Sarah Palin's image already appears on the newer nickels.

calendar   Sunday - December 10, 2006

Caption Contest

Caption this seriously soaked simian.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/10/2006 at 02:12 PM   
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Through The Looking Glass


No, technically speaking they’re not females. These are eunuchs dancing in the streets to mark the beginning of a eunuch’s conference in Bhopal, India last Friday. Hairy Krishna!


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/10/2006 at 01:54 PM   
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Sunday Odds And Ends




Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/10/2006 at 01:02 PM   
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Clinton: Part II

Dick Morris thinks Hillary Clinton is off and running for President in 2008 and will likely get nominated and maybe even elected. He also thinks that’s a real bad thing for all of us. I couldn’t agree more. Hillary is a cunning, arrogant individual with an overwhelming hunger for power. That’s just my opinion for what it’s worth. Morris, who worked inside the Clinton administration, gives us a bit more insight into why a Hillary presidency would be disastrous.

Hillary Can Win But Mustn’t
-- By Dick Morris

imageimageNow that Hillary has dropped the coy pretense of indecision that she used to justify her reelection to a Senate seat she no longer wants and has told friends that she plans to run for president, two questions present themselves: Can she win? And what kind of a president would she be?

She definitely can win … and probably will. She is uniquely able to expand the electorate to bring in millions of women, mostly single, who will vote overwhelmingly for a female Democrat. The feminization of poverty, long decried by the left, will finally lead unmarried women to show up at the polling place and vote their short-term economic interest and vindicate their gender bias.

In 2000, only 19 million single women voted. By 2004, their turnout rose to 27 million. With Hillary in the race, the single-female vote will probably go up to its proper ratio of the adult population — 33 million votes.

Can white men outvote single women? Despite the intensity with which white men tend to oppose Hillary, they can’t vote twice.

The enthusiasm that will grip many Americans — women in particular — at the cultural implications of a woman president will probably sweep through the primaries and cause many to overlook Hillary’s flaws and dismiss her defects. The generic of a woman candidate will prove so attractive that millions of voters will overcome their objections to the specific person who is running.

Her mastery of the establishment of the Democratic Party, her vast lead among ex-officio delegates — many of whom have received campaign contributions from her coffers — and the celebrity draw of her ex-president husband will prove hard for a mere mortal to overcome.

But should she win? No way! Those who know both Hillary and Bill well and are willing to speak frankly in public realize the fundamental differences between the two and grasp how his abilities are the counterpoints to her defects.

He is intensely creative, constantly turning issues over in his mind seeking new solutions. She rarely has a new idea but specializes in advocacy — the rote recitation of talking points.

He has an instinctual feel for people and an uncanny ability to read a room and know what everyone in it is thinking. She is obtuse in her understanding of people and ham-handed in her approach.

He cares deeply about being loved. She seeks popularity as a means to the goal of getting elected but otherwise marches to the beat of her inner, liberal drummer.

imageimageHe distrusts ideology, and his innate perfectionism finds all belief systems flawed. She swallows the ideological line of the guru du jour hook, line and sinker. During the healthcare years, it was Ira Magaziner who pushed her buttons. When she decided to back the Iraq War, it was the generals who paraded before her committee. She is vulnerable to a cultish adoration of the guys with all the answers.

He lets the give and take of politics wash off his back. A critic is a potential convert whom he hopes to charm over to his side. She has a rigidly dichotomized view of friends and enemies, demanding total loyalty and public silence from the former and maintaining a ruthless determination to destroy the latter. She is a Democratic Nixon to those whom she perceives as her enemies.

He is a moderate by instinct, seeking incremental change. She devotedly and deeply believes in a European-style socialism in which government takes much more of our national income and offers a far wider array of services and benefits. He’ll raise taxes when he has to. She’ll increase them just to redistribute income.

He’s most like Eisenhower, Kennedy and Bush Sr. — feeling his way, acting with caution, and skeptical of all advice. She is more like LBJ, Nixon or Bush Jr. — determined to charge ahead and do what she thinks needs to be done, the torpedoes be damned.

And finally, he knows who he is and, except for his private shortcomings, is not ashamed to let it show. She constantly seeks to reinvent herself and rigidly maintains an almost totally inaccurate image in public of what she is really like in private. He has little discipline. Hers is iron. His caution is innate. Hers is a learned response to what happens when people see who she really is.

He made a very good domestic-policy president. She would be a disaster at home and abroad.

