Big Boob Friday™

Good day, fap fans!!!  This might be the last edition of BBF iffin North Carolina doesn’t have the interwebs. It’s pretty backass country, but it can’t be worse than Floriduh, amiright? Let’s also thank Jay for not embarrassing himself too much last week. Really nice job, Jay. I was shocked at the boobiness of it all.

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I wrote this song while also writing the season 4 ending of Breaking Bad. It’s really difficult being this talented…almost as difficult as being shipped halfway across the world to kill terrorists…ten times. Shifty looking road block? Try writers block. Now that’s really hard, especially if you don’t actually write your own books. We struggle, Hostages. We struggle like TFG and the men he half heartedly sends to their deaths.

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Everything that is old is new again. Today we revisit a blog favorite, Ms. Keeley Hazel. Since we last saw Ms. Hazel, she’s gone on to get her PhD in neuropsychology from Oxford and is currently defending her thesis among her peers. Just kidding. She’s still showing her tits for cash. Who’s more intelligent? She is.

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MJ, is that you behind me?

MJ, is that you behind me?

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And now for the least favorite, yet most clicked part of the poat: The Test™.

314 – Silvester I begins his reign as Pope of the Catholic Church, succeeding Pope Miltiades.

1504 – France cedes Naples to Aragon.

1747 – The first venereal diseases clinic opens at London Lock Hospital.

1801 – John Marshall is appointed the Chief Justice of the United States. (Marshall Stack)

1849 – Corn Laws are abolished in the United Kingdom pursuant to legislation in 1846.

1865 – American Civil War: The United States Congress passes the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, abolishing slavery and submits it to the states for ratification.

1915 – World War I: Germany is the first to make large-scale use of poison gas in warfare in the Battle of Bolimów against Russia.

1930 – 3M begins marketing Scotch Tape.

1949 – These Are My Children, the first television daytime soap opera is broadcast by the NBC station in Chicago.

1950 – President Harry S. Truman announces a program to develop the hydrogen bomb.

1958 – James Van Allen discovers the Van Allen radiation belt. (fat person on shaking belt)

1990 – The first McDonald’s in the Soviet Union opens in Moscow.

1995 – President Bill Clinton authorizes a $20 billion loan to Mexico to stabilize its economy.

2010 – Avatar becomes the first film to gross over $2 billion worldwide.

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I'll visit you in NC, MJ.

I’ll visit you in NC, MJ.

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Cleavage and dat gap. I suspect airbrushing of dat gap.

Cleavage and dat gap. I suspect airbrushing of dat gap.

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Something frilly, MJ?

Something frilly, MJ?

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I hurt my arm. Kiss my elbows, MJ?

I hurt my arm. Kiss my elbows, MJ?

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KEELEY HAZELL003

Damn. Just damn.

396 Comments

  1. Excellent work MJ!

  2. It’s worth noting that erectile strength has been found to track very strongly to the female partner’s waist/hips ratio. A 0.7 is almost as good for male perkitude as the little blue pill.

    This may not be a causal relationship in the way Leon’s suggesting.

    wakey wakey

  3. They must have airbrushed the moose knuckle in the “dat gap” picture

  4. This may not be a causal relationship in the way Leon’s suggesting.

    Maybe, maybe not. If the willy’s wilting, though, it’s worth an experiment.

    And heaven forgive me, but I found myself really wanting to nail Christina Ricci in Black Snake Moan.

  5. f the willy’s wilting, though, it’s worth an experiment.

    If the willy’s wilting, good luck getting someone like CHristina ricci.

    THAT would be embarrassing.

    “It’s for science, baby.”

  6. I remember when I taught MJ how to BBF.

  7. Good morning, again, folks!

    Today is probably the most awesome non-holiday day to be a Catholic ever. Today is the feast of St. John Bosco. You know what that means?

    http://www.boscoworld.com/

    Fuckyeah!

  8. I need to learn how to PS. I could enrich your lives with my artistic talents.

  9. Never had Bosco. It’s just Hershey’s and some Mexican brand.

  10. After reviewing the paperwork from yesterday, the movers basically robbed me, held my stuff hostage, then demanded a bribe.

    This sounds about right for a Thursday morning.

  11. erectile strength has been found to track very strongly to the female partner’s waist/hips ratio.

    Your observations about turgidity just may inspire a prototype “penis crutch.”

  12. Nice work, MJ! Glad to see you didn’t lose it during your week off.

  13. I don’t know if I like moose knuckle or camel toe better.

    Any need for a poll?

  14. STOP WITH THE BIG WORDS!

  15. Yeah, romy, but it’s the feast day of ST. JOHN CHOCOLATE! Any chocolate should do in a pinch, even self-created crises of chocolate. Celebrate. Hard. And offer up every bite for the good of your soul.

  16. That happened when I moved to Denver for my fellowship. The estimate was off by roughly $1000. My goods were held hostage for cash. Next 2 times I moved we rented a truck and plied people with pizza, beer and money.

  17. I get the stuff with the white label, and “Chocolate Type Syrup” on it.

    Not that fancy Bosco stuff.

  18. He actually told me I had to pay him cash before I could see the end price.

    On the advice of my attorney, I’m calling the police.

  19. STOP WITH THE BIG WORDS!

    My first assignment for a HS required writing class I took was to write a cogent 2,500 word essay using one-syllable words. To this day, I believe that is the single most difficult writing I’ve ever done. Try to do 150 words – it’s not easy.

  20. Wow, that’s pretty bold MJ. Does he know you are armed?

  21. He actually told me I had to pay him cash before I could see the end price.

    On the advice of my attorney, I’m calling the police.

    Seriously ?

  22. Last time I moved, we moved all the lighter stuff ourselves and hired Two Guys and a Truck for the furniture.

  23. Beer is the grease that makes rapacious rates for unskilled labor irrelevant. It can significantly diminish the hit from some skilled labor, too.

  24. On the advice of my attorney, I’m calling the police.

    Awwww shit, really?

  25. Bear grease again

  26. Don’t tell your movers you’re calling the police, or there may be a high speed chase with your shit bouncing around the back like this:

  27. Also, BUNK! for the BBF girl.

  28. Bear grease again

    Trauma.

    I’d think you, of all people, would recognize it.

  29. You know something’s messed up when a winchill of 12* feels positively balmy.

  30. Everyone finally left for school and work. I can finally look at the poat content and say “nice job, MJ.”

  31. Awright, you wascally wabbits, time to go get some work done. I’m happy since this is not a call weekend…woo hoo!

  32. That’s what you get when you hire Achmed and his brother Achmed.

  33. Have a marvy day, Jimbro!

  34. Exactly. I should have known better, but I was too lazy to actually do it myself.

  35. Nice work on teh bewbs poat, MJ.

  36. Have your movers crossed state lines yet MJ?

  37. My sister in LA had her chihuahua certified as an emotional support dog, so it can ride on planes with her now instead of being checked as baggage (as it should be).

