Poat in a hurry

Fresh new poat.
cyber-bullying

Beasn made a cake for Jewstin.
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Belly rub for Pupster
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And a classic song to round things out.

Y’all have a good day!

264 Comments

  1. And with that, I’m off to work. Will keep up the prayers for Xmom and Bcoch’s grandpa.

  2. 29° and climbing

  3. Well wishes to xBrad’s mom and BC’s granddad.

  4. Yeah, this will help:

    http://citizensforsafety.org/operation-lipstick/

  5. Prayers for Xmom and Grand-Bcoch.

  6. http://citizensforsafety.org/operation-lipstick/

    If my babymomma isn’t holding my gat while I’m in lockup, how’m I ‘posed ta work afta?

  7. Man, the wind was blowing last night in the DFW area – guess that’s what’s headed your way, Roamy. Stay safe!

  8. THUNDERSNOW!

  9. “Grand-Bcoch.”

    Sounds like a video game that I don’t want.

  10. Biden goes full Biden (again):

    Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday that it would be a good start for the federal health care law if 5 million to 6 million people sign up by the end of March, an acknowledgement that enrollments might fall significantly short of the Obama administration’s unofficial target of 7 million….

    “We didn’t want this to start off as shaky as it did,” he said. “But it’s complicated.”…

    Biden acknowledged that “we may not get to 7 million, but if we get to 5 or 6 million that’s a hell of a start.”

    http://cbsloc.al/1h0pxBs

    I’m chuckling pretty hard here – Obama has to be wiping Obamastripes out of his shorts this morning. :D

  11. Sen. Kay Hagan (D-NC) has committed an anatomical impossibility upon herself:

    In 2009, Senator Kay Hagan (D-NC) promised North Carolinians who depend on Medicare that she was going to “protect Medicare” and that they would “not see a drop in their Medicare coverage.”

    But in 2010 Kay Hagan voted to slash Medicare Advantage to pay for ObamaCare. (H.R. 4872, CQ Vote #72: Motion agreed to 56-42: R 0-40; D 54-2; I 2-0, 3/24/10, Hagan Voted Yea)…

    Now, as North Carolina seniors are being crushed under the weight of ObamaCare and as her own poll numbers plummet, Kay Hagan admits in a letter to Centers for Medicare & Medicaid that she cut Medicare for seniors after promising North Carolinians that they wouldn’t “see a drop in their Medicare coverage”

    http://bit.ly/1h0ry0k

    Democrat math:

    Make a promise + Vote for an act that makes honoring that promise impossible = Complaint about obvious, intended, and openly stated results.

    The only way I can figure this is that Dems believe “accountability” pertains to financial ledgers and bookkeeping practices.

  12. Grand-Bcoch’s Bad Fur Day was a pretty good game, by all accounts.

  13. Why… why isn’t it raining?

    WHY IS THERE A SNOWFALL SO THICK I CAN’T SEE THE TREELINE!?

  14. Obama takes another one in the pooper:

    The White House has given up its legal fight to keep secret an unclassified directive President Barack Obama signed in 2010 setting foreign aid policy across the U.S. Government.

    In a sharply-worded opinion issued in December, U.S. District Court Judge Ellen Huvelle rejected the administration’s arguments that Obama’s Presidential Policy Directive on Global Development was protected by executive privilege….

    When Obama signed the aid directive, the White House publicly heralded the order as ushering in a new era in U.S. development policy. Obama aides issued also issued a lengthy fact sheet detailing the order. However, when the Center—formerly known as OMB Watch—filed a Freedom of Information Act request for the document, State Department officials said it needed to be kept secret in order preserve Obama’s ability to engage in frank exchanges with his advisers.

    http://politi.co/1h0tBkU

    We’ve gotta keep up the counter-assault.

  15. *weeps*

  16. Does this mean I can skip filing taxes?

    http://tinyurl.com/pqwju26

  17. WHY IS THERE A SNOWFALL SO THICK I CAN’T SEE THE TREELINE!?

    Because GLOBAL WARMING, that’s why.

    It’s green here today, severe weather-style. Right now, it’s 35* with 100% chance of precipitation (“ice pellets,” of which I’ve never heard, I don’t think).


  18. *weeps*

    Here you go:

  19. Nothing hit us so far. It’s gray. 34.

  20. Time to go do the “lift heavy things” part of my day.

  21. “Ice pellets” are what we get a lot of in the DFW area. Whenever you see white on the ground around here, chances are it’s ice and not snow.

    It’s why we virtually shut down whenever it hits – our roads turn into hockey rinks.

  22. Spoke to soon. Snowing now.

  23. Because hurting their feelings is more offensive than telling the truth and following the law:

    A classroom skit that third-graders were preparing to present in a Prince George’s County elementary school was canceled after a parent alerted school officials to material she thought was offensive to immigrants.

    The short skit — titled “The Uninvited Guest” — tells a story about Uncle Sam and the people who are welcome at a party in his “Country Haven.” In a nod to the nation’s immigration debate, guests who have lived in the country all their lives and those who have visas are invited to attend, but the Uncle Sam character makes it clear that those who do not have visas — those who “sneak into” the party — are not welcome and must leave.

    http://wapo.st/1h0wPVP

  24. My entire driveway has been a hockey rink since december. Luckly, the cars have only slipped off into the drink once. The upcoming global warming/change/weather is going to make it suck even harder.

