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Saturday, November 30, 2013

Twas the night before Christmas as told by Track Palin

 I reworked a parody of The Night before Christmas Palin style.  Enjoy!

Twas the Night Before Christmas at the Palin compound as told by Track Palin:

Twas the night before christmas
and all through the house,
Trig was ignored and Piper shot the mouse

Sarah and Bristol at the whorehouse,
Willow smoking grass;
I had settled down
for a nice piece of ass.

Out on the lawn,
I heard such a clatter.
I sprung from my piece
to see what was the matter.

When out on the lawn,
I saw a fat-ass dick.
I knew it wasn't Chris Christie
it must be St. Nick.

He came down the chimney
like a bat out of hell.
I knew in a moment,
the fatass had fell.

He stuffed all the stockings
with wine coolers and beer,
and two big black rubber dicks
One for Sarah and one for my stepdad Todd the queer.

He rose up the chimney
And I thought I heard a thunderous fart.
but that son of a bitch

had ripped his pants apart

He swore and he cursed
as he rode away,
fuck all of you retards
and have a hell of a day

Friday, November 29, 2013

Black Friday is today and I'm staying home

I hate shopping on Black Friday.  Actually I don't like shopping at all.  I hate shopping because I always get lousy customer service.  I  avoid Wal-Mart like the plague.

Nowadays I do my Christmas shopping online.  It's easier, quieter, and I can take my sweet time.  I do love Christmas but now it is so commercialized.  Sarah Palin claims that atheists are taking the Christ out of Christmas, but in reality it is her taking the Christ out as she spews her violitrol and hatred.

This year in honor of the Christmas season (I'm a Christian and I'm proud to call the season Christmas) I am going to post some of my favorite Christmas songs and hymns.  On Fridays I will post a secular one, on Sunday a hymn.  Today it is Rockin Around the Christmas Tree by Brenda Lee.  Enjoy!

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Great Alaskan shootout begins today

I guess Michigan has been banned from participating so their players can't boink wonky-eyed sports anchors.

Monday, November 25, 2013

Thanks Greta for bringing babygate back into the spotlight!

From Gretawire

I just spotted this tweet…and yes, I have read the recent outrage…but what took so long? How about Andrew Sullivan’s comments? how come the media silence for him? And that was not someone shaming himself with crude language but picking on a special needs child! or how about the thing David Letterman said about the Palin’s daughter when she was about 14? Any outrage? From MSM or women’s organizations or women role models?
It is one thing to have substantive and ideological differences, but this Bashir level (the gutter) thing really isn’t that new.  So what took the media so long?

It's about time FOX News started throwing Sarah under the bus.  But I still have the need to correct Greta on a few things.

No one has picked on Trig.  They are picking on Sarah.  Period!  As for David Letterman, that joke was about A-Rod and Bristol and everyone knows it.  And Bristol was 18 at the time and had just started her gig as cough-cough abstinence spokesperson.

The winners of the Turkey awards are....


Ted Cruz


Bristol Palin


George Zimmerman

I'm also going to reward the Boston marathon Bombers the honor as well


Aaron Hernandez
Richie Incognito (honorable mention)

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Sarah Palin quits again!

From FOX News (where else?)

It's no secret that Sarah Palin is mighty steamed at MSNBC and Martin Bashir over his despicable remarks about the abusive treatment he imagines for her.

And now she's doing something about it.

The former Alaska governor and Fox News contributor was scheduled to sit down with Matt Lauer for a Christmas season interview. That's now toast.

Palin has now canceled Lauer's scheduled trip to Wasilla, a source close to her tells me. It's not because Palin is upset with Lauer or the "Today" show, but as a protest against NBC for not taking action against Bashir. In fact, Palin once sat in as a "Today"co-host.

Tim Crawford, treasurer of Palin's political action committee, had told NBC News President Deborah Turness and MSNBC President Phil Griffin that "Americans deserve to know that your network doesn't condone violent and hateful rhetoric."

Bashir apologized to Palin and to viewers Monday for his comments, which he called "totally unacceptable." In response to a speech in which she likened the national debt to slavery, the onetime
"Nightline" co-anchor said Palin should be subjected to an ancient slavery punishment in which someone would defecate and urinate in her mouth.

MSNBC has not suspended Bashir, despite imposing a two-week suspension on another talk show host, actor Alec Baldwin, for hurling an anti-gay slur at a photographer outside his New York apartment. The network has had nothing to say publicly about Bashir's sliming of Palin.

I will admit that Martin's description of Sarah's punishment (shitting in her mouth) was gross.  Hell I even gagged a bit when I read it.  But he apologized and was sincere.  But it's not good enough for Sarah.

I have a feeling there is more to it than Sarah's side.  Todd has bailed out of the tour, book sales are in the shitter, and MSNBC knows it.  That is why they pulled the plug on the Lauer-Palin interview.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

So Sarah Palin when are you going to apologize to President Obama, Gabby Giffords, Levi, and Jews?

Last week Martin Bashir used some colorful language in response to Sarah comparing the national debt to slavery.  He has since apologized.

However that is not good enough.  Her slush fund, I mean PAC sent the above letter to NBC demanding Martin be punished.  Of course they are not going to tell her the disciplinary action.  It is an HR issue that will remain confidential.

And Sarah you have made many derogatory comments about President Obama and your rhetoric almost got Gabby Giffords assassinated.  Plus your blood libel comment offended the Jewish population.   When are you going to apologize for that?

