Friday, June 24, 2005

Flags 2

I'm still a little awed by this whole flag thing.
Why are people more concerned with an object than the ideas it represents - jingoistic idolatry.
Is this a flag?
toothpick flag
So if I have these at a 4th of July party are we going to be breaking the law by tossing them in the trash? Kevin suggest they go in the BBQ as that is the proper disposal method for used flags. Wait! That's flag burning!
flag tshirt flag pin
How about flag pins? Or a flag t-shirt? At that party I'm picking up a cocktail smokie in BBQ sauce with my flag toothpick and drop a big glob of sauce on my flag t-shirt and drool sauce back on the toothpick flag.
Damn! Broke the law again! Twice!

I know this sounds ridiculous, but when you start having ridiculous laws it'll start to happen. Especially with simple minded bureaucrats or those just looking for a way to get somebody.

Now - wrap yourself in the flag and tell me, who is breaking the law here.
flag wrap
flag wrap
flag wrap

For a lot more of that last one go here.


Thursday, June 23, 2005

Flag Burning

As usual congress works on the important stuff.

When was the last time you saw or heard of anyone in this country burning a flag? I'm guessing the Vietnam era was about the last. Yes they do it in other countries but this law won't do anything about that.
This is stupid legislation. All this does is desecrate the flag by helping to destroy the 1st amendment. Yes that's what I said. You don't understand what the flag stands for if you're willing to step all over the bill of rights to stop something that's not even a problem.

Would I ever burn a flag? Of course not.
First, I have no desire to do that. Second, I in fact respect the flag.
Would I hold someone who burned the flag in disdain?. Yep, but everybody has a right to be stupid. If you want to burn a flag you have that right, you're just not too bright. In today's political climate you would probably get the shit beat out you if you tried that around any group of Americans.

That's the true conservative stance. Not this piece of bullshit.


Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Killer or Geek

Got this link from Doc's blog.

I got 10 out of 10.
Either I know geeks or murders by sight. Hmmmm.......


Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Savage Chickens

Doug Savage can't stop drawing chickens

And I can't stop laughing.


Monday, June 13, 2005

Verdict in Jackson Trial

I'm sitting at my desk with the TV on watching CNN as the Jackson jury is set to deliver it's verdict.
Of course I'm hoping for the worst(for Jackson)
I'm going to wait for the actual verdict to post this. Robert Shapiro is giving 'color commentary'. What a joke it all is, but like rubberneckers at an accident I can't help it.


And he is
1. Not
2. Not
3. Not
4. Not
5. Not
6. Not
7. Not
Not (lesser offense)
8. Not
Not (lesser)
9. Not
Not (lesser)
10. Not
Not (lesser)

A total joke of justice! I'll write more later, It will be interesting to hear what the jury members might say. I have first hand experience of being on a jury were you just knew the defendent was guilty scum but didn't hear a case to convict. I think this might be the case. Not guilty while legally means innocent really doesn't mean he didn't do something, aka OJ.


Free Katie

Last Friday's post had a link to another blog by the same author, Dr. Tom Cuise, MD.
Funny stuff.

Now here some more TC fun

Free Katie


Friday, June 10, 2005

Rude Crude & Way Too Funny

I want you to know I really debated posting this - maybe 30 secs.
Fair warning if crude sexual humor isn't your thing then neither is this.
But if you have no taste and were rasied on the likes of National Lampoon and R Crumb comics like myself, you'll be laughing your ass off. Be sure to check his other blogs in the links section (better not be an Ann Coulter fan either).
love is


Thursday, June 09, 2005

Texas & God

I used to always think the state most likely to have a theocracy was Utah (and of course they sort of do have one), but lately Texas seems on the verge of being taken over completely.
During a news conference held in a Fort Worth church, Perry was asked what he would tell Texas gay and lesbian war veterans returning home from war about the law. Gov. Perry responded, according to the Fort Worth Star Telegram, by saying that "Texans made a decision about marriage and if there's a state that has more lenient views than Texas, then maybe that's a better place for them to live."

I use to find Texas amusing. I couldn't believe the Sunday blue laws and the dry counties when I first went there. Of course it was always possible to buy booze, it was just the most ridiculous system this California boy had ever seen, meant only to appease the guilt ridden Baptists. Seems things have gotten worse down there and now it's just sad.


Wednesday, June 01, 2005

The Brain

John Dvorak put up a post where he says his wife thinks Condi is The Brain.
Never thought of it, but way too funny. Yeah she is......

Pinky & The Brain

Lots of fun P&TB links too.(Yeah I loved that cartoon. Most of the Spielberg Warner cartoons were great. Some of the best stuff done in cartoon shorts in the last 20 years)