Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Another 141 Dead in Islamic Terrorist Attack



Genuine, satanic Islam: for all to see, and for most to deny.

What We Know So Far :

  • At least 141 people killed in an attack on the Army Public School in Peshawar, Pakistan.
  • At least 132 of the victims are children.
  • The seven attackers are dead.
  • Taliban claimed responsibility for the massacre.
  • The attackers gained access to the school wearing military uniforms, opened fire and detonated explosives.

Satan's army of demonic, non-Christians are on the move.


I Alone, Paid Shortstop Ozzie Smith's Salary

~ by buying so much Budweiser Beer:
Anheuser Busch, St. Louis, Missouri.

Once upon a time when I was but 17 years old, I found myself in a foreign, far-off place.  My parents were over a thousand miles away, and my best buddy Daniel (also 17) and I were on our own, working at a resort hotel on a beach front, far from Oklahoma.

I had sipped my granddad's beers before, and found it mostly detestable.  

But not there, not then--  At the time, I really liked drinking milk, believe it or not, and had swallowed gallons by that point,
loved goats milk as well,  BUT~  
where I was staying, where we were working, 
milk was more expensive than anything else.

They offered me a beer instead:  full of wholesome grains and proteins, and I began to accept the taste slowly, with my meals.

(Another great side story of that pristine time along the shore, is when I finally had enough money to buy myself a dinner and drink a tall glass of milk.  With my first swallow of that first drink of milk in over three weeks, the restaurant's muzak system began to play "Love Is A Many Splendored Thing".  
(To  This Day, this song is in my head, whenever I drink milk)

Anyway, I like beer. 
Now.
It is the accepted, communal drink of Choctaw men universally, usually in seriously great, truckload quantities.  

And Tom T. Hall said it best for all us guys:

Monday, December 15, 2014

"GoodBye, You Sick, Twisted Freak"

Fading Fast:  The Relevance of One Glenn Beck

"Hello, you sick, twisted freak," was once how Glenn Beck opened his nationally syndicated radio program, preparing his listeners to cinch up for a good, Conservative/Libertarian ride through politics in Washington.

Beck was worth listening to, then:  His appeal to me, at least, was that he was a recovering alcoholic, becoming re-born as a firebrand Conservative.  That journey requires some powerful changes to take place, and it was possible to witness them on the radio, live.  
Beck got a one-hour block of time then on CNN Headline News, where he stayed maybe one year, before moving on to Full-CNN, another hour long show, for another year or so.

Then he bolted for the Fox News Channel, where he (again, in my opinion) reached his zenith; Glenn Beck had the world by the tail, Glenn Beck was organizing his own versions of "million man march" on Washington, D.C., Jerusalem, Salt Lake City.

Then, in a move not unlike el Rushbo, Glenn Beck & company moved their headquarters from New York City southward.  In Beck's case, to Dallas, where he set up "the blaze (dot) com", and his own, fledgling news/entertainment cable network.

While Glenn Beck may well have been Limbaugh-Lite once,
he's no Ted Turner, by any measure.

Then there are the Glenn Beck Ghostwritten Best Selling Books. Not a one authored by Glenn Beck himself, instead the rights of which were reportedly purchased by him, and then published under his authorship.  That's too BarackObama~ish, too blandishly fake to be real for me.
Search "Glenn Beck ghostwriters" for more.





Beck's radio show, once # 3 in the USA, is now No. 5, and falling. The Blaze, annoys it's readers with very misleading, pandering headlines, like "This Little Girl's Reaction to Tasting Pumpkin Pie For the First Time, is Priceless", or something eventually, equally disappointing, such as "Seal Team Six Kills Another...."
then below the fold you eagerly race to find that some arctic seals, numbering six, kill a threatening shark or something absurd.

Then there is the continuing, annoying waste of my time on Fridays on the Glenn Beck Program, known as "Moron Trivia".
Don't ask.  It's run by morons, for morons, featuring morons.
The game involves insulting poor, uneducated (employed~!) people, for the amusement of his (insiders-on-the-gag) joke.
And this goes on for better than an hour of radio airtime.

Then there's the hourly, daily, weekly, monthly running joke about Jeffy, one his staffer's obesity, and sanitary shortcomings....

That kind of radio talk must be hilarious to the 3rd graders 
who are listening in ~!
Not me, not anymore. 
Glenn Beck insults my intelligence and wastes my time, from 8:06 am (CT) on.
Goodbye, you sick, twisted freak.
Creepy drunk

Saturday, December 13, 2014

Steve Urkel Steals the Heisman Trophy


God, Help Us~

Obama admitted during an ESPN radio interview that he spends a lot of his time watching the sports cable channel in the morning.

