Monday, January 31, 2011

Hoar Frost!

I learned that "Hoar Frost" has nothing to do with whores at all.

Hore frost is also called "raditionan frost" and it is composed of tiny white crystals.

Some anonymous guy wrote this about hore frost on Wikipedia, that there are four kinds of hore's:

- air hoar - a deposit of hoar frost on objects above the surface, such as tree branches, plant stems, wires;

- surface hoar - formed by fernlike ice crystals directly deposited on snow, ice or already frozen surfaces;

- crevasse hoar - consists in crystals that form in glacial crevasses where water vapour can accumulate under calm weather conditions;

- depth hoar - refers to cup shaped, faceted crystals formed within dry snow, beneath the surface.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Cats playing pattycake!

This is a tad weird, and it's not just the cats.

Cat people are strange:

Friday, January 28, 2011

Developing Windows error messages book

I love this Windows message:

"Windows has discovered an unknown device and is installing a driver for it"

And now we have a new O'Reilly book on Windows error messages:

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Busting a nut

Evidently, this product "Bust a Nut", predates the saying:

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

B52 crash

The B52 is an awesome aircraft, and as a pilot myself, I cannot believe how reckless this pilot was, doing this at low altitude.

When I was a child, a B57 crashed at Kirtland AFB, taking out a fuel tanker and creating a fireball that could be seen for miles . . .

This crash is also due to pilot error, killing him instantly:

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Giant panties for morbidly obese woman!

The morbidly obese need undies too (thanks God), but it’s tough when you have a 110 inch waistline.

I am obese myself, but I take responsibility for my fatness, and I fluctuate from fit to fat every few years . . .

I detest fat people with no self-control who claim that they are disabled because they cannot stop eating:

In some socialist countries, fatties have succeeded in getting disable status:

I’m tired of seeing these damn wheelchairs for people who are so fat that they cannot walk:

Giant underwear for the morbidly obese

this company offer giant panties for super fat ladies.

These look like a gag, but they are quite real, for fat ladies with 100+ inch waists.

Monday, January 24, 2011

Why Mothers get gray:

This mother cat has her hands full!

Saturday, January 22, 2011

Little boy buys tampons!

Two young boys walked into a pharmacy one day, picked out a box of TAMPONS and proceeded to the checkout counter.

The man at the counter asked the older boy, "Son, how old are you?"

"Eight," the boy replied.

The man continued, "Do you know what these are used for?"

The boy replied, "not exactly, but they aren't for me. They're for him. He's my brother. He's four.

We saw on TV that if you use these you would be able to swim and ride a bike.

Right now, he can't do either."

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Emotional support hedgehog?

Emotional support animals are allowed by the FAA to help comfort people with fear of flying.

They do not specify any particular type of animal, and you can even have an Emotional support horses.

My ponies, Cuddles and Scout, have flown all over in the airline passenger cabin.

But what about this emotional support hedgehog?

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Asian stereotyping of American Police

So much cultural stereotyping . . . .

The Brits were suprised in WWII, when they found out that Americans were not all Cowboys or Gangsters, like in the movies. . . .

I like this stereotype, called "American police Magazine"!

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

The Pee Puck gag!

Check out Pee Puck for the latest in junevile humor:

It makes your toilet water yellow for many days . . .

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Please help Brad Clayton & Gypsy ride for the Folds of Honor

Brad Clayton is a PGA Master Professional, one of the top golf instructors in America, and a really great fellow who donates his time to help the disabled veterans.

Help Brad Clayton help the Kids!

Brad is undertaking a ride for charity to help the children of the wounded warriors, the Folds of Honor"

Please help Brad Clayton as he and his trusty horse Gypsy are doing a cross-country ride to help the kids of wounded warriors:

Brad Clayton and Gypsy

They are raising money for Fold's of Honor, an organization to provide scholarships to the children of disabled combat veterans.

Brad Clayton's ride for Freedom

As the child if a disabled combet veteran myself, this cause is near and dear to my heart and I encourage everyone to make a modest pledge to help Brad help the kids of the wounded warriors:

But in addition to his ride the the kids, Brad is also alturistic and he teaches golf to diaabled veterans:

Brad was recently in the news when his right arm was stolen from his car.