Dick Morris was an adviser to Bill Clinton for 20 years. Look for Dick’s new book “Condi vs. Hillary” available now. Copyright 2006 Dick Morris, All Rights Reserved. Distributed exclusively by Cagle Cartoons, Inc. To reprint, call Cari Dawson Bartley at (800) 696 7561 or e-mail: Email for Dick Morris is


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Sunday Funnies



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Unexplained Mystery #69: If their dinguses are so small then why are there so many of them? One thing’s for sure, we won’t be outsourcing porn flick production to India any time soon. Mheh ....

Speak up, sir...You need the extra small condoms?
NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Fri Dec 8, 8:21 AM ET

imageimageCondoms designed to meet international size specifications are too big for many Indian men as their penises fall short of what manufacturers had anticipated, an Indian study has found.

The Indian Council of Medical Research, a leading state-run center, said its initial findings from a two-year study showed 60 percent of men in the financial capital Mumbai had penises about 2.4 cm (one inch) shorter than those condoms catered for.

For a further 30 percent, the difference was at least 5 cm (two inches). A poor fit meant the prophylactics often didn’t do the job they were bought for, and led to some tearing or slipping off during use.

“One of the reasons for a failure of up to 20 percent (of condoms) is the association of the size of the condom to the erect penis,” the council’s Dr. Chander Puri told Reuters, adding another reason was couples often put them on in a hurry.

Puri said many men in India, which has the world’s highest HIV positive caseload, were too shy to ask for condoms. “We need more vending machines for condoms of different sizes so people can pick a condom with confidence that is suited to their needs,” he said.

The Times of India reported the ICMR survey had studied 1,400 men between 18-50 years of age in cities like Mumbai and New Delhi as well as in rural areas in a report. It entitled its story “Indian men don’t measure up.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/09/2006 at 02:32 PM   
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Christmas Gift Idea #16

Treat the whole family to a Merry Christmas this year with the Panasonic TH-50PX60U 50” Plasma HDTV. Pay no attention to C|Net’s retail prices below. They were selling for $3,500 but are now down to around $2,000 during the Silly Season. The picture quality is mind-boggling. I know - I just bought one for myself from Sears ($2,280 delivered and setup). I finally decided to trade in the 10-year-old 55” Hitachi rear-projection box for this slim beauty.

I’ve spent the last week re-watching some of my favorite DVD’s and browsing the 15 HDTV channels that Charter offers now. The sound is better than C|Net makes out, especially if you switch on Surround Sound. Still, I’d highly recommend hooking it up to a Home Theater system. I have a complete Sony sound system with Bose speakers all over the living room.

With this screen and the digital sound around me, Sunday’s football games (most of which are now broadcast in HDTV) are AWESOME! I feel like I’m right in the huddle sweating and cussing with the offensive linemen.Over the last fifty years or so, I’ve watched television grow from small, grainy black and white screens with constant snow interference to this lifelike screen. Now that’s progress.



C|Net Review:

Panasonic’s 2006 line of consumer plasmas is the TH-PX60U series, an update to the popular TH-PX50U series. The two smaller sets--the 42-inch TH-42PX60U and the 37-inch TH-37PX60U--have a native resolution of 1,024x768, and the two larger sets, the 50-inch TH-50PX60U and the 58-inch TH-58PX60U, have a native resolution of 1,366x768. This means they all qualify as high-resolution models, as opposed to lower-resolution EDTVs. Other than the differences in screen size and native resolution, all four sets are virtually identical and should offer similar performance. The 37-inch TH-37PX60U ($2,200), the 42-inch TH-42PX60U ($2,500), the 50-inch TH-50PX60U ($3,500), and the 58-inch TH-58PX60U ($5,500) are all available now. For further information beyond what’s presented here, please refer to the full review of the TH-42PX60U.

Upside: Different sized models in the same series of televisions from a major brand usually perform similarly to one another, so the excellent picture quality exhibited by the 42-inch model is a good indication that the 37-, 50-, and 58-inch versions will also perform well. In terms of features, the TH-PX60U series is nearly identical to last year’s TH-PX50U series, the major exception being that they no longer have a CableCard slot. This means that you’ll need an external set-top box to receive digital cable. They do, however, have a built-in ATSC tuner, which means they will receive over-the-air HDTV signals without any additional hardware. Connectivity is highlighted by two HDMI inputs and three component-video inputs, as well as an SD memory card reader to show digital photos onscreen. That’s one more of each type of high-quality input than last year’s PX50U series had, which also lacked the reader.

