Friday, December 29, 2006

He Swings!

I think this took way too long, but it's done. Now we need to after that stooge in Iran and duplicate hussien's fate.

Saddam Hussein, the ex-Iraqi dictator who probably supported al-Qaida during its preparations for the 9/11 attack on the U.S. and then abandoned Baghdad in front of advancing American military forces to retreat to an underground bunker, has been executed for ordering the deaths of his own countrymen.
Al Arabiya TV reported Hussein was hanged shortly before 10 p.m. Eastern.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

You won't see this in the Dinosaur (mainstream) Media

Chief Master Sgt. John Gebhardt in Iraq. He is the superintendent of the 22nd Wing Medical Group at the McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas. This picture was taken in October 2006 while stationed in Iraq. He is now back home in the United States.

His wife Mindy related the story: this baby girl’s entire family was executed by insurgents. “They intended to execute her also and shot her in the head but they failed to kill her. She was cared for by John’s hospital and healing up, but has been crying and moaning. The nurses said John is the only one she seems to calm down with, so John has spent the last four nights holding her while they both sleep in that chair. The girl is coming along with her healing.”

Monday, November 27, 2006

Which is bigger threat? Hattip WND

Illegal aliens murder12 Americans dailyDeath toll in 2006 far overshadows totalU.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, Afghanistan
Posted: November 28, 20061:00 a.m. Eastern
By Joseph Farah© 2006

WASHINGTON – While the military "quagmire" in Iraq was said to tip the scales of power in the U.S. midterm elections, most Americans have no idea more of their fellow citizens – men, women and children -- were murdered this year by illegal aliens than the combined death toll of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan since those military campaigns began.
Though no federal statistics are kept on murders or any other crimes committed by illegal aliens, a number of groups have produced estimates based on data collected from prisons, news reports and independent research.
Twelve Americans are murdered every day by illegal aliens, according to statistics released by Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y. If those numbers are correct, it translates to 4,380 Americans murdered annually by illegal aliens. That's 21,900 since Sept. 11, 2001.
Total U.S. troop deaths in Iraq as of last week were reported at 2,863. Total U.S. troop deaths in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Uzbekistan during the five years of the Afghan campaign are currently at 289, according to the Department of Defense.
(Story continues below)
But the carnage wrought by illegal alien murderers represents only a fraction of the pool of blood spilled by American citizens as a result of an open border and un-enforced immigration laws.

While King reports 12 Americans are murdered daily by illegal aliens, he says 13 are killed by drunk illegal alien drivers – for another annual death toll of 4,745. That's 23,725 since Sept. 11, 2001.

While no one – in or out of government – tracks traffic all U.S. accidents caused by illegal aliens, the statistical and anecdotal evidence suggests many of last year's 42,636 road deaths involved illegal aliens.

A report by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Study found 20 percent of fatal accidents involve at least one driver who lacks a valid license. In California, another study showed that those who have never held a valid license are about five times more likely to be involved in a fatal road accident than licensed drivers.
Statistically, that makes them an even greater danger on the road than drivers whose licenses have been suspended or revoked – and nearly as dangerous as drunk drivers.
King also reports eight American children are victims of sexual abuse by illegal aliens every day – a total of 2,920 annually.

Based on a one-year in-depth study, Deborah Schurman-Kauflin of the Violent Crimes Institute of Atlanta estimates there are about 240,000 illegal immigrant sex offenders in the United States who have had an average of four victims each. She analyzed 1,500 cases from January 1999 through April 2006 that included serial rapes, serial murders, sexual homicides and child molestation committed by illegal immigrants.
As the number of illegal aliens in the U.S. increases, so does the number of American victims.
According to Edwin Rubenstien, president of ESR Research Economic Consultants, in Indianapolis in 1980, federal and state correctional facilities held fewer than 9,000 criminal aliens. But at the end of 2003, approximately 267,000 illegal aliens were incarcerated in all U.S. jails and prisons.

While the federal government doesn't track illegal alien murders, illegal alien rapes or illegal alien drunk driving deaths, it has studied illegal aliens incarcerated in U.S. prisons.
In April 2005, the Government Accountability Office released a report on a study of 55,322 illegal aliens incarcerated in federal, state, and local facilities during 2003. It found the following:
The 55,322 illegal aliens studied represented a total of 459,614 arrests – some eight arrests per illegal alien;

Their arrests represented a total of about 700,000 criminal offenses – some 13 offenses per illegal alien;

36 percent had been arrested at least five times before.
"While the vast majority of illegal aliens are decent people who work hard and are only trying to make a better life for themselves and their families, (something you or I would probably do if we were in their place), it is also a fact that a disproportionately high percentage of illegal aliens are criminals and sexual predators," states Peter Wagner, author of a new report called "The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration." "That is part of the dark side of illegal immigration and when we allow the 'good' in we get the 'bad' along with them. The question is, how much 'bad' is acceptable and at what price?"

Wednesday, November 15, 2006

No fun, just business.

I was a fan of Rick W. till I saw this. I am throwing out my copy of "purpose driven life". Another religious loser, this is part of why we can't win elections. Liberals are at least united in their bass ackward cause. Hat tip to

