Hybrid Darth Kitty Goat Butt

Brilliant!

 

EDIT [Cyn]

This is for the meat-up Sept 5-7, 2014:

 

474 Comments

  1. Wakey wakey.

    how’s day one of sammich making, pupster?

  2. I thought about doing the math on running a go-kart with an electric motor and a small portable generator, then I got tired and thought better of it.

    I wonder why that guy bothered?

  3. Also, expired sudafed works just fine and doesn’t let me sleep just the same as fresh.

    Went to bed at 2, animals got me up at 7. I want more sleep.

  4. Puppy is finally starting to settle down. But now I have to feed the horses.

  5. HDKGB.

  6. Death goat

  7. Chipmunk in the house.

    Attempt #`1 was a total failure. Chipmunk has retreated into the “mancave”/storage area.

    I fear all is lost. I told the kids to send the cat in after it.

  8. At least you’ll be able to hear that Prius coming a long ways away

  9. Goats are more useful than puppies. Should have got goats.

  10. Car in, do you have plaster of paris and oats?

  11. Nerve block wore off last night, a lot of pain in Mrs. Pupster’s elbow this morning. Nessie is going nuts because I won’t let her go see mommy, and I have to lock her up whenever Mrs. is out of bed.

    I moved her crate out of our room and she is pissed off and being a whiney bitch. Nessie I mean.

    Mrs. Pupster is watching the clock for the next pain pill.

    I haven’t had a sammich in 2 days.

  12. i bet the death goat could get the chipmunk,.

  13. Leon, nope. I have oats, as in oatmeal.

  14. Can your boys make you a sammich?

  15. Stardog chased a bunny rabbit this morning. Fastest I’ve seen her move since we got her. To say she is a low energy goggy would be an understatement. We’ve tried all the usual frisbee and ball chasing tricks but that’s not working. on the plus side she does like getting her ears and belly scritched.

  16. Get a chipmunk in your house, Jimbro. That’ll perk stardog up.

  17. I spend a lot of time warning parents about the whole nerve block wearing off thing as I’m sure her surgeon did as well. Parents put their kids to bed with the body part still numb from the local and then they wake up in the morning or middle of the night and start howling. For the first day or two I recommend prophylactic ibuprofen and tylenol on a schedule and a quick trigger on the narcotic component.

  18. Your martin house comment from yesterday made me giggle cArIn.

    I bought two bags of fun size Twix candy bars and placed them next to Mrs. Pupster’s side of the bed. I told the boys they get one every time they check on her. Positive re enforcement training.

    So far Mrs. Pupster has eaten a bag and a half of fun size Twix. Should have gotten something harder to open with one hand.

  19. We tend to leave our garage doors open during the day and there’s been a few times where squirrels have gotten inside. They usually leave on their own but one time a squirrel took off running to the ceiling and found a hole to the attic I had no idea was there. He eventually left on his own. I bought a havaheart trap the next day to be ready for the next one.

    Chipmunk in the house happened once when Paula and I were living separately. We trapped it in one room and between the two of us managed to kill it. We had to tell the boys we were putting it out in the field and they couldn’t see it because they’d scare it. We avoided some therapy bills there.

  20. They told us no ibuprofen Jimbro. She is taking Tylenol even though it upsets her tummy. It’s that serious.

    What does it mean when they “release the ulna nerve”?

  21. I’m obsessive about watching that martin house, puppy. I’ve wanted some of my very own for so long, but I’d better see some men-birds. good, solid, nest building men-birds. Who will be around to build a martin community in my little gourd structure.

    Otherwise, what do i have? Detroit. Right here in my yard.

    I don’t know if the males are just wandering during the day or what? they could be sitting on the eggs for all I know.

    good thinking with the twix bars. i mean, good intention. You need to perhaps move them out of the Mrs reach?

  22. The plaster and oats trick is what my mom always did. You could bait with oats and have a tennis racket handy, I guess.

  23. I have a live trap that would work for a chipmunk maybe, but it might be too light to trigger it.

  24. Coke bottle and a bucket?

  25. Car in, you’d better watch out if they start cruising the neighborhoods in cadillacs during the day and hanging out on the street corners at night.

  26. I just checked on ’em, and the one is just sitting on top of the structure- doing nothing, and the other is busy building the nest.

  27. They are both female.

    OMG.

    Same sex bird-union?

  28. You gotta shut that shit down quick. The future depends on it.

  29. Ulnar nerve release is a division of the cubital tunnel which is a band of fibrous tissue that keeps the nerve in place at the elbow (funny bone location). If they just do that it doesn’t hurt too much. In most cases though they transpose it to the anteromedial forearm, either subcutaneous or sub-muscular. That’s the part that hurts. Sub-muscular ulna nerve transposition basically means they expose enough of the nerve for it to move to the new position without tension, divide the muscle fascia and enough muscle fibers to cover the nerve and then repair the tissue over the nerve. Ouch.

  30. Short video of one:

    If I were to critique the one in the video I’d say it wasn’t released enough and appeared to still be under some tension as it traversed the elbow. That being said, I don’t do these for kids and it’s been years since I’ve done one. I did a shit ton of these in residency and the 5 or 6 hand surgeons I worked with always released more of the nerve.

    As a side note, the retractor at the very top of the video is called an Army Navy retractor. One end is longer than the other and any surgeons who were in the military call the longer end their respective branch. Who said surgeons were humorless?

  31. I would have had them amputate below the shoulder.

  32. Short video of one:

    GAH

  33. funny bone kilt it

  34. All my bones are funny.

  35. I have cubital tunnel
    Haven’t felt much of my pinky and ring finger in right hand in two years
    Neurosurgeon wants to cut; I am holding him off

    Light hand exercise and learning not to lean on my elbows like a fucking idiot has gotten about 85 percent of my strength and much of my muscle tone back

  36. Ok, Update.I think the birds may be both younger MALES. THey don’t go all dark until they are older. The males build the nest(s) – they are working on a couple – to attract females.

  37. Twix are medicinal.

  38. Ok, Update.I think the birds may be both younger MALES. THey don’t go all dark until they are older. The males build the nest(s) – they are working on a couple – to attract females.

    Gentrification. Look for them to open a bakery and a yoga studio soon.

  39. Look at my nest, my nest is amazing..

  40. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VV5JOQyUYNg

  41. Last night we spent a glorious evening under the stars at some new friends’ home, as they gave their daughter a 21st birthday present of a performance by a group named Stella- awesome music, great company.

    Then we drove home with the top back, stopped at White Castle, got home, watched a movie, and polished off a bottle of Chardonnay.

    It doesn’t get any better.

  42. I should have studied kinesiology in college so I could have a yoga pants studio. I mean a yoga studio.

  43. Yesterday, I created a new 14′ x 12′ work area on the porch.

    I’m pretty excited about it.

  44. Look at my nest, my nest is amazing..

    Scott gets it. How long did it take you to catch Lauraw after you built your “nest”?

  45. Yesterday, I created a new 14′ x 12′ work area on the porch.

    I’m pretty excited about it.

    crackfat?

  46. Worky worky

  47. ……..for my illegal home based business.

    If we move after Laura graduates, I am going to have a loading dock at the new house.

