Monosyllabic Pedantry

Friday, December 30, 2005

Nobody expects the Spanish Inquisition


The local creative loafing has a story about Tabby, the stripper with the shaved head.
It turns out that she's quite the political activist by day. The short version is that, according to the FBI, "somebody had informed them she was planning a trip to Iraq". When this news was coupled with other aspects of her life, a red flag went up at the FBI:
  • She doesn't have a car, a driver's license, or a bank account.
  • Tabby Chase isn't her birth name. She was born Jeanette Helen Winsor but changed her name five years ago when she moved to Atlanta.
  • In February, Chase traveled to Washington, D.C., to work for a group called Action Medical Research at President Bush's 2005 inauguration. Chase says she was a "street medic," someone who dispenses first aid at progressive rallies and marches.
In the summer of 2004, Chase had been kicking around the idea of joining Circus2Iraq, a group that performs for children in war-torn countries. But she says she couldn't scrape together the money for a plane ticket and, after hearing that several members of the group were killed while in Iraq, decided against going.

This all led to the dreaded phone call from the FBI. "We want to ask you a few questions." Which they did. She brought a lawyer with her and spent about 90 minutes with the feds.

I don't think exporting strippers to a muslim country, to perform for children, is going to win us any points with the imams. Then again, she also worked as head dominatrix at the Chamber, the now-defunct S&M club, so maybe she could whip those Sunnis into submission.

It turns out that I unwittingly supported a leftwing organization. I may have the FBI knocking on my door soon.

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

I hate doctors

I'm so pissed off right now. As some of you may have heard, Mrs Shwartz stabbed a hole through her septum ( the tissue that seperates your nostrils). As you can imagine, this is an incredibly painful experience. If you don't believe me, then take a moment to shove your index finger up your nose to the second knuckle, hook it far as you can, and yank it back out. I'll wait.

OK. So now we're all on the same page. I can understand that the specialist that is going to repair this damage, will not be available until January 6th. I accept that anyone with the skill to perform surgery, including a skin graft, up a person's nose, is a hot commodity.

What I don't buy, is that the fucking doctor's office refuses to prescribe even minor painkillers, and I'm talking 1/4 mg lortab. It's not like we're asking for morphine.
No, these fucktards insist that they can't risk anything above Tylenol. Otherwise, she'll turn into a junkie.

How is it that the land of the free is one of the few places on earth that hourdes simple pharmaceuticals in this way? I've spoken with people from asia. With the exception of things like morphine and pharm cocaine, if you need a drug, you walk into the corner store, ask for it, and they give it to you. Simple, huh?

This is a prime example of why I am not conservative; because ignorant bible-thumping monkeys feel that they have the authority to dictate something that they know absolutely nothing about.

Why can't the government just stay the fuck out of our lives?

Sunday, December 25, 2005

Lance's deal with the devil

Apparently, whatever deal with the devil that Lance Armstrong made that allowed him to overcome cancer and then win the Tour de France six times in a row, is also infused in his semen. What other possible explanation could there be for Sheryl Crow to look this good at 43?
While always attractive, she never looked this good before the mysterious exposure to the powers of the dark. Then again, maybe Sheryl is innocent, and it was simply a portion of Lance's deal that his fiance turn into a hottie.

As of this posting, neither Sheryl nor Lance has publicly denied their contract with Beelzebub.

Thursday, December 22, 2005

The Crazy

I think we can all agree that women are universally insane. Honest women will admit this.

Before the feminists get their grannypanties in a knot, let me explain. I love every sort of woman there is. They all have fascinating characteristics that I never tire of. They are infinitely more complex than men. In many ways they are smarter. Womens' insanity is literally the spice of life. Without it, life would be pretty boring. But, like cayenne pepper, when it's concentrated and sprayed at you, it leaves you crying on the floor in a fetal position.
Also, I think it's beneficial that we acknowledge that all women have the crazy inside them. That way, when it comes out, we are more understanding. And ladies, it does come out, at least, every 28 days or so. One of the moments that endeared me to Mrs Shwartz was when she was in the middle of the throws of PMS and she explained to me that she was working so hard to keep under control. She said, "I originally wanted to kill everybody, now I just want to kill you."

