Monday, November 23, 2015

Rivalry Week THWG

What do a UGA grad and a bottle of beer have in common?

They are both empty from the neck up!

Rivalry Week THWG

A GT Grad walks into a bar. He goes up to the bartender and says "Hey, do you want to hear a funny joke about UGA."
The bartender says "Son, you see that guy over there, he is an all-american linebacker for UGA, the guy next to him, an all-american running back, and myself, a member of the 1980 Championship team. So do you really think that its a good idea to tell a joke about UGA here in this bar?"

The GT Grad answers " No, you are right. I don't want to have to explain the joke 5 times."

Friday, November 20, 2015

Wash Behind Your Ears

There once was a man from Nantucket
Who had dick so long
He could suck it
He said with a grin
While tickling his chin
If me here were a cunt
I could fuck it.

Minneapolis Men Join Isis

A mild mannered report on how a Muslim neighborhood in Minnesota was originally home for to two dozen ex-patriots, now ISIS members.

I find it interesting that the people interviewed were well spoken, articulate, men.
It would only be my extrapolation, but is seems logical that idle hands are for the devil's work.
That these communities resist assimilation, and huddle in close knit communities seems to exacerbate urban unemployment problems, leaving young men, without a career and searching for a purpose.
I am sorry that these people have come here looking for a better life only to feel like they belong only to the culture they left. That in itself is an argument against inviting more refugees.
Still, I am impressed with what is going on in Minneapolis, they are trying to improve cross cultural communication with exemplary role models.

Thursday, November 19, 2015

Stay On That Thing

There was a young lady of Clewer,
who was riding a bike and it threw her,
a man saw her there,
with her legs in the air,
and seized the occasion to screw her.

The Old Gun in the Vagina Trick

Bizarre and brazen at the same time.
The darned thing was loaded and has no trigger guard.
Prison Ahead For Woman In Vagina Gun Case | The Smoking Gun

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Watch What You Swallow

There once was a man from Leeds,
who swallowed a packet of seeds,
within half an hour,
his dick was a flower,
and his balls were all covered with weeds.

Marvel's Transgender Man

You hear about the newest member of the X-Men?

Caitlyn Jenner.

Let's Spend presents MEGAVOTE for November 16, 2015 and Georgia's 13th Congressional District.
Recent Congressional Votes
  • Senate: Revised Defense Authorization -- Passage
  • Senate: Military-Construction-VA Appropriations -- Passage
  • Senate: Surface Transportation Reauthorization -- Cloture
Upcoming Congressional Bills
  • Senate: Transportation-HUD Appropriations
  • House: Auto Loans
  • House: Bank Mortgage Liability
  • House: Federal Reserve Overhaul
Recent Senate Votes:

Revised Defense Authorization -- Passage Vote Agreed to (91-3, 6 Not Voting)
The Senate cleared legislation that authorizes $599 billion for the Pentagon and defense-related programs for fiscal 2016, $5 billion less than both the president's overall request and the original conference agreement. It provides $33 billion of the original $38 billion in added funds for defense, including $8 billion through the Overseas Contingency Operations account. The measure authorizes $715 million for Iraqi forces fighting the Islamic State, $406 million to train and equip Syrian opposition forces and $300 million for lethal weapons for Ukraine. It modifies the military retirement system, blocks the Pentagon from retiring the A-10 Warthog aircraft and authorizes $11 billion for the F-35 Fighter.
Sen. Johnny Isakson voted YES
Sen. David Perdue voted YES
Three dissenting votes.
A relatively small amount of money to train Syrians.
A relatively small amount of money to weapons to Ukraine.
Blocking a recommended obsolescence.

Military-Construction-VA Appropriations -- Passage Vote Passed (93-0, 7 Not Voting)
The Senate passed an amended version of the bill that funds veterans’ health programs and military bases. The measure, which contains nearly $80 billion in discretionary funding, also includes language that prohibits transfers from Guantanamo Bay to the U.S. homeland and a ban on another round of base closures.
Sen. Johnny Isakson voted YES
Sen. David Perdue voted YES
No dissenting votes, and a statement that Guantanamo prisoners cannot be brought onto US soil.

Surface Transportation Reauthorization -- Cloture Vote Agreed to (82-7, 11 Not Voting)
The Senate agreed to create a conference committee with the House concerning legislation that reauthorizes surface transportation programs for six years.
Sen. Johnny Isakson voted YES
Sen. David Perdue voted NO
An agreement to stop talking about creating a committee for study of a bill to spend money on roads.
Very often these bills are full of pork for home districts, this explains the nearly unanimous vote.
Have no idea what our junior senator's objection was, probably that he wasn't getting a new road built in south Georgia.

Upcoming Votes:
Transportation-HUD Appropriations - HR2577
The bill funds the departments of Transportation and Housing and Urban Development. The measure, which contains nearly $56 billion in discretionary funding, also provides funding for such items as Amtrak and Section 8 housing vouchers.
Combining Amtrak and HUD appropriations, government created sinkholes.

Auto Loans - HR1737
The bill nullifies the 2013 guidance issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) regarding fair lending practices for indirect auto lenders, after the CFPB determined that car loans provided through auto dealers were artificially high and discriminatory.
Legislation that will no deter car salesmen or automakers from screwing customers.

Bank Mortgage Liability - HR1210
The bill creates a safe harbor from lawsuits for banks that originate non-qualified mortgages that do not comply with ability-to-repay requirements, as long as the bank retains the mortgage in its own portfolio.
I guess if they are hanging on to the risk, they are the ones that stand to lose,

Federal Reserve Overhaul - HR3189
The bill modifies Federal Reserve operations and oversight in an effort to make it more accountable, including by requiring the Fed to develop detailed strategies with set goals for conducting monetary policy that would be reviewed by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) and requiring the Fed chairman to testify before Congress if GAO determines that the strategy no longer complies with bill requirements. It also provides for GAO audits of all Fed activities, including its deliberations over monetary policy. The legislation requires the Fed to conduct cost-benefit analyses of all proposed rules and limits the Fed’s emergency lending powers.
On the way home last night, I heard the news blurb where a politician suggested that making the inner workings of the Federal Reserve a bad idea. 
It is universally understood that the amount of debt the country really has is much greater than reported. And that the Fed has played games with the public numbers, including the discount rate at the behest of Presidents, probably going all the way back to Woodrow Wilson.
These fights go all the way back to the 1st and 2nd Banks of the United States, and a huge campaign issue for Andrew Jackson, widely regarded as one of the greatest populist presidents. 
This bank was created, on a public level to govern (lessen) the wide swings in monetary value, on an internal level, to create a cheap credit source accessible only to high level borrowers. It is an expression of a fixed game.

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Liberal Self Loathing

Have said it before, the American liberal psyche, for white folks not in the ruling class, is based on, built upon, self loathing.
This article is a perfect expression of that.
The Campus Reform web site titled.....
The University of Vermont's Center for Cultural Pluralism held a three-day retreat so students could confront their “white privilege.”
The conference is described a vehicle for helping students how to live with their "whiteness".
Statements about the conference are conceptual and pretty narrow in scope, there is little description of the conference machinations....
  • “recognize and understand white privilege from an individual experience”
  • “conceptualize and articulate whiteness from a personal and systematic lense as well as the impact of white privilege on the UVM community and beyond.”
  • “What does it mean to be white?”
  • “How does whiteness impact you?”
Other papers offered by the center include....
  • "The Invention of the White Race," 
  • "White Privilege, Male Privilege in Race, Class, Gender," 
  • "The Feminist Classroom," 
  • "The Abolition of Whiteness."
This is not the first such conference, the same article reports a precedent conference held at Mount St. Mary’s in Los Angeles California.
First of all, if I found out that me son was taking a class focused on feelings, and having no preparatory value to a career, there would be an impact statement made making clear that if you waste your time and my money on that bullshit, you might as well go ahead and get a job right now, because the money is cut off.
Why in the world would a person spend time and money on something that teaches its participants ways to feel guilty about how they were born. There is enough hate and self loathing in the world without creating new cases out of thin air.
Total crap it is.

This is not intended to be dumping on the web site, which for the most part seems to be reporting the campus news.