    There will be no historic district telling me what to do, and I’ll be able to shoot stuff in my yard if I want to.

    And there will be no state income tax.

  48. I did that. Bought a house and furnished it while still single. Wife came not long after, attracted to my sexy stability and providential talents.

  49. Scott, Tennessee? Mrs. Caruthers and I have thought about moving there.

  50. When I moved into my new house my daughter looked around and said “Well, Dad, looks like no woman is ever going to live here.”

    I guess it was pretty manly with all of my military prints hung on the walls, plus I had The Bombardment of Algiers hung above my bed.

  51. That painting makes me want to splash some Old Spice Aftershave on my face.

  52. Seems like a chick magnet print to me. HAWT!

  53. It’s a good strategy.

  54. Don’t know yet. It depends on how business is in 3 years, and what kind of opportunities are available for Laura.

  55. Her family will probably be migrating towards the grandkids, so San Antonio TX will be a possibility.

  56. San Antonio is awesome Scott.

  57. I liked it when I visited, but it’s really, really hot unless you’re next to the river.

  58. But it’s a dry heat.

  59. It might suck during the summer,but it sucks here during the winter.

    Hill Country is a short drive.

  60. Comment by scott on May 31, 2014 11:10 am
    I am going to have a loading dock at the new house.
    ============
    Good choice. I put a 9′ x 12′ door in the new shop. After seeing a friend cut a 10×10 hole in the wall of his shop to put in a CNC, I wasn’t taking any chances.

  61. Radiobud sounds all business today

  62. CNC?

  63. Yesterday, I created a new 14′ x 12′ work area on the porch.

    Finally took out the trash?

    Lived in San Antonio twice and loved it. You get used to the heat. Just walk slower, not like a Yankee, to avoid breaking a sweat.

  64. “Finally took out the trash?”

    Disassemble furniture and stored it elsewhere.
    We are living in a warehouse.

  65. Scott Depot™

  66. I need a warehouse. I wish they’d put a slab under the barn when they built it.

  67. Morning.

    Loved the Buffett, Wiser.

  68. You could pour one now.

  69. Under an existing pole barn? Seemed like it might be tricky.

  70. It’d have to be partial. We’ve got interior structures in the aft end, stalls and a hayloft and such. The front half could handle it, I think.

  71. I think I can do this crackfat thingy. Looks easy.

  72. Wow, I’m really glad our soldier is released, but negotiating with the Taliban and releasing 5 people from Guantanimo? Obama has set a dangerous precedent.

  73. Even I will grudgingly admit the superiority of CrackFat to Planet Fatness.

  74. Light hand exercise and learning not to lean on my elbows like a fucking idiot

    Yeah, I’m paying for falling asleep in front of the computer while leaning on my elbow. I just had to finish reading that article… Now my right hand won’t lift up. :(

  75. OMG, I’m hearing a snoring sound in the background! Is the politician napping?

  76. Snoring? Ha Ha! Maybe that was Joe the Intern.

  77. There’s a SHITLOAD of angry grunts about the Bergdahl deal. The consensus is that he was a deserter.

    I’m conflicted. You never leave a man behind. Not even a deserter. But if he did walk off, I’ve no problem with putting against the wall.

  78. It puts them all in danger in the future, eh XB?

  79. This was Bush’s fault.

  80. A shitload of people went into shitty places looking for him, Lippy.

  81. Leon, a couple of hours back, I picked up one of my brats (46 lb) and walked about 150 yards. No way I could have done before I changed my diet.
    50 crunches are piece of cake now. I have not even started serious exercise yet.
    As my Guru, I salute you.

  82. DotW time!

  83. “Drop the beer!” hahaha!

  84. Square diet first, that’s best. Eventually you’ll feel energetic enough that you’ll want to exercise.

    And does anyone else find ironic humor in an Indian calling a white guy guru?

  85. That drink sounds yummy. I’ll take two please.

  86. Oh man, just saw the header, hilarious.

    Also, I shouldn’t be anyone’s guru, I just suffered through it before you and want to help.

  87. It’s good. Real good.

    Raspberries
    2 oz bourbon
    .5 oz chambord
    OJ
    Cran

    Bourberry

  88. Sounds fruity.

  89. Hey, congrats Tushar!

  90. Leon, you really don’t have a choice in the matter. It is upto the disciple to accept someone as a Guru. You made your choice when you gave me the first piece of advice. As long as I get inspiration from you, you shall be my Guru and there ain’t a damn thing you can do about it.

    Them’s the rules.

  91. Weighted carries are excellent exercise, as well. If they are close to the same weight you could get matching harnesses and use them for farmer’s walks :)

  92. Them’s the rules.

    Well crap. Good thing I’m going back to the gym on Monday.

  93. The other kid is scrawny, at 42 lb. but I can put rocks in his pockets.

  94. I never thought I’d enjoy listening to a politician from another state, but that dude was awesome. Great Get, radiobuns!

  95. Have you lost weight too, Tushar, or just built stamina?

  96. Get him to curl two 2lb dumbells. Never to early to start.

  97. Leon, my wife is a fitness fanatic. She exercises pretty regularly, and even gets the kids to do burpees, situps, supine bridge, superman etc. not bad for six year olds.

  98. Cyn, I haven’t lost more than 4-5 pounds. And I am not in a hurry. But the pants don’t fit very snug any more.

    I had to break the diet for the 3 days I was in Florida.
    The dietary change, and making it a way of life is more important.

  99. I took tumbling at my elementary school at that age. If you can find them a class, consider it. That crap saved my spine a few times.

    Being six is also basically cheating at burpees. You barely have to move.

  100. I understand about leaving no one behind, xbrad, but someone deserting in Afghanistan doesn’t sound like a well planned life choice. More like Natural Selection in progress™.

  101. Having kids do burpees is classified as torture under the Geneva Convention.

  102. Hah! Picked up the spousal unit and carried her about 50 paces.
    She doth protest too much.

  103. She prostested?? You set her down in the kitchen, didn’t you.

  104. She is afraid I will drop her and/or hurt my back.

  105. Well, yeah, that too.

  106. Good afternoon.

    Anyone else’s kid stoned on hyrdrocodone?

  107. How IS the midget today… in a better mood I hope.

  108. Looks like Car in isn’t the only victim of copper thieves:

    http://wattsupwiththat.com/2014/05/28/newest-target-of-copper-theives-wind-turbines/

  109. Very sleepy, Cyn. The meds every 4 hours make her very tired, but trying to go longer than that means the pain makes a serious comeback.

  110. Keep on top of that pain. It sucks playing catchup.

  111. BC, what happened to your kid?

  112. No doubt, Jay. Trust me, we aren’t missing a dose.

  113. Don’t forget EddieBear had his copper gutters stolen right off his house.

  114. Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2014 10:57 am
    I should have studied kinesiology in college so I could have a yoga pants studio. I mean a yoga studio.
    ========
    Hell, you’ve studied yoga pants enough, you could fake it.
    ===
    Cyn, CNC is a computer controlled milling machine in this case. About 4,500 pounds of equipment.

    ==
    Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2014 2:20 pm

    Being six short is also basically cheating at burpees. You barely have to move. Fixt.