You called her grandson's father a deadbeat.  He even apologized to you three years ago for comments he made about you and Todd.  When are you going to apologize for that?

And you insinuated that your mayoral opponent John Stein was living in sin and a Jew.  When are you going to apologize for that?

Bristol you just called Tripp's father a felon.  He apologized to you for criticizing your family, before you dumped him.  When are you going to apologize for that?

Todd you lured Shailey Tripp into prostitution.  When are you going to apologize for that?

Friday, November 22, 2013

A good man gone down

From the John F. Kennedy Library

Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, who was a very disciplined and organized woman, made the following entry on a notecard, when her second child was born:
John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Born Brookline, Mass. (83 Beals Street) May 29, 1917 

In all, Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy would have nine children, four boys and five girls. She kept notecards for each of them in a small wooden file box and made a point of writing down everything from a doctor’s visit to the shoe size they had at a particular age. John Fitzgerald Kennedy was named in honor of Rose’s father, John Francis Fitzgerald, the Boston Mayor popularly known as Honey Fitz. Before long, family and friends called this small blue-eyed baby, Jack. Jack was not a very healthy baby, and Rose recorded on his notecard the childhood diseases from which he suffered, such as: "whooping cough, measles, chicken pox." On February 20, 1920 when Jack was not yet three years old, he became sick with scarlet fever, a highly contagious and then potentially life-threatening disease. His father, Joseph Patrick Kennedy, was terrified that little Jack would die. Mr. Kennedy went to the hospital every day to be by his son’s side, and about a month later Jack took a turn for the better and recovered. But Jack was never very healthy, and because he was always suffering from one ailment or another his family used to joke about the great risk a mosquito took in biting him – with some of his blood the mosquito was almost sure to die!

 When Jack was three, the Kennedys moved to a new home a few blocks away from their old house in Brookline, a neighborhood just outside of Boston. It was a lovely house with twelve rooms, turreted windows, and a big porch. Full of energy and ambition, Jack’s father worked very hard at becoming a successful businessman. When he was a student at Harvard College and having a difficult time fitting in as an Irish Catholic, he swore to himself he would make a million dollars by the age of 35. There was a lot of prejudice against Irish Catholics in Boston at that time, but Joseph Kennedy was determined to succeed. Jack’s great-grandparents had come from Ireland and managed to provide for their families, despite many hardships. Jack’s grandfathers did even better for themselves, both becoming prominent Boston politicians. Jack, because of all his family had done, could enjoy a very comfortable life. The Kennedys had everything they needed and more.

By the time Jack was eight there were seven children altogether. Jack had an older brother, Joe; four sisters, Rosemary, Kathleen, Eunice, and Patricia; and a younger brother, Robert. Jean and Teddy hadn’t been born yet. Nannies and housekeepers helped Rose run the household.

 At the end of the school year, the Kennedy children would go to their summer home in Hyannis Port on Cape Cod where they enjoyed swimming, sailing, and playing touch football. The Kennedy children played hard, and they enjoyed competing with one another. Joseph Sr. encouraged this competition, especially among the boys. He was a father with very high expectations and wanted the boys to win at sports and everything they tried. As he often said, "When the going gets tough, the tough get going." But sometimes these competitions went too far. One time when Joe suggested that he and Jack race on their bicycles, they collided head-on. Joe emerged unscathed while Jack had to have twenty-eight stitches. Because Joe was two years older and stronger than Jack, whenever they fought, Jack would usually get the worst of it. Jack was the only sibling who posed any real threat to Joe’s dominant position as the oldest child.

J ack was very popular and had many friends at Choate, a boarding school for adolescent boys in Connecticut. He played tennis, basketball, football, and golf and also enjoyed reading. His friend Lem Billings remembers how unusual it was that Jack had a daily subscription to the New York Times . Jack had a "clever, individualist mind," his Head Master once noted, though he was not the best student. He did not always work as hard as he could, except in history and English, which were his favorite subjects. "Now Jack," his father wrote in a letter one day, "I don’t want to give the impression that I am a nagger, for goodness knows I think that is the worse thing any parent can be, and I also feel that you know if I didn’t really feel you had the goods I would be most charitable in my attitude toward your failings. After long experience in sizing up people I definitely know you have the goods and you can go a long way…It is very difficult to make up fundamentals that you have neglected when you were very young, and that is why I am urging you to do the best you can. I am not expecting too much, and I will not be disappointed if you don’t turn out to be a real genius, but I think you can be a really worthwhile citizen with good judgment and understanding."

 Jack graduated from Choate and entered Harvard in 1936, where Joe was already a student. Like his brother Joe, Jack played football. He was not as good an athlete as Joe but he had a lot of determination and perseverance. Unfortunately, one day while playing he ruptured a disk in his spine. Jack never really recovered from this accident and his back continued to bother him for the rest of his life.

The two eldest boys were attractive, agreeable, and intelligent young men and Mr. Kennedy had high hopes for them both. However, it was Joe who had announced to everyone when he was a young boy that he would be the first Catholic to become President. No one doubted him for a moment. Jack, on the other hand, seemed somewhat less ambitious. He was active in student groups and sports and he worked hard in his history and government classes, though his grades remained only average. Late in 1937, Mr. Kennedy was appointed United States Ambassador to England and moved there with his whole family, with the exception of Joe and Jack who were at Harvard. Because of his father’s job, Jack became very interested in European politics and world affairs. After a summer visit to England and other countries in Europe, Jack returned to Harvard more eager to learn about history and government and to keep up with current events.

