Thursday, October 23, 2008

LAME CHIMP BUSH REFLECTS UPON HIS PRESIDENCY...

 Now that Dubya's presidency is coming to a merciful end we can look to the future

while he rides off into the sunset on one of the Bin Laden family camels!

What did he do for posterity? I'm going to let my visitors answer that. 

TARGET STORES TAKEN TO TASK FOR OVERCHARGING!

Target management has been very bad. Now their paying nearly $2 million dollars for overcharging customers after an investigation in five California counties. The civil penalty is supposed to make Target take notice that they can't get away with fraudulent business practices.

Click here for the full story.

Wednesday, October 22, 2008

MEDIA HAS TO PAY UP TO COVER OBAMA'S BIG NIGHT!

Media organizations will have to pay up 

if they want a prime spot to cover Democrat Barrack Obama's election night party.

I have to agree with Fred Brown, a former national president of the Society of Professional Journalists, who said, "The Obama campaign's fee list is a "mercenary way" to approach coverage."

"It seems to needlessly create ill will," said Brown, a retired capitol bureau chief for the Denver Post who still writes regularly for the newspaper.

Click here to see how much it's going to cost the media to cover Obama.

PUMPKIN PUPPY VS PUKIN PUMPKINS

This cute little guy 

is going to try to compete with the popular Pukin Pumpkins post. The "hung over" gourds made a real impression across the country. Let's see what this fluff ball with pumpkin attire can do. Let me know if he's more entertaining than those orange boozers! It looks like this guy could use some love, don't you think?

Some foreign visitors today...

I was looking at some foreign visitor's to this blog today and was surprised to see someone in Tigrisnet, Iraq stopped by for a peek at my Sarah Pallin post.

I wonder if it was someone in our military? Or could it have been a lusting Iraqi who thinks Pallin's pretty hot?

Canada rang in again today with three new visitors from: Burnaby, British Columbia, Toronto, Ontario, and Prince Edward Island. They all wanted a peek at the now famous Pukin Pumpkin photo I posted a while back.

Cheerio oh! to some bloke from London, England who stopped in to see an old post titled Recycle or Else!

Meanwhile you Pukin Pumpkin fans continue to check in from all over America today!

Hopping Horned Frog Picks Pumpkin for Halloween

THIS SURINAM HORNED FROG IS READY FOR HALLOWEEN AS HE PERCHES ON HIS GOURD THRONE.

Readers of this blog have recently demonstrated an interest in PUMPKINS (See Pukin Pumpkins Post) lately so I am unabashedly playing to this interest by providing this fine frog, and his pick from a pumpkin patch, for their previewing pleasure!

OOPS! McCAIN CAMPAIGN ASKS RUSSIAN ENVOY FOR MONEY!

McCain's desperate and cash poor campaign handlers really pulled a stupid, when they asked Russia's U.N.envoy for a contribution to his campaign! Now that's erratic...

Click here to read the whole story.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Flute 'n' Veg is ready to play for you!

Aren't these guys great? These politically correct costumes for vegetarians this Halloween should be a smash

hit. You can even book them for shows. Just call 618-9335-5159, or email them at bellamusic@aapt.net.au

Iraq war veteran speaks out against the war

Veterans against the war demonstrate in the streets of LA. 

Edgar Cuevas, an Iraqi war veteran, speaks out about the GI

Bill, and his experiences with PTSD. Click here for more.

Monday, October 20, 2008

WHO SAID McCAIN WAS ERRATIC?

JUST BECAUSE McCAIN HAS "SENIOR MOMENTS" IT DOESN'T MEAN HE'S NOT READY TO LEAD OUR COUNTRY INTO CONTINUED WARFARE FOR ANOTHER GENERATION.

I"M BACK! and YOU NEVER LEFT!

Thank you blogger buddies and new visitors for visiting my humble blog while I was away on vacation.
As repeaters know, I tried to make a few entries while traveling, but they were pretty pathetic!
Still..you came, and in record numbers.

How about I just share the last few days of visits from foreign visitors, and the out-of-state visitors?
Those of you here in California turned out in your usual strong numbers from all over this state every day I was gone.

I could find no common theme for what the visitors from overseas were reading. They picked a variety of posts and past columns.
Canada sent the most from any one country.

FOREIGN COUNTRIES:
Heilbronn, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany; Dhahran, Ash Shargiyah, Saudi Arabia; Kemptville, Ontario, Canada; Wemmel, Brabant, Belgium; Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa; Balzac, Alberta, Canada; Angers, Pay De La loire, France; London, United Kingdom; Berlin, Germany; Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada; Kitchener, Ontario, Canada; Prince George, British Columbia, Canada; and Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.

FROM THROUGHOUT THE USA:
Tok, Alaska (Hi Dave!); Aiea, Hawaii; Concord, North Carolina; Massillon, Ohio; Greensberg, North Carolina; Greenville, North Carolina; Naperville, Illinois; Bloomington, Illinois; Henderson, Neveda; Beaverton Oregon; Roxbury, Vermont; Tampa, Florida; Piedmont, South Carolina; Pulaski, Wisconsin; Washing, DC; Des Moines, Iowa; Salt Lake City, Utah; Dallas, Texas; Sisseton, South Dakota; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Lawerncebery, Indiana; Neptune, New Jersey; Liberty, Tennessee; Seattle, Washington; Schaumburg, Illinois; Greer, South Carolina; Columbia City, Indiana; Hyde Park, New York; Troy, Michigan; Florence, Alabama; Martin, Michigan; Smithfield, North Carolina; Warren, New Jersey; Mcdonough, Georgia; Mount Gilead, Ohio; Atlanta, Georgia; St. Louis, Missouri; Valparaiso, Indiana; and Williamson, New York.

I wondered what most of the USA visitor's came to see or read, so I checked it out and guess what?
The majority weren't interested in my past blogs or columns...nope...they pulled up a past post featuring a great photo of several drunken pumpkins (and one was throwing up!) I titled it PUKING PUMPKINS... and you came from all over the USA to see them!

Hmmmmm....I'm going to have to digest (pun intended) that!

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