Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Ahhh, Good Times~

Senior Citizen Hillary Clinton said yesterday to another paid-for audience that "I've been deluged with requests to run again"... 

Beware- the Claw could try a come back

She really oughtta see a shrink about those voices she is hearing in her head, I believe.  She might be a danger
to herself~

Good Times... in both 2007/08 and 2015/16:  Watching the woman destined since the 3rd Grade to become President, disgrace herself, berate America and Americans, commit crimes that only she could get away with-
( or there'd be an unexpected suicide in someone's future )

As America laughed at her behind her back, but always
keeping an eye on her, in case she maneuvered to get behind our backs~

I want to join those voices "deluging" her to re-run again,
so that we can have more of these golden-goose nuggets:

"So why aren't I 50-points ahead, you might ask"

An American's "Right to Work"? 
Are you kidding me?  Like 
the best economy in our history, that Trump created?
It's really because we see you
for what you are,
you angry ol' Witch

"What difference, at this point, does it make?"

Four murdered State Department employees in Libya,
under your close, 3-am watch.
And when you're not an angry ol' Witch, 
you're just drunk and DEPLORABLE:

Go ahead Hillary, and DO IT ~~
~ that's what difference it makes, Hillary~

Sunday, December 1, 2019

This Is The Story of This Guy-

This is the true story of a guy, who found himself to be the most fortunate person in all of Alabama, and possibly all of Southeast America, yesterday November 30, 2019.

HIS name is Jeff D. Smoot.  Jeff lives just northwest of Pensacola, Florida, north of Interstate 10, in low income apartment housing.  Jeff loves Auburn University football. 

He has all of his life.  His parents raised him to love Auburn football-- they watched every game that was on TV since Jeff was 6 years old.  Therefore, Jeff was tuned into 
HATING Alabama Crimson Tide Football as well.

But Jeff's parents were not wealthy, and Jeff was an average student in school, so Jeff attended Junior College and graduated with an associates degree in Management.  Jeff always held a seed of resentment deeply inside against his parents, but mostly against  himself, that he could not attend Auburn U. in Auburn, Al, his cherished school.
Oh sure, Jeff had been to Auburn football games before-- 
against Kentucky once, another against Coastal Carolina College, plus his most cherished memory of an Auburn game, against Florida University in 2011 (ALL WINS, BY THE WAY).

This year however, Jeff Smoot went Online on August 31, looking for tickets for the Auburn v. Alabama Iron Bowl game, his heart's deepest desire.  At Stubhub,com, he found two tickets in the Auburn end zone that he could afford to buy, for himself and his bestest-friend-ever, Casey.  Jeff did not earn that much salary, as Night Supervisor at Sak-N-Pak #40....

But Jeff's fortunes turned around and around, round and round, yesterday, November 30th, 2019~

For as everyone knows, "A.U.B.U.R.N." stands for 
"A.labama U.sually B.eats U.s 'R.ound N.ovember". 
Jeff knew this, and he still bought the best tickets to the Iron Bowl that he could afford, for his BFF Casey and himself ($325. + tx).

And Jeff and Casey were rewarded for their life-long struggles, yesterday evening,  when Alabama's field goal attempt toward their awful, terrible cheap endzone seats's view-of-the-rest-of-th-game
Gave Jeff and Casey the best, straight, dead-on & 
Up-close view of  ALABAMA'S FIELD GOAL FAIL.

Saturday, November 30, 2019

Bedlam, Tornado Watches and
Pride Being an Okie

Today starts off with a Tornado watch until 10 am in my neck of the woods, high winds, heavy rain,
followed by Bedlam and 74°, on the last day of November.

Just another typical day in Oklahoma, really~

Ever'nite my honey lamb and I, we sit along and talk, watching crazy hawks, makin' lazy circles in the sky,
before supper- Ya know~

I am remembering my days in Norman as an OU student, when we had parody words for each of our big football opponents:  And strangely, they each involved chomping our azzes......  Uhhgghm.

saxeT, Nobrasky, okie state- All biting our azzes or worse~

But it's Bedlam day in Oklahoma, and it definitely will be fun, no matter who wins~!
I am picking the Sooners to beat the Cowboys in Stillwater,
66 - 64, in a close football game,
(although resembling a basketball game).
With a Bedlam half time score, Cowboys leading the Sooners, 51 to 31. 