“Listen, I spend most of my time watching ESPN in the morning,” he said. “I get so much politics, I don’t want to be inundated with a bunch of chatter about politics during the day.”

Obama indicated that he liked to watch ESPN's SportsCenter while he was working out and would sometimes keep a game on TV when he was reading a briefing book.

Obama praised athletes for speaking out on issues of police fairness after protests inspired by the Michael Brown shooting swept the country.

“There are important issues out there and for athletes to recognize that they’re citizens as well as entertainers and they’ve got a voice that’s legitimate, I think is important, I think it’s useful,” he said.

Good Bye 2014, Good Riddance

I'll be so glad when this year is over.  Needless to say, this one, 2014, was my worst ever, and man I've had some bad years before.  I HAVE KNOWN BAD TIMES.
This year was hazardous to one's health.  I've been miserable since the end of March this year.

I hope this year was better for you~!

Want to hear some Bobby McFarrin?  Why not?  Especially if, the video features the late Robin Williams?
Robin Williams had a worse year than you or I, or we did~.




"put a smile on your face" he says.  Easy for him to say, huh?  That video was made in 1987. 
Smiles are cheap.  Grins are where it's at~
I may not post a 'Merry Christmas' wish/card here, next week- Leticia and I are not in the
Christmas mood at all; we've not put up a tree (don't want to), or adorned our house in lights, as we did the past years.  This one hurts.

But We do wish and hope that you each have a very Merry Christmas, and a happier New Year~!

Thursday, December 11, 2014

The Meaning of My Last Post
"Fourteen - 14":


The LMC post "Fourteen - 14" is my way of demonstrating that right now, to me at least, nothing coming out of Washington, D.C., nor from Conservative websites, makes any sense at all.  
It is all Obfuscation and Bullcrap being fed to us, from now on.
  • When our recently re-elected Congressional leaders, freshly imbued with a GOP-led Senate offer up a spending bill of $$ 1.1 Trillion dollars for fiscal 2015, fully funding Obamacare and the amnesty of some 5 million illegal immigrants, in spite of their campaign promises to oppose both, if not repeal both,
  • and when mob rule suddenly becomes the norm in cities and suburbs, common sense has been abandoned entirely, replaced by lies and gibberish.

"Fourteen - 14" began with video of an obviously irritated Ronald Reagan, taking charge and demanding respect.  
That was then; now all we Americans can expect are glib assurances from politicians that "all is going to be made right, again", total lies.  And the cover-up of total lies.

Fourteenfourteenfourteen.  fourteen.  When all the politicians get together to spread the same lies to the public, it becomes mere gibberish eventually.  

Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Fourteen - 14



Fourteen?  Fourteen.

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Thirty eight~!?  LOL

39 College Football Bowl Games Ahead


And for once, they mostly seem to be pretty good matchups!

Beware:  What a great time for controversial leader Zerobama to do something outrageous, while Americans are engrossed in Christmas, Hanukkah, and football and New Year's celebrations.

(in all honesty, I'm trying my best to psyche myself up to a level of 'mild interest'; I'm so tired of just being miserable)

Oh yeah, the Bowl games....

There are some pretty interesting match-ups this time around.  Texas vs. Arkansas, Oklahoma vs. Clemson, LSU vs. Notre Dame, Alabama vs. Ohio St.

It will be fun to root for the Longhorns again; the last time I did, was when their team won the 2004 national championship against USC.




I had been a closet Vince Young fan for years, by the time when he led the Longhorns to a miracle win against the Trojans.  



The last time 'my team' won the college football championship, maybe Auburn's win over the Oregon Ducks, too~

My picks:  OU over Clemson, 36-28; Texas whips Arkansas, 28-23; Notre Dame tames the Tigers, 24-3; and Ohio State spoils the Tide's hopes, 45-31.
Also, Oregon will easily defeat the Seminoles, 52-28, thus leading to the first 'OFFICIAL' national Championship game, where 

the Oregon Ducks will defeat the Ohio State Buckeyes, 44-36 in double overtime.


   Oh, the manufactured drama~!  


(and if you didn't notice it, it will be an OU beating an OSU)

Monday, December 8, 2014

Head Banging Among Big 12 Conference Football Fans

The field of four teams is set now, for the first, major-College football playoff ever.

