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Sunday, January 6, 2013

Lady Jane

Scorn has broken my heart 
and has left me helpless; 
I looked for sympathy, 
but there was none, 
for comforters, 
but I found none.
Psalm 69


  1. Dem. Senator: Obama's Gun Control Proposal 'Way in Extreme'

  2. BulgarWheat11:56 AM

    why would anyone want to start a civil war is beyond me.

    No! They may not have my firearms.

  3. mawskrat12:08 PM

    don't need no civil war

  4. BabbaZee12:10 PM

  5. BabbaZee12:11 PM

    The Civil Wars - Poison & Wine - Live at Lightning 100

  6. Think of the children!

    As we get involved in these ad nauseam debates over the Second Amendment, our children are still at risk,”

    “Debating is not the action verb we need to protect our children.”

  7. BabbaZee12:19 PM

    There's that ACTION VERB man again!




    Rick Wakeman-Six Wives of Henry VIII [Full Album] 1973

    bye dolls, dooty calls

  10. Guns are not the answer

  11. Should We Trust in Government?

    Whether you are for gun control or the right to bear arms, let’s agree to be honest.

    The federal government has recently purchased hundreds of millions of rounds of hollow point ammunition for use within the United States. (And purchases are allegedly ongoing.)

    Senators Dianne Feinstein and Harry Reid have carried concealed weapons to protect themselves.

    And the newspaper which published the names and addresses of gun owners has itself hired armed guards to protect it.

    So folks within government who are advocating gun control are only advocating that the American people be disarmed.

    They not only reserve to themselves the right to carry weapons, but the government is buying insane amounts of weaponry for use within the United States. Indeed, police forces throughout the U.S. are being armed with military weapons.

    Whatever you think about gun control, please acknowledge the objective situation: our government is becoming more and more armed, while it is asking us to disarm ourselves.

    Therefore, whatever you think about gun control, you have to admit that the government is asking us to trust it, as it becomes armed to the teeth and asks us to give up our arms.

    Given recent actions by folks in government (and the consolidation of power), do you trust our government?

  12. Used to have that in Quadraphonic!

  13. Mother, do you think they’ll drop the bomb?
    Mother, do you think they’ll like this song?
    Mother, do you think they’ll try to break my balls?
    Ooh ah,
    Mother, should I build the wall?

    Mother, should I run for president?
    Mother, should I trust the government?
    Mother, will they put me in the firing line?
    Ooh ah,
    Is it just a waste of time?

  14. Arizona Counties’ Varied Response to Gun Violence

  15. BabbaZee1:15 PM

  16. BabbaZee1:18 PM

  17. Civilian disarmament advocates insist that the Sandy Hook Elementary School Massacre illustrates the dangers of inadequately restrictive firearms laws. That assumption is impossible to reconcile with the fact that Connecticut’s state government regards individual firearms ownership not as a right but as a highly conditional privilege subject to revocation without notice, on the whim of an unaccountable bureaucrat.

    In 1999, the Connecticut legislature enacted Sec. 29-38c, a measure allowing the police to confiscate firearms from anybody believed to pose “a risk of imminent personal injury to himself … or to other individuals.” All that is required is a sworn complaint “by any state’s attorney or assistant state’s attorney or by any two police officers to any judge of the Superior Court.” A warrant will then be issued allowing police to confiscate the firearms and hold them for up to a year.

    State police Lieutenant Robert Kiehm explained to the Associated Press that the purpose of the measure is to give police officers the power "to take some proactive steps instead of waiting for something to happen."

    "The value of this law is not so much that police will seize your guns," Lawlor insisted when it took effect in October 1999. "It gives police a system to investigate a person who poses a threat. If the police never confiscate a person's guns, they can at least look into the person's behavior and perhaps prevent a tragedy by intervening."

