Monday, December 27, 2010



Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Nice Picture HP


Friday, August 27, 2010

The Problem with Hell


I have MS and one day something short circuited and everything smelled like cheese. I mean everything: food, soap, shampoo, my car, my chair, my family - everything had this essence of cheese. Was some Dairy God sending me a message? Was this a cheesy sign? Should I worship at an alter of Limburger? The brain is a very messed up organ. It does things like make pretend places like hell possible. Thankfully the irritating symptom only lasted for about a week.

For us to survive as a species we have to engage in rational thought. That does not mean everyone has to completely deny the existence of a god, but only to accept that do to a complete lack of evidence there is most likely no god. Faith after all is just a feeling and like many other feelings, it could have more to do with the pizza you ate last night than something real.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Tuesday, August 17, 2010

PHOTOS: U.S. News And World Report's Best Colleges 2011


fail again:

Donald Rumsfeld went to Princeton. George Bush went to Yale and Harvard. Henry Paulson went to Dartmouth College and Harvard. Ashcroft went to Yale and Columbia. Gonzales went to Harvard. Michael Chertoff went to Harvard. Joshua Bolten went to Princeton. Paul Wolfowitz went to University of Chicago. John Negroponte went Yale. Lloyd Blankfein went to Harvard. John R. Bolton went to Yale.

Are you catching my drift here? Please do a little research instead of just regurgitating other magazine's stories. If you did, you would realize that Harvard is completely revamping it's business school because of the poor quality of grads.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, August 6, 2010

Christopher Hitchens On Cancer: I'm 'Realistic' About Odds Of Survival, Pray For Me If You Want (VIDEO)


He said he might at the end say there is a God, but it would be because he was not fully lucid. Which I find interesting - is belief a matter of consciousness? The less connection you have with reality the more connection you have with the supernatural? It seems sort of Joseph Campbell like doesn't it .. the primitive subconscious needs a magical power.
About CNN
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Sunday, August 1, 2010

The Rave Toilet: Who Knew Flushing Glow Sticks Would Be This Awesome?


And thus .. God created the universe .. in his toilet
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, July 31, 2010

Maxine Waters ETHICS CHARGES: Democratic Rep May Face Public Trial


I'm not excusing Waters or Rangel. Hey, if you do the crime .. you do the time. But can't we get a little .. just a little enthusiasm for Obama to investigate the Bush crimes? I mean Waters and Rangel were over a little bit of money .. nothing compared to say .. oh .. starting a war on false pretenses.

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Sunday, July 25, 2010

BP CEO Tony Hayward To RESIGN Before Tuesday: Reports


Reminds me of the Beatles song -

You say yes, I say no.
You say stop and I say go go go, oh no.
You say goodbye and I say hello

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tom Vilsack: Shirley Sherrod Has 'Been Put Through Hell,' Deserves New Job


What is wrong with Obama? I'm starting to think that Blagojevich would make a better president. At least Blagojevich has guts and stands up for his friends.

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Learning from the Great Down-Under

I spent many months in Sydney and I think we could learn a thing or two from our across the pond mates. I have to admit that saying I know Australia by living in Sydney is like saying you know the United State by living in New York.

Fair enough I guess, but here it goes.

Australian don't particularly have any fondness for guns. The people who live in rural area have a gun - but it's only out of need. I never met an Aussie who was a gun collector, nor have I ever seen someone armed.
All Australian are required to vote. If you don't vote you're fined by the government. Voting is a requirement

Australia has one of the best health care systems in the world. It's completely universal, meaning that everything from doctors to hospitals is run by the government. I spent some time in a Sydney hospital and the doctors were top notch.

Most Australians I meant were religious and regularly attended church. However, unlike Americans and an Australian would never judge or tell anyone how to worship. It would be the height of bad manners.
The government encourages people to exercise and have a healthy lifestyle. That's why their average lifespan is 82.6 years and our is 77.8 years. There have excellent parks and recreational facilities. They also have some of the best beaches in the world.

Australia honors their veterans. Not only do they have full health care, but there are support facilities and clubs call RSL's.

Most Australians care about the environment. Most believe in global warming. As a matter of fact, most Australians except science as a means of understanding the world.

Australians live and buy local. Sydney which is a large and beautiful city has many local markets and pubs. There are malls and I've purchased and excellent wool jacket at a Target. However, after work many Australians walk to a local pub or shop at a small local market.