Fortunately, eveyone lent Brad a hand. . . .

Don't make me eat my beard, bro!

Two men in Kentucky forced a good ole boy to eat his own beard.

Listen closely and you can hear faint Banjo music . . .

Friday, January 14, 2011

Baby Fawn comes in through doggie door

We get baby fawns all over the ranch, the mommie Does use us as a day care center:

Our mares are good mothers to them and they encircle the baby to keep it safe until Mom returns!

Scopes does not say that this is true or false, but it's mighty cute, a baby fawn sleeping on a couch with a Beagle.

The Report says that the fawn came in throught the doggie door.

I have seen baby fawns bond to humans and dogs, and if the Beagle licked the fawn, it might have followed the dog inside for a nap . . .

Fawns "imprint" just like birds and they will even nurse from people:

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Check ougt Just Busted Managzine Mggshots

You use your handgun to get to your shotgun!

There is an old saying You need your handgun to get to your shotgun!

In America, shotguns hava place in our psyche.

This dates back to the 1800's stagecoachs when the right hand front seat passanger "rode shotgun":

The best guns in personal defense are easy.

Start with a 38 caliber or 9mm, super reliable gun like a Glock or a revolver using hit splatter bullets.

Then supplement it with a 12 gauge full choke shotgun with a 4 round load.

Grab your handgun, until you can get to your shotgun!

Every burglar knows the sound distinctive “ka-click” sound of a shotgun being chambered.

If they don’t skedaddle after hearing a shotgun being loaded, then they are very bad people and need to be killed before they kill you.

The police told me to use the “21 foot” rule, whereby a bad guy can get to you at 21 feet before you can draw your handgun and fire.

Remember, the primary purpose of a home defense pistol is to give you enough time to get to your rifle or shotgun.

A shotgun is a far safer gun for home defense, they are lethal with less accuracy needed . . .

Connie Culp after a shotgun injury to her face (left) and after reconstructive surgery (right)

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Henry Shrapnel: Inventor of shrapnel

Just like the first toilet was invented by Tom Crapper, the first exploding gun projectile was invented by Henry Shrapnel in 1842.

The first Shrapnel shell from 1842

What a legacy, an invention that has killed millions in agony:

Henry Shrapnel

The idea of an exploding shells seems very 21st century, like with the newest 50 caliber sniper rifles that can take out a tank.

Bunker buster 50 caliber bullets can take out a tank at 1,000 yards

This is a far cry from the fixed WWII 50 caliber machine guns our forefathers used in WWII:

The twin 50 caliber machine gun turret on a B-17

The new 50 caliber bullets use special armor piercing outsides with an explosive embedded, a “bunker buster” in a bullet.

Shrapnel is good

In warfare, lots of knife edged shrapnel from an artillery shell is good, it can help kill the enemy:

Tuesday, January 11, 2011

Medical Marijuana linked to high pain in young males

TIME magazine reports a disturbing link between the availability of Medicinal Marijuana and a huge increase in debilitating pain in young men aged 30-35.

While weed has been proven effective for improving appetite of chemotherapy patients and helping glaucoma victim, they constitute less than 10% of the medical marijuana prescriptions in Colorado.

The article noted that the benefits of different strains of pot are not due to THC content.

Rather, it said that there are 130 active ingredients in pot, and doctors don’t know which ones help with appetite and glaucoma.

Political comedian and Jerry Lewis impersonator Jon Leibowitz (The Daily Show) noted that Colorado went from one the healthiest states to one of the sickest states immediately after legalizing medical pot.

According to TIME magazine, immediately following the legalization of medical marijuana, over 100,000 young males complained of suffering from “severe pain”, requiring medical treatment via a bong.

These sick young men now constitute over 90% of medical pot users, a true pot-induced epidemic.

Let’s hope that medical science can come-up with the reason behind this disturbing link between pain and legalized pot medicine.

Monday, January 10, 2011

How to kill a trapped mouse

Here at the ranch we get lots of trapped mice, in porcelain sinks, plastic buckets and feed bins.