    During the first decade following its enactment, Connecticut’s gun seizure law resulted in the confiscation of at least 2,000 firearms from people who were never charged with crimes. Nearly all of the seizures followed reports from concerned relatives – generally spouses -- of the victims. Attorney Rachel Baird, who has represented a dozen Connecticut residents whose firearms have been confiscated, insists that none of them posed any credible threat to anybody, including themselves.

    Lawlor, who is now the state’s Under Secretary for Criminal Justice Policy and Planning, invokes a variation on Dick Cheney’s “One Percent Doctrine” (“Even if there’s just a 1 percent chance of the unimaginable coming due, act as if it’s a certainty”) to justify the gun confiscation program. “Maybe it would have been just a suicide or a single murder of a spouse, but potentially one of these guys along the road could have been a mass shooting,”

    The standard set out in the Connecticut confiscation law – namely, that guns can be seized from anyone who presents “a risk of imminent personal injury to others” – would justify the pre-emptive disarmament of the police force. After all, the police constitute a body of armed individuals who are trained to employ violence and are rarely held accountable for injuring or killing others without a morally sound reason to do so.

    If Lawlor’s defense of the measure – that it is justified by the prevention of “just a suicide or a single murder” – were applied seriously, it would buttress the case for disarming the police in Connecticut. Between April and June of 2011, there were four police suicides in Connecticut, a development that prompted authorities to convene a special statewide conference on suicide prevention.

  18. Photo: Boehner With NY's First Gay Congressman, His Husband And Their Cute Kids

    House Speaker John Boehner, swearing in Rep. Sean Maloney of NY, with Maloney's husband, Randy Florke, and two of their children (AP)

    Oh, irony! Buzzfeed noticed that House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) met "two new gay Congressional spouses" at the swearing-in ceremonies of Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wisconsin) and NY's first gay Congressman, Rep. Sean Maloney, who represents the lower Hudson Valley. Maloney's husband Randy Florke and two children were on hand, too! How ironic, since just the day before, Boehner reiterated his anti-gay marriage stance.

  19. Color Photographs of USA in The 1920s

  20. Dicked!

    In its annual report for 2011, Dick’s puts in the mandatory investor boilerplate on potential risks to its profitability:

    We may be subject to various types of litigation and other claims and our insurance may not be sufficient to cover damages related to those claims. …although we do not sell hand guns, assault weapons or automatic firearms, we do sell hunting rifles, semi-automatic hunting rifles and ammunition, which are products that are associated with an increased risk of injury and related lawsuits….We may…incur losses due to lawsuits relating to our performance of background checks on hunting rifle purchasers . Any improper or illegal use by our customers of ammunition or hunting rifles sold by us could have a negative impact on our reputation and business.

  21. BabbaZee3:06 PM

    I think this is my pops

  22. BabbaZee3:09 PM


  23. Boner may run away with the "wife".... they can share a tanning bed!

  24. BabbaZee3:17 PM

    that's him at about the same age as he would have been on Castro detail

  25. A few words of wisdom from our owners:

    (puke, vomit, barf.....)

    Joe Biden on culturalism: “In Delaware, the largest growth of population is Indian Americans, moving from India. You cannot go to a 7/11 or a Dunkin’ Donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I’m not joking.”

    John Conyers on the Health Care Bill, which he voted for: “I love these members, they get up and say, ‘Read the bill … What good is reading the bill if it’s a thousand pages and you don’t have two days and two lawyers to find out what it means after you read the bill?’”

    John Kerry on the troops: “You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

    Howard Dean: “We know that no one person can succeed unless everybody else succeeds.”

    Al Gore: “During my service in the United States Congress, I took the initiative in creating the Internet.”

    Joe Biden on the economy: “The number one job facing the middle class, and it happens to be, as Barack says, a three-letter word: jobs. J-O-B-S.”

    Joe Biden on History: “When the stock market crashed, Franklin D. Roosevelt got on the television and didn’t just talk about the, you know, the princes of greed. He said, ‘Look, here’s what happened.”

    Marion Barry, former mayor of Washington, DC: “If you take out the killings, Washington actually has a very very low crime rate.”