Which brings me to the last point. Australians know how to relax. Most businesses give 20 days off plus another 11 (public holidays) off. For a total of 31 days. In the United States you're lucky to get 14 days off.
Now I love the United States and there are some things about Australia that really get on my nerves .. won't discuss them here. That aside, we could really learn from the Aussies. You don't see them protesting in the public parks - with signs that say "Stop Sosalism" (I know Socialism is misspelled) 

Friday, July 16, 2010

BP - the company of I don't know

Do you ever get the feeling that British Petroleum is just exhausted of dealing with us pesky, infernal Americans? We ask so many questions - all we do is nag, nag, nag. And we are too dang sentimental about our beaches and the waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

As Tony Hayward, Chief Executive of BP said before jetting of to a yacht party in England, "I would like to get my life back." I guess we, Americans are just too much bother and BP is officially done dealing with us.

BP has become the company of "I don't know".

When Hayward was called before congress, he barely would admit he ran the company or that he knew anything about BP. One could almost hear him ask, "What is this BP you speak of?".

-- That left Democrat John Dingell of Michigan, the senior member on the committee, to ask Hayward a series of very specific questions on how much time and money the company saved on Deepwater Horizon as it carried out what many critics have termed  corner-cutting.-- TIME

To which Hayward responded with nothing:

I can't possibly know why the decisions were made [on the rig].
I don't know.
I can't answer the question in that form. I can't recall the number.
I can't answer because I wasn't there.
I'm afraid I can't recall.
I can't recall that either.
That was a decision I was not party to.
I don't know.
I'm afraid I don't know that either.
Henry Waxman, the chairman of the Energy Committee become so infuriated with Hayward's nonresponse-response, Waxman exclaimed, ""I'm just amazed at this testimony . . . you're kicking the can down the road like you have nothing to do with this company." - Truth Out

It has been 85 days since the oil gusher began and about 184 gallons of crude (Yahoo News) have flowed into the ocean like some giant, greasy sea monster. Still BP knows nothing - The company is like Sgt Schultz in Hogan's Heroes - "I see nothing .."

To this day, it seems like BP still has no idea how things get done. Somehow, almost magically, ships arrived at the oil spill site and started doing stuff. How that happened BP is still fuzzy about the details.

BP is even unsure as to who designed the new containment cap or how it was installed over the damaged well. When asked by the Cristian Science Monitor if the rumors were true that a mysterious plumber designed the cap -

BP spokesman Mark Salt says, "There's no way of finding out at the moment" whether Bea's forwarded suggestion from the self-described "lowly plumber" made it into the design. "There's also a good chance that this was already being designed by the time this [tip] came in."

On the other hand, Mr. Salt adds, "I'm sure we've used bits and pieces of suggestions [from the outside] and have picked things out that could be used going forward. - CS Monitor

How can BP not know the origins of how the new cap was designed? If I acted this way with my wife, I would soon be a single man.

Further Reading:

Yahoo News - Now Begins the Wait
TIME - Hayward Doesn't Know
Truth Out - Waxman comment
Democratic Underground - Joe the Plumber fixes BP
Christian Science Monitor- Mystery Plumber

Thursday, July 15, 2010

What's up my ninjas

There's a difference between Ninja and Ninjer. Find out what it is.

I wonder what it is for 1/4 Jew?

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Mr. Karma

The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that former Vice President, Dick Cheney underwent major heart surgery where a small pump was placed next to his shrunken, evil heart. The operation was conducted at Inova Fairfax Heart and Vascular Institute just  outside of Washington, D.C.

“A few weeks ago, it became clear that I was entering a new phase of the disease when I began to experience increasing congestive heart failure. After a series of recent tests and discussions with my doctors, I decided to take advantage of one of the new technologies available,” - Cheney said.

The implant is usually used to help a failing heart until a heart transplant is needed.

*** My Thoughts ***

As the WSJ reported this device is usually used to keep a person alive until they can get a transplant. I'm not sure this is the case with Cheney. He may be getting the device to prolong his miserable life. But if he is looking for a transplant here are my thoughts:

Cheney is 69 years old and no matter how much I despise him - no one over the age of 65 should be getting a precious heart transplant. I know everyone wants to live as long as possible. I understand the feeling. But the amount of time, resources and unavailability of organs prohibit someone as old and frail as Cheney from getting one.

This is more suitable for a younger and healthier candidate. Cheney has lived a fulfilled life - granted it was full of evil deeds. There are many people who have not had the chance.

