460. MIchael, I’m really not a conservative purist…really, but Global Warming? Come on!

    I am NOT a Romney fan, but remember, he is for state’s rights. That means he can possess stupid ideas personally and he will still refrain from shoving them down everybody’s throats on a federal level.

    I respectfully propose to you that willful adherence to the Constitution and a strong belief in the rule of law is a kind of conservative purity that transcends strict issue-oriented ideology.

    We’re not in this mess because people have stupid ideas. We’re in this mess because people with stupid ideas are BREAKING THE LAW to impose them on us.

  461. awwwwwwwwww………….

    Okay, anyone else then?

    Well if sohos won’t do it with herself……….I’ll do a post with sohos.

  462. I’m game to do a BBF
    What date?

  463. I’m not a good judge of these things – and I hate listening to this guy spouting his Marxist BS – but is the Bamster “functionally drunk” and/or medicated in this clip from today?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=Hj2a1VVJPHY

  464. I’d prefer to see someone else elected President, but if the choice comes down to Romney or Obama, that’s a no brainer.

  465. What date?

    I’ll do next week since I brought it up.

  466. Romney is unelectable…

  467. A ultra high speed new poat is up to safisfy those who value speed over substance. You’re welcome.

  468. But, with that admission – he lost me and likewise I’m sure a multitude of others that have just lost all patience with this Global Warming BS and all its connotations.

    OK, let’s break this down.

    Romney says the planet has been warming lately. That’s true.

    Romney says that humans have contributed to global warming (largely through CO2). That’s true. The only debate is about whether the slight rise in CO2 has contributed significantly top planetary warming. There is no evidence to believe this.

    Romney says that the U.S. should not be suckered by countries like China, India and Brazil into crippling our economy with CO2 regulation while they get a free pass. That’s true.

    Look the real issue here is not global warming — it’s energy security and stopping the flow of trillions of dollars to unstable countries that don’t like us very much. The energy math is simple — as things currently stand, the U.S. is not going to be secure in the near future, which forces us into a massive military presence to defend our supply lines and prop up repulsive regimes (the Saudi Royal Family).

    But, North America (Canada, Mexico, and the U.S. together) pretty much have what we need right now. We have fossil fuels in abundance (Mexican and U.S. offshore oil, Canadian gas and tar shale, plus the U.S. is the most coal-rich country on the planet).

    Long-term, we’ll need alternative energy sources. More nuclear power for example. Continued research into hydrogen.

    My point being — who cares if Mitt got suckered by the global warming alarmists and now has to walk back?

    After Obama, what I care about is an executive who understands an Excel spreadsheet, gets the basics of business, and knows how to make really tough decisions and hire good people.

    Romney is the only guy who has shown he can do that in the real world. The rest of the field are politicians that are all show.

    I love Sarah Palin, but she could not finish one term as governor. Hello?

  469. I think I”ll take July 1st BBF.

  470. I will really do the July 8th BBF

  471. Good gawd, is rosetta never coming back?

    Should I have read this post?

  472. Just imagine…. had I put it here, it would have all been forgotten in minutes.

    And now, the Cover Song Theory™ is a legend. Thanks to IB.

    Plus, Andy will go to his deathbed content, knowing that he pwned you with country artists and graphs on a brick wall.

  473. “…willful adherence to the Constitution”

    Then any government mandated health care is out and global warming crap is out too. Real believers put our country at risk keeping us dependent on the douchebags.

  474. “My point being — who cares if Mitt got suckered by the global warming alarmists and now has to walk back?”

    I care, what else will he get suckered into believing and/or be weak principled on?

    McCain…..pfffffffffttttttt his wife (who holds the purse strings) told that asshole what to think. Her commercials for same sex marriage are embarrassing. I think her fat daughter did them too.

  475. “Romney says the planet has been warming lately. That’s true.
    Romney says that humans have contributed to global warming (largely through CO2). That’s true”

    They think they may have an ice age coming. Hence the pr change to “climate change” I think Michael is playing with us. He would never say anything that stupid on purpose.

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