Tuesday, February 28, 2006

Haloscan comments and trackbacking have been added

I actually figured out how to do it! (Well, sort of...) Anyway, trackbacking and comments are now Haloscan.

2 things in case you've never used it:

You don't have to enter an email or homepage to comment. If you want to, you may leave one or both blank - but if you have a site, I'd like to know where you're from, so please enter it! (And if you're obnoxious, I can ban ISPs. Trolls beware!)

Click on the little question mark above the comment - you can leave different little smileys. :)

Monday, February 27, 2006

Sen. Clinton: Rove Spends Time Obsessing About Me

ALBANY, N.Y. — Reacting to a new book quoting Karl Rove as
saying she will be the 2008 Democratic nominee for president, Sen. Hillary
Rodham Clinton said Monday that President Bush's chief political strategist
"spends a lot of time obsessing about me."
Noting that Rove and his White
House aides have met regularly with her possible opponents in the 2006 Senate
race, Clinton said, "He spends more time thinking about my political future than
I do."
Read the

Honey, he ain't the only one...

Warning: Politically Incorrect

I found this at Rick's site. It's too funny...


Last week I purchased a burger at Burger King for $3.58.
The counter girl took my $4.00 and I pulled 8 cents from my pocket and gave it to her. She stood there, holding the nickel and 3 pennies. While looking at the screen on her register, I sensed her discomfort and tried to tell her to just give me two quarters, but she hailed the manager for help. While he tried to explain the transaction to her, she stood there and cried. Why do I tell you this?
Because of the evolution in teaching math since the 1950s:

Teaching Math In 1950:
A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100.
His cost of production is 4/5 of the price.
What is his profit?

Teaching Math In 1960:
A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100.
His cost of production is 4/5 of the price, or $80. What is his profit?

Teaching Math in 1970:
A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100.
His cost of production is $80. Did he make a profit?

Teaching Math In 1980:
A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100.
His cost of production is $80 and his profit is $20
Your assignment: Underline the number 20.

Teaching Math In 1990:
A logger cuts down a beautiful forest because he is selfish and inconsiderate and cares nothing for the habitat of animals or the preservation of our woodlands.
He does this so he can make a profit of $20.
What do you think of this way of making a living?
Topic for class participation after answering the question:
How did the birds and squirrels feel as the logger cut down their homes? (There are no wrong answers.)

Teaching Math In 2005:
Un ranchero vende una carretera de madera por $100. El cargo de produccion es $80.
Cuantas tortillasse puede comprar...

Sunday, February 26, 2006

Golly, why am I not surprised over this?...

Brokeback Mountain" leads the Academy Awards field Tuesday with eight nominations

Hmm... Yeah, I guess it was a well-made movie and everything... but I don't remember it getting a particularly stunning reception at theaters.
Call me crazy, but I don't think the whole, um, tender love story aspect of it is why it's earning so much recognition.

Saturday, February 25, 2006

One of my new favorite songs. I just love this one!

It's too bad the song is nearly ruined because of a few unfortunate cuss words. (Oh, well, that's what the mute button is for!)

"My Kind Of Music"
Ray Scott (Edited by me. :>)

Well I met this girl I swear was close to perfect,
I could see the ring, the dress, the whole nine yards.
I had a country station on and she reached and turned it,
said she couldn't stand the sound of steel guitars.
We hit the town to catch an early movie,
and ol' Kris Kristofferson played the leadin' role.
I said, "that's my man!", and she said "Who's he?"
I jumped up and said "girl we gotta go!"
She don't like to play my kinda music.
She's never heard a Waylon Jennings song.
She's never been a fan of Willie Nelson.
So there ain't no way in heck we'll get along.
She told me she thinks country music's hokey.
She said "You can't dance to it, and all the songs are sad."
I cocked my eyebrow and said "You must be jokin!"
"Ain't no excuse for havin' taste that bad."
Then I asked her if she'd heard of Alan Jackson.
And she said "Didn't he sing that song called 'Where Were You?'"
I said "Yeah, but girl, that man's a livin' legend."
And she said "Really? I thought he was new."
Naw, she don't like to play my kinda music.
She's never heard of David Allan Coe.
She can't get enough of Whitney Houston.
And I'm thinkin' "Lord, that's all I need to know."
So when the night was over I walked her to her door.
And I bid that girl an overdue farewell.
And without a good night kiss I jumped back in my truck.
Turned on some Hank and cranked it loud as h--.
She don't like to play my kinda music.
She don't know Sunday morning comin down.
She can't see what's so cool about he stopped lovin' her today.
Or angel flying to close to the ground.
She told me that she sorta likes the Eagles.
But she couldn't name one hit by Johnny Cash.
No, she don't like to play my kinda music.
So I had to tell that girl to...