Some women are better at hiding it than others. This is important for the continuance of the species because few men would get married if they saw the full, unabridged crazy beforehand. If you find a woman that generally keeps the crazy under control, you're doing well. I suppose if the crazy were to be a embodied, it would be a female pitbull. Some women tie it up in the front yard with a thinner chain than others, which it periodically breaks. Other women keep it tied up with a bungee chord, so it continually lunges at the men walking by, but then snaps back into the yard. There are a few, generally in the womyns' studies department, that let her roam free all the time.

I think women would do well to contemplate how they tie up their crazy.

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

W's Impending Impeachment

I recently made the prediction that Bush would get impeached over approving eavesdropping without a warrant. I may have to rescind that prediction. My reasoning was that, even though it appeared there was plenty of precedent, and Bush consulted with senators from both parties, and that there are legal justifications, I thought he was still doomed.
First, any senators that he consulted with have already shown they'll happily throw him under the bus with their favorite lie: "We didn't see all the information, and if we had, we would have torn our own eyes out before approving of this travesty, blah blah blah." It's the same crap they are pulling over voting for the war, since the truth is that they sent our soldiers into battle and then yanked the rug out from under them to score political points.
Second, I figured the hypocritical and mercenary democrats would raise such a stink over this, and the MSM would happily scream it over and over again, that Bush is doomed.
The second point will continue happening, but what is making me doubt my prediction is that the new media is exposing a lot of this.
The biggest part is that the word is getting out that both Carter and Clinton approved the exact same thing. That doesn't make it right or wrong, but it shows precedence, which carries weight.

That hypocrit, Carter, then goes on to say this, in order to push his latest book:

Instead of cherishing our role as the great champion of human rights, we now find civil liberties and personal privacy grossly violated under some extreme provisions of the Patriot Act.

Personally, I think their choice to do it was far worse, since we didn't have a 911 to justify it. Christ, Clinton ordered it to get trade information, and his order included infrared scanning and physical searches of homes and businesses! All you lefties that are screaming about privacy; how would you like the NSA watching you bang your wife? That seems a lot worse than listening in on phone calls, only when there is a link to a terrorist overseas, and only when the phone calls are international.
Having 911, and the overdue acknowledgement that we are in a war against islamic radicalism, lends justification to the wiretaps because it is done in the light that the war is not conducted on a battlefield and it is being waged within our borders. I think a lot of people don't appreciate that we are fighting a war on our own soil. Hell, a whole lot of people don't want to acknowledge that we are fighting a war at all.

On a related note, that jackass, race pimp, John Lewis, is calling for Bush's impeachment. This guy took one too many nightsticks to the head during the civil rights era. John Lewis is among the representatives that voted "NO" on friday to H Res 612 "Expressing the commitment of the House of Representatives to achieving victory in Iraq."
He counts himself with Georgia's other raving Moonbat, "Jihad-Cindy" McKinney.

Thursday, December 15, 2005

Freak Accident

The freakiest freak accident happened to Mrs Shwartz. Something similar has happened twice before. She gets Montgomery all excited about going for a walk. He jumps up and down like a maniac. She leans down, usually to put his leash on him. He headbutts her, generally knocking her unconscious.

The freak part this time around?

She was attempting to spray her prescription nasal spray up her nose at the moment Montgomery nailed her. This nasal spray has an especially long nozzle. Montgomery jammed this thing up her nose so far and so hard, that it tore a hole in her septum. You can't make shit like this up. She went to an Ear, Nose and Throat specialist today. She is going to have to have surgery to repair the hole. They are going to have to do a skin graft, all inside her head. She told me the doctor has big hands and he told her the hole is bigger than the width of his pinky finger. Since a specialist is going to have to do the surgery, she is not going to be able to get it done until Dec 23rd, at the earliest.