Even if he did get a transplant how long would he be expected to live - ten more years at most is my guess.

If you want to know why our healthcare is so expensive, it's because we foolishly spend very expensive treatment on people who it won't improve their condition for a long period of time.

Bad karma prohibits me from commenting further

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Glenn Beck's Gal

Meet the new face of the Republican Party. She want the ass-hat supreme, Glenn Beck to run for President. I'm not responsible for any brain viruses.

She might be one of Beck's many wives.

Whoopi Goldberg: Mel Gibson Is Not Racist, He's My Friend


I think it is time to read from the tome of Terrell Owens:

"Like my boy tells me; if it looks like a rat and smells like a rat, by golly, it is a rat.”

“When I'm around him, he tries to downplay it, like everything is cool, ... But I'm not sure it is.”

“I don't think so and I'm just being honest.”

"I never had any run in with the law."

"Everybody is not going to be squeaky clean."

"I feel like I know it is from my heart and God knows it is for a good cause, it is not necessary to be made public."

"on-the-field heroics will far outweigh any off-field criticism."

"then he needs to get his sense of humor checked."

And those are the wise words for Mel Gibson from our friend and sage TO.

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Saturday, July 10, 2010

100 of the Greatest Movie Insults of All Time

Be insulted and enjoy ..

Warning Strong Language

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Friday, July 9, 2010

Parking Wars

As I mentioned before I have MS. There are a lot of really bad things about MS but one of the benefits is that I have a handicap placard. So, when it's hot and my muscles are all locking up I get to park close to the nice cool entrance.

Yea for me! However, there is one place I frequent almost every day and almost every day a non-handicap person parks in the handicap zone- usually in the last available space. This forces me to use the parking lot across the street - walking in the 110 degree heat.

Boo for me - right. Okay, I don't mean to rant but this person is a gymnast instructor and her brood of kids are gymnasts. Literally, they come out bouncing, flipping and cartwheeling to their gas guzzling SUV, jump in the car and speed off. They do this almost EVERY DAY!

So, now I've started to take pictures of the offending car. I've provided an examples. See the infidels!! What's worse is her license plate clearly says "*gymnst" and there is her gymnastic school sticker on the window.

When I bring this up to my friends they tell me to report her or call the police. The sad fact is that I am too lazy to do that. Plus, there would be a confrontation and even though I'm in the right - it's just not worth the effort. Why bother? And my other disabled brothers and sisters that park there have remained as silent as me.

So, I sit here drinking a diet Dr. Pepper in a dark room, typing on a computer and simmering in self-hate.

Thursday, July 8, 2010

Psychic Octopus Received Death Threats


You know .. you don't have to eat the octopus all at once .. It could take up to 8 days to eat the creature. ... I'm just kidding .. let the cephalopod live - better yet set it free.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Bobby Jindal Signs 'Guns-In-Church' Bill Into Law


Things I would rather have in church other than guns: a bucket of frogs, mice, rats, clowns, monkeys, clown monkeys, a dozen camels, a pirate with scurvy, Glen Beck, Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck and Rush Limbaugh kissing in the front pew, Ann Coulter adam's apple, zombies, cheerleaders with rabies, watching Battlefield Earth, Bobby Jindal in a 7-11 uniform, Lindsey Lohan, Satin, satin, Satin in satin and Kenny G.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Tuesday, July 6, 2010

America's Deadliest Sweetener Betrays Millions, Then Hoodwinks You With Name Change


Another HP medical hysteria. How exactly does Aspartame mimic MS? Does it create lesions in the brain and spine. Does it cause you to lose your eyesight or hearing? Do you get a drooping foot?

I don't think so. Aspartame may not be the best thing to ingest every day. And of course fruits and other sugars are much better for you, but Aspartame will not ruin your life.

Aspartame Toxicity is an Urban Legend

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Glenn Beck University? Fox News Host Starts Own College


First I do have sympathy for Beck .. His mother has severe depression that caused her to commit murder/suicide and his step-father committed suicide. He got divorced from his first wife because both had severe drug addiction and from his second wife because of his drug addiction and he couldn't handle his son's severe disability. He obviously is bipolar and has admitted he has ADHD. He is a drug addict and an alcoholic. He likes to smoke pot from time to time.

However, I fail to understand why anyone would take him seriously. He's a funny - sometimes scary little clown.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Monday, July 5, 2010

The Game of Wife

There's something very wrong with Finland's Wife Carrying Race ..