  25. “Ice pellets” are what we get a lot of in the DFW area. Whenever you see white on the ground around here, chances are it’s ice and not snow.

    Heh. We just call that “winter.”

  26. 9 Things You Need to Know About The John Doe/Scott Walker Investigation Document Dump

    9. An endless investigation… but no crime. The investigation is continuing, but the judge in the case has already ruled that there is no evidence that any crime was committed. The John Doe II probe allegedly centers on charges that Scott Walker’s re-election campaign and dozens of conservative nonprofit groups known as 501(c)(4)s may have illegally coordinated their efforts during the 2012 recall campaign. But in quashing numerous subpoenas, Judge Gregory A. Peterson, the judge presiding over the Doe, has ruled that the prosecutors had not shown “probable cause that the moving parties committed any violations of the campaign finance laws.” What the targets were accused of doing, the judge said, was in fact, protected free speech.

    http://bit.ly/1h0yJ8R

  27. Somehow, I don’t think that LEGAL immigrants would be offended by that skit at all. In fact, most (if not all) of them are mightily offended by people who sneak into the country and are allowed to stay.

  28. We have a layer of ice under our driveway too Carin. It’s covered by snow currently. This Friday it will be a skating rink.

  29. Jazz, I mortified my MiL by not doing RSVP cards for our wedding. I wasn’t going to pay for cards or return postage when I know Mexicans don’t RSVP. We just show up and bring friends and family that aren’t even on the guest list. One of my Mom’s dichos is “Just add more water to the beans”.

  30. Jim Geraghty on the Washington Post’s sudden interest in Scott Walker:

    The other investigation is examining “possible illegal political coordination during the 2012 recall election.” Both investigations we begun by Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisolm, a Democrat, and it will not shock you to learn there is no investigation of union activity during the recall….

    Say, did President Obama ever use government resources for his reelection campaign?…

    Campaign fundraising videos taped within the White House? No problem. HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius calling for Obama’s reelection during a taxpayer-funded trip? Yawn. Blatantly political and partisan messages sent through the Department of Defense’s communication system? Shrug. Then of course there’s the IRS’ sudden interest, scrutiny, and treatment of conservative groups during Obama’s first term.

    http://bit.ly/1h0zGhq

  31. Important honey bee update: My bees are alive! I thought they were dead back with the January polar vortex freeze but right now they’re flying around happily outside the hive. 32 degrees and sunny. The snow is covered with bee poop (it’s called a “cleansing flight”). I guess I’ll be feeding them sugar water in mid-March after all.

  32. Pussy Riot continues to foment discontent!

    Russian punk band Pussy Riot ended their stay in the Olympic city of Sochi on Thursday by posting a video criticizing the Winter Games and President Vladimir Putin.

    The band has been filming in Sochi since Sunday and has had violent run-ins with authorities. They have been detained several times, and on Wednesday militia members attacked the group with horsewhips as they tried to perform under an Olympic sign.

    (emphasis added) http://fxn.ws/1h0Anay

  33. Cool, Jimbro! Funny… My brother is a doctor AND a bee-keeper, too.

  34. We have a layer of ice under our driveway too Carin. It’s covered by snow currently. This Friday it will be a skating rink.

    Yep. the snow on the ice is the only thing that’s made it drive-able for the last few months. Yesterday it got mushy, and that wasn’t good.

    The newest car tracks look a bit scary. lol

  35. It’s like we’re Nerd Brothers!

  36. It’s funny, because I understand how hard it is for you guys in the south when you get something close to our weather. But I can only go so far.

    As a thought experiment – imagine me next summer complaining about the BLISTERING 93 degree weather. We’re just not USED to this. OMG. My car is so hot. Etc.

    lol

    I mean, sure I’m not used to it, and i hate that it gets too hot to run (that’s pretty much my biggest complaint) but I KNOW if I lived further south it would be so much worse, and I’d love to have a low of 83 at night so I could “enjoy” a run in that cool weather.

    (I don’t run if it’s over 70 degrees up here – I’m just not acclimated that that)

  37. My facebook blew up with that Atlanta thing with people attempting to tell me how IT WAS SO MUCH WORSE for them.

    no. It’s not so much worse. We get that stuff all the time. We get ice covered roads. We’re going to get them today.

  38. McDonald’s worker fired after paying for food donation

    http://bit.ly/1h0CA5K

    McDonald’s just effed itself in the A there. Baaaad publicity goes a LONG way.

  39. I agree, Carin. We yankees have the advantage of developing the skills to deal with icy roads on a daily basis for months at a time, and we’re not surprised when ice happens, because the surprise factor is just a fact of life here. I do understand how the collective lack of vehicular control could “panic” huge populations, though. It’s not a stress to which folks in the south are accustomed at all.

  40. We have no plows, or salt trucks, or anything to clear roads or de-ice. Yes, it is only a few inches, but we are totally unprepared for it.

  41. San Diego in a rain shower is insane! Cars sliding, people pulling over to the shoulder, multiple wrecks.

  42. I don’t know what to say about this. This is the among worst of the human condition. I found this to be a very sad and painful read. I’m not even gonna quote it – it’s about a kid-killing whackjob.

    http://sgfnow.co/1h0EOlA

  43. Very intense pictures from Ukraine: http://on.mash.to/1h0GfR5

  44. Oh, I wasn’t attempting to compare the two – obviously you guys up in the North are used to those conditions, and have the tools to cope with just about anything Mother Nature throws your way.