Downside: Digital cable subscribers will lament the loss of the CableCard slot, but since first-generation CableCards can’t handle EPG or pay-per-view services, it’s really not a big deal (more info on CableCard’s shortcomings). There is also no PC input, which could be a drawback for those looking to surf the Web on their new big screen.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/09/2006 at 12:58 PM   
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Weekend Eye Candy

OK, OK. I got the hint from those of you who aren’t too excited about blondes. This weekend you get a special preview of the January issue of Playboy with some pics of Miss January, Jayde Nicole (an absolutely lovely brunette). I have to admit I didn’t notice her hair color at first. It took me even longer to find the tattoo ...

(Warning: NSFW)

See More Below The Fold


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/09/2006 at 11:07 AM   
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Dance With The Devil

It won’t be long now before Saddam Hussein dances with the devil. Unfortunately for Saddam, his feet will be dancing on air. And none too soon. What I would really like to see is a candlelight vigil outside the prison where he will be hung by all of the Liberals, peace activists and human shields from the West who thought he was such a nice guy. To keep them company during the ceremony I’d invite as many Iraqis as possible and give each one a pile of stones and tell them they could throw the stones either at the prison to protest the execution or at the Liberals to protest the stupidity of some in the West. That would be worth watching on CNN ...

Gary McCoy - Cagle Cartoons

Iraqis Line Up to Put Hussein in the Noose
BAGHDAD (NY TIMES) - December 9, 2006

imageimageOne of the most coveted jobs in Iraq does not yet exist: the executioner for Saddam Hussein. The death sentence against Mr. Hussein is still under review by an appeals court, but hundreds of people have already started lobbying the prime minister’s office for the position.

They have sent messages through cabinet officials and their assistants, and by way of government guards and clerical workers. One candidate, an Iraqi Shiite living in London whose brother was killed by Mr. Hussein, telephoned an aide to the prime minister to say he was prepared to drop everything and fly to Baghdad to execute the former ruler.

“One of the hardest tasks will be to determine who gets to be the hangman because so many people want revenge for the loss of their loved ones,” said Basam Ridha, an adviser to Prime Minister Nuri Kamal al-Maliki.

Mr. Hussein and two of his top associates, Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti and Awad al-Bandar, were sentenced to “death by hanging” on Nov. 5 for their involvement in the arrest and killings of 148 men and boys after an assassination attempt against him in the town of Dujail in 1982. The nine-judge appeals bench has no time limit to issue its ruling, but if it upholds the death sentence, Mr. Hussein’s execution must be carried out within 30 days.

Iraqi judicial officials said they expected that the appeals process would be completed in a matter of weeks and, if the sentence is upheld, that Mr. Hussein’s hanging would take place between mid-January and mid-March.

The Shiite-led government has argued for a swift execution, saying that as long as Mr. Hussein is alive, he remains a powerful source of motivation for elements of the Sunni Arab insurgency fighting to restore him to power.

There are other critical issues the government will need to decide should the appeals court uphold the death sentence against Mr. Hussein, including where he will be executed.

Officials have considered staging a public hanging in Baghdad’s largest sports arena, Shaab Stadium, and filling the place with tens of thousands of spectators, according to a high-ranking government official involved in the executions process, who agreed to discuss the subject on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to speak about it on the record.

But while such a spectacle might satisfy a communal need for closure, the authorities have rejected the idea for security reasons. A target that big, they say, would be highly vulnerable to attack by Sunni insurgents who might try to lob a few mortar shells into the crowd or ambush spectators on their way to and from the event.

Government hangings are now conducted in a prison complex in eastern Baghdad. Mr. Hussein, who is being held at Camp Cropper, an American military prison near Baghdad International Airport, could be transported to those gallows by helicopter. But officials worry that the trip would present an unnecessary opportunity for a rescue attempt by his sympathizers. Most likely, officials say, Mr. Hussein will be hanged at gallows specially built for him at Camp Cropper.

- More ...


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/09/2006 at 10:15 AM   
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Barking Moonbat Of The Week

In an election in which Democrats took control of Congress, one prominent Donk lost and will not be returning to Washington. I can’t say this stupid beeyatch will really be missed by anyone except me. Cynthia McKinney has been the poster child for the insane Left in this country and now I’ll have to scrounge up another fine example of Mental Moonbattery™ in the Democratic party.