If you're a Mormon do you have to carry all of your wives?

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Kobayashi ARRESTED: Joey Chestnut Wins Hot Dog Contest, Former Champ Dragged Off By Cops (VIDEO)


Really - over hot dogs .. on the 4th of July ..come on .. what has this country degenerated into?
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Does Martha know Blogging

Does Martha Stewart really know what's she talking about? You decide ..

I'm between the Baby Boomer and Generation X. Which means, I did not get my first computer until I was about eighteen years old. Oh sure I had an Atari 2600 and an Intellivision, but the first computer was an Apple II+. There was no consumer Internet back then. But there were bulletin boards and Unix. So, I was familiar with e-mail and blogging before it really got big.

However, my poor parents - who barely know how to operate the DVD player are throughly confused by any new technology. It's hard enough for me to keep up - it took me six months to kind of figure out Twitter. My father still has a very hard time attaching anything to a message. It's sad .. very sad.

Your Parents and the Internet

Friday, July 2, 2010

21 Killed In Massive Mexican Gang Shootout Near US Border


Good thing this has nothing to do with us Americans .. I'm so happy our hands are completely clean of this massacre.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Sunday, June 27, 2010

World Cup 2010: Germany Beats England 4-1


The reason I am so happy that Germany crushed England is that you will never find a more magnificent complainer than the English. They take moaning and whining to a pure art form. Notice I said whining not winning - The English couldn't find winning even in the dictionary.

Back to my point, all throughout the UK you'll hear griping and crying and arguing about this World Cup for the next fifty years. You won't be able to walking into a pub - as an American and say Germany and football in the same sentence. As a matter of fact, if you're a Yank - you're just better off not even mentioning "soccer" and if you're a German just forget about that miserable island across the Channel.
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, June 25, 2010

Raining Oil in Louisiana

There have been reports that oil from the BP disaster has been falling with rain in Louisiana.

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Jobs Bill Fails In Senate: Democrats Say Thursday's Doomed Vote Was The Last Chance


If Obama didn't help out his good friend Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. from an obvious racial profiling arrest - what hope do us "little people" have?
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friendly's Grilled Cheese BurgerMelt: New Challenger To The KFC Double Down Throne


Cheese .. I love cheese
Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Friday, June 18, 2010

BP response to oil disaster.

BP's rational response to the oil disaster in the Gulf.

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Leave me alone

Watching the World Cup - England vs. USA.

So go away

Live Blog of Game

Monday, May 31, 2010

Oh Well ...

What happened to Podcast #3


Friday, May 28, 2010

ThunderCats - gone to the great scratch pole in the sky

As reported in Kotaku, Stephen Perry the writer and creator for the ThunderCats was murdered in Tampa Bay, Florida. The creepy thing is he was reported missing on May 20, 2010, when his van was found at a Tampa hotel with a severed human arm inside it. Police later discovered that his house had been ransacked and ...

"His roommates, James Davis (45) and Roxanne Davis (49), disappeared, but have since been arrested on unrelated charges, writes Tampa Bay Online. James Davis was picked up on drug trafficking charges, and his wife is charged with violating probation" - Kotaku

Perry was suffering from bladder cancer and had troubles paying medical bills due to a lack of health insurance. Sadly, he died before the republication of his comic, Time Spirits and a movie contract for the same title. It is widely known through the comic book community that James Cameron's Avatar is a direct ripoff of Perry's cat world creation.

Just take a look for yourself.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

The Bull Stops Here

According to the Huffington Post, the famous Spanish matador, Julio Aparicio was impaled through the bottom of the throat in a horrific goring. The injury left him in critical condition.

"[The horn] went though the tongue and penetrated the roof of the mouth, fracturing the jawbone," one of the medics who worked on Aparicio told AFP news in Madrid."

Warning Extremely Graphic

Click here to see pictures of the goring.

Click here to see a video of the event.

Daily Telegraph
Sky News

I bring you this story to highlight my general rules about animals:

1. Don't mess with animals. There's no reason why you need to mess around with an animal.
2. Don't torture, scare, injure, kill, mutilate an animal for entertainment.
3. There are only a few reason why you need to kill an animal.
A) The animal is going to hurt you or your family
B) The animal is food.
C) The animal is threatening the life of your livestock
D) The animal is crucial for the progression of medical research.
4. If there is a God, God did not put animals on this earth for your person sadistic entertainment.
5. Karma's a bitch and so is Mother Nature.