    I just meant that most of the time whenever we get the frozen stuff, it tends to come down in hard pellets, rather than soft flakes. If we’re lucky, the ground is too warm for most of it to stick.

    I can’t even imagine what it must be like to deal with that for months on end!

  45. I came home the other day and the street was just shut down. The city was using dump trucks and front loaders to pick up the snow.

    I just sort of looked around thinking…but I need to go down that road to get home. There’s only one entrance to the garage.

    I ran more errands.

  46. More cracks in the union-Democrat alliance

    http://on.wsj.com/1h0HPCp

  47. Some Hostage was picking up his daughter:

  48. A critique of the mouthjob given to Obama by liberal historians and published at Politico yesterday. We had a bit of fun with it, if you remember.

    http://bit.ly/1h0Iunn

  49. This is a nice little sentence tucked in the NBC news article about Ukraine.

    ‘Protests began peacefully last year but have been increasingly characterized by smaller, more extreme elements — many aligned with the far right — who have clashed with riot police.’

    WTF?

  50. 9 Things You Need to Know About The John Doe/Scott Walker Investigation Document Dump

    Only one thing you need to know – they are throwing anything and everything to bring him down, no matter what. It’s all about the perception of shennanigans.

    Look what was done to Scooter Libby, the Alaskan senator right before election time, Tom Delay, the drum beat on Bush and Cheney.

  51. I’ll have to agree that the South has it worse in that, as Oso remarks, they do not have the budget for tons of plows and salt/chemical storage. So give them a inch or two of snow and ice, they have to shut down.

  52. We have no plows, or salt trucks, or anything to clear roads or de-ice. Yes, it is only a few inches, but we are totally unprepared for it.

    Yep. and we’re pretty unprepared for hot weather as well. That’s why the kids in the cities open up the fire hydrants. Not everyone has a/c. Some cars up here don’t have it. But I rarely see anyone in the South being sympathetic, because – rightly- they deal with that all the time.

    It’s really just a comparison. It’s a local story here when it’s hot. It is a national story when they get snow in the South and roads are paralyzed by an inch of snow. And it’s not even the coverage that irks me. It’s the lectures, from Southerns (on facedouche, mostly) of the ‘YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND WE HAD AN INCH OF ICE.”

    Yes. Inch of ice. I know it well. ANd our snow plows don’t remove that either. And when we get an inch of ice, it’s usually so cold the salt we use don’t work.

  53. Some Hostage was picking up his daughter:

    hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahah!

  54. Protests began peacefully last year but have been increasingly characterized by smaller, more extreme elements — many aligned with the far right — who have clashed with riot police.’

    WTF?

    That there is prepping the masses for when Obama must bring out the tanks to shut down the evil militant tea-partiers.

  55. beasn, we’ve had to much snow that the cities don’t have the money to pay to remove it anymore.

    And, if you live in Detroit – they don’t ploy the neighborhoods anyway. Rural communities the same. My one friend was stuck in her house for 4 days.

  56. We should all buy nice little retirement condos in a development.

    I’ll open a liquor store.

  57. And when we get an inch of ice, it’s usually so cold the salt we use don’t work.

    My favorite is when the salt melts the ice and then the salty meltwater re-freezes. People THINK the roads are passable because the salt truck has been by, and the roads are actually like greased-up ice rinks. Meltwater makes fast ice.

  58. McNider and Christy: Why Kerry Is Flat Wrong on Climate Change
    It was the scientific skeptics who bucked the ‘consensus’ and said the Earth was round.

    The warming numbers most commonly advanced are created by climate computer models built almost entirely by scientists who believe in catastrophic global warming. …We might forgive these modelers if their forecasts had not been so consistently and spectacularly wrong. From the beginning of climate modeling in the 1980s, these forecasts have, on average, always overstated the degree to which the Earth is warming compared with what we see in the real climate….

    When the failure of its predictions become clear, the modeling industry always comes back with new models that soften their previous warming forecasts, claiming, for instance, that an unexpected increase in the human use of aerosols had skewed the results. After these changes, the models tended to agree better with the actual numbers that came in—but the forecasts for future temperatures have continued to be too warm.

    The modelers insist that they are unlucky because natural temperature variability is masking the real warming. They might be right, but when a batter goes 0 for 10, he’s better off questioning his swing than blaming the umpire.

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

  59. The Hobbit Hole is a total shambles and the workman are worse than kids when it comes to going in and out the door.

  60. Big win, Dave. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

  61. Regarding the White House initiative to raise the minimum wage to $10.10/hr by 2016, The chair of the Council of Economic Advisers, Jason Furman, declared, “Zero is a perfectly reasonable estimate of the impact” and advised business on how to deal with an increase in labor costs:

    Furman, however, gave the private sector some words of wisdom in how businesses can ignore a massive increase in labor costs. In a conference call from the White House on Tuesday, he told businesses that hiking the wage “increases motivation,” which would offer “overall benefits for productivity.”

    Therefore, Furman advises businesses that they have other options. “The other margins on which firms can adjust — for example, reduced profits — mean that there is substantial literature that has found little or no employment impact on the minimum wage,” Furman told reporters.