Joe and Jack frequently received letters from their father in England, who informed them of the latest news regarding the conflicts and tensions that everyone feared would soon blow up into a full-scale war. Adolph Hitler ruled Germany and Benito Mussolini ruled Italy. They both had strong armies and wanted to take land from other countries. On September 1, 1939 Germany invaded Poland and World War II began.

By this time, Jack was a senior at Harvard and decided to write his thesis on why Great Britain was unprepared for war with Germany. It was later published as a book called Why England Slept. In June 1940, Jack graduated from Harvard. His father sent him a cablegram from London: "TWO THINGS I ALWAYS KNEW ABOUT YOU ONE THAT YOU ARE SMART TWO THAT YOU ARE A SWELL GUY LOVE DAD."

Soon after graduating, both Joe and Jack joined the Navy. Joe was a flyer and sent to Europe, while Jack was made Lieutenant (Lt.) and assigned to the South Pacific as commander of a patrol torpedo boat, the PT-109. Lt. Kennedy had a crew of twelve men whose mission was to stop Japanese ships from delivering supplies to their soldiers. On the night of August 2, 1943, Lt. Kennedy’s crew patrolled the waters looking for enemy ships to sink. A Japanese destroyer suddenly became visible. But it was traveling at full speed and headed straight at them. Holding the wheel, Lt. Kennedy tried to swerve out of the way, but to no avail. The much larger Japanese warship rammed the PT-109, splitting it in half and killing two of Lt. Kennedy’s men. The others managed to jump off as their boat went up in flames. Lt. Kennedy was slammed hard against the cockpit, once again injuring his weak back. Patrick McMahon, one of his crew members, had horrible burns on his face and hands and was ready to give up. In the darkness, Lt. Kennedy managed to find McMahon and haul him back to where the other survivors were clinging to a piece of the boat that was still afloat. At sunrise, Lt. Kennedy led his men toward a small island several miles away. Despite his own injuries, Lt. Kennedy was able to tow Patrick McMahon ashore, a strap from McMahon’s life jacket clenched between his teeth. Six days later two native islanders found them and went for help, delivering a message Jack had carved into a piece of coconut shell. The next day, the PT-109 crew was rescued. Jack’s brother Joe was not so lucky. He died a year later when his plane blew up during a dangerous mission in Europe.

 When he returned home, Jack was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Medal for his leadership and courage. With the war finally coming to an end, it was time to choose the kind of work he wanted to do. Jack had considered becoming a teacher or a writer, but with Joe’s tragic death suddenly everything changed. After serious discussions with Jack about his future, Joseph Kennedy convinced him that he should run for Congress in Massachusetts' eleventh congressional district, where he won in 1946. This was the beginning of Jack’s political career. As the years went on, John F. Kennedy, a Democrat, served three terms (six years) in the House of Representatives, and in 1952 he was elected to the U.S. Senate.

Soon after being elected senator, John F. Kennedy, at 36 years of age, married 24 year-old Jacqueline Bouvier, a writer with the Washington Times-Herald. Unfortunately, early on in their marriage, Senator Kennedy’s back started to hurt again and he had two serious operations. While recovering from surgery, he wrote a book about several U.S. Senators who had risked their careers to fight for the things in which they believed. The book, called Profiles in Courage, was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for biography in 1957. That same year, the Kennedys’ first child, Caroline, was born.

 John F. Kennedy was becoming a popular politician. In 1956 he was almost picked to run for Vice President. Kennedy nonetheless decided that he would run for President in the next election. He began working very long hours and traveling all around the United States on weekends. On July 13, 1960 the Democratic party nominated him as its candidate for President. Kennedy asked Lyndon B. Johnson, a senator from Texas, to run with him as Vice President. In the general election on November 8, 1960, Kennedy defeated the Republican Vice President Richard M. Nixon in a very close race. At the age of 43, Kennedy was the youngest man elected President and the first Catholic. Before his inauguration, his second child, John Jr., was born. His father liked to call him John-John.

 John F. Kennedy was sworn in as the 35th President on January 20, 1961. In his inaugural speech he spoke of the need for all Americans to be active citizens. "Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country," he said. He also asked the nations of the world to join together to fight what he called the "common enemies of man: tyranny, poverty, disease, and war itself." President Kennedy, together with his wife and two children, brought a new, youthful spirit to the White House. The Kennedys believed that the White House should be a place to celebrate American history, culture, and achievement. They invited artists, writers, scientists, poets, musicians, actors, and athletes to visit them. Jacqueline Kennedy also shared her husband's interest in American history. Gathering some of the finest art and furniture the United States had produced, she restored all the rooms in the White House to make it a place that truly reflected America’s history and artistic creativity. Everyone was impressed and appreciated her hard work.

The White House also seemed like a fun place because of the Kennedys’ two young children, Caroline and John-John. There was a pre-school, a swimming pool, and a tree-house outside on the White House lawn. President Kennedy was probably the busiest man in the country, but he still found time to laugh and play with his children.