  38. I head a horrible story yesterday. Hubby’s bankers are always filling him in on the SSDI/welfare stories because they come in (like clockwork) on deposit days.

    Anyway, one dude was on SSDI because he was obese. He had FIVE children so he got $$ for them as well.

    “A child is eligible for up to 50% of the parent’s monthly benefit, subject to a family maximum.”

    “We” – the taxpayers – paid for him to have gastric bypass, and he lost a ton of weight.

    ANd then was kicked off of SSDI. So … he explained that he hated work, wasn’t going to work, and gained the weight back.

    Remember, though, that Obama (as have many liberal leaders) told us that no one WANTS to be on aid. People want to work.

  39. He’s pulling in, according to the teller, $5000 a month.

  40. I don’t know if I like moose knuckle or camel toe better.

    As I understand it, they describe different ends of the spectrum for the same phenomenon. There are niche groups and sites on the interwebs for the dudes who prefer the knuckle. They use euphemisms like “BBW” which stands for “morbidly obese hippos”.

  41. WTF is an “emotional support dog”? Do they come with buttresses? Flying buttresses?

    I am thrown by

  42. I’m going to go ahead and start praying that MJ gets his stuff back quickly and without bloodshed, if only because I don’t want Wiserbud’s cocktail segment or next week’s BBF disrupted.

  43. Never mind my unfinished comment. I received a call can’t recall how I was going to finish it.

  44. He’s pulling in, according to the teller, $5000 a month.

    I could live very comfortably on 5k/month.

  45. I’d like to listen to wiser sometime. How do we listen to wiser if we’re not in wiserland?

  46. Have your movers crossed state lines yet MJ?
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    No. I’ve located my stuff. It appears that the helper dropped a deuce in one of the bathrooms and jerked off. He was in there for 25 mins.

    I’m pretty shocked. I left for dinner before they were actually finished loading the truck, so didn’t really notice until this morning.

    This is a bit weird.

  47. After 35 years of drinking coffee, I’ve recently made the switch to tea as my hot beverage of choice. I get caffeine without the horrific stomach acid problems that coffee provokes. I miss the delicious, delicious taste of java, but not enough to endure day after day of rotgut.

  48. Florida is famous for that. Half of the moving companies are criminal.

  49. No. I’ve located my stuff. It appears that the helper dropped a deuce in one of the bathrooms and jerked off. He was in there for 25 mins….

    This is a bit weird.

    You should be flattered – someone thinks you’re a sexy man. You may not want to be his bottom, but, you can feel good about your sex appeal, right?

  50. Another plus: DNA for the crime lab.

  51. So, MJ, what are they demanding?

  52. Jazz, they livestream their broadcasts. watr.com

  53. Morning children. Good job, MJ. Hopefully the police will do you some good.

  54. Dear. Gawd.

    From benk’s links at the mithurspitch.

  55. http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2014/jan/30/nyc-school-cuts-popular-gifted-program-over-lack-d/

    Thank God I went to school back in the 80s. My Academically Talented group was all white kids! Of course, the school district was 96% white at the time…

  56. Thanks, DiT. ;-) I BMed it.

  57. Comment by scott on January 31, 2014 9:00 am
    Florida is famous for that. Half of the moving companies are criminal.
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    Nnnnooooowww you tell him. Great timing.

  58. Florida is famous for that. Half of the moving companies are criminal.
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    Nnnnooooowww you tell him. Great timing.

    If it’s fecked up, there’s a very good chance it’s from FL.

  59. Found some of MJ’s stuff

  60. Leon, I can’t wait until they start putting diversity into the professional sports teams.

  61. MJ, is this a moving company or a guy with a truck?

  62. Play time at Cyn’s

  63. >>>I need to learn how to PS. I could enrich your lives with my artistic talents.

    It’s easy. I….acquired…PS and then read some stuff online, watched a couple tutorials.

    Been there MJ. Right after I got married I had to move all my shit to Maryland. They quoted $400 over the phone, charged $1200 when they got to my apartment and then my shit disappeared for like a month. Ended up staying with my inlaws for about 3 weeks and had daily screaming matches on the phone with the people.

  64. Play time at Cyn’s

    At just what point did that become “a collection”?

  65. They quoted $400 over the phone, charged $1200 when they got to my apartment and then my shit disappeared for like a month.

    Feature, not a bug. Adrenal stimulation is a standard unquoted inclusion and is done solely for your benefit.

  66. Time for sausage and (a) eggs, (b) pancakes, or (c) waffles. Suggestions welcome.

  67. I….acquired…PS and then read some stuff online, watched a couple tutorials.

    But, I hate reading. It’s so tedious.

  68. I try not even to read here.

  69. Youtube video tutorials

  70. >>>Time for sausage and (a) eggs, (b) pancakes, or (c) waffles. Suggestions welcome.

    Yes.

  71. I’m being a bit fatuous, bcoch. Unless I’m talking about my sister, you can pretty much dismiss everything I say as superfluous fluff.

  72. I outsource my extremely limited photoshop needs. My wife has a BFA and works with it every day.

    As a Master of Art (Mathematics), such pedestrian artistry is beneath my talents anyhow.

  73. That was a lot of big words, Jazz. I think I get the basic message though…….you’re full of shit?

  74. When you scatter the bags of body parts all over town, it really throws off the cops.

  75. I BMed it.

    *cough*

  76. One big body part jumble.

  77. Look up the You Suck At Photoshop tutorials. They are funny as Hell, and actually teach you good shit.

    Donny is hilarious.

  78. If you don’t have a big enough bin to dissolve the whole thing in acid, consider removing head and hands and just breaking those down chemically/mechanically (particularly teeth). Helps buy time.

  79. I went back to last night to see if Roamie told the story of her granddad’s gun.

    Wonderful story.

  80. you’re full of shit?

    Positively overflowing with it.

  81. I agree, Hotspur. Romy’s was a lovely story.

  82. Our temps are about to go above the freezing mark!

    Screw you vortex!

  83. Scott, the vortex will be back next week.

  84. Not here. Highs in the 30’s and 40’s for a week.

    We have been drifting in and out of the eastern portion of the vortex.
    Looks like we broke out for a while.

  85. Maybe not next week. But soon.

    Soon.