    This is one of the most revealing statements made by this administration about its economic policy and its worldview. Their vision of an American economy is not one in which wealth gets created in a dynamic environment and creates jobs and opportunities that in turn create more wealth, jobs, and opportunities. This White House sees the economy as a static, zero-sum game in which investors and business owners simply should be told to accept “reduced profits” while government shapes the markets to their own purposes.

    (Emphasis added) http://bit.ly/1nQKXBR

  62. So, two weeks ago, I got a flu shot. I swear the pharmacist hit the bone when she jabbed me and then she jabbed me above the spot she swabbed with alcohol. My arm hurt like a f*cker after walking out of there and for two days after. I had a hard time getting my shirt on and off.

    The arm still hurts but not as bad. WTF?

    Also, getting the shot at the end of a cold, brought the cold back. Just now getting over it again.

  63. Just… Wow.

    Concordia University’s director of public safety was fired after a female employee told police he masturbated in her office, according to police reports….

    A female employee reported seeing Margis exiting her office while buttoning his pants and fastening his belt two days earlier, according to a police report. After he left, she discovered semen in one of her shoes, O’Shea said.

    http://bit.ly/1nQLlQJ

    That’s not hot.

  64. I had a hard time getting my shirt on and off.

    Ohhh, boy. That’s gonna get some attention. ;)

  65. The IRS Is at a Tipping Point: Under Attack, Distrusted, and Underfunded

    FTA:

    The IRS relies on tax preparers to file accurate returns on behalf of taxpayers. But many preparers are not required to receive training and can be declared a tax professional by paying a $64.25 fee to the IRS. A federal court on Tuesday rejected the agency’s effort to license such preparers.

    http://bit.ly/1nQM6t5

    Yeah – THAT’S the IRS’ problem – “unlicensed tax preparers.” Unlicensed tax preparers have no bearing on the ability of the IRS to carry out its ever-morphing mission. The article implies that unlicensed tax preparers are unqualified to prepare taxes. Even if they were only as qualified at the unqualified people who hire them, unlicensed tax preparers wouldn’t ADD to the IRS’ burden of dealing with erroneous returns, and I find it hard to believe that the numbers of unqualified unlicensed tax preparers and taxpayers unqualified to prepare their own returns are equivocal.

    AND, the IRS exceeded the plain language of governing authority in trying to institute licensure requirements, so the federal court isn’t the bad actor in that case – the IRS is.

  66. Polar Vortex says “Hah-HA!”

    A new study broadens a notion held by the earliest criminologists: Periods of higher temperatures — on an hour-by-hour or week-to-week basis — are likely to produce more crime.

    The study by Matthew Ranson of Abt Associates, a research and consulting firm in Cambridge, Mass., suggests global warming will trigger more crimes including murders and rapes over the next century, with social costs estimated to run as high as $115 billion.

    http://lat.ms/1nQNg7Q

    Chicken Little called! She wants her mantra back.

  67. Probably hit near a branch of the axillary nerve

    http://tinyurl.com/lattj6q

  68. Netflix Is Building an Artificial Brain Using Amazon’s Cloud

    http://wrd.cm/1nQNJah

    I wanted to quote something here. It’s interesting, but the article really contains no captivating quotes. It IS really interesting, though.

  69. Beasn, several years ago I had a really bad cold, and as HotBride and I had just started dating, she insisted I go to the doctor. Normally I just shrug colds off, but new love…

    Anyway, the doc said he couldn’t do anything about the cold, but maybe a B12 shot would toughen my resistance. Shots NEVER bother me, but this one hurt like HOLY HELL. It was a syringe hooke up to a big old bottle of serum, so it went on for a long time. On the way out I became nauseous and nearly fainted in the lobby.

    My arm ached so badly for days I couldn’t even use it. It just hung there limp.

    I don’t know what that nurse did to me, but I told Lesley I was never going back.

  70. I cannot for the life of me bring myself to read to completion an article in the New Yorker. Dear gawd, what a tedious compendium of pablum and dreck.

  71. Doctors are a scam.

  72. I’ll open a liquor store.

    I’ve always wanted to be an assistant manager.

  73. Periods of higher temperatures — on an hour-by-hour or week-to-week basis — are likely to produce more crime.

    Drowning deaths have a high correlation with periods of warmer temps as well. Gosh, so mysterious. Someone ought to apply for a research grant.

  74. High temperatures are why Mexico has so much crime.

  75. BTW, I hope you all know, lawyers are a scam, too. I’m damn near working for free on this fecking case I took from another firm to salvage it. I’ll be lucky if I get paid for a third of the time I put in on it. Those other attorneys just fucked this client so bad. Scam.

  76. Jimbro, probably.

    She jabbed high on the arm and hit a nerve (most of the pain is below the injection site) – though it felt like the bone. I normally don’t have problems with pain and needles but this time, it hurt as soon as she jabbed and increased as she pushed in the goo.
    I should probably give them a call and let them know they need some more practice. My husband had a different pharmacist at the same CVS give him one and he had no issues….said he barely felt the needle and he’s a bigger wuss than I am.

  77. I’m pre-law.

  78. I’m pre-law.

    Change your major.