  115. Pool little thing… glad the meds are helping though.

  116. Don’t forget EddieBear had his copper gutters stolen right off his house.

    HA HA! A sad but hilarious story.

  117. Thanks. The midget is funny, her diet is excellent. Lots of fruits and veggies. Very healthy. Less than 24 hours and she’s already sick of ice cream and pudding.

    “It’s too sweet. It makes my tummy hurt.”

    So when she wakes up we’re gonna give some cooled off mac n cheese a shot.

  118. The most interesting thing to happen to AM radio in a generation is now available on-line:

    http://stevenoxonradio.wordpress.com/2014/05/31/special-edition-saturday-may-31-2014/

  119. sick of ice cream and pudding

    I see the words, but they don’t make any sense in that order.

    *burpees

    (that’s a little burp, right?)

  120. best wishes for a quick recovery to the drunken midget.

    And to Bcoch’s kid too.

  121. Wow, when did wiser get a radio show? Is this wise?

  122. Wow, when did wiser get a radio show? Is this wise?

    They haven’t taken my key to the station away yet…..

  123. I don’t get it either, Jay. We were out at dinner a while back and she got a kid’s pizza….with a side of broccoli. I actually uttered the phrase “Why don’t you give the broccoli a bit of a rest and eat some of your pizza”. The hell?

    Appreciate that, Greaseman.

  124. I had my tonsils out when I was 32 years old – I’d had 3 C-Sections that hurt less than that pain!

    May want to try pureeing the Mac and Cheese for the munchkin, BC, or pureeing other food for a few days. Obviously, she needs nourishment, but from what I remember, any “bump” in food really hurts going down the throat.

  125. “Why don’t you give the broccoli a bit of a rest and eat some of your pizza”.

    You’ve picked up the wrong kid from school.

  126. Try some paste, bcock. You probably have some left over from your dinner.

  127. Oh, and don’t give her anything that might make her burp (when you mentioned broccoli, it reminded me) – talk about PAIN…..

  128. THE PASTE BELONGS TO ME.

    Teresa, I’ve heard that, for whatever reason, having your tonsils removed as an adult is faaaaaar worse than as a child.

  129. Something cool and refreshing for the throat might be a Bourberry.

  130. On a happier note, though, now the munchkin will be able to sing Lyric Soprano roles (if she’s so inclined)!

  131. THE INTERNATIONAL TOURING ORGAN IS HERE!

  132. So, once I get off the air, I set the board to run in auto-mode.

    Then I grab my phone. Text from TH. “me next week.”

    Ugh. He’s doing a remote during my show and I will not be there, but am pre-recording usual stuff.

    Tom is furious about that. He wanted to do SES live from the remote. SM told him “no, you are doing a remote. That’s it.”

    *snicker

  133. TH can’t let go, it’s hilarious.

  134. THE INTERNATIONAL TOURING ORGAN IS HERE!

    FINALLY!11!

  135. I find myself groaning when he calls in.

    C’mon, man.

  136. What are the ratings like now, compared to what his were?

    I’ll bet they are better, if he’s doing remotes while you are broadcasting prerecorded stuff.

  137. >>>I find myself groaning when he calls in.

    I left him on hold for almost 10 minutes before going to him.

    He thinks he’s helping. He really does.

  138. Teresa, I’ve heard that, for whatever reason, having your tonsils removed as an adult is faaaaaar worse than as a child.

    I can believe it, BC – I was surprised by it, given that I usually recover from surgery (major and minor) so easily. It was a full 2 weeks of misery that I was not expecting – I had never realized how much you swallow so often on any given day, and you can’t really avoid doing it (SYWM).

  139. >>>What are the ratings like now, compared to what his were?

    No idea. But our internet ratings are way up. That we can track.

  140. We should all call in so you won’t have time to take his call.

  141. I love how Suzio started out kinda bland, almost like “okay, I gotta do this… Let’s get it over with.”

    But after 20 minutes, he starts getting fired up.

    He was only supposed to be there for the first hour, but he decided to stay through the second hour.

    I guess that’s positive.

  142. I keep saying I should call in and we could talk about what really fucking stupid thing someone in Florida did. That should be riveting for a CT local show.

  143. >>>We should all call in….

    Yeah… D’uh? Where the hell have y’all been?

  144. >>>That should be riveting for a CT local show.

    Much like H2, if you can be funny and/or interesting, there’s an audience.

    *remembers those who have moved on from this place who never quite got that….

  145. I tried calling in once, but Wiser took some other jackhole’s call instead.

  146. BCoch could be Wiser’s ‘Freaky Florida news’ guy.

  147. if you can be funny and/or interesting, there’s an audience

    *is now suddenly too intimidated to call in*

  148. Seriously, you do a fine job of asking the questions that I’d have called to ask anyways.

  149. Today, I purchased a power washer, and washed down my brick front steps, concrete walkway and the driveway. It is so satisfying to see the things looking clean.

    IMGUR has a whole section devoted to pressure washing

    http://imgur.com/r/powerwashingporn

  150. That would more accurately be “jackhole in Texas”

  151. IMGUR has a whole section devoted to pressure washing

    http://imgur.com/r/powerwashingporn

    Is this some kind of Rule 34 thing? Ha ha!

  152. I’m conflicted. You never leave a man behind. Not even a deserter. But if he did walk off, I’ve no problem with putting against the wall.

    Agreed 100%.

  153. Okay, let me just put this out there….

    Ratings are not done in Waterbury. So we have no idea who listens.

    So phone calls count huge. For every call, they assume a thousand people listening.

    *cough

  154. Comment by wiserbud on May 31, 2014 3:43 pm
    >>>That should be riveting for a CT local show.
    Much like H2, if you can be funny and/or interesting, there’s an audience.
    ===========
    Shit, I’m 0 for 2…………..

  155. Is this some kind of Rule 34 thing? Ha ha!

    Heh

    http://imgur.com/r/powerwashingporn/DaYB3Gs

  156. >>>>Shit, I’m 0 for 2…………..

    Producer Joe has quit. Knew that was gonna happen.

    So I have no one to screen calls.

  157. When I was working downtown, the Chicago Merc got powerwashed. It went from looking like an old slate building to white marble. It was a stunning transformation.

  158. So I have no one to screen calls.

    Wooo Hooo, I’m gonna be on the air!

  159. I wound up on television a couple times.

  160. Rather incredibly, it never involved handcuffs or this:

    http://tinyurl.com/lseaxut

  161. >>>I wound up on television a couple times.

    We invaded Iraq (the first time) about 6 months after my dad passed away. I was watching the news about our invasion at my dad’s apartment, which was near his former base, so they showed stock footage of planes being loaded.

    And there was my dead dad, directing the loading of a C-5.

    Kinda weird….

  162. http://tinyurl.com/nn2hjn7

  163. $15 an hour minimum wage hike, huh?

    http://www.unitedliberty.org/articles/17751-warning-to-seattle-seatac-businesses-slashing-benefits-overtime-in-wake-of-wage-hike

    “Are you happy with the $15 wage?” I asked the full-time cleaning lady.

    “It sounds good, but it’s not good,” the woman said.

    “Why?” I asked.

    “I lost my 401k, health insurance, paid holiday, and vacation,” she responded. “No more free food,” she added.

