Saturday, October 29, 2005

I love dead cops.

[Millions of dead cops]

Yeah that's right. Damn Howard County cops don't know how to direct traffic. Tell me why they let everybody else go through like 16 tiimes and they still hadn't let us go through. I bet they still haven't. I had to make a U-turn to get out of that traffic nightmare next to Long Reach High School.

Stupid fucking cops should learn how to direct traffic. YOU LET EVERYBODY HAVE A TURN! You don't let one side keep backing up and backing up and backing up through traffic lights!

Friday, October 28, 2005

The Shaft

Last Saturday I flipped thru the channels and found this great movie! It's called "The Shaft"! You probably guessed it, it's about an elevator and an elevator shaft, but that's not just any ordinary elevator that moves up and down, this one kills people because it's POSSESSED by some EVIL force! A force we later find to be the doings of a MAD scientist.

You have to be on some kind of drugs to come up with this shit. Honestly, it's about an ELEVATOR that KILLS people. Why is Naomi Watts in this crap? Four guys (because no one brain could have come up with something this bad) must have been lounging around smoking the pot and going "Duuuuuuuude....it's about an elevator...No dude, we need something else, that's enough....oh my God dude, how bout an elevator that takes people to random points in their lives...duuuuude no, that's ghey, we should make an elevator that kills people, and the movie will have horrible dialogue and atrocious acting!"

Yeah. Don't see it.

The Shaft

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Warren Buffet speaks out

Hey Oliver reads fortune, and found something pretty neat...

On the idea of a flat tax
I wouldn’t support it. We have, in my view, a taxation system that’s much too flat already. If you look at the payroll tax—which is over 12% now, and that applies on the first $80,000 or $90,000 of income—Bill and I pay practically none of that in relation to our income. For the people that work for us, their tax rate in many cases is the same or even higher than my own, since the rate on capital gains and dividends was cut to 15%. What has gone on in this country in recent years is a huge benefit to the very rich and not that much relief to people down below. Frankly, I think that Bill and I should have a higher tax rate on the income we get. We pay less than half the rate that I was paying 25 years ago when I was making a lot less money. They have really taken care of the rich.


Warren Buffett is the second richest man in America the universe and has just stated that he thinks he the wealthiest %3 ought to be taxed more. Just wanted to further clarify that.

Is this cool or what?




Your Daddy Is Ozzy Osbourne



What You Call Him: Daddy Dearest

Why You Love Him: He takes you to Disneyland

YOU'RE MESSING ME UP!!

Note to kid: Do not leave the XBOX Live mic on when you are arguing with your mom.

Ravens find white substance

The other day Ravens coach Brian Billick had to pull his team off the field because of a white substance that was found. They brought in the police, but it was discovered that it was just the goal line, and that they had forgotten what it looked like.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Hitler was a Fag



Judging by this picture, Hitler sure does look like a flaming homo.

Not like there's anything wrong with that.

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

Matt Nathanson @ Recher Theater tonight

Who: Matt Nathanson
Where: Recher Theater, Towson.
When: Doors 7PM, Matt goes on at 9:30

Come see John Thomasson play bass! He's cool, and the reason I get in for free. Gotta love guest lists!

Can money buy happiness?

If that means not having to worry about paying bills and not living paycheck to paycheck, then Michele says yes.

The question is not "can a big screen tv and a fleet of Mercedes make you a happier person overall?" If I had enough money where I didn't have to live check to check, that would make me a much happier person than I am now.

Monday, October 17, 2005

WILMA!!!!

Yet another hurricane. There goes the cheap gas as of late. Fuck.

Just tell me why hurricanes never effected oil in previous years? All of a sudden they effect the price of oil? What gives?

Thursday, October 13, 2005

The Answer is in Plastic

There is price gouging and the proof is in plastic.

Has anyone but me ever wondered why prices of gas are skyrocketing while the prices on plastic goods made in this country and around the world have literally stayed the same? The truth is that plastic products are made from petroleum, the same petroleum you use in your vehicle every day. Go to your local department store and see for yourself. Plastic toys, televisions, computers and other things made with plastic have not gone up at all. Go down to your local car dealership and look at the prices for an automobile. I will guess that plastic makes up about 30 percent to 40 percent on a new vehicle, yet the prices have stayed pretty much level in price.


If there are oil shortages, than how come the price of plastic hasn't increased at all?

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

Let's all beat up this drunk guy!

So this guy is drunk and behaving in the normal drunken stupor and two New Orleans cops kick his ass... because, get this... he stumbled into a police horse! Oh the humanity of it all! He's drunk. You don't arrest him. You get him off the street by driving him home, if he won't say where he lives, drop him off at a homeless shelter. That is, if you can find time in between your grand larceny joy rides.

But it's easier to beat up the drunk old man.

Praying for Hurricane victims?

Yeah, let's pray, that'll help them recover.

OR we could invest more money and BUILD A BETTER LEVEE SYSTEM!

OHMYGOD! It could work!

But if you are gonna rely on praying then let's just bulldoze all the existing levees and put the fate of New Orleans in God's hands.

Fucking idiots spending their time praying when they could do something more constructive and create better levees!

Donate to any charity, do work yourself, but don't waste your time praying! If praying worked then we wouldn't need levees, would we?

Harriet Miers has no credentials whatsoever.

Harriet Miers is not fit to be a Supreme Court Justice. You know why?

SHE HAS NEVER BEEN A JUDGE! How do we know how she will interpret the constitution? At least with Chief Justice John G. Roberts we have a good idea where he stands, but this stupid broad needs to go back to Texas! Give another go around at that Lottery hootenanny! Yee-haw!

Seriously, the fact that she has no judicial experience is the REASON why we need to delve into her religious beliefs, because who knows, she's probably one of these nutjobs who think they are God's hand or something.

But this sets an interesting precedent. Some day when someone I know is President, I too, will be able to be a Justice on the Supreme Court. I don't know about you, but I can't wait!

Harriet, go back to Texas and get some experience. KTHXBYE.

Sunday, October 9, 2005

Walkin down the street, pushin my mower.

Yesterday I saw a man pushing a lawn mower down Lombard Street in Downtown Baltimore. He wasn't just walking down the sidewalk with a push mower, he was walking down the sidewalk with a push mower towards a bus stop. He stopped at the bus stop. God only knows why he needed to take his lawn mower on the bus that day, God only knows... God help us all.

I can't believe I didn't have my camera...

Monday, October 3, 2005

Takin' it up the gas...

There is price gouging going on...

Eight Democratic governors asked two weeks ago for an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission, which already had begun the probe. "To price-gouge consumers under normal circumstances is dishonest enough, but to make money off of the severe misfortune of others is downright immoral," the governors said in a letter to the commission.

Lingle has asked Attorney General Mark Bennett to join other state attorneys general in supporting the FTC investigation of possible unlawful conduct. The Senate has approved a $1 million amendment to an appropriations bill to pay for the investigation.

In a letter to the FTC, the governors cited a study by Don Nichols, a University of Wisconsin economist, concluding that for gas prices to reach $3 a gallon, crude oil prices would have to reach $95 a barrel, about $30 more than they have remained in recent weeks.