Saturday, March 31, 2007


Well 'Bong Hits 4 Jesus" is just too simple. Sticking with our current religious theme we refer to the Uncyclodepia for enlightenment on 'The Creation'.


Thursday, March 29, 2007

What About Mr Peanut?

In keeping with my recent comic postings...

What a maroon...
Evolution does NOT define the origin of life. It's the origin of species.


Tuesday, March 27, 2007


Well when I was a kid, last century, Candid Camera was a very funny show with lots of gags. The lawyers ruined that one but fortunately elsewhere in this world a good joke can still be played on they unsuspecting...

The Hole - video powered by Metacafe



Well this will top that last post.

could there be one more double meaning in there? This belongs in the adult classifieds.

And there's so much more...

Including more comics...


Thursday, March 22, 2007

Best Comic Lines -EVER!



253 mph.

Even my friend Steve can't top this one.


Thursday, March 15, 2007

Damn It's Hot

So it seems a lot of people think just because we've had an unusual warm spell in March, before spring even has started, that we'll have a scorching hot summer. Hello, Mr. Gore. I really recommend watching this video that was shown on UK Channel 4 a week or two ago. It is 75 mins long but has people of the highest credentials on it.

And just to be clear, I'm pretty pro environment. I think we're already overpopulated and straining the planet's resources. I think mega-corporations abuse our resources because they are driven only by the bottom line. I don't think Al Gore is a bad person but I really think he has overdone this and is being advised by too many people with an agenda. (Hell, I even voted for him when I correctly guessed my own party had nominated an idiot - yet I've still never forgiven his wife 'Tripper' for thinking she could clean up rock'n'roll, dumb uptight bitch). I hate the growth Bakersfield has gone through, actually all of California. Why we let huge developers eat up wildland and farmland while inner cities rot is ridiculous.

There is middle ground. Saving every sub species of snails is neither wise nor practical (even Stephen Jay Gould wrote an essay saying so. Just to side track SJG was one of the best science writers around. Easy to read and enjoyable. Great advocate of evolution. If you haven't ever read him there are several compilations of his essays in paperback. I didn't always agree with him but his writings were wonderful.)

The problem is the global warming crowd does not want middle ground. They want it their way and they lie and distort facts in an effort to get it. If there is science to back it up then use the science but use all the data and all the opinions out there.


Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Al Gore - The Movie

These two will make y'all feel right at home.


Thursday, March 08, 2007

Dusty Art

Mini Cooper + Dirt + Talent = Fine Art

Okay, it not fine art but it's a hell of a lot better than I could do, and it's fun.


The Nanny State

I've noted that this year the government knows best crowd seems to be going full tilt.

Read this.....

SACRAMENTO — Sacramento — Enjoy fast food? Like to light up while you watch the waves? Forget to sock away money for your kids' education?

Some California lawmakers want to change your ways. They've planted a crop of proposals this year — "nanny" bills, as they're called — that would:

• Restrict the use of artery-clogging trans fat, common in fried and baked foods and linked to heart disease, in restaurants and school cafeterias.

• Bar smoking at state parks and beaches, and in cars carrying children.

• Open a savings account, seeded with $500, for every newborn Californian to use at 18 for college, a first home purchase or an investment for retirement.

• Fine dog and cat owners who don't spay or neuter their pets by 4 months of age.

• Require chain restaurants to list calorie, saturated fat and sodium content on menus.

• Phase out the sale of incandescent light bulbs, which are less energy-efficient than compact fluorescent bulbs.

The debate has commenced in the Capitol: How far should government go?

The proposals are the brainchildren of Democratic legislators. Republicans, who say the sponsors are trying to parent the whole state, are having none of it.

"Could you imagine the founding fathers dealing with — I don't know — wearing a helmet when you're in the buggy?" said the Assembly's Republican leader, Mike Villines of Clovis.

"We all know you can't mandate behavior; it just does not work," he said. "It creates criminals of people for things that are not criminal behavior…. You can't legislate for stupidity."

No more trans-fat for you, stupid subject citizen.


Hypocritic Oath

Saw this on a friend's blog. Is there no end to Bakersfield's shining examples?


Wednesday, March 07, 2007


Well it actually happened. Watching last Sunday's Family Guy there was a gag that even I found tasteless. I told one of my friends who is also a fan and he agreed. I wonder if Seth McFarlane is just trying to see how far he can push it. Now I'm a major defender of the right to offend others, so really I guess I'm actually surprised that I find myself cringing at this one. But cringe I did. This may be worse than Ann Coulter (naw).

Fair warning don't watch it if even the title bothers you. (and I know maybe it seems a little weird to post it while complaining but it seems that if I am, I should let others decide for themselves)....

Prom Night Dumpster Baby.


Thursday, March 01, 2007

The Money Quote

Well no less then William Safire, the noted etymologist, explains the term 'the money quote' and ties it right into the term 'the money shot.

A money quote has subsumed blurb's primary meaning of "recommendation that helps its object make money," adding the sense of "the essence, or most newsworthy part of the statement."
In horse racing, the money position was the front. In baseball, The New York Daily News wrote in 1949, "Pee Wee Reese … Duke Snider … and Luis Olmo … came through with money hits to break the tie." (And where was Carl Furillo?)

Then money as a modifier meaning "powerful, decisive" made the move to movies as money shot. Steve Ziplow, in his "Filmmaker's Guide to Pornography," noted in 1977 that "there are those who believe that the … money shot is the most important element in the movie." The staid but resolutely unblushing Oxford English Dictionary, now available online for $295 a year, cites this climactic phrase as an American colloquialism for "a provocative, sensational or memorable sequence in a film, on which the film's commercial performance is perceived to depend; (specifically, in a pornographic film) one showing ejaculation); … (also, in extended use) a crucial or pivotal moment, event or factor, especially in another art form, as a novel."

Now, how can that tie into 'show me the money'?


Airport Thermal Cam

I saw this on Olbermann the other night. Yes it's dumb, it's fake, it's crude and it's too funny no to post.