Archive | March, 2010

Damned Conspiracy Nut Jobs at it Again

Posted on 31 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Of course this is from back in 1958. Not like this idiot knew anything.

Take special note of his points on how to destroy the USA.

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Awesome Card Trick

Posted on 31 March 2010 by Five0ClockCharlie

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Stand and Deliver – R.I.P.

Posted on 31 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Jaime Escalante, made famous and immortalized by Edward James Olmos in the film Stand and Deliver, has died. If the movie accurately portrayed this man then he should be studied in depth – his teaching methods and attitude branded as law in the USA.

You sir, will be missed by thousands.

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Put It in Your Mouth – Lyrics to Live By

Posted on 30 March 2010 by Thraxxus

There is nothing wrong with our society! The lyrics of this very popular song prove that.


my baby left me, left me sad and blue
I didn’t know what to do
and then I met his best friend
and he took me to his house
and I said…I said…
(what you said baby) let me tell you what I said
Put it in my mouth
She said put it in her mouth
I said my muthafuckin mouth
I mean her muthafuckin mouth
Put it in my mouth
She said put it in her mouth
my muthafuckin mouth

You wanna go down why not
I be like Herbie and han you a cock
and tell you that my name is AK
get on your kness, make like the breeze begin to blow
but dont give me no Ralph Loren grin
if your not down to go low >deep in my mouth
I’m all about mouth fuckin
only if you down for dick suckin
if not, be chair and a beer…keep truckin
and fuck chap sticks
I’m comin ashy as hell, wit chapped dicks
for your chapped ass lips >down in my mouth
creamin your teeth like dentists as Im rubbin them
with an erection like injections
fuck it I be druggin them
numbing up your tonsils
like ambesol anesthetic
cummin down your throat like chloraseptic no time for
apologin..girlfriend if you…..
I’m givin bitches permanent beers
put your lips here
and catch these damn facial hairs in your mouth

Put it in my mouth
Put it in your mouth
I said my muthafuckin mouth
I said your muthafuckin mouth
or you can just eat me out
or I can just eat you out
you can eat me out
yeah, whats that all about
Now you can lick it, you can sip it, you can taste it
I’m talkin every drip-drop, don’t you waste it
baby, slurp it up, its enough to fill your cup
its finger lickin good
and Im wishin it would
go down kinda slow or even fast
I’m always sprung once I feel your tongue
In the crack of my ass, just eatin me-nigga
goin out like that boy you pack such a tasty treat
and you can e a t m e o u t
but put it your my mouth
put it in your mouth
I said your muthafuckin mouth
I said your muthafuckin mouth
and you could just eat me out
what do ya choose to lick
you could eat me out
pussy or dick?
put it in your mouth
people through out the world
I said your muthafuckin mouth
man it’s your pick
put it in my mouth
what do ya choose to lick
put it in my mouth
pussy or dick?
I said my muthafuckin mouth
people through out the world
just put it in my mouth
yeah it’s your pick
muthafuckin mouth
what do you wanna lick
and you could just eat me out
pussy or dick?
in my mouth
people through out the world
put it in my mouth
baby-baby in my mouth
its your pick..pick
let me go down
uhh, uhh
people through out the world

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Argument isn’t a four-letter word

Posted on 27 March 2010 by Caravaggio

“I love argument, I love debate. I don’t expect anyone just to sit there and agree with me, that’s not their job.”
— Margaret Thatcher

It is at this point on a rainy Saturday morning that I sit pondering the value of beginning a series of posts that will be written to purposefully entice or welcome intellectual, yet highly spirited debate. The posts within Blinkinblogs are vast and reflect a very smart demographic array of authors and commentary participants from a range of backgrounds. Additionally, there exists evidence of retracing as it applies to some very key hot topics. These topics are Global Climate Change, 9/11, H1N1, New World Order, Congress, and an assortment of other items that stand as recurring primary threads that has led to some observed friction and stress (inclusive of yours truly).