However, the President also had many worries. One of the things he worried about most was the possibility of nuclear war between the United States and the Soviet Union. He knew that if there was a war, millions of people would die. Since World War II, there had been a lot of anger and suspicion between the two countries but never any shooting between Soviet and American troops. This 'Cold War', which was unlike any other war the world had seen, was really a struggle between the Soviet Union's communist system of government and the United States' democratic system. Because they distrusted each other, both countries spent enormous amounts of money building nuclear weapons. There were many times when the struggle between the Soviet Union and the United States could have ended in nuclear war, such as in Cuba during the 1962 missile crisis or over the divided city of Berlin.

President Kennedy worked long hours, getting up at seven and not going to bed until eleven or twelve at night, or later. He read six newspapers while he ate breakfast, had meetings with important people throughout the day, and read reports from his advisers. He wanted to make sure that he made the best decisions for his country. "I am asking each of you to be new pioneers in that New Frontier," he said. The New Frontier was not a place but a way of thinking and acting. President Kennedy wanted the United States to move forward into the future with new discoveries in science and improvements in education, employment and other fields. He wanted democracy and freedom for the whole world.

One of the first things President Kennedy did was to create the Peace Corps. Through this program, which still exists today, Americans can volunteer to work anywhere in the world where assistance is needed. They can help in areas such as education, farming, health care, and construction. Many young men and women have served as Peace Corps volunteers and have won the respect of people throughout the world.

 President Kennedy was also eager for the United States to lead the way in exploring space. The Soviet Union was ahead of the United States in its space program and President Kennedy was determined to catch up. He said, "No nation which expects to be the leader of other nations can expect to stay behind in this race for space." Kennedy was the first President to ask Congress to approve more than 22 billion dollars for Project Apollo, which had the goal of landing an American man on the moon before the end of the decade.

President Kennedy had to deal with many serious problems here in the United States. The biggest problem of all was racial discrimination. The U.S. Supreme Court had ruled in 1954 that segregation in public schools would no longer be permitted. Black and white children, the decision mandated, should go to school together. This was now the law of the land. However, there were many schools, especially in southern states, that did not obey this law. There was also racial segregation on buses, in restaurants, movie theaters, and other public places.

 Thousands of Americans joined together, people of all races and backgrounds, to protest peacefully this injustice. Martin Luther King, Jr. was one of the famous leaders of the movement for civil rights. Many civil rights leaders didn’t think President Kennedy was supportive enough of their efforts. The President believed that holding public protests would only anger many white people and make it even more difficult to convince the members of Congress who didn't agree with him to pass civil rights laws. By June 11, 1963, however, President Kennedy decided that the time had come to take stronger action to help the civil rights struggle. He proposed a new Civil Rights bill to the Congress, and he went on television asking Americans to end racism. "One hundred years of delay have passed since President Lincoln freed the slaves, yet their heirs, their grandsons, are not fully free," he said. "This Nation was founded by men of many nations and backgrounds…[and] on the principle that all men are created equal." President Kennedy made it clear that all Americans, regardless of their skin color, should enjoy a good and happy life in the United States.

 On November 21, 1963, President Kennedy flew to Texas to give several political speeches. The next day, as his car drove slowly past cheering crowds in Dallas, shots rang out. Kennedy was seriously wounded and died a short time later. Within a few hours of the shooting, police arrested Lee Harvey Oswald and charged him with the murder. On November 24, another man, Jack Ruby, shot and killed Oswald, thus silencing the only person who could have offered more information about this tragic event. The Warren Commission was organized to investigate the assassination and to clarify the many questions which remained.

 President Kennedy's death caused enormous sadness and grief among all Americans. Most people still remember exactly where they were and what they were doing when they heard the news. Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington for the President's funeral, and millions throughout the world watched it on television.

As the years have gone by and other presidents have written their chapters in history, John Kennedy's brief time in office stands out in people's memories for his leadership, personality, and accomplishments. Many respect his coolness when faced with difficult decisions--like what to do about Soviet missiles in Cuba in 1962. Others admire his ability to inspire people with his eloquent speeches. Still others think his compassion and his willingness to fight for new government programs to help the poor, the elderly and the ill were most important. Like all leaders, John Kennedy made mistakes, but he was always optimistic about the future. He believed that people could solve their common problems if they put their country's interests first and worked together.

I was born long after JFK was shot.  No president has died in my lifetime, although Reagan came close.  I hope to God it will never happen. 

Your thoughts on John F. Kennedy?

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Question for Sarah and Todd Palin

Sarah why have you not released Trig's birth certificate?

Todd have you ever been with or hung out with hookers in Anchorage?

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Darn Bristol Palin won't be at Penn today to give a big sex talk

UPDATE: Bristol Palin’s reported talk at Penn has turned out to be a hoax, and one allegedly perpetrated by Under The Button, upon whose story we based the below post.

A posting on Penn’s Special Planning + Events Committee (SPEC) appears to confirm that Palin will be giving no such talk.

 Contrary to Under the Button's story this morning, Bristol Palin will not be our fall speaker. However, we congratulate the masterminds of this hoax for their poster-making skills and flyer-ing tactics! We look forward to announcing our fall speaker in the coming week!

 ORIGINAL: Guess what? It’s been five years since we found out that Bristol Palin—daughter of then-newly-minted poltical celebrity Sarah Palin—was pregnant and about to be a teen mom, either vindicating Democratic beliefs that social conservatives are all a bunch of hypocrites, or confirming Republican beliefs that once pregnant you have your baby no matter what. Either way, it’s long enough now that Bristol is no longer a teen mom.

