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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Aint't No Fool



And on that note neither did Papa!

My computer time is limited here lately due to the fact of chores... But what i have been catchin here and there nothing has changed. Except john kerry thought he was doin us a favor to sign the UN gun ban. Which hopefully the republican majority senate will kill it, which they have said in the past they will not support it. Also I have picked up is a bill that funds the federal government but does not fund obamacare. But it may have been turned down already. Feel free to discuss or fill me in more.  Lifes been a lil hectic but its slowly gettin back to normal like it once was so long ago. 


Because He Knows His Job!!

Fuckin Squirrels,

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Rogue Taper Measures Will Be The Death Of Us

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The Wife Wanted Quisine... She Got It!

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How To Roast Your Brauts

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Redneck Humor

Two red-necks, Ed and Red, walk into their favorite local watering hole, sit down at the bar, order up a couple of beers, and commence to shooting the breeze on various and sundry things. At a nearby table a woman starts choking on a bite of her sandwich. After a minute or so, it becomes obvious she's in real trouble.

Ed gets off his barstool, walks over and asks, "Ma'am, kin ye swaller?" She shakes her head no.

He asks,"Ma'am, kin ye breathe?" Again she shakes her head her head no.

Ed takes action. He yanks her up out of her chair, flips up the back of her skirt, pulls down her drawers, and licks her right butt-cheek. The woman is so shocked by this that she has a violent spasm which dislodges the food and it flies out of her mouth. She can breathe again.

Ed walks back over to the bar, gets back on his barstool, and takes a swig of his beer. Red looks at Ed and says,"Y'know, I always heard of that hind-lick manuever, but that's the first time I ever seen it done".

MERGENCY!! MERGENCY!!

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Yes Ma'am! MMhMM

Shocking: M16 Marksman, Bow Hunter, Mechanic, US Army Sergeant ...and Miss Kansas

“Nobody expects a soldier to be a beauty queen. But I’m all about breaking stereotypes,” Miss Kansas Theresa Vail told People Magazine.
She’s right. That’s very unexpected.
Vail, who has only recently become a ‘beauty queen’ within the last year, is a sergeant in the US Army, becoming only the second Miss America pageant contestant to be on active duty. To add to the unexpectedness, she is an M16 marksman, a bowhunter, and a mechanic. According to Fox News, she only decided to enter a beauty pageant 9 months ago “on the advice of her commanding officer.”


And when she says she’s about breaking stereotypes, she means it…
Second, Sgt. Vail has big tattoos. Two of them. One, the insignia for the U.S. Army Dental Corps, is on her left shoulder, while a massive version of the Serenity Prayer runs down her right side. And when she struts her stuff in the bikini contest in the Miss America competition this week in Atlantic City, they’ll both be on display for the world to see.
“My whole platform is empowering women to overcome stereotypes and break barriers. What a hypocrite I would be if I covered my ink,” Vail said. “How can I tell other women to be fearless and true to themselves if I can’t do the same? I am who I am, tattoos and all.”
So what did the US Army beauty queen from Kansas pick as her talent for the pageant? Archery. Unfortunately, she was told she wouldn’t be able to use that. Instead she learned a Pavarotti opera piece that she had never sung before.
It’s all about showing girls they can do anything they want to,” Vail said. “I want to help them develop confidence, to let them know that they have what it takes to accomplish anything they want to accomplish. I know many young girls look at beauty candidates and think, ‘What a perfect life they have.’ But I want them to know that I haven’t led a perfect life. And that beauty comes from the inside.”
What do you think? Is Sgt. Vail a better role model for girls than Miley Cyrus?

I Know A Guy...

Cops Need Heroes Too!

Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Thanks Obama!

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/


What in the fuck is wrong in this world? 

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf

Stepmother sentenced for locking up teen twins

Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
Jonna Winkler describes family vacations at the sentencing for child endangering Monday. STEVE MANHEIM/CHRONICLE
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
- See more at: http://chronicle.northcoastnow.com/2013/09/10/stepmother-sentenced-for-locking-teen-twins/#sthash.WU3fKZIo.SZPQNDGe.dpuf
ELYRIA — A North Ridgeville woman was sentenced Monday to seven months in jail for abusing her two teenage stepchildren by depriving them of food and locking them in a room that was empty except for two bare mattresses while they were clad only in their underwear.
Jonna Winkler, 39, also paid a fine of $750 and was barred from having any contact with the two boys for the next five years when she appeared before Elyria Municipal Court Judge Gary Bennett. She pleaded no contest to child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct charges earlier this year, according to court records.
The boys’ father, 40-year-old Joseph Winkler, faces a potential jail term when he appears before Bennett to be sentenced on charges of child endangering and persistent disorderly conduct later this month.
Jonna Winkler defended her actions as Bennett grilled her about what life was like for the two boys before they managed to escape in February from the Winklers’ Wallace Boulevard house.
“I made a mistake … but I love my kids. I love all six of my kids,” said Jonna Winkler, who has four children of her own that police described as well cared for. Those children remain in the Winkler’s care, while the twins are with their biological mother.
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13 Democrats Including Rev. Wright's Daughter Charged

With embezzling funds for needy people.
Allegedly, $16M worth of money destined for AIDS victims and the needy was embezzled. 13 Democrats have been charged.
This is the kind of story that would have been featured in the 6 o'clock news and would have brought down the Obama machine. Of course, we'll never really hear much more about this story again.
 Sun Times:
In all, prosecutors are alleging a total of $16 million in fraud involving state health or commerce department grants and contracts.
Thirteen people have been charged so far, six who have pleaded guilty.
Two of them have ties to President Barack Obama. One is the daughter of his controversial former pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright. Another was chief of staff to Obama’s longtime friend Eric E. Whitaker when Whitaker was Illinois’ public health chief.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

HaHaHaHa!!!

I was in Scottsdale, AZ the other day. I saw a bumper sticker on a parked car that read:
"I miss Chicago. "
So I broke the window, stole the radio, shot out two of the tires, added an Obama bumper sticker and left a note that read, "Hope this helps

Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Monday, September 2, 2013

Sunday, September 1, 2013