  79. Research indicates that girls like to be complimented.

    *holds out hand for $1M grant

  80. Okay, pre-med then.

  81. …radiates below the site….

  82. I need at least $2M to determine whether body sprays help men score.

  83. Research indicates that women love shoes.

  84. Anyone surprised at this? Government “workers” want to know why they’re so reviled?

    Between snow days, official holidays and the government shutdown, federal employees have worked a normal business day less than 75 percent of the time since Oct. 1, marking a startlingly chaotic beginning to the fiscal year.

    Offices have been closed in whole or in part for 27 of the 105 weekdays so far in the fiscal year, according to a Washington Times analysis of announcements from the federal Office of Personnel Management that found the government was closed for 21 days because of the shutdown, snow days or holidays. Delayed openings or unscheduled leave and telework policies were in effect for six more days.

    http://bit.ly/1nQRAnQ

  85. This weather is filthy.

  86. Research indicates that women love shoes.

    According to the story above, though, not so much shoes with sperm (shoes cum cum?) in them.

  87. Gross

  88. Maybe they just haven’t tried those shoes, Jazz.

  89. That might have CROSSED THE LINE, Jazz.

    And it’s gross.

    Also, I need $5M to study women’s shoe paraphilia in male office workers.

  90. I didn’t see the line. MJ’s Muppet dolls were laying on it, naked.

  91. Laura

    If that were true, why is there so little reported crime on the sun?

  92. Watch this:

    Beasn, you look lovely today and I always laugh at your comments.

  93. MJ! Beasn is a married woman!

  94. That might have CROSSED THE LINE, Jazz.

    And it’s gross.

    Also, I need $5M to study women’s shoe paraphilia in male office workers.

    I don’t know what part of that is the funniest. I keep laughed at every line. :D

  95. Unreported crime, TJ. Those Sol residents are a quiet bunch.

    Like the Russian Mafia.

  96. MJ! Beasn is a married woman!
    ——————
    Yes, yes. I know that. I was simply pointing out that she is now making me a sammich because of the compliment.

    See how that works?

  97. That’s just blatantly manipulative, MJ. I’m shocked.

    Taken aback, really.

  98. Dear God. This is abominable:

    In 2012, there were more black babies killed by abortion (31,328) in New York City than were born there (24,758), and the black children killed comprised 42.4% of the total number of abortions in the Big Apple, according to a report by the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene….

    In total, there were 73,815 abortions, which means the 31,328 black babies aborted comprised 42.4% of the total abortions.

    For Hispanic women, there were 22,917 abortions in New York City in 2012, which is 31% of the total abortions.

    abortion
    Black and Hispanic abortions combined, 54,245 babies, is 73% of the total abortions in the Big Apple in 2012.

    http://bit.ly/1meKqe2

  99. If right wingers were really the racists they say we are, we’d be pro-choice.

  100. Beasn, you look lovely today and I always laugh at your comments.

    You know what I hate? A suck-up.

    (smooths down cow-lick)

  101. I’m not a shoe person. If I could hoard something, it would be guinea pigs and diamonds. But I’m not rich, so that ain’t happening.

  102. Quick survey of H2 women:

    You like cum in your shoes: True or False.

  103. 2nd Amendment

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

    10 USC §311:

    (a) The militia of the United States consists of all able-bodied males at least 17 years of age and, except as provided in section 313 of title 32, under 45 years of age who are, or who have made a declaration of intention to become, citizens of the United States and of female citizens of the United States who are members of the National Guard. (b) The classes of the militia are – (1) the organized militia, which consists of the National Guard and the Naval Militia; and (2) the unorganized militia, which consists of the members of the militia who are not members of the National Guard or the Naval Militia.

    Just a reminder and all. While the rights preserved in the 2nd aren’t dependent on being in the militia, a very large portion of the population is in the militia and doesn’t even know it.

  104. false

  105. Relevant to our status as a poop blog, and to human freedom and health, and how the FDA undermines both.

  106. I wonder how this is gonna affect the jenkum market.

  107. Carin is such a good sport.

  108. When did people start fapping at work so much? WTF?

  109. It’s raining now.

  110. I can relate to everything she’s saying here: http://youtu.be/Hvds2AIiWLA

    Can we trade them for most of CA’s population? The Golden Staters clearly don’t want freedom as much as the Ukrainians.

  111. So I guess Cossacks are Pussy (Riot) whipped

  112. When did people start fapping at work so much? WTF?
    Comment by Jazz on February 20, 2014 2:41 pm

    It’s raining now.”

    Unfortunate timing there.

  113. >>>Relevant to our status as a poop blog, and to human freedom and health, and how the FDA undermines both.

    I donate regularly

  114. When did people start fapping at work so much? WTF?

    Jimbro even has a manual!

  115. The FAP Book!

  116. People do a lot of FapBook at work, or so I hear.

  117. A page from the FAPBook

  118. Jimbro even has a manual!

    Not an automatic?

  119. While I was in law school, a certain judge on the Oakland County Circuit Court was warned by the court administrative IT office to quit looking at porn on state computers. This judge was the squarest of squares and a real hard-ass. When he inquired as to log-on times for the pornscapades, the IT office informed him that the computer in his chambers had regularly been logging into porn sites after 5:30 PM, and the judge religiously left the building at 5 PM every day; he could not have been the offender.