Pretty simple really.

Photograph is the property of the Daily Telegraph and does not belong to me and is used under "Fair Use" rights.

Thursday, May 20, 2010

Chicken Lady Strikes Again!!!

Cluck .. Cluck .. Cluck

Thursday, May 13, 2010

Made a No. 2 - Political Fingers Podcast


Finally completed a number two and like an infant I'm quite proud of myself. I think I got a little better in this podcast .. who knows?
I start off talking about my favorite talk-radio personality. Rush (oxycodone) Limbaugh. Rush recently challenged President Obama to a game of golf and I had to comment about that.
My favorite musical paradoy about Rush. I'm a Nazi Song
Rush's 2006 trip to the Dominican Republic.
Next, I talked about Nevada Republican Sue Lowden who is trying to take Harry Reid's Senate seat.
Chicken Lady Lowden - How to barter with your doctor.
Executive VP Sue Lowden - Breaking the back of Unions - My time at the Sahara Hotel
JD Hayworth's run for John McCain's Senate seat.

JD Hayworth corrupt connections to Jack Abramoff. Donations made by Abramoff to Hayworth.
Washington Post has a story titled "U.S. risks China's ire with decsion to fund software maker tied to Falun Gong."
NPR's story on "Hawaii Law Shuns Obama Birth Document Requests" and on Birthers.
Played commerical about Creationist oposition to Alabama Republican candidate Bradley Byrne
I made through another podcast .. hope to do a new one soon .. thanks for your support

All non-narrative audio clips are not owned by me but are part of "Fair Use" and are used for non-monetary, educational and commentary purposes. All music has been purchased by me but I own no rights to the music.

All other material is copyrighted 2010 Kmuzu

Sunday, May 9, 2010

Happy (late) Cinco de Mayo

From the sick mind of Robert Rodriguez, comes another great movie, Machete. Machete started as a fake trailer in the film Grindhouse. So happy Cinco de Mayo - Arizona Butt Wipes

Saturday, May 8, 2010

Another Reason I'm Agnostic

Sometimes, I wonder if there is any hope for humans. Why is it so hard for some to accept science? All one must do is look around them to understand the earth is more than 6,000 years old.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Jesus Loves the Racist

This is why I'm an Agnostic. Do I need to say anything else?

For Whom the Rig Blows

Almost two weeks ago (April 21, 2010) the Transocean oil rig, Deepwater Horizon exploded killing 11 workers and sinking the rig into the ocean. This rig was leased by British Petroleum (BP), the fourth largest oil company in the world. The oil rig has been leaking 5,000 barrels a day.

An enormous oil slick is now heading toward the shorelines of Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida and is killing birds, turtles and a variety of other wildlife in it's wake.

Who's to blame for this disaster and the tragic death of 11 workers? Is it BP which is known for other disasters such as, the Texas City refinery explosion and the Cherry Point explosion. BP also has one of the worst rates of human death of any oil company. Is it Transocean which has had it's own troubles with accidents? Just after the accident Transocean CEO, Steven L. Newman released the following statement:

"As the nation and everyone in the Transocean family mourns the tragic loss of these people, our deepest sympathies are with their families and friends today," said Mr. Newman. "Transocean is doing everything we can to meet their needs during this difficult time, and our family response team members are in close contact to provide all necessary support. I would once again like to express our gratitude to the U.S. Coast Guard, BP and everyone involved for their exhaustive search and rescue efforts, despite this very sad outcome."

Obviously the statement was crafted by a lawyer in conjunction with some public relations person. How many times have we seen this exact statement from other companies? Notice nowhere does Mr. Newman take any responsibility for the tragic (not difficult) accident, nor does Transocean say exactly what they're going to do for the families. Furthermore, Mr. Newman does not even express regret for the disaster, only mourns for the family. Are those crocodile tears I see?

No matter how apathetic or greedy these corporations are, I suggest that most of the blame neither rests upon BP or Transocean, but with "Drill Baby Drill". It's America's insatiable appetite for gasoline. We encourage companies to drill in deeper waters and in delicate environment. We give money to countries that promote terrorism and kill our soldiers with sophisticated, armor piercing explosives in Iraq and Afghanistan. As the cartoon character, POGO once said, "We've found the enemy and he is us."

Saturday, April 24, 2010

KFC- Double Down Experiment

I tried a bite of the infamous KFC Double Down sandwich. The DD is two pieces of fried chicken pressed together. In the middle is a whole bunch of cheese and bacon. I hope you enjoy the pain I experience in the video.