    Senator Chris Dodd, while on the campaign trail: “Eight more days and I can start telling the truth again” Sen. Chris Dodd, on the campaign trail.

    Jerry Brown, governor of California: “The conventional viewpoint says we need a jobs program and we need to cut welfare. Just the opposite! We need more welfare and fewer jobs.”

    Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz on the newly passed health care law: “We actually have not required in this law that you carry health insurance.”

    Radio personality Ed Schultz on elections: “If I lived in Massachusetts, I’d try to vote ten times … Yeah that’s right, I’d cheat to keep these bastards out. I would. Because that’s exactly what they are.”

    Congresswoman Maxine Waters on socialism: “Guess what this liberal would be all about? This liberal will be about socializing…uh, um…Would be about, basically, taking over, and the government running all of your companies.”

    Senator Harry Reid on Barack Obama: “…light-skinned,” and with “no negro dialect.”

  26. I can see you schmoke,,,,,,,,,,,,and pee, and drink..I am Herr Google

  27. BabbaZee5:28 PM

    and Mitt can not identify a doughnut

  28. pbird7:00 PM

    the horror the shut me down....arooooo!

  29. pbird7:00 PM

    GOOD lookin dude!

  30. Q_Burn7:05 PM

    The only Google you can trust is Barney!

  31. pbird7:07 PM

    izzat what my gramma was carrying on about?

  32. BulgarWheat7:09 PM

    welcome home Q

  33. BabbaZee7:13 PM


  34. BabbaZee7:13 PM

    yeah. he still is!

  35. Q_Burn7:14 PM

    His name lives on to this very day.. although Snuffy Smith kind of threw him under the bus..

  36. Q_Burn7:18 PM

    Thanks, is good to be home! Vegetating, laundry and such is about all I am good for today. Resting up for the return to the grind mañana.

  37. BulgarWheat7:21 PM

    I slept away most of the day on the couch. then I picked up supper. Too tired to even drink which is pretty messed up if you actually think about it.

  38. Q_Burn7:24 PM

    Too tired to drink???? Blasphemy!!!

  39. Q_Burn7:28 PM

    When Barney Google's adventures took him deep into the Kentucky hills to escape the law, he met Snuffy Smith, a bodacious hillbilly who lives in the Appalachian town of Hootin' Holler with his tolerant, caring wife "Weezy."

    And if you don't know.. now you know.

  40. pbird8:12 PM

    I kinda knew but only in a way you get from osmosis

  41. Q_Burn8:21 PM

    Notorious B.I.G. vs Herb Albert..

  42. Q_Burn8:29 PM

    Nu Shooz!

  43. Q_Burn8:41 PM

    Miami 1985.. Funky Little Beat..

  44. BulgarWheat8:46 PM

    mebbe I got me second wind.

  45. BulgarWheat8:51 PM

    Media ignore psychiatric medications in Sandy Hook massacre...

    well there ya go. I think this was suspected around this joint though.

  46. Q_Burn9:02 PM

    Just like the Colorado Batman shooter.

    The psychiatrist who treated James Holmes was reprimanded by Colorado's medical board in 2005 for prescribing drugs to herself, her husband and an employee, according to WPTV.

    Take a look at the woman's face..

  47. Q_Burn9:18 PM

    One more degenerate dance tune? OK if you insist. Lick It..
    live for Bulgar!

  48. Q_Burn9:43 PM

    OK perhaps something a little more tasteful. This is my fave pop tune of 2012. Of Monsters and Men- Little Talks

  49. Q_Burn9:46 PM

    I don't like walking around this old and empty house.
    So hold my hand, I'll walk with you my dear

    The stairs creak as I sleep,
    it's keeping me awake
    It's the house telling you to close your eyes

    Some days I can't even dress myself.
    It's killing me to see you this way.

    'Cause though the truth may vary
    this ship will carry our bodies safe to shore.

    Hey! Hey! Hey!