Now you see how intolerant we country people are! LOL- I'm honestly expecting liberals to comment and lecture me about that!

I knew I always liked this fella...

Bolton: U.N. Riddled With 'Bad Management, Sex and Corruption'

"We find an organization that is deeply troubled by bad management, by sex and
corruption and by a growing lack of confidence in its ability to carry out
missions that are given to them," Bolton told an audience at a Columbia Law
School symposium ...

Wow. Finally, someone to tell it like it is. I always liked this fella.
Now we see why the Democrats were so afraid of him.

Friday, February 24, 2006

South Dakota House OKs Bill to Ban Nearly All Abortions

PIERRE, S.D. — The Legislature on Friday approved a ban on nearly all
abortions in South Dakota, setting up a direct legal assault on Roe v. Wade.
Republican Gov. Mike Rounds said he was inclined to sign the bill, which
would make it a crime for doctors to perform an abortion unless it was necessary
to save the woman's life.

Sounds good to me. Though, I'm not looking forward to the doomsday cries from the media and activist groups. No telling what NARAL has in mind...
Still, I like the decision. Should be interesting to see how the Supreme Court eventually responds.

Thursday, February 23, 2006

Great new site

This was over at Gayle's site.
The site is Watching America, and it translates foriegn news stories into English. Go check it out. It's a great resource.

It's amazing what you find out about yourself from people who don't even know you...

I just found out that I'm an 'insane extremist'. Incredible what you can find perusing others' blogs. Recently, "Allison" commented on my site, and actually seemed pretty logical; I even took up for her. Well, I just decided to go visit her site.
And here is what she had to say about me:
(Red text is mine.)

It wasn't until I saw the blog of a 15 yr old right-wing radical from the "deep south" who stops just short of bragging about being racist and ethnocentric[Where? Please tell me WHERE!] , that I figured my own thoughts couldn't be any more insane than hers...

Oh, joy. I've inspired a liberal blog. Her next post also said,

OK...so I was really stupid and went back and started to read more of what the 15 yr old had to say. Her blog is called The Eye of the Storm... She's bright; I'll give her that. She seems to be a very intelligent, articulate young lady who stands firm in her opinions. [Um, thanks.] It's too bad her opinions are so misguided. [There she goes again. "Misguided" must mean "disagrees with me".] She is a Christian and definitely anti-Muslim. [When I see Muslims burning buildings and rampaging with machetes over cartoons, when I see Muslims beheading journalists and stoning rape victims, yeah, I don't have many cozy feelings for them.] And yeah, she admits to being racist. [Someone please tell me WHERE! I am really beginning to think I have an evil twin. Oh, wait...] She's got a little hostility, it seems, towards Democrats and liberals [Um, it's called "politics". FYI, her blog isn't exactly lovey towards Republicans or Bush, as you can guess.] (though I have to assume she's just as hostile with anyone else who doesn't see things her way...
Furthermore, why does this kid think it's OK to slam a bunch of other people, sometimes being downright nasty, rude and arrogant, and condemn ....oh...well....lets see, liberals, Dems, gays, Muslims or any of the other scapegoats for the Republican party AND then talk about how she's been reading Guideposts since she was 7?(She then quotes "Green Day")

I really have nothing to add to this. Apparently, liberals all have the disorder where they believe you automatically must hate the other party. I have gotten so much of this from liberals who think Republican = hates Democrats = hypocritical Christian.
Let me make this perfectly clear. These are the politicians I really could honestly say I have problems with personally:

a) John Kerry. He betrayed our troops after spending all of four months over there and recommending himself for medals. His lies were used against POWs still serving the war he abandoned - POWs who probably don't go around waving their medals in others' faces.
b) Ted Kennedy. Plain and simple, he killed someone. A young, pretty girl he was driving, drunk, to the beach at midnight, never mind his pregnant wife. Womanizer, drunkard and killer. And all of that is considered a "cheap shot" to talk about.
c) Robert Byrd. I can't think of anything politically outstanding he's done, but any former KKK member who voted against the '65 Voting Rights Act isn't high on my list of liking.
d) Hillary. She's a political machine who would do anything to get in office. And all I can think of is Vince Foster, Whitewater, "We are the President", etc.

