Friday, November 30, 2012

Party On! Angel Style....

It's FRIDAY! Time to let my hair down and cut loose. I've had these bad boys soaking on the counter since noon today and their time is at hand. Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha! Following is my recipe for Rummy Bears. Enjoy!

Rummy Bears a la Angel
Empty package of gummi bears into a bowl, jar or other glass vessel. Cover, completely submersing with a little liquid on top, with booze of choice. Tonight is Bacardi light rum. Really, any booze will do, let your liquor cabinet whisper to you. Cover and let soak. This is the tricky part. Some say several days in the fridge. My week does not allow me that level of patience. I find five to six hours more than enough to get the little guys drunker than a sorority girl. You want them delightfully squishy and boozy, not a bowl of technicolor alcoholic goo. Enjoy! But don't let their cute little bear faces fool you; they have a serious bite. Five or six, and I'm feeling happy. Ten and I'm dancing on the table. Imbibe responsibly. Angel says so.

Christmas Gift Giving Help and Hints

Oh, 'tis the season to send fruitcake,
Fa-la-la-la-la, La-fuck-not-again....

One thing that seems to be popular for gifts, especially for out of town folks, is a fruit basket. Found this on Debbie Schlussel and have sworn off Edible Arrangements for good.

"Now, that it’s the holiday season and a time of buying and giving Christmas and Chanukah gifts, a lot of people make the convenient choice of sending fruit baskets to their friends and professional associates. But if you take this route, DON’T send a basket from Edible Arrangements. If you do, you are funding HAMAS abroad and Muslim community organizing, such as the group IMAN, the Inner City Muslim Action Network, in the U.S."

See full story here.

Might I suggest instead this lovely gift basket instead?

Order this here.

7 Ways to Go Broke this Season...

How Real Americans Do Christmas While the Obamas Blow $4 million Taxpayer Dollars in Hawaii

Dave Ramsay has some helpful hints to keep the spending under control this Season. We stopped giving gifts a few years back. We get together, eat, drink, laugh, play cards and dominoes and enjoy each other. Very low stress and it's all paid for before Christmas.

"What you need is a good plan—and, sometimes, a good plan is as much knowing what not to do as knowing what to do. Well, heed these warnings, regardless of what Baby Step you’re on! If you want to have a merry different Christmas, you might not want to do the following things:"

Read more at Adrienne's Corner

Google Trending: What is more popular than "ammo"?

Bulk AMMO!!!

From WiscoDave:

"While "Fiscal Cliff" may be having its 15-minutes of fame - a la "Honey Boo Boo" or "Sneezing Panda" - there is one thing that has consistently been more and more searched in the last eight years. According to Google Trends, internet users are skipping just plain old simple "ammo" as a search query, and in a tried and true American tradition, confirm that size matters. The size of the ammo order that is, as can be confirmed by the following chart showing queries for "bulk ammo". What goes without saying, are the wavelike periodicities of the quantized jumps higher in popularity at select times over the past decade: they just happen to aggregate around a very specific event taking place each November every 4 years. At this rate by November 2016 we are going to need a bulkier chart...
I know I'm preaching to the choir again, but damn if this doesn't make a whole lot of sense. Y'all be safe out there.

Why Wal-Mart employees are paid minimum wage...

For crankyjohn...

Did I do something to offend you? Please drop me a line and let me know. You are a valued and cherished member of my "family" here.


Thursday, November 29, 2012

Gun Ban List UPDATE

charliedelta has the scoop. While I mentioned that I was checking other sources for verification, I never got any, but I also didn't find the info he found. Apparently the list was taken from HR1022, submitted by the Dems in 2009.

Go read what he has to say. I am sorry I didn't fully vet this one.

Aloha! It's Officially Unofficial...

there is a 3-week period from Dec. 17 to Jan. 6 during which the residents of the area of Oahu where the pResident and his family vacation will have their activities restricted. If this doesn't mean the Obamas are headed to Hawaii ~ again~, then I'm misreading it.

