Archive for September 2010
Time for a Robot to rethink his head cover and eye wear choices.
Also, for no particular reason, here’s a Boudreaux joke from the inbox:
Boudreaux suddenly quit drinking, took a bath, quit chasing women, quit his poker games and stopped laying around. He started cutting the grass around the church, even painted it and was faithful to be first to attend on Sundays!
Father Thibodeaux asked him what about dis wonderful change that had done overtook him.
Boudreaux explained, “I heard “Crisis in the Gulf” and if Heâ€™s dat close,Â I wanna to be good to go!
[Amen, Boudreaux. ~bot]
The new Ten Buck Friday poll is up. You’ll notice that John Faulk from (TX- 18), is again included. I know you know who I voted for, right? Mr. Faulk is running against that train-wreck queen Sheila Jackson Lee, who is featured, not in a good way, as one of the 11 Texans who voted for Obamacare on this site somewhere or another.
No small task, I must say. And well deserved.
The cool thing about those inclusions to me is, they come out of nowhere. You certainly aren’t campaigning for them like say, a Nobel Peace Prize or anything. One day you’re telling the story as you see it, no-holds-barred reporting and analysis, the next, someone is telling you that you’ve been honored on a prestigious list from RWN.
You go my friend.
Shortly after that inclusion, he was offered and accepted an invitation to be a contributing author at Right Wing News. No doubt an award of merit for the insightful commentary and exceptional snarcasm evidenced on the WyBlog website.
Chris is a fearless writer. One who I obviously admire and would love to emulate if only I had his rapier wit. One can tell from the flow of his thought that Chris is as fluent with the keyboard as he is knowledgeable on the issues close to his heart and ours. Little stuff like oh, you know, Free Speech.
A recent brief example from Insurers dropping child coverage is part of Obama’s master plan
Hand-wringing by his sycophants aside and assuming that “everyone” could see it coming, this is exactly what Obama wanted to happen. What better way to presage the need for Universal, Government-run healthcare than by saying, “it’s for the children”?
So here we are. A high-profile showdown over a hot-button, tear-jerker issue; one to which the only compassionate reaction could be a government program to step in where the evil, capitalistic insurance companies fear to tread.
It’s not like we weren’t warned:
Obama’s sinister plan to reshape the very fabric of America is working.
We are fortunate to have such a freedom fighter and friend.
Mark your blogrolls.
Add Wyblog to your bookmarks.
I think you will find Chris to be a host deserving of all accolades awarded and more. Outspoken, opinionated and spot-on with the critique and commentary with a style all his own.
Yup. Jersey. Hey, don’t knock it. Your next President may, come from Jersey.
I am curious though, as dialects go, at what point north of I-10 “Jersey” becomes “Joisi?” (which phonetically might be “Joese.” but I can’t find a long “e” in the special characters list.
Damn those Phonecians!
I love the people who read and komment on this blog. You guys are some of the most intelligent and insightful out there. Hell, even the spam-bots know a good thing when they see it. For example, a recent “reader” who chose the klever moniker “baby gifts” kommands:
Buy Soft Toys & Childrens Toy online now!â€¦
I just sent this post to a bunch of my friends as I agree with most of what youâ€™re saying here and the way youâ€™ve presented it is awesomeâ€¦.
Thanks so much for the kompliment, “baby gifts.” I do strive to present things in an awesome fashion. It’s nice that you noticed. Although, why a toy salesman is interested in bombing Iran is somewhat diskonserting. I hope we don’t see an influks of eksplosive toys in Amerika’s future. Iran should probably be on the lookout for incendiary playthings as well. I think I’ll kall Akmadinijad to warn him sometime nekst millennium.
Amazingly, within the hour of that komment, I received another komment by a different toy salesperson on an entirely unrelated post(!?), who kalls (her?)self “soft toy.” [~bot: I wonder if this kommenter is a female spam-bot? If so, she sounds kuddly. Perhaps she would like to be introduced to my imaginary pseudonym.]
Buy Soft Toys & Childrens Toy online now!â€¦
Thanks-a-mundo for the article.Really thank you! Will read onâ€¦â€¦
No thanks necessary “softie.” No. Really. Just performing my pre-programmed blogging duties like any good Robot should, as you are doing. However, the kommandment line at the first of each of those komments is a little bit, shall we say, off-putting. You kould just politely tell me of the produkts availability and let me decide for myself if I want it, but alas, it’s the direktion of the kountry. Kommunism kills innovation, so we’re reduced to taking orders from spam-bots and robot bloggers babbling away on their keyboards.