The only one who even comes close to “Moonbat McKinney” is Dennis Kookcinich. Dumbass Dennis is going to have to really get weird and obnoxious to replace KcKinney as chairman of the House Fruitcake Committee. Dennis, we’re really depending on you, buddy. As for Cynthia ... you just have to know she couldn’t leave without one last parting shot of insanity ...

McKinney Introduces Bill to Impeach Bush
WASHINGTON (AP) _ Dec 08 9:41 PM US/Eastern

imageimageIn what was likely her final legislative act in Congress, outgoing Georgia Rep. Cynthia McKinney introduced a bill Friday to impeach President Bush.

The legislation has no chance of passing and serves as a symbolic parting shot not only at Bush but also at Democratic leaders. Incoming House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., has made clear that she will not entertain proposals to sanction Bush and has warned the liberal wing of her party against making political hay of impeachment.

McKinney, a Democrat who drew national headlines in March when she struck a Capitol police officer, has long insisted that Bush was never legitimately elected. In introducing her legislation in the final hours of the current Congress, she said Bush had violated his oath of office to defend the Constitution and the nation’s laws. In the bill, she accused Bush of misleading Congress on the war in Iraq and violating privacy laws with his domestic spying program.

McKinney has made no secret of her frustration with Democratic leaders since voters ousted her from office in the Democratic primary this summer. In a speech Monday at George Washington University, she accused party leaders of kowtowing to Republicans on the war in Iraq and on military mistreatment of prisoners. McKinney, who has not discussed her future plans, has increasingly embraced her image as a controversial figure.

She has hosted numerous panels on Sept. 11 conspiracy theories and suggested that Bush had prior knowledge of the terrorist attacks but kept quiet about it to allow friends to profit from the aftermath. She introduced legislation to establish a permanent collection of rapper Tupac Shakur’s recordings at the National Archives and calling for a federal investigation into his killing.


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calendar   Friday - December 08, 2006

Christmas Gift Idea #17

Are you looking for the perfect gift to satisfy your inner Jurassic child? Warning: if you buy one for your kids, they will hate you unless you stop playing with it and occasionally let them have it. Check out the Discovery Channel Shop website for this “beast” and while you’re there be sure to play the flash movie showing this mechanical predator in action. Coolness level: +10.

Discovery Remote Control Chromashift Roboreptile
Discovery Channel Store $79.95

Unleash your own fully autonomous reptile with realistic, biomechanical movements and Discovery Channel exclusive, Chromashift color-changing technology. With 40 different pre-programmed functions and the ability to program your own tricks and movements into its memory, you’ll never know how this fickle beast will react.

Biomorphic motions and advanced natural dynamics enable Roboreptile to move in two emotionally aggressive gaits and two different speeds - Amazing, exclusive, color-shifting paint job appears to change color as the light source and viewing angle vary - Stalks on four legs; runs on two legs - Whips his tail, snaps and moves its head - Has the ability to run and jump on its two hind legs

Can sense being approached from behind and responds by running away - Three moods: Hungry/Aggressive; Satisfied/Lethargic; Subdued - Four modes including: Remote Control, Autonomous, Guard, Sleep - Stereo sound sensors, infrared vision sensors, laser ‘pickling’ sensor and touch sensor make him aware of the surrounding environment!



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/08/2006 at 12:44 PM   
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An Inconvenient Freeze

I am sick and tired of this deep freeze that is being caused by glowball warming. At first I was confused because I thought glowball warming would heat things up and make for milder winters. Now however, the scientists morons tell me that this freeze is a side effect of glowball warming and only proves they are right. I have a strong suspicion that someone is peeing on my leg and telling me it’s raining.


Why am I at dead center of this freezing sinkhole? Obviously, Al Gore doesn’t like me.


In addition, not being satisfied with having made a 100% wrong prediction for the last hurricane season, our fearless prognosticators decide to predict another killer hurricane season next year. They say their prediction for the 2005 season was wrong thanks to dust blowing off of Africa into the Atlantic which killed all of the storms before they could form. Evidently the dust blinded that damn butterfly that flaps his wings and makes all of the hurricanes.

The funny part is that if they keep predicting killer hurricane seasons, eventually they will be right in much the same manner that a broken clock is right twice a day. Look for them to tell us “I told you so” when that happens. Morons.

Active 2007 Atlantic Hurricane Season Is Forecast
MIAMI (Reuters) - Fri Dec 8, 2006 10:44am ET148

The 2007 Atlantic hurricane season will be busier-than-average with an expected 14 tropical storms, of which seven will strengthen into hurricanes, a noted forecasting team founded by Dr. William Gray said on Friday.

The prediction for a busy year by the Colorado State University forecasters was the second in two days from reputable forecasters to warn that the below-average 2006 season was likely to be just a lull in an extended period of heightened Atlantic storm activity.

The CSU team, led by Gray and Philip Klotzbach, failed as did other forecasters to accurately foresee that the 2006 season would be a modest compared to ferocious hurricane seasons in both 2005 and 2004.

The hurricane experts said they had failed to take into account the unexpected formation of an El Nino weather phenomenon in the eastern Pacific, which tends to dampen Atlantic storm activity.

The CSU team said in its first forecast for the 2007 storm season, which begins on June 1, that of the seven hurricanes foreseen, three were expected to become “intense” hurricanes, with winds exceeding 111 miles per hour (178 km per hour).

“The 2007 Atlantic hurricane season is expected to be more active than the average 1950-2000 season,” Klotzbach said in a statement. “However, this is an early prediction. One of the important questions for the upcoming season is whether El Nino conditions will continue through 2007.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/08/2006 at 11:44 AM   
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Those Who Forget The Past …

“Then And Now” -by- Cox & Forkum


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/08/2006 at 06:04 AM   
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The Wrong War?

imageimagePaul Krugman at the New York Times is already beating the “told you so” drum over Iraq. He also thinks anyone who doesn’t agree with his appraisal of the war in Iraq is a “neocon dead-ender”. I have to disagree with Mr. Krugman for one very important reason: this was never about Iraq, it has always been about US politics.

While the administration and our troops have been fighting a war in Afghanistan and Iraq against Islamofascists, the real enemy has been hard at work right here at home in America. I’m talking about the war that has been waged against George W. Bush and the Republican Congress for six years. That is the wrong war, not the one in Iraq.

With the help of George Soros’ millions and American citizens perfectly willing to sell out their country with security leaks and baseless accusations, these people have been fighting the War On Bush (WOB) and now it seems they are winning. To them the war in Iraq has been merely a sideshow - and a tool to bash Bush with.

Victory is within their grasp now that their incessant whining and complaining has managed to finally win an election. They have been telling us the war in Iraq was a mistake for years to the point that it has become a self-fulfilling prophesy. Their persistence in the WOB has been monumental to say the least.

All I have seen in the news lately has been argument after argument that the war in Iraq was a mistake, that we had the wrong goals or that we didn’t have a plan to pacify the country when we went in. They’re all content now that they have proved themselves right. But are they right?

Krugman goes on in the editorial to heap praise on Democrats who supposedly “opposed” the war in Iraq from the beginning. He forgets to mention the Democrats like Bill and Hillary Clinton, Ted Kennedy and others in that party who called Saddam Hussein a direct threat to the US long before George Bush came into office.

No, as usual people like Mr. Krugman remember what they want to remember and forget the rest. They forget things like Bosnia, which in my opinion comes closer to the definition of “the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time.” Of course, that war was started by Bill Clinton - who could do no wrong in their eyes, so it must have been a “good war” to them.

The so-called “civil war” in Iraq is nothing compared to the one being fought here in America. For the time being, the Democrats and deranged liberals like Mr. Krugman are winning. They are winning thanks to Improvised Explosive Accusations (IEA) and and Bald Face Lies (BFL) and Treasonous Security Leaks (TSL). They do indeed have a timetable for withdrawal and it has nothing to do with Iraq. It calls for the complete withdrawal of George Bush by January 20, 2008. Nothing less will satisfy them.

And so it was with those who warned against invading Iraq. At best, they were ignored. A recent article in The Washington Post ruefully conceded that the paper’s account of the debate in the House of Representatives over the resolution authorizing the Iraq war — a resolution opposed by a majority of the Democrats — gave no coverage at all to those antiwar arguments that now seem prescient.

At worst, those who were skeptical about the case for war had their patriotism and/or their sanity questioned. The New Republic now says that it “deeply regrets its early support for this war.” Does it also deeply regret accusing those who opposed rushing into war of “abject pacifism?”

Now, only a few neocon dead-enders still believe that this war was anything but a vast exercise in folly. And those who braved political pressure and ridicule to oppose what Al Gore has rightly called “the worst strategic mistake in the history of the United States” deserve some credit.

-- Paul Krugman, “They Told You So” - NY TIMES Editorial, December 8, 2006


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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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