  86. By Sunday we’re frigid again.

  87. MJ, is this a moving company or a guy with a truck?
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    Moving company. Already spoke with a lawyer/friend. The bribe part is apparently the worst of it, although the rub and tug is pretty bad too.

    She doesn’t think its a crime, but that he’ll be fired.

  88. 48 degrees on Sunday and I have the day off. Perfect weather for drilling a 3″ hole through the fireplace. That vent kit better show up today.

  89. We had spring-like conditions yesterday. 60 degrees and 50mph winds.

  90. *cough*

    I’m pretty transparent sometimes. ;)

  91. Rogue driver? Be very careful that he doesn’t try to get even with you by stealing something.

    Hopefully you have a good inventory

  92. It’s 27 here right now.

    Perfect weather for driving around town dropping body parts out of the window.

    If it gets too cold, my window freezes up a bit.

  93. By Sunday we’re frigid again.

    That does not bode well for your husband or your purple friend.

  94. I anticipate I’ll be spending the Saturday warm period cleaning out every bit of suddenly-thawed chicken poo from the coop.

  95. Here’s a story that makes my blood boil:

    http://tinyurl.com/nw9xm9d

    Paul Saginaw and his partner started Zingerman’s about thirty years ago. They have a cult following in Ann Arbor (and I mean an actual cult – they are referred to as Zingermoonies), and have become extremely successful at selling fifteen dollar sandwiches.

    So this asshole goes to DC to lobby for raising the minimum wage, then holds a summit in his shop for State lawmakers.

    Why aren’t people smart enough to figure out his true motive?

  96. Jazz, did you miss how many hummers she’s handed out? Mr Car in will be fine.

  97. I have never eaten at any Zingerman’s establishment, and make it a point to discourage others. I only did it because it’s overpriced crap, but now I feel extra-justified.

  98. in ann arbor? No. Mr Car in brought home the Free Press (spit) where some Ann Arbor female conservative has written a letter to the editor. The ending to the letter was most revealing:

    “Unfortunately, McMorris’ speech solidifies the predominant conservative norm that unless females smile, talk politely and insist the source of their power derives from traditional female roles rather than intelligence or ambition, they will not be accepted into the Republican Party. McMorris stated that she “came to Congress to empower people, not politicians.” Her remarks, however, empower Republican leadership to continue to marginalize females and leave me and my comrades to continue fighting the war on women.”

    Comrades? Yea, I don’t think so.

  99. Zingerman’s is an effing ripoff. I bought into that shit for a short time – my co-workers worshiped that place. Every time I was in court in Washtenaw County, I had to fill a $150-$200 sandwich order before I could return to the office 40 miles away. I found better sandwiches at the Bread Basket that was like 3/4 of a mile from the office – and they were less than half the price of Zingerman’s. I don’t begrudge the Zingerman capitalist/free market contribution; I just shop at Zing’s competitors for better, less-expensive products.

  100. I marginalized three women on my way to work today.

    Just how I roll.

  101. Rogue driver?
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    Talked with the company. All of my belongings are in the central warehouse. Apparently this guy is new.

  102. Is he bonded?

  103. Comment by scott on January 31, 2014 9:55 am
    Hopefully you have a good inventory
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    MJ is lucky to have a friend like you who gives him advice in a timely manner. Noooowwww you tell him…………

  104. Talked with the company. All of my belongings are in the central warehouse. Apparently this guy is new.

    So was teh rogue driver trying to shake you down or the company?

  105. A cursory search of the internet and the cagey advice of lawyer/friend has determined that it isn’t a legal infraction to rub one out in an employer’s bathroom. Just a firing offense.

    Employer also seems to cover contractors.

  106. A cursory search of the internet and the cagey advice of lawyer/friend has determined that it isn’t a legal infraction to rub one out in an employer’s bathroom. Just a firing offense.

    Good to know.

  107. Waffles on the waffle iron, sausages on the stove!

  108. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t3LHMiH18nQ

  109. When I was in boarding school, MJ, there was a mystery that lasted two years. One of my classmates would shit NEXT to the toilets or in the shower room every day. EVERY day. We had those gang showers, like HS phys-ed class. If you walked in first in the morning, you had to tread carefully. We tried like hell to figure out who it was for nearly two years before we figured out it was some Nicaraguan kid who was a germophobe.

  110. I thought we were weird. Jeez.

  111. For reference, The Mad Crapper (the Nicaraguan kid) was my classmate, not some interloper just using our facilities as a dumping ground.

  112. Shitting on the floor because he’s a germophobe.

    Makes sense.

  113. Poop Blog.

  114. He didn’t want his butt to touch the same toilet seat as other butts, and apparently the hover-and-sploosh method wasn’t sufficient.

  115. The rationale, as I understood it, scott, was he didn’t want toilet cooties near his front and back-door bidness.

  116. leon gets it.

    Or is it “Jose”?

  117. I am almost a germophobe, and I haven’t crapped on the floor in weeks.

  118. Good job, Scott.

  119. I’m not saying I’ve done the floor shitting, I just understand the motive. I prefer to hover and hope for minimal-to-no backsplash.

  120. So I decided I needed a faster internet speed at home, so I went online and ordered a change in my service two days ago. That night suddenly no internet.

    I called yesterday, and they have to send out a technician. Seems I need a new gateway for the faster connection.

    AT&T – they’re in the communication business, but evidently they can’t seem to communicate.

  121. We’ve all got language things, right? Words that folks use regularly and incorrectly? Like “irregardless,” or “a savings of…” (singular “a” + plural gerund)?

    Two that get me every time:

    Comprise – does not mean “make up” or “constitute.” Substitute “embrace” to clarify and see if the usage works.

    Reticent – does not mean “reluctant.” Try “uncommunicative” or “hesitant to speak”

    I’m sure I use certain words wrongly, and I take correction seriously. I was in law school before I learned “banal” does not rhyme with “anal.” I also grasp at words sometimes and grab the wrong one out of the jumbled stream in my head. I self-correct when I figure it out, but if I don’t, I’m fair game.

  122. He’s pulling in, according to the teller, $5000 a month.

    I didn’t really need to read this today.

  123. AT&T – they’re in the communication business, but evidently they can’t seem to communicate.

    I revel in the ecstasy of low expectations.

  124. AT&T? They will screw you.

  125. This is kind of awesomely Bruce Campell-ish

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2014/01/30/the-stay-in-school-ad-with-an-unexpected-ending-that-will-leave-you-in-absolute-shock/

    Perhaps I’m a bit off, but I laughed at the preposterosity (I made that up, I think).