More like a track meet~ More like another Cardiac Arrest.  --Less like a Tornado Warning.

Either way tonight's game goes,
We're OKIES, 

We're mostly Indians,
and WE'RE PROUD~!!

Have an unsettling weekend, friends~!

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Giving Thanks

We Malcontents,

Leticia, Kelsey and me Ron,
give great thanks to GOD for His many blessings in our lives; such a long list of blessings, nevertheless He is 
so worthy of thanks, of thankfulness~

Sunday, November 24, 2019

"Just the Calm Before the Storm"

No, not the Impeachment debacle lingering on in Washington.

This storm is going to rock 
and maybe destroy 
one Oklahoma Indian 
Tribe's Casino Gaming.

I've unearthed possible recent tax evasion and fraud
at an Oklahoma Indian Casino operation.

A second accusation, ruling against the same Tribe,
same Casino could close all of that Tribe's operations.
I discovered this major discrepancy through my routine audit last Wednesday, and due to it being the same Casino, 
I have spent this weekend checking my work for the past two months before making any decision regarding this particular Casino (which I suspect of covertly covering over its Jackpot payouts as mere gaming winnings, thereby defrauding the State of Oklahoma of tax revenue).

~ Just as I discovered it had in 2014-2015.


Saturday, November 23, 2019

Happy Days Are Here Again

Yessiree, Happy Days they were.  

America demonstrated that we are NOT a racist country by electing a Half-Black precedent, 
along with a stupid, bumbling sidekick as vice precedent.

Remember those halcyon days when ?

We went on a world wide apology tour, appeasing our enemies for their accused wrongs against the USA?
When America was Europe First?  China First?
Russia First? Iran First?
When we Forgave captured enemies with release from Guantanamo Bay, Welcomed home a Muslim apologist with a White House press conference,
Encouraging radical Muslim influence in Egypt, in Libya, in Lebanon, in the UAE, in Qatar, in Iran and in Iraq?
Endorsing corrupt thugs in Ukraine, after allowing Russia to take the Crimea?
Securing homosexual marriage as a mainstream thought, and Nailing down Liberal sanctuary cities/counties/states for illegal alien hoards?

Wat a time to be alive~!

Saturday, November 16, 2019

National Fast-Food Day

Happy Fast food day, today, November 16.

What are your favourite fast food places?  There are plenty of choices in the Obese States of America.  Among the usual contenders are McDonald's, Burger King, KFC, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut .....

Fast food joints are such an essential part of the American Vista: Reliable, always ready to sell you a quick lunch, an alternative to cooking after a long day, or whenever you host
the champion Clemson Tigers football team at the White House~!

My favourites are Braums 1/2 lb. burgers, then Domino's double Italian sausage, double mushroom and extra chese pizzas,

Leticia's favourite is Kentucky Fried Chicken (by far the 'Winner, winner chicken fast food dinnerin our home); it's little Kel's favourite too, could that explain why?

Not coincidentally,
November 16 is also Statehood Day
here in Oklahoma:

One would think/might expect that due to that birthday of our state, we could have a big Dominos pizza,
( because of the their 1-2 domino logo ) but N0000.
*I grill strip steaks and heat the tortillas today, ɮ Leti is making fixins/sides for Tex-Mex fajitas tonight.  

Have a Wonderful November weekend everyone~!

ɮ (The boss here)

Thursday, November 14, 2019

Which Movie Monster Are You?

It depends, as necessity suggests.

I do not think that I've ever said this anywhere, outside of
one friend, once--  
and Marty's passed on now, 
but I am a shape shift.

Marty James, my best friend was not. 
But I know of/recognize another shape shift in Talihina.

I've never said this anywhere, once, therefore
even less now, I won't go into some my experiences/past/memories.
But I've always implied it in certain posts here. Crows, ...