Wednesday, December 14, 2005

My Friend George

My friend George is visiting me for a while. He's in town for business for a few weeks. He said his company is paying him for a hotel room, so he's planning on staying with me and splitting the per diem money with me.
Naturally, we went out drinking last night. I remember getting loaded, seeing a bunch of bimbos I haven't seen in a while, and waking up on my floor in front of the closet. I'm assuming I was putting my coat away when something went wrong. I woke up at 3 and stumbled to bed. Felt like shit all day at work.
George has big, brown, puppydog eyes, which apparently women love, because he gets more ass than a seat on a cross-town bus. We were in our regular bar one time, when he made a joke about fucking every girl in the bar. He suddenly looked around and said, "God damn, I think I really have slept with every woman in here."
We were out last night, having drinks and food. A "friend" of his came into the bar with another man. There was a period of small talk and "what have you been doing". The next thing I know, he's leaving the bar with her. I didn't hear from him until 6 o'clock the next day.
I guess I envy George, because he's not an especially good-looking guy. There's just something about his game that gets womens' panties off. It's a secret I wish I knew.
He's sleeping on my couch for a few days, so if there are any women out there who want to sleep with him, contact me and I'll set it up.

By the way, Aunt B, your afghan is keeping George warm, since all my spare blankets smell like Zachary. Don't worry. I'll keep the women off of it. I'm also keeping Zachary away from it. I'm afraid he'll damage it somehow. I've turned into my grandmother, nice things are too nice to ever use.

Monday, December 12, 2005

Deadbeats Rise Up!

Update: Fox news reports that the current tab for the FEMA-paid hotel rooms alone is $350 million. A federal judge has ruled that FEMA must pay for hotel rooms until Feb 7, a month after the "ending" of the free ride.
Let me check my US Constitution.......Nope, can't find it here anywhere....

There is going to be a protest tonight at the Falcons/Saints game in Atlanta. The people protesting are the deadbeats from New Orleans who have not rebuilt their lives, lo these past months. Apparently, they don't have time to find a job, but they have time to protest the attempt to hold Mardi Gras in New Orleans. Yes, Virginia, they protesting Mardi Gras.
All I can say is that these people have no concept of where money comes from. How could you not grasp the concept that in order to rebuild N.O., you're going to need money and the source for money for N.O. is Mardi Gras? You've got to gin up the tourist industry and nothing tells frat boys with daddy's money that the tits are out on Bourbon, like holding Mardi Gras. In addition to the hotels, you've got all the booze being consumed, and a nice little tax on every drop. There's gas, food, stupid t-shirts; isn't this obvious to most people?
ChiQuita Simms (I did not make that up) is quoted as saying, "Rebuild the schools and streets. A lot of people [in power] are trying to satisfy the upper echelon who owns hotels."
And where would the money come from to rebuild the schools and streets? As I recall the N.O. hotels have a pretty stiff special interest tax that is supposed to go to the city for just that sort of thing. No, they expect the gummint to just pay for ever-thin.
I remember reading a poll that asked about currency. I remember being sickened at the percentage of people who answered:

Where does the government get its money?
It prints it.
Why does the government run out of money?
Because mean republicans refuse to print more money because they want to keep the poor man down.

Same vote as me. Grrrrr.

For those readers (both of you) not in Atlanta, our fair city has been blessed as one of the major infestation sites for the N.O. evacuees. So far, they've been involved in two shootings at Underground, that I know of; another guy was running a burglery ring out of the hotel that was funded by FEMA, countless instances of scamming/theft by deception; our homeless/social services system is completely overwhelmed. On the plus side, I'm guessing the price of crack is at record lows.

At least I don't live in Houston.