This sandwich reminded me of the "They're Made Out of Meat" comedy video.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Lender Conversation

So, I live in a part of town that always gets telemarketing calls. I decided some time ago to start recording these - not to get into any arguments but just try to get some of the people off script. Usually, I'm successful. Many of these guys are so desperate to talk to a real person and not talk about what ever crappy product their told to push. Here is one conversation I had about a month ago - I toned out the names to try to protect her identity.

Telemarketing Conversation #1

Gieco Lizard Fired - It's that easy.

As reported in the Huffington Post today Lance Baxter, the voice of the Gieco Lizard was fired for calling Tea Baggers mentally retarded. I'm going to talk more about this in my podcast, but my initial reaction was - Doesn't everyone know that most of the Tea Party are mentally retarded. As I suspected most of the Tea Party organizations are full of sissies and cowards. They start crying, "Oh the Gieco Lizard called us retarded - I think I just soiled myself"

Look I understand that it's in bad taste to call a group of retarded people, retarded and it is appropriate for Baxter to apologize for his rude and inappropriate remarks, but to fire him is just wrong and an extreme overreaction by Gieco.

Does Gieco understand that most of its customers are in their 20's and 30's? And that target market ain't in the Tea Party. Furthermore, the Liberal blogs are chalked full of comments saying they're either dumping Gieco or never purchasing Gieco. How many customers does Gieco think they're going to get from the old, grumpy, white Tea Baggers?

Is Gieco going to do the commercials with a replacement VO? That will just be sad and awkward.

Gieco logo used as "fair use". Gieco in no way supports or endorses this blog.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Car Signs

As I'm driving down the road I am sometimes amazed at the crazy stuff people on their cars. Here are three examples I captured with my cell phone:

Every Iranian, excuse me Persian I've ever known is so damn proud of being Persian. Persians are more proud of their culture than anyone. To them, if it ain't Persian it ain't worth crap.

Here is a perfect example of what I'm talking about. It's not enough for this Persian guy to have a convertible Porsche. Oh no, not for this Persian. He must also put a huge picture of the Persian state steal on the side of his car. God love em. There is nothing like em in the world. The emblem links to a website - The guy who owns the car is Majid Majidian.

This one is a little hard to see, but on the back of this car in big letters is the title of his company. Dr. Doo (business must be closed - web address is dead) .. profession dog crap picker upper. Now I have no problem with a guy making a living and certainly there's a need for a good doo cleaning service. What I found funny is that just below this giant Dr. Doo, his license plate reads UKLIFE .. which I guess means something about the University of Kansas .. To me it just meant, "UK the Home of Dr. Doo." I mean no offense. I'm sure this guy is a hard worker and certainly a fan of UK. And no offense to the University of Kansas - although their basketball team could use some help.

The extent a retarded Tea Bagger will go to show his complete lack of class always amazes me. Here we have a Hummer, of all things, with the phrase, "Take Back America" and below it "Beelzebub: Obama". I guess he means Beelzebub the demon. Is he using Beelzebub as some kind of verb? But then why the colon? .. Is Beelzebub addressing Obama in a kind of letter? Is Beelzebub like a club and Obama is a member? Is he asking a question like Beelzebub? and hoping Obama will answer it?

The "Dump Reid" is typical of transient Californians who move here to escape the taxes. We Nevadans call em "Stiffs", because they come here with a suit and a dollar and neither gets changed.

Podcast Away

Welcome to Political Fingers

PF is a podcast that covers news, stories and events from a damn Liberal point of view.
This is episode #1 - The beginning of a dynasty.

Show Notes

Alabama ranks 48th lowest in life span
Average life expectancy of people living in Utah

Audacity® is free, open source software for recording and editing sounds.
CAD U37 - The microphone I use to record the show.
Boogie2988 - He does stuff and things on the Internet for his own amusement.
Jon Voight - Tea Party manifesto on Fox.
Meteor streaks across the Midwest
Etta Baker - Blue Grass guitar
Youtube - Woman yells Heil Hitler to Jewish man.
Time Magazine - Living longer

All non-narrative audio clips are not owned by me but are part of "Fair Use" and are used for non-monetary, educational and commentary purposes. All music has been purchased by me but I own no rights to the music.

All other material is copyrighted 2010 Kmuzu

Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Back from the edge

After a long recovery ... I am back and ready to save the world