    There's an old voice in my head
    that's holding me back
    Well tell her that I miss our little talks.

    Soon it will all be over, buried with our past
    We used to play outside when we were young
    and full of life and full of love.

    Some days I feel like I'm wrong when I am right.
    Your mind is playing tricks on you my dear.

    'Cause though the truth may vary
    This ship will carry our bodies safe to shore

    You're gone, gone, gone away,
    I watched you disappear.
    All that's left is a ghost of you.
    Now we're torn, torn, torn apart,
    there's nothing we can do,
    Just let me go, we'll meet again soon.

    Now wait, wait, wait for me, please hang around
    I'll see you when I fall asleep.

    Don't listen to a word I say
    The screams all sound the same.

    Though the truth may vary
    this ship will carry our bodies safe to shore

  50. gah! nuckin' futs

  51. well, i like it

  52. I've heard it somewhere else. Wonder where. No idea.


    Worried Dream - Peter Green & Fleetwood Mac

  54. Sky News Arabic published a video this week documenting an all-women battalion in the Syrian army named “The Lionesses for National Defense.” Facebook pages supporting embattled President Bashar Assad explained that the mission of the “lionesses” is to defend the country alongside the men.

    another amazon army?

  55. Paxil’s known “adverse drug reactions” – according to the drug’s FDA-approved label – include “mania,” “insomnia,” “anxiety,” “agitation,” “confusion,” “amnesia,” “depression,” “paranoid reaction,” “psychosis,” “hostility,” “delirium,” “hallucinations,” “abnormal thinking,” “depersonalization” and “lack of emotion,” among others.
    (We'll still blame Babba for everything)

  56. John Brennan to Replace Petraeus: Stopped the Capture of bin Laden in 1998? Said Jihad is Holy Struggle – Ignored Christmas Day Bomber Intelligence?

  57. BabbaZee8:15 AM

    "The President does not describe this as a 'war on terrorism,'" said John Brennan, head of the White House homeland security office, who outlined a "new way of seeing" the fight against terrorism.


  58. mawskrat8:32 AM

    Good Mornin Ferals

  59. BulgarWheat8:33 AM

    todays the big night around the hayseed home. good timing on getting the large screen TV to enjoy the game.

  60. mawskrat8:53 AM

    yes Sir Bulgar ...gonna get a sound bar from
    my son and plug er in.

  61. BulgarWheat8:56 AM

    UNREAL! BofA Freezes Gun Manufacturer’s Deposits Saying: “We Believe You Should Not Be Selling Guns On The Internet”

    I wouldn't do business with BoA if they were giving money away. Screw them!

  62. BulgarWheat8:59 AM

    when Bama played meatchicken earlier this year, and pretty much tore them a new asshole, we had a soccer game the following day. One of the dads on the boys team was sporting a meatchicken shirt. As we're leaving the field after the game the boy looks this dad square in the eye and yells,"ROLL TIDE!"

    stopped the guy dead in his tracks. Wish you could have seen that. it was classic.

  63. Merry Christmas to all our Orthodox Christian followers and all Christian IDF soldiers celebrating the day.

  64. Obama Increased Foreign Aid 80%; Spent 76% More on Foreign Aid Than Border Security

  65. When the Banksters run the country... it's fascism!

  66. BulgarWheat9:12 AM

    I think perhaps we need an interactive map listing where all of these banksters live. include the fed reserve while we're at it.

  67. UNREAL! BofA Freezes Gun Manufacturer’s Deposits Saying: “We Believe You Should Not Be Selling Guns On The Internet”

    From the Comments:

    I wonder if obama is involved. Didnt BOFA recieved some sort of bailout? if they did this could be there way of paying back obama.

    Only US$45B, US$25B from TARP in 2008 and an additional US$20B in 2009 (right after Barry was enaugurated) in emergency funds after taking over Merrill Lynch, with US$118B of government guarantees against bad assets. The additional bailout came with the US Treasury taking a stake in the bank.