    The judge instructed the IT office to rig up a webcam in his office in hopes of catching the miscreant pornophile. After the next incident, the webcam revealed the perp to be one of the judge’s law clerks, who would sit in the judge’s office chair and jerk off while indulging his prurient proclivities.

    Before calling the law clerk in to his office to address the situation, the judge had the court media department deliver and large-screen monitor and dvd equipment to his chambers. The judge, the law clerk, and the IT manager then had a private screening. From what I understand, the judge made the clerk watch the entire episode before the judge fired him. I can only imagine how horrible that was for everyone in that room.

  120. Jazz, did you ever have any cases in Rae Lee Chabot’s courtroom?

  121. I can only imagine how horrible that was for everyone in that room.

    I bet the judge got off on it (power trip-wise), or he wouldn’t have made it happen.

  122. Where is Bcoch? A lady from NC called into a local radio program today, she had just pulled her 12 YO out of school over common core.

    She said there are two portals into common core, one for the student and one for the parents. This way the parents can see what they are learning. The parental portal is apparently bullshit.

    The following video was a homework assignment.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cB5YHMVM0Eg

  123. Pneumonia. They are admitting Xmom.

  124. More prayers for Xmom.

  125. -work 8+ hours
    -lift heavy things
    -shop for cat and people food
    -take the trash bin to the curb (not a short walk)
    -call Sallie Mae and tell them not to send the loan to collections
    -clean the chicken coop
    -eat lots of food to recover better from lifting heavy things

    Mid-day update. More eating to do, but I’m pretty sure I can call it good.

  126. Huh oh. Sending good vibes for fast healing, xbrad.

  127. scott, I am sure they were also given a similar assignment regarding Christianity and Judaism, right? Right?

  128. BCoch
    Is over at AoSHQ, battling the anti-Rick Perry forces

  129. Poor xmom. Hope they get her fixed up nice and good.

  130. I have crackfat in an hour. I hope the roads are drivable.

    It’s not looking good.

  131. Beasn, I’m pretty sure the only education most kids get about Christianity is how awful the Crusades were and how mean they were to Galileo.

    They may mention Luther and Indulgences, too, and how Jesus was actually gay, which is why there’s no mention of a wife in the bible, but I confess that I’m merely speculating on that point.

  132. Ok, so we’ve got a yoga chick that teaches a class after the thursday crackfat class … she came in the other day an applied for a job.

    Not sure. Too much like crossing streams.

    I’m gonna have to give it a thumbs down.

  133. Jazz, did you ever have any cases in Rae Lee Chabot’s courtroom?

    Yes, I did. Why do you axe?

  134. A job at the restaurant?

    Why deny her an Obamajob?

  135. Jesus was probably gay.

    @@

    Of course you knew this stuff was out there.

  136. I bet the judge got off on it (power trip-wise), or he wouldn’t have made it happen.

    The guy jerked off in the judge’s chair, at the judge’s computer. I don’t have any sympathy whatsoever. That guy deserves all the discomfort that can be heaped upon him without violating law.

  137. Get well soon Xmom

  138. For one, she does YOGA. Plus, I looked at her application. She’s worked at PJ CHangs, and coffee places. Plus she has “model/actress” as one of her previous jobs, and she lived in California for a long time.

    Nope. This isn’t going to work for me.

  139. She and I lived on the same street and graduated high school together.

  140. Of course you knew this stuff was out there.

    I didn’t know, I guessed. The Pink Mafia is nothing if not predictable.

    I understand. She’s a cultist in a different cult, and probably a liberal twatwaffle who’s looking forward to freedom from work. I’ll give crackfat that much, it’s largely devoid of hippie woo-woo shizz.

  141. My one and only year in St Louis I had my own office connected through an internal hallway with 4 other offices. On the weekends the residents had free rein of the office to get records, use computers and sleep if they had time. One Monday I came in and discovered a whole chat session one of the residents had been having on line with some woman. Married guy. I just told my secretary to have IT wipe the computer and put a passcode on it. This was in the infancy of computerized medical records.

  142. http://www.dailywritingtips.com/free-rein-or-free-reign/

    For Hotspur

    TYIA

  143. You should have asked her to have the keyboard disinfected, too, Jimbro.

  144. I wish you lived closer to me, Hotspur. I need a contractor’s advice on a small case I have.

  145. Just email me.

  146. Jimbro, someday people will say ask and axe mean the same thing because of general mis-usage.

  147. When that happens, I will start openly carrying an axe.

    I will use it for questions.

  148. She’s a cultist in a different cult, and probably a liberal twatwaffle who’s looking forward to freedom from work. I’ll give crackfat that much, it’s largely devoid of hippie woo-woo shizz.

    xactly.

  149. I’m beginning to think the original 3 day estimate on the kitchen was a load of codswallop.

  150. 3 days for a kitchen?

    Ahahahahahahahahahahaa

    Sorry.

  151. Don’t axe me no questions and I’ll tell you no lies.

  152. Thanks, Hotspur. I’ll talk to my client tomorrow and then get with you.

  153. 3 days for a kitchen?

    Only if it is comprised of a Coleman stove and 5 gallon water bag hanging from a tree as the sink.