Sunday, December 11, 2005


There's been a little dust up lately because it came out that the US military has a news outlet in Iraq spinning good news. The largest source of propaganda, the mainstream media, apparently doesn't like competition. That's a joke. The truth is that every moron in the MSM thinks they are Woodword and Bernstein, and they are in an epic battle against THE MAN. Somewhere along the line, they replaced the idea of being the watchdog of government to flat out hating the US and everything it does. I used to just think they are naive, useful idiots. Now I've come to believe that they really do hate this country, and would like nothing more than to see us lose the fight over Iraq. If you were to ask them, they would vehemently deny this, and believe it, but their actions say otherwise. A quick review of what gets covered and what doesn't, what gets emphasized and repeated over and over, and what gets buried on page 13, leaves little doubt.
It wasn't always so. Before Vietnam, the press was on our side. This was good. The enemy had their Tokyo Rose, we had ours. Certainly part of it was that we didn't let the press into our battle areas. Now we have embedded reporters, an albatros around the neck of whatever unit gets stuck with babysitting them. There's no question that the presence of the press has a direct relationship with the politicizing of the war. Another bad thing. But it's not just that. The press proudly exclaims that they are neutral (a despicable betrayal of your own country) and then refuses to report any good news, and there's tons of it. How about a nice story about the schools that opened, the children that love our soldiers and are learning? When you report that two marines got killed, why don't you report that we killed 57 of their guys in that battle? For God's sake, how about not putting the first free election in middle east history on page 13? I think they feel that if they report anything positive, they are the tool of THE MAN.
Back to propaganda. Anybody with a three digit IQ knows that propaganda is a useful tool in a war. (Maybe that's why the MSM doesn't get it.) I'm nostalgic for the old fashioned WWII propaganda, where the enemy was relegated to one-dimensional, pure evil characters. The germans were HUNS, the japanese were JAPS. They were frequently portrayed as blood-thirsty cannibals, committing the most horrific acts. Is it ironic that a lot of it turned out to be true? The fact is that, if you want to take a generally nice kid off the farm and make him kill another human being, you don't remind him about anything he may have in common with his enemy. You don't tell him his enemy may have two kids at home, just like him . You convince him that the enemy is a marauding horde of Satan-worshippers that is out to drink his kid's blood. You don't, as a nation, whine about finding out why the enemy hates us.
I remember watching a WWII era movie. It was about a bunch of wives that had boarded together because all their husbands were fighting the war. There were plenty of scenes of them anxiously reading letters and being terrified eveytime the doorbell rang, for fear there was an army chaplain at the door with bad news. The scene that stuck with me was this: One of the wives had gotten a jar of jam, I think on the black market, because jam was rationed. She hid that jar of jam like it was a dead baby. The guilt over it racked her until she finally got her comeuppance. All of that over a jar of jam, because it hurt the war effort. Compare that with today, where we have many of our citizens proudly giving aid and comfort to the enemy, without fear of the prosecution they deserve.
I suppose part of it is that the world has shrunk so much. We can see that there are many similarities between anyone on the globe and ourselves. Apparently not enough to keep us from killing each other. I guess the terrorists are only getting propaganda.

You can always go to Happy News

Apparently, I write one day ahead of the curve, as there's a great article at Opinionjournal about this. Here's their stats:

For the stories published or broadcast all over the world on a single average day (which happened to be Jan. 21, 2005). Here are some of the numbers that, with the help of the Google News Index, he was able to report from that one day:

2,642 stories about Condoleezza Rice's confirmation hearings, in the context of grilling she has received over the administration's Iraq policy.

1,992 stories about suicide bombings and other terrorist attacks.

887 stories about prisoner abuse by British soldiers.

216 stories about hostages currently being held in Iraq.

761 stories reporting on activities and public statements of insurgents.

357 stories about the antiwar movement and the dropping public support for involvement in Iraq.

182 stories about American servicemen killed and wounded in operations.

217 stories about concerns for fairness and validity of Iraqi election (low security, low turnout, etc.).

107 stories about civilian deaths in Iraq.

123 stories noting Vice President Cheney's admission that he had underestimated the task of reconstruction.

118 stories about complicated and strained relations between the U.S. and Europe.