The goal here is to educate everyone as to opposing viewpoints in a civilized manner. And by this effort, we can widen the viewership of our beloved weblog. The only ground rules being proposed are 1) become truly involved in the discussion (debate, argument, etc.) while 2) remaining respectful and courteous. Your viewpoint will help broaden the understanding of those who don’t necessarily share your beliefs. It is my aim to learn something from all views shared in Blinkinblogs as I hope it becomes your aim as well.

My planned first post will be focused at outlining the reason for the financial meltdown of 2008. This shall delve into aspects of systemic failure in a deregulated free market system while presenting facts as to why this was caused by collusion – but collusion through ignorance and not a defined conspiracy (as it is being currently depicted by the Tea Party and others).

Oh, would someone kindly suggest a category, title, or name for the thought-tribe who find the title of “Conspiracy Theorists” demeaning (I want to remain respectful here)? Would “Neo-patriots” suffice (I seriously like this one)? Please help me out here?!?.

I hope that Blinkinblog readers will “take me to task” on my offered viewpoints.

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F’n Friday Spectacular is BACK!

Posted on 26 March 2010 by Thraxxus

This kid is amazing. I love break dancing, always have – and he does it well, for a 2 year old.

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Social Security Belly Up.

Posted on 25 March 2010 by Thraxxus

As reported by a MSM, This article states:

“This year, the system will pay out more in benefits than it receives in payroll taxes, an important threshold it was not expected to cross until at least 2016, according to the Congressional Budget Office.”

What does that mean? It means that Social Security is now spending more than it gets – meaning it is in the Red – meaning that it is going BYE BYE.

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A Good-Bye from Paul Craig Roberts

Posted on 25 March 2010 by scanjack

Worth a few minutes to read. Roberts has, from what I have heard and read, always weighed in on topics with a mindful eye on the facts of the situation. He has consistently left the “jumping to conclusions” out of his writing and reporting on the events that have, and continue to shape our world.

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Posted on 25 March 2010 by Caravaggio

As a male, I’m always intrigued by the onslaught of very directly touted marketing targeted to women and their (very) unique needs. As a matter of comparison, one will never experience an advertisement addressing testicle itch in its true nature. No, marketers prefer to ignore how men address this issue… head-on with an utterance of “my sack itches”. If I were to witness an ad spot that addressed “sack itchiness”, I’d purchase the product based solely on them having the balls enough to air it… ahem.

It wasn’t until the tsunami of ad spots touting erection aids did men get a fair shot at marketing time addressing a true representation of gender-based functional remedies… and I hated everyone of them – especially when they had a band playing a song about “limp-ness”. Look, I’m sorry if you’re having trouble in that department, Ol’ Buckaroo. But if you need an advertisement jingle to remember to ask your Doc about your “non-responsive member”, then you’ve got more of a problem than just E.D. And some of these spots are simply insulting… e.g.; “Extenze” natural male enhancement ads (with the smiling guy) show a large group of Caucasians and one Asian being represented. What?! Yuck-Fou Extenze.

The latest in a long line of products for women that cause men to flinch (note: we try not to think about Feminine Deodorant Spray) is:

Ever heard of a “Mooncup”? No, me either. And I’ll never be the same again. I think they need a jingle in their ad.

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USA and Israel

Posted on 24 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Realize that a good portion of the world considers the USA as a power that favors practically everything that Israel does. Even General Patraeus has stated such. In fact, in that article he went on to say: “The conflict foments anti-American sentiment due to a perception of U.S. favoritism toward Israel.” Meaning what? That the continued perception of the USA’s favoritism of Israel is putting the USA in harms way. Odd. The staggering admission of this in American Main Stream Media is almost beyond comprehension – why? The rest of the world has been saying this for years. The very “terrorists” the USA has been fighting against has been stating that the relationship, and favoritism, with Israel has been the chief reason for the “Jihad” against the USA – and now the USA’s chief General running most of the show in the Middle East is admitting that yes, this is a problem?