Buuuuut she’s still doing the teen mom shtick. Under the Button reports that flyers have gone up around campus promising a Bristol Palin appearance, 8 p.m. Nov. 20 at Irvine Auditorium. After that, the details are few—Palin is listed as a “teen pregnancy prevention spokesperson” and “television personality” (perhaps based on her onetime Dancing With the Stars gig)—but since we know that the only thing Penn students like more than underage drinking is having sweaty, noncommittal sex that in no way will prevent them from becoming Masters of the Universe, we can only imagine the students who do attend will be rutting like feral pigs in the aisle. It’s a Blue State, Bristol! Run away before you see something too awful!

This would have been the closest Bristol has ever gotten to a college. 

Speaking of Bristol she has been slamming Levi again.

From TMZ

Levi Johnston has his priorities screwed up ... he's buying cars, dropping serious cash on hunting and taking fancy trips, instead of forking over child support ... this according to legal docs filed by Bristol Palin.

In the new docs -- obtained by TMZ -- Bristol claims Levi isn't a suitable parent on many levels to get what he's after -- 50/50 custody.  She says aside from the fact that he's $67K behind in child support, he doesn't even visit Tripp on a regular basis.

In fact, Bristol believes Levi is so deep in the red, it constitutes a felony under Alaskan law.

And this is the  best part ... Bristol wants the judge to say out loud that Levi is voluntarily underemployed -- translation ... LOSER.

We all know it's bullshit.  Bristol keeps Tripp locked away in Arizona.  She is the real felon as kidnapping and taking a kid across state lines is a FEDERAL OFFENSE.

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Sarah's book sales are falling faster than Bristol's panties


Right  now it is at #252 and falling.

Some of the reviews on Amazon:

Gets the job done better than Colon Blow! I laughed so hard that I released my bowels at such a high rate of speed, the splash-back was enough to lift me off of the seat and hit me in the face. Now my wife has to repaint the walls.

 Next time Ms Palins' books will hit Amazon I will scream! This woman has no shame. Without her ghostwriter she would be unable to even produce one coherent sentence. I am losing faith in American people pretty fast not all can be so gullible.
She is a product of US consumerism like no other. Is that the reason why she likes Christmas so much? My Christmas wish: Please go away Sarah Palin!

 I couldn't get past page 3. There is more lucidity on a cereal box. Is there a depth of Dante's Hell into which this woman will not descend?

Monday, November 18, 2013

Sarah Palin goes all Gestapo on the media in Wausau WI

If I recall Hitler did the same thing to the Jews.  Imagine if Sarah was POTUS.  Rachel Maddow, Melissa-Harris Perry, and Lawrence O'Donnell would be relocated to concentration camps.  The only difference between Hitler and the book signing was the media survived.

Sunday, November 17, 2013

Thoughts on Jon Martin and Richie Incognito

As you are all aware,  offensive tackle Jonathan Martin of the Miami Dolphins left the team due to alleged harassment and hazing by his teammates, the ringleader being Richie Incognito.

No one knows what really went down between them but from what I have read I have to take Jon's side. 

There is no excuse for bullying or hazing.  Ever.  Even on a sports team.  Richie may be 30 but he has the social skills of a 13 year old.  Studies have proven that hazing is actually counterproductive as the victim hates his tormenter even more and is more likely to lash out.

However in Jonathan's case he did not lash out.  He walked away from the team and sought therapy. He even tried to befriend his harassers.   I'm not sure if that was the right idea too.  I too have been the victim of bullying, in the workplace and in school.    In school it was a group of guys with one has the ringleader.  They would make lewd comments and joke, block the door entryway so I could not get through.  One time they even shoved me in a closet.  I tried talking to my parents, teachers, principal, friends, and other classmates but no one believed me until late my junior year of high school (this had been going on since 7th grade) when the ringleader made a gross comment to one of my friends.  The teacher overheard it and sent him to the office.  I actually got called into the principals office as a witness.  I told him what happened and said "he has been doing this to me as well since 7th grade, and now you are finally going to do something about it?"  The next year in the school handbook they put a sexual harassment policy statement in, but he still kept at me until one day I turned around and punched him in the chest.  Fortunately I did not get suspended and he only bothered me one more time after that.

Another problem I had in school was a female classmate.  This happened in 5th grade.  All my classmates would play tag at recess.  I wanted to play too but this girl wouldn't let me.  Other kids invited me to join but she would holler no she can't play!  I never knew why she would never let me play.  I never did anything to her.  It was weird.  But it hurt my friends would not stick up for me.

During the last job I had there was a college student working there during the summer hired on through the temp service.  He was obnoxious and had no work ethic.  One night we were working together on a project and he pulls out his cell phone to text.  I told him to put it away and cell phones were not permitted on the work floor.  He put it away but swore at me.  That is where the trouble started.

Anytime we were in the same work group he would purposely slack off just to get at me, it was to the point where it was becoming detrimental to production.  I would report it to the supervisor.  I don't know if he was talked to but it seemed the more I complained, the worse it got.  He would also flip me off in passing.  He even flipped me off during a meeting and called me a cunt right in front of everyone but was never sent home.  I went to HR and there response was don't worry, his last day is tomorrow so just ignore him.  WTF?

Bullying has long suffering consequences.  Even though my prep school days are long past I still have vivid memories of the way I was treated in school.  And my harasser at work left the company three years ago I still get pissed everytime I think about it, and on my last day of work this earlier this year I gave the HR guy hell for it.