    The hotel used to feed her. Now, she has to bring her own food. Also, no overtime, she said. She used to work extra hours and received overtime pay.

    What else? I asked.

    “I have to pay for parking,” she said.

    I then asked the part-time waitress, who was part of the catering staff.

    “Yes, I’ve got $15 an hour, but all my tips are now much less,” she said. Before the new wage law was implemented, her hourly wage was $7. But her tips added to more than $15 an hour. Yes, she used to receive free food and parking. Now, she has to bring her own food and pay for parking.

  164. Well that was fun: tried to extract a bit of info from Googleman about his formal last night and it was like pulling teeth out of an angry beast.

  165. Rain delay #2 in the Cardinals game. Off to Wal Mart!

  166. Much like H2, if you can be funny and/or interesting, there’s an audience.
    ————————————–
    I still can’t believe people read this site.

    Sort of funny: the friends that I went to the lake with last week set up a wordpress site to document their 6 month RV trip. I showed them how to do a few things and they were excited that 50 people had visited the site.

    I showed them this POS and they were amazed that 5 million people have actually viewed it.

    I guess it’s kind of impressive considering we’re mostly droning on about completely useless shit.

    So what kind of pizza should I order?

    http://is.gd/5cBhWh

  167. Well that was fun: tried to extract a bit of info from Googleman about his formal last night and it was like pulling teeth out of an angry beast.
    —————————–
    He probably finger banged her. Just sayin’.

  168. Nooooooooooooo!

  169. Probably.

  170. Pineapple pizza.

  171. Cyn, face it. If he is reluctant to tell what happened, it is probably something you don’t want to know about.

  172. He SERIOUSLY did not have a good time. The look on his face was practically angry. And yet, he stayed the entire time, even when we offered to pick him up any time.

    ::I don’t even::

  173. That sucks. Poor kid.

  174. >>>He probably finger banged her. Just sayin’.

    oh my god, I think I hurt myself laughing…..

  175. I got a good chuckly out of that too.

    But… but… he’s too young dammit!!1

  176. Greetings, taintballers.

  177. Damnit, MJ beat me to the joke!

    In all seriousness, Cyn, it probably involves a girl. One who didn’t notice his existence last night.

  178. The part that makes the joke for me is that he split fingerbanged into two words. That makes it funnier somehow.

  179. Axeman…..http://youtu.be/nYuHjmWM178

  180. I dunno. It doesn’t take much for his peers to be brutal, either. They may just be joking, but it still can be quite cruel.

    //cries a bit remembering a few HS dances

  181. Any Warehouse 13 fans here?

  182. My parents used to watch that show, but I never got into it. Why?

  183. I wanted some background on a character.

  184. Claire Donovan? Good, bad?

  185. XBrad, did you know you got linked over at the mothership in the sidebar?

  186. Claire is a fat girl’s name.

  187. Yes, BCock. I put it there.

  188. Ahhh. Ok then.

  189. My mom’s name is Claire.

  190. *snickers*

  191. Wow, I hadn’t thought about this angle to the concealed carry person being banned from stores, or leaving their firearms out:

    http://wizbangblog.com/2014/05/23/why-cc-holders-should-ignore-anti-gun-signs-posted-in-stores/

    Since people have to serve cakes to same sex couples wedding guest regardless of belief, the stores banning guns on their premises have NO right to ban carrying. One is a constitutionally protected activity, the other is a cake.

  192. Well? Is she fat?

  193. I think Sean watches the same movies I do.

  194. Yes, but not as big as your mom.

  195. Since that’s your mom’s name, you might want to lay off the Snickers.

    *runs far, far away*

  196. I think I’ve narrowed down our meat-up city: Tempe.

    I found a hotel that has booze and a roof-top pool and booze.

  197. Not possible. My mom doesn’t have a fat name.

  198. And DDP.

  199. I found a hotel that has booze and a roof-top pool and booze.

    Well Dave, and his phone, are fucked.

  200. Since that’s your mom’s name, you might want to lay off the Snickers.

    I’M JUST BIG BONED, DAMMIT.

  201. It was nice knowing you, Shawn.

    Haha

  202. Can we drink in the parking lot, Cyn?

  203. Well Dave, and his phone, are fucked.

    *touches nose with one hand and points to BC with the other*

  204. You don’t get a good squishy hug from a rail thin girl, just sayin’.

  205. I really like that we can laugh about ourselves here.

    Everyone is such a good sport.

  206. Some lovely person emailed me pics of the aftermath of Dave’s swim.

    Makes me feel like I was there.

  207. I’ll be checking on the parking lot drinking situation!

  208. Some lovely person emailed me pics of the aftermath of Dave’s swim.

    Probably wasn’t from Dave’s phone.

  209. I just pulled up an aerial map of the hotel… parking lot in back, and for you boys… BUSHES!

  210. If I can get enough of us to book at this location, we might be able to get a meeting room comp’d as a place to hang out after the bar closes.

    Or I may try to get a ginormous suite for saturday night.

  211. Cyn, what’s the strip club situation? Drunken staggering distance?

  212. I just pulled up an aerial map of the hotel… parking lot in back, and for you boys… BUSHES!

    It’s awfully tricking hitting those bushes from the rooftop.

  213. Then again, it’s in the Mill Avenue area so maybe we just bar-hop until they kick us to the curb.

  214. and for you boys… BUSHES!

    Trimmed or let grow wild?

    I prefer the trimmed look….but others prefer different.

  215. About three miles away: dreampalace.com

    Should I be checking this out as an entertainment venue?

  216. BISHES!

  217. ->>>Claire is a fat girl’s name.

    Finger banging a girl named Claire is a damn good start for any young man….

  218. Finger banging a girl named Claire is a damn good start for any young man….

    Great. Just snorted white chicken chili. That shit hurts.

  219. Stay out the Bushes!

    /Je$$e

  220. Can’t be any worse than milk out the nose

  221. Rotel, chicken broth, chunks of chicken, white beans, sour cream, monterrey jack cheese, pepper jack cheese and white chicken chili seasoning.

    That. Shit. Hurt.

  222. Finger banging a girl named Claire is a damn good start for any young man….

    Ah, the dreams of Claire Danes that I had as a young man…

  223. Is it true that PJM’s real name is Claire?

  224. LOL

    *waits for the bitching of a sinus infection in 5… 4… 3…

  225. Just snorted white chicken chili.

    You get a better high if you slam it. Just make sure to use a clean needle, tho.

  226. Clean needles are for pussies and chicks named Claire.

  227. She’s a hawtie

  228. I fucking hated My So-Called Life. Wishy-washy bullshit.

  229. Everyone is such a good sport.

    Shut the fuck up Jay.

  230. Obama blindsided by a tough question from…Michael Strahan?

    http://www.ijreview.com/2014/05/142981-obama-combats-tough-qs-gray-hair-malias-prom-hes-surprised-softball-va-scandal/

    Nicely done, Michael!

  231. STFUJ

    /oso

  232. Shut the fuck up Jay.

  233. I thought having my folks çloser would be nice. Now I think New Hampshire would be nice.

    Dad: Get into the crawlspace and put this t-joint on the water line while I hold the pipe up here.

    Me: wallowing in sewer mud Oh god! It’s in my mouth!