The others I disagree with politically, sure, but I don't hate.(I can't even say I hate those listed above.) They may do stupid things that I point out, but I don't hate them. Unlike Democrats, I don't hope for the death of the older Democrats, or joke about asassinating Clinton.

Oh, and for the ultimate irony, a few posts later? Allison posts about how terrible the UAE Ports deal is: just because they're Arab!

So... I don't really have a point with this. Like I said, it's amazing what you can find about yourself from others. Now I'll go to technorati...

Wednesday, February 22, 2006

Thought y'all might like this.

Mom got this in an email... I'm not retired, but it's still funny!

Working people frequently ask retired people what they do to make their lives interesting...

I went to Wal-Mart the other day...

I was in there about five minutes, and when I came out, there was a city cop writing out a parking ticket...

I went up to him and said, "Hey buddy, how about giving a Senior a break?"

He ignored me and continued writing the ticket...

I called him a pig...

He glared at me and started writing another ticket for having worn tires...

So I called him a worse name...

He finished the second and put it on the windshield with the first, then he started writing a third...

This went on for about 20 minutes. The more I abused him, the more tickets he wrote...

I didn't care...

My car was parked around the corner, and this one had 'Hillary '08' stickers on it.

I try to have a little fun each day now that I'm retired. It's important at my age.

Tuesday, February 21, 2006

Something's not right here...

SAN QUENTIN, Calif. — The planned execution of a man convicted of
raping and murdering a 17-year-old girl was delayed until Tuesday night after
two anesthesiologists refused to participate because of ethical concerns.
With the execution scheduled for 12:01 a.m. Tuesday, defense lawyers
requested a stay from the federal judge who last week ordered San Quentin State
Prison to have an anesthesiologist on hand to minimize Michael Angelo Morales'
pain as he was put to death by lethal injection. A second anesthesiologist was
retained as a backup.
Although U.S. District Judge Jeremy Fogel denied the
motion, both anesthesiologists withdrew, citing ethical concerns raised by his

Read the rest

Why are they worried about anesthesiologists in the first place? Maybe we should ask him if he provided anthesesia to his innocent victim.

Three Charged in Plan to Attack U.S. Military in Iraq

From Fox News:
A federal grand jury on Tuesday indicted three Ohio men for their role in
assisting terrorism on U.S. targets overseas, specifically American military
personnel and their allies in Iraq.
The indictment, which was unsealed
Monday, said the men plotted to kill U.S. and coalition military personnel in
Iraq and other countries. On at least two separate occasions, among other
charges, at least one of the men verbally threatened to kill or inflict bodily
harm on President Bush, the indictment says.

We are at war. Ignoring something never makes it go away, and negotiating with terrorists works about as well as it did with the Soviets.
The sooner America realizes that, the better. Unfortunately, it just might take another 9-11 for some people to realize that.

Monday, February 20, 2006

I have an idea...

In light of the fact that Muslims get so crazy every time someone draws Muhammed, and the fact that also it's so dang hard for we Westerners to tell Muhammed from any other one of 'em, and since none of us want our head cut off if all we're drawing is just a little ol' picture of a non-holy Muslim, I propose a new image to revere. One that will be quite a bit harder to accidently draw.

See below:

Terror training camps in America.

I first heard of this over at Catskill Chronicle.
ABFreedom, The Canadian Sentinel and Gayle also posted about it.
Now a local Fox Affiliate in NY is set to air a story about it(Al at Catskill Chronicle is going to be liveblogging it.)
I'll just let you click the links and find out about it rather than trying to explain it.

We ARE in a war on terror. This should prove that beyond a shadow of a doubt.

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Oh, go cry me a handful of tears.

As you read, take a look at the picture on the left. It's the little girl who the man on the right abducted. Raped. Strangled.
She was 11. Walking home. She never made it because she was dragged away by a monster.

So, Joseph Smith, I have no sympathy for your little courtroom cry. I have NO respect for your not-so-surprising change of heart.
And the drugs? Drugs may numb your mind, but they don't change you into a methodical monster. The abduction was step by step. Calm.
On that tape you didn't seem out of your right mind when you calmly took her arm and led her away to die. You KNEW what you were doing, and you are the type of person the death penalty was made for. So cry for the cameras and file appeals. Soak up the attention of the loudmouthed, self-righteous opponents of your death. All in all you'll probably have more time on death row than Carlie had to live. And if you're upset over eventually facing a just, painless, humane, long-delayed, death, hear this:
Go cry me a handful of tears.

