Published on November 7 2006

Naked man arrested for concealed weapon
EL CERRITO, Calif. - A man was arrested on suspicion of carrying a concealed weapon after police found him outdoors — naked — and he told them he had a tool in his rectum, authorities said. The man was lying on a tree stump, masturbating beside a nature path, near a Bay Area Rapid Transit station Thursday, police said. John Sheehan, 33, of Pittsburg, was initially arrested on suspicion of indecent exposure. But when asked whether he was carrying anything police should know about, Sheehan mentioned the tool, said El Cerrito Detective Cpl. Don Horgan. "You can't get much more concealed than that," Horgan said.

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Published on November 6 2006

Eject! Eject! Eject!: SEEING THE UNSEEN Part 1
Today, it seems that legions of people – growing legions – are falling victims to ideas and beliefs that on the face of it are patently false…things that are so clearly and obviously nuts that you really have to wonder what deep, mighty engine of emotional need could possibly drive a brain so deep into a hole. Seriously now, there are millions and millions of people on this planet who will torture logic and reason to mind-bending extremes in order to believe monumentally ridiculous “theories” … theories drawn from an emotional need so warped and debased that you are catapulted beyond anger and disbelief directly into pathos and the desire to call 911 before these people hurt themselves. So perhaps we could take a walk through Fantasy Island armed only with a shotgun of logic and a few fact-filled shells and see what intellectual tumors we may safely blow into atoms. Time is short! So let’s start with the easy stuff and work our way up to the Lord God King Mack-Daddy falsehood of our age.
I wish this guy would post more often, dammit! On the other hand, this teaser will have me checking his site every ten minutes or so:
(In Part II we’ll look at 9/11 conspiracies, Chemtrails, professional cynics and Our Friends the Press)
I wanna know *more* about the chemtrails!!!

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Published on November 6 2006

This week November 6 through November 12 Libra Money might be the cause of quarrels between you and your partner. Wednesday you might be in the public eye, possibly through your job, and you could be asked to head up a committee. Friday you may decide to get together with a friend, and start your weekend a little early. Saturday finds you using your brain cells to their utmost power, as you solve any dilemma that came your way during the week. Sunday you might help out an organization you are a part of. The evening should find you and your sweetie cuddling and spending quality time together.
Ummmmm...... Monday is a day for squabbling, and Sunday is for cuddling? Gotta wonder if "partner" and "sweetie" are the same person. :-))

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Published on November 5 2006

Saddam Hussein sentenced to death by hanging Is anybody surprised by the verdict? They broke in on the local radio station to announce this one.
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- The Iraqi High Tribunal on Sunday sentenced a combative Saddam Hussein and two other defendants to death by hanging for a brutal crackdown in 1982 in the Shiite town of Dujail. "The Saddam Hussein era is in the past now, as was the era of Hitler and Mussolini," said Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, calling Hussein the worst ruler ever in Iraq. "We want an Iraq where all Iraqis are equal before the law," he said. "The policy of discrimination and persecution is over."
But there was a little bit of an extra slap delivered to a certain American as well....
Defense attorney Ramsey Clark, a former U.S. attorney general, was ousted by judges early in the session. The court asked him to leave, saying he had come here from the United States to mock the Iraqi people and the court.

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Published on November 4 2006

She's gonna kill me. The very first thing my newly-of-legal-alcohol-consuming-age child purchased was NOT a beer. For shame. shawnlegal.jpg

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Published on November 3 2006

glumbert.com | Women: Know your limits I haven't had a giggle like this in a LONG time. "let your natural sweetness shine through......." [snort]

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Published on November 2 2006

 

...Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play ...no wait, wrong song.

November 2nd, 1976. Election Day. The day I left the comforting arms of my home country for my second adventure abroad. At roughly 6 pm the day Jimmy Carter was elected President, I with my family, took off from  Washington, DC to fly to London, England to begin what was for me the best two years of my life.

Well....so far, anyway.

 Impressions of the trip.... I remember getting to Dulles with an enormous pile of luggage. It was going to be a few weeks before furniture and large trunks arrived from the states, so we had to have enough clothing, etc. to last for awhile. And since I was going to be headed up to my new school almost immediately, I had basically everything I owned crammed into a couple of large suitcases. I kid you not, I didn't know where they were going to put all this stuff on the plane. I felt like a gypsy perched on top of this mountain of baggage. The phrase that kept going through my mind as I surveyed the mountain was "You're gonna need a bigger plane".