  234. I’m gonna need a loose head-count for this meat-up soon.

    Poll or email?

  235. I think I’ve narrowed down our meat-up city: Tempe.
    I found a hotel that has booze and a roof-top pool and booze.
    ——————-
    That sounds fantastic.

  236. Good news is that the cold water works again.

  237. Had a tear in your eye yet today? No?

    http://sfglobe.com/?id=875&src=share_fb_new_875

  238. I hope you hooked up to the right pipe, jewstin. It’s not supposed to come out looking like coffee.

  239. Sean,

    My youngest daughter’s name is Claire.

    Important for you to know that before your impending death.

  240. Nicely done, Michael!

  241. Clair Danes looks like someone you could see yourself coming home to. A bottle of wine out on the back deck at night after the kids are in bed and a quickie in the morning before she takes the eldest to soccer practice kind of woman.

  242. Downtown Boston is fun. Just wish I could find an Irish bar somewhere.

  243. Look, people who know someone named Claire–your beef is with John Bender, not me.

  244. Phat – have you made contact with Andy? He’s in your neck o’ the woods.

  245. Cyn, I plan on bringing 3-5 loose heads (depends on how many hitchhikers I can pick up).

  246. best place to fly into?

  247. *nods and puts four tic marks next to Phat’s name on The Master List*

    Imma make a pole poll for this poat… brb!

  248. best place to fly into?

    San Antonio and then drive up.

  249. PHX Sky Harbor

  250. Cyn, we’ve had lunch before. He works downtown, but it’s the weekend so I didn’t want to bother him.

    Who wants to commute into town on their day off? Not me.

  251. Me too. That was wildly unpleasant.

  252. It’s different when it’s not work, phat. He’ll be pissed if you don’t call.

  253. Poll or email?

    Dedicated poat with poll. Make it sticky.

  254. Cyn, have a PHX layover later this month. Will pass details later.

  255. San Antonio and then drive up.

    I was thinking Ft. Lauderdale. Thanks for the tip.

  256. Jay, I get here a lot and leave kinda early in the am.

    Will call next time.

    Heading to Portland in the morning.

  257. Wow, Frontier still flies? Amazing.

  258. Poaty UPdated.

    You go vote now.

  259. Hilo and drive east.

  260. I violated your poat, Pups; I was editing when you commented.

    This is just a loosey-goosey thing for now.

  261. Sox are playing at Fenway,and I’d normally be there.

    However, it’s freaking cold here. Sub 50.

  262. Cyn, have a PHX layover later this month.

    Awesome.

  263. Another airport that might work is Phoenix-Mesa Gateway (AZA). It’s where old Williams AFB used to be. Allegient and Spirit are the two companies that fly there.

  264. Oops, looks like Spirit is gone from there, but Allegiant still there.

  265. Clair Danes looks like someone whose first agent suggested she get a nose and chin job because with those ‘real girl’ looks she’ll never be successful and she said Ha ha hahaaa NO, and fuck you, and also you’re fired.

  266. That said, the agent was right. She should have more work than she does. She kicked ass in Temple Grandin.

  267. I’d have lunch with Claire Danes.

  268. I don’t think I’d want to fly an airline that sounds so close to “Alleged.”

  269. It works well ‘cuz they’re kinda like an airline, so there you go.

  270. I violated your poat, Pups

  271. Mrs. Pupster and I are ‘probablies’.

    I only voted once.

  272. “Lunch”

  273. Mrs. Pups—yay!

  274. And yay that you’re probably coming too.

  275. I’m laughing so hard in my head right now.

    So we’re watching one of those shows where they buy an old house and remodel it.

    I said from the start that no way would I buy this particular house. My FiL, who has done a bunch of home construction in his life, was all “oh it’s no big deal. they can do it. it’s not that bad. blah blah blah.”

    Now the house is a clusterfuck, there’s way more problems than they expected. Budget is destroyed.

    Ha. Ha. Ha.

  276. I violated your poat, Pups

    Rape Culture

  277. And yay that you’re probably coming too.

    Nice save.

  278. Yeah, it’s time for the in laws to GTFO.

  279. Rape Culture

    But not rape-rape.

  280. How often do they visit?

  281. Once or twice a year.

    Which is obv fine. It’s the fucking length of the stay.

    Which this time will be 3 weeks.

  282. Bocock, can’t you just buy a hotel, and graciously allow them to stay there for free? You should do that if you can.

  283. Ummm…yeah…they would stay at the hotel. Yes. That’s it.

  284. I voted definitely. After missing Michigan and StL, I have vowed to not miss any unless I am in coma. Also, it has been a while since I met Cyn.

  285. …they wouldn’t?

  286. Lol. Poor attempt at joking that I would be the one staying there.

  287. My parents and in-laws have each visited US three times. Because they cannot make that big journey often, and it is expensive, I make sure their stays here are long. I miss not having them here. They are all too old to make the journey now.

  288. I have sooo very much missed the infamous Tushar hugs.

  289. Laura, Grandparents need to be with grandchildren. Not in hotels.

  290. Grandparents can be with grandchildren during the day. At night, their happy asses can sleep somewhere other than on a blow up mattress in the middle of my fucking living room.

  291. Which this time will be 3 weeks.
    ———————–
    They suck for thinking it’s ok to stay 3 weeks. You can tell them I said that.

    Also, you’re a dumbass for letting them stay 3 weeks.

  292. Funny thing when I hug all you folks. In India, we hug by keeping the other person to our left. I think that is because that brings the hearts closer to each other. In US, people hug the wrong away. I confuse everyone.

  293. In India, we hug by keeping the other person to our left. I think that is because that brings the hearts closer to each other.

    Wow. That’s a beautiful sentiment.

  294. Baby will you call me the moment you get there?

    My dearest, my dearest of all darling
    I know, I know, I know, I know we’ve got to part

    It really doesn’t hurt me that bad
    Because you’re taking me with you
    And I’m keeping you right here in my heart

  295. Speaking of Rape Culture, this putz got blown off by some woman with whom he wanted to write an article about the subject:

    Blocks from my house, in front of a car wash it dawned on me. If rape culture is so important to me I needed to find out for my self what it is. No woman owes me her time just because I want to know about something she inherently understands. No woman should feel she has to explain rape culture to me just because I want to know what it is. No woman owes me shit. I saw how my desire for a woman to satisfy me ran deep. Even my curiosity, a trait that always made me proud, was marred with the same sort of male-centric presumption that fuels rape culture. I expected to be satisfied. That attitude is the problem. I started reading and kept reading until I understood rape culture and my part in it.

    “His” name is Zaron Burnett III.

    I hope Zaron Sr. and Zaron Jr. aren’t expecting a IV.

  296. In India, we hug by keeping the other person to our left.

    A leftover from the Brits, obviously.

  297. Mr. TiFW and I are “Maybes” – is that Labor Day weekend? How far is Tempe from the Phoenix airport? Was hoping we would be able to catch a shuttle from there to a PHX hotel….don’t know if that’s doable to Tempe!

  298. I’d have lunch with Claire Danes.

    I’d have Claire Danes for lunch.

    FIXT!

  299. They suck for thinking it’s ok to stay 3 weeks. You can tell them I said that.
    Also, you’re a dumbass for letting them stay 3 weeks.

