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Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Bless you Lisa yes there is more to the poem, I tried to erase it because I did not think that it was clear enough to read and yes I am nearly half Fin. The other is nearly half Irish throw in a little Swede and enough Native American and you get me.:D...... I will try to re do the poem. I have been very busy trying to stay abreast of the main issues, taking stock, and dealing with some ancient personal wounds in my life recently; so much so that I really haven't taken too much time here.

Yet I really think that it is time that these issues be brought to lite and I am grateful that this thread has lasted so long.. I know something about where we have come from having worked in the medical field for eight years in the early eighties and my mom is a retired nurse, my wife worked medical billing which I of course got an earful from that. Some of the things I heard horrified me not to mention the news stories. I think what the for profit hospital corporations have done to a once excellent medical system is completely atrocious in the worst way. They have turned people away for lack of insurance who have died because they did not receive medical care. Appalling. Disastrous. Down right wicked. I see though an attempt to rectify the situation by our government which I have to agree with the rightest may be too expensive.

I also think Mike is right. The proverbial writing is on the wall for the medical insurance companies. The one area that is totally being ignored though is that today 80% of the hospitals are owned for profit. A complete reversal of what it was before medical costs became the issue it is today. 80 % were private or local municipally owned not for profit hospitals.

As a comparison My Mother has been ill over the last several years and had several hospital stays. The second to last stay was in a local Nat. Am. facility, and the personal care she received was head and shoulders over what her most recent stay in a regular hospital. I infer that at the Native American Hospital was not worrying about the cost and the local hospital was. My Mom came home depressed and upset from the last stay. Completely demoralized not to mention the apparently obvious difference in the number of personnel available for cares causing a lower level of attention that could be paid to her I also believe contributed to a longer stay. I heard a couple of disturbing stories which I will not repeat simply because the staff was not to blame and in this day and age of sloughing responsibility off on the nearest scape goat, I intend to spare the nursing staff and angle my ire at the policies of the administration.

I have several other reasons for my want to return to a more private or munciple not for profit system including a recent study that shows a lower death rate in non-profit institutions.

I am probably just thumping my head against a brick wall on this but I feel a sincere need to say these things.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Not a bad thought

But I want to add my own little amendment to this . I would say that conventionality is not necessarily morality.

"Conventionality is not morality."
Charlotte Bronte (1816-1855)

Cooling cycles

Did ya ever watch a top spin. It is not perfect now is it? Planet Earth is like a top as it spins around the sun and it's spin is not perfect either, neither is Earth. This all combines to make for a wobbly orbit but not one that you can normally discern even year to year.

But it is repetitive.

Without scientific proof I am thinking that earth is in a cool down cycle longer lasting than many people want to admit especially those who stake their careers and income on that not happening.

However lest some of those who would say that means we do not have to resort to so called green energies should take a back seat to my bad finger(make me mad and I can use the other words). There are more than enough reasons for converting to other energy sources.

Saturday, September 26, 2009

My e-mail

Fountains of the deep

Ja ever hear that during a tectonic event that the ground ceases to be a solid and acts much more like a liquid? D'ja ever hear that the earths crust is positively loaded with water?
My theory is that the earth was struck by a small comet and this cause a major shock wave to travel through the crust. The blow would have also deformed the earth mildly the combination of the deformation and shock wave would have had the effect of squeezing the water up and out of the crust. Ergo the fountains of the deep. The comet itself gave up billions of tons of water while transiting our atmosphere and upon impact. It also makes plausible the idea that the volcanoes would have sudden cause to erupt as their plugs could have been weakened from the crust rupturing earth quakes.

All of this combined with the billions of tons of water the comet itself lost while transiting our atmosphere and upon impact equals planet wide flood.

