Sunday, July 05, 2009

What A Real Man Looks Like

In a land where empty suit presidents, unicorn riders, and moonwalking molesters are canonized, we forget that there are real men still walking the earth. Here's one. Do you think she was glad to see him?

"A construction worker, suspended from a crane, rescued a woman who fell into the Des Moines River in downtown Des Moines Tuesday. A man who also fell into the water died."

For that man......., Jason Oglesbee, and the others involved in the rescue, it was back to work on Wednesday, "We have a bridge to build here," the supervisor said as his men went about their business. -- Des Moines Register

The Evian Roller Babies

The Evian babies are back and rollerskating to hip hop.
About 10 years ago, they did one with an underwater ballet....also pretty cool.

Bubba.....hold my beer and watch this!

Would it really be the 4th of July without a collection of horrible fireworks-related accidents......naaaaaa

The Liberals continue to show their class


This disgusting piece of crap was pulled by Huffington Post, but not before Michelle Malkin got a screenshot. What class those libtards. Miserable little excuse for a man, isn't he?

The best "Flag" play in baseball

Anybody remember Rick Monday? I'm sure their are a few vets who do.

Friday, July 03, 2009

See this movie

Went to see "The Stoning of Soraya M" last night. I usually have no problem with all the gore and violence, but my stomach was upset for awhile after this one, as it's about the stoning death of a woman falsely accused of adultery.

On the one hand, the film’s timing is great, given the backdrop of the bloody crackdown by Iran’s mullahs against its “election” dissenters. On the other, this is the sort of film that in a just world, Hollywood should have been made immediately after 9/11, if not about Iran’s brutal theocratic regime, then in 2002 about the victims of the Taliban in Afghanistan, or in 2003 about the victims of Saddam Hussein in Iraq.

Naturally, since the silence from establishment Hollywood on topics like this has been deafening, “How dare a filmmaker shed any light on an atrocity committed in an Islamic country?” You can make the U.S. military the bad guy, or a redneck, or a Bible thumper, but you simply do not cast blame on people of Muslim faith. Even if it’s all based on a true story.

If you want to understand the type of people who run Iran, see this film. If you want to understand why men and women risk their lives to demonstrate against the fascist theocracy that rules Iran, see this film. The film is about the type of people who become “supreme leader” (Ali Khamanei) or president of Iran (Mahmoud Ahmadinejad). It is about their thuggery, their use of religion to commit barbarity, and, of course, their despicable treatment of women.

Enough of that.....the uplifting part is I saw a trailer for the "The Hurt Locker" which looked really good.....Set in Baghdad in 2004, The Hurt Locker focuses on Bravo company, an army unit whose job is primarily to disarm or detonate explosive devices left by insurgents.

Sorry I'm late guys...but I needed a snack

They really like their Rav 4

Watch out for those Russian women

Hot Chick Pulls Off Insane Golf Trick Shot

Obama is "still" looking for those 57 states

Michelle Bachman and gangster government

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) speaking on the House floor: Now weve moved into the realm of gangster government. We have gangster government when the Federal Government has set up a new cartel and private businesses now have to go begging with their hand out to their local hopefully well politically connected Congressman or their Senator so they can buy a peace offering for that local business.

The new Panty Remover

Midget wrestlers dead after hooker romp

Be honest....have you ever seen a better headline than that?