Posted by: nhfalcon | November 27, 2011


I’m not doing to well at this whole “no more big posts” thing, am I?

Oh well, maybe some day…  🙂

* – I know this is gonna piss some people off, but I can’t pass it up…

Some day I will have a man cave, and that sign will be hanging up in it. 🙂

* – did porn create the modern world?

* – does porn now run the modern world?

* – BaconLube – Keep It Sizzlin’!

(yes, it’s actually a real product)

* – yes! Another hottie hits the open market (hey, there’s nothing wrong with hunting a little cougar now and then, is there? 🙂 ).

* – nicely done, Mila Kunis and Justin Timberlake. Kudos.

* – I linked to this a couple of posts back but it didn’t take properly. Here’s Take Two:

* – I’m not a WoW player, but this is another funny video game trailer:

* – being in the business of selling the iPhone 4S, I find this particularly amusing:

Thanx for posting that on your Facebook page, Mrs. Chili.

* – speaking of cool tech, check this out!

* – and this? This is just a heartwarmer.

* – might there be a Hobbit trailer coming soon?

* – ooh! New Brave trailer!

* – they’re gonna reboot The Munsters? Really?

* – meet the new Q, all you Bond fans.

* – was Jimi Hendrix the greatest guitarist of all time?

(for the record, I have major issues with that list)

* – something tells me it’s only a matter of time before this woman demands serious consideration for the above list:

Anybody who can stand toe-to-toe with Steve Vai is one damn good guitar player!

* – what would history look like if it had been written by the losers (tongue firmly in cheek)?

* – classy, Jimmy Fallon, real classy.

* – this?! This is one of the “entertainers” you Libs love? My god, I don’t know which is worse, the flick that clip came from or Cannibal Women in the Avocado Jungle of Death?

* – that being said, I still love Dennis Miller, even though he’s made some questionable acting choices, too (Bordello of Blood, anyone?).

* – keep working at it, Ed Schultz. I’m sure someday you’ll be #1! 🙂

* – this post’s edition of nanny-statism.

* – now, before everybody gets their panties in a twist about the Republicans wanting to “classify pizza as a vegetable,” perhpas they ought to read this.

* – to be fair, perhaps I should have read this before I got my panties in twist over the whole “Christmas tree tax” thing.

* – look, folks, it’s really very simple: you either want cheaper gas in your car and cheaper oil in your home or you don’t. You either want America out of the Middle East and no longer beholden to foriegn oil or you don’t. If you do want those things, you need to allow domestic companies to drill for oil here at home. End of story. Period. Full Stop.

* – oh, well, would you look at that: more emails from climate change experts admitting they’re cooking the books. Whodathunkit?


* – you can call me a warmonger all you want, but I think a hypersonic bomb that travels eight times the speed of sound and can reach anywhere in the world from the U.S. in an hour or less is pretty cool.

* – I’m sorry, who are the racists?:

* – yes, I’m throwing the above at you (among others), Al Sharpton.

* can we PLEASE drop the whole questioning of Obama’s citizenship thing, like, now?

* – interesting point on how much of a role personal choice plays in the healthcare argument.

* – this does NOT help change my opinion of public sector unions!

* –

Hell, I’m shocked he even had those!

* – I’ve seen this floating around the internet lately and just can’t let it slide any longer:

1) You killed Osama thanks to intelligence gathered during the Bush administration thanks to techniques developed during the Bush administration.

2) You didn’t topple Gaddafi. You yourself spent the final two-thirds of that “kinetic military action” telling us how we weren’t involved in Libya anymore and how it was an entirely NATO operation. So, if you did topple Gaddafi, you’ve been lying to us for a while (not that that would shock me).

3) No, you didn’t screw up a hurricane (mostly because one like Katrina didn’t come through town while you were around), but you sure screwed the pooch with an oil spill.

4) Prevented a second Great Depression? Really? Care to prove that? With something other than “jobs saved and created” numbers made up out of whole cloth? Remember that 3/4-of-a-trillion-dollar stimulus plan you sold us on the basis of unemployment not rising above 8%? Yeah, it’s 9.1%, genius, and it has been for several months. But we’re supposed to believe you know all about how to save the economy? Pardon my French, but, as the boys in the hood would say, “N#$%*r, please!”

Oh, and as much as I appreciate the doughnuts, if that coffee doesn’t have cream and sugar, I’m failing your ass on that count, too.

You’re welcome!

* – why am I not surprised at this?

* – I’ve said it before, and I’ll keep on saying it as long as I need to: if these occupiers want scream at someone, scream at the people you all voted into office. Go occupy 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue. After all, 80% of green energy loans from the federal government went to top Obama donors.

Crony capitalism, anyone?

* – oh, look – more crony capitalism!

* – and even MORE crony capitalism!

* – as long as this OWS stuff goes on, I’m gonna continue to find reasons to mock them…

Like yelling at little schoolkids.

And throwing aluminum water bottles at people’s faces.

And stashing weapons.

And stashing drugs.

And spouting anti-Semitism.

How about this gem?: “That’s life, and it happens…” – Maxine Waters (D. – CA.), referring to the sexual assaults, rapes, and other crimes occurring at these OWS rallies. Nice. Now imagine the uproar if Allen West or Paul Ryan or Herman Cain had said that.

Breaking down, OWS, by crime type committed thus far.

Don’t you just love how the Left likes to scream that the Tea Party is astroturf, not grassroots? How they’re tools of the Koch brothers? Yet, at the same time, they’ll swear up and down how they themselves are not backed by any major advertising agencies or anything.


(yeah, they’re just like the Tea Party)

I’m not much of a Trekkie, but that seemed appropriate. 🙂

Seasonally appropriate, no?

Again, I know the differences are subtle, but we’ve been at this for a while now, so I have faith in you…

Just in case the differences were too subtle, though…

“But isn’t it ironic, don’t you think..?”

Yeah, that seems to pretty much sum up a lot of occupiers’ mentality, doesn’t it?

Maybe these people should consider occupying a desk, huh? There are folks who are willing to help them with that, you know.


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