So now consider the fact that not only has the USA totally favored and backed basically all actions the Israel government has taken. Recently when an action was taken by Israel that the USA did not approve of, that being the further “settlement” of the West Bank with 1600 new homes (not sure how you settle something where people already live. Oh wait – Europeans did that to Native Americans!), the Israel government basically laughed on the disapproval. “Visiting Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu received warm applause at theAmerican Israel Public Affairs Committee(AIPAC) conference on Monday night when he bluntly dismissed U.S. demands to end housing construction in the disputed part of Jerusalem. He was greeted as a hero when he visited Capitol Hill on Tuesday.”

Now what USA? Are you going to continue to say “oh.. bad dog.. bad dog!”? Chances are yes – catch here is the USA is much like a well trained master, the dog is the one telling you what to do, as it has always been.

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Monday Cheer Up

Posted on 22 March 2010 by Five0ClockCharlie

So right about now its a little after noon central time and most likely you need a pick me up. Why you might ask. Well because Mondays SUCK… You get yelled at for not finishing something last week. Your mountain of work keeps getting bigger and you are provided less and less equipment to clime it. Thus the video below is dedicated to all you working men who are forced into the only legal form of slavery….. marriage….. and in turn are forced to bring home the bacon.   FOR THIS I SALUTE YOU. Turn up your speakers and close your office door. AND ENJOY

PS Not all cats are evil 😉

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Heineken Takes It to a new level

Posted on 22 March 2010 by Five0ClockCharlie

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Health Care Bill Passes Silently Through the Night

Posted on 22 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Congress passed the new Health Care Bill.

According to the article linked to :

“Barack Obama last night forced his bitterly fought healthcare reform billthrough Congress, bringing near-universal coverage to Americans and delivering the first major triumph of his presidency.”

Note the use of the word “Forced” there. If that is really the case then the USA government has much bigger issues than most people realize. Apparently a President (don’t get me started on Bush here) can push a Bill past several hundred people. If that really is possible then why have a House or Senate at all?

BTW – It is supposed to save 1.2 Trillion of taxpayers dollars. How? Through other taxes of course.  Huh what?

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My Issue with Hollywood

Posted on 21 March 2010 by Thraxxus

This is Megan Fox. It is obvious that she is beautiful, some would say breathtaking. You don’t have to be a genius, or even a guy, to notice this – although men typically notice immediately as men are 90% visually stimulated and frankly, women just look better than we do. So we have established that Megan here is beautiful, so can she act? Meh. She gets the job done but is also clearly working on her talents and is thus getting newer, bigger projects. Her career, like most in Hollywood, started fairly small and now she is the drool machine staring opposite Shia LaBeouf in the very successful Transformers movie series based on the Hasbro toys and cartoon series of the 80s.

Onto my issue – must Hollywood constantly beat us over the head with the fact that someone like Megan Fox is hot? We get it – it is why she is in movies to begin with. Face it, there are not loads of ugly people her age in movies – especially in big budget flicks – unless of course they are ridiculously talented. If you watch any of the Transformers films (I saw Transformers 2 just last night and thus was compelled to write this piece – btw I did not hate the film) then you are beat about the head and neck with Megan Fox’s image – in 500 different outfits. Again, we get it.

I understood, although also found it silly, when princess Amidala (played by the also beautiful, and arguably quite talented Natalie Portman), in the newest Star Wars trilogy,  changed outfits more times than the film changed scenes – George Lucas was trying to sell toys. That said I don’t see a whole line of Megan Fox toys coming out any time soon so we can only conclude that flaunting her in the film is to make the male crowd get aroused every time she comes on the screen – which is apparently supposed to make us more interested in the film. Here is the thing, at least for me, it doesn’t. If I wanted to drool over Megan Fox, or anyone else for that matter, all I need to do is open a web browser, go to, type in said target’s name, clicks images, and search. Voila! Loads of pics – millions!

Here is an example – knock yourself out.

