September 30, 2007

BlogCrawl the aftermath.

I see I got home and made the rounds last night. I also see that I missed some blogs... sorry.

Well I survived, but now it's time for me to go do the Sunday football thing. Bruce is on his way over to kidnap me for some more high stakes drinking. So I'll talk to you all later!

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blog Crowl 2007

aight, I'm homw. there is a glass of jack in front of me and I'm a ery happy man. I was ablt to hang out with Bruce, Grau, Shadoglare, Harvey, Tammi and Ktreva today. Harve jouned grau and i for shootign. had a lot o fun there.k We were the loudsiest thing until som arse showede up with a 50 cal bmg. Fark hgim. Gootta love those russion m44s.

Any way in nweed to go make a shite loud of comments. see ya tuestday when I sober up.

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September 29, 2007

2007 BlogCrawl is here.

Today is the BlogCrawl, since I'm going to be out and about today, you aren't going to get my normal Saturday posts. With that in mind I'm just giving everyone a reminder of today's activities.

This morning from approx 10:30AM until 2PM: Shooting at the Buffalo Range in Ottowa.

This afternoon between 3:30PM and 4:30PM: Arrive at Fritz's Wooden Nickel in Stillman Valley for big drinking fun!

Tonight around ??:?? ?M(depends on how drunk I get): Home to post and comment on all the blogs.

Now for the Rules (again):

A) You have to be 21 years old to participate and drink. I donít want some minorís parents coming back and saying I told them to get pissed drunk and go on the Internet. If you are under 21, you may still participate as a designated blogger. If you don't want to drink but still make stupid comments, be my quest!

2) Drink as much as you comfortably feel you should. This is for fun, I donít want to have blog fodder stories involving charcoal slurries and ER visits. Be responsible, especially if you have to drive. Iím saying right now that if you do something stupid and hurt yourself I will make fun of you. I am neither legally, morally nor ethically responsible for anything you do either in the real world or on the Internet. You are all adults and responsible for your own actions.

D) Please attempt to limit the Blog Crawl comments to the hours of 7:00PM September 29 and 7:00 AM CST September 30th. Just so itís easier to track and the time zone differences for all the participants. Not that Iím going to link to every single post that has a comment on it, I just donít want to search for them Sunday to see what everyone said. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged. Same with day after posts.

4) Try to leave a comment on every blog in the Bad Example and Frizzen Sparks family. You may use my side bar as a reference if you donít know who they are. Do not feel limited to these blogs only, go ahead and hit any other blog you would like as well. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged.

To help kick off the BlogCrawl, I thought this sign was appropriate:

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Now lets go have some fun people!

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September 28, 2007

My fingers are numb.

For all of you beer fans and fans of the movie Beerfest, you'll appreciate this. Since I've been doing so good with my "diet", Ktreva took me to my favorite German restaurant for dinner and bought me a present

I have two words for you.


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two liters of beer. That's over 80 ounces of beer, 6.67 12 oz bottles.


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Now if you'll excuse me, I think I need to go sit. I'm out of beer drinking shape and it took me just over two minutes to do that.

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BlogCrawl 2007 update 2

I have a couple of updates for tomorrowís blogCrawl. First off, Thank you to Harvey of Bad Example for having the talented Pam of Pamibe make some 2007 Blogcrawl logos. If you would like, place one on your side bar or in a post for you. Harvey has three up at his place, but Pam did such a good job Iím throwing all of them up here so that you can pick which one you like. THANKS PAM!

For the Designated Bloggers:

For the Drunks:

For those that survive the night:


Damn those look good.

Now for the big news! Since this is also my birthday Iím going to share the love with all of you. We all know how much I love to talk on the phone, but for this one time only if you would like a drunken phone call from me just let me know before 9:00AM tomorrow. You can leave me a comment OR if youíre not sure if I have your phone number or not you can e-mail it to me at Contagion_1 AT Yahoo DOT com. If you designate a time, I will do my best to call you during that time period. So IE if you say donít call after 9:00PM, I will not call after nineÖ unless Iím too drunk to tell the time and then it falls on Ktreva to keep me from doing it.