  154. Oops. I think the actual line is “So don’t axe me no questions, and I won’t tell you no lies.”

  155. Hotspur – Counters and backsplash only.

  156. She and I lived on the same street and graduated high school together.

    I don’t have any specific memories of any cases I had in front of her, which means she wasn’t a remarkably good or bad judge, I guess.

  157. I mean, I do remember appearing in front of her, but nothing from the cases stands out. I think she hosed me on a motion for summary disposition once, but that’s not really a thing – judges like to give parties the benefit of the doubt when they can.

  158. I did my kitchen in 3 days.

    The first was me, my wife, and my dad removing the old kitchen.
    The second was the professionals installing cabinetry.
    The third day was me installing the oven, microwave, and sink.

  159. http://tinyurl.com/mvbk5o3

    Someday is now.

  160. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAH

  161. The newscaster called the three misunderstood youths “thugs”.

    He didn’t get the memo about thug being the new N-word?

  162. The newscaster called the three misunderstood youths “thugs”.

    He didn’t get the memo about thug being the new N-word?

    Salt ‘n Peppa get a pass.

  163. I thought thugs was an acronym:

    Those
    Helpful
    Union
    GuyS

  164. Ahhhh – thanks, Chrispy!!! I saw that for the first time the other day and made nothing of it.

  165. XBrad, sorry to hear about XMom. Please give her a gentle hug and kiss from us. ♥♥♥

  166. If “thug” is a racist word, shouldn’t it refer to brown people rather than black?

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thuggee

  167. Poor Pogo. Well, thank goodness you were able to get her into the hospital, xbrad. Good son.

  168. ::cough::

    *scratches hump*

  169. Cover your mouth.

  170. Your Mom.

  171. OMG! H&B is broken! I can’t see Thursday Random!

    AHHHHHHHHH!

    *runs into wall

  172. Sarah Hoyt’s all-gif poat on SFWA is worth your time.

  173. Too bad that mom didn’t hit one or two of the thugs in that break-in.

  174. Tits

  175. Ho Le Crap.

    What have you been up to Herr?

  176. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qCBsJ673tRI

  177. HERR!!!!!!!!

    *tackle-hugs Mr. M*

  178. How’s Sophie these days? Running the world yet?

  179. Balls

  180. >>>What have you been up to Herr?

    At the moment I’m on hold. Other than that, living the dream.

  181. >>>How’s Sophie these days? Running the world yet?

    Don’t be ridiculous. She just turned 3. We haven’t even built our first centrifuge together……

  182. Sarah Hoyt’s all-gif poat on SFWA is worth your time.

    Seconded. FUNNY.

  183. OK. Back to work. I miss you guys, but life has been a whirlwind. I hope to normalize things in the next several weeks. Or my wife will kill me.

    (Did I say that last part outloud?…..)

  184. Don’t be such a stranger. Asshole.
    {{M’wah}}

  185. Afternoon.

  186. Whatja build today, Jewstin?

  187. Today I built nineteen (19) of these:

    http://tinyurl.com/q4e695c

  188. http://tinyurl.com/kcv4l2z

    3″ of snow last Thursday, high of 73 today, and yes, I turned on the A/C in my car on the way to pick up Mini-me.

  189. Sent you an e-mail, Roamy ♥♥♥

  190. Where’d everybody go?

  191. Did anybody have a chuckle over the real translation of anybody else’s Chinese character tattoo today?

  192. Made dinner, TiFW. Chicken stew and biscuits.

  193. OK, XSis2 is with XMom. XMom is still in the ER. She’s a sick puppy. Pulse is a bit high, resps are a bit high, but they always are, and her Pulse O2 is in the mid 90s. But her BP tanked soon after arriving. They’ve already pumped 3 liters of saline and a metric shitload of antibiotics into her.

    XSis2 is a nurse practitioner, so it makes more sense to have her riding shotgun on XMom right now than me.

  194. Do they have any idea what kind of infection it is?

  195. Sean, I don’t know how long it takes to run the cultures.

  196. Well, whatever it is, I hope they’re on top of it and that your ma gets better. I’ll check back later for updates.

  197. Thx.

  198. >>>Sean, I don’t know how long it takes to run the cultures.

    Speaking from ongoing personal experience, anywhere from 24 to 72 hours.

  199. Continued Prayers for Xmom.

  200. Get some rest, XBrad. If you guys need anything, please let us know –

  201. How’s your grandpa doing, BC?

  202. He’s doing better Teresa, thanks. The cultures are taking forever to grow. They think it’s because he was already on antibiotics for a few days. It was suppressing the infection but not eradicating it.

    His feet are still fairly swollen, but his legs are back down to about normal size. He says the pain is much less than it was. He’s been in the hospital since Monday morning, so he’s getting to the point where he’s antsy and wants out. But he knows he needs to stay until he’s completely better.

  203. bcoch, thanks for the update. Still Praying.

  204. Sorry to hear about your mom XB.

    Glad for the encouraging news on your grandpa BC.

    DiT

  205. Sounds good bcoch.

  206. I appreciate it. xbrad, yours will be in my prayers.

  207. Wanting out is good.

  208. Yeah, only problem scott is that typically he starts badgering the nurses and doctors and leaves before they would prefer it.

    I think he gets that that would be a really bad idea this time.

  209. “Yeah, only problem scott is that typically he starts badgering the nurses and doctors and leaves before they would prefer it.”

    I totally get that.

