Wednesday, February 25, 2009


If you go back to the first posts on this blog, you see that it didn't start as a political blog. It was watching a cartoon geared towards young children slam a sitting president. Now after again trying to avoid getting political on my blog it is a cartoon that brings it back. The messiah was featured in a 2 minute animated segment on nickelodeon talking about what a cool guy he is and what he has on his ipod. Now as a whole I have no issue with teaching children about the President, but it was the same station all those years ago who made blatant negative cartoons about President Bush. Why must liberals indoctrinate children like this? Fair and balanced would be OK, but none at all would be best. I remember when cartoons were a rabbit eating a carrot or an old navy guy eating his spinach. Or when a kind old man named Fred taught children all sorts of useful things without ever even mentioning he was a pastor who gave sermons every Sunday. Mark my words this Obsession with Obama will turn out bad in the long run. They are putting too much faith in man. Only one man has ever had the strength to support the weight of mankind and I am sorry Chris Matthews it's not President Obama. No Keith Obermann the President can't lift his arms and raise our Nation. I still have hope that President Obama will change things for the better it gets thinner and thinner every day. More and more I am hoping there will be a USA left when he is through.

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Oh yeah

I saw "Taken" last week, and it was awesome. There's nothing like an ex-govt spook who's daughter gets kidnapped and goes on a killing spree to find her. It takes a few to get going, but once it starts, it keeps the afterburner on for the rest of the flick. If you like action with explosions and good clean fun torturing, this is a winner. Guys don't be afraid to bring the ladies, while it's 100% a guy flick the story of the father out to save his daughter will keep the girls interested. Oh and it's a heavy pg-13, so I would call 13 the absolute youngest to see this. I give it 4 out of 5 smoking barrels.

I also watched "Don't Mess with the Zohan" again, if you can overlook the disgusting sexual references and images (large bare women). The movie itself is pretty funny. It's cheesy cornball like Naked Gun or Police Academy, don't expect wit or wisdom. Keep an eye on all the palestinians in the movie 90% of them are Jews, including the impossibly hot Emmanuelle Chriqui and the hilarious Rob Schneider. For me Zohan gets 3 out of 5 stars of David.

BTW folks if you look back in this here blog you'll find other movie reviews, if you don't see one for a movie you are interested in let me know ( and I will post a review quick and dandy. IF by some crazy reason it's a flick I've never seen, I'll watch it and get back to you. That's just another service I offer you free for reading my totally useless blog.

Saturday, February 14, 2009

Botched again

As usual my attempts to squish drama has led to more drama. So let it be known you can't tuck it away and hope it disappears. It overloads and explodes. So I am going with a new approach; by the issue. Address each thing individually while it's small and don't let it build up.

I am way more involved in my job than others. For one I live at my job, which makes getting away difficult. Second, I am invested personally. While other want to see their employer thrive so they can get a raise, I want to see the boys I take care of thrive so they can be strong positive members of society, unlike their paternal DNA donor who is a wife beating aye-hole. Lastly like others I am reliant on job. If the rent doesn't get paid I will be homeless as well as out of a job.

What all this means is I have to handle myself better. I have to deal with my issues constructively and do it all under the watchful eyes of small children who soak up everything the see hear and experience. And while my boss/roomate/close friend can be frustrating at times, those moments are way outnumbered by the good times we have, and as long as I keep edging foward I can take the boys and her with me

I am doing everything I can to live my life better. I am really trying to keep my prayers going, reading my Bible, trying to be a good example and supportive to my friends and family. But sometimes I feel fate is working against me. That's probably the enemy doing his thing and I need to fix that.