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September 27, 2007

Anger Patrol

Have you ever been so mad that youíve wanted to kill someone? Iím not talking about a friend doing something to piss you of and you say youíre going to kill them. No I mean go home, get a weapon and go hunt the individual down type of anger?

Iíve never been that way and could never fathom how someone could get that madÖ until yesterday. Iím not going to go into details, just to protect parties involved, mainly me. However I will tell you that someone for the last couple of days has really been pissing me off. Yesterday it was so bad I finally realized that I wanted to go home, grab an axe off the wall and dismember this individual into bite size chunks for stray dogs.

At first I thought it was just a stray thought, then I found myself actually contemplating it. Finally I ended up having to convince myself that it was a bad idea. A VERY bad idea. It took a long time to convince myself that ridding the world of this individual would probably have some serious repercussions on my family. Yet here I sit still thinking about itÖ and contemplating on how to dispose of the body in a way that would be hard to track back to me.

Have any of you ever been like this?

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September 26, 2007

Point Oktoberfest

This week I happened to stumble across a beer I hadnít seen before. During the football season opener a friend, Scroatie, had a six-pack of beer from the same company, but not this exact type. Since I hadnít done an Oktoberfest beer review yet, I thought it would be a good time to do one, even if it is a little late. This weekís beer is Point Oktoberfest by Stevens Point Brewery.

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Like most beers, this comes in your standard 12 oz brown bottle. The label is really busy. There is a blue and white checkerboard background with the scene of people celebrating Oktoberfest. The bar maid is actually quite stunning.

The color is a nice amber/copper. Light passes easily through the beer, and there is no cloudiness at all to it. It poured a thing white head that faded quickly to a film. The film faded into a ring around the glass that eventually disappeared. There was no lacing on the glass at all.

The scent was a bit surprising, I was expecting a much stronger, more German beer scent, instead it smelled of Malts, slightly sweet and a hint of hops. The taste was much the same a slightly malt sweetness with a hint of hop bitterness. You could also taste a slight nuttiness to it.

It is a smooth medium bodied beer, light on the carbonation. Itís very easy to drink and has a nice feel to it.

This was pretty good, I was figuring on a slightly different style, but still pretty good. I could see myself drinking this during a game or while eating a big plate of brats with sauerkraut. I give this beer a 5 out of 10.

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September 25, 2007

Here they come out of the woodwork.

Any of you that have read me over the last 3 years know that I'm a Green Bay Packer fan. Tried and true, I'm loyal to my team. Anyone that has known me for longer knows that I've been a Packer fan since the early 80's which is when I truly started watching football. Technically I can say I've been a Packer fan all my life as my father raised me one, but it wasn't until I was older that I started following football and actually caring about the team. Hell, that was back in the Lynn Dickey period where you could hear Packer fans exclaim after a loss, "You might beat the back, but you can't lick our Dickey". I remember watching him play, he had a great arm, but couldn't scramble to save his life.

Being a Packer fan to me is part of who I am. It's like being a Husband, father and re-enactor, I identify myself with it. I live it, I breath it and I love it. The heritage, the memories, the excitement and the disappointment. I remember watching the games with my father and learning new ways to curse with out it being an actual curse, such as my infamous "For the love of Pete!" and "Oh my heck!" My father had much better control over his tongue then I do.

After the domination of the NFC in the 90's there were a ton of Packers had a ton of "fans". People that swore they were true Packer fans and loyal to the team. Then a couple of years ago they started to disappear. Sure the Packers had a very bad losing season and then a mediocre 8 and 8 season. It's not a winning season, but it's not a losing season either. Either way, you didn't see as many people claiming to be Packer fans or wearing their Green Bay gear. In fact you started seeing some of these people wear the Blue and Orange of our arch rivals, the Chicago Bears.

