Saturday, May 31, 2008
I have to defrost my refrigerator. I hate defrosting it, but no big deal I'll leave the door open over night and it will be ready to go in the morning.
OMG there is something in there besides my V8.
Gross it's still alive.
Well I'm not dealing with this NOW. It will be dead by the time I get home from work.
Eweweee It's still wiggling around! What should I do now? Call my dad he knows best.
Dad there is a roach in my refrigerator what should I do?
Step on it
I can't step on it in my refrigerator
Well Squish it and flush it
I can't Squish it, it's still alive
It's a damn Roach
I know but It's HUMONGOUS and its alive. Its the biggest roach I ever saw
Spray raid on it
I can't spray poison in my refrigerator
***deep Breath*** You are not my daughter if you can't kill that thing, stop being a baby
Ok dad thanks for the good advise I'll take care of it.
**** Deeper sigh**** on my end.
one more procrastination and I'll do it
okay maybe a little bit more courage...
ahhhhhhhhhhhhh run outside to dispose of it. Everyone knows if you flush them in the toilet they come back to life, swim up the drain and bite you on the butt so it must definitely go outside in my neighbor's garbage can.
What a wonderful way to spend Friday evening.
Thursday, May 29, 2008
I am not sure I agree that this is a Patriotic photo if indeed many of the soldiers were passing out from heat exhaustion. However, it certainly is an interesting and amazingly well staged piece of art.
It kind of puts Spencer Tunic to shame.
This link will give you some more insight to Mole and Thomas along with an explanation of this photo.
Wednesday, May 28, 2008
Milk price are way up. New Orleans has the most expensive milk in the nation at $4.38 per gallon, according to the USDA.
I wonder why?
The article did not mention anything about other dairy products just milk. I am puzzled.
The LSU Ag Center is suggesting people combat the record high milk prices by buying some powered milk and mixing it up with water then mixing that with regular milk. "It will taste closer to normal milk, and you'll get it for a much lower price," says Dr. Heli Roy.
Yuck - the only thing nastier than milk would be powdered milk.
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
"Look, it's terrible, I know, but weakness really, really bugs me, to the point that if there is a wounded bird on the sidewalk, I look at it and I go: I think I'll just kick it."
- Jodie Foster tells Britain's Daily Mail
This is how I feel about my weaknesses.
Friday, May 23, 2008
How shallow am I?
Evidently quite shallow mixed with very fickle.
I am leaning towards voting for McCain if he gives the VP nomination to Bobby Jindal. You may ask why a staunch Democrat who did not even vote for Jindal either time he ran for Governor, would change party affiliation at this point in time.
Frankly I do not see much difference in any of the Presidential candidate’s rhetoric when it comes down to what they are going to do to pull us out of the shit hole created by the Bush administration.
Politics mandates each candidate say what he or she think the people want to hear. It does not mandate that they will ever follow through with their campaign promises. It is very easy to blow off promises and explain the lack of resolution on Congress or The Senate.
So, Why Bobby Jindal and McCain? I think this is a good combination of age and experience melded with youth and new ideas. I did not vote for Jindal as I said, but I have been very impressed with his initial performance as Governor. He has actually followed through on all of his campaign promises and immediately tackled the Political Ethics issue, something that is long over due in Louisiana.
I also think that it definitely could not hurt this State to have one of our own as Vice President. Who knows, given McCain’s age and health issues we just might have ourselves a President.
Will I vote McCain if he does not give Bobby Jindal the job, No – back to Obama. Like I said see how fickle I am?
Wednesday, May 21, 2008
Senate Bill 144 by Sen. Nick Gautreaux, D-Abbeville, won approval Wednesday from the House Criminal Justice Committee.
The panel narrowed the bill with an amendment that would allow judges to impose chemical castration on males convicted of just five sex crimes: aggravated rape, forcible rape, second-degree sexual battery, aggravated incest and aggravated crime against nature.
In an earlier version, the bill also included crimes such as kidnapping that did not involve sex.
I am not sure if I agree that chemical castration is the way to go. For one thing, it is only effective if the injections are given in a conscientious manner and consistently monitored.
Once the injection of Depo –Provera wears off, it leaves the sexual offender at a higher level of testosterone with a renewed predatory sexual drive.
I guess as a woman it would be easy for me to advocate castration; as I would never be in the position to have my balls chopped off. The only hesitation that I have with permanent castration is what if there is a mistake? There is not much that can be done to repair that type of error.
I am just wondering; if Chemical Castration does not keep a rapist from fantasizing about rape, and will render the pedophile, rapist etc. even more violent in his tendencies if he is able to surpass the system and avoid the injections, well is it worth administering the drug in the first place?
Tuesday, May 20, 2008
Friday, May 16, 2008
Thursday, May 15, 2008
Now ask me how I really feel about GW…
Obama, Obama, Obama: “Sweetie” is only acceptable when your Grandmother is addressing you. It is particularly offensive to women in professional situations. What were you thinking “Darlin”?
Obama apologizes for 'sweetie' remark
Wednesday, May 14, 2008
Puddle of Mud is fast becoming one of my favorite bands. I guess they have been around for quite some time. The lead singer Wes Scantlin has definitely been around the block a couple of times playing with Alice in Chains and Chris Cornell and other notable artists.
This video surprised me because as much as I liked the song, it really captured my imaginings of the lyrics. Not only did it hit the spot, but it is also very entertaining.
I do fail to understand why the band makes it so hard access their information; everything even on Youtube has the embedding disabled. On their website the information is scanty and even lacks biographical information. This does not seem like a good promotional approach, but then again I am not their manager so what the hell do I know.
I do know Wes Scantlin is HOT!!! Guess that is good promotion all in of itself.
Monday, May 12, 2008
Friday, May 09, 2008
I know that is not my place to judge, but judge I will. Someone, please send these people to Planned Parenthood for birth control; lots of birth contol, lots of counseling.
My Blog. Ergo my opinion: It is freaking/fucking (word choice appropriate) obscene to have 17 children and be happy about the impending birthing of an 18th.
The thing that makes this all particularly disgusting to me is that the family, Eldest 20 youngest just born, are all part of a Discovery Channel program that chronicles their lives. The lives of people who breed like rats. They are no doubt ecstatic about the new bundle of joy in the oven as it will definitely keep the ratings up and the show providing them with the income to justify their over usage of our nation’s resources.
Also just to verify, the parents who are both 41 are the actual biological creator and incubator of their brood of offspring.
"The success in a family is first off, a love for God, and secondly, treating each other like you want to be treated," Jim Bob Duggar said. "Our goal is for each one of our children to be best friends, and everybody working together to serve each other makes that happen."
The other Duggar children, in between Joshua and Jennifer, are Jana, 18; John-David, 18; Jill, 16; Jessa, 15; Jinger, 14; Joseph, 13; Josiah, 11; Joy-Anna, 10; Jeremiah, 9; Jedidiah, 9; Jason, 7; James, 6; Justin, 5; Jackson, 3; and Johannah, 2.
Thursday, May 08, 2008
So after discussing why water does not give you energy, contemplating drinking a Coke and opting to take vitamins instead we moved along to looking at our change. How we happened to start looking at our change is just one of the inexplicable turns in the road that life throws us on occasion. I think there must have been some sort of Freudian thing looking at change when board. Dunno:not that deep…
Yes I know, work is really demanding. Anyway I noticed 2 different nickels in my pile of change. I’m like geeze when did they change the nickels? I never noticed that before. Luckily for my intelligence esteem she had never noticed either.
This discovery led her to the following SITE , which even though it is set up for kids, is really interesting.
Check it out!