  126. Preposterousness.

  127. I haven’t crapped on the floor in over a month. I’m not a germaphobe, just a drunk.

  128. I make up words to lend ambiance. ;) On occasion, I make up a real word, which is much like re-inventing the wheel: I get no credit at all.

  129. I believe it’s my fault the blog devolved to poop stories for the second time this week. That’s too much. I’m starting to fear that I have a fecal fixation.

  130. * tosses CA a 1 month pin *

  131. I think you mean “ambiancity”.

  132. * tosses CA a 1 month pin *

    hahahahahahahaha Twelve steps is an awful lot of opportunity to dirty one’s shoes!

  133. Who says I stopped drinking? I’ve just managed to not crap on my floor.

    My neighbors front porch… not so much.

  134. I think you mean “ambiancity”.

    You’re better than I at this in one (1) comment.

  135. *winks*

  136. Spamdra Fluk considering a run for Henry “Brazilian” Waxman’s seat.

    http://wapo.st/LwPHAD

    Sandra Fluke, a women’s rights activist who came to prominence after conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh labeled her a “slut” for advocating government-funded contraception, is considering a run for Congress.

    Thank gawd, a rationale and balanced mind to take Bra-Wax’s place. Heh.

  137. That would be fun. I hop she runs.

  138. OH – I forgot to tell you guys – I FINALLY GOT A SEED CATALOG.

  139. I actually think it’s a good idea to have more people like Fluke in Congress.

    They are so far out of the mainstream on abortion–wanting to be able to terminate a pregnancy up to the date of birth for any reason–that it’s a winnable issue.

  140. Uh, comprise does indeed mean “to be made of.”

  141. WOO HOO

  142. I prefer to hover and hope for minimal-to-no backsplash.

    That’s what butt gaskets (aka toilet seat covers) are for.

  143. http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/comprise

  144. And the coyote is traipsing around the pond on the golf course like he owns the place. Tried to get a pic, but he blends in so well, it didn’t come out.

  145. I FINALLY GOT A SEED CATALOG.

    Yay! Since we bushhogged the field for the pumpkin chunkin’, I’ve been thinking about planting pecan trees.

  146. Alka-Seltzer in space.

    http://imgur.com/EIOMKja

  147. Uh, comprise does indeed mean “to be made of.”

    Yeah, I went awry there. My “compose” and “composed of” is my true beef, along with constitute. Grasping again. Thanks.

    Although it has been in use since the late 18th century, sense 3 is still attacked as wrong. Why it has been singled out is not clear, but until comparatively recent times it was found chiefly in scientific or technical writing rather than belles lettres. Our current evidence shows a slight shift in usage: sense 3 is somewhat more frequent in recent literary use than the earlier senses. You should be aware, however, that if you use sense 3 you may be subject to criticism for doing so, and you may want to choose a safer synonym such as compose or make up.

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/comprise

  148. I wanna make a trebuchet. Or a squirrel flinger.

  149. A trebuchet is comprised of a base, arm, and counterweight.

  150. What to plant … what to PLANT?

    *panics

    Erin’s also got me looking at chickens.

  151. “Your critics say this is diminished expectations,” Tapper said. “I remember during your campaign you talked about your presidencies being when the oceans would slow and the nation would heal and now you’re talking about pen and phone and executive orders and executive actions.”

    “Do you think you were naive back then or have you recalibrated your ambitions?”

    “I dry-hump Marine 1 and eat my own boogers, so, I don’t really see that as a fair question,” Obama answered.

    http://bit.ly/1be0cSU

    I may have added that last part.

  152. these are so freakin cute.

  153. Jazz, anything short of “I was a real idiot when I was running for President, and now I’m just covering my ass” is a lie.

  154. these are so freakin cute.

    Tasty, too:

    They are a table delicacy in the orient.

  155. When all the politics are stripped out, PPP said that the one outlet that appears trusted by both sides is PBS. Some 57 percent of Americans said they trust public TV news.

    http://washex.am/1be1ugx

    Idiocracy in motion.

  156. ^^^Proof that any statistic can be manipulated to mean what you want it to mean

  157. If’n anyone’s interested, I have a tasty nut brittle recipe up at my place today that you can make as a quick, last-minute Super Bowl treat :P

  158. Peggy Noonan has a superb column today.

    http://on.wsj.com/1be3oho

  159. Teresa – yes they are a tasty treat. I believe they are the key ingredient for this.

  160. Thank you, TiFW! I may make it, although I will not be watching the superbowl.

  161. Jazz – it’s behind a paywall.

  162. It was when I started, too, Carin. I googled the title and it came up from google. That’s the link I used, so I don’t know why it worked. Perhaps that technique will work for you, too.

  163. That’s the link I used, so I don’t know why it DIDN’T work…

  164. LOL, Car in :P

    (You know I was just messin’ with ya, right?)

    They are very cute chickens – I especially love the picture of the fluffed-up one; just want to cuddle it!

  165. I do know that, Terersa. They are SO FREAKIN CUTE. But they are Bantams, so I’d have to figure if I could keep them safe from the Hawks.

  166. “Democrats’ Healthcare Brain Drain” (a/k/a “Dysentery”)

    http://www.nationaljournal.com/daily/democrats-health-care-brain-drain-20140130

  167. What’s the connection between Bantams and Hawks? I mean, I understand that hawks like chickens, but is there something about Bantams that makes them particularly vulnerable/preferable to hawks?

  168. 35F on my patio! First time above freezing in some weeks!

  169. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    When [Stewart] asked why it was so difficult to get a company to execute the Affordable Care Act’s insurance exchange website “competently,” Pelosi replied, “I don’t know.”

    “What do you mean you don’t know? How do you not know?” Stewart asked laughing.

    http://bit.ly/1fEmtZE

    AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

    It’s like the drooling gibberish of ill-educated, drunken eastern Europeans.

  170. Christ almighty, Pelosi looks like an Oklahoma dustbowl scaregrow come to life.

  171. I can’t believe I made it through that. I wish someone would light a fire under the Grim Reaper’s ass. He’s fucking slacking.

  172. Do you know how truly American the game of football is?

    Denver receiver Demaryius Johnson will be playing. His mother and grandmother will be watching. From prison.

    Can’t get more American than that.

  173. I don’t know who Anna Kendrick is, but this non-commercial commercial she did is pretty funny

  174. Denver receiver Demaryius Johnson will be playing. His mother and grandmother will be watching. From prison.

    I’d say there’s a fair chance Demaryius Johnson is a fraud, then.

  175. His mother and grandmother will be watching. From prison.

    Used to be, no respectable person would admit that one of their family members was incarcerated.