"There are many volcanic rocks interspersed between the fossil layers in the rock record—layers that were obviously deposited during Noah's flood. So it is quite plausible that these fountains of the great deep involved a series of volcanic eruptions with prodigious amounts of water bursting up through the ground. It is interesting that up to 70 percent or more of what comes out of volcanoes today is water, often in the form of steam. "

I don't agree as much with this article, but the 70 percent volume water from volcanoes is much more that I imagined.
It is curious that physical courage should be so common in the world and moral courage so rare.

Mark Twain (1835-1910)

Friday, September 25, 2009

Meet some of my family

Kelly my neices husband along with my neice and my 72 year old mom holding Mitchel Raymond. The Woman combing my mothers hair is my moms helper. A sweetheart of a woman.
Rene got a scholarship for college girls basket ball and her husband recieved a scholarship to Texas A@M for football. My Niece Quit and relinquished hers while her husband blew out his knee which is premenantly damaged before the freshman season began. But it looks like their son is rearing well and will be in the next gen. of family military and/or sports greats.
Cuti Pie ain't he. when he gets older don't tell him I said that.

One day in my suffering and love of God

I prayed a prayer that God would talk to me by his Word and hence forth I have been able to open my bible and and my eyes would fall upon a verse that answered my question or worry immediately.

This was the verse that fell upon me this one day.

Deu 23:5 Nevertheless the LORDH3068 thy GodH430 wouldH14 notH3808 hearkenH8085 untoH413 Balaam;H1109 but the LORDH3068 thy GodH430 turnedH2015 (H853) the curseH7045 into a blessingH1293 unto thee, becauseH3588 the LORDH3068 thy GodH430 lovedH157 thee.

Not purposely but it is the way I grew up. I still can not hear the condescension in my voice as I speak and the tone irritates people to wonder who I may think I am. Never the less though my heart may have had pure motives people were moved against me. I learned to accept this and continued on as if they hated me not. And God honored me in this by my simple forgiveness day to day of the missives done to me and behind my back. I neither blamed God nor the cohorts.
And according to my heart turned my curse into a blessing. As I forgave and prayed blessing upon them so to did God at my behest bless. As for my hopes upon them did he give them hope as I wist honor upon them so to did he honor them. As I desired wealth for them so to did he give them monies. In all of this I found joy and took my payments in the emotions of pride and declared the right to boast of them and did so.

William Shakespere

The course of true love never did run smooth.

William Shakespeare (1564-1616)

Forgive me with my sincerest apologies

A note I wrote to a man whom I never imagined would ever visit my site. And thanks to all of those of you who were so much a part of my life back then. The team was my identity and I have cherished the memory of those days and thought to plow a road (so to speak)for all of my old teammates and classmates because they were decent people who deserved it.

Starsplash said...
I don't live in the past and this pic was not really aimed at people who like you who have turned there lives around and turned back twards God. It was aimed at people who have a serious angst against me for my religious, spiritual, social, and political beliefs. Which is why I am so quick to challenge anyone who would come to my site with a bent on straight up insulting me.I could write a book but most of them are pussies hiding behind a computer. I also intend that they should think twice before they go around insulting someone they don't know. Also they are unwilling to identify themselves.Truth is I cheered you on and bragged on you and everyone else ever since 1976. I may have been too proud but then I was given the gift of playing with Titans and at the time it was all I had.

Now by God I have been tasked by the Father to plow a road for him and though I do not deserve to tie his shoes truthfully as pathetic a man as I am I shall do it so help me God.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

Winning with Grace.