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Great Beliefs from Great Men

Posted on 20 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal.

Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any nation so conceived and so dedicated, can long endure. We are met on a great battle-field of that war. We have come to dedicate a portion of that field, as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that that nation might live. It is altogether fitting and proper that we should do this.

But, in a larger sense, we can not dedicate — we can not consecrate — we can not hallow — this ground. The brave men, living and dead, who struggled here, have consecrated it, far above our poor power to add or detract. The world will little note, nor long remember what we say here, but it can never forget what they did here. It is for us the living, rather, to be dedicated here to the unfinished work which they who fought here have thus far so nobly advanced. It is rather for us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us — that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion — that we here highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain — that this nation, under God, shall have a new birth of freedom — and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth. – Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg’s Address. November 19th, 1863.

Perhaps no greater words have ever been said. Let us not forget what those that came before us did so that we may today desecrate what they fought and died for. What a tragedy we have become.

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Top Gear – Simply The Best

Posted on 18 March 2010 by Thraxxus

If you do not watch Top Gear then you are missing out on quite possibly the best show on Television. Bold Statement? Yes, yes it is. Let your eyes judge for you.

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If You’re Green, You’re a Thief

Posted on 18 March 2010 by Caravaggio

“People who commit their lives to going green are just better people. They’re more moral, more honest. At least, they keep telling us that, and apparently many students believe it, say University of Toronto psychologists” as reported today by John Stossel and printed by Fox News.

The Psychologist’s initially quizzed the students on their impressions of people who buy eco-friendly products and services, and for the most part, they considered such consumers to be more “more cooperative, altruistic and ethical” than ordinary citizens. Then they added a dimension to the test: They ran an extra step to see who would be more likely to cheat and steal: Greenies? Or conventional shoppers?

They divided the greens and conventional shoppers, and then gave the students a test that tempted them to steal money. The researchers found that the green consumers were more likely to cheat than the conventional consumers. And, in fact, they stole more money when asked to withdraw their winnings from “reward” envelopes presented to them. This concept of moral license has been demonstrated before, writes Wray Herbert in his blog for the Association for Psychological Science. “(W)hen they have reason to feel a little superior, that positive self image triggers a sense of moral license. That is, the righteous feel they have some latitude to stray a bit in order to compensate. It’s like working in a soup kitchen gives you the right to cheat on your taxes later in the week.” states Herbert.


Cum Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc (which is latin for “with this, therefore because of this”). Which can be further summarized as a “fallacy of conclusion”. Their cited correlation between greens and theft doesn’t implicate moral license. How can an educated group of Psychologists fall for the most obvious pitfall in research? First, they only studied students. This demographic carries with it very, very different ethnographic outcomes than the rest of society. Then they leveraged this singular demographic to extrapolate a hypothesis of general shared behavioral cues for the rest of us.

Again, the ignorance here (on both sides) is nauseating. There is plenty of data to PROVE carbon dioxide’s role in warming. There is plenty of data to show any decade of cooling is not a trend but rather an adolescent attempt to disprove climate change at the expense of statistical know-how. Why the “Scientists” cannot clearly articulate this and why the “Naysayers” refuse to think anything but “socialistic one world order” is completely mind-boggling.

Simply put, why are we attempting to debunk every facet of a bio-ecologically centric mindset?

I’ve stated this before and I’ll state it again – where do I turn in my human race membership card? I want a refund.

Read the report

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The Health Care Elephant

Posted on 18 March 2010 by Thraxxus

First we note that apparently the new Health Care Bill, if passed, will cost quite a bit of money. Odd, I thought it was supposed to save money over time. Meh, who can you really believe anymore?

Now we have States finally starting to exact their rights. Did you not know that the States of The Unites States of America (note that the word States is in the title of the country) have certain rights they get to keep even though they joined the union? One being their right to deny lots of Federal mandates. According to that article, 37 other states are talking about doing the same thing. Where does that take us? Congress, Senate and President all voting into law a bill that says you must have health care and states saying “um, no.”