    On the other hand, what a coup for Women’s Rights advocates – finally, not one, but TWO generations of females showing that they, too, can make it in a system that has historically been overwhelmingly male.

    Way to go, ladies!

  176. Anna Kendrick is adorable.

  177. To his credit, Mr. Thomas’ aunt and uncle did a fine job raising him – his story about life after his mother’s/grandmother’s arrests is quite something:

    http://is.gd/ie095T

    Sounds like he turned out all right.

  178. They are SO FREAKIN CUTE.
    ———————
    For a year until you abandon them to Tyson.

  179. Let’s please leave the news over there.

  180. The guestblogger email chain says not to advertise it.

  181. For a year until you abandon them to Tyson.

    THOSE CHICKENS WENT TO LIVE WITH A NICE FARMER IN THE COUNTRY.

    Besides, I don’t do that unless 1) they stop laying 2) are mean and 3) they’re not my special snow-flake chickens.

    Some are really adorable.

  182. What do you do with your children when they don’t please you, North Korea?

  183. What do you do with your children when they don’t please you, North Korea?

    Luckily, I spawned perfect children.

    Like Mare.

  184. Anna Kendrick was the 2nd prettiest girl in the Twilight movies, that’s why she didn’t have to play the lead.

    The first prettiest (Ashley Greene) didn’t either.

  185. >>>The first prettiest (Ashley Greene) didn’t either.

    Graduated from my high school.Same grade as my little sis.

  186. I used to have a meat market by my house in Hamtramck that kept life chickens. You could go pick your chicken and the market would butcher in for you. It was a pretty sweet deal. I think the selling point was that it was halal.

  187. how old are you, bcoch? just curious. I won’t discriminate against you based on your age – on your hair color, maybe, but not your age.

  188. dayum – LIVE chickens. The market kept LIVE chickens.

  189. I have a poster of her, Bcock. My wife got it for me as a joke.

    I still haven’t gotten around to framing it.

  190. I wish I could remember who put my fist in uranus!

  191. Jazz – I’m 32. 33 in July.

    Very nice Leon. I’m friends with her younger brother and talk with him fairly regularly on FB. He’s a big Libertarian.

  192. Sorry ’bout that – deleted my comment from earlier.

  193. *resists urge to ask anything creepy*

  194. First I’ve heard of this Kendrick chick. She’s pretty much got it.

  195. And by ‘it’ I obviously mean “IT”.

  196. I used to have a meat market by my house in Hamtramck that kept life chickens. You could go pick your chicken and the market would butcher in for you. It was a pretty sweet deal. I think the selling point was that it was halal.

    Went to that market 24 years ago when I was pregnant with my son. I had to wait for my friends outside because the smell was about to make me gak.

  197. Anna Kendrick and Brittney Snow

  198. Anna Kendrick could cure ED.

  199. I had to look her up. She’s that chick from Up in the Air.

    I shit you not, my first real girlfriend looked almost exactly like her. When I saw her in the movie I was stunned.

  200. Anna Kendrick could cure ED.

    Vitamin A.

  201. What is ED?

  202. It’s the thing you take the little blue pill for when you’re Hotspur’s age.

  203. Vitamin A.

    She’s also got a nice, perky dose of vitamin T.

  204. What is ED?

    1) You’re not old enough to know.

    2) Brought on by looking Nancy Pelosi or M’chelle

  205. by looking AT ….

  206. I think my work is done today. Now, I’ll be working all weekend, but my work is done for today.

    I had one Pepsi in the house last night, and I poured it at about 10 PM. I drank about half of it and fell asleep on the couch. When I awakend about 1:30 AM, I drank the rest of it, brushed my teeth and went to be. By 3AM, I couldn’t sleep a whit. Fricken caffeine farks me up at night. I should have known better.

  207. Should have added bourbon to it, Jazz, to counter the caffeine.

    I can have a cup of coffee after dinner (9ish), and still fall asleep watching the 11 PM news. I don’t know what it is, but I can fall asleep anywhere, anytime – give me a place to relax, and 10 minutes undisturbed, and I’ll be asleep.

  208. Ms. Kendrick is the kind of girl I can picture coming home to, with the house, three kids, dog, etc.

  209. Jazz – you were wondering earlier… it was Catman who did your avatard.

  210. She has a small part in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, too. It’s a weird movie, but I enjoyed it.

  211. Ms. Kendrick is the kind of girl I can picture coming home to

    Yes

  212. As opposed to Cyn, who’s more a NYC-party-weekend-end-with-a-siege-by-the-SWAT-team kind of girl.

  213. I don’t have to answer that!

  214. Not true.

    Cyn is as pure as the driven snow.

  215. In case you’re one of the 5 people on the planet who hasn’t seen this:

  216. I have to get ready for work.

    *cries

  217. Going to see Lone Survivor this afternoon.

  218. Pretty cool

    http://www.mymodernmet.com/profiles/blogs/simon-beck-snow-art

  219. Cyn – THANK YOU! I will now sacrifice small animals to you at your altar in my closet.

  220. AT&T – at my house four hours. Still not fixed. Talking to some Indian right now. This is awesome.

  221. TiFW – hold on. That’s one HELL of a movie. There’s not one second of down time there. It’s fecking awesome.

  222. Read the book, Jazz – heard nothing but good things about the movie. Just gotta psyche myself up for what I already know is going to happen….

  223. Cyn – THANK YOU! I will now sacrifice small animals to you at your altar in my closet.

    Um, I think you will recall that the judge ordered you not to do that anymore.

  224. I prefer The Bankesters’ version of “Cups,” although Kendricks does a great job. I’ve got a thing for bluegrass.

    The Bankesters are Mom and Dad Bankester, a bunch of daughters, and the banjo player is the bass player’s hubby. If I was Dad, I’d own a PASSEL of shotguns. Holy crap.

  225. Don’t worry, TiFW. It’s so excellent without pandering to tears. You’ll wanna hug ever vet and service member you know, though, by the time you walk out.

  226. Um, I think you will recall that the judge ordered you not to do that anymore.

    Yeah, um… I have doll with pins in it that says he won’t do anything.