I took a quiz to find out what "Movie Monster" I was.
( I've always associated mostly with Wolfman )

Imagine my surprise when I was judged to be

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Baby, Baby Still The Same

I can't help it friends,


I'm still at work, still weak, still dying,                                               (LOL, aren't we all tho~?)

but nothing's changed~  Moving game to game, no one's standing in my way--

still the Aggressive Crackpot antagonizing 
under the cool quiescent shade of the Oasis.

Sunday, October 27, 2019

CHIEF GREGORY E. PYLE, 1949 - 2019

April 25, 1949 - October 26, 2019

Current Choctaw Chief Gary Batton announced the tragedy
on his Facebook page, as well as to
Choctaw members via email:

It is with a saddened heart that I share with you that Gregory E. Pyle, my Chief and mentor has passed away this morning. I will miss him dearly, and he will be missed greatly by all who knew him. Please keep his wife, Pat, their children and grandchildren in your prayers.
I will pass on information about arrangements as soon as I hear of them.

Very Lovingly Lifted from Holmes, Coffey Murphy Funeral Home, this Tribute:

Gregory Eli Pyle, beloved husband, father and grandfather, and former Chief of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, passed from this life into his heavenly home on October 26, 2019. Gregory was born April 25, 1949 in Ft. Bragg, California. He spent his childhood in Mendocino, California, before moving to Hugo, Ok, in 1966. He graduated from Hugo High School in 1967, received his Bachelor’s degree in Business from Southeastern Oklahoma State University, where he met the love of his life, Patti Gail Baker. They married September 10, 1971, and were blessed with two beautiful children, Andrea and Eric.
Greg Pyle became Chief of the Choctaw Nation in 1997, after serving more than 13 years as the Assistant Chief of the tribe. One of his first initiatives as Chief was to build a long-awaited new hospital in Talihina, where his first grandchild was born. Many other facilities were established during Chief Pyle’s tenure, including a Diabetes Wellness Center, new clinics in Stigler, McAlester, Atoka, Broken Bow and Idabel, a new Hospitality House adjacent to the hospital, Recovery Center, Women’s Treatment Center and mail order pharmacy refill center. Six Independent Living Communities were established for elderly tribal members, giving them safe and affordable homes. In addition, a number of new community centers, Child Development Centers and wellness centers were completed.
Under the positive leadership of Chief Pyle, the Choctaw Nation put families first, with priorities on education, health care and jobs. He dearly loved his tribal members and would not hesitate to take off his coat and give it to anyone he saw in need. His renewed emphasis on economic development resulted in profitable tribal businesses such as gaming centers, manufacturing plants and travel plazas, creating numerous jobs and funding tribal programs. When Chief Pyle retired in April, 2014 after serving 17 years as Chief, the number of Choctaw Nation employees had grown to over 8,000 worldwide.
During Chief Pyle’s tenure, many new programs and services were initiated, including education programs such as STAR, child development centers, the academic program at Jones Academy, and the Career Development Program. Other new services included the Veterans Advocacy Program, sports and cultural camps for youth, and the School of Choctaw Language to ensure the Choctaw native language would not be lost. He was asked to testify on numerous occasions before the U.S. Congress and addressed students at Harvard University.
His many accomplishments notwithstanding, Greg Pyle considered his greatest achievement in life was his family. He loved them unconditionally. Family vacations usually involved snow skiing, hiking, or a trip to the beach. He enjoyed nothing more than spending time with his precious grandchildren, teaching them to fish, ski and ride bikes. A day at Granddad’s house included riding four-wheelers, paddling kayaks around on the pond, cutting bamboo to make frog gigs, and roasting marshmallows by a roaring fire out in the pergola.
Gregory Pyle is survived by his wife Patti of the home, daughter Andrea and husband Anton Pavlovsky of Mansfield, Texas; son Eric Pyle of Calera, Oklahoma; grandchildren Gabriel Pavlovsky, Addeline Pavlovsky, Skyler Pyle, Elias Pyle, Brynna Pyle, Chandler Fernandez, Parker Fernandez, special grandson Matthew Holaday; brothers Alvin Pyle, Jr. and wife Joetta of Coldspring, Texas, Shaun Pyle and wife Christy of Hugo, Oklahoma; stepfather Donald Wilmouth of Durant, Oklahoma; many cousins, nieces, nephews, family and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Alvin Pyle, Sr., mother Juanita Wilmouth, and sister Sharon Fleming.
A celebration of life will be held on Saturday, November 2, at 10:00 a.m. at the Choctaw Nation Event Center in Durant, Oklahoma, Burial will be at 2 p.m. at Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hugo, OK.