I pray for Jonathan Martin that he gets the help he needs, and Richie Incognito that he gets the help he needs.  I have no use for bullies, that is why I loathe the Palins so much.  Remember how they treated their neighbor and Todd beating up the black kid 4 years younger than him.

Saturday, November 16, 2013

How Sarah Palin really acts

From TMZ

Sarah Palin has no love for the daddy of her grandson ... because she just barked out to TMZ that Levi Johnston is a 'deadbeat dad.'

As TMZ previously reported, Levi just filed legal docs asking for 50/50 joint custody of 4-year-old Tripp.  He says it's in the boy's best interest.

As for whether Levi should get joint custody ... Palin is incredulous.

But here's the rub ... Levi is roughly $66k behind in child support.

Palin's disdain for Levi is palpable.  Watch the video ... you'll see.

I'm a little confused, first Levi wanted full custody, now just joint?  Oh well this video shows Palin at her bitchiest.  She better watch her mouth, the judge in Molly and Mike's divorce trail told her and Todd to zip it regarding Mike or Molly would lose custody and get supervised visitation.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Thursday, November 14, 2013

How the Palins really earned their money

From Wall Street Daily

Another tornado could be twirling around former governor of Alaska, Sarah Palin.
This particular storyline has nothing to do with a pregnant teen daughter or any hunting exploits, but it’s every bit as intriguing.

With nothing but peculiar timing and circumstantial evidence, though, the American public will ultimately have to decide for itself.

Palin, who served as Governor of Alaska from 2006 to 2009 and as the Republican Party nominee for Vice President in 2008, has witnessed a meteoric rise in her net worth over the last five years.

But did a secret buried inside the pages of an out-of-print book help build Palin’s fortune? And can everyday investors use this secret to get rich, too?

Palin earned $125,000, annually, as the governor of Alaska.

She was reported as having a net worth in the $1 million range ahead of the 2008 Presidential election, according to financial disclosure records.

But since leaving public office in 2009, Palin’s net worth has exploded.

She’s now worth an estimated $12 million.

During that time, Palin published a bestselling book, Going Rogue, which revealed details from her personal life and professional career.

Palin also worked as a political commentator on Fox News and had her own television show in Alaska.

But can those income sources alone entirely explain an 1,100% increase in her net worth?

Palin’s personal wealth explosion – from 2008 straight through the Financial Crisis – also happens to coincide with another fascinating storyline. That is, the unnatural price appreciation of a mysterious, out-of-print book.

Coincidence? Let’s examine.

 Did Palin own a copy of this extraordinary book? Or was the unusual symmetry between Palin’s wealth explosion and the rise of the book just chance?

Some of the most respected publications on Earth, like Forbes, BusinessWeek, and The Economist, have praised this work. And prestigious academic institutions, like Harvard, Stanford and Yale, have even sought the author’s services.

The book is said to contain a secret to always beating the stock market.

It sold for $9.95 on the day it was originally released in 1991.

Today, less than 300 copies are known to exist, which has pushed the price of the book to upwards of $3,000.

For comparison's sake, the appraised value of John Steinbeck's 1939 classic, The Grapes of Wrath (first edition), is $1,579.

Steinbeck's 1937 classic, Of Mice and Men (first edition), is valued at $2,125.

These are two of the greatest literary feats in history, authored by a man who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1962.

So how can an out-of-print investment book be worth more than both of Steinbeck's classics?

And is it merely a coincidence that Palin’s net worth was shooting to the moon just as the books’ value was?
Although no one can say for sure, the book’s secret could help anyone who use it turn $10 into $9,259, over and over again.
The book hit shelves in 1991 with very little fanfare.

It was well received by the Wall Street community, the press and investors alike, garnering praise for its simple strategy to buy low and sell high.

The book sold a few thousand copies, and then ended up in the sales bin to make room for newer books.
Soon thereafter, the book went out of print, without a whimper. It happens all the time in the publishing industry.

But this story wasn't over.

As it turns out, the author, who's now regarded as a genius, buried a secret inside the book.
The secret unlocks the stock market's greatest riches, according to a new investigation led by the world's foremost expert on the book, Louis Basenese.

 “The author made a billion dollars on the merits of the secret inside the book,” says Basenese, adding

“There’s absolutely no reason an ordinary investor couldn’t aggressively build his own fortune.”

Through good markets, the author won.

Through bad markets, he still won.

Straight through the financial crisis, the author kept winning. (His assets have tripled since 2007.)

With every win, the author quietly moved further up the Forbes list, all thanks to the secret he hid inside the book.

"It's the most brilliant piece of non-fiction literary work over the last 100 years," says Basenese.
It's also one of the most stolen books in the world.

Only 262 libraries report having a copy. As for the few libraries lucky enough to have the book, most prohibit it from ever being checked out.

 Estimates suggest that less than 300 copies of the book remain in existence. Given that the book contains a secret to turning $10 into $9,259, copies are likely to keep disappearing.

Some believe that Wall Street has been destroying copies of the book for years to help guard the secret.

Others say the author himself is destroying the books.

Today, if you can even find a copy, the appraised value is an astonishing $2,500.

When directly asked if the book played a role in Sarah Palin’s personal wealth explosion, Basenese said the following…

Although there’s no proof that Palin used the book’s secret, you have to wonder how someone could build such immense wealth during the worst crisis in history.

“Mrs. Palin is known for her zeal, which is why I wouldn’t be surprised if you found a copy proudly sitting on the former Governor’s mantel.”