  227. ABORTION BARBIE GOT A GUN!

    http://pjmedia.com/tatler/2014/01/30/photo-wendy-davis-awkwardly-holds-ann-richards-shotgun-for-some-reason/

    Twitchy has the best line on it:

    Gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis was presented with Gov. Ann Richards’ shotgun Wednesday night in the best photo-op since Michael Dukakis climbed into that tank.

    http://twitchy.com/2014/01/31/as-badass-as-richard-simmons-holding-a-broadsword-wendy-davis-receives-ann-richards-shotgun/

  228. The Bankesters doing “Gypsy Jubilee”

  229. I dunno – the Richard Simmons badass comment was fucking awesome.

  230. The bad advice comments at the HQ are killing me. Parachute thread.

  231. Someone needs to get Richard Simmons to reproduce the “Does Wayne Brady Need to Choke a Bitch?” sketch.

  232. I started to link Anna Kendrick’s Load HEAT page, but apparently XBrad has been remiss regarding her.

  233. You had me at “Someone needs to get Richard Simmons to reproduce,” leon.

  234. So the president of an organization which advocates killing gave a lethal weapon to a woman who advocates killing.

    Seems legit.

  235. I started to link Anna Kendrick’s Load HEAT page, but apparently XBrad has been remiss regarding her.

    I sincerely hope he is taking steps to remedy that situation :P

  236. I started to link Anna Kendrick’s Load HEAT page, but apparently XBrad has been remiss regarding her.

    Wrap her in tight fitting plastic, and she’d be linked in a second.

  237. These kids are CRAZY bluegrass freaks. Man, I wish I had a smidge of that talent.

  238. I wanna beat up that little tow-head on guitar. It’s just not fair. Bastard.

  239. Pandora just gave me “Thunderstruck”. Weekend kickoff music if ever there was any.

  240. I’m actually downloading the pics for Monday RIGHT NOW!

  241. Thunderstruck is a lot of fun, when viewing Longbow Apaches.

  242. This is a piece of pizza from Bacci’s Pizza in Chicago. Sorry, but it’s wrapped in saran wrap, but the plate is a regular 10″ dinner plate.

  243. And this is the nurse I was teasing my sis about. Well, he’d be the guy with the stethoscope. I’m the other guy. Not the best pic of the nurse – when you’re next to him, you can tell he spends time at the gym. I wanted to slap him around a little, but he was as cool as they come, and he took such good care of Emmy, I just couldn’t. I liked him in spite of myself. :D

  244. Oops – http://i.imgur.com/1NeK26L.jpg

  245. Jazz, you’ve lost weight.

  246. God, I hate Jim Carey.

  247. pupster, that is the greatest gif EVAH, especially if you see it with that hoverhand thingy.

    Nice job on today’s model, MJ. Now hit the showers.

  248. Remember to put the screen in the drain this time, MJ. We don’t want you to get stuck again.

  249. Is anyone else already sick of the Superbowl?

  250. The Superbowl is a scam.

  251. Jazz, you’ve lost weight.

    Thanks, Hotspur! I guess I don’t notice it so much, mostly ‘cuz I look at me every day. I do appreciate the observation. Grassy ass, mi amigo. :D

  252. Is anyone else already sick of the Superbowl?

    I have two secular religious rituals:

    -Avoid the Superbowl like the plague
    -Go to bed before midnight on New Year’s Eve

  253. Mini-me wanted to hear “Radioactive”. I annoyed her by playing The Firm’s song, not Imagine Dragons.

  254. I like The Firm’s version, and I didn’t know there was another.

  255. Should have played this http://youtu.be/4o29VoxtsFk

    The word is in there.

  256. Good day, bad touchers.

  257. Well, I suspect I may have started the rumblings of a shit storm. A hospital VP and Director of Psychiatric Treatment at the hospital called me about a bit ago inquiring as to why I was seeking the names of the doctors on my sister’s psychiatric treatment team. We had a very concise conversation that conveyed my concerns and my familiarity with the applicable standards of care and ethical obligations of treating physicians. She was very calm and analytical and promised an investigation and some more conversation about it next week. I embraced that whole-heartedly. I did not mention my intentions about filing ethical complaints, but I did explain how some of the most egregious behavior violated medical ethical standards. The VP&DPT was very serious woman. If I read this right – and I would be surprised if I do not – the earth is about to quake in that department.

  258. Hi, Sean

  259. Hey, Jazz. I thought the shit storm was a few days ago, when they gave your sis the laxatives.

  260. Ten bucks says they offer to cancel all hospital charges, and admit no evidence of ethics standards violations.

  261. I’m ditching my diet for Super Bowl Sunday. You are all welcome to watch the game with me and indulge in booze and snacks.

  262. Afternoon.

  263. Hey, Jazz. I thought the shit storm was a few days ago, when they gave your sis the laxatives.

    HAHAHAH – That was the BEST shit storm ever!!!!! I am, however, going to enjoy the oncoming one, too. The VP&DPT was so, so serious. Even light talked seemed to tax her personality. She seems like the type to frown during an orgasm.

    Ten bucks says they offer to cancel all hospital charges, and admit no evidence of ethics standards violations.

    Hmmmmm…. Curious thought. I’m not as confident in that end, yet it definitely may be a possibility. I’m anticipating our next conversation with some degree of impatience.

  264. I bought the goods for Hummer drinks on Sunday.

    I’ll share too

  265. Hey, Jewstin! What did you make, and how many did you make?

  266. Hummers from Jimbro? Nah.

  267. Today I made many hundreds (100s) of stuff. And things.

    I shook out steel nests all day.

  268. Hummers from Jimbro? Nah.

    He needs to serve them with a drink called “The Whisker Rub.” Get a hummer and a whisker rub…. No, thank you!

  269. What’s a steel nest?

  270. Forgiving a hospital charge is seen as an admission of guilt is what our risk management people have said in the past.

  271. To be fair, it was Car in’s Hummer recipe which may change your mind.

  272. I agree, Jimbro. It’s an unlikely solution, but I’ve seen weirder crap happen. I don’t see a viable malpractice claim without an injury, and there doesn’t seem to be much injury other than my family’s irritation and marginalization by the hospital staff.

  273. We have machines that cut parts out of large sheets of metal. Sometimes a single sheet will have hundreds of tiny parts cut out.

    They stack a couple dozen sheets on a table and the stack is called a nest.

    To get the parts out, you grab a corner or an edge of the sheet and shake it vigorously.

  274. I would probably figure out a dance to go along with the shake. That’s just me, tho.

  275. It’s a damn good workout. An 8×12 sheet of steel weighs a lot.

  276. You wear gloves, or do you have hands like elephant skin?

  277. “A shock to the system: Electroconvulsive Therapy shows mood disorder-specific therapeutic benefits”

    http://bit.ly/1emW2t5

    Besides Emmy, I have another sister who attempted a few years ago. A couple of times, actually. She was institutionalized for about three years or so, during which time her docs subjected her to ECT, and they continued the program even after they released her from the institution. ECT seriously, seriously fucked her up. She’d walk 100 yards from her house to the corner store and call home (number programmed into phone) in a panic because she was lost. ECT may be therapeutic to some, but it was brutal on my sis.