Megapastor Rick Warren blasts Iraq war, praises SyriaOfficial state news report quotes 'Purpose-Driven' author criticizing U.S.
Posted: November 15, 20068:34 p.m. Eastern
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Syria's Grand Mufti Sheikh Badr al-Din Hassoun and Rick Warren
California mega-church pastor Rick Warren, author of the best-selling "Purpose-Driven Life," reportedly told a Syrian-controlled news agency the U.S. should have been holding dialogues with Damascus; Syrian Muslims and Christians co-exist peacefully; and the Syrian leadership is responsible for the nation's tolerance and stability.
That's according to the news agency SANA, which has issued a number of reports this week as Warren visits Syria and meets various leaders and officials, much to the dismay of many in the U.S.
"We at VCY America Radio network are appalled and angered that Rick Warren is praising a nation that has long supported international terrorism and that desires the utter destruction of Israel," said a statement from the broadcasting organization.
"The U.S. State Department reports that Syria – along with Iran – gives the Lebanese militia Hezbollah 'substantial amounts of financial, training, weapons, explosives, political, diplomatic, and organization aid.' The State Department also has documented that Iranian arms destined for Hezbollah pass through Syria on an ongoing basis," the group continued.
"Syria has also let Hezbollah operate in Lebanon and attack Israel, the results of which were seen in the July, 2006 violence between Hezbollah and Israel in which many lost their lives," the statement said.
The SANA reports included statements that:
"Pastor Warren hailed the religious coexistence, tolerance and stability that the Syrian society is enjoying due to the wise leadership of President al-Assad, asserting that he will convey the true image about Syria to the American people."
"Syria wants peace, and Muslims and Christians live in this country jointly and peacefully since more than a thousand years, and this is not new for Syria."
Warren told Syria's Islamic grand mufti there could be no peace in the region without Syria and 80 percent of Americans reject the U.S. administration's policies and actions in Iraq.
The comments attributed to Warren contradict documentation by the International Counter Terrorism organization and U.S. State Department of Syria's extensive use of terrorism for its political goals.
The ICT said "frequent use of the 'terror weapon' has been made by Syria against Lebanon, Jordan and the Palestinians" in an attempt "to impose Syrian hegemony over them and bring them into line with Syrian policy."
"The main Lebanese leaders killed by Syrian proxies were: Bashir Gemayel (who was accused by Syrian propaganda of being a 'Zionist proxy'); and Kamal Jumblatt (accused of being a 'traitor' and an 'American agent.')," the ICT said.
Syria also has used terror tactics against Egypt and Iraq, although less successfully, the ICT said, but it has been used against Christians in 1978 and in the city of Zahle in 1980, and even against Muslim residents of Beirut.
The broadcast group says Warren "has no business involving himself in any role that appears to be representative of the United States and his promise to Syria to present a brighter view of that nation to America and Saddleback members demonstrates his willingness to serve as a mindless shill for a nation that embraces terror as a legitimate way of solving problems."
Messages left with Saddleback requesting a comment were not returned immediately.
But Mark D. Tooley, writing in also noted "Warren has reportedly promised to carry that state sponsor of terrorism's propaganda message back to the U.S."
He accused Warren of being adrift in a religiously left direction.
"The supposed quote from Warren reads like a news release from Assad's propaganda ministry. Perhaps, the translation into Arabic and back into English does not do Warren justice. We can hope," he wrote.
"Needless to note, there was no mention by the Warren delegation, at least not as mentioned by SANA, about Syria's one-party police state, its political prisoners, its chambers of torture, its support for Hezbollah terrorism in Lebanon, and its continued devotion to the destruction of Israel," he wrote.
Freedom House notes Syrian people have no way to change their government and no influence into its policies.
This is a nation, Tooley wrote, "where only the ruling Baathist Party and its allies are permitted to win elections, where all news media are owned or controlled by the government, where independent labor unions are prohibited, where universities must proclaim Baathist Party policies, where clerics are appointed by the government, where the president by law must be Muslim, and where women's limited rights are governed by Islamic Sharia law, even though the government is ostensibly secular."
No new Christian school has been allowed to be built in 40 years, and all schools by law must have Muslim principals, Freedom House said.
"It is a sad story, repeated often. Big-name U.S. preachers, often otherwise sensible and orthodox in their faith, visit despotic regimes and naively curry favor with police state thugs," Tooley wrote, resulting in "a propaganda bonanza for the tyrants."
Saddleback, with 30,000 members, was begun by Rick and Kay Warren in 1979 and now has more than 200 ministries in the Orange County area.
His popular book, which has sold about 12 million copies, focuses on worship, fellowship, discipleship, ministry and evangelism. It tells readers the life is "not about you," and shows how God can enable each one to live for His purposes.
Warren already is scheduled to preach in North Korea next year.

Saturday, September 23, 2006

Two kinds of JackA$$

"If this happened in California the perv would go free and they would charge the 15 men. Thank God it happened in TEXAS! It's a sad time we live in here in Cali that we would not look at who the real demon is. Of course my asnswer is a bullet to the face."
Sept. 22, 2006, 10:38PM
Residents beat man accused of showing porn
Associated Press

DALLAS : About a dozen residents of a Dallas neighborhood beat a man after reports that he had been showing pornographic pictures to children on a playground, police said.
Brandon Scott Burke, 20, showed up Wednesday at an Oak Cliff apartment complex and was alleged to have shown a magazine with pictures of naked women to some of the children playing there, police said.
When one of the mothers saw him and asked Burke what he was doing, he tried to run and the woman started screaming, said Elizabeth Williams, the mother of another child. According to a police report, Burke said about 15 men "jumped him and hit him repeatedly on the face with their fists." He suffered minor injuries, police said.
At least four children saw the nude pictures, police said. Burke was arrested on suspicion of harmful display to a minor. [END]

I saw Jacka$$ 2 last night. It was funny but absolutely not for anyone under the age of I'd say 17. There were moments I was laughing so hard I almost hurled but the gross factor is definitely a 10. Nudity was also abundant (including male frontal), tasteless is aguaranteee. No positive value whatsoever, violent and gross I give 1.5 skull and crutch flags for Jack@ss 2

what have I become? my sweetest friend; everyone I know goes away in the end, you could have it all my empire of dirt, I will let you down, I will make you hurt -TOOL

Monday, September 11, 2006

9/11 Never Forget

We haven't killed nearly enough terrorist yet. After watching ABC last night (first time in a long time) I was angered over the last presidential administrations (we'll call it Slick Willy and the Gang) complete lack of ANYTHING to do about terrorism. But this bubbled up all the deep seeded anger I had been storing away for exactly 5 years. 5 years of being disappointed with the current Presidents lack of enough balls to stand up to hippie, scumbag, leftist, liberal, pinko, commie, tree hugging, did I say scumbag?, Jew hating, America hating, Godless, unwashed freaks. Until the very moderate Bush grows a pair we will be kowtowing to midget losers like Kim Jung-Il and Amidinijad instead of blowing their asses to HELL where they belong. Hell might be to nice a place for them. I have some pliers, they can stay in my basement and I will show them what PAIN means. It's time to un-shackle our MARINES, ARMY, NAVY and AIR FORCE and let them do what they do best. Clear out the B.S. red tape and let their bloody talents shine. I can't say enough about our fighting men and how much respect I have for the guys who go out and fight with out being swayed by the lies and deceit coming from the main stream media. Don't take this lightly I am NOT joking. THE ONLY WAY TO DEAL WITH TERRORISM IS DEATH, THEM OR US. You make the call, there is no negotiating, there is no peace agreements, either we die or they do. I don't know about you, I am ready to meet my maker, but that doesn't mean I want it to be today. I want to go when I am old and gray and in the Country I LOVE. I won't be force converted, I won't live as a slave under shar'ia. I can't love my enemy, and I won't turn the other cheek, GOD will judge me for that. No one else. NOW I SAY FIGHT! THIS IS WAR, NOT AMERICA VS. TERRORIST, GOOD VS. EVIL. MORE PEOPLE WILL DIE AND WILL FEEL THE SORROW FOR EACH ONE BUT THERE IS NO OTHER OPTION.

Sunday, August 6, 2006

Ballad of Ricky Bobby & a Jewish Death March

Last night I saw "Talladega Nights; The Legend of Ricky Bobby". This was a very funny and exceedingly simple movie. I can see some NASCAR fans being turned off by the constant knocks at the racing and religion. But if you can laugh at yourself you will probably like Ricky Bobby. Go in with no expectations and don't read into anything and it's all good. Deserving of it's PG-13 rating, I give TNTLRB 3 out or 4 checkered flags.

Does anyone else think it's odd that Jews are being exterminated without prejudice and no one seems to care. All I hear the MSM say is the Jews are too much of this and overactive about that. Sounds a lot like the beginnings of WW2 to me, and like last time we are sitting on our hands.

You can't teach an old pig new tricks.

It's just one of those days, feelin like a freight train First one to complain, leaves with the blood stain Damn right I'm a maniac, you better watch your back Cuz I'm f*cking up your program, and if you're stuck up, your just lucked up Next in line to get f*cked up, your best bet is to stay away motherf*cker! It's just one of those days!- Limp Bizkit

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Bloodrayne = 500lb Bomb

I saw Bloodrayne the other day and all I have to say is BOMB. The acting was horrible, the plot was full of gaps and the story was poor writing at best. It seems Loken might have been good in T3 because she didn't talk (and she's easy on the eyes, in BR she had this hideous orange hair). Even a gratuitous sex scene couldn't help this movie. I have to acknowledge the one good part was the 80's style blood spraying and limb chopping (gross but not scary). Ben Kingsley was in it too, it seems he'll take any part you throw at him. NO stars for this WASTE OF TIME AND AIR. Do not rent this, you will regret it and if you paid to see this at the theater you should demand you money back from the studio.

While we are on the topic of bombs, I wanted to give a shout-out to the US AIR FORCE for dropping 1000lbs. of SCREW YOU on Abu Musab Al-Zarqawi's overly large head. The best part is he lived just long enough to see AMERICAN soldiers picking up his intel before he died. I hope he is happy in HELL with his 72 virgin goats. I have posted before and I will continue posting that they all have to DIE, no prison, no mercy, no compassion. Death is the ONLY way to stop them. I know your saying "but why can't we talk to them, try to be diplomatic?" Thanks for the question, the answer is BECAUSE IT WON'T WORK. It is in their religion to kill or enslave any peoples that are not muslime. If you don't believe me than get "The Politically Incorrect Guide to Islam and the Crusades" if you think that is to one sided then get a copy of the koran. Not one of the pretty cleaned up American korans, get and old copy from a used book store and read it! If you thing that smiting the necks of our enemies is the same as LOVE thy ENEMY then come to me and I will SLAP THE HELL OUT OF YOU (literally).

But I'll take my time anywhereFree to speak my mind anywhereAnd I'll redefine anywhereAnywhere I may roamWhere I lay my head is home...and the earth becomes my throneI adapt to the unknownUnder wandering stars I've grownBy myself but not aloneI ask no one- Metallica

Friday, May 12, 2006

Grandma's Boy & an Invisible Man

I saw "Grandma's Boy" today, let me first say this was one of the most degenerate movies I have ever seen. Second, I laughed a little, despite the "need a shower" feeling that came with it. Third, it was funnier than most of Adam Sandler's movies, which isn't saying much; I know. 2 stars out of 5 for Gma's Boy due to one funny Chimp they call "Monkey" and a funny supernerd, nothing more. Sandler should retire before the public figures out he SUCKS.

When Bill Jones ran against Diane Finestein in '04, he received 34% of the vote, she got 42%, and Jones didn't campaign AT ALL. The question is why? I hate Barbarian Boxer more than Feinstein, so why haven't the Republican'ts put up a nominee? A 10% switch would give us the seat. There is a guy named Mountjoy running against Boxer, but life Jones he is not campaigning at all. I am sure that if the conservatives in Cali saw someone they could stand behind, that person would be elected. Our pull was shown when we dumped Gray Davis, it could happen again. I believe the Republican Party has turned its back on the people in Cali and the Country. I know the first thought is to jump ship, vote in a Dem and show them we aren't happy but I am afraid that can't happen, seeing the utter failure of New Orleans tells me that Dems can't be trusted for a second. So we are stuck voting in a lame republican; see GW Bush... My Idea is flood as many Conservatives in as we can good, bad and ugly. When the Party sees that is in a (extended) winning position maybe they will find the Conservative Values they lost and we can be proud of the title Republican again. Without that I fear our Country's future is limited to 50 years tops, though more like 25 if the Dems take over. I'D BE WORRIED IF I WERE YOU!

And it all crashes down when you break your crown And you point your finger But there's no one around, Just want one thing, Just to play the king, But the castle crumbled And you've left with just a name Where's your crown? ***KING NOTHING***- Metallica

Tuesday, April 11, 2006

A Sound of Thunder coming to GET YOU

I saw "A Sound of Thunder" which by far was one of the worst movies ever. Don't people watch these crap movies before they hit the theater. Ray Bradburry must be spinning in his grave. I mean the book was awesome, the move was like a pile of manure. NO STARS for a sound of what cold have been awesome thunder.

If you haven't read the Politicaly Incorrect Guide to Islam & the Crusades, read this then go get that book. Your life may depend on it!

An essay by a man named Dan Simmons: 2006 Message from DanGreetings Readers, Friends, and Other Visitors:The Time Traveler appeared suddenly in my study on New Years Eve, 2004. He was a stolid, grizzled man in a gray tunic and looked to be in his late-sixties or older. He also appeared to be the veteran of wars or of some terrible accident since he had livid scars on his face and neck and hands, some even visible in his scalp beneath a fuzz of gray hair cropped short in a military cut. One eye was covered by a black eyepatch. Before I could finish dialing 911 he announced in a husky voice that he was a Time Traveler come back to talk to me about the future.Being a sometimes science-fiction writer but not a fool, I said, Prove it.Do you remember Replay? he said.My finger hovered over the final 1 in my dialing. The 1987 novel? I said. By Ken Grimwood?The stranger Time Traveler, psychotic, home invader, whatever he was nodded.I hesitated. The novel by Grimwood had won the World Fantasy Award a year or two after my first-novel, Song of Kali, had. Grimwoods book was about a guy who woke up one morning to find himself snapped back decades in his life, from the late 1980s to himself as a college student in 1963, and thus getting the chance to relive to replay that life again, only this time acting upon what hed already learned the hard way. In the book, the character, who was to experience suffer several Replays, learned that there were other people from his time who were also Replaying their lives in the past, their bodies younger but their memories intact. Id greatly enjoyed the book, thought it deserved the award, and had been sad to hear that Grimwood had died . . . when? . . . in 2003.So, I thought, I might have a grizzled nut case in my study this New Years Eve, but if he was a reader and a fan of Replay, he was probably just a sci-fi fan grizzled nut case, and therefore probably harmless. Possibly. Maybe.I kept my finger poised over the final 1 in 911.What does that book have to do with you illegally entering my home and study? I askedThe stranger smiled almost sadly I thought. You asked me to prove that Im a Time Traveler, he said softly. Do you remember how Grimwoods character in Replay went hunting for others in the 1960s who had traveled back in time from the late 1980s?I did remember now. Id thought it clever at the time. The guy in Replay, once he suspected others were also replaying into the past, had taken out personal ads in major city newspapers around the country. The ads were concise. Do you remember Three Mile Island, Challenger, Watergate, Reaganomics? If so, contact me at . . .Before I could say anything else on this New Years Eve of 2004, a few hours before 2005 began, the stranger said, Terri Schiavo, Katrina, New Orleans under water, Ninth Ward, Ray Nagin, Superdome, Judge John Roberts, White Sox sweep the Astros in four to win the World Series, Pope Benedict XVI, Scooter Libby.Wait, wait! I said, scrambling for a pen and then scrambling even faster to write. Ray who? Pope who? Scooter who?Youll recognize it all when you hear it all again, said the stranger. Ill see you in a year and well have our conversation.Wait! I repeated. What was that middle apart . . . Ray Nugin? Judge who? John Roberts? Who is . . . But when I looked up he was gone.White Sox win the Series? I muttered into the silence. Fat chance...I was waiting for him on New Years Eve 2005. I didnt see him enter. I looked up from the book I was fitfully reading and he was standing in the shadows again. I didnt dial 911 this time, nor demand any more proof. I waved him to the leather wingchair and said, Would you like something to drink?Scotch, he said. Single malt if you have it.I did.Our conversation ran over two hours, but the following is the gist of it. Im a novelist by trade. I remember conversations pretty well. (Not as perfectly as Truman Capote was said to be able to recall long conversations word for word, but pretty well.)The Time Traveler wouldnt tell me what year in the future he was from. Not even the decade or century. But the gray cord trousers and blue-gray wool tunic top he was wearing didnt look very far-future science-fictiony or military, no Star Trekky boots or insignia, just wellworn clothes that looked like something a guy who worked with his hands a lot would wear. Construction maybe.I know you cant tell me details about the future because of time travel paradoxes, I began. I hadnt spent a lifetime reading and then writing SF for nothing.Oh, bugger time travel paradoxes, said the Time Traveler. They dont exist. I could tell you anything I want to and it wont change anything. I just choose not to tell you some things.I frowned at this. Time travel paradoxes dont exist? But surely if I go back in time and kill my grandfather before he meets my grandmother . . .The Time Traveler laughed and sipped his Scotch. Would you want to kill your grandfather? he said. Or anyone else?Well . . .Hitler maybe, I said weakly.The Traveler smiled, but more ironically this time. Good luck, he said. But dont count on succeeding.I shook my head. But surely anything you tell me now about the future will change the future, I said.I gave you a raft of facts about your future a year ago as my bona fides, said the Time Traveler. Did it change anything? Did you save New Orleans from drowning?I won $50 betting on the White Sox in October, I admitted.The Time Traveler only shook his head. Quod erat demonstrandum, he said softly. I could tell you that the Mississippi River flows generally south. Would your knowing about it change its course or flow or flooding?I thought about this. Finally I said, Why did you come back? Why do you want to talk to me? What do you want me to do?I came back for my own purposes, said the Time Traveler, looking around my booklined study. I chose you to talk to because it was . . . convenient. And I dont want you to do a goddamned thing. Theres nothing you can do. But relax . . . were not going to be talking about personal things. Such as, say, the year, day, and hour of your death. I dont even know that sort of trivial information, although I could look it up quickly enough. You can release that white-knuckled grip you have on the edge of your desk.I tried to relax. What do you want to talk about? I said.The Century War, said the Time Traveler.I blinked and tried to remember some history. You mean the Hundred Year War? Fifteenth Century? Fourteenth? Sometime around there. Between . . . France and England? Henry V? Kenneth Branagh? Or was it . . .I mean the Century War with Islam, interrupted the Time Traveler. Your future. Everyones. He was no longer smiling. Without asking, or offering to pour me any, he stood, refilled his Scotch glass, and sat again. He said, It was important to me to come back to this time early on in the struggle. Even if only to remind myself of how unspeakably blind you all were.You mean the War on Terrorism, I said.I mean the Long War with Islam, he said. The Century War. And its not over yet where I come from. Not close to being over.You cant have a war with Islam, I said. You cant go to war against a religion. Radical Islam, maybe. Jihadism. Some extremists. But not a . . . the . . . religion itself. The vast majority of Muslims in the world are peaceloving people who wish us no harm. I mean . . . I mean . . . the very word Islam means Peace.So you kept telling yourselves, said the Time Traveler. His voice was very low but there was a strange and almost frightening edge to it. But the peace in Islam means Submission. Youll find that out soon enoughGreat, I was thinking. Of all the time travelers in all the gin joints in all the world, I get this racist, xenophobic, right-wing asshole.After Nine-eleven, were fighting terrorism, I began, not . . .He waved me into silence.You were a philosophy major or minor at that podunk little college you went to long ago, said the Time Traveler. Do you remember what Category Error is?It rang a bell. But I was too irritated at hearing my alma mater being called a podunk little college to be able to concentrate fully.Ill tell you what it is, said the Time Traveler. In philosophy and formal logic, and it has its equivalents in science and business management, Category Error is the term for having stated or defined a problem so poorly that it becomes impossible to solve that problem, through dialectic or any other means.I waited. Finally I said firmly, You cant go to war with a religion. Or, I mean . . . sure, you could . . . the Crusades and all that . . . but it would be wrong.The Time Traveler sipped his Scotch and looked at me. He said, Let me give you an analogy . . .God, I hated and distrusted analogies. I said nothing.Lets imagine, said the Time Traveler, that on December eighth, Nineteen forty-one, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt spoke before a joint session of Congress and asked them to declare war on aviation.Thats absurd, I said.Is it? asked the Time Traveler. The American battleships, cruisers, harbor installations, Army barracks, and airfields at Pearl Harbor and elsewhere in Hawaii were all struck by Japanese aircraft. Imagine if the next day Roosevelt had declared war on aviation . . . threatening to wipe it out wherever we found it. Committing all the resources of the United States of America to defeating aviation, so help us God.Thats just stupid, I said. If Id ever been afraid of this Time Traveler, I wasnt now. He was obviously a mental defective.The planes, the Japanese planes, I said, were just a method of attack . . . a means . . . it wasnt aviation that attacked us at Pearl Harbor, but the Empire of Japan. We declared war on Japan and a few days later its ally, Germany, lived up to its treaty with the Japanese and declared war on us. If wed declared war on aviation, on goddamned airplanes rather than the empire and ideology that launched them, wed never have . . .I stopped. What had he called it? Category Error. Making the problem unsolvable through your inability or fear of defining it correctly.The Time Traveler was smiling at me from the shadows. It was a small, thin, cold smile holding no humor in it, I was sure -- but still a smile of sorts. It seemed more sad than gloating as my sudden silence stretched on.What do you know about Syracuse? he asked suddenly.I blinked again. Syracuse, New York? I said at last.He shook his head slowly. Thucydides Syracuse, he said softly. Syracuse circa 415 B.C. The Syracuse Athens invaded.It was . . . part of the Peloponnesian War, I ventured.He waited for more but I had no more to give. I loved history, but lets admit it . . . that was ancient history. Still, I felt that I should have been able to tell him,or at least remember, why Syracuse was important in the Peloponnesian War or why they fought there or who fought exactly or who had won or . . . something. I hated feeling like a dull student around this scarred old man.The war between Athens and its allies and Sparta and its allies a war for nothing less than hegemony over the entire known world at that time began in 431 B.C., said the Time Traveler. After seventeen years of almost constant fighting, with no clear or permanent advantage for either side, Athens under the leadership of Alcibiades at the time decided to widen the war by conquering Sicily, the Great Greece they called it, an area full of colonies and the key to maritime commerce at the time the way the Strait of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf is today.I hate being lectured to at the best of times, but something about the tone and timber of the Time Travelers voice soft, deep, rasping, perhaps thickened a bit by the whiskey made this sound more like a story being told around a campfire. Or perhaps a bit like one of Garrison Keillors Lake Wobegon stories on Prairie Home Companion. I settled deeper into my chair and listened.Syracuse wasnt a direct enemy of the Athenians, continued the Time Traveler, but it was quarreling with a local Athenian colony and the democracy of Athens used that as an excuse to launch a major expedition against it. It was a big deal Athens sent 136 triremes, the best fighting ships in the world then and landed 5,000 soldiers right under the citys walls.The Athenians had enjoyed so much military success in recent years, including their invasion of Melos, that Thucydides wrote So thoroughly had the present prosperity persuaded the Athenians that nothing could withstand them, and that they could achieve what was possible and what was impracticable alike, with means ample or inadequate it mattered not. The reason for this was their general extraordinary success, which made them confuse their strengths with their hopes.Oh, hell, I said, this is going to be a lecture about Iraq, isnt it? Look . . . I voted for John Kerry last year and . . .Listen to me, the Time Traveler said softly. It was not a request. There was steel in that soft, rasping voice. Nicias, the Athenian general who ended up leading the invasion, warned against it in 415 B.C. He said We must not disguise from ourselves that we go to found a city among strangers and enemies, and that he who undertakes such an enterprise should be prepared to become master of the country the first day he lands, or failing in this to find everything hostile to him. Nicias, along with the Athenian poet and general Demosthenes, would see their armies destroyed at Syracuse and then they would both be captured and put to death by the Syracusans. Sparta won big in that two-year debacle for Athens. The war went on for seven more years, but Athens never recovered from that overreaching at Syracuse, and in the end . . . Sparta destroyed it. Conquered the Athenian empire and its allies, destroyed Athens democracy, ruined the entire balance of power and Greek hegemony over the known world at the time . . . ruined everything. All because of a miscalculation about Syracuse.I sighed. I was sick of Iraq. Everyone was sick of Iraq on New Years Eve, 2005, both Bush supporters and Bush haters. It was just an ugly mess. They just had an election, I said. The Iraqi people. They dipped their fingers in purple ink and . . .Yes yes, interrupted the Time Traveler as if recalling something further back in time, and much less important, than Athens versus Syracuse. The free elections. Purple fingers. Democracy in the Mid-East. The Palestinians are voting as well. You will see in the coming year what will become of all that.The Time Traveler drank some Scotch, closed his eyes for a second, and said, Sun Tzu writes The side that knows when to fight and when not to will take the victory. There are roadways not to be traveled, armies not to be attacked, walled cities not to be assaulted.All right, goddammit, I said irritably. Your points made. So we shouldnt have invaded Iraq in this . . . what did you call it? This Long War with Islam, this Century War. Were all beginning to realize that here by the end of 2005.The Time Traveler shook his head. Youve understood nothing Ive said. Nothing. Athens failed in Syracuse and doomed their democracy not because they fought in the wrong place and at the wrong time, but because they werent ruthless enough. They had grown soft since their slaughter of every combat-age man and boy on the island of Melos, the enslavement of every woman and girl there. The democratic Athenians, in regards to Syracuse, thought that once engaged they could win without absolute commitment to winning, claim victory without being as ruthless and merciless as their Spartan and Syracusan enemies. The Athenians, once defeat loomed, turned against their own generals and political leaders and their official soothsayers. If General Nicias or Demosthenes had survived their captivity and returned home, the people who sent them off with parades and strewn flower petals in their path would have ripped them limb from limb. They blamed their own leaders like a sun-maddened dog ripping and chewing at its own belly.I thought about this. I had no idea what the hell he was saying or how it related to the future.You came back in time to lecture me about Thucydides? I said. Athens? Syracuse? Sun-Tzu? No offense, Mr. Time Traveler, but who gives a damn?The Time Traveler rose so quickly that I flinched back in my chair, but he only refilled his Scotch. This time he refilled my glass as well. You probably should give a damn he said softly. In 2006, youll be ripping and tearing at yourselves so fiercely that your nation the only one on Earth actually fighting against resurgent caliphate Islam in this long struggle over the very future of civilization will become so preoccupied with criticizing yourselves and trying to gain short-term political advantage, that youll all forget that theres actually a war for your survival going on. Twenty-five years from now, every man or woman in America who wishes to vote will be required to read Thucydides on this matter. And others as well. And there are tests. If you dont know some history, you dont vote . . . much less run for office. Americas vacation from knowing history ends very soon now . . . for you, I mean. And for those few others left alive in the world who are allowed to vote.Youre shitting me, I said.I am shitting you not, said the Time Traveler.Those few others left alive who are allowed to vote? I said, the words just now striking me like hardthrown stones. What the hell are you talking about? Has our government taken away all our civil liberties in this awful future of yours?He laughed then and this time it was a deep, hearty, truly amused laugh. Oh, yes, he said when the laughter abated a bit. He actually wiped away tears from his one good eye. I had almost forgotten about your fears of your, our . . . civil liberties . . . being abridged by our own government back in these last stupidity-allowed years of 2005 and 2006 and 2007 . Where exactly do you see this repression coming from?Well . . . I said. I hate it when I start a sentence with well, especially in an argument. Well, the Patriot Act. Bush authorizing spying on Americans . . . international phonecalls and such. Uh . . . I think mosques in the States are under FBI surveillance. I mean, they want to look up what library books were reading, for Gods sake. Big Brother. 1984. You know.The Time Traveler laughed again, but with more edge this time. Yes, I know, he said. We all know . . . up there in the future which some of you will survive to see as free people. Civil liberties. In 2006 you still fear yourselves and your own institutions first, out of old habit. A not unworthy if fatally misguided and terminally masochistic paranoia. I will tell you right now, and this is not a prediction but a history lesson, some of your grandchildren will live in dhimmitude.Zimmi . . . what? I said.He spelled it out. What had sounded like a z was the dh. Id never heard the word and I told him so.Then get off your ass and Google it, said the Time Traveler, his one working eye glinting with something like fury. Dhimmitude. You can also look up the word dhimmi, because thats what two of your three grandchildren will be called. Dhimmis. Dhimmitude is the system of separate and subordinate laws and rules they will live under. Look up the word sharia while youre Googling dhimmi, because that is the only law they will answer to as dhimmis, the only justice they can hope for . . . they and tens and hundreds of millions more now who are worried in your time about invisible abridgements of their civil liberties by their oppressive American and European democratically elected governments.He audibly sneered this last part. I wondered now if the fury I sensed in him was a result of his madness, or if the reverse were true.Where will my grandchildren suffer this dhimmitude? I asked. My mouth was suddenly so dry I could barely speak.Eurabia, said the Time Traveler.Theres no such place, I said.He gave me his one-eyed stare. My stomach suddenly lurched and I wished Id drunk no Scotch. Words, I said.The Time Traveler raised one scar-slashed eyebrow.Last year you gave me words about 2005, I said. The kind of words Ken Grimwoods replayers in time would have put in the newspaper to find each other. Give me more now. Or, better yet, just fucking tell me what youre talking about. You said it wouldnt matter. You said that my knowing wont change anything, any more than I can change the direction the Mississippi is flowing . So tell me, God damn it!He began by giving me words. Even while I was scribbling them down, I was thinking of reading Id been doing recently about the joy with which the Victorian Englishmen and 19th Century Europeans and Americans greeted the arrival of the 20th Century. The toasts, especially among the intellectual elite, on New Years Eve 1899 had been about the coming glories of technology liberating them, of the imminent Second Enlightenment in human understanding, of the certainty of a just one-world government, of the end of war for all time.Instead, what words would a time traveler or poor Replay victim put in his London Times or Berliner Zeitung or New York Times on January 1, 1900, to find his fellow travelers displaced in time? Auschwitz, I was sure, and Hiroshima and Trinity Site and Holocaust and Hitler and Stalin and . . .The clock in my study chimed midnight.Jesus God. Did I want to hear such words about 2006 and the rest of the 21st Century from the Time Traveler?Ahmadenijad, he said softly. Natanz. Arak. Bushehr. Ishafan. Bonab. Ramsar.Those words dont mean a damned thing to me, I said as I scribbled them down phonetically. Where are they? What are they?Youll know soon enough, said the Time Traveler.Are you talking about . . . what? . . . the next fifteen or twenty years? I said.Im talking about the next fifteen or twenty months from your now, he said softly. Do you want more words?I didnt. But I couldnt speak just then.General Seyed Reza Pardis, intoned the Time Traveler. Shehab-one, Shehab-two, Shehab-three. Tel Aviv. Baghdad International Airport, Al Salem U.S. airbase in Kuwait, Camp Dawhah U.S. Army base in Kuwait, al Seeb U.S. airbase in Oman, al Udeid U.S. Army and Air Force base in Qatar. Haifa. Beir-Shiva. Dimona.Oh, fuck, I said. Oh, Jesus. I had no clue as to who or what Shehab One, Two, or Three might be, but the context and litany alone made me want to throw up.This is just the beginning, said the Time Traveler.Wasnt the beginning on September 11, 2001? I managed through numb lips.The one-eyed scarred man shook his head. Historians in my time know that it began on June 5, 1968, he said. But it hasnt really begun for you yet. For any of you.I thought What on earth happened on the fifth of June, 1968? Im old enough to remember. I was in college then. Working that summer and . . . Kennedy. Robert F. Kennedys assassination. Now on to Chicago and the nomination! Sirhan Sirhan. Was the Time Traveler trying to give me some kind of half-assed Oliver-Stone-JFK-movie garbled up conspiracy theory?What . . . I began.Galveston, interrupted the Time Traveler. The Space Needle. Bank of America Plaza in Dallas. Renaissance Tower in Dallas. Bank One Center in Dallas. The Indianapolis 500 one hour and twenty-three minutes into the race. The Bell South Building in Atlanta. The TransAmerica Pyramid in San Francisco . . .Stop, I said. Just stop.The Golden Gate Bridge, persisted the Time Traveler. The Guggenheim in Bilbao. The New Reichstag in Berlin. Albert Hall. Saint Pauls Cathedral . . .Shut the fuck up! I shouted. All these places cant disappear in the rest of this century, your goddamned Century War or not! I dont believe it.I didnt say in the rest of your century, said the Time Traveler, his torn voice almost a whisper now. Im talking about your next fifteen years. And Ive barely begun.Youre nuts, I said. Youre not from the future. You escaped from some asylum.The Time Traveler nodded. Thats more true than you know, he said. I come from a place and time where your grandchildren and hundreds of millions of other dhimmi are compelled to write pbuh after the Prophets name. They wear gold crosses and gold Stars of David sewn onto their clothing. The Nazis didnt invent the wearing of the Star of David . . . the marking and setting apart of the Jews in society. Muslims did that centuries ago in they lands they conquered, European and otherwise. They will refine it and update it, not toward the more merciful, in the lands they occupy through the decades ahead of you.Youre crazy, I cried, standing. My hands were balled into fists. Islam is a religion . . . a religion of peace . . . not our enemy. We cant be at war with a religion. Thats obscene.Have you read the Quran and learned your Sunnah? asked the Time Traveler. It would behoove you to do so. Dhimmi means protection. And your children and grandchildren will be protected . . . like cattle.To hell with you, I said.Your dhimmi poll tax will be called jizya, said the Time Traveler. His voice suddenly sounded very weary.Your land tax for being an infidel, even for fellow People of the Book Christians and Jews will be called kharaz. Both of these taxes will be in addition to your mandatory alms the zakat. The punishment for failure to pay, or for paying late, a punishment meted out by your local qadi, religious judge, is death by stoning or beheading.I folded my arms and looked away from the Time Traveler.Under sharia which will be the universal law of Eurabia, persisted the Time Traveler, the value of a dhimmis life, the value of your grandchildren, is one half the value of a Muslims life. Jews and Christians are worth one-third of a Muslim. Indian Parsees are worth one-fifteenth. In a court of the Eurabian Caliphate or the Global Khalifate, if a Muslim murders a dhimmi, any infidel, he must pay a blood money fine not to exceed one thousand euros. No Muslim will ever be jailed or sentenced to death for the murder of any dhimmi or any number of dhimmis. If the murders were done under the auspices of Universal Compulsive Jihad, which will be sanctioned by sharia as of 2019 Common Era, all blood money fines are waived.Go away, I said. Go back to wherever you came from.I come from here, said the Time Traveler. From not so far from here.Bullshit, I said.Your enemies have gathered and struck and continue to strike and you, the innocents of 2006 and beyond, fight among yourselves, chew and rip at your own bellies, blame your brothers and yourselves and your institutions of the Enlightenment law, tolerance, science, democracy even while your enemies grow stronger.How are we supposed to know who our enemies are? I turned and growled at him. The world is a complex place. Morality is a complex thing.Your enemy is he who will give his life to kill you, said the Time Traveler. Your enemies are they that wish you and your children and your grandchildren dead and who are willing to sacrifice themselves, or support those fanatics who will sacrifice themselves, to see you and your institutions destroyed. You havent figured that out yet the majority of you fat, sleeping, smug, infinitely stupid Americans and Europeans.He stood and set the Scotch glass back in its place on my sideboard. How, we wonder in my time, he said softly, can you ignore the better part of a billion people who say aloud that they are willing to kill your children . . . or condone and celebrate the killing of them? And ignore them as they act on what they say? We do not understand you.I still had not turned to face him, but was looking over my shoulder at him.The world, as it turns out, continued the Time Traveler, is not nearly so complex a place as your liberal and gentle minds sought to make it.I did not respond.Thucydides taught us more than twenty-four hundred years ago counting back from your time that all mens behavior is guided by phobos, kerdos, and doxa, said the Time Traveler. Fear, self-interest, and honor.I pretended I did not hear.Plato saw human behavior as a chariot pulled by precisely those three powerful and headstrong horses, first tugged this way, then pulled that way, continued the Time Traveler. Phobos, kerdos, doxa. Fear, self-interest, honor. Which of these guides the chariot of your nation and your allies in Europe and your surprisingly fragile civilization now, O Man of 2006?I stared at the bookcase instead of the man and willed him gone, wishing him away like a sleepy boy willing away the boogeyman under his bed.Which combination of those three traits -- phobos, kerdos, doxa -- will save or doom your world? asked the Time Traveler. Which might bring you back from this vacation from history from historys responsibilities and historys burdens that you have all so generously gifted yourselves with? You peaceloving Europeans. You civil-liberties loving Americans? You Athenian invertebrates with your love of your own exalted sensibilities and your willingness to enter into a global war for civilizational survival even while you are too timid, too fearful . . . too decent . . . to match the ruthlessness of your enemies.I closed my eyes but that did not stop his voice.At least understand that such decency goes away quickly when you are burying your children and your grandchildren, rasped the Time Traveler. Or watching them suffer in slavery. Ruthlessness deferred against totalitarian aggression only makes the later need for ruthlessness more terrible. Thousands of years of history and war should have taught you that. Did you fools learning nothing from living through the charnel house that was the 20th Century?Id had enough. I opened my eyes, turned, reached into the top left drawer of my desk, and pulled out the .38 revolver that I had owned for twenty-three years and fired only twice, at firing ranges, shortly after it was given to me as a gift.I aimed it at the Time Traveler. Get out, I said.He showed no reaction. Do you want more than words? he asked softly. I will give you more than words. I give you eight million Jews dead in Israel incinerated and many more dead Jews in Eurabia and around the world. I give you the continent of Europe cast back more than five hundred years into sad pools of warring civilizations.Get out, I repeated, aiming the revolver higher.I give you an Asian world in chaos, a Pacific rim ruled by China after the vacuum of Americas withdrawal this nations full resources devoted to fighting, and possibly losing, the Century War a South America and Mexico lost to corruption and appeasement, a resurgent Russian Empire that has reclaimed its old dominated republics and more, and a Canada split into three hateful nations.I cocked the pistol. The click sounded very loud in the small room.We were speaking about ruthlessness, said the Time Traveler. If you fail to understand it at first, you learn it quickly enough in a war like the one you are allowing to come. Would you like to hear the litany of Islamic shrines and cities that will blossom in nuclear retaliatory fire in the decades to come?Get out, I said for a final time. Im ruthless enough to shoot you, and by God I will if you dont get out of here.The Time Traveler nodded. As you wish. But you should hear two last words, two last names . . .religious judge Ubar ibn al-Khattab and rector-imam Ismail Nawahda of New Al-Azhar University in London, part of the 200,000-man Golden Mosque of the New Islamic Khalifate in Eurabia.What are those names to me or me to them? I asked. My finger was on the trigger of the cocked .38.These religious officials were on the Islamic Tribunal that sentenced two dhimmis to death by stoning and beheading, said the Time Traveler. The dhimmis were your two grandsons, Thomas and Daniel.What was . . . will be . . . their crime? I was able to ask after a long minute. My tongue felt like a strip of rough cotton.They dated two Muslim women Thomas while he was in London on business, Daniel while visiting his aging mother, your daughter, in Canada without first converting to Islam. That part of sharia, Islamic law, is called hudud, and we know quite a bit about it in my time. Your grandsons didnt know the young women were Muslim since they both were dressed in modern garb - -thus violating their own societys ironclad rule of Hijab modesty. The girls, I hear, also died, but those were not sharia sentences. Not hudud. Their brothers and fathers murdered them. Honor killings . . . I think youve already heard the phrase by 2006.If I were to shoot him, I had to do it now. My hand was shaking more fiercely every second.Of course, the odds against one sharia court in London sentencing both your grandsons to death for crimes committed as far apart as London and Quebec City is too much of a coincidence to believe in, continued the Time Traveler. As is the fact that they would both be introduced to Muslim girls, without knowing they were Muslim, and go on a single dinner date with them at the same time, in cities so far apart. And Thomas was married. I know he thought he was having a business dinner with a client.What . . . I began, my arm holding the pistol shaking as if palsied.The Time Traveler laughed a final time. All of your grandsons names were on lists. You wrote something . . . will soon write something . . . that will put your name, and all your descendents names, on their list. Including your only surviving grandson.I opened my mouth but did not speak.According to their own writings, which we all know well in my day, continued the Time Traveler, Hadith Malik 511:1588 The last statement that Muhammad made was: "O Lord, perish the Jews and Christians. They made churches of the graves of their prophets. There shall be no two faiths in Arabia. And there are not. All infidels Christians, Jews, secularists -- have been executed, converted, or driven out. Israel is cinders. Eurabia and the New Khalifate is growing, absorbing what was left of the old, weak cultures there that once dreamt of a European Union. The Century War is not near over. Two of your three grandsons are now dead. Your remaining grandson still fights, as does one of your surviving granddaughters. Two of your three living granddaughters now live under sharia within the aegis of New Khalifate. They are women of the veil.I lowered the pistol.Enjoy these last days and months and years of your slumber, Grandfather, said the scarred old man. Your wake-up call is coming soon.The Time Traveler said three last words and was gone.I put the pistol away realizing too late that it had never been loaded and sat down to write this. I could not. I waited these three months to try again.Oh, Lord, I wish that some person on business from Porlock would wake me from this dream.It was not the horrors of his revelations about my grandchildren that had shaken me the most deeply, shaken me to the core of my core, but rather the the Time Travelers last three words. Three words that any Replayer or time traveler visiting here from a century or more from now would react to first and most emotionally three words I will not share here in this piece nor ever plan to share, at least until everyone on Earth knows them three words that will keep me awake nights for months and years to come.Three words.Sincerely,(Note: Books commented on in this essay include The Peloponnesian War by Donald Kagan, The Book of War: 25 Centuries of Great War Writing edited by John Keegan, While Europe Slept: How Radical Islam Is Destroying the West from Within by Bruce Bawer, The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of the World Order by Samuel P. Huntington, Civilization and Its Enemies: The Next Stage of History by Lee Harris, The Shield of Achilles: War, Peace, and the Course of History by Philip Bobbit, and Replay by Ken Grimwood.)

Captain America's been torn apart Now he's a court jester with a broken heart He said-Turn me around and take me back to the start I must be losin' my mind- "Are you blind?"- G'n'R

Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Beyond the Sea, Heaven and National Security

I saw "Beyond the Sea" yesterday and am sorry to say was very disappointed. A Sea Minus is very generous, the plot was poorly written and hard to follow. Kevin Spacey was good even though Bobby Darin just came off as a weirdo. Spacey carried a tune nicely and even some spiffy dance moves to keep the first hour fun but the second was sooooo drawn out I almost fell alseep. I'd say pass if your thinking about renting.

Another pass is "Kingdom Of Heaven". Orlando Bloom tries desperately to keep this movie alive but not even Legolas can keep this fallacy flying. Liam Neeson has fallen into the b actor category despite "Narnia" which was a mistake on Disney's part for putting him in it. "KOH" twists history to make the muslims the hero's & the Christians the stupid misguided enemy. Agenda Movies are an instant "F" in my book.

The Democrats claim some sort of victory for national security by blocking the DPW port takeover, but after their "Victory" they went right back to criticizing the President for the wiretapping of terrorist, they falsely call domestic. Cause the port deal makes a huge difference when terrorist are calling and being called from inside the US. National Security cannot be pick and choose, it's all or nothing. Or did you forget:

I didn't

I feel my world shake, Like an earth quake, Hard to see clear. Is it me? Is it fear? I'm madly in anger with you. And I want my anger to be healthy, And I want my anger just for me, And I need my anger not to control me, And I want my anger to be me, And I need to set my anger free- MetallicA

Thursday, March 9, 2006

Monday, February 6, 2006

The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

I saw "the Island" last week after renting it 3 times and not watching, and was pleasantly surprised. It was good, I mean chase scenes, action, minimal dialogue and explosions. Also Scarlet J. is one of the easiest faces in hollyweird to look at. If you're watching for the FX its all good. 2 cloned thumbs up.

I also saw "Zorro 2" for 2 thumbs down. The only way this movie could have been worse is if the horse actually spoke. Little kids ruin movies, they're annoying and a complete bore at the same time. CZJones looked awesome and Zorro was fighting for America, but that's not enough to save this cliche packed snorefest from movie hell.

Islam is pissed again and everyone knows it cause they're running around squealing like pigs (pun intended) rioting and killing over a comic. I was unhappry with the crucifix with elephant crap on it but I didn't go out and kill anybody, the religion of wouldn't know peace if it smacked them in the face, once again proving they have no place in modern world.

Day of judgement, god is calling, on their knees, the war pigs crawling, Begging mercy for their sins, Satan, laughing, spreads his wings- Black Sabbath

Friday, January 20, 2006

I have returned

So I saw the Pacifier, starring Vin Diesel, not bad... It is a bit older but you could tell it was Disney starting to come back around to responsible movie making. It was good and family oriented, though it did have an arrary of potty jokes that were a little much, way to much of Brad Garret's Body and a sad portrayal of Navy SEALS but all in all a solid 3 stars for Vin.

On a heavier note, Iran seems to be preparing for War. I say come and get it, we will take them down faster than Iraq ( I know this because I've talked with an Iranian Dissidant who told me 80% of the population would back us over their own.)

Hey you, Hey you - finally you get it, The world it will eat you if you let it- KORN

Wednesday, January 4, 2006