    The US$45B in bailouts and US$118B in guarantees puts BofA as one of the most bailed-out financial institution of the fiscal crisis. WaMu (Washington Mutual) probably would have been larger if the government had decided to bail them out instead of screwing the investors, but then WaMu wasn’t on record of contributing to the 2008 Obama campaign as BofA is.

    Of course diehard DittoHeads question the business owner's account of the incident:

    Mikey commented:

    Some high priced lawyer is going to have a field day with this. Assuming it’s all true.

  68. BulgarWheat9:22 AM

    I hope he takes their ass to the cleaners

  69. This of course from the bank that just signed a $10 Billion settlement
    agreement over fraudulent mortgage loans through Fannie Mae and Freddie

  70. U.S. gives unstable Lebanon 200 armored vehicles

    Reuters) - The United States has given 200 armored vehicles to Lebanon, the Lebanese army said on Monday, bolstering forces that have been struggling to deal with sectarian violence inflamed by the war across the border in Syria.

    The M113 armored personnel carriers (APCs) arrived by ship to Beirut on Sunday, the army said in a statement. A Lebanese security source said the army now had 1,200 APCs.

    A U.S. diplomat said the shipment of vehicles would support the Lebanese armed forces' "capabilities and their mobility and ability to respond to crises. It is also to protect borders and internal stability".

    The diplomat, who preferred not to be named, said the vehicles were used but were all in "very good working order and will be refurbished here in Lebanon".

    The United States has provided more than $140 million in equipment and assistance to the Lebanese armed forces in the past six months, including six Huey 2 helicopters, a 42-metre coastal security craft, more than 1,000 guns - including grenade launchers -- and 38 million rounds of ammunition.


  72. BulgarWheat10:04 AM

    good morning, pbird

  73. goodmorning Bulgar

  74. If more Democratic women in the Senate (as this is what is really meant by “more women” in the Senate) means less freedom, bring on the gridlock, for it means that disagreement exists and should exist in what is supposed to be a free society.

    And frankly, if women are no better at negotiating gridlock than they are negotiating their own salaries, we’re in big trouble.

  75. maybe its just a boring day

  76. BulgarWheat10:34 AM

    boring days are highly underrated.

  77. If all goes well, the first Ubuntu powered smartphone will be available to buy in 12 months. This doesn’t sound like a long time but in the fast-paced world of mobile computing, one year might as well be a decade.

  78. well yeah



    heh, take that music fans!




  84. BulgarWheat11:03 AM

    dang, I'm hungry this morning. a burrito with some green chili sauce sounds real good right about now.

  85. anything with green chili sauce, just about, sounds good

  86. BulgarWheat11:07 AM

    yep. I love green chili sauce. back shortly


    Documentary about 1960s Glasgow Gangs

  88. one of my little hobbies is the the abuse of the english language, dialects....

  89. BabbaZee11:22 AM




  91. BabbaZee12:07 PM

    ooo we love her

  92. BabbaZee12:10 PM

  93. BabbaZee12:17 PM

  94. BulgarWheat12:22 PM

    don't mess with Zohan is on. Stumbled across it flipping through channels.

  95. she is something else

  96. dishes, they call my name

  97. BulgarWheat12:30 PM

    Nuclear Security Helicopters Testing Radiation Levels Above DC...

    Wonder what in the hell that's all about?

  98. Richard Stallman accuses Ubuntu of spying on users

    Dec 7, 2012 – Famous software activist Richard Stallman has accused Ubuntu developers Canonical of ignoring the privacy of its users by enabling a form of

  99. BulgarWheat12:33 PM

    it's good to laugh from time to time

  100. Dr. Weet Arrested at Charlotte Airport

  101. BabbaZee1:21 PM

  102. BabbaZee1:29 PM

  103. BulgarWheat1:29 PM

    I've been drunk in that airport a few times, but never arrested there.