UPDATE (2) 10-31-2019
Chief Batton has declared that from the day of the Chief's passing, October 26, there will be a 30 day period of mourning within the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, for our beloved former Chief.  
My wife Leti and I will be in Durant this Saturday,
for the celebration of the life of service
for Chief Gregory Pyle. 

Chief Pyle was very, very special for me, very influential in my life as a young man, from as far back as 1990; I feel strongly that having Chief Pyle as a friend helped me get my job at the McAlester Choctaw Casino in 2000, and was then still very kind to me after I was fired in 2008 for violating rules about online comments I had made about the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma's Indian Health Service.

Chief Pyle was extraordinarily understanding and compassionate towards me about posts I made here on this bloggie regarding the Socialized Medicine which IS the Indian Health Service.

Chief Pyle told me personally, face to face in Talihina, Ok., that I was essentially correct about the Socialistic scheme-design of IHS, but that for the overall benefit of poor Choctaws across Oklahoma, and indeed across the US, that a subsidized, social medical care system was the best choice available for poor and sick Indian people.
 And that he understood my Conservative viewpoint.
And then I understood his viewpoint.


It is often said, that if a person can count to have 5 genuine friends in life, then he/she is truly blessed. 

For your Local Malcontent, Chief Greg Pyle was one~

Saturday, October 19, 2019

Braking News~ "RUF NEK WRECK"

Just before halftime in the OU Sooner vs. West Virginia Mountaineer football game today,
OU's Sooner Schooner took a wrong turn and crashed on the field~!

No one riding the Schooner was Hurts.

Bees Making Honey for All Mankind

This warm, instructive video about how Bees make honey will warm your hearts over this cool weekend.  

Enjoy October~!

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Interesting Times in which We Live

YouTube provides NO videos of the full Democratic Debate, held on Tuesday night, Oct. 15th.  

Only videos of Debate analysis, before or after or both.

Isn't it interesting that YouTube chooses not to include the actual Democratic Debate?
An historic event, supposedly, in American politics currently?

It's like they know that the debate is SOO BAD,
So Depressing, 
So Socialist in its nature
that they exclude it for their own purposes.  
YouTube dares not display the truth

Go to YouTube(dot)com, and type in the Search bar, 
"October 15 Democratic Debate", then Enter, 
no results for the actual debate~

What are the Democrats and YouTube trying so desperately to conceal?

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

hitS Happen

(Some people will get it~)

St. Louis folded up their tent and went home last night 
WINLESS in the NLCS series against the Washington team.
In every category, the Nationals were the much better team.

The Cardinals went 2-18 with RISP in the four games, 
and regardless of pitching, no one can win games like that.
With run support like that, Sandy Koufax couldn't win either.

so, dare I say "Go Yankees", so that at least half of my early World Series prediction
comes true?
Or just "Go American League"?

On to college football .... and its particular,
odd Championship format.  
See you in Jupiter in February, Cardinals~

Friday, October 11, 2019

"Advantage D.C. Nationals in NLCS" ?

Lovingly lifted from MLB(dt)com, this Insulting Article from idiot Mike Petriello:
"Nationals in 6." 

Mike Petriello rates players by position in the NLCS, and gives the advantage to the Nats.
Mike Petriello predicts the Nationals to win the NLCS in Six Games. Mr. Petreillo also wrote: " There are catchers who are better than Yadiar Molina, but none of them will play be in this series. "

OK.  I don't know Mike Petriello's articles, haven't read any of them, as far as I know, but I am convinced that 
he is a shill for MLB's hopeful TV market share.