EauClair North

TO BE EDITED1st editing complete2nd editing completeThis should be a long story about my experience with High school football.I suppose I should start with a finished entry but I think I will just start with an outline and expand on it later.My experience.What I learned.How it helped me.How I paid for it.It was the 9th game of the season and we were 8 and 1 ranked 5th in the state and we needed to win the last game for a chance at the 4 team state playoff. We were in the top division for high schools in Wisconsin. Class A. 13th largest school by population, 2100 students in 10th, 11th, and 12 grades.I was the starting right defensive end and had 63 tackles to my name at the start of the game. We were playing a team that had a 4 and 4 record so the game from outward appearances looked like we would win. The coach warned us that 2 weeks ago 4 of Eau Claire Norths key players had returned to playing status from injuries and they had just won against 3rd ranked Jainesville . Coach told us that this may not be as easy as it looked on paper.As was my habit during the week before the game I studied my opponents carefully. Noting height and weights and statistics of each and every starter and any platooned player that both our offense and defense might face, consciously evaluating one on one match ups. From the details of the other team and watching film of their last weeks victory I decided that coach was right. These guys who had never had a winning season before; were the end of this one, on top of the world, full of the hope that they could not be called total losers any more and hungry to eat another top ranked team in the state. I could sense it, almost feel it. They had something to prove to themselves and everyone else and they were determined to prove it.The Wednesday before the game I was again studying the intel on the Huskies;Johnnie (Randy Johnson) comes over and stands next to me; also looking at the board says after a couple of minutes, "we are going to beat them". I said yes but it is not going to be that easy. Not like the news was making it out to be.Thursday afternoon we left for Eau Claire for an overnight stay so we would be fresh for the next days game . Friday afternoon we headed over to their school and checked in to the locker room. We had a couple of hours to kill before we had to get dressed up so we wandered around their gym area a little. What I saw was a weight lifting area that wasn't as good as ours, but had what looked like a lot of new equipment. I was impressed, with a twinge of oops, these guys must be more serious than they used to be.We were a big team with lots of strength and a lot of speed for a bunch of white boys. The fastest. No other team in the state had the combination of speed and strength that we had. We were smart. We were well coached and drilled constantly in fundamentals and techniques of the game. In short we were good,the hardest hitting, with good morale and confidence in each other. Our coach was a master strategist and tactician and knew how to pay attention to details.At the end of the first half the score was 0-0 and it was turning out to be as tuff as I suspected. Although we were knocking the stars out of them they weren't caving in mentally. They were staying in it and had out gained us offensively. They were executing their plays well, blocking well, and sticking to their responsibilities. Each one doing to our defense what they should do, hindering our players from getting to the ball until their key backs could get into the open field and use their outstanding ability to make tacklers miss and we were great tacklers. The only thing that did save us from being scored on was our outstanding team speed, pursuit and team tackling. We never quit until the whistle blew. Because of this we always had two or three guys around the ball carrier. Never the less they were popping loose for five and ten yard gains consistently. Something 8 previous teams failed to do.We weren't frantic. We remained calm, determined, resolute. We weren't quitters. We did not give up. They were not going to beat us. But neither team was letting up. We couldn't . There was too much at stake for each of us.The second half started out like the first battling back and fourth with the game still deadlocked at 0-0. We finally broke the ice with 2 or 3 minutes left in the 3rd quarter. Coach pulled a seldom used play out of the book and had Nielson throw a short out to our tight end Larry Banks who then rambled 63 yards through several tackles to the three yard line, where we gnarled it in one yard at a time. Three plays for 6 with Todd Florey smashing in from the 1/2 yd line. The PAT was blocked but we were up 6 to nuthin. The Huskies were demoralized temporarily and we were the champs at going for the kill. Now was the time to put this incredibly tenacious and honorable opponent down.The ensuing kick off went well in that direction when their receiver bobbled the ball into the end zone barely escaping back out to the 3 yard line. This is where it went terribly wrong. As they came to the line of scrimmage I felt relieved mildly because there was no tight end over me. The boy was a tough blocker even though I was defeating