  278. What was this whole ethical foofaraw? I think I missed that.

  279. They make me wear hateful gloves. I’d rather take my chances with a lacerated artery or two.

  280. What was this whole ethical foofaraw? I think I missed that.

    Under law and standard psychiatric standards, a serious suicide attempt is prima facie evidence of mental/legal incapacity. The incapacitated individual cannot make treatment decisions, because they’re not competent. The psych docs never identified a surrogate to authorize my sister’s treatment. They ignored direct instructions from me denying authorization to tell her about her attempt until her psychologist could weigh in on the intended course of action. They refused to apprise me or any other surrogate of their intended treatment plan. The treating doctor denied that Em was incapacitated until I pulled the lawyer card, which means she’s either unqualified to practice in that area and is doing so anyway (unethical), or she was lying to me (unethical). They ignored my instructions to include her treating psychologist in the formation of a treatment plan, a psychologist on staff at the same hospital and a faculty member at the related school of medicine. No doctor from the treating team contacted the psychologist for records or to consult on Em’s treatment, even though the psychologist was in constant contact through Em’s deterioration and was the person responsible for getting her to the hospital.

    There’s more, but you get the gist.

  281. I’m going to enjoy a relaxidating cup of herbal tea.

  282. SAGA!!!!

    hahahaha How the hell did I find that? Looks like I’m cruising the 80s tonight. ;)

  283. The Politics of Dancing

  284. Huh. Sounds like they screwed things up pretty good there.

  285. Sean M – Who you got in the Super Bowl?

  286. I’m very happy the shenanigans didn’t damage Em, so I don’t really see a malpractice claim going anywhere, but the docs’ behavior violated a LOT of ethics rules. I’ve identified about a dozen breaches of medical ethics, some more serious than others. I’ve yet to decide how I’m going to handle them all.

    An interesting development: The VP&DPT is my sister’s managing psychiatrist now. I wonder why?

  287. Damn Jazz.

    Your sis is lucky to have you around. You know your shit, cold.

    When my mom got roughed up years ago all I could do was tell the goddamn respiratory doc to get out of my face, she’s no longer your patient and move her to another hospital.

  288. Under the Milky Way Tonight

  289. I got the Don’t Give a Flying Fucks by whatevs, Chief. How ’bout you?

  290. Jazz, you want I should introduce some knee-caps to my anvil?

  291. Check your gmail, Dave. :)

  292. Jazz, you want I should introduce some knee-caps to my anvil?

    You appeal to my sense of justice, Jewstin, and it’s a tough offer to decline. What’s coming next for those docs and that department is going to be much, much more effective than crippling leg wounds, though. Can I take a rain check and still stay in your good graces?

  293. Sean – I want Peyton to win to seal the deal as one of the top 3 QBs, all time. So, Denver.

  294. Welcome to the Boomtown

  295. I’m with the Chief, I think, even though I won’t be watching. I always love exceptionalism – except when it’s fueled by PEDs.

  296. You know what I notice about those old vids? The artists in those videos aren’t as perfect as the ones we see today. They’re not plastic. Some artists are even shamelessly unattractive. No auto-tune, either. Imperfections are refreshing.

  297. Little Feat – Perfect Imperfection

  298. Jazz, I was listening to old Fleetwood Mac the other day. It was incredible how much richer the sounds were.

  299. It’s not incredible per se.. magnetic tape was a better recording medium than bits.

  300. I can’t remember the last time I actually gave a shit about a Super Bowl. I’ve always preferred college football to the NFL (the same is true for basketball), there’s no local team (no, the Chargers don’t count), and even before I got sober NFL games just seemed like big beer commercials to me.

    Pitchers and catchers will be reporting soon.

  301. Jazz, I was listening to old Fleetwood Mac the other day. It was incredible how much richer the sounds were.

    Oooh – you ever listen to Buckingham Nicks? Before Fleetwood Mac?

    Dave’s right about the recording medium. Tube amps gave better sound, too. I’m actually looking for an old McIntosh tube amp now. They’re still pricey, too.

  302. Lindsey Buckingham is one of my favorite guitarists ever.

    Segue: I was watching Paul McCartney’s “Chaos & Creation at Abbey Road.” If you haven’t seen it and you like McCartney’s music, it’s a remarkable portrait of an genius artist’s creative process. I found the show to be quite revealing, and I was a little awestruck at his extemporaneous creative talent.

  303. Ann Richards was somewhat tolerable back when she started off as a Travis County Commissioner back in ’76.
    I remember her knocking on my door in Hyde Park after I worked a 48 hour shift in the oilpatch, waking me up and catching some shit for that
    Didnt faze her one bit.
    I admired her for that

  304. Yeah, I’ve been listening to a lot of stuff from them.

  305. Did anybody disregard anybody else’s bumper sticker and go a-knockin’ on their van anyway today?

  306. If y’all have tastes for rare 70s music, I’m all ears. I love finding music from that era I missed.

    I missed this version of “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet” by Burton Cummings first time around. I found it a couple of years ago, and the whole album is super cool.

  307. Just got a letter from Blue Cross
    Our Texas high risk pool coverage is going up to almost 2500 bucks per month
    Hole E Shit
    My wife is still lying down after reading that

  308. Jazz
    Don’t think you missed too much
    The 80’s was lots better

  309. Our Texas high risk pool coverage is going up to almost 2500 bucks per month
    Hole E Shit

    Fuck you, Obama. Goddammit. Good people are getting fucked so hard. I WILL NOT enroll in this bullshit. Fuck him. Fuck it all.

  310. I couldn’t afford $2500/mo. No way.

  311. Obama’s taking O Henry’s “Gift of the Magi” national. I despise that story.

  312. The good news is, the Texas High Risk pool is being phased out
    The bad news is, the new Obamacare coverage for us will be 1600-1700 per month

    I need those MD Anderson cancer docs down in Houston and Blue Cross is just about the only to get to see them

    Motherfucker Jugears

  313. HAHAHAHAHA! Great gif, pup!

  314. O Henry was caught embezzling bank funds down in Austin
    It figures

  315. http://is.gd/CG81gV

  316. my favorite strat amp back in the 80s was a Fender Bassman.. tube city

  317. And Oh Henry is a much better candy bar than was Reggie!

  318. So, on the local news they had a tease before the commercial break talking about how a “Hollywood A-Lister” had signed on to play Lex Luthor in the upcoming Superman-Ben Afflek movie. When they came back from the break they announced that it’s…

    …Jesse Eisenberg. Not exactly what I was picturing as a “Hollywood A-Lister.”