Should get interesting kids – catch being of course that it is the IRS that will bill you for not having health insurance, not the State. What does that mean? It means no matter what your state says, the IRS will take your money, well, more of it anyway.

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Don’t Pinch Me Bro!

Posted on 17 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Today is St. Patty’s day. St. Patty is the patron saint of getting drunk off your ass. Apparently you MUST WEAR GREEN TODAY.

Quick story that just happened: I am at work. Decided to do my morning business, when finished left the restroom where I ran smack dab into two ladies that work in the building. We have seen each other before, do not know names whatsoever, and have never spoken. I am not wearing green. The short stout one walked over and pinched me. No “Good Morning! You aren’t wearing green you anti Irish Bastard!” Nothing. No warning of any kind – just pinched me. The funny part was I had no idea why she had pinched me – I thought it was because I almost trampled her bowling ball like form. Turns out it is because I had broken the green law.

A bit of advice: if you don’t know the person, don’t pinch them. As a friend who I told my story to said “I’d have hit her. I don’t know her and that is assault.” I lolled a bit.

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A Bit on Flouride

Posted on 15 March 2010 by Thraxxus

I have often wondered about why Fluoride is pumping through our water supply. If you did not know, basically the entire United States adds Fluoride to the tap water that you drink and bathe in. The question is: Why? Supposedly it is good for your teeth. Catch is there are loads of dentists who don’t agree with that. Furthermore, why does the government care that much about your teeth?

Not to go all conspiracy theory on people, but apparently I am not the only person who has thought this. Apparently there is a growing movement with certain areas of the country where they are now second guessing this Fluoride business, and in some cases taking it a step further by removing it from the water supply completely. If you think that a water filter in your house will take care of the issue, it won’t.

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Mercury is Good for You!

Posted on 15 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Apparently I, along with practically everyone else on the planet, was wrong about Mercury.

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Think outside the Box

Posted on 13 March 2010 by Caravaggio

Indeed all of reality can be deduced through mathematics. More fascinating is the ability to transcribe an action through the clarifying lens of an algorithm used for replication. In the case of the movie, The Box (written and directed by Richard Kelly of Donnie Darko fame), the math becomes clearer if pondered from the intersection of philosophy and sociology. To establish the underpinnings for Kelly’s premise, we are how we are based on our nature, yes – but moreso due to being infected with the thought contagions of our culture. The imprint we endure from the Hivemind. Think about your desire for money, brand name goods, entertainment, etc. Consider how you define “the good life”. One shouldn’t feel guilt for this is the cost of admission into the herd – the desire of being admitted is hardwired into all of us. Those who have shed the impetus to belong are shunned. However, at the very least, stop to think about the admission price every once in a while.

If you enjoy well-written movies offering a wellspring of concurrent layers interwoven within an atypical plot, you should consider this movie.

A excerpt from the story line:
(answering a question about a previously mentioned altuism coefficient)
“If human beings are unwilling or unable to sacrifice individual desires for the greater good of your species and it has no chance of survival then my employers will be compelled to expedite your extinction. Clear?” – Arlington Steward, The Box

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PERFECT Product.

Posted on 12 March 2010 by Thraxxus

I have no words beyond, bravo.

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I’ll be holding off on that next Girl Scout Cookie order …

Posted on 12 March 2010 by scanjack

I really just don’t know what to say about this one. Read, weep, whatever works for you, but something got lost somewhere.

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Football or Baseball – George Carlin

Posted on 12 March 2010 by Thraxxus

Love this piece.

In football the object is for the quarterback, also known as the field general, to be on target with his aerial assault, riddling the defense by hitting his receivers with deadly accuracy in spite of the blitz, even if he has to use shotgun. With short bullet passes and long bombs, he marches his troops into enemy territory, balancing this aerial assault with a sustained ground attack that punches holes in the forward wall of the enemy’s defensive line.

In baseball the object is to go home! And to be safe! – I hope I’ll be safe at home!

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