    They got here 3 days before the granddaughters’ ballet recital. Then the next weekend was when we had the kids’ combined bday party. Tomorrow is my wife’s bday. Then they leave on Wednesday.

    You got a way to throw out my wife’s parents during all that AND stay married and I’m all ears man. All ears.

  300. Tush, my parents LIKE to stay in a hotel – that way they can unwind at the end of the day, go to sleep/get up whenever they want to, etc.

    They started doing that years ago, and since then we’ve started doing it at Christmas when we visit Paul’s mom – her house is much too small for all of us to be on top of each other.

  301. No; weekend after.
    Minutes / mere miles.
    It totally is – most hotels will have shuttles to/fro PHX.

  302. Maybe adjust your attitude toward these people and concentrate on loving them more.

  303. Maybe adjust your attitude toward these people and concentrate on loving them more.

    It’s my incredible amount of love towards them and my wife that allows somebody to stay in my house for three weeks without utterly and publicly losing my shit.

    Hell, the wife thinks three weeks is a bit much and they’re her parents.

  304. I understand, you are used to not having to deal with other freaks in the house. Was their old-people-sex unnecessarily loud? Do you think they were showing off? Was one of them obviously wearing a cowbell?

    Did you see your FIL coming out of the bathroom not wrapped up well enough? Did it make you feel inadequate?

  305. Haha, just looking at flooring prices, and came across this warning:

    WARNING TO CALIFORNIA RESIDENTS: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining of this product may generate wood dust, a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a respirator or other safeguards for personal protection.

    Wood dust is DEADLY in California! But not in Iowa.

  306. >>A leftover from the Brits, obviously.

    brits have hearts?

  307. Everything my hardware store sells causes cancer in California. I am never going there.

  308. Did anybody challenge the validity of anybody else’s highest-scoring Scrabble word today?

  309. Thanks, Cyn! That will def make it easier to afford –

  310. I understand, you are used to not having to deal with other freaks in the house. Was their old-people-sex unnecessarily loud? Do you think they were showing off? Was one of them obviously wearing a cowbell?
    Did you see your FIL coming out of the bathroom not wrapped up well enough? Did it make you feel inadequate?

    *takes a bit of Cyn’s snicker*

    Gonna have to do better than that. This is the H2 after all.

  311. Heh. Fresh jalapeños have a warning label on them. May contain jalapeño seeds. May be hot.

  312. ~hi guys~

  313. Every fucking think in the world is known to the state of California to cause cancer, aids, herpes, gonorrhea, syphyllis and gout. The state of California lives in a state of fear.

  314. What I’m really trying to say is; why can’t you be more like your brother Tushar?

  315. TiFW, plenty of people will have cars. Plan in advance and you can hitch a ride too.

  316. Because I’m clearly not as good of a person.

  317. Oh, shush.

  318. BCock, You are good enough.
    /Obama

  319. Laura, I was in home depot today, and looking for someone to show me where I can find driveway repair stuff. Then I remembered Scott. Searched H2 for any latest comments by him. Nothing. Had to get help from a flesh and blood human, instead of the disembodied Scott.

  320. *hugs Tushar to the right*

  321. Hay fever again. Awful awful bad awful. Expired sudafed and allegra today. I blame the dog. Mostly having to spend so much time outside with the dog and thus with the tree pollen. Also the horses and the hay I’ve had to handle for two weeks.

    I haven’t had an allergy problem in literally years. This is killing me.

  322. Was talking to one of my coworkers today about his Phys. Asst. daughter, and he almost got me to switch to the PA program instead of another three years toward getting my BSN.

    Almost.

    I think there will be a lot more flexibility and choice with the BSN. We shall see.

  323. Sorry, leon. Can you take Claritin? It works great for me and Scott.

  324. Maybe adjust your attitude toward these people and concentrate on loving them more.
    ————————————-
    This is why I really like lauraw. Just when you think she’s just about dog beatings she comes up with something super sweet.

  325. Comment by bcochran81 on May 31, 2014 9:21 pm
    You got a way to throw out my wife’s parents during all that AND stay married and I’m all ears man. All ears.
    ============
    Surprise cruise!!!!! Can be one way if you work it right. ;)

  326. It’s also entirely possible that I’m allergic to dogs. I’ve never had to spend this much time in close physical contact with one.

  327. Leon, on weekends, I have a hearty breakfast of eggs, cheese and sausages. And then I don’t feel hungry till 5-6 pm. Is this ok? Or should I have a smaller breakfast and eat again earlier than 5-6 pm?

  328. I’m scared to take any more drugs today. I will buy claritin tomorrow.

  329. Gee whiz. Thanks, MJ. To be fair, I think dog beatings are super sweet, too. For me.

  330. Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2014 9:51 pm
    I haven’t had an allergy problem in literally years. This is killing me.
    =========
    Maybe you should change your diet. Have you tried Paleo?

  331. >>Just when you think she’s just about dog beatings

    You have obviously never met Bubba.

  332. Tushar, I generally only eat twice a day, sometimes only once if I’m not in the gym that day. It’s incredibly convenient. You’re probably fine.

  333. Hey, Pepe, are you guys dealing with grasshopper swarms?

  334. Wood dust is DEADLY in California! But not in Iowa.

    It’s because a substantial number of our trees are IV drug users.

  335. Is Django Unchained worth watching?

  336. Maybe you should change your diet. Have you tried Paleo?

    I’ve considered it, but it seems too faddish to me.

    Seriously though, it’s likely to be lack of sleep and exercise combined with all the animal stuff I have to do while the wife is away and the stress of not accidentally killing any of the things depending on me for life.

  337. Don’t forget to water the houseplants Leon!

  338. Feed the fish!

  339. Leon, try putting the puppy in a plastic bag. See if that helps.

  340. Stardog tried to heel a Mormon today. Got him turned out the door and was nipping at his heels. Paula went ballistic which, oddly enough, only led to more heeling.

  341. haha, I don’t think pepe is twisted enough, yet.

  342. Oso, no grasshoppers here yet. It was 25 degrees 2 weeks ago, so they’re probably just getting started. Lots of animals hanging around the house for water. Deer in the yard in the middle of the day.

  343. LEON DO NOT PUT THE PUPPY IN A PLASTIC BAG PLEASE DEAR SWEET JESUS NO

  344. I was out mowing around the little pines(8′-10′) in the north pasture. When I came back to the house for gas, there were drifts of pollen on the mower. Long piles of yellow dust.
    They are really pooping it out…

  345. J’ames, The guys at work liked it. Too many people involved that will never get my money.

  346. Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2014 10:00 pm
    …….. the stress of not accidentally killing any of the things depending on me for life.
    ======
    Hahahaha You want how many kids?

  347. Don’t forget to water the houseplants Leon!

    I have plants here and at the office to water.

    Laura, if I’m allergic, can I laminate him?

  348. Hahahaha You want how many kids?

    7. Difference is that I want kids. Horses are holes in a field you pour money into and set on fire, and puppies are defective cats.

  349. Your deer pics are cool. The swarms show up on the weather radar. I want a flamethrower. H8 the Hoppers.

  350. *laughing*

    I like Pepe’s idea.