Since we’re taking orders from robots today, I kould offer a suggestion. I found out this morning that The Observer is back with a new blog! It’s kalled Spellchek!
Be sure to pay him a visit! Tell him a Robot kommanded you.
Oh, and one other thing. In honor of the new Spellchek blog. All “k” sounds are to be spelled with a “k.” Remove all “c’s” or “x’s” that sound like “k’s” and replace them phonetically.
Just a thought. Not a kommandment.
It’ll drive your spellchek krazy, komrade.
Kome to think of it. RightKlik has been on this kik for a while now. What a kouple of innovators, those two kards.
Kongratulations, you krazy, kool, konspirators!
A few weeks ago, while listening to some old Hank Jr.Â I remembered a song he did in the seventies called Outlaw Women. It occurred to me that it might make good background music for a tribute to the conservative ladies in the political arena today. I sought out the tune and upon hearing it again, realized that a few lines just didn’t quite fit what I thought the proper message should be, which lead to a search for a song that did fit, but I kept coming back to the Outlaw. This left one choice. I would have to rewrite some lines and *gasp* sing the thing myself.
What follows is the result of the last few weeks agonizing in the studio over enunciation and phrasing and then compiling photos and learning how to use the video software. (Thanks Carol!)
I apologize in advance if I left anyone out. You can also blame me for any mistakes or faux-pas, or you can just blame Bush. Yea, that’s the ticket. Blame Bush.
Feel free to share it with anyone who likes Grizzly Mamas and really bad vocals.
Almost finished with the project. As a reward for your patience, I offer a few photos of the lovely Shania Twain, who, I hear may be back on the market. I’ve got my phone set on Robo-dial and programmed with various alluring messages, just in case she answersÂ ’cause you know, there is no love like Robo-Love…
American Power – Rev it up!
The Camp of the Saints – You must comply.
American Perspective – Vote!
The Troglopundit – Too sexy.
Washinton Rebel – Earthquake!
Pirates Cove – Vote Naked!
The Classic Liberal – Classic beauty.
A Nation of Cowards – Delightful.
The Other McCain – Bikini!
Wyblog – Inez!
The Daley Gator – Bull riding.
Theo Spark – Totty!
Caught Him With a Corndog – Big Boobs!
With a solid majority of the votes, Jesse Kelly wins this week’s Ten Buck Fridays poll.Jesse Kelly is a enthusiastic Reagan Republican who has earned the endorsement of Mark Levin. In my estimation, there’s no more convincing evidence of one’s conservative credentials than a seal of approval from “the Great One.” But don’t take Levin’s word for it. Listen to Jesse Kelly speak for himself. You’ll be thoroughly impressed, I guarantee it:
Jesse Kelly beat a liberal Republican in the primary, now he faces a Obama Democrat in the general election.If you haven’t started giving to conservative candidates on a weekly basis, now is the time to start, and Jesse Kelly is an exceptional candidate to start out with.The election is almost here, folks…less than 40 days to go!
My apologies for the light posting of late. I could blame it on the recent and numerous DSL outages or the mountain of work I’ve been dealt or the project under construction that I plan to share with you guys soon but, in reality, it’s all Bush’s fault.
Always has been, always will be.
For now, I’m blogging from a piggy-back WIFI or my wireless card, which bears a strong likeness to dial-up from a desert pay phone. Or Mars.
I’m hoping to finish the project soon and during that time get the DSL fixed or switch to cable. I’m sure I don’t have to explain what a pain it is to attempt to research an article or download something only to find your internet is kaput. Hear that ATT?
Cheers! ~ bot
Our rabble rousing friends over at Washington Rebel have relocated their lair. No doubt an attempt to fool the noses of the government’s internet snoop doggy dogs. In the process of moving, the rebellious crew have taken some liberties with the local women folk, snapping photos of them in, shall we say, compromising positions.
Well done sirs. Well done.
The Rebel appears to be expanding the roster of fine writers at the new digs as well. The more the merrier, eh? Too much is never enough? Too much of a good thing is usually a great thing. You know, that whole sum of the parts is greater than the holy cow she’s hot!
Be sure to update your blogrolls and if you haven’t done so, place Washington Rebel prominently in your bookmarks.
Rebel brothers, I thought you might need some help getting unpacked and sorting out your files so, I’ve taken the liberty of calling the steno pool.
A word. Peeping through windows with an SLR to your eye and a beer in your hand is no way to go through life, son.
But it’sÂ a hell of a way to entertain yourÂ friends.
Congratulations on the new site!