Friday, 12 September 2014

It's the Best Quote (about waterboarding) Ever!

Spongebob would double-over with laughter and dance the day away repeating the following quote by S. Weasel over, and over, and over again if he and his his porous little brain were real.

"Torture is any experience so horrible that no-one would consider trying it out simply for the purpose of writing a Vanity Fair article about what it’s like."

Putting a self-worshipping atheist like Christopher Hitchens (whom I have great respect for on many issues)in his place is priceless. I bet when someone brings his attention to the quote, ol' Hitch'll sober up...STAT!

Wednesday, 20 February 2013


Daddio was an All-State performer at Meadville High School in Meadville, Pennsylvania. After a successful high school career, he moved to the University of Pittsburgh to play under coach Jock Sutherland. Daddio led the Panthers in receiving during the 1936 season. In each of his final two seasons at Pitt, 1937 and 1938, he was recognized as an All-American. During the 1937 Rose Bowl against the Washington Huskies, Daddio contributed significantly in the run game and returned an interception 71 yards in the fourth quarter to secure a victory for the Panthers. In 1953, Daddio retroactively received the Rose Bowl Player of the Game Award for the 1937 contest in Pasadena. In 1992, Daddio was inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame.

Daddio was selected by the Chicago Cardinals in the fifth round of the 1939 NFL Draft, rejoining former Pitt teammate Marshall "Biggie" Goldberg. He played two seasons with the Cardinals. His versatile play earned him second team All-Pro honors in 1942.

Daddio spent over two years with the United States Navy during World War II as a gunnery officer. For his service overseas, he was honored with the Bronze Star. Daddio's final of year of professional football came in 1946 as a player-coach with the Buffalo Bisons of the All-America Football Conference. He converted on all three extra points that he attempted that season.

Friday, 3 August 2012



Michael Chiklis stars as Chris Woods, a former restaurant supply salesman who decides to become a stay-at-home dad to his and his wife Linda's (Barone) four children Shannon (Cristina Kernan), Max (Martin Spanjers), Jake (Mitch Holleman), and Emily to accommodate his wife's demanding career as a lawyer. Chris loves his new role, but is annoyed by Linda's well-meaning friends Holly (Suzy Nakamura) and Barb (Amy Wilson) who constantly interfere with Chris' parenting. Chris is also forced to defend his new role to his best friend Rob (Kevin Crowley), and his new neighbor Bobick (Steve Ryan), a former Marine.

The show's first season consisted of five episodes, but was renewed for a second season of 13 episodes. However, only four were aired before NBC canceled the show in October 2000 due to low ratings.

Wednesday, 27 June 2007

Impeach Bush!

“I’ve heard all the rhetoric — you’ve heard it, too — about how this is amnesty. Amnesty means that you’ve got to pay a price for having been here illegally, and this bill does that.” - George Bush

Bushie and the Senate Democrats (both Democrats AND Republicans) must have amnesty to enable the Social Security coffers to once again be abused and wasted. Our grandchildren will pay the price.

Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Five Confirmed Dead after Enemy Attack on U.S. Soil!

A contingent of America's most fearsome enemy
swept through a North Texas town today, claiming the lives of innocent civilians including one five-year old girl.

The five-year old girl's two-year old sister is believed to have been swept away...kidnapped by the brutal forces that launched the surprise attack on the Texas town.

Saturday, 16 June 2007

Let's Have A Party!

The Republicans are allowing the left to crash the one we've been at...let's go down the road and have our own damned party!

As unpopular as the shmucks that pretend to represent us are these days, we should be able to have a rockin' good time, dang-it!