Mice are cute, but they are vermin that carry deadly diseases and must be killed.

How not to kill a trapped mouse

Awhile back one of the girls tried to kill a mouse in a feed bin by smacking it with a ball peen hammer.

As she bent over into tar feed bin, the panicked mouse leaped on her chest and scurried down her cleavage.

The shriek could be heard for several miles away. . .

It was sort of like this:

Killing a trapped mouse

Dogs are way better at killing vermin than cats, especially terriers who have been bred for the task:

We use our tiny Yorkie terrier Noel to quickly dispatch trapped mice.

Don’t let her cute looks fools you, she is a viscous killer.

If you use a dog to kill a trapped mouse, and listern carefully.

You can hear the mouse screaming as he dies . . .

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Your online presence can hurt your job opportunities

More than ever before, computer systems are being compromised by dishonest and unstable computer professionals, and the news is full of reports about theft and abuse by today's computer weirdos.

Via Mike Cory, an offshore DBA

The Internet now allows your bad acts to follow you for life

In this competitive economy, employers want to hire only the best of the best.

Many companies have rules to reject job candidates with bad credit because it shows disrespect for their contractual obligations, people who won't keep a promise . . .

Here is how they check out job applicants for a bad online presence.

Credit checks - A history of late payments indicates a lack of responsibility to honor your credit agreement.

Criminal checks - Sites like can find everything about you, even your history of traffic tickets. (which indicates disrespect for the law).

Job History verification - Employers know that they are allowed to ask the tell-all question "Would you re-hire this person".

Education verification - Employers will call the schools and request that the applicant provide transcripts.

Web presence verification - There are companies that perform "Google checks" on you, and they sometimes reveal questionable professional behavior.

Voting History - It’s your duty as an American to votes and voting records are public records. Some companies will reject applicants who have demonstrated that they are not good citizens.

Watch your web presence!

Whether it's simply altering data for personal gain or selling mission-critical information to your business competitors, management is challenged to screen-out anyone with a history or predisposition for dishonesty.

It's big business, and I have helped many large corporations choose trustworthy employees and identify posers. I especially like the "web search" background checks.

I remember a case where a job applicant was rejected for something that they did back in 1998 (it was an unprofessional remark in a USENET Newsgroup). In another memorable case, a job candidates was rejected because his Facebook page contained a photo of him holding a "bong" (a marijuana delivery vehicle).

Your Facebook pages can get you disqualified!

Read more about Evaluating computer weenies for acts of moral turpitude

Friday, January 07, 2011

Assault rifles: Barbie’s for men

This is too true . . .

Collect them all!

I have two AR's and I already have two quick-release picatinny rails, a red dot scope, a high powered 17x rifle scope, all sorts of fun accessories.

It's true, the interchangable parts make them just like Barbit dolls for guys!

I like to stack my AR accessories:

Thursday, January 06, 2011

Mexican Women claims toes eaten by rats

Only in New Mexico could something like this happen, listen to this TV report:

Woman’s toes eaten by rats in New Mexico

Being eaten by rats is not that uncommon:

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

Shoplifter suffers two broken legs and broken arm from "accidental" fall!

Semper Fi!

Marines are tough on bad guys!

What a terrible "accident" . . .


API: AUGUSTA, Ga. - A U.S. Marine reservist collecting toys for children was stabbed when he helped stop a suspected shoplifter in eastern Georgia.

Best Buy sales manager Orvin Smith told The Augusta Chronicle that man was seen on surveillance cameras Friday putting a laptop under his jacket at the Augusta store.
When confronted, the man became irate, knocked down an employee, pulled a knife and ran toward the door.

Outside were four Marines collecting toys for the service branch's "Toys For Tots" program.

Smith said the Marines stopped the man, but he stabbed one of them, Cpl. Phillip Duggan, in the back.

The cut did not appear to be severe.

The suspect, whose name was not released, was held until police arrived.

The Richmond County Sheriff's office said it is investigating.

The suspect was transported to the local hospital with two broken arms, a broken leg, possible broken ribs, multiple contusions and assorted lacerations including a broken nose and jaw... injuries he sustained when he fell trying to run after stabbing the Marine.