Now the Packers are 3 and 0 on the season and the Bears are 1-2. Sure it's early into the season, but these bandwagon jumpers are already rearing their ugly heads. At work, at the store, on the radio I've heard and seen people who had been cheering on the Bears for the last couple of years raising a boisterous voice to the cheer, "GO PACK!" I was happy when these fair weather fans where cheering for other teams. It makes me sick to think I'm someplace talking with someone about the greatness of the Packers when just a year ago they were pulling for New England, the Colts, the Steelers or the Bears.

I just feel that it waters down the fan base and the opportunities for real fans. But I guess it's too much to ask them to pick a team and stick with them through thick and thin.

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September 24, 2007

BlogCrawl Reminder

Here is a quick reminder that next Saturday is the BlogCrawl. Iím hoping to get enough people to turn this into a big giant comment festival. Lets spread the love if you are going to participate. Here is also a quick reminder of the Rules:

A) You have to be 21 years old to participate and drink. I donít want some minorís parents coming back and saying I told them to get pissed drunk and go on the Internet. If you are under 21, you may still participate as a designated blogger. If you don't want to drink but still make stupid comments, be my quest!

2) Drink as much as you comfortably feel you should. This is for fun, I donít want to have blog fodder stories involving charcoal slurries and ER visits. Be responsible, especially if you have to drive. Iím saying right now that if you do something stupid and hurt yourself I will make fun of you. I am neither legally, morally nor ethically responsible for anything you do either in the real world or on the Internet. You are all adults and responsible for your own actions.

D) Please attempt to limit the Blog Crawl comments to the hours of 7:00PM September 29 and 7:00 AM CST September 30th. Just so itís easier to track and the time zone differences for all the participants. Not that Iím going to link to every single post that has a comment on it, I just donít want to search for them Sunday to see what everyone said. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged. Same with day after posts.

4) Try to leave a comment on every blog in the Bad Example and Frizzen Sparks family. You may use my side bar as a reference if you donít know who they are. Do not feel limited to these blogs only, go ahead and hit any other blog you would like as well. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged.

Lets have some fun!

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Green Bay fun.

What a great weekend! Ktreva and I left Rockford around 10:00AM Saturday Morning. We were to our hotel and out shopping in Green Bay by 2:00 PM. We found some new items for each of us. Ktreva was extremely happy as that she got a new ladies cut Jersey that JUST came out. Itís all sparkly and glittery in off colors and everyone was asking her were she got on game day. She loved the extra attention. It also got her some extra attention for the legendary Packalope. This man is in the NFL Hall of Fame as a fan, and has been on countless television specials, documentaries and sporting magazines as an ďUltimate FanĒ.

Giving the Packalope some love.

Of course Ktreva wasnít the only one that got their picture taken. We were doing some pre-tailgating tailgating. Yes, I that is correct. As we were walking around what did I see, a giant walking inflatable bottle of Miller Lite with two of the Miller Girls in tow. They were handing out stuff and about for photo opportunities. Me being the dirty old man that I am couldnít pass up a chance to have my picture taken with the Giant inflatable bottle and the two slightly less attractive than my wife Miller Girls. Unfortunately the bottle did not find it amusing when I tried to pop his top for a frosty one. Later on they had the Miller Lite Ref girls walking around as part of the Beer League policing. Ktreva wouldnít let me get my picture with them though, something about me being a perv.

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Trust me that smile is real.

We had club seats for the game, which were really nice. Cup holders, waitresses, private bathrooms, a special lounge, and VIP access. Well worth the price of admission. We sat around some of the best and nicest people weíve met at a game. We made friends with the people around us and had a great time. There were some Charger fans sitting in the ďcommonerĒ section right below us that were really obnoxious. Of course once the game started going against them, they shut up. They also left with more than 2 minutes left on the clock. We met some really nice Charger fans, so Iím not saying all of them are obnoxious, but this group of 20 definitely was. To make matters worse, I think they were related to one of the players.

One of the guys were sitting with took a picture of Ktreva and I together. Between her Jersey and my necklace we were a hit. Oh, I forgot to tell you about the necklace! You have all seen the Packer Cheese wedges; well this year they have the ďWisconsin LeiĒ. Itís a lei made out of foam cheese and bratwursts. I saw it and had to buy one!

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She couldnít keep her hands off of my meat.