  104. BabbaZee1:40 PM

    In the capital of Syria people in mixed, poor neighborhoods are living nightmares; they know that their best days are behind, and what is to come is much more dangerous than all that they are going through nowadays.

    See, Damascus will no longer be a city but will become a heap of ruins.
    ~Isaiah 17

  105. BabbaZee1:41 PM

  106. BulgarWheat2:31 PM

    I've seen the future....

  107. BulgarWheat2:46 PM

    the most recent gun-grab as well. at least on a large scale anyhow that I'm aware of.

  108. BabbaZee2:52 PM

    “This is an in-your-face nomination by the president to all of us who are supportive of Israel,” Graham said on CNN’s “State of the Union” yesterday. “Chuck Hagel is out of the mainstream of thinking on most issues regarding foreign policy.”

  109. BabbaZee2:53 PM

    The criticism crystallized over an interview for a 2008 book in which
    Hagel told Mideast scholar Aaron David Miller that “the Jewish lobby
    intimidates a lot of people up here. But I’m a United States senator.
    I’m not an Israeli senator.”

  110. pbird2:54 PM

    mhm. Noooobody imagined he was. mumble...

  111. pbird2:56 PM

    House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) — who doesn't get a vote on the Hagel nomination – issued a statement after he was nominated Monday calling him "the wrong man for the job at such a pivotal time."

    He also criticized Hagel for having "incendiary" views on Israel.

    Pro-Israel groups are vowing to continue a lobbying campaign that began when Hagel was first named as the favorite to succeed Defense Secretary Leon Panetta at the Pentagon.

    Read more:

  112. BabbaZee2:59 PM

    Graham also noted that Hagel has refused to admit that Hezballah, the militant Muslim group headquartered in Lebanon, is a terrorist

  113. Not Dr. Wheat.... the other guy..."Weet"

  114. BabbaZee3:15 PM

    Israel will erect a security fence along its border with Syria, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.

    "We know that on other side of our border with Syria today, the Syrian army has moved away, and in its place, Global Jihad forces have moved in," Netanyahu said Sunday at the start of the regular Cabinet meeting.

  115. BulgarWheat3:17 PM

    these guys are pretty amazing in stirring up the populist anger.

    this is clearly by design. what their end game is I have no idea, but I'm certain it isn't in my best interest.

  116. BabbaZee3:29 PM

    Before becoming a top adviser to Obama during the 2008 campaign, Brennan spent more than two decades at the CIA as an analyst and served as the agency’s station chief in Saudi Arabia. During the Bush era, he served as deputy executive director of the CIA and later as director of the National
    Counterterrorism Center.

    all one party

  117. BulgarWheat3:30 PM

    CURL: Obama supporters shocked, angry at new tax increases

    It makes me snicker just a little bit. We really are an amazingly stupid society.

  118. BulgarWheat5:32 PM

    Pope: Stop War in Syria Before the Country Becomes 'Field of Ruins'

    Read Latest Breaking News from

    Urgent: Should Obamacare Be Repealed? Vote Here Now!

    Maybe someone should get him a copy of The BOOK.

  119. DHS, Fusion Centers Struggle to Respond to Mass Shootings

  120. BulgarWheat5:45 PM

    why? I didn't they had gotten started with mass shootings yet. did I miss something.

  121. Paying time again...Big time!

    Babba goes to hopsicle tomorrow morning to check for tumours in her gut.

    Please, please pray for her!


  122. BulgarWheat6:00 PM

    shit! I was wondering where she was today. Will do.

  123. Please open your hoople-wangle

  124. BulgarWheat6:04 PM

    will do

  125. Or Hoople wankle.. iPad

  126. mawskrat8:31 PM

    Babba..I know you don't give a shit.....LOL
    ROLL TIDE !!!

  127. Grammy Cracker8:52 PM


  128. mawskrat9:23 PM

    Babba is always in my prayers...will double down

  129. mawskrat9:32 PM

    Babba is always in my prayers...will double down

  130. pbird9:56 PM

    Yep, been thinking about that.

