Saturday, July 29, 2006
Please be vigilant in your lookout for this character and report his whereabouts as soon as a positive sighting is made. The sooner to know where there's a Sweaty the better to avoid ever coming in contact with one. Networking is a MUST!
Well Steve my little friends don't like being made fun of one tiny bit. I'm afraid your Big Brother will be of no use in protecting you from their righteous wrath.
Friday, July 28, 2006
This defeat is already one of the most expensive military adventures, in life and treasure, ever attempted by this government. Not only has it been an utter failure tactically but has destabilized a whole region of the world and earned, for each of us, enmity and hatred from the rest of humanity. Can anyone blame them?
Jihad is a spiritual battle that has been resurrected in the 21st century to avenge the evil crimes committed against God by the Infidel. This vital component of faith and righteous belief gives them an edge in battle over the soft and lukewarm secularist invaders who thought this was gonna be as easy as playing a video game. How wrong they were.
I earnestly pray for the defeat of the American and Israeli armies. I hope that it will be a first step in returning this country to a humble republic, not an Empire bent on controlling the lives and resources of those who inhabit distant shores. Let us again be a beacon of freedom and liberty to the rest of the world.
If this is truly a Christian based country how can we condone death and destruction in our name, as they use our confiscated wealth to kill and maim the innocent? A Christian country? Yeah right.
"Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues!" - Revelation 18:4
Let's hear it for Hezbollah! Sic semper tyrannis!
P.S. I wonder if this blog will be detected in a data mine owned by Big Brother? Hello Dad!
Wednesday, July 26, 2006
Monday, July 24, 2006
I obtained several beautiful hardbound copies of the good doctor's books recently, at a Florida thrift store, which included Yertle the Turtle and then proceeded to read some of them to Connie, curled up on a couch. A very romantic evening indeed for me, sharing the canon of Suess with the one you love. What could possibly be better?
On the far-away island of Sala-ma-Sond,
Yertle the Turtle was king of the pond.
A nice little pond. It was clean. It was neat.
The water was warm. There was plenty to eat.
The turtles had everything turtles might need.
And they were all happy. Quite happy indeed.
They were... until Yertle, the king of them all,
Decided the kingdom he ruled was too small.
"I'm ruler", said Yertle, "of all that I see.
But I don't see enough.
That's the trouble with me.
With this stone for a throne, I look down on my pond
But I cannot look down on the places beyond.
This throne that I sit on is too, too low down.
It ought to be higher!" he said with a frown.
"If I could sit high, how much greater I'd be!
What a king! I'd be ruler of all that I see!"
You'll love the ending. It will be ours too.
Sunday, July 23, 2006
At 345 feet Britton Hill is the lowest high point out of all the 50 states. The next lowest high point is owned by Delaware with a staggering peak jutting 448 feet above sea level. The other three states with high points below 1000 feet include Louisiana, Mississippi and Rhode Island. Happy Mountaineering kids!
Saturday, July 22, 2006
I'm living with war everyday
Friday, July 21, 2006
I've just returned to the baking heat of the Utah desert after a wonderful and enlightening trip in the CSA (Confederate States Of America). It was long overdue. I was reconnected with so many fundamental things that I hold dear to my heart including a profound sense of fellowship and belonging amongst my fellow Southerners. I am now, at this moment, making plans to return.
Den I wish I was in Dixie,
In Dixie land, I'll take my stand to lib and die in Dixie;
Thursday, July 06, 2006
Since the Sunshine State is really just one large piece of misplaced African limestone I have bought a guidebook on where to fossil hunt and plan to bring home magnificent specimens of prehistoric mammals, reptiles and sharks.
I will be sending some of you postcards from the many alligator farms and snake-i-toriums I plan to visit and promise to bring home salt-water-taffy and sea shells for my desert dwelling friends and neighbors. Happy July ya'll!
Saturday, July 01, 2006
This is very important reading for those of us living directly downwind of these proposed explosions. Very important indeed!