Every year Green Bay has a specialty hat they sell for various charities and causes. A couple of years ago it was a pink hat for breast cancer, last year was a red hat for heart disease, this year it was a charcoal gray hat for the Military. They even had a wall were fans can sign a thank you to the troops. Of course I bought the hat and signed the wall, $5.00 of the hat goes toward charities that focus on veteran health, counseling and family support.

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Me signing the wall after buying the hat on Saturday.

We had a great weekend. A lot of football (Packers beat the Chargers 31 to 24), we even had time to catch a couple of movies we wanted to see, ate at some great restaurants and just had some one on one time that we really needed to have.

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September 22, 2007

More time Wasters

I really meant to be on the road for Green Bay by now, but I started playing this game. I'm not sure what it's called as it's mostly in Japanese. Depending on what order you pick the different panels depends on how your island grows. There are so many different combinations that it's really hard to figure out what is the best pattern.

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How to Cope with Death.

Here is a funny animated short on how to deal with death when it comes.

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September 21, 2007

Why don't he write?

Okay, Iíve had enough people ask me about the poor demise of Graumagus and Frizzen Sparks. People itís really not my place to give you all of the details, but I will give you some. But in fine re-enactor tradition Iím going to do it in song format

(Sung to the tune of General Taylor)

Graumagus has gone away.
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Graumagus has gone away.
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks dot com.

To me way hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Way, hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

Forgot to renew the domain.
Nothing to read John, donít go to read.
The address didnít remain.
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

To me way hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Way, hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

Someone claimed up the domain.
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Grau with anger has gone insane.
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

To me way hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Way, hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

Grauís not sure what to do.
Nothing to read John, donít go to read.
Grauís mood has turned blue.
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot Com.

To me way hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Way, hey, hey Grau
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks Dot com.

Frizzen Sparks is dead and gone.
Nothing to read John, Donít go to read.
Frizzen Sparks is dead and gone.
Nothing to read at Frizzen Sparks dot com.

Hey writing a song about this is not that easy. For those of you that missed the point. He forgot to renew his domain and thinks someone poached it. Heís not sure what heís going to do right now. And that is all the information any of you are getting from me regarding it. If you want to know more, youíll have to talk to him.

Oh, and I didn't like the address because I didn't want to drive any more traffic that way if it was indeed stolen.

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100,000 visits.

Well hell it looks like I just passed the 100,000k visitor mark. The lucky(?) person was refered over from Quality Weenie with the Internet provider being Wide Open West.

Huh... I wonder if I should have offered a prize for that... but what the hell would I give?

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Big weekend.

This weekend I'm actually taking Ktreva out of town on a romantic weekend for two. Saturday I'm going to take her shopping and on Sunday I have tickets to a very hard to get show. I know people that have been waiting years to get their hands on these tickets.

To learn more, see the extended entry.

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That's right I'm taking Ktreva to Green Bay for a football filled weekend! We are leaving Saturday and not coming back until Monday. This is some much needed alone time. We hardly get to do anything just the two of us. This weekend is shaping up to be beautiful too. 76 degrees in Green Bay as a high with clear skies. Sure it's not perfect football weather, but I'll take it over rain any day.

So while all of you are at home watching the Games on TV, remember I'll be hoisting a bottle of water (blech!) to your health up in Lambeau Field.

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Home from work again.

I'm at work and my mother calls. Clone has explosive diarrhea and had to leave pre-school. So I'm home taking care of him. The worst part of this is that he doesn't feel sick or bad at all, he just has liquid poop shooting out his boot. There is also the problem that it happens so fast there isn't time for him to get to the bathroom.

Yea, I think I'd rather be at work.

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September 20, 2007

Not sure what will help.

It looks like Boopie is up to old tricks. Ktreva has been asking him for a while now if heís been doing his homework and what not, he of course has been saying yes. Well due to a history of the boy not doing his homework, she called the school. Guess what, so far two of his teachers have confirmed he has not been turning in his homework and that he could end up failing some of his classes this quarter.