  131. BabbaZee10:38 PM

    thanks everyone

  132. BabbaZee10:39 PM

  133. BabbaZee10:41 PM

  134. BabbaZee10:42 PM

  135. BabbaZee10:45 PM

  136. BabbaZee10:48 PM

  137. BabbaZee10:50 PM

    lila tov


    Belushi & Aykroyd "Have Love will Travel"


    The Black Keys - Have Love, Will Travel


    The Black Keys - Heavy Soul


    Everlasting light - The Black Keys


    Midnight In A Perfect World (Extended Version) - DJ Shadow

    goodnight you guys, love to all, especially BZ tomorrow

  143. oy, such a song

  144. pbird2:28 AM

    The Big List of Who Hates Guns

  145. BulgarWheat2:54 AM

    they need to provide us with an even larger list of people who love guns

  146. BulgarWheat2:56 AM

    I'm going to attempt a little bit of a nap on the couch.

  147. BulgarWheat3:47 AM

    that didn't work. fever and chills are not conducive to sleeping well.

  148. BulgarWheat4:14 AM

    many prayers for Babba, Georges, and my friend Gary

  149. Alex Jones vs Piers Morgan On Gun Control

  150. BabbaZee8:26 AM

    January 7, 2013: Masked men, symbolising death, are seen as they perform
    Christmas carols, known locally as "Kolyadki", in the central western
    Ukrainian city of Lviv. Ukrainians celebrate Christmas on January 7,
    according to the Julian calendar.

  151. BabbaZee8:36 AM

    You don't need capital to publish a book on Scientology – you need courage.

  152. mawskrat9:03 AM

    Good Mornin Ferals
    Prayers for our dear Babba

  153. BabbaZee9:59 AM


    iGo soon

  154. BabbaZee10:06 AM


  155. BabbaZee10:08 AM

  156. do you have it too? the virus we all caught doesn't seem to want to go away....

  157. go and confound them again Babba! Praying for the best experience it can be and for GOD's best for you.

  158. mawskrat11:00 AM

    I make the virus sick>LOL

  159. goood, i hope somebody does!


    Lord Kitchener - Sugar Bum Bum

  161. BulgarWheat11:16 AM

    yuck. yes it seems I have the funk.

  162. sorry, is not good

  163. A little pigeon has told me............. that prayer works!

    Our Cultessa of the Holy Keef....... has been deemed pure and clean by the priests of Medicine~!

  164. Betrayal by the Peasantry!

    It’s no secret that Congress isn’t popular, with approval ratings typically below 20% among Americans.

    Now, one pollster has taken Americans’ general dislike of Congress to its logical polling conclusion, stacking Congress up against some of the worst things (or at least most controversial things) one can image.

    In a poll released Tuesday, Public Policy Polling found that Americans have a higher opinion of traffic jams (56%-34%), colonoscopies (58%-31%) and cockroaches (45%-43%) than Congress. Ditto for love-‘em or hate-‘em band Nickelback (39%-32%), used-car salesmen (57%-32%), root canals (56%-32%) and NFL replacement refs (56%-29%).

    Who does Congress beat out? Well, it squeaks by actress Lindsay Lohan (45%-41%) and playground bullies (43%-38%), and has more comfortable margins over Cuba’s Fidel Castro (54%-32%) and the reality-television Kardashians (49%-36%). And Congress trounced communism (57%-23%).

    PPP surveyed 830 voters from Jan. 3 to Jan. 6 via automated telephone interviews. The margin of error was plus or minus 3.4 percentage points.

  165. Grammy Cracker3:21 PM

    B"H!! More prayers - of thanksgiving! - will be said.

    Such wonderful news indeed!

  166. pbird3:52 PM

    Amen! Good deal!

  167. BulgarWheat4:01 PM

    outstanding news!

  168. BulgarWheat4:02 PM

    depends on who administers the colonoscopy I guess.