121 stories discussing the possibility of an American pullout.

27 stories about sabotage of Iraqi oil infrastructure.

As against all this, the good news made a pathetic showing:

16 stories about security successes in the fight against insurgents.

7 stories about positive developments relating to elections.

73 stories about the return to Iraq of stolen antiquities.

Tuesday, December 06, 2005

Lighten Up

I dont feel like posting anything serious, so I thought I'd post this picture. Zachary was falling asleep, while sitting, so I snuck up on him and took his picture.
He was not very happy about it.


Monday, December 05, 2005

Georgia's other Embarassment

That pinhead, Jimmy Carter, took another chance to slam America, undermine the war effort, endanger our soldiers' lives, and prove once again that he's a naive doofus that would have never been elected President if it wasn't for the voters being pissed at republicans, and especially Ford for pardoning Nixon.

He spouts off in the LA Times, a rag that's left wing enough to publish his crap:

IN RECENT YEARS, I have become increasingly concerned by a host of radical government policies that now threaten many basic principles espoused by all previous administrations, Democratic and Republican.

These include the rudimentary American commitment to peace, economic and social justice, civil liberties, our environment and human rights.

By Peace, I mean surrender. By economic and social justice, I mean collevctivism.

Also endangered are our historic commitments to providing citizens with truthful information, treating dissenting voices and beliefs with respect, state and local autonomy and fiscal responsibility.

You mean like on college campuses? Does fiscal responsibilty include socialized medicine? How about welfare for illegal immigrants?

At the same time, our political leaders have declared independence from the restraints of international organizations and have disavowed long-standing global agreements — including agreements on nuclear arms, control of biological weapons and the international system of justice.

Classic idiot Jimmah. Let's let the UN run the world. They're doing such a good job.

Instead of our tradition of espousing peace as a national priority unless our security is directly threatened, we have proclaimed a policy of "preemptive war," an unabridged right to attack other nations unilaterally to change an unsavory regime or for other purposes. When there are serious differences with other nations, we brand them as international pariahs and refuse to permit direct discussions to resolve disputes.

There's a war on islamic terrorism going on Jimmah. Surely you've seen it; it's been in all the papers. We dove into it after 3000 of our people were killed.
As far as Iraq, Saddam had tons of connections to terrorists, including funding them, harboring them, and training them. He violated the ceasefire agreement. He had chemical and bio weapons, and he was trying to get his nuclear program going. We should have invaded back in the 90's, but Clinton didn't want to take any chances on his legacy or be real leader of any kind.
As far as this preemptive crap, Germany never attacked us in 1941. Why were we in Europe?

Regardless of the costs, there are determined efforts by top U.S. leaders to exert American imperial dominance throughout the world.

Crap. Imperialism means we take over another country. We aren't doing that. You know it, which means you are saying this to hurt America, you peanut-munching piece of shit.

These revolutionary policies have been orchestrated by those who believe that our nation's tremendous power and influence should not be internationally constrained. Even with our troops involved in combat and America facing the threat of additional terrorist attacks, our declaration of "You are either with us or against us!" has replaced the forming of alliances based on a clear comprehension of mutual interests, including the threat of terrorism.

Unlike Jimmah, who thinks the UN should run our country.

Another disturbing realization is that, unlike during other times of national crisis, the burden of conflict is now concentrated exclusively on the few heroic men and women sent back repeatedly to fight in the quagmire of Iraq. The rest of our nation has not been asked to make any sacrifice, and every effort has been made to conceal or minimize public awareness of casualties.

Quagmire huh? We didn't win a major battle for the first two years of WWII. We've liberated a country of millions, who've just held the first democratic elections in middle east history. Jackass.

Instead of cherishing our role as the great champion of human rights, we now find civil liberties and personal privacy grossly violated under some extreme provisions of the Patriot Act.

Have you read the Patriot Act, moron?