All four teams arrived at the top four places, by winning their conferences' championship game.
Florida State defeated Georgia Tech; Oregon beat Arizona; Alabama whipped Missouri, and Ohio State killed Wisconsin.

Ohh~!  If only the "Big 12" football conference had twelve teams, instead of only 10, 
so they could compete with the big league colleges. 

A few years ago, four teams abandoned the Big 12 conference for other, greener pastures, where they could compete for higher stakes, and leaving behind what is easily seen now, as a second-tier conference, like the Mid-America or the Mountain West conferences.  Those lost teams, Nebraska, Missouri, Texas A&M and Colorado caused the Big Twelve to wither considerably, notwithstanding the addition of such great squads as the Mountaineers of West Virginia University or the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University.

The leadership of the Big 12 conference should resign en masse, because of their poor leadership, and also because of their inept attempts of attracting other great teams into the Big 12 Conference.
They played their parts like they were whipped dogs, with tails between their legs, running away and howling in pain from the loss of those four teams.

And the national press, and the national powers that be, who choose the play-off teams under these new play-off rules, have shut out the conference from which 62.5% of every "mythical national champion" ever came, since 1930.

Way to go, jerks.

May I offer a suggestion, to you deadbeat heads of the Big 12 Conference?  ADD SOME TEAMS!  AGGRESSIVELY INVITE WINNING SCHOOLS INTO THE FOLD, LIKE Boise State, like Colorado State, like Memphis, like Air Force, like Brigham Young University, like Notre Dame~!

Or steal some big name, also rans from the bigger Conferences (notice, I said "Bigger"?)
like Arkansas, or Purdue or Minnesota.

There, I've listed here, nine universities with winning football squads, anyone would be proud to promote on a stage called THE BIG 12.  

My gosh, commissioners, you have failed us fans, us students, us athletes by your inaction so far.  And I think you should resign for it too.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Randominity:
Questionable Downloads For Unremembered Purposes


Bits and Pieces I've downloaded with grand plans for blogging here, only to become distracted.  Behold:

"Today there is a tremendous amount of monetary distortion, on par with the 1929 stock market crash" http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2014-02-01/recovery-mirage-mark-spitznagel-warns-much-monetary-distortion-1929

Comment: Cover yourself, be as liquid as you can be during the coming crash~.
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"Wyoming Residents Most Conservative, D.C. Most Liberal"
"Conservative advantage" down from last year  http://www.gallup.com/poll/167144/wyoming-residents-conservative-liberal.aspx
Comment:  Times 100, and you get Oklahoma~.  Times 1000, you have Texas.  Also, considering that this is from January, 2014, the idea that our Conservative advantage is down, is hilarious.
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"Laws without morals are in vain."
Benjamin Franklin
(Motto of the University of Pennsylvania)
http://www.liberty1.org/virtue.htm

Comment:  A good source of quotes on American Liberty.
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Abortion statistics, from 2010 - .  http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/preview/mmwrhtml/ss6208a1.htm?s_cid=ss6208a1_w#tab12

Comment:  Liberal Women's War on Children
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"If He Believes It, It Must Be So" Obama isn’t good off the cuff, especially when challenged; he is far better with a prepared speech. What emerged is an awful portrait of the leader and his conception of the world.
http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/if-he-believes-it-it-must-be-so_783721.html

Comment: Americans have been schooled by this flim-flam man, Zer0bama.
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Jews For the Preservation of Firearms Ownership
http://jpfo.org/

Comment: Self explanatory, everybody wants to survive the coming onslaught of violence.
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Choctaws helped starving Irish in 1847 – this act shaped tribal culture-  The Choctaw people have a history of helping others – one of the best examples is the $170 that was given to the Irish in 1847 during the potato famine. To realize the beauty and generosity of this story, one has to understand what a challenging couple of decades this had been for the Indian people.






Comment:  So let's all invent
the River/Stomp dance~!

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The Lost Forest World of the World’s Largest Cave

Comment:  I love caves, maybe someday I'll get to visit this enourmous cavern in Viet Nam~!










Thursday, December 4, 2014

Monday, December 1, 2014

Celebrating All Things Canadian

O, Canada~!  That Was Some Exciting Football, Hey!

Last night I had the pleasure of watching Championship football being played on the biggest stage, literally- .

No, it was not the Sooners.... Not this year, ... ..., again.

It was the Grey Cup, between Calgary and Hamilton.
Yeah, Canadian football, because there's something mildly intoxicating, aboat hearing that the Tiger-Cats have a 2nd-down & 8, on their own 53-yard line. There's no such thing as "4thdown, in CFL rules~ You get only two downs to try and make 10 Metric yards, then you punt if you fail to make it.