his blocks, he just wasn't making it easy. It didn't dawn on me that their coach was about to pull his rabbit out of his hat.........The ball was snapped, and I watched as an apparent TO QB boot headed away from me to my left. Suddenly vwoooo, the guy broke past the line of scrimmage with a ton of blockers in front of him, and like that......there were five of us from the back side rocketing after Billy Sand catching him at the 45 yard line. We took it like men, we were not shaken and lined up as if they hadn't just broke the longest run against us that year. Same thing. No TE and no split.but I had not ascribed any significance to the missing players. The ball was snapped and the play again broke to the left. I stayed home until the ball crossed the line of scrimmage like I always did guarding against possible reverses, but this time I saw the breakaway developing. A thought so strong I could have sworn I said it out loud "they got through" I felt a the rip of lightening.......the fabric of time.....everything went quiet.......still.......peacefull.......calm.......time slowed down....the world around in slow motion. It's as if I was no longer treading earth. Next to me John Francouer was being driven backwards by the o-guard. I lept effortlessly over John like a gazelle, grace in motion on an intercept course with Tim Larson at my right. Tim was a 4.5, 40 yd dash, strong side DB; fast, and recognized as the hardest hitter on the team, but I was out striding him and pulling ahead. Tim, because of his inside position got to him first and I let him have the tackle dragging Billy down inside our 30.......time returned to normal. Two plays and better than 70 yards. In 1976 No-other team had even come close to that against our D, NO-ONE. I remember asking Dave Minor the left DE what was going on over there? Both Dave and Warren Williams our left DT said that they had two and three guys each on them. We freaked. They were running that unbalanced O-line we had practiced against and yet we spaced it. We had added a defensive shift just for the situation. I felt bad, I should have seen it but it wasn't just my fault, there were 10 other guys out there, three coaches on the sidelines and the coaches in the press box. We had been lulled....shenanged, and got burned for 70 yards.We made the defensive adjustment but the best we got was making them pay for the next 20+ yards. Two first downs and 8 plays later they scored. We were able to return the favor and block their PAT but the game was now 6-6.I was bone tired. The Huskies ran the wishbone, an offensive set that tries to rag the defense from sideline to sideline. They were executing it perfectly. I had about 10 tackles by this time and some of them were coming from the backside and down field. I had done a tremendous amount of running. In between plays I was shaking from the exertion. From somewhere inside of my heart a still small voice kept saying "keep going". I can only imagine that the rest of the guys felt the same way.I was in pain. I had heard something pop in my head and I had a headache. I had taken a just right shot to the helmet and my neck was sore. I had a giant bruise on my left thigh and my left knee was now in pain from the same hit. My left shoulder was sore from a particularly brutal that I could not believe I had made. In fact when I hit the guy I thought he had slipped by me. This one I am going to describe because it would make any ones highlight reel any where at anytime. The play started with them 1st and ten on their 30 yard line heading north. Ball was on the my left hash mark so the wide side of the field was now my AO and they loved to run to the wide side, their goal was to do everything they could to stretch us out and they were doing it well. The next play they decided to run was a triple option designed Q-B boot with the half backs and a pulling guard out front. Their problem was they ran 10-12 yards deep behind the line of scrimmage and I had the speed to get to their point of attack before they did, and I did but took a blast from the running back that knocked my legs straight back and out from under me blowing me two yards off the line of scrimmage and flat on my face. I never took my eyes off of Billy Sand the Q-Back. He cut perfectly inside the block, but my world class reflexes snapped my legs up under me like a bull frog and I launched with both legs and all my might with perfect aim and timing hit him in the left thigh. My arms snapped around to tackle but they just swished through empty air. As I was going back down on my face I remember saying:"not again", out loud , and then a moment after I hit the ground I also said; out loud; '"man that hurt", then the whistle blew, to which I also said; "good somebody else got him, thinking that at least I had slowed him or turned him into some one else. I laid there for a moment in agony as did the guy who had blocked me. I dragged myself up and looked over at the QB who was still on the ground(also slow to get up) all by himself and I asked Jimmy Larson on the way back to the huddle who "tackled him"? He said "you did". Non-plussed I said"yeah but he got five more yards".The next Monday we watched the last film of the last game of the year and when we got to that play the coach reran it couple of times. When I hit him it propelled him up in the air about 8 or 10 feet with his legs spread but perpendicular to his body. His body parallel to the ground and his head towards his teams sideline or west. He spun two complete rotations before he almost landed on his feet 5 yards down field then collapsed. He was slow getting up. I think that play just about killed the half, me, and the QB. 'Man that hurt'. 'Man that hurt'.But by God I kept going. I prayed constantly that God would not let me get proud or profane. I was confident in God. I believed. I said so out loud to Kelleher and Carry as I headed back onto the field from a flying missed tackle. Though I didn't get the tackle it caused the runner to stop cold in order to dodge me and Dave Minor coming hard from the guys rear creamed him. Jim Kelleher says "way to go Erks". I said"we are going to beat these guys".We played on that , I know we weren't playing for overtime and neither were they. Both teams were out to win.We didn't make it, the two teams continued the vicious fight till the final gun sounded and it was into overtime.Overtime in Wisconsin in those days was 4 downs from the ten yard line each, until one scored more than the other. If it remained a tie then the series of downs were repeated 3 times until one came out ahead. If none came out ahead then the game was declared a tie.We got a 20 minute break before the start of OT. I forget who won the toss but I know that we started on offense first. Our first play from the line of scrimmage was like the trouble we had been having this gain. Again coach pulls another play we seldom used. A ten yard pass over the middle to Todd Florey. Nielson threw it high but Todd had an outstanding vertical leap. He snatched the ball and scored. Pand-o-monium for us. Coach Hoff did not want to risk a field goal and also wanted to put the pressure on the Huskies. He went for two. Same identical play. Todd jumps for it and again nabs it for 2 more.The pressure was now on Eau Claire. I told the left DE Dave Minor that it was "up to him and me because you know they are coming at us".1st down: North runs play up the middle and gains 1 yard to the 9.2nd down: The ball snaps and just like I had seen 20 other times in this game the QB fakes to the full back. Key. I burst inside heading at him as hard as I could determined to knock the snot out of him and make him dump the ball off before he was ready. Focused so hard that I can still count the number of steps I took. When Billy Sand turned around to check off on me I was already in his face....He pitched the ball without even looking for his back. He threw the ball 3 yards behind Dave Runnings and the ball kept going all the way back to the 22 yard line. I scrambled after it and had my hands on it but lost the struggle for the wayward oblong. It was still good though, it cost them 12 yards. Got the bobble credited to me and the tackle for a huge loss.3rd down: Billy dropped back and connected over the middle and got the 12 back, tackled by our safety Larry Smith and ?????.4th down: They pulled the TO QB boot right. Dave Minor didn't fool around with it this time. He pulled that white boy speed out of his @$$ and hauled the runner down from behind for a 3 yd loss.Game over. We won. Often in the course of a sports year the two best teams face each each other before the final and big game. That the real championship game is invariably played earlier in the season may be occurring much more that we realize. I think this was so this day. For in my opinion I believe this was the best game of that year in the State of Wisconsin. Just another one of those things that I can not really know for sure.................When the game ended I looked for Billy Sand. I didn't find him. I am not sure exactly what I would have said to him but I definitely thought that I wanted to talk to him. I wanted to congratulate him personally and tell him what a great team North was. They were good....very good. Better-n-the one team that beat us.I ended up with about 14 tackles, I missed another 6, co- defensive player of the game with Dave Minor, whiplash, a minor stroke, massive bruises and memories to last a life time. And the greatest memory of what it feels like to play with champions because that is what we were and to this day, come what may I maintain still are.At the end of the game I gave thanks to God.At this end of this season I gave thanks unto God and I am still giving thanks unto my Lord.We didn't make the playoffs because the WIAA(Wisconsin Interscholastic Athletic Association)judges down at state screwed up the math and by the time they got it straightened out playoffs were over but the University of Wisconsin's football scouting crews who rated the HS football teams every year independent of the WIAA gave us their number one rank. I guess that is consolation. We will never know. I am convinced that we would have probably won the championship but there is an aside.I was suffering from some very bad and painful injuries and I would not tell anyone I was hurt, It surely would have killed me.God is in control......................................................

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

More .

Who else is in this picture and what was the other guys number. Punter don't count.

Monday, September 21, 2009


More Accolades

I din't get this by being an asshole.

From hot to this.

I wanna do this., for more unique repairs go to There I fixed it.

My answer to Assholes

Yah I could be nice and say that you misunderstand me but then I really get the feeling that you are twisting my words around for your own nefarious ends.

I did not say that I did not see the value in the numbers in the bible I said that I did not live by numerology.If you get that straight about me then you understand that numerology is of course alive and well but I don't live by them.
It also shows that you do not comprehend the bible. Not even in the least of things elst wise you would drop all of your arguments against Christians.

Tirades. Mwha. You ain't even come close to seeing one of my tirades yet. They are excruciatingly nasty. Or wait a minute maybe you have-about 5 years ago I had one hell of an argument with someone just like you.I have never lost one of those arguments. Never.
In fact none of my brother or sisters have ever seen nor heard one of them. Pray tell you don't. I would simply shred you with words in such a manner as you can not imagine. If this is excruciatingly nasty for you Probligo then you are a pussy.

All you are doing is making an argument for the sake of arguing. Like some old ancient philosopher I heerd of. Making up stuff from some crazy accusatory idea aimed at discrediting something to which you have not got one clue. Attacking peoples because of some insane attitude you have developed from other apparent crazy people who have no clue either. Totally ignoring vallid scientific evidence. Using subliminally denigrating and insulting language vaguely disguised as discourse.

And then get upset when it gets thrown back in your face like you were above it all when all the time you were hoping that some kind of brouhaha would develop so that you could say, see see, that's what I ma talking about "you hurt my feeeelings". Well big whoop De do, your a big boy now you should be able to handle it.

So yeah I know your kind. You know how I deal with your kind face to face? I give them so much more than thay want. I leave them with a serious fear that maybe they went too far and were lucky to get away without getting put in hospital. Turns out that verbal bullies like you are just like the bullies that picked on me when I was a kid. They really didn't think I would or could kick there ass and when they found out the other way they were so goddamn glad to escape me that it literally became a life changing event for them. Same way verbally.
So you want to have an honest discourse with me be my guest but don't go down the BS road you are trying to right now.

Last but not least the world only sees external meanings and signs but I tell you this God does not care for external signs and that means that I can and do cuss like a sailor. Catholics drink like fish and others do other things. Big whoop. I don't care. Jesus loves me just the way I am.
How would you have a blue collar person a Harvard graduate? Mha, not going to happen.That's just your excuse when the real reason you don't believe in God is because you don't believe in God. So what.
The angst you carry out against Christianity is totally without reason.

I say you cannot prove me wrong but time will prove me right. Just like it did from the last five years of my publicly decrying the state of affairs here in the US proved out perfectly even down to the numbers of unemployed. Mha. lets see you do that. But nooo your to busy bashing Christians to do that.

But wait a minute were not done yet with my predictions and prognostications yet. I made many predictions starting 13 years ago for 20 years. We got 7 more years of predictions I made left. Predictions I made by God. And asked God to make happen. And guess what?, it's happening. You want proof of God there it is. So I really don't care if you believe or not if these things are going to happen and no matter what you do or anyone does, you can't stop them from happening.

Fact is the predictions really need you to not believe that they will happen so that they will.It actually makes me a little nervous that your kind would repent and the world would change which would make me a kook. So long as they keep happening I look like the wisest man on earth.But I will defer you to the Almighty as the power behind it. I just got a little insight that's all.

Superstitions are not superstitions if they happen in real life now are they?