Yeah, yeah, yeah... all the previous presidents had their holidays, why not the Obamas? Plllbbbbttttt. The Bush's, 41 and 43, celebrated Christmas at Camp David, which I hear is absolutely lovely and the Obamas absolutely LOATHE it. The Bush's did this for two reasons: first, it's already paid for, security is already in place, and it's close to DC for emergencies; second, they were considerate enough to realize going farther away would take their staff and SS details away from their homes and families over the holidays. Apparently, the Obamas don't give a flying fuck about anybody else's families.
And then there is the cost. Estimated costs for this year's Winter Secular Holiday trip are around $4 million. That's estimated. If Obama has to ~gasp~ stay behind for negotiations to avoid the fiscal cliff, you know Mooch and the kiddos will head on without him in AF2 and he'll follow in AF1. I personally hope we just punch the gas and do a Thelma and Louise off the cliff, just to see them go on to their Entitlement Vacation while the rest of us are facing reality.
Merry Christmas, y'all.

Spider Wussies...

For doubletroubletwo and all of you other spider wussies out there....

Personally, I like to catch the little arachnids in a tissue and squeeze 'til I feel their exoskeleton crack and their guts squish out. But I'm hard core...

Dog Years, A Celebratory Drink

Grand and I were discussing cocktails and came to the realization that there wasn't one named Dog Years. Don't know whyever not.

Being the frustrated former bartender that I am, I got to work and created this:

Dog Years
1/2 oz. vodka
1/2 oz. gin
1/2 oz. triple sec
1/2 oz. dark rum
1/2 oz. light rum
1/2 oz. peach schnapps
1/2 oz. tequila
Lime juice
Dark cola of choice

Fill a 16 oz. cup with ice, add liquors. Pour cola, almost to fill. Squeeze two lime wedges, serve with wedge.
Each drink is equal to seven....
Thanks to Grand for the pic.
Of course, he drank the model.

My Charlie

Charlie, girl won't sit still for a pic

Tomorrow marks the 13th anniversary of Charlie joining our family. A little background story, 1999 was rough, both of our daughters were diagnosed with Autism within 6 months, we moved to a tiny little town, away from family, and I was basically on my own while hubby worked 2-3 weeks at a time on the road. During their November checkup, the girls' doctor recommended, "Get them a pet, a dog will help them with socialization skills and keep them grounded in reality." Oh joy, another mouth to feed and take care of.

We get home and the phone rings, "Um, get a DURABLE pet, LARGE dog. No puppies or kittens or guinea pigs. Think DURABLE." Heh, he really knows the girls. So while I'm contemplating durable dogs that night, I hear a truck pull up in front of the house, door open and close, and then drive off. Weird. Next morning I go out to get the paper and this sad, starved, scared to death dog is sitting at the end of the driveway looking down the road. Son of a bitch, somebody dumped a dog on our property. She was a sorry looking thing, bald spots on her muzzle and shaking. As I got closer, I could also tell she was very pregnant; so skinny that you could count the pups. But as soon as I looked in her eyes, I knew. This was the girls' dog and God had made the decision for us.

It took a good week, setting out bowls of food and water, placing them closer and closer to the house, but eventually she came to the understanding that we were her people and she was home. I had just gotten her settled in the backyard, brand new red collar and dog tag, when she had her pups. It was early December, our first snowfall; and when I came back from dropping the girls off at school, Charlie grabbed me by the wrist and took me into the shop behind the garage. There, in a shivering little pile, were seven fat, fluffy furballs. She then grabbed my wrist and took me to the backdoor of the house. Uh-huh, got it. Miss Charlie and family were NOT spending another minute in the cold.

It took some maneuvering, with her hot on my heels, but I got her kids moved into the laundry room where she nestled down and got to the business of  being a mom. She was an EXCELLENT mom. Many times I found my oldest nestled in with Charlie and the puppies, sound asleep. After the puppies were all adopted out, Charlie settled in to her role as 2nd Mom to the girls. She instinctively knew how to reach the girls, how to watch them, handle them, love them. She is their guardian angel in so many ways.

It's obvious the years are catching up to her. She's slowed down a bit, and her muzzle is graying as much as my hair. I have so very many stories of this beautiful dog; too many to put here. Just wanted to share her Anniversary with people who understand.

Drive For Show, Putt for Dough

Okay y'all, have to admit, I'm NOT a golfer. I do caddy for Poppy, mostly to get outside, spend time with him and monitor his beer intake for mom. But driving in the momvan this morning, I heard this sentence...

"PGA looking at banning golfers from bracing their putters against their bellies while stroking..."

Well damn. Like I said, I don't golf, but if you need to brace your putter against your belly while stroking, knock yourself out. And send me pics.