  210. OK, 3 liters of IV fluid. Mom was able to pass urine. Still weak as a kitten. Got her out of the ER and into ICU. Still in bad shape.

    Prayers to BCock’s G’pa. And many thanks for the support.

    Assholes.

  211. Why not 4 liters?

    Hoping for the best xBrad.

  212. Good to hear about GrampaCock – feisty is good.

    And here’s wishing some feisty to Pogo too.

  213. GrampaCock

    Taken out of context, this looks like a bad working title for a Jackass movie. But meant with love and hopefully a snigger.

  214. Oh I laughed Cyn.

  215. Good :)

  216. So I’m kind of at a loss for a Saturday poat at the moment. Any suggestions out there?

  217. I’m glad this day is almost over-what suckage. Been messing with the Axeman’s glucose sensor and insulin correction doses all freaking day long (he stayed home from school). Amount of work accomplished today: zero. A few extra hugs from my baby boy: priceless.

  218. So I’m kind of at a loss for a Saturday poat at the moment. Any suggestions out there?

    Something serene. Sand dunes. Oceans.

    Do you like Piña colada?

  219. Getting caught in the rain

  220. You could do a poat about cover tunes.

  221. >>>You could do a poat about cover tunes.

    Wiser would have a stroke.

    …………hmmm…..

  222. Actually, that’s not a bad idea.

    I could throw out a few of my favorite covers and let you jackals….I mean, Hostages….take it from there with your favorites.

  223. Cyn really likes Pink Floyd. How about Pink Floyd covers?

  224. Roger Waters creeps me out

    His Pali obsession is obscene

  225. Sunuvabi….

  226. Pink Floyd it is!!

  227. DAMMIT.

  228. For Cyn… NO ONE ELSE

  229. Good vibes sent out to Xbad and Bcock for the misfortunes of their close relatives.

  230. TJ, yes. Pressure grows on celebtards to boycott Israel, and Waters gets a pass for his Anti-Semitic vitriol.

  231. I can’t believe Goodbye Yellow Brick Road turns 40 this year *Drinks*

  232. ♫Not. ♫CLICKing.♪Dave♪

  233. Cyn, sounds like you got plenty of IMPORTANT stuff done today.

  234. gowan

  235. Clicked.

    DAMMITALLTOHELLLLLLL!!

  236. Hahaha

  237. eh heh heh heh

  238. DiT, I really liked the phone baby meme you posted earlier. Very cute stuff.

  239. I wonder if anyone ever covered Milli Vanilli?

  240. I’ma be a total downer here, but look around.

    This is the way the world ends, not with a bang, but a whimper:

    Venezuela and Ukraine, Syria, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Central African Republic, Libya, Egypt, Iran, Afghanistan, Iraq…
    It’s all crumbling around us.

    The Ohio national guard is doing drills where the 2nd amendment enthusiasts are “The Enemy”.

    Hang on to your hats, here it comes.

    And now, back to your regular scheduled programming.

    Sorry, being depressed and drinking…

  241. The “Phone Baby” meme was very cute…

  242. I wonder if anyone ever covered Milli Vanilli?

    Weird Al parodied them.

  243. I will git ewe back, Dave. Muahahahaha.

  244. People getting their panties in a bunch over Nugent’s indelicate comments….. SMH

  245. ChrisP, hang in there. I’m right with you. Very hard to “Smile” right now. At least you have the H2 where we can make each other laugh.

  246. Nugent just doubled down. He had a post on FB and he tweeted a response about the response to his comment.

  247. Oso, I think they are more concerned about how it reflects on Abbot than they are about the comments themselves.

  248. People are dead because of TFG and the MFM wants to talk about Ted-speak. Moloch Barbie is all about killing babies, but “words” are getting the focus. At least Ted has a forum to pound back.

  249. You have no one to blame now but yourself Cyn.

  250. Seriously, wonder what Ambassador Stevens would say given the chance. Or Brian Terry or the Ft Hood dead.

  251. Whatever happened to “Sticks and stones”? (gets off soapbox before frothing at mouth occurs)

  252. >> I will git ewe back, Dave. Muahahahaha.

    well, fuck. OK BRING IT

    also phone baby meme was so fine

  253. >>>Whatever happened to “Sticks and stones”? (gets off soapbox before frothing at mouth occurs)

    Pussies started getting to set the parameters.

  254. I attended school during the forefront of the pussification of American schools. We had student court at my school. Other students got to adjudicate punishment for situations and set the penalties. It was better than zero tolerance, but it was still BS.

  255. >>>We had student court at my school.

    Hehehe. I went before the Student Judiciary Council my freshman year in college as a character witness/witness to the actual incident for a buddy of mine.

    They didn’t like me much.

  256. My brother was a collegiate baseball player that went on to become a lawyer. I have several lawyers in my family. My cousin who’s a lawyer, married another lawyer. The priest at their wedding was captured and interrogated by Nazi’s in WWII. He cautioned them to “Be kind to each other.” He thought lawyers were worse than Nazis.

  257. New poat.

  258. My brother represented me in the “Jerry Krell” case when I was a 6th grader. He was a witness in the Cynethia Randall case. I got in-house suspension for that one.

  259. I have no idea what that means oso.

  260. I went before student court for fighting in school. I think lawyers start showing signs of being good lawyers at an early age.


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