Of even greater concern is that the U.S. has repudiated the Geneva accords and espoused the use of torture in Iraq, Afghanistan and Guantanamo Bay, and secretly through proxy regimes elsewhere with the so-called extraordinary rendition program. It is embarrassing to see the president and vice president insisting that the CIA should be free to perpetrate "cruel, inhumane or degrading treatment or punishment" on people in U.S. custody.

Personally, I say bring on the torture. The more, the merrier. As far as your quote, did the president and vice president really say that? I would have thought that quote would have made the news. Or are you chopping together what they said, with the talking points from Wouldn't that level of misdirection qualify as lying?

Instead of reducing America's reliance on nuclear weapons and their further proliferation, we have insisted on our right (and that of others) to retain our arsenals, expand them, and therefore abrogate or derogate almost all nuclear arms control agreements negotiated during the last 50 years. We have now become a prime culprit in global nuclear proliferation. America also has abandoned the prohibition of "first use" of nuclear weapons against nonnuclear nations, and is contemplating the previously condemned deployment of weapons in space.

Let's just give everybody equal nukes and trust them, right? Just like we trusted that the Iranians were reasonable people during your clusterfuck of a presidency. Let's ignore the nightly broadcasts about Death to America. They don't really mean it.

Protection of the environment has fallen by the wayside because of government subservience to political pressure from the oil industry and other powerful lobbying groups. The last five years have brought continued lowering of pollution standards at home and almost universal condemnation of our nation's global environmental policies.

The only reduction has been because Clinton, the second worst president in history (guess who takes the prize for first) enacted a bunch of ridiculous environmental policies by executive order, on the last night he was in the White House. Those stupid laws, like the one on mercury, were impossible to uphold. Billy probably passed them, knowing this, just to fuck with Bush.

Our government has abandoned fiscal responsibility by unprecedented favors to the rich, while neglecting America's working families. Members of Congress have increased their own pay by $30,000 per year since freezing the minimum wage at $5.15 per hour (the lowest among industrialized nations).

I'm against the congressional pay raise and the ourageous spending too. Like free medicine for old people; the wealthist demographic in the country. As for the "favors", would that be tax cuts for the only people who pay taxes?
Why hasn't minumum wage been raised? Because we live in a fucking capitalist country, you commie fucktard. Besides, union wages are often based on a multiple of minimum wage. You raise minimum wage and government, as well as a ton of other, union workers make even higher undeserved money.

As the world's only superpower, America should be seen as the unswerving champion of peace, freedom and human rights. Our country should be the focal point around which other nations can gather to combat threats to international security and to enhance the quality of our common environment. We should be in the forefront of providing human assistance to people in need.

Jimmah's definition for peace means subjugation by anyone with a slingshot.

It is time for the deep and disturbing political divisions within our country to be substantially healed, with Americans united in a common commitment to revive and nourish the historic political and moral values that we have espoused during the last 230 years.

Yeah, try reading some of that history.

God, I can't believe he got elected. What a bunch of acid-dropping morons were voting in 1976.

Sunday, December 04, 2005

Office Christmas party

Last night was my company's X-mas party. It was at Chateau Elan. My company is very old fashioned, which is so cool. It's a small company, but the owner really has a fatherly flare about him. He goes all out for the Christmas party. Everybody gets loaded, which is also great; none of that corporate pc shit for us.
Part of what went well is that we didn't do or say anything fireable. Mrs Schwartz went with me. One of her gifts is the ability to work a room. Within minutes, everybody knew and loved her, which certainly reflects well on me.
The company had reserved several rooms in the hotel, which encouraged many of the lightweights to go all out, not having to worry about driving. After the hotel kicked us out of our ballroom, one of the company's founders and I crashed the party across the hall. I was pretty much bluffing when I pointed out to him how easy it would be, but he was loaded, so we went over. I tried to quietly blend in while he decided to introduce himself a la Fletch. "Hi, put my tab on the Underhill's bill."
We got out with a couple of drinks and no one the wiser.