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

You have to wonder....

what were his parents thinking?!

heh heh heh....

More Guns, Less Crime

Lott: Criminals are deterred by higher penalties. Just as higher arrest and conviction rates deter crime, so does the risk that someone committing a crime will confront someone able to defend him or herself. There is a strong negative relationship between the number of law-abiding citizens with permits and the crime rate-as more people obtain permits there is a greater decline in violent crime rates.

Read more:

Today's Song Worm....

Hush my darling, don't fear my darling, the lion sleeps tonight.....

And a MUCH different interpretation...

Awesome Photography, STUNNING

Wirecutter passed this to me last night (like notes in math class ~wink~). Didn't get around watching it until 5:30 this morning, and WOW. Stunning photography set to stirring music. Mesmerized.
And in the back of my head, the mom voice "What the hell are those people thinking?!"
Hope Wirecutter wasn't planning on posting this. :-)

Going Shoppin'

About once a month, my best friend and I meet at a halfway point (she lives 3 hours away) and we have a GDO (Girls' Day Out), a mental health day if you will. Today is that day. So instead of posting all sorts of silliness, I will be out eating Mexican food, drinking margaritas and buying ridiculously hot shoes.
I'll be back this evening to check on y'all. Behave yourselves.


These are my new babies! Mommy likee!

Wednesday Pearls of Wisdom

“I, with a deeper instinct, choose a man who compels my strength, who makes enormous demands on me, who does not doubt my courage or my toughness, who does not believe me naïve or innocent, who has the courage to treat me like a woman.”
Anaïs Nin

Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Wow! You Like Me! You Really Like Me!

Damn, gang, it seems like just yesterday I started down the slippery slope of blogging. And here we are at 10,000 hits. Thank y'all so much for keeping me company.

Love ya!


Some dogs just can't cut it....


Cultural Self-Loathing, Invasion, and Decline

"We must teach the young, and many others who've forgotten, the remedial truth that they are the luckiest generation in human history -- because they are the inheritors and beneficiaries of 2500 years of accumulated human material and moral improvement, about 95% of which has been the gift to them and to the world of the Greco-Roman, Judeo-Christian civilization of the West."

Read more:

The Usual Suspects: Leaked Gun Ban List

UPDATE: This is been proven to have come from HR 1022 proposed by the Dems in the 110th congress in 2009. This is NOT a current gun ban list.
I'm looking several places for confirmation, but this list seems to have all the usual suspects:

Recognize any old friends on there? Anybody lost in a tragic boating accident?

WiserAngel Trips Again....

Yep, that would be me on the right. A little background... I took classical ballet lessons for 10 years, from 7 to 17. But I never took them seriously, not really. While all the other little fairy princesses were prissing around in their pink leotards and tutus, I was using my tutu as a slingshot to pelt the princesses with my precious pink ballet shoes. They were practicing their grande plies and releves and I was Kung Fu Fighting.

Regardless, I advanced and by my teen years was dancing en pointe. The summer between 16 and 17, I went from a barely B-cup to a D-cup. Three months. BOOM. There is a reason ballerinas are tiny, skinny and boobless. You just CAN'T pirouette when your body's center of gravity is up high. To give you an idea of what I was dealing with, take a top and tape a couple of large ball bearings on the edge and try to spin that fucker. So my final performance, two weeks after turning 17, found me pirouetting into the orchestra pit, taking out two celloists. My dance career was over.

Why am I telling you all this? Madame Hess would always look at me sadly and shake her head, muttering, "So much potential, and yet you can trip over the pattern in a rug." Yeah, carrying out the trash a while ago and fell off the deck. Think I sprained my wrist and Charlie hasn't stopped laughing.

Maybe I should have paid more attention in ballet class.

The Question is...

what IS a Mahna Mahna?

Your Song Worm for the Day

Fleas on My Dog

A couple of years ago, this time of year, my oldest was sitting at the computer and singing. This isn't unusual, so I wasn't paying attention. Until she broke out with the Freddy Fender classic, Feliz Navidad.

"Fleas on my dog, fleas on my dog, fleas on my dog make him itch and scratch a lot..."

I died. I was laughing so hard I slid down the frig, sat on the floor and had one of those laughing fits where you can't talk, breathe, and you pee yourself a little. DQ (Drama Queen) turns around and asks "What's so funny? Mom, don't laugh at my dog song."

Ah, the joys of Autism. Every day is a new experience and the laughs are golden.

Fleas On My Dog, y'all. Happy Holidays.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Mother's Milk: A+


Students in an advanced Biology class were taking their mid-term exam. 
The last question was, 'Name seven advantages of Mother' Milk.'
The question was worth 70 points or none at all.
One student, in particular, was hard put to think of seven advantages However, he wrote:
1) It is perfect formula for the child.
2) It provides immunity against several diseases.
3) It is always the right temperature.
4) It is inexpensive.
5) It bonds the child to mother, and vice versa.
6) It is always available as needed.
And then the student was stuck. Finally, in desperation, just before

the bell rang indicating the end of the test, he wrote:
7) It comes in two attractive containers and

it's high enough off the ground where the cat can't get it.
He got an A.

H/T to Devil Tongue 


For timbo.... with love

Top 5 Beaker Moments

Vixen Must Have Read

50 Shades of Grey...

Creepy is right...

From Sean Linnane at Stormbringer. So few things shake me anymore, but this had the hair on the back of my neck standing up and a cold chill sweeping through me. This is a must read, kind of preaching to the choir for most of us; but if there's someone on the bubble, you need to show this to them. I'm not one of those who thinks it's too late. As long as there is a Patriot standing, it's never too late.

Cyber Monday Special: Two Point Enterprise

Kershaw, Gerber, SOG, Handtools

Free Engraving Special

Okay, Wirecutter beat me to this (as well he should, he had plenty of time off), and he covered the Knuckledragger point of view very well on his Two Point Enterprise post. So it's time for the Feminine Perspective. I just felt a collective shudder in the blogosphere as you dudes contemplated your women sporting these knives... bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha! ~snort~

I don't like to speak in sweeping, generic terms, but the majority of women I know do not have a clue about knives. We are intimidated, almost even more so than by guns, and we need help getting over this. I know a lot of "marketing" for women includes cotton-candy pink handles on knives and grips on guns. Seriously?! You think that's going to make it better? Any woman that chooses a pink-handled weapon isn't serious, won't take training seriously, and is more likely to throw the pink pussy/weapon at her attacker than use it to do damage. Women, love yourselves enough to take this seriously. Men, love your women enough to work with them, getting them at the very least comfortable with the weapons in your arsenal. It is my strongest belief that the absolute worst time to pick up a gun or knife for the first time is when you're fighting for your life.

Ladies, go to these sites, browse, study, pick out a few that you might feel comfortable handling, and give them a call. They have real, live, Americans manning the phones willing to answer your questions. And don't give me the "I don't want to ask a stupid question" excuse. There are no stupid questions, and these guys take what they do seriously. They will take you seriously.

Gentlemen, please, consider this as important for your woman as it is for you. You don't have to train her to the point of Ninja Knife Master, just get her to a place of comfort. And if she has her own toys, she'll leave yours alone.

The links are here and, until the first of the year, I'm moving them up to the top of the right column.

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Reason #32 Why I Love Men...


Because they have the "'why" chromosome.


Oh My God! That's my mom...

Found over at MOTUS (The Snarkiest Place on Earth)

If that crazy Tea Party Protester isn't Angel's Mom, I just don't know....
For anyone interested in sleuthing, she has a letter to the editor in today's Amarillo Globe-News.
Let's see if anyone can guess.

A Very Wirecutter Christmas

Fuckering Lights?!

Putting up the Christmas tree and decorations today,
'tis the season...
Ring My Bells
3 oz. Silver Patron
12 oz. Cranberry Juice
3 splashes grenadine syrup
3 splashes sweet and sour mix
Shake ingredients in cocktail shaker with  ice, strain into glass, garnish with drunken cranberries and lime wedge. Enjoy. Repeatedly. Ye-haw...



Saturday, November 24, 2012

Preaching to the Choir on this one...



From a teacher in the Nashville area:
"We are worried about 'the cow' when it is all about the 'Ice Cream.' The most eye-opening civics lesson I ever had was while teaching 3rd grade. The last Presidential election was heating up and some of the children showed an interest. I decided we would have an election for a class president. We would choose our nominees. They would make a campaign speech and the class would vote. To simplify the process, candidates were nominated by other class members. We discussed what kinds of characteristics these students should have. We got many nominations and from those, Jamie and Olivia were picked to run for the top spot. The class had done a great job in their selections. Both candidates were good kids.
I thought Jamie might have an advantage because he got lots of parental support.
I had never seen Olivia's mother.
The day arrived when they were to make their speeches. Jamie went first.
He had specific ideas about how to make our class a better place.
He ended by promising to do his very best.
Everyone applauded and he sat down.
Now it was Olivia's turn to speak.
Her speech was concise. She said, "If you will vote for me, I will give you ice cream." She sat down.
The class went wild. "Yes! Yes! We want ice cream."She surely would say more. She did not have to.
A discussion followed.
  • How did she plan to pay for the ice cream? She wasn't sure. But no one pursued that question. They took her at her word.
  • Would her parents buy it or would the class pay for it? She didn't know.
The class really didn't care. All they were thinking about was ice cream...
Jamie was forgotten. Olivia won by a landslide.
Every time Barack Obama opened his mouth he offered ice cream and 51.4 % of the people reacted like nine year olds.They want ice cream.
The other 48.6% percent know they're going to have to feed the cow and clean up the mess."
This is the ice cream Obama promised us!

the government cannot give anything to anyone
that they have not first taken away from someone else.
Did you vote for the ice cream?
I am very happy to say that I DID NOT vote for the ice cream

Thanks to my good friend Becky, who truly gets me and loves me anyway!

Fast Fix for a Book Junkie

This is about the coolest thing I've ever seen. I am a serious book junkie. I have three bookcases full, another full of just vintage cookbooks, and my Kindle is the most incredible thing I've ever owned. But THIS is magnificent! For $2, you get a book and the thrill of the unknown! Even better would be if it could be modified to allow the customer to select genres. History, Biography, Fiction, Romance, Mystery, How-to (which for some of y'all could also be under Mystery and Romance). There is nothing better than a good book...
Sent by WiscoDave (thanks!)

The Master Returns! Welcome Home, WC

He's baaa-aack!


Well, just damn, it's good to see Wirecutter cutting loose again. In true cantankerous old coot fashion, WC returned 10 days after his self-imposed retirement, full of piss and vinegar, as Grandad would have said.  He's setting boundaries, taking the reins and reviving Knuckledraggin'. Why? Because he's THAT good, we need his knowledge and wisdom, and Miss Lisa was probably begging him to find something to do.  Men, REAL MEN, like Wirecutter, are not Men of Leisure. They are Men Of Action!

Can you tell I'm giddy? One day, one post, and I've already been threatened with banning. Damn I missed that, must be a masochistic streak....

Welcome Home Wirecutter! Love ya silly!

So giddy, I forgot the linky link

Friday, November 23, 2012

New Kid In Town

Now, he'll probably curse me for this, shy guy that he is, but orbitup has jumped in the deep end of the blogging pool.  But you know I'm going to back a fellow Texan, so mosey on over and check out his personal brand of insanity.

Subject To Change

*Heads up, you've GOT to check out what he did to a '79 MG. I want to do that!

Welcome to Kershaw Knives, et al...

Another one of Wirecutter's special suppliers contacted me today and we've entered into the same "unholy alliance" that he had with WC. Bwah-ha-ha-ha-ha! Oh.... THE POWER! This is the guy with the knives, the really sweet Kershaw, Zero Tolerance, SOG, etc. knives. And the engraver.

We just missed out on his Black Friday Free Engraving Special, but a little birdy told me that it was such a popular and successful event, they are going to do it again for Cyber Monday. You heard me, this Monday, Free Engraving on Very Sharp Knives (doncha love puns?). So check them out. There's an example of the engraving on the link.

All of his links to the super-cool big kid stuff is under "People Who Have Stuff I Covet". Hubby is just going to be thrilled to death over this. 0:-)

III Arms, For Patriots, By Patriots

Jim Miller, President of III Arms Company, was interviewed by Guerillamerica.

You've seen his work on the 1911 (gorgeous) and the AR-15 (double gorgeous) here, and at MissK's, and of course on the III Percent Patriots, III Arms, and III Citadel, and you've read his comments (millerized), so go find out more about this talented, if somewhat twisted, Patriot and the future of III Arms.

Friday Afternoon Funnies

Okay, I giggle whenever I see this one...

A test most of us will fail....
And finally, the way we all felt this week dealing with certain family members....