You want to know know one of the main ones. I predicted a long slow agonizing painful slide to the American economy. It's happening slow as a slug but it is happening.
It is what it is.

PS. Words are not weapons, they are just provocations.
I am claiming that phrase.

Thursday, September 17, 2009

Ambrose Bierce

Politics: A strife of interests masquerading as a contest of principles. The conduct of public affairs for private advantage.
Ambrose Bierce (1842-1914)

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

And then it rained for forty days and forty nights

Drowning all the people of the earth except Noah who somehow mysteriously knew(wink) and built a boat and saved what he did.

Ok, I'm positing this. That's it I know that's it.........whatever.


Signs in the heavens and the earth.

Luk 21:11 AndG5037 greatG3173 earthquakesG4578 shall beG2071 in divers places,G2596 G5117 andG2532 famines,G3042 andG2532 pestilences;G3061 andG5037 fearful sightsG5400 andG2532 greatG3173 signsG4592 shall there beG2071 fromG575 heaven.G3772
I'm calculating that this meteor excavated approx. 30 to 39 million tons of earth.

President on

Somebody asks, "Why would he do it?"
"He's a jackass," Obama replies, (laughter)
Thinking to have gone to far, mirthfully continues . "Come on guys," he says. "Cut the president some slack. I've got a lot of other stuff on my plate."

That's the blue collar answer. The common mans way. The last figure I ever heard was that 75% of the population of the U.S. was not college educated. And he just spoke to the and for the vast majority of people who thought that the rapper Kanye West was rude to Taylor Swift.

Saturday, September 12, 2009

On July 3, 1776, John Adams say's to his wife Abigail that he hoped that Independence Day would be “celebrated, by succeeding Generations, as the great anniversary Festival.” He wanted it to “be commemorated, as the Day of Deliverance by solemn Acts of Devotion to God Almighty” and “solemnized with Pomp and Parade, with Shews, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.“

On to immigrants. This is the naturalization oath.

“I absolutely and entirely renounce and abjure all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign prince, potentate, state or sovereignty … I will support and defend the Constitution and laws of the United States of America against all enemies, foreign and domestic… I take this obligation freely without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; so help me God.”

I say, Stick this in your athiestic "smipes and poke it".

Office Politics

There are so many things so much more improtant than office politics.

Friday, September 4, 2009

I deleted this article due to my poor launguage

This is going to be short and sweet. The guy is getting what he deserves. How can people do such a thing.

Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Give, all you proud cheap ............

WARNING! This article is full of swear words!!!!!!!!

I am going to break the law with this one. I am going to do this by putting a paragraph sized quote from an article that I found at yay-hoo news without permission. I don't give a , this needs wider dissemination

"So inaccurate is the public perception of homelessness that the world cries foul when a homeless person is seen with a mobile phone or an iPod or heaven forbid, a laptop," Matt said. "Homeless people don't use the Internet, they don't write blogs, they're not webmasters and they don't use Twitter. They are alcoholics, they are substance abusers, they are illiterate. They don't work. They sure as hell don't have the right to fall in love. Do they?"

I took off to serve God and for fourteen months I, for the most part lived out of my car. The world I discovered does not like homeless people. They relegate them practically to digging in garbage cans for there lunch. This, in the land of plenty is bullshit. That's why I am going to do my little thing; if it kills me, to find a way to present some lunch for these people personally.

Another thing I discovered was that approximately 50% of the people who were homeless, where I was at, DID NOT WANT TO BE HOMELESS, and were able to, and actively seeking a job. But because of some intellectual butt holes statistical analysis were being pre-judged by the; GUESS WHO, educated businessmen and women of up America. That gets the thank you so much you over educated under experienced college professors. Thank you for teaching our young people to treat the downtrodden with subliminal rejection and hate.

I used to put $*^&%Y$^&* instead of the cuss words but man but that was just giving me high blood pressure.

I edited out several cuss words. I guess I feel pretty strongly about this.