Man, I wanted to see a 'rouge', a single point scored, so bad! 
Instead, I was constantly stunned by how large the end zones are in the Canadian Football League.  
Our house could fit easily within the confines of a CFL end zone.

The Calgary Stampeders won, 20-16, but with less than one-minute left in the game, Tabby punt receiver Brandon Banks took the punt at the Tiger-Cats' 20 yard line, 
and ran it back 90 yards (110-yard field) for a thrilling, 
potential, game-winning TD~
        BUT WAIT, THERE'S A FLAG                                     
 ~''Holding' on the receiving team'.

Follow this link to watch highlights of Canada's 
second-favourite game's championship:  http://www.tsn.ca/stampeders-jump-out-to-big-lead-hold-on-to-beat-ticats-in-102nd-grey-cup-1.148326

VANCOUVER - Bo Levi Mitchell carried the Calgary Stampeders to a Grey Cup title Sunday.
Mitchell threw for 334 yards as Calgary held on for a thrilling 20-16 win over the Hamilton Tiger-Cats at B.C. Place. The six-foot-two, 196-pound Texan was calm and precise on the field, completing 25-of-34 passes in his first career Grey Cup start. He was named the game's outstanding player.

At one point, Mitchell threw 10 straight completions, tying him for the third-longest streak in Grey Cup history before a boisterous B.C. Place Stadium gathering of 52,056 — 1,423 short of a sellout.  Think about that sentence, read it again:              Over 101 previous seasons, 10-straight pass completions is only a tie for third-best.  Amazing concept, really, since during the American SuperBowl era of only 50 games, the pass completion streak records are merely similar:


Most Consecutive Completions, Super Bowl Game: 
16- Tom Brady, New England vs. N.Y. Giants, XLVI 
13- Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Denver, XXIV 
10- Phil Simms, N.Y. Giants vs. Denver, XXI
10- Troy Aikman, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, XXX
10- Kurt Warner, Arizona vs. Pittsburgh, XLIII
9-  Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Dallas, XXVIII
9- Neil O’Donnell, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas, XXX
9- Steve McNair, Tennessee vs. St. Louis, XXXIV
9- Peyton Manning, Indianapolis vs. Chicago, XLI


The rest: Nearly 1,424 tickets unsold and available for a national football league championship game~!  Unheard of.

(We're again making November, 2015 Canadian vacation plans!)

But the West Division champions needed two late defensive stands and some luck to secure the victory.


Interesting Side Note:
Members of the Stampeders received $16,000 for the win while the Ticats earned $8,000 apiece. 
  ~I kind of like that aboat Canada, too.

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Colossians 3:12-17 Endless Thanksgiving


12 Put on then, as God's chosen ones, holy and beloved, compassionate hearts, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience,
13 bearing with one another and, if one has a complaint against another, forgiving each other; as the Lord has forgiven you, so you also must forgive.
14 And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony.
15 And let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, to which indeed you were called in one body. And be thankful.
16 Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.
17 And whatever you do, in word or deed, do everything in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through him.

Know Peace and Joy at your Thanksgiving get-together tomorrow, spread Love:  Remember Him, Who makes all things possible for you and me.  We are still richly blessed in America~!

Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Answer: 3,415

The Question: "How many brand new regulations were quietly dropped on the American people, late Friday night, before Thanksgiving, 2014?"

The comment:  ~About 3,414 TOO MANY.

Small time mob boss & controversial leader
Barry Obama and his executive agencies' underlings have quietly posted the new regulations under which we must comply,
until a competent, sane leader is elected.
And LO! the obvious transparency of this evil leader's deviant, new rules.  From  Regulations Info , THIS RUN-AROUND:
I chose a random, seemingly innocuous-sounding regulation to check, called "Clarification of Eligibility of Fleeing Felons", thinking that any regulation of food stamp eligibility
regarding 'fleeing felons applying for food stamps'

oughtta be a real good thing, right??

I still don't know if it is, or not~ because the abstract's links at Clarification of Eligibility (NO~!) of Fleeing Felons, leads NOWHERE.

~WOW, just like Obama's so-called 'leadership'!!  lovingly lifted, blah, blah, blah...


Whereupon, clicking any link which appears on this page, 
sends you to the same page.  
You cannot get any answers no matter how hard you try.

Click on the link called "CFR Citation", or click on the link called "Legal Authority", or click on the link called "FR Cite", and you will be forwarded to this same page/image: