Sarah Palin's enemies are automatically added to the Endangered Species List.

calendar   Thursday - November 06, 2014

Just for Drew. Some French Toast


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calendar   Friday - October 10, 2014

Welcome Dr. Jeff

I mentioned this in a comment, but it deserves a welcome post all by its self. Dr. Jeff is the latest BMEWS admin.

Good choice Drew and peiper. I’ve been trying to get wardmama on board. I won’t stop, think we need a female opinion/influence.


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 10/10/2014 at 10:35 PM   
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calendar   Friday - October 03, 2014

Needs Better Embed Code


Yes indeed Chris. I’d send you an email, but I can’t find your address, and it isn’t on your new web site anywhere. I know you come by here once in a while.

Got to rebuild the embed. The Horizontal one displays your entire page but not the comic; you can keep the page, all I want is the comic.

Your “old school” new embed script displays the comic, but without any scrolling. Oops. The link to your page works on either embed, but I’d prefer my readers to look at the comic from my blog.

Oh, and the comments don’t work on your page yet.

Keep working on it.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/03/2014 at 04:20 PM   
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calendar   Friday - August 15, 2014

Dusting things off here in the back room

My goodness.

There are something like 16 people who have the power to write posts here. Admins, Super Admins, and Posters. Posters? I’m pretty sure I’ve never assigned anyone that category.

And some of them still visit. Some have stopped by within the month.

Rancino, you can write stuff. Miss your comments and links, buddy, even though you come by all the time. And thanks again for your support. So how about it? Want to sound off about anything?

Somnambulist57, you can write stuff. Wait, who? Not sure I know who you are.

Mr. Christian, of course, can still write stuff. Remember Mr. Christian?

Severa, bless her heart, can still write stuff. If she would ever stop by. It’s been a few years now.

John C and Tim C (no relation) can make posts too. At least I think they can. They’re in an old old category called Posters, which I think might be left over from when the back room here had that little forum.

Ronald Reagan’s Ghost not only can post, but he has an email account on the server here. How about them apples? Golly gee, remember him? Takes me back to Yellowdog days, and Tannenbaum, OCM and Annoying Little Twerp. Times gone by.

OCM remains the one and only truly banned forever twice member. Sorry Guy, I wish it didn’t have to be this way.

Guess I should vacuum and dust more often.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 08/15/2014 at 04:16 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 26, 2014

Sgt Schultz

Home now, but only to eat and change. Then it’s off to work. Then to sleep. And tomorrow to work.

So I really won’t be back here until late Sunday, or perhaps Monday.

At which point I’ll only be looking forward. Or, as Sgt. Schultz used to put it, “I zee nutting! I zee nutting! Nutting!!!”

Oh, and my mother saw the cucumber bit. “Aaaaaaaaaannndrew!!” Gee, thanks for that.

Just so you know ... mom is always watching. Always.


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calendar   Tuesday - July 15, 2014

Blogger, Explain Thyself

To: Drew
From: Peiper
Subject: Ach, Crivens

What’s with Christopher? Weird? Wierd? and cucumbers used as ...

at least it was below the fold with a warning.

To: Peiper
From: Drew
Subject: Ach, Crivens

I just saw that. Jumping Jesus on a pogo stick, WTF is wrong with that oaf? Damnation, I have a bit of life for a couple of days and he starts acting like a 10 year old. AGAIN.

Wassmatta, he never ever saw the cucumber trick? Is he new to online porn just this week? Do we get the ping-pong balls and the baseball bats next? That’s all out there too, and has been for decades. String of pearls dude. String of pearls. It’s even an animated .gif these days.

Same goes for the “topographic map”. I feel like I’m dealing with a little boy who has just discovered how he pee-pee works, instead of a 60 year old man. I can only be grateful he didn’t put in any semi-naughty snaps of his wife or his sisters this time. Seriously, WTF.

Even the redhead with the machine gun. You do know that the weapon is an MG42 right? The one the Nazis used to mow down tens of thousands of Allied troops during WWII? Sure, it’s just a tool. Sure.

And he didn’t even downsize the picture to fit and then use a link for “embiggenification” as is our style. Much less give any credit to Oleg Volk who took the picture - and it’s OBVIOUSLY a Volk photo - the guy who does all those super pro-2A pictures for women and firearms.

I’m really getting tired of his passive/aggressive behavior. “Oh look, I’m being naughty, haha, whatchu gonna do? Neener neener!!” Tiring.

With all the terrible news stories out there, with all the rancid political stories out there, with all the glorious art, beautiful nature, and wondrous moments in life out there, he has to go out of his way to put up offensive juvenile crap like this nearly every time he posts. I didn’t mind the “I won a chess match” stuff, and the chess problems were interesting. AND I was really starting to appreciate how he was stepping up and posting more while you’re sick ... but he just couldn’t resist poking a stick in my eye, hoping for a reaction. Grow up.

Do I have to ban this jerk AGAIN?

Son of a bitch.

So I’ll just delete both those posts, and edit the other one. And hope somebody, somewhere, gives him the spanking he wants so badly.

UPDATE: Friends, Romans, Countrymen, people who leave comments; lend me your thumbs! Up, or Down?


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/15/2014 at 04:49 PM   
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calendar   Thursday - June 05, 2014

Paying The Bills


THAT’S HOW GENEROUS BMEWS READERS HAVE BEEN. The Blegging is over; expenses are fully covered. FULLY. You guys are bloody fantastic.

If you still want to toss a quarter in the tip jar, that will be set aside for next year. And I do keep a pretty careful accounting of funds and expenses, just in case some snoopy tax dude thinks this is some kind of job. It isn’t. I don’t clear a dime on this blog. In the very, very rare case where I have too many donations one year, I roll them forward and sometimes even delay asking for help until I need it. So we’re good for 2014. 100% great in fact.

Golly, I’m nearly feeling woozy. It’s either the generosity of my readership, or the acetone I used to do a final wipe on the windshield. I go with the generosity and let Sally say it for me ...


UPDATED UPDATE: The outpouring of support from the BMEWS readership has simply been tremendous. I am overwhelmed. Surprised. Amazed. Impressed. Verklempt, even! We’ve had more people Give A Click this year than ever before. I guess we’re doing something right after all.

I’m going to float this post at the top for today into tomorrow, then let it sink downwards. I don’t want to harass or bleg too much, but I do want to keep up a big running THANK YOU to those who have, and the tiniest reminder to those who might.  And come Monday, I’ll shut up about this for a full year.

Ok, I have to go try and clean my windshield today. I’ve got my Sunday job to do, cleaning offices, so I’d better be able to see to drive there. Maybe I’ll take photos and compare 3 or 4 solvents at a time.

UPDATE: One HUGE round of applause for them what put in a contribution. We are humbled, and most unctuously grateful. A little help, a lot of help, any help at all, it all helps a lot. Thank you so very much!


It’s the time of year once again when all the bits and pieces that make up BMEWS show up at my door, looking for money.

Server fees, domain registrations, a couple of widgets. That sort of thing. Actually, BMEWS is going to cost a bit less to run this coming year, since the lovely widget we had for mapping out folks online is gone. That company went under, and they shut down and vamoosed months ago. And still owing me at least half a year of service too.

Meh. What can you do?

So this hobby blog costs just under 80¢ per day. A bit steep, but I’ve got unlimited storage capacity and unlimited bandwidth. Which is probably a bit excessive, but I’ll never run up against a wall.

In the meantime, I’m trying to cut whatever expenses here that I can. And give thanks once again for all my readers who have helped out in the past.



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calendar   Tuesday - March 18, 2014

Lesson: Posting Pictures


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calendar   Tuesday - December 31, 2013

some comments from bmews readers in 2013

Things don’t always work out as planned.  I originally wanted to post these over two days.  Wasn’t possible for a number of reasons.

I wanted to do this or something like it long ago, for one reason or another I never got around to it.  But it was always in the back of my head.

I’m not sure if those of you who post your comments here, are fully aware of just how good they are.  OK, so there a few that aren’t home runs. But over all, you really do make an impact. 

OK so .....  I have to give a fellow I call The Bmews Tiger, and who posts in comments as, ARGENTIUM G. TIGER , total credit for this end of year post from me, to all of you here.  It was a comment he made at the start of this year 2013, that finally shoved me into gear thinking okay ... I can not put this off or ignore it anymore. 

Over time, I have been educated and entertained by your comments in equal measure. So it’s fair to say I appreciate you, and I know Drew does as well. 

With the Tiger’s comment that got me going, I started saving things you folks had to say, with the idea of ending the year with a salute to you.
I wanted to do it over two days, but between the storm and pc trouble and personal matters, yesterday never happened and so all I collected are here.
There are many comments I never got to. I read all but my time and health and wife’s health and hours I keep just don’t always allow for me doing all I might do.  Or want to do.  So believe me, I am aware there are lots more that could have and perhaps should have been included here. 

So ok, here we go. Again my thanks to the Tiger and to all of you. Here’s the comment that got it going.