Just more friendly discourse from the Muslim world...

Read here.
MAIDUGURI, Nigeria — Nigerian Muslims protesting caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad attacked Christians and burned churches on Saturday, killing at least 15 people in the deadliest confrontation yet in the whirlwind of Muslim anger over the drawings...
An Associated Press reporter saw mobs of Muslim protesters swarm through the city center with machetes, sticks and iron rods. One group threw a tire around a man, poured gas on him and set him ablaze.

No further comments.


From an unnamed source, or maybe Deep Throat, or maybe Karl Rove...

"I saw hate in his eyes", Whittington said, "He was coming right at me and there was nothing I could do to stop him. He screamed and cursed and I swear he was foaming at the mouth. I was lying there mortally wounded as he called in Karl Rove to decide how to keep it a secret until I died, and then how to blame it on Howard Dean." The 78-year-old victim added, "I do not blame him completely though. After all, he was tanked."

Alright, alright. Harry Whittington really is talking now, but if you want to know what he really said, go here.

Wednesday, February 15, 2006

This is bizarre...

Willie Nelson Releases Gay Cowboy Song
Well, "Beer for my Horses" was more my style, but that's just me talkin'.

"Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)"... features choppy Tex-Mex style guitar runs and Nelson's deadpan delivery of lines like, "What did you think all them saddles and boots was about?" and "Inside every cowboy there's a lady who'd love to slip out."

Willie Nelson and a gay cowboy song. O-kay. That just puts all sorts of images in my head I wish weren't there.

Not that what a pigtail-wearing, pot-smoking, reincarnation-believer says has any sort of impact, but it's still bizarre.

Tuesday, February 14, 2006

More "unbiased" nonsense.

From ABC:
Hunter Shot by Cheney Has Heart Attack

Cheney Victim Has Minor Heart Attack

Hunter Worsens: Man Shot By Cheney Has Minor Heart Attack

The man Dick Cheney shot

Cheney hunt victim has heart scare
The hunter shot and wounded by Vice President Dick Cheney suffered a minor heart attack ...

Hunter Shot by Cheney Has Heart Attack

Even Fox:
Cheney Victim Has Heart Attack

Gosh. If I didn't know better, I'd think it wasn't an accident at all ...

Oh, come on.

In response to the recently published cartoons mocking Muhammed, and the West's support of their free speech, an Iranian Newspaper has started a Holocaust cartoon contest to test if the west will be as supportive.
And in one way, they're right. Free speech is free speech.(And it's not the first time.) But talk about taking yourself too seriously! Really, is a cartoon mocking Muhammed anywhere close to a cartoon mocking this?

Sunday, February 12, 2006

Must be that blasted global warming again...

Storm Dumps Record Snowfall on New York City
NEW YORK — A record-breaking storm buried sections of the Northeast
under more than 2 feet of snow on Sunday,... Elsewhere, 21 inches of
snow fell at Columbia, Md., between Baltimore and Washington, and at East
Brunswick, N.J., Hartford, Conn., and West Caln Township west of Philadelphia...

Yep. It's even blustery down south where I am. Funny - earlier in the winter, when it was warmer than normal, environmentalists were crying 'global warming'. Now I guess it's "Global Freezing".

Saturday, February 11, 2006

US wins first gold - yes!

Skater Hedrick Wins First U.S. Gold Medal
Saturday, February 11, 2006

TURINO, Italy — Chad Hedrick of the United States won the 5,000 meters Saturday, the first of five speedskating golds he is seeking at the Turin Olympics. The medal is the first for the United States.

Too funny not to post...

I think this came from Gayle's site. It's just too funny not to post, so enjoy!

Thursday, February 09, 2006

No big surprise

Reid linked to Abramoff.
WASHINGTON — Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid wrote at least
four letters helpful to Indian tribes represented by Jack Abramoff, and the
senator's staff regularly had contact with the disgraced lobbyist's team about
legislation affecting other clients.
The activities — detailed in billing
records and correspondence obtained by The Associated Press — are far more
extensive than previously disclosed. They occurred over three years as Reid
collected nearly $68,000 in donations from Abramoff's firm, lobbying partners
and clients.

Not to be redundant... but any guesses on how much attention this will get in the msm?

War on terror? No, of course not...

