Friday, January 14, 2011


I need to ask all of you whether you go the gym or not but need to know : how many of you are ok with someone taking an image of you, redistributing on other websites or newsgroups without your permission OR WORSE - posing as you and trying to friend people that you know personally?

I never thought of myself as that great looking (and honestly I still don't). Just an average guy here. But more than a few times I've found images of me (and of several guys I know) re-distributed elsewhere on sites I've never subscribed to and in a few cases, someone posing as me (and as my friends trying to connect with their friends). It's kind of flattering that you want the images to beat off with because you like what you see, but very creepy if you want to assume the person's life.

So my question is this: Are you that lonely and pathetic that you have to do this?

And I ever find you I'm gonna toss your dead ass over the roof. You will find that most will agree with me as they don't take kindly to this form of theft.

Just a warning.

High Riding Bitch

Just replace the words "High Riding Bitch" with "Major Fucking Asshole" and that describes me to a T. And for those of you that are dickless pussies : You WILL remember me. I'm the one that called you out on your shit. It's an awful feeling to know that you were beaten at your own game.

Sunday, January 9, 2011

The leader of the American taliban

A facebook bud posted this brilliant response which I am resposting :

"the religious in our country often take on the mantle of oppression, claiming to be the victim of a vast and powerful conspiracy of atheists and agnostics who in the view of the religious believe nothing.

The religious in our country view themselves as oppressed, akin to African Americans in the former confederacy in the 1940s, 50s, 60s and 70s. Yet unlike African Americans in the former confederacy during that time people who claim strong and abiding faith hold high elected office and are influential across our nation.

The claim by members of the US religious movement that they are oppressed is false.

What this claim amounts to is that members of the religious movement in the US are oppressed because so far they have not yet been able to use their power and influence to dictate how *OTHERS* live to the extent the religious like. They have not been able to end legal abortions in the US. They have not been able to dictate what medications we can take and for what reasons. They have been successful at advancing discrimination against homosexuals, assuring we have fewer rights than they do and fewer choices for our own lives than they have. In majority of the US you can still be legally and lawfully discriminated against for being homosexual. Yet even in that area many of the religious are dissatisfied. According to Senator Jim DeMint homosexuals and non-celibate unmarried women should not be able to teach school -- a belief more extreme than Ronald Reagan held in the 1970s.

So the religious movement in the US sees themselves and promotes the idea that they are the victims of a secular cabal, I guess led by homosexuals, abortionists, atheists and agnostics, but what they label as victimization of the religious by secularists is the denial of the successful use of their power and influence to dictate how other people live.

Until they can legally block abortion, deny or control the dispensing of birth control pills, demand that every Congressional representative and Senator takes the oath of office on a King James Version Holy Bible, demand each school child take the pledge of allegiance with the words under God in it, demand religious study in taxpayer funded schools, criminalize homosexuality, they will claim that they are oppressed and victimized by the secular cabal that prevents them from using their power and influence to dictate how the rest of us live.

The extremist faith movement in the US is a Christian Taliban movement."

And Sarah Palin is one of the leaders of this extremist faith movement.