Maybe he just got hired.  Maybe he only watches Nationals games from his cozy apartment in NW DC.  Maybe he is going through puberty, and has no concept of St. Louis Cardinal history.
Petriello is TOTALLY ignorant of even recent players performances at some positions, for example
His giving the 3rd Base advantage to Anthony Rendon? His giving the Starting Pitcher advantage to Scherzer and company?  His giving the Center Field advantage to the Nationals !
LOL, really. Cos Here Comes the King~!

Looking forward to my shout out to Mr. Petriello on Twitter, when the Cardinals take the NL Championship Pennant, in 6 games.

Thursday, October 10, 2019

The Birds on the Rampage

Lovely day for a Game 5 NLDS game yesterday in Atlanta~!!

AT the end of the game, it turned out to be a "Get-Away" day for both teams. 
St. Louis scores 10 Runs in 1st Inning

"Fair Game"
For the Cardinals,
all their big hits
were fair, just inside
the foul lines, plus
another huge double
to the wall
in Centerfield.

Cardinal's Right Fielder
Dexter Fowler's 2nd at bat
in the 1st Inning sends
two more runners home.

AJC sports writer Mark Bradley comments:

This NLDS marked the Braves’ 10th consecutive postseason series loss, counting the 2012 wild card game – also against the Cardinals – as a series. That ties them with the Cubs, who spread their losing over an 108-year span. The Braves crammed theirs into 
a mere 18 years.
St. Louis hosts Game 1 of the NLCS against the Washington
Nationals Friday night. 
(remember my WS prediction?From September 5?

Wednesday, October 9, 2019

You Will Never Know

Every American appreciates the fact that the Republic of Texas repelled Santa Ana in 1845.
Every American appreciates what Texas means in regard to Freedom, 
to Responsibility to God First,

Every American appreciates the Republic of/State of Texas' citizens, their gorgeous countryside, their UNWAVERING allegiance to upholding the US Constitution and the Christian principles therein.

With that said, sadly, the univ. of techsez longhorn football team falls far short of every expectation of all Americans.

The longhorn team are like national Dem politicians, simply full of hot gassy air, and (too) easily released.
The longhorn team are full of hopeful hype, 
just way short on promises.
The longhorn team cannot stand and win against the Mighty Oklahoma Sooners, either.  

Let's take a look at the History of the State of Oklahoma, once called "Indian Territory".

The land called Oklahoma has been home to fierce Warriors for well over 1,000 years. With Citizens like
- the fierce Cheyenne, the vengeful Apache, the clever Comanche,
- the mighty Arapaho, the fearful Pawnee, the deadly Ponca,
 then the addition in the 19th Century of Removed Tribes: 
-the cunning Choctaw from Mississippi, 
-the skilled Chickasaw from Tennessee, 
-the robust farmer Cherokee from Georgia, 
-the instinctive hunter Seminole from Florida, 
-the aggressive Creeks from  the new American South: 
all of those Tribes, also amazing warriors.

OURS is a State occupied and begun by Generation upon Generation upon Generation of fighters. 
Winners.  Long before 1845.

Oklahoma means more to Okies than just
"Home of the Red Man"
IT MEANS whatever skin pigment, WE FIGHT AND
be it in Football, against Socialism or Space aliens.

My Prediction:  OKLAHOMA 49, techsez 32.

Monday, October 7, 2019

The sɐxǝʇ "Game"

The bitter rivalry between Oklahoma and Ticksus is renewed,
for the 3rd time in the past year.

Why, any sane person would think that TekzUs would opt out of the Big 12, 
and enter the Mountain West Conference, North-Southeast Angola Division to have Any Chance at a winning season,
in order not to be subjected to this annual Humiliation
at the hands of the Mighty Oklahoma Sooners, Owners/Champions of the Big 12 Conference~

The single, annual Week of "I HATE S∀XƎ┴" begins.
From DumAss  out in the West, to Fort Worthless in the middle,
to  their tiny SweenySwitch in the Southeast, 

Techsus is just no place to call home-- I wouldn't live there again, 
if you paid me.  