So now Boopie of course is mad at us because not only did we not trust him, but also heís grounded and loss the use of his cell phone. (All his phone are belong to me.) Of course since he is a Gen Y or millennial, he feels this is completely unfair. My thing is that heís going to pass High School if it kills him and heís going to start learning to tell the truth if I have to beat it out of him.

To be honest Iím almost at my wits ends with the boy. He wonít put on clean cloths, he wonít shower, he wonít eat, and then he lies about itÖ badly. Iím tempted to start looking into boarding or military schools, but I just donít know if he would last at either one before they sent him home.

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September 19, 2007

Fat Tire

Tonight I decided to review a beer that Iíve had many people ask me if I had tried one. Iíve seen it around for a while now, but just never tried it. This week I decided due to the fact I kept meaning to review it and I was asked 5 times in the last two weeks about it, that I was going to do a review of Fat Tire Amber Ale by the New Belgium Brewing Company in Fort Collins CO.

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Even though it comes in a 12 oz brown bottle, this one has a different shape to it. Along the base of the neck there is a band blown into the glass with the name of the brewing company on it. The label is blue and red with a picture of a red bicycle on it and the name of the beer under the bike. There are hops in the blue border framing the bike. On the side there is a story of how Fat Tire got itís name.

When poured into a glass it forms about a quarter inch white head with large bubbles. The head fades fast leaving a film on the top of the beer and some lacing on the side of the glass. There is a deep clear amber color to it. Light passes through easily with no problems.

I had difficulty making out the full scent of the beer initially. The scent was not weak, just very subtle. There was a pleasant combination of malts with a citrus accent. The taste was very mild. It had a light malt flavor with a mild hop backbone. There was just a hint of bitterness that enhanced the flavor. There is almost no aftertaste.

This is a medium bodied beer with a light carbonation to it. Itís very easy to drink and leaves almost no coating in the mouth.

This is another beer that I had heard a lot of people say was a great beer, and it is very good. The flavor was a little mild and the nose was kind of weak. Over all I thought this was a good beer. I could see someone sitting down on a hot summer day drinking a six-pack of this with some friends while they grilled. Iím going to rate this a 5.5 out of ten.

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Twas hell i'twas.

I'm back from my retreat. God that was awfully boring, especially since most of the stuff they covered we covered at the Conference I went to in August and other meetings I've attended in the last three months.

I'd tell you more about it, but I really need a beer right now. For the beer review that is... yeah for the beer review.

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September 18, 2007

Off again

Work is sending me off on another retreat. No, this one is not sensitivity class. What burns me about this whole thing is that again I asked "Do I have to go?" Because I have a lot of stuff going on at work, at home and with my health I didn't feel that two extra days out of the office would do me any good. In their infinite wisdom it was decreed that this, indeed, was a mandatory event and I have to go.

So last week I'm finishing up details and seeing who else is going from my office so we can carpool or what not. They have 8 of these seminars going on through out the year, so the sups attending were spread out. Come to find out that no one else from my office is attending this one. Even the ones that were assigned to go at this time aren't going. It seems that they weren't able to register, so they aren't going.

In fact most of the other management in the office is not attending. Needless to say this rather irritates me because if I had known that if I just held off registering for this and waited too long, that I wouldn't have to go.

This double standard at work is really starting to piss me off.

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September 17, 2007

Week 2 hijinks.

Yesterday Tammi invited the family down to watch football with her and her Sunday Ticket. She even was going to cook stuff I could eat. How could I turn that down? The only thing that would have made it better is if we could have talked the ladies into wearing cheerleader outfits and serving us male folks, but hey I know that will NEVER happen. Unfortunately this was the first time Tammi, Harvey and TNT got to see me in football mode. Ktreva and the boys have seent his many times in the past.

There I am in her house in a nice quiet small community. Her windows were open so that the cool September air could keep us cool. She has a nice spread set out and there I sat on the Golden Throne with remote in hand. A glass of Glenmorangie 10 year in my other hand and Iím talking in a normal and respectable manner (for me). Then it happens, a play, a big play. A play that involves either my team or a player I have on a fantasy team, and any ounce of