Day by Day

Friday, March 30, 2012

Burn Out

Downtown Denver is beautiful, but there are some foks down here who's prior drug use has come back to haunt them.  Or maybe their current drug use.  Either way, the juxtoposition of healthy, active folks and shambling burnt out zombies in the morning let's me know that I ain't back home.

Ahhh, life in the big city.

Altitude sickness!

Yay!

The spray patterns I just left in my toilet required four flushes to finally remove.  I should be fine tomorrow, but today kinda sucks.

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

The Media Narrative

You think the Mass Media isn't trying to gin up a racism story with the Zimmerman/Martin case?

Think again.

Oh, and while you weren't looking, Obama just banned new coal-fired electric plants.  Enjoy your higher rates for electricity, you fucking suckers!

Monday, March 26, 2012

The New Civility

Yep.

“Whoever donated their heart to dick cheney: fuck you,” tweeted @yokelesy.

“Cheney’s black soul keeps rotting out his heart. Fuck that bitch,” @SolidGlo waxed poetic.

“Why in the contumacious fuck are we wasting a perfectly good heart on dick cheney?” tweeted @mr_senor_pete


“I’m glad Cheney survived his heart transplant because I’ve always wanted him to die in a horrible fire,” @Jedimasterbator tweeted.

More at the link.  This is who they are.  This is what they do.

To truly understand what the Prog Left wants

You only have to look at where their 'Progressive" ideologies have been put into place.

Shin In Geun was four years old, too young to understand the speech that came before that killing. At dozens of executions in years to come, he would listen to a guard telling the crowd that the prisoner about to die had been offered "redemption" through hard labour, but had rejected the generosity of the North Korean government.
Guards stuffed pebbles into the prisoner's mouth, covered his head with a hood and shot him.
In Camp 14, a prison for the political enemies of North Korea, assemblies of more than two inmates were forbidden, except for executions. Everyone had to attend them.
 Ah, the People's Paradise of North Korea, where communism has ruled for three generations, and everyone is happy!  Really!  Just ask their Dear Leader Great Successor, Kim Jong-Un!

The following year, secondary school came to an end. At 16, it was time for a permanent job. Shin's teacher handed down assignments without explanation, curtly telling students where they would spend the rest of their lives. More than half of Shin's class were sent to the coalmines, where accidental death from cave-ins, explosions and gas poisonings was common. Most miners developed black lung disease and died in their 40s, if not before. Moon Sung Sim was assigned to the textile factory. Hong Sung Jo was sent to the mines. Shin never saw him again.
Shin was assigned the pig farm where he snacked on corn, cabbage and other vegetables, and sometimes even sneaked an afternoon nap. Turning 20 on the farm, Shin believed he had found the place where he would grow old and die. But in March 2003 he was transferred to the camp's garment factory where 1,000 women stitched military uniforms during 12-hour shifts. When their foot-powered sewing machines broke down, Shin fixed them.
In the summer of 2004, while he was carrying one of these cast-iron machines, it slipped and broke beyond repair. Sewing machines were considered more valuable than prisoners: the chief foreman grabbed Shin's right hand and hacked off his middle finger just above the first knuckle.
 Scratch a progressive, find a commie dictator.  When you look at what the horrors of socialism and communism have brought, you can only draw the conclusion that people who still advocate for this sort of life are determined to be the people guarding the political prisoners, which makes folks you and I what, exactly?

Yep.

This is what they want.  This is what they're pushing for.

Found at The Smallest Minority.

Let's translate, shall we?

Obama the gutless fucking anti-Constitutional shithead is caught asking Russian President Medvedev for "space" on Missile Defense, and says:

"After my election I have more flexibility"

So let's translate, shall we?  What does having "more flexibility" after his "election" mean, anyways?  From where I sit, it means that he's going to do more bullshit that Americans won't like, but he won't give a fuck because he'll be on his second term.

Yay.

And after his "election"  That cocksucking dictator-wanna-be must have his ACORN affiliates working overtime to register dead people to vote.

Sunday, March 25, 2012

Change in the weather

And every joint in my body is hurting.

Getting old ain't for wimps.