Congress has already pissed me off multiple times, and it’s only the first day of the year.  Posted by Argentium G. Tiger


IMO the population who might appreciate a leader like Churchill must exist first, in order to produce such a leader. Otherwise our latter-day Churchill will waste his time trying to push a string uphill.
Posted by CenTexTim

The networks are like politicians.  They have different titles and claim different philosophies, but they all crawled out of the same sewer.
Posted by grayjohn

Each time our elected representatives put forth and pass an amnesty (this will be the 3rd), we reinforce the idea that a person can come here illegally (a criminal), hide outside the laws of work and finance (not paying taxes), and eventually gain citizenshipAs with the debate on gun control - this is obfuscation of the core issue. Why do people break the law to come to the United States? Because, they will eventually become citizens.
Why do our elected representatives continue to ignore our wishes on these subjects? Because they are the ones in control - not us.
Posted by jackal40

I use to play Mumbletypeg as a kid and no one ever got hurt (always wear leather shoes,no flipflops). Kids nowdays are all turning into pansy ass metrosexual wankers and the world will regret it. Try stopping a Muslim Hoard with calls to “Peace Out Dude”. 
Posted by Rich K

. Cool, So Mandela couldn’t fix the mess in Black SA but they made sure stupid happens on a regular basis there,,,Bravo. 
Rich K

Bite Me - I can’t even fix my own family - be damned if I’m going to be responsible for World peace with a bunch of people who simply want me dead. wardmama4

Do I get the $5 rat bounty if I bring in a politician?
Posted by CenTexTim

I really think Brits, and Americans, are bearing far too much of ‘the white man’s burden.’ Posted by Christopher

I want my friggin’ country back!  (full quote edited because this one line says it all and speaks for millions ) Posted by jackal40

Sometimes some of our folks are too funny for words but somehow they manage quite well. This was some of the reaction to an Eye Candy post made by Drew.

1. Oh my.  If I didn’t ruin her I’d enjoy the heck out of her ruining me.  I’m just beyond stories right now.  I need to go be by myself for a while.
Posted by Mr Evilwrench 02/06/2013 at 05:18 PM

2. Its suppose to be a story Mr E, not a quote from your diary.
Posted by Rich K

Conservative Christians are yoked with the “turn the other cheek” mentality and until that yoke is discarded, the bayonets unsheathed and slammed into the center-mass of the liberal monsters they (The Liberal destroyers of America) will win.
Posted by New Jersey Yankee

I never owned a slave - I come from people who never owned a slave (heck my maternal grandfather didn’t even get to America until the 1900s) - so what sin do I have? But reality be damned. . .I’m white therefore I’m racist.
Posted by wardmama4

If homosexuals are “gay” does that mean I’m morose? Posted by Col. Bat Guano

It’s the damnedest thing. No matter how successful they may be, no matter how many millions, billions, trillions get spent on Special Programs to lift Certain People up, no matter how many extra chances and opportunities are provided, no matter how much the general culture shifts to a Black perspective (ie all things Black are cool and desirable), it makes no difference, and their hate festers more and more with each generation. That boil is going to burst at some point, perhaps soon, and the result is not going to be pretty. And if it doesn’t burst, it will be lanced from without, and that result could be far uglier.
It’s lose-lose, not win-win. And it is not our fault at all. Posted by Drew458

Upon the passing of Mrs. Thatcher, among much else, LyndonB said;

Maggie was stabbed in the back by the bed wetters in her party ultimately. She wasn’t perfect by a long shot but she made Britain a better place and much of what she said in the 80’s has come true. RIP Baroness Thatcher. The majority of Britain’s politicians would have to stand on their mother’s shoulders to kiss her arse. Posted by LyndonB 04/09/2013

Sometimes you just know
The bothersome thing about stereotypes is that they get that way by so often being true.  Posted by Drew458

Men aren’t too small.  The women are just too big.  I know, that’s a stretch. Posted by grayjohn

On news that a terror suspect could not be deported to the USA based on his mental condition, Chris said;
It is a serious mental disorder, islam! Posted by Chris Edwards 04/16/2013

Are there any politicians anywhere who have figured out that this ‘we are the world’ concept to immigration is destroying civilization faster than any disease could?
Posted by wardmama4

Here’s Grayjohn on the muslim menace

Deport them now.  If they won’t leave jail them, if they resist, shoot them.
Posted by grayjohn 05/26/2013

The ten happiest years in a woman’s life are between 29 and 30.  Posted by TimboToo

Jackal’s comment in regard to Ca. killer with guns banned in that state. Jackal refers to it as Failafornia.
I swear, it’s like government is incapable of doing anything right - maybe that’s what we need to look at banning. 
Posted by jackal40 06/12/2013

This was in reply to a Drew post about an upgrade/update nightmare. And aren’t they almost all? 