  351. holes in a field you pour money into and set on fire

    That sounds suspiciously like children.

  352. I think dog beatings are super sweet, too. For me.

    How you doin?

  353. Well, Encore already paid, so my watching won’t affect their bottom line.

    Well, Encore already payed, so my watching won’t effect they’re bottom line.

  354. puppies are defective cats

    I could laugh off the fondness for transsexuals as an endearing eccentricity, but now I realize that you are a very sick man. Please, seek professional help.

  355. That sounds suspiciously like children.

    No, children eventually move out and visit you when you are old. Horses just eat money and then die.

    Sean, he’s cute and he loves me, but I’m not a dog person and never will be.

  356. He needs constant attention. To the point where my 13yo cat can’t even get near me.

  357. heh. ISWYDT

  358. Sitting here listening to the quail talking and moving into the trees near the house. They sure are cute little guys.

    Comment by leoncaruthers on May 31, 2014 10:17 pm
    ….. children eventually move out and visit you when you are old.

    Children = puppies x 1,000

  359. No, children eventually move out and visit you when you are old.

    No, no…you visit them. For three weeks at a time.

  360. We’ve had 27 cats, and cried when each of them left us. We’ll not have another.
    We have boarded horses, and came to realize that some of them are just mean. They are dumb as a sack of hammers, immensely strong, and WILL hurt you.
    Children will try to bankrupt you, frustrate you, make you want to kill them in their teens, finally wise-up, at about 24, and reward you with grand-children, the vehicle with which you will extract your revenge, as you spoil them rotten every weekend, and then send them back to their parents, your children.
    I really wish we had had a couple of kids.
    Face it Dorfman, I fucked up…

    I award myself a “participation trophy” for a terribly long, run-on sentence!

  361. Do children bite you and claw you every second that they aren’t licking you or unconscious?

  362. Pepe,
    We’ve not seen any quail this spring.
    I’m hoping that the weasels and hawks did not get them all.
    They are fun to watch.

  363. I’ve flown on Allegiant Airlines. Super, super cheap tickets, but then there a gazillion add-on fees and charges and pretty soon, you’d have had a cheaper flight on Delta.

  364. Do children bite you and claw you every second that they aren’t licking you or unconscious?

    This was rhetorical, right?

  365. Okay, I have a question. Why are her stockings mismatched?

    Cute butt…

  366. Laura, if I’m allergic, can I laminate him?

    Um. I’m searching for a ‘middle way,’ here.

    How about liquid hair gel? The sprayable kind? Should hold all his irritable noogs together between swims in the pond, no?

  367. No, I seriously want to know if the answer is yes. We could save a lot of money on reproductive endocrinology.

  368. Allegiant: “Oh, I see; you wanted a seat WITH a seat belt. Those are on sale today for only an extra $7.55! No, the drop-down air masks are not part of the seat belt package.”

  369. The stockings aren’t mismatched. She simply has a garter on one leg.

  370. Stockings aren’t mismatched, she’s got a garter on one leg.

  371. IIRC, one fee was $17.50 for buying your ticket online, instead of at the counter.

  372. Oh thank heaven, he’s asleep. He’s angelic now.

  373. Why are her stockings mismatched?

    They’re not; she has a garter on top of one.

    Very cute butt indeed wow.
    *lowers chin to chest and whispers, “whore”*

  374. Cyn is Brick! LOL

  375. Her hair is gorgeous too.

  376. Everything my hardware store sells causes cancer in California. I am never going there.

    My friend’s husband calls the state income tax a luxury tax. I just ignore all state and most local news and enjoy no snow, no ice and slush, no bugs, and a huge variety of beautiful scenery. Our sand is what you admire and enjoy on Waikiki — a bunch of it was shipped there after a storm and we have plenty left. Just looking at a beach and the ocean makes me calm and happy and feeling like all is right or will soon be.

    Seriously, it is so beautiful out here. A few weeks ago I left Westlake Village and drove through Malibu Canyon http://tinyurl.co/lswsxmfand and hit the Pacific Coast Highway. Drove south for miles with the ocean on my right and the day was so sunny and clear I could see Catalina and even the Channel Islands on the right. Got a bit of an earworm passing Alice’s Restaurant out at the end of Malibu Pier.

    I am in awe of the good and ignore the bad. This is the home of my heart.

  377. Leon, this constant attention with Benny is something you will look back and relish as free time.

  378. That’s OK brad, they charge $20.50 at the counter for not buying the tickets online.

  379. I doubt it. I think he’s just trying to ingratiate himself to me.

  380. You do have some spectacular beauty there, Lips.

  381. not, one garter.

    nice ass.

  382. Lippy, yep. I love the PCH. We drove the A1A in FL. It wasn’t worth it.

  383. I’ve driven all the PCH. Not all at once, but all of it. Fun drive. Though parts of it are a lot of work.

  384. Benny-dryl.

  385. Gorgeous drive. I love Point Loma and La Jolla, too. Soarin’ at California Adventure is the BEST RIDE EVER!!! Visual love letter to Cali.

  386. Hey, is that a garter?

  387. I am in awe of the good and ignore the bad. This is the home of my heart.

    I was born here and I’ll probably die here. I don’t know that I could live anywhere else. But this fucking place breaks my heart.

  388. Benny-dryl.

    I might buy that too.

  389. Children look like angels so you don’t strangle them in their sleep.

    Leon, if you put away all the money you would have spent on kids, you could hire strippers to visit in your old age, winning!

  390. Lippy’s last link works like this for me.

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

  391. Dachshunds are cute as puppies for the same reason, Pepe.

  392. That’s OK, her link is probably known to cause cancer in California.

  393. There should be an ointment or a cream for link cancer.

  394. I bet there’s a balm.

  395. Do children bite you and claw you every second that they aren’t licking you or unconscious?

    No. children don’t do anything horrible like that.

    *remembers the months and months of being the sole source of nourishment 24/7 for babies who ate every 2 or 3 hours.

    *thinks back to 30 min ago when I arrived home to a MESSY kitchen, when my son promised to clean it

    *looks at my cell phone bill

    *cries

  396. I was born here and I’ll probably die here. I don’t know that I could live anywhere else. But this fucking place breaks my heart.

    I felt the same way about detroit. But then my kids … sorry. they trumped all.

  397. My “double” sucked today.

  398. *pours Car in some box wine*

  399. I will miss a lot about living here, but I can’t wait to leave.

  400. I’m waaaaay ahead of you Oso. i’m a good 2.5 Indians at this point.

  401. Scott, I just decided that my kids weren’t worth some hope for change. that it would really affect them.

    if it were just about me, I would have been OK living in detroit.I would have gotten a concealed carry. German shepherds at home. There are benefits to living near “stuff.” museums, etc.

    But now I have unlimited gardening. And I COULD put a loading dock on my house.

  402. I don’t know where the loading dock would go. It would look silly by the deck.

  403. Well, I work again tomorrow, so i guess it’s time for bed.

    boo. hiss.

  404. Da fukk? They had a tie at the spelling bee because they ran out of words. Both winners are brown. We Indians are not developing a good reputation if all we do is win spelling bees.

  405. You have hills, it would be easy.

  406. Heh, did you see the new Toyota ad, with the spelling brown kid?

    Hilarious.