  169. BabbaZee4:17 PM

    I am clean!


    so they have no idea how or why but it is over for now

  170. BabbaZee4:21 PM

    Thanks everyone for the praying

    be back later

  171. BulgarWheat4:32 PM

    this is very good news! continue to pray for Georges and my pal Gary. I had an all night session of prayer last night.

    I did find a few moments for some naps this afternoon though.

  172. BulgarWheat4:43 PM


    Chicago Hospitals Turn Away Ambulances Over Flu Deluge...

    No room...

    Where's AI when ya need her? This is the perfect conspiracy theory warmed up from a few years ago.

    Chips! Get yer chips!

  173. BulgarWheat5:44 PM

    updated elderbunny picture.

  174. pbird5:47 PM

    Dat ain't no bunny!

  175. BulgarWheat6:04 PM

    I woke up too early last night. I'm addled at the moment and worn out.

    We could give it bunny ears though.

  176. Do it for the children..........

    Bye, who represents West Hartford, has announced a package of bills to limit access to assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, and require that all Connecticut firearms be registered by model and serial number.

    The bills would also institute a 50 percent sales tax on the sale of ammunition and magazines, prohibit the purchase of ammunition over the Internet and limit the sale of ammunition to those with Connecticut firearms permits.

    "I just feel a personal mandate," said Bye. "These parents have just lost their child and already they're advocating for something to happen. We're only going to have one opportunity in Connecticut to do something like this. I want to take this opportunity and make sure we do something significant."

  177. Member of Biden’s Gun Control Task Force Has a Son Convicted of Planning School Mass Murder

    President of the National Assocation of Police Officers and Boston Police Officer Thomas Nee is a member of Vice President Joe Biden's gun control task force, which was created by President Obama in the aftermath of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Nee's son, Joseph Nee, was convicted in 2008 for planning to commit mass murder of students and teachers at Marshfield High School in Massachusetts, similar to that of Columbine in 1999. After spending nine months in prison, Nee's conviction was upheld by the Supreme Judicial Court.

    Nee told police the plan involved taking ammunition and explosive devices into the school, securing the school's exit doors with bicycle locks, and shooting students and staff.

  178. BulgarWheat6:31 PM

    hey! he's got the inside track and deep experience, eh?

  179. BulgarWheat6:36 PM

    I feel a personal mandate to ensure that my family is better armed and prepared than the bad guys.

  180. pbird6:55 PM

    Impossible to parody.

  181. pbird6:56 PM

    Good idea

  182. BulgarWheat7:36 PM

    here's hoping that the entire feral syndicate sleeps well tonight.

  183. ”Right now you can buy bullets in any store and the sale is not recorded”, James said. "Gun violence will continue unless we control the sale of bullets."

  184. BulgarWheat7:46 PM

    not going to happen....

    I see a huge surge in ammo press sales, primers, black powder, and rounds. As the wise leper had said, it's very Zen.

  185. pbird8:20 PM

    sleep? ha!

  186. pbird8:34 PM

  187. pbird8:35 PM

    new Bowie

  188. pbird8:38 PM

    Seattle and King County are launching a new Gun Safety Initiative that includes a gun buyback program in hopes of reducing the number of firearms in the community.

    Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn, King County Executive Dow Constantine and other law enforcement, health and community leaders announced the the new initiative Tuesday morning in Seattle.

    McGinn says the program is modeled after other programs across the country. People will be allowed to anonymously turn in their unwanted weapons in exchange for a gift card valued at up to $100.00 for hand guns, shot guns and rifles. Assault weapons will be worth up to a $200.00 gift card. Officials say law enforcement officials will not take pictures of participants, track their license plates or run ballistic tests on the guns turned in.

    they wouldn't think of it

  189. pbird8:40 PM, which has been expanding its headquarters in Seattle, kicked in $30,000 in Amazon gift cards. In an emailed statement, the company said only that it thanked Seattle Mike McGinn for the invitation to participate and that it was happy to do so.