B E C A U s E  I Ha t E TEXAs this week.

OKLAHOMA 49. cows 17.

And so it begins~

Saturday, October 5, 2019

"The score stood four to two
with but one inning more to play"

I am swimming in baseball nostalgia these days,
thanks to God first~
and believe me, it is a warm pool. with sand

I intended to comment on the Washington Nationals win
last night against the Dodgers, 
here on my bloggie for the weekend, using the voice and supposed commentary of Vin Scully, 
in describing the bottom of the 
ninth inning of the Nationals/Dodgers game.

Then It Hit Me like a Max Scherzer fastball, tight on my arm 
Not Vin Scully's 17,204 vivid biographical historic inspirational descriptive words,
Just. Ernest Lawrence Thayer.


The outlook wasn’t brilliant for the Mudville nine that day;
The score stood four to two with but one inning more to play.
And then when Cooney died at first, and Barrows did the same,
A sickly silence fell upon the patrons of the game.

A straggling few got up to go in deep despair. The rest
Clung to that hope which springs eternal in the human breast;
They thought if only Casey could but get a whack at that—
We’d put up even money now with Casey at the bat.

But Flynn preceded Casey, as did also Jimmy Blake,
And the former was a lulu and the latter was a cake;
So upon that stricken multitude grim melancholy sat,
For there seemed but little chance of Casey’s getting to the bat.

But Flynn let drive a single, to the wonderment of all,
And Blake, the much despised, tore the cover off the ball;
And when the dust had lifted, and men saw what had occurred,
There was Jimmy safe at second and Flynn a-hugging third.

Then from 5,000 throats and more there rose a lusty yell;
It rumbled through the valley, it rattled in the dell;
It knocked upon the mountain and recoiled upon the flat,
For Casey, mighty Casey, was advancing to the bat.

There was ease in Casey’s manner as he stepped into his place;
There was pride in Casey’s bearing and a smile on Casey’s face.
And when, responding to the cheers, he lightly doffed his hat,
No stranger in the crowd could doubt ’twas Casey at the bat.

Ten thousand eyes were on him as he rubbed his hands with dirt;
Five thousand tongues applauded when he wiped them on his shirt.
Then while the writhing pitcher ground the ball into his hip,
Defiance gleamed in Casey’s eye, a sneer curled Casey’s lip.

And now the leather-covered sphere came hurtling through the air,
And Casey stood a-watching it in haughty grandeur there.
Close by the sturdy batsman the ball unheeded sped—
“That ain’t my style,” said Casey. “Strike one,” the umpire said.

From the benches, black with people, there went up a muffled roar,
Like the beating of the storm-waves on a stern and distant shore.
“Kill him! Kill the umpire!” shouted some one on the stand;
And it’s likely they’d have killed him had not Casey raised his hand.

With a smile of Christian charity great Casey’s visage shone;
He stilled the rising tumult; he bade the game go on;
He signaled to the pitcher, and once more the spheroid flew;
But Casey still ignored it, and the umpire said, “Strike two.”

“Fraud!” cried the maddened thousands, and echo answered fraud;
But one scornful look from Casey and the audience was awed.
They saw his face grow stern and cold, they saw his muscles strain,
And they knew that Casey wouldn’t let that ball go by again.

The sneer is gone from Casey’s lip, his teeth are clinched in hate;
He pounds with cruel violence his bat upon the plate.
And now the pitcher holds the ball, and now he lets it go,
And now the air is shattered by the force of Casey’s blow.

Oh, somewhere in this favored land the sun is shining bright;
The band is playing somewhere, and somewhere hearts are light,
And somewhere men are laughing, and somewhere children shout;

But there is no joy in Mudville—mighty Casey has struck out.

Have a very good weekend, everyone~!  

CARDINALS host the braves in St. Louis Sunday night~