Free Fripple Friday

A Couple of Things to be Thankful for...


Bone Apetite!


Thursday, November 22, 2012

From doubletroubletwo

who apparently knows my weakness...


She must die.

Yeah, I Know

Okay, you've noticed the comment moderation thing. Here's the deal. There were multiple comments on one post, several in barely understandable English, that added links to their sites. I'm all for helping people out, and if you want me to review your site for a possible link here, I'd be happy to. Just email it to me. But don't try to sneak it in on a comment. So now I'm moderating the comments, which I hate because 1.) it feels like I don't trust y'all to behave, and 2.) I'm lazy as all get-out.

So guys and gals, please keep commenting, I'll keep moderating, and we'll keep having fun.

Roast Turkey for the Culinarily Challenged

From Devil Tongue...

I thought this sounded good! Here is a turkey recipe that also includes the use of popcorn as a stuffing ingredient -- imagine that! When I found this recipe, I thought it was perfect for people like me, who just are not sure how to tell when turkey is thoroughly cooked, but not dried out. Give this a try.

8 - 15 lb. Turkey
1 cup melted butter
1 cup stuffing (Pepperidge Farm is Good)
1 cup un-popped popcorn (ORVILLE REDENBACHER'S LOW FAT IS BEST)
Salt/pepper to taste

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Brush turkey well with melted butter, salt, and pepper.

Fill cavity with stuffing and popcorn. Place in baking pan making sure the neck end is toward the front of the oven, not the back.

After about 4 hours listen for the popping sounds.

When the turkey's ass blows the oven door open and the bird flies across the room,.... it's done.

And, you thought I couldn’t cook..
No hon, now I KNOW you can't cook...

Happy Thanksgiving!

Sitting here, shooting Redi-Whip into my mouth and contemplating an insanity defense. Okay, I'm probably going to be hospitalized, incarcerated or dead, so I'm preparing this in advance. I have so very many things for which to be Thankful.
First, family. I am grateful for my girls who have taught me more about strength, patience, courage, and humor. If I'm not shaking my head, I'm shaking with laughter. God blessed me with Angels with Angles. The Autistic Child is not for the faint of heart or the heartless, and I have been doubly blessed. They make me a better, stronger, more loving person.
My folks who taught me all I needed to know to be a strong, self-reliant Patriot.
My friends who don't know me that well, but accept me at face value and are giving me a chance to prove myself (most of y'all). And my friends who know me all too well, and accept and love me anyway.
This has been a long, weird, challenging, difficult year for a lot of us. And many of us are preparing for the Long Game on the horizon. In April, I wrote a brief email to wirecutter telling him how much I enjoyed his blog (in spite of Milfy Mondays). That began a great friendship and the Education of Hiswiserangel. WC taught me more about history, Patriots, Liberty and being true to oneself than anyone I've ever known. And I'm very grateful for his guidance and friendship. When we first started corresponding, I had this feeling that he should have been born a couple of centuries earlier. He was completely lost on the 21st century. The more I learned about wc and the Patriot movement, the more Patriots I met and got to know, the more I realized I was wrong. Patriots, especially Wirecutter, were born in the EXACT right time in history to do something that no other group of people can do. Save Liberty. And I guess, this is the biggest thing for which I'm grateful. There are still people who know what America is meant to be and they are not afraid to fight to protect Her.
So Happy Thanksgiving, y'all, and God Bless America. May she be returned to her former Glory.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

And now we bring you "Obamawar"

We have all watched our standing as a World Super Power diminish under the "leadership" of Obama in the last 4 years. We have all seen this coming. And hopefully, we're all doing what we can to prepare for the fallout. The description of The Obama Doctrine could not have been stated better than this:

"...aided and abetted by an Obama doctrine that can be described in nine words: Embolden our enemies, undermine our friends, diminish our country."

Read more: GAFFNEY: Middle East melting down into 'Obamawar' - Washington Times
Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter

And now, advice for the men...

That's right, gentledudes, EVERY GIRL. You just have to figure out the right combination
for the right girl....
Of course, in this day and age, maybe we girls can do something
to bring the freak out in y'all....

Psychology of the American Male

Must be nice to have the other sex all figured out!

Must make your life a breeze. ;)
Dear timbo,
This is all I ever need to know about the care and feeding of the American Male.
*yeah, I know how to spell "sandwich", got it off of Facebook. :-)