  319. I now see “Reggie” and automatically add “Love”.

    *shakes fist at Mare

  320. The Straw That Stirs TFG

  321. O Henry was caught embezzling bank funds down in Austin

    Never heard that before. Interesting.

    That Magi story blows nine kinds of ass. I think I might resent him for writing it. I felt ripped off when I was done reading it, a feeling repeated years later after the last episode of the recent Battle Star Galactica.

  322. Sup moray eels.

  323. Batman must be the biggest Suck franchise in Hollywood history

  324. ‘Sup chicken flamers?

  325. I’m a more eel. I dunno to whom you speak.

  326. chicken flamer

    Worst drink eveh!

  327. ‘Sup Jazzer Greene.

  328. Are you sampling the beverage you’re going to make for wiser’s show tomorrow, MJ?

  329. I like Alvin Greene, Despoiler of Elections

  330. BBIAF

  331. Evening Hostages.

  332. At least Alvin Greene supported offshore drilling

    And showing porno to hot college girls

  333. I have Superbowl Sunday off, but I have to be in at 5 AM on Monday.

    I’ll turn the TV on at 6, and turn it off when I see an Obama.

  334. Hey, Brent.

    __________

    You’ll be watching all of two minutes, Scott. Aren’t we supposed to see some of those stupid healthcare commercials?

  335. Fortunately, I don’t care about this game.

  336. I’m looking forward to watching… it is the last game of the season. *sniffs*

  337. http://www.territorialseed.com/product/wasabi

    omg omg omg omg omg

  338. Nothing but baseball for months.

    Thank God for golf.

  339. Last Superbowl I watched had the Pet.com dog in it

  340. Golf is a scam.

    Wait…

  341. Someone said that watching golf consisted of seeing men in ugly clothes, walking.

  342. If you would rather watch muscle bound men spitting, and scratching private parts, baseball is for you.

  343. College basketball. Squeeeee

  344. Scott
    That sounds like a description of me
    I’m in

  345. seed cray

  346. Seeds really are a scam. Why do you want farmers to go broke?

  347. So, I’m using an e-cig this weekend. I guess I’m getting the nicotine, but it’s kind of unsatisfying so far.

  348. BB’s!

  349. nice Laura,
    I wonder if wasabi grows in zone 9?

  350. Suck like Rosetta at a truckstop, Sean.

  351. Vmax, I looked up the culture information and decided not to get any. It’s ridiculous. The stuff likes a temperature between 50 and 70 degrees, running water, and can’t stand direct sun. They basically grow it on wooded mountainsides and divert wild streams over the growing beds.

    I don’t think so.

  352. Yo, one of you poat writing motherfuckers, I need some help.

  353. You didn’t fuck up the blog, did you bcoch?

  354. Cyn will kill you. And drop your body parts from the car window.

  355. I did not. But I don’t now how to insert a page break. I’m sure I worded that wrong. You know, so the whole damn thing doesn’t show up on the site in one block.

  356. so what the blank could possibly go wrong?

  357. well that rules out my Texas porch Laura

  358. When you’re in the visual editor of the new post dashboard, one fo the buttons up there has it. Make sure you have all the buttons displayed.

  359. Not that I can see xbrad

  360. ‘Sup cucumbers?

  361. Are you sampling the beverage you’re going to make for wiser’s show tomorrow, MJ?

    ———–
    Not yet.

  362. Yo, MJ. Help out. I’m trying to insert a page break in a post.

    I’m trying to get the same thing to happen that happens after your first pic of Keeley when the post is on the main page.

  363. Gimme a sec, Bcock.

  364. “Insert More Tag”

    Done.

  365. Also, you’re youtube embed is fubar’d. You have to strip out the hyperlink to get it to embed.

  366. Fixt.

  367. Yo, MJ. Help out. I’m trying to insert a page break in a post.

    I’m trying to get the same thing to happen that happens after your first pic of Keeley when the post is on the main page.
    ———
    It’s a little button. Looks like two solid lines with a dash in the middle.

  368. Ok, I have a “insert more tag” where I wanted it, just wasn’t sure that would get it done. How do I strip the hyperlink?

  369. It’d be nice if the preview would actually, you know, preview exactly what it will look like when posted.

  370. There’s a broken link icon up on the dash.

    Usually, you can just cut and paste the youtube URL and as long as it is on it’s own line, it should be fine.

  371. Or you could do like I do, and use Windows Live Writer to post on blogs. Much easier, I think.

  372. futhers of muck, sup?

  373. Ok. I think the stupid fucking thing is finally good. Lot of work for some tits. Story of a man’s life, I guess.

    The drinking probably doesn’t help.

  374. Fuck you wiser. Now I’m sitting here crying on my couch.

  375. My homecoming from Desert Storm was quite impressive. Little dinky municipal airport. Damn near midnight. 50 people in the parking lot, drinking champagne and eating caviar. And the we took the party back to my house.

  376. My BiL was welcomed home by the Patriot Guard in Texas.

    http://tinypic.com/r/2eaqmo8/8

    http://tinypic.com/r/5btvly/8
    He’s holding his daughter that he’s just met for the first time and that’s his son, saluting him, at the bottom of the escalator.

  377. The drinking probably doesn’t help.

    Don’t get me started.

  378. Holy shit, Bcock. Budweiser didn’t make me cry, but those pics are making me well up a bit.

  379. >>>Don’t get me started.

    I’m just getting started. First drink in 8 weeks.

  380. Picking up Sean’s slack is killing me.

  381. >>>Holy shit, Bcock. Budweiser didn’t make me cry, but those pics are making me well up a bit.

    I’ve got others that will just rip your heart out. Beautiful pictures, but when you realize the meaning behind them…

  382. You can drink for me too. Dan is having another El Goutcho flareup and I can’t drink to be supportive.

  383. Consider it down, Oso. Man, I’m not drinking anything strong at all, but after being so long without…weeeeee…..

  384. Ladies love me, girls adore me
    I mean even the ones who never saw me
    Like the way that I derp at a show
    The reason why, man, I don’t know

  385. Loadies, come out to playeeeayyyy

  386. *stumbles around*

  387. hahahah whussup, bcoch? Sounds like you’re getting your drink on for the first time in a while – why’d you go sober? Sounded, too, like mebbe you’re diabetic? Doesn’t the alcohol fuck with your sugar?

  388. Going back to bed…

  389. G’morning cool kids.

  390. And there’s the n00b’s…

    NEW POAT


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