When did update change its definition to fuck up?  Posted by grayjohn 06/26/2013

Oh well - the world is going to hell in a handbasket - it is the intentional part that really makes me ill.  Posted by wardmama4 06/28/2013

The majority isn’t silent, the media are deaf.  Posted by Dr. Jeff , 07/19/2013

The 7th century could not have been as shitty as Islam is making the 21st.  Just reading about it is like visiting a mental ward.
Posted by grayjohn 07/22/2013

And didn’t I say - on September 11, 2001 - my first thought as I saw the Pentagon attack was - nuke ‘em til they glow. Think of where America would be right now, if the evil Boooooooosh and/or Congress had been able to find a pair back then.
Posted by wardmama4

Wrong is Right and Up is Down - and it’s all going to get us killed - lot’s of innocents while the ‘OneGlowballWorld’ control freaks try to make everyone hold hands and sing kumbayah.
Bite Me - I can’t even fix my own family - be damned if I’m going to be responsible for World peace with a bunch of people who simply want me dead.

It seems the thing that makes America, America has been forgotten.  grayjohn 9/19/2013

Rich commenting on my Miss America post.

Yummy come in many colors and I approve . Posted by Rich K

Vilmar posted this on bmews with regard to bombing the home village of terrorists.
Some object because kiddies would be harmed.  Right on V.

I like to think of carpet bombing as a “vaccination” of sorts.  Keeps the disease from manifesting itself later.
Posted by Ranting Right Wing Howler

This is Drew as much on political correctness as a comment on a post regarding the following.
“Without helmets and pads, children are much more susceptible to getting hurt”


And Remember, pointing a finger, saying “pow pow!” or eating a sandwich into any vaguely L-shaped form is a Zero Tolerance Weapons Offense and will get your child suspended/expelled/psychoanalysed and their meds increased.
Now children, everyone stand up and sing the Praise Obama song after we Pledge Allegiance To The State. And tell teacher where daddy touches you and where he keeps his guns.  Posted by Drew458

I think perhaps one of the funniest quotes came from the Tiger in response to a woman with mental problems and memory loss and a criminal record, who wants to be a cop and was willing to go to court, charging police with discrimination due to her condition.  The Tiger could be the new Norm Cosby. Ah, you’re all too young.

Aw let her on the force fer crissakes… Who knows, she could work her way up to defective!

*ducks and runs* Posted by Argentium G. Tiger 10/19/2013

This was Grayjohn’s comment on a post from Drew, referring to a change in US Marine uniform caps becoming more, unisex.

I’d love to wake up tomorrow and find that the Marines have taken Washington DC.
Posted by grayjohn 10/25/2013

Sdkar in response to story about honor killings.

What has islam contributed to this world since the invention of the number “0”?  Hell, the only reason they came up with this concept is so they could numerically display the amount of compassion and tolerance they have for those not exactly like them.
Posted by sdkar 10/23/2013

Harley ponders Obamacare. Good one HC.

Hell, I’m still trying to figure out how you can be “fined” for NOT buying something.
Posted by harleycowboy58

Grayjohn on gorebal warming had this to say.

Al Gore is locked in his giant bathroom taking his 8th shower of the day with his Eskimo Barbie collection, crying and touching himself. 
Posted by grayjohn

This comment from Red Five was in reply to a post about pc head teacher who wrote parents at a school demanding that the kiddies be available for a school trip to a muslim museum or some such place.  She even threatened suspension for children who did not go, and btw … there was even a charge to go.  Common sense prevailed and the teacher was overruled by school authorities, who took much flak from parents. At a guess?  Someone probably threatened a law suit.

Viewing “religious artifacts” at an Islam workshop? What are they going to see, Arafat’s kaffiyeh? Leon Klinghoffer’s wheelchair? The remnants of an Israeli bus after a suicide bombing? Rubble from 9/11? A picture of The Rock? A burka?

Name of commenter:
Red Five


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/31/2013 at 07:02 PM   
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Sincere best wishes to all for a very happy new year



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calendar   Wednesday - December 25, 2013

a very merry christmas to very special people


The rain has stopped for now ... there is no wind today.

Am off to a traditional Christmas dinner at a friend’s house.  Even before I came on the scene, wife’s family went to village friend every Christmas, and I’ve been attending since 2004, only missed one year and even then, I was sent a plate.  What a spread.

Later in the day, early evening I guess it is ... our friends will be coming here for coffee, tea whatever and two different kinds of chocolate yummies.

When things Brit in food say cream .... they really do mean cream.

So that’s it for the day and I want to say again for anyone passing our way ... Merry Christmas.

