Friday Meltdown


The study of Middle Aged Soccer Moms in America and their influence on the political scene.

Monday this hard-hitting USA documentary dives deep into the mystic of the American Pysche concerning matters of impotence in the United States today.

Check your local listings for time.

(I am not all that sure if that is Sarah in all her glory, but it is sure is a reasonable facsimile of her in my opinion.)

PANGUITCH, Utah (AP)- One Utah community is cheering a special bear but don’t call him Smokey.

Investigators say a large black bear raided a clandestine marijuana growing operation so often that it chased the grower away. “This bear is definitely law-enforcement minded,” said Garfield County Sheriff Danny Perkins. “If I can find this bear I’m going to deputize him.”

Deputies found food containers ripped apart and strewn everywhere, cans with bear teeth marks, claw marks and bear prints across the Garfield County camp on Tuesday.

Perkins said the operation on Boulder Mountain included 4,000 “starter” sacks of pot and 888 young plants.

“This particular bear apparently was not going to give up and basically chased these marijuana farmers away,” Perkins said. “Our county is so tough on drugs that even the wildlife are getting in on the action.” I wonder if they have this particular problem in Alaska, where Super Gov. is on the job.

Speaking of Alaska? (Nice blend huh?)

Anchorage Alaska .. The company that provides natural gas to 128,000 homes and business’s including nearly all of that city, is raising rates 22% in January. Enstar the company who is raising the rates calculates a raise in the neighborhood of $125 to $153 per month on average. I don’t know about you, but I cannot personally stand an increase like that. I will be sitting in the dark and freezing my hiney off, if they raise rates around here in such a fashion.

OPEC … Our friendly folks at the producing petroleum states have decided that they have to curb production again, this time by more than 500,000 barrels a day. Too much of it on the market I assume, so the natural thing is to cut production and therefore, keep the “artificial shortage myth” alive and well.  Bend over and get ready, here it comes again, most likely, the day after the elections are over.

I filled up Tuesday, gave the girl three twenties ($60 dollars U.S.) and left with $1.59 change, and I had gas in the tank when I drove in.

The Cabbage Patch Kids turned 25 years old this week, where does the time go?

Pennsylvania …. The City Of Brotherly Love recently took a hit. Philadelphia police have arrested a man suspected of brutally attacking a dozing subway passenger with a hammer while at least 10 other riders stood by and idly watched and did nothing. And here is the part we often hear far too often …. “The suspect had a lengthy record of rape and other convictions.” But I suppose he was re-educated while in prison and then released early.

Is that really your Manhole cover?

Toledo Ohio … City council has tightened city rules for scrap dealers in order to crack down on the theft of manhole covers in that city. An updated law now requires scrap dealers to order sellers of goods (meth freaks, crack heads, bottom feeders) to prove that they actually own such items as “manhole covers, guardrails, the gutters around your home, utility lite poles, grocery carts, grave markers and the occasional beer keg.”

Y’know, those standard pesky house hold items we all have lying around.

In a related article, thieves in New Mexico this week ripped out a 300 foot section of copper phone line and cut off service to more than 500 Quest customers. The line was reported to be worth about $75,000 all total which is a pretty tempting item for thieves with copper going for about $4 a pound.

A quick test … Bears & Stearns, Fannie Mae, Fannie Mac, all taken over by the government at taxpayer expense. Isn’t this Socialism when the government owns everything and you own nothing? What is next, the Airlines, Citicorp, General Motors? America is on the fast road to oblivion ……….

What is wrong with this picture?

St. Cloud, Minnesota … Gold’n Plump Poultry agreed to let its Somali workers take a short break for prayers and allowed them to “refuse to handle pork” because of religious values. The federally mandated settlement includes an undisclosed sum of money for some employees.

This agreement is one of the first in the nation requiring the employers of Islamic workers to provide a prayer schedule and recognize their beliefs. But in Detroit, Michigan when residents lamented about loud speakers calling people to prayer seven times a day and complained they were disrupting the neighborhood, they were told to “grin and bear it.”

More coddling of the chthonic population of this country by your dysfunctional government … Perhaps it is truly time for a change in America.


Parting Shot: “What if God is a woman? I could possibly be going to hell, and I will never know why.”