Thursday, May 6, 2010
Feast your eyes on the latest in female adornment, the tattoob! Beware, these are photos of boob tattoos, so don’t get shitty if you look at the titties!
Can you imagine what your dad would have done to you if he got your cell phone bill and it was $18,000?
15 million Americans remain unemployed. I know a lot of people who need a job, but I don't know very many who want to work...
Have you ever wondered why very few churches grow, but the number of churches continue to increase? Seems to me religion should bring people together for a common purpose, not divide due to personal preferences... Someone at church upsets you, don't forgive them, just move your membership.
I can actually remember when we ate meals at the dinner table and had to ask permission to be excused. I remember when Americans didn't want the government involved in their business and would not ask for their assistance. Oh, I'm even old enough to remember when courtesy was common...
Where are all the tree huggers who should be screaming over FEMA's poor performance handling the oil spill? I guess the unions have all the contract labor sewn up.
Did you happen to notice the Update this morning? Wise County tax evaluations dropped almost 10%, mainly over business inventories. Will local government decrease spending or raise taxes? That is the question...
I have recently become an online gamer and find it highly addictive. I love to play scrabble...
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
Monday, May 3, 2010
Life is sexually transmitted.
Good health is merely the slowest possible rate at which one can die.
Men have two emotions: Hungry and Horny. If you see him without an erection, make him a sandwich.
Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day, teach a person to use the Internet and they won't bother you for weeks.
Some people are like a Slinky... Not really good for anything, but you still can't help but smile when you shove them down the stairs.
Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing.
All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
Why does a slight tax increase cost you $200.00 and a substantial tax cut saves you $30.00?
In the 60's, people took acid to make the world weird. Now the world is weird and people take Prozac to make it normal....
And the Number 1 thought is:
"Life is like a jar of Jalapeno peppers, what you do today, might burn your ass tomorrow"
Sunday, May 2, 2010
Ken Hughes, in his letter to the editor in the WCM said, ‘“Simply put, today's "tea partiers" are clearly the most bigoted, white people in America.’
I have read Mr. Hughes rants for quite some time, allowing myself to agree to disagree with many of his opinions and ideals, which make me nauseous. After numerous letters to the editor, he has become easy to ignore, until now.
He chose to call all “tea partiers” bigots. How does a liberal end rational discussion? By name calling. There is only one problem. My 74 year old mother is a “tea partier”, and no one calls my mom a bigot; no one. You can call me anything you want, but you don’t call my mother names or infer her behavior is unladylike.
It looks as if he needs to remember that there are consequences to offensive public behavior, even with the right to free speech. If someone calls my mom a name that offends me, they got an ass whoopin coming.
I look forward to personally expressing my freedom of expression for disrespecting those Americans who have those same rights; of which, over 90% of them do not call names or behave inappropriately. Mr. Hughes is no friend of America and a bad example to my children and grandchildren. I'm sure he is a very lonely man.
The problem with “tea partiers”, Mr. Hughes, is they are people of action, not only words. Hide and watch...
As a drought continued for what seemed an eternity, a small community of farmers was in a quandary as to what to do. Rain was important to keep their crops healthy and sustain the way of life of the townspeople.
As the problem became more acute, a local pastor called a prayer meeting to ask for rain.
Many people arrived. The pastor greeted most of them as they filed in. As he walked to the front of the church to officially begin the meeting he noticed most people were chatting across the aisles and socializing with friends. When he reached the front his thoughts were on quieting the attendees and starting the meeting.
His eyes scanned the crowd as he asked for quiet. He noticed an eleven year-old girl sitting quietly in the front row. Her face was beaming with excitement. Next to her, poised and ready for use, was a bright red umbrella. The little girl's beauty and innocence made the pastor smile as he realized how much faith she possessed. No one else in the congregation had brought an umbrella.
All came to pray for rain, but the little girl had come expecting God to answer.