To our regulars .... you folks really are quite special.

Have a safe day as well.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 12/25/2013 at 11:36 AM   
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calendar   Monday - December 16, 2013

is it just me ?  and btw … is there an alterntv. to Quick Time?

Does anyone else have problems here?  I can’t believe how difficult impossible it is.

I downloaded iTunes for not other reason then to buy ONE track, which is allowed.

Here’s what happened so you understand.  Understand too that I’m in the UK so things could be a tad different from what some of you look at in the USA. Although I wouldn’t know from any experience.

I once had a recording by Jazz/Blues singer, Lizzie Miles, and the record is long lost.  (I don’t have to give nobody none of this jellyroll) It isn’t even listed in lots of places although almost all her other recordings from the 20’s to the 50’s are.  She did a lot.  It’s partly sung in Cajun btw. Great tune and it isn’t as nasty as imagination might create.

So, this one recording wasn’t anything I could find at AMZN/UK.  I haven’t tried USA yet but will time permitting. Well heck, I’ll make time.

The thing that boils my brain is how Apple does things. Now ok ,,, some of you are well experienced with the product and the apps etc. so you’re used to their eccentricity.

With the help of a friend in Belgium the track was tracked down and it seems (so far) only iTunes has it.

However ... one must have an Apple account or an iTune account. Whatever.  SO ok I tried that and got a message informing me that the password used wasn’t valid. The message further said to read password requirements. OK ... sure.  Uh .... scuse me but ....

Where the F are the “requirements” to be found that I’m supposed to read?  Cos they certainly are not on the page I am reading now. But there isn’t any way ask them because .... one needs an account.

After some time I managed and don’t quite know how, to overcome that hurdle, went back to a create an account page.

Here’s what flashed upon my screen.

Solve a problem with iTunes

iTunes has stopped working properly.

A newer version of this software is available for download that solves this problem. Apple Inc. recommends updating to take advantage of security and stability improvements.

Tap or click to download the update from the Apple Inc. website

Oh yeah?

Well .... I did as I was asked and it turned out that I merely downloaded another that was exactly the same as my original download.

In other words, I had the latest version listed to begin with.

But there seems no way I can find to tell the rocket scientists at Apple about this little glitch.


You need an account for that.


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calendar   Friday - December 06, 2013


Peiper spotted it the other day and emailed me.  “I can’t get the blog to load properly. The Neoworx thing isn’t working properly!”

And he was right.

Neoworx, the company that provided the nice animated Visitors Online thing here on top of the right sidebar, has gone out of business.

Your humble correspondent probably had an obsolete primary e-mail address in the database. However, other users received the following e-mail today:

Dear user,

It saddens me to inform you that after 9 years of services, I am stopping my web counter activity. The shift from blogs to social networks and the overwhelming competition of free services has dramatically decreased my customer base to the point where I can no longer pay for the hosting of my servers.

I will do my best to refund you pro rata of the time elapsed since your last payment. Please wait for an email from the designated company liquidator.

I thank you wholeheartedly for the interest you have shown in my products during all these years. It was a great adventure for me.

Please find here-after your most recent visitor count. I am sure that you will find a suitable replacement for my counters.


Well, I would like my list or database. In total, the counter was showing almost 10 million visits from something like 240 countries – many more than the folks in the United Nations are able to enumerate. wink

Yeah, me too. The other country counter down at the bottom of the page shows that BMEWS is/has been read in nearly every country on earth; I’ve even received a ping from somewhere in Antarctica. I’m rather proud of that actually.

But I will miss the animated background of Texas oil pumps as the slow ticker rolls up showing all the folks stopping by BMEWS, and where they’re all from. And I’ll miss how it always misreported my location, as my service’s ISP portal shifts around the county in several locations.


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calendar   Wednesday - October 30, 2013


Bit of writer’s block here. Having trouble taking the blog approach to writing: find a news story, grab a short quote or two, gin up two or three lines of opinionated text, figure out a snappy title or one with a cheesy pun. Throw in a picture and a couple links. Next post.

No, I get bogged down. Want to investigate the whole story. Background. History. Counter-opinions. And that takes forever. And then I wind up writing 5000 word essays that almost nobody reads. Gotta keep it short and tight.

So, I’ll try to do the Doe Run story ... even though to me it looks like the EPA just managed to do an end run around the Second Amendment. Which is the kind of analytical take-away that comes from digging too deeply. For now, I’ll just leave it as a bunch of Greenies getting their just comeuppance, and an arm of the government essentially destroying a town trying to save it. Which is what Lt. Calley said, isn’t it? Like I said, digging too deeply.


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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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