  407. >>I don’t know where the loading dock would go. It would look silly by the deck.

    Build a loading deck.

  408. They can only use words that are in the 2014 pamphlet. NMs contestant was a Dot Indian from Santa Fe.

  409. We Indians are not developing a good reputation if all we do is win spelling bees.

    I would worry more about the utter incomprehensibility of those manning your call centers.

  410. Heh! Toyota marketing people are nuts. White parents with brown kid?
    When was the last time you saw a brown kid that needed to be adopted? And if one was adopted, he is not any more likely to be a good speller. It is not genetic.

  411. Car in has a huge deck.

  412. BCoch,
    When I need to talk to some call center person, I simply switch to Hindi. Much better that way. You should try it.

  413. Is that the one with the bindi?

    I mean, Bindi, Hindi…they rhyme. Totally the same.

  414. I thought it was BS what happened to our guy. Spelled everything right. Was eliminated based on a computer portion of the Bee.

  415. Our Field Support is in Arkansas.

  416. Just sayin’

  417. Do you hear the banjos in the background when you call?

  418. Just hang up when they ask you to squeal like pig.

  419. So, Arkansas accent is easier to understand than dot indian? Interesting.

  420. To this day, it’s the only part of Deliverance that Mrs. Jay has seen. I haven’t gotten her to watch the rest of the movie.

  421. Y’all r hard to unnerstand, dig?

  422. So far, Django is a contest to see how many times everyone can use the N word.

  423. I can understand Dot Indian more easily than ebonics(GE credit) or Arkansan.

  424. Wow, the hostage’s (no, THAT one) father has a goal of releasing all prisoners from Gitmo.

    Is this maybe why his son walked off base unarmed and wandered around town asking for an English speaker?

    http://twitchy.com/2014/05/31/working-to-free-all-guantanamo-prisoners-tweet-from-account-of-released-soldiers-father-deleted/

  425. First time Dan was in MS, I had to translate “Mush mouth” for him. New Mexicans don’t think they have accents.

  426. Lippy. (Does the two finger eye point dealio and back at Lippy)

  427. I have a goal of sending all prisoners at Gitmo to their meeting with 72 Virginians.

  428. OMFG! Some kid losing his eyesight chose ALBUQUERQUE as his “Bucket List” destination. That is messed up! Hot Air balloon ride. Followed by watching Mexican Mexicans making tortillas at The frontier.

  429. *does two eye finger point back at Oso. Pokes both eyes*

    Wikileaks has official evesdropping on Taliban that has them laughing and saying that they caught the deserter while he was taking a dump. “Ha ha, he didn’t even have a chance to wipe!”

  430. More info on the deserter:

  431. I just watched Prometheus for the first time tonight.

    Ridley Scott should be shot in the fucking face for that piece of shit. What a horrible suck festival of giant donkey balls.

    There are some movies that may not appeal to a broad audience and I get that. Whoever liked this movie needs their fucking ass set on fire.

    It’s the worst movie I’ve seen since Sucker Punch.

    https://thehostages.wordpress.com/2011/07/23/movie-review-sucker-punch/

    I hate Hollywood. GIVE ME MY FUCKING MONEY BACK ASSHOLES,

  432. Hey I have some DVDs for sale. Two for $5. I accept PayPal if you’re interested.

    It’s a fucking bargain!

  433. J’ames, Rosie has crappy movies for sale!

  434. Haha, already saw Prometheus.

    It wasn’t THAT bad. But it wasn’t as good as it should have been.

  435. Which is worse: Movies that were going to suck no matter what OR Movies that had potential and ended up sucking? Discuss.

  436. I have a tendency to obsess about hair. Nic Cage in anything. Liam Neeson in Taken. AND Bryan Cranston in Godzilla.

  437. Ossobucco, have you seen Prometheus?

    Did I miss something?? HORRIBLE!!

    There were no redeeming qualities whatsoever. Terrible piece of dog shit.

    Charlize Theron was particularly bad. Worst acting EVER!!

    I give this movie – 5 bald heads out of a possible 5 bald heads.

    Assholes.

  438. Wasn’t even interested. Mare and CB are the Hostages that watch every movie. I only watch splodey and comic book movies.

  439. There are a lot of movies that suck that I enjoy. Same with some music. (See Bizkit, Limp)

    When a movie is supposed to be good and it cost $250 zillion dollars and it sucks? People involved need to be hurt and badly.

  440. We like to MST3K movies.

  441. The only movies Mare watches involve midgets, honey, rubber bands, trampolines, bad wine, matches, yo-yos, wild boars, tiny lesbians and crack cocaine. And a lot of goats.

  442. The most brutal movie like that?

    The Day After Tomorrow

    That was horrible. Riding out the cold weather apocalypse in a Wendy’s freezer?

  443. Have you seen the new Superman?

  444. J’ames!!! We love watching The Day After Tomorrow. Funniest movie…EVER! Manbearpig approved.

  445. Have you seen Sharknado? That thing is hilarious.

    I thought the last Superman sucked although it sucked less than the previous Superman which was horrific.

    Hopefully in Superman vs. Batman they kill each other in the first 5 minutes and then they show Animal House.

  446. LOVED Sharknado.

  447. I put Sharknado on in the break room at work. It was hilarious. I’m not even going to waste my time with Batfleck. He doesn’t want my “Conservative $$$”

  448. Batman will not be watched by me in theatres. I will most definitely watch it from torrents, and give it to as many friends as I can.

  449. Cutting the shark in half with chainsaw only came in second to the guy cutting himself free from the shark after gettting eating falling from a helicopter.

    I peed myself, I was laughing so hard.

  450. I wish Matt Damon was Robin. That would be hilarious and stupid.

  451. Jersey Boys wasn’t even on my Summer Movie radar. Some Moron commented that he’s watching just to see if Christopher Walken says “More Cowbell!!!”

  452. Ian Ziering. *Drops mic*

  453. When Dan and I were the only people laughing during Godzilla, I never once thought the problem was with “us”.

  454. Have to be at work in 5 hrs. G’night.

  455. Sharknado would have made millions in theaters I think. It was brilliant in its own way. And it would have been a great drive-in movie if those still existed.

    No one who watched that would have been disappointed.

    There could have been more naked boobies but you can say that about a lot of movies.

  456. Matt Damon as Robin would be perfect. When will you be moving to LA to take up your new career as casting agent, Rosetta?

  457. But, the naked boobies would have included Tara Reid, who has a horribly botched boob job.

    But that would add to the Sharknado trainwreck, wouldn’t it?

  458. See…that’s the brilliance of Sharknado. If it would have included gratuitous shots of Tara Reid’s FrankenNips you could have made that part of the plot.

    Poor Tara Reid.

  459. Actually Russ in Winterset has a worse boob job than Tara Reid.

    At least that’s what Jay told me.

  460. You heard that wrong. I said he had a “better” boob job than Tara Reid.

  461. You only got one finger left
    And it’s pointing at the door
    And you’re taking for granted
    What the Lord’s laid on the floor
    So I’m picking up the pieces
    And I’m putting them up for sale
    Throw your derp ticket out the window
    Put your skeletons in jail

  462. wakey

  463. Morning

  464. New poast


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