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Sarah you have sum 'splain ta do

From the Federal Elections Commission

Dear Treasurer: 

Response Due Date 12/12/2013 This letter is prompted by the Commission's preliminary review of the report referenced above. This notice requests information essential to full public disclosure of your federal election campaign finances. Failure to adequately respond by the response date noted above could result in an audit or enforcement action. Additional information is needed for the following 1 item(s):

 - Schedule A supporting Line 15 of your report discloses an offset to an operating expenditure(s) totaling $11,169.86 from "National Rifle Association"; however, your report(s) does not appear to disclose a disbursement to this entity. Please provide clarifying information regarding this activity and amend your report(s) if necessary. (11 CFR § 104.3(a) & (b)) 

Please note, you will not receive an additional notice from the Commission on this matter. Adequate responses must be received by the Commission on or before the due date noted above to be taken into consideration in determining whether audit action will be initiated. Failure to comply with the provisions of the Act may also result in an enforcement action against the committee. Any response submitted by your committee will be placed on the public record and will be considered by the Commission prior to taking enforcement action. Requests for extensions of time in which to respond will not be considered.

The FEC is referring to a refund of travel expenses regarding the NRA.  You can read about it here.

This is great news!  Now that her PAC is really being scrutinized, maybe the following scandals will come to light:


Off topic but one thing I noticed in the pic of Sarah I posted is her teeth some too perfectly straight.  like they are dentures or something.

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Sarah's book tour begins today

I'm assuming that she will be at the Mall of America on November 22 in which case it would be in Bloomington not Minneapolis.  Get your shit right Skanky.

I'm considering driving to the Twin Cities that day and going to the book signing.  Not sure if I can make it as I'm pretty busy right now.  I'm willing to wait in line and ask Sarah the following questions:

Why have you not released Trig's birth certificate

Is Todd still pimping?

Do you feel any remorse at all over Christina Taylor Green getting murdered in Tucson and helping end Gabby Gifford's political career?

Sarah's pre-tour book tour started off with a bang yesterday, as she flubbed up an interview on the Today Show.   This is why I do not watch The Today Show.  No real journalism.

Then she gets all gangsta with Willow:

Looks like Bristol's plastic surgeon took her old chin and stuck it on Willow's face.

And Sarah insults Levi.  Didn't a judge scold her 5 years ago for doing that to Mike Wooten?

Monday, November 11, 2013

A tribute to our veterans

Thank you to all the veterans:

American Revolution
War of 1812
Mexican American War
Civil War
Spanish-American War
World War I
World War II
Korean War
Iraq War I
War on terror (Iraq and Afghanistan)

Sunday, November 10, 2013

Sarah Palin lies at Billy Graham's birthday party

Around 2:50 in the video Sarah talks about how Billy Graham inspired her mother.


Going Rogue, page 21-2
"It was during these early years that Mom became interested in an expanded faith. She sought further spiritual fulfillment in addition to the liturgical traditions of the Catholic Church. In Wasilla, she volunteered as a secretary at the Presbyterian church on weekends and traveled to northern Alaska Eskimo villages on mission trips.

"At about that time, her best friend, Mary Ellan Moe, a newly transplanted Texan, invited her to attend an evangelical church in Anchorage. There Mom found a depth of spirituality she had been seeking, the filling of what the French writer Blaise Pascal called ‘the god-shaped vacuum’ in every human heart."

I never understood all the hoopla about Billy Graham.  He is nothing more than a moneychanging televangelist.  Jesus never took a dime.

Saturday, November 9, 2013

Poor Iowa, Sarah is going to be there today

From Des Moines Register blog

While the rest of the political world is focused on what Republican Chris Christie’s triumphant 21-point win in the governor’s race in Democratic-tilted New Jersey means for the best GOP model for the 2016 race – is Christie’s establishment-style model the best recipe for Republicans, rather than Cruz-style uncompromising tea party conservatism? – everyone but Christie is trekking to Iowa. Alaska’s Sarah Palin, Utah’s Mike Lee, Wisconsin’s Paul Ryan and Wisconsin’s Scott Brown are up next. Cruz and Kentucky’s Rand Paul already have a headstart with early visits.

Sarah don't wear the hooker outfits.  Iowans are socially conservative and will be turned off by that.

Your not even going to run, Hillary will probably be the next president so don't waste your time.

Friday, November 8, 2013

Where's Krusty

I've noticed Krusty hasn't been posting here as much, even my posts about Levi got little attention from the trolls.  Maybe it's because I put up the Visitors Map to better detect them.

But she has been hanging out at Wonkette lately.:

We don’t know what it is about Bristol Palin, but that girl has got herself some fans. Or one fan who won’t stop writing to us. Our short piece yesterday about the child custody lawsuit filed by Manly Alaskan Sperm-Thrower Levi Johnston only drew about 70 comments, which is about right for a one-paragraph story. But it also filled our comments queue with 20 attempted comments from would-be Levi-n-Bristol defender “Lovefirst21,” whom we’ll assume is a new incarnation of “Livefree601,” who previously defended Bristol as “literally the most amazing and strongest woman out there.” Once more, she (? — perhaps we should not assume?) wants us to know that some things are simply beyond the Palin, and should never be said:

Yes. Tripp Palin, a child who is known to Lovefirst21 primarily through the teevee, is a wunderkind, and the only reason he’s not already in 3rd grade is that the government schools simply don’t recognize his brilliance. Why is he not yet on a ballot or a payroll somewhere?
A couple of things are different from that previous pile of comments; this time around, there’s no mention of Britol’s allegedly “planning” her pregnancy along with all her high school pals, and there seems to be a new, more accepting view of Levi (all typos copied verbatim):
  • Took him long enough to mature and act like an adult.
  • Bristol did a great job while LEvi got his act together. SUch a good mother of a darling, mature boy.
  • We give him a break. Men often become adults slower. He DID finally get there though.
Still, we know who the real heroine of the tale is. For Lovefirst21, Bristol Palin is some sort of Bella-from-Twilight figure: a perfect radiant blank onto which she can project an attractive illusion of ideal mommyhood. Levi is no Edward, though; he’ll forever be the man who can never be good enough for her. Because NO ONE loves Bristol Palin like Lovefirst 21:
  • Yet he’s the one who started the nasty battle :/
  • Levi did exploit BOTH kids while Bristol was actually working. Thankful for good mothers.
  • Actually, he was desperate to marry Bristol as he was obsessed with her. He did once say that.
  • He was obsessed with her too. [And you would know, wouldn't you? -- Dok Zoom]
  • I feel sorry that his father ever made this part of his life public. There’s a reason custody cases aren’t public domain. The inherent bitterness in all of them don’t deserve outsider opinion. But God bless Bristol Palin and her well-raised boy
Or maybe it’s Tripp she’s obsessed with?
  • He’s the happiest of kids, living a normal life. School, activities. The only difficulty might come from a alienating stepmom who can’t see her husband as the loser he was not too long ago.
  • LOL All jokes aside, the reality is, Bristol’s son is a blessed, happy boy with a devoted mother and a father who’s finally matured.
  • Libel. Get a life. Bristol is a remarkable mother raising a lovely boy who beams with love
  • Tripp is literally the most blessed child. Never without smiles and nurturing. These comments are just wrong.
Well, Thank You Very Much, Lovefirst21. You have made us feel bad for Bristol Palin, who we hope never has any reason to know that she has a fan/stalker of your ilk. Creeeeeeepy. We will try an IP ban and see if this person shows up again.

Oh and uh Krusty, it's Tripp Johnston, not Tripp Palin.

We don’t know what it is about Bristol Palin, but that girl has got herself some fans. Or one fan who won’t stop writing to us. Our short piece yesterday about the child custody lawsuit filed by Manly Alaskan Sperm-Thrower Levi Johnston only drew about 70 comments, which is about right for a one-paragraph story. But it also filled our comments queue with 20 attempted comments from would-be Levi-n-Bristol defender “Lovefirst21,” whom we’ll assume is a new incarnation of “Livefree601,” who previously defended Bristol as “literally the most amazing and strongest woman out there.” Once more, she (? — perhaps we should not assume?) wants us to know that some things are simply beyond the Palin, and should never be said:

Thursday, November 7, 2013

Go Levi!

From Wonkette

Snowbilly sperm donor Levi Johnston, that paragon of Alaskan manhood, filed a civil custody suit in Alaska against Bristol Palin on October 19. The Alaska judicial website doesn’t provide any details (dumb privacy laws), but presumably the suit will attempt to resolve the custody issues left hanging when the former couple’s previous case was dismissed for “lack of activity” in 2012. We hope that the two estranged/very strange parents can come to a workable agreement that includes a trust fund to cover all the counseling poor Tripp is going to need. As the social workers in Family Court sometimes say, this is one of those cases where you wish there was an option for a court order to have the child raised by wolves.

Levi isn't perfect, but he is more of a man than the Pimp Toad.

Snowbilly sperm donor Levi Johnston, that paragon of Alaskan manhood, filed a civil custody suit in Alaska against Bristol Palin on October 19. The Alaska judicial website doesn’t provide any details (dumb privacy laws), but presumably the suit will attempt to resolve the custody issues left hanging when the former couple’s previous case was dismissed for “lack of activity” in 2012. We hope that the two estranged/very strange parents can come to a workable agreement that includes a trust fund to cover all the counseling poor Tripp is going to need. As the social workers in Family Court sometimes say, this is one of those cases where you wish there was an option for a court order to have the child raised by wolves.

Snowbilly sperm donor Levi Johnston, that paragon of Alaskan manhood, filed a civil custody suit in Alaska against Bristol Palin on October 19. The Alaska judicial website doesn’t provide any details (dumb privacy laws), but presumably the suit will attempt to resolve the custody issues left hanging when the former couple’s previous case was dismissed for “lack of activity” in 2012. We hope that the two estranged/very strange parents can come to a workable agreement that includes a trust fund to cover all the counseling poor Tripp is going to need. As the social workers in Family Court sometimes say, this is one of those cases where you wish there was an option for a court order to have the child raised by wolves.
Snowbilly sperm donor Levi Johnston, that paragon of Alaskan manhood, filed a civil custody suit in Alaska against Bristol Palin on October 19. The Alaska judicial website doesn’t provide any details (dumb privacy laws), but presumably the suit will attempt to resolve the custody issues left hanging when the former couple’s previous case was dismissed for “lack of activity” in 2012. We hope that the two estranged/very strange parents can come to a workable agreement that includes a trust fund to cover all the counseling poor Tripp is going to need. As the social workers in Family Court sometimes say, this is one of those cases where you wish there was an option for a court order to have the child raised by wolves.