My parents took off for ticket counters and disappeared, leaving me with one of my younger brothers to keep an eye on the pile of suitcases. I remember looking up at that enormous swooping roof, back at the suitcases, and wondering just exactly what I was supposed to do if anyone did try to make off with all of our earthly possessions. I decided I'd send Scott after them. ;-)

That flight lasted.... forever. My mother kept telling me to try to sleep, knowing that jet lag was gonna get us; but I was far too excited to sleep. OH my god, we're going to go live in a foreign country!! Nobody gets to do this in the real world, and here I am!!! Even the turbulence immediately after our meals were served could not dampen my excitement, although I thought it was very nice of the pilot to note "Ladies and Gentlemen, we'll be experiencing a little turbulence tonight" AFTER most of my dinner found it's way into my lap. I also very much enjoyed the selection of music on the little headphones the attendant handed me. Barry Manilow was the highlight-- I will never, for the rest of my days, be able to listen to the song "Mandy" again without wanting to be ill.

Heathrow...my first view of England. Hey, it's the middle of the night, why is it daylight???  They were right...it does rain a lot here, doesn't it?

Tired, bleary-eyed, stiff from being trapped for hours in those cramped seats. Head still ringing from Barry Manilow and hoping I didn't look too bad with the stains from my overturned dinner still on my jeans.  

Going through customs, I was quietly excited about getting my very first visa stamp on my very own passport. He headed into the main part of the airport to baggage and the taxi stand (I was still wondering if there was a taxi big enough for luggage mountain). As we rode down the escalator, I spotted a parrot at the bottom of the steps.

A parrot?? Whatthehell???


What I had spotted was a six-foot-tall young man in a shiny leather jacket covered in pins and heeled boots. Tattoos. Eye makeup. LOTS of eye makeup, most of it running down his cheeks as if his mascara had run in the rain. And the most enormous orange-with-purple-streaks Mohawk hairdo I'd ever seen, an easy 7" tall, towering over the shaved sides of his head. The Punk look hadn't arrived in the US yet, so this was quite the sight for my first hour in England. I was in love with England already.

We're not in Kansas anymore, Dorothy. :-D

 

We got our bags and found our way to the taxi stand with the help of a half-dozen porters. Somehow, we  managed to pack people and bags into one large cab, although I think they had to jump up and down on the "boot" (boot? I love this place!!  ) to get it to close. The cabbie, after finding out this was our very first trip to London, offered to take up past some of the sights on our way to the hotel. At least, I think that's what he said. Me and my slight Maryland southern drawl had just come up against "Cockney".

So, we saw a few sights. I was exhausted and would have done anything for a soft bed at that point, but knowing that I was going to be "going to school in London" made me look around at what was to be my city. My impression was... gray. November in London is GRAY.

And it was so exciting. I was glued to the window, looking at my new home. I couldn't WAIT to go explore, to see all the things I'd been reading about for the last six months since our move was first a possibility. I. could. not. wait.

We finally got to our hotel. I didn't care if they gave me a mattress in a hallway at this point, but we checked into a building that looked nothing like the Holiday Inns of the US. This hotel was in a building that probably dated back a couple of hundred years, and it was gorgeous. Staggering into our rooms, I headed straight for the loo (Loo? I love this place!!) and switched on the light. And switched it again. Still dark. Suddenly it dawned on me that the bathroom was black. BLACK.

No amount of lighting was going to brighten this room. My family, tired to the point of tipsyness, roared with laughter over this room. I just knew showering was going to be an experience in groping for the soap.

Finally....a bed. The end of the longest but most wonderful day. Tired as I was, it took awhile to finally sleep. I was in a new world.

I was in ENGLAND.

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Published on November 2 2006

Too bad it's over such a saddening incident. Duct tape no substitute for a babysitter, police say
JACKSONVILLE, Florida (AP) -- A woman accused of duct-taping her two children together and leaving them home alone has been charged with child abuse, the sheriff's office said. Agla Nadia Vincent, 25, was arrested Monday following a seven-month investigation into whether she left her two boys, then aged 2 and 3, taped to each other while she went to work, said Lt. Annie Smith of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office.

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Published on October 31 2006

Hot Air » Blog Archive » Audio: John Kerry on America’s lazy, uneducated military; Update: Video added What a horse's ass. Maybe a better way to succeed is to just marry a reallyreally rich woman? That would be so much easier than school, wouldn't it? There's a reason that I freeze when I get in front of a camera--examples like this guy. Better to look like a deer in the headlights than to insert my foot that far down my throat.

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Published on October 31 2006

And Happy Birthday to my "Pumpkin"..... please take the advice on the bottom of this sign when you are out celebrating TWENTY-ONE!!! omg....how can I have a 21-year-old daughter????
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