Saturday, December 03, 2005

Shameless theft

It's so much easier to steal from other blogs than to be original.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Murtha is an old fool

I'm sorry, was I supposed to preface that with a bunch of crap about what a hero he is? Too bad. After doing some background on Murtha, I have come to the conclusion that his experience in combat has left him emotionally scarred. I think this leads him to be overly protective of the troops, basically never wanting them in harm's way. That is completely understandable, but that's not who the country should listen to for an objective assessment of strategy. He has certainly always been a friend to troops, in the context of voting for better benefits and conditions.
What the Lamestream Media conveniently skips over, is that he has been against this war from the beginning. He is constantly portrayed as having turned a huge corner, when that is simply not the case.
I didn't comment on his original idiotic statement, about how we should have a "Fall of Saigon" style surrender, mainly because everybody else in the world was talking about it. I can't take it any more, when the old fool goes on television and says the Army is "broken, worn out" and "living hand to mouth," that's it.
How could this moron describe the army's condition that way. Even soldiers that are against the war and touring the country for groups like VAIW, don't describe conditions that way. There is absolutely no source out there that describes conditions that way.
Even if conditions were like that, what kind of jackass sends that message to our troops and our enemies?
I vaguely recall from an old psychology course that there's an emotional stage that one goes into as one reaches the end of life. It's the "gentility" or "gerontology" stage, or some such thing. As I recall, you want to make peace with the world and give knowledge to the youngsters. Perhaps Murtha has entered this stage of his life. Mayby dementia has started to take hold? I don't know, but with so many American lives at risk, we can't afford to let crazy gramps near the microphones.

Thursday, December 01, 2005

My biggest pet peeve

This morning, I was running late for work. I've got my commute calculated down to the minute and I was running five minutes late. That means I get stuck behind the dreaded schoolbus. Having to stop behind schoolbuses is not the problem. What throws me into a frenzy is how unbearably slow the fucking kids are to get on the bus.
Point one: Why does every kid get his own fucking bus stop? When I was growing up, the whole neighborhood had to meet up at the only bus stop for a mile. For some reason it moved around, from year to year. There were some years that it was 300 yards away. No one bitched about this.
Now, or when the weather was warmer, ever yuppie larva would stand alone in their driveway and wait for the bus. Sometimes, this was the case for adjacent houses. There'd be the kids, 25 feet apart, not talking to each other.
Now that it's winter, the fucktard parents couldn't dream of little Lord Fauntleroy getting cold, so they keep the kids in the house. When the bus arrives, the kid slowly walks out to it. Hey you little Bastard, there are 40 fucking cars waiting to take people to real jobs. How about you pick it up a little? You really can't blame the kids. It's the fucktard parents. What chowderheads.
Back when the weather was warmer, I'd see the moms standing out there with their spawn. Invariably, they'd wait 50 ft from the curb, apparently afraid a drunk driver might come careening by and jump into their yard and end their bloodline. This would drive me insane. They'd hold little Branson back until the bus came to a stop. They'd release him and then watch with glee as he meandered his way to the bus. This is why I drive with my windows up. So people can't hear me screaming and cursing at them to MOVE IT ALREADY.
I suppose I should remind myself that at least these parents a putting their kids on a bus. That puts them head and shoulders above the utter no-better-way-to-not-prepare-my-kid-for-life parents that drive their ankle biter in to the school themselves.

I'm turning into a slob

I haven't been entertaining lately, so I haven't been motivated to clean the house. I did laundry three days ago. It's still folded on the back of the livingroom couch. Every mornig I come downstairs and get new socks out of the laundry basket, full of clean ones that's also in the livingroom. "Why bother putting them away. This is more efficient.", I think to myself.
Same for christmas lights. Being the last white man in Gwinnexico, my neighbors have already decorated the shit out of their houses. I'm like, "Eh, what's the point."

I think I need a hobby.


Since certain Nancyboys were apparently offended by my lack of housekeeping, I spent Thursday night cleaning chez Exador, aka, the hovel. All that remains is the steamcleaning, which is a good two-day chore and will have to wait until Monday.

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