WASHINGTON — Al Qaeda planned to hijack a commercial airplane with shoe bombs
and fly it into Library Tower in Los Angeles, President Bush said Thursday,
describing just one of many foiled terror attacks on the United States since
Sept. 11, 2001.
The plan, similar to the successful hijacking and flying of
planes into the World Trade Center and Pentagon that killed more than 3,000
people over four years ago, was stopped with the help of coalition partners who
arrested key operatives, Bush said.
"We now know that in October 2001,
Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, the mastermind of the September the 11th attacks, had
already set in motion a plan to have terrorist operatives hijack an airplane
using shoe bombs to breach the cockpit door and fly the plane into the tallest
building on the West Coast," Bush said

Really? You mean 9-11 wasn't just a freak event manipulated for political gains? There actually is a war on terror? It can't be!

Will this get 58 front-page NYT articles? Will this get gloating phrases like, "Belying the claims of top Democrats..."? Will this get half the attention the Tom DeLay indictment got?

No, and if I had to guess, I'd say it will be reported something like,

"In a startling revelation, Mr. Bush admitted he barely stopped another tragic terror attack. Mayors and city leader are outraged at not being informed. Why didn't the President stop it sooner? We'll take a closer look..."

Am I right?

Monday, February 06, 2006

The hypocritical Muslims

Are the Muslim riots really a natural, understandable reaction to a horrific smear by Dutch papers? Were the cartoons that ran published as an attack against Islam, or to make a point? Are Muslims the only ones ever to be insulted like this? Well, check these out.
(And I apologize for the all-out grossness of it.)


The horrible attack against Jews shows soldiers with the Star of David on their helmets gleefully slaughtering people as other Jews drink the blood. I seriously doubt that the newspaper was just making a point about freedom of speech. And this sort of vitrol is hardly rare for Muslim Newspapers. (Source.)

Yet, with all this putrid hate, can you even begin to image, oh, this?

More baloney from ABC News...

This is how Elizabeth Vargas of ABC News just described the Muslim riots over cartoons. She said, [Speaking of Newspapers reprinting the cartoons to assert their right to free speech] "Radicals on both sides continue to fan the flames." The article linked is quite similar.


That's... just how I would describe it.

I just thought of something. Am I the only one noticing a strange absence of the cartoons in the msm? Could it be that they are taking a stand against Freedom of Speech here?

And also, has anybody seen pictures like the ones here in the msm?

Maybe they're afraid to show the real face of Islam.

Sunday, February 05, 2006

I didn't like Britney Spears anyway

and this doesn't help. From Fox News:
Britney Spears will guest star on an episode of "Will & Grace,"... The pop star will appear as a Christian conservative sidekick to Sean Hayes'
character, Jack, who hosts his own talk show, on the April 13 episode, the
network said.
Jack's fictional network, Out TV, is bought by a Christian TV
network, leading to Spears contributing a cooking segment called

YEEARGH!!! Behead them!! Kill them! Stone them! Beat them! Ban them! Burn their buildings down NOW!!

Oh, right. I forgot. Christians don't do that when their beliefs are insulted.

In defense of free speech.

That's why I'm posting these. Some I find clever, some have a good point, and others I don't really get.
But here are the cartoons that originally ran in the Danish publication Jyllands-Posten and caused the current uproar.
I am not posting this because I necessarily endorse all of the cartoons, but for the sake of Denmark, the Jyllands-Posten and free speech, all of which are being violently protested right now by Muslims in Europe.
Really, are these worth burning down buildings over?

(Here is where I got them - Michelle Malkin has been keeping up with the story, and suggests a blogburst.)

Saturday, February 04, 2006

Why am I cynical about Islam?

Because there's too much of this going around to convince me otherwise.
From Fox News:
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Rage against caricatures of Islam's
revered prophet poured out across the Muslim world Saturday, with aggrieved
believers calling for executions, storming European buildings and setting
European flags afire.
Hundreds of Syrian demonstrators have stormed the
Danish Embassy in Damascus, and they've set fire to the building.
building that's been set on fire in the Syrian capital also houses the embassies
of Chile and Sweden.
Protesters have been staging sit-ins outside the embassy
almost daily since the uproar over the drawings broke out last week...
"We will redeem our prophet, Muhammad, with our blood!" they chanted.

Sure. Islam is such a peacful religion. How lovely.
You know, considering how intolerant we 'shotgun raisin', 'Bible-thumping' Christians are,
I don't recall anything like this happening over "The Book Of Daniel."

On another note... feeling hopeful about Hamas? Well, quit.

...the leader of the Islamic militant group Hamas, which recently swept
parliamentary elections there, told Italian daily Il Giornale on Saturday that
the cartoons should be punished by death.
"We should have killed all those
who offend the Prophet and instead here we are, protesting peacefully," said a
top group leader, Mahmoud Zahar.

Oh, and one more thing:
where are the Liberals? The same ones who cry "free speech" every time someone publishes a sensitive CIA report. Where are they now?

Thursday, February 02, 2006

Am I real?

I was browsing technorati and ran across this. I guess I am doing all right, because here is what was said about me, Mary Ann, Edward and Jonathan:
(Emphasis mine)
Joke or real?
I'm not sure if I find it scary, or annoying, or some combination of both.

It's apparently (and I italicize that word for a reason) a group of four siblings with their own blogs.
Two of these siblings are twin girls, fifteen-year-olds:
Eye of the Storm and In the Pines and their two younger brothers, :
The Gun Dude
The Lone Ranger.
Eye of the Storm is nothing but politics, but it's foaming-at-the-mouth anti-democrat politics, and a bit of racism. Are we to believe that a 15 year old girl with a pink blog would blog about Alito, liberals, and Canadian elections, and toss off a phrase like "maddening vociferous rhetoric?" The other twin's blog doesn't seem so bad til you start reading comments and see that not only is it anti-democrat and anti-liberal, it's also more than a little racist, and anti-Muslim (which someone should explain to her is NOT the same as being anti-terrorist.)
The Gun Dude is just a bit scary, since the gun dude himself is a 13 year old who describes himself as a conservative and plans to blog about gun rights. Okay, I just realized that that is equally scary AND funny. Still though, his supposed take on torture is rather interesting. To say the least. The Lone Ranger seems harmless enough, if you can believe that a seven year old boy would choose to blog about media bias against Bush. Right. I dunno. I could maybe believe that one kid in a family could be this odd, but four in one family just screams "brainwashing" to me. And at least one blog does mention that they are home-schooled, so there you go.

I'll let my siblings defend themselves here, but about Jonathan... First of all, yes, we are real. I know it seems a little unlikely, but with all of our haranguing about politics, some of it was bound to rub off him. Jonathan also likes to watch "On The Record" and "The O'Reilly Factor" with us, so I guess that's why he knows who William Rehnquist was and can name the Bush cabinet. Though you notice he only had one post about politics. Right now, for him, video games are waaay more important. And that's fine.

Now, for me. Did you expect my blog to go, oh, something like this?

OMG i just love clay aiken Did you see Paula on American idol last night. She was so HOT!! Speaking of HOT i just am OBSESSED here with USHER man that dude is FINE. i also like, you know - totally loving josh hartnett i just cant decide. i got a TATTOO with him on it!

Yes, I have seen blogs like that. I am not like that. Maybe homeschooling has something to do with it... By the way, I learned the word "vociferous" from O'Reilly, in case you're wondering.
For what it's worth, I've never actually taken English, per se. But I did learn to read when I was 5 and I would read Guideposts when I was 8. Maybe that accounts for the phrases I "toss off".

Racism? I wonder why. Because I'm a proud Southerner? Because I refute the idea that the South was, is and always will be the bastion of all evil? Because I am cynical about Islam when I see no Muslims stepping up to condemn terror?

Hmm... Some fast facts to prove I'm not a ghost:
I actually do like American Idol, but my LIFE does not revolve around it.
I know what MTV is, but Abu Ghraib seems much more preferable to actually watching it.
I really like clothes and shopping, but I don't really think y'all want to know about it... and I don't like looking like a streetwalker. Does that make me a ghost?
I listen to country music and am slightly obsessed with it you could say... but, like before, there are things more important than it.
I'm not lesbian, but I also don't think you want to know about who I think is "hot".

Okay... can't think of anything else normal, so that's all.
This is probably my most jumbled post ever. Sorry... just trying to be "normal."

I know I probably shouldn't even link this wierdo, but I am gleefully doing it so you Conservative people can tell him what you think of the paranoia. Oops - fancy word. Sorry.

p.s. With the state of Public "Education", I wonder - does this person even know how politics work? It doesn't take a genuis to know that to be a Republican, you're just naturally anti-Democrat. Duh.

Wednesday, February 01, 2006

Please vote for me!

I've been nominated for "Best So Far blog awards". You can vote via email at BestSoFar@RightThinking.net, starting today, through Sunday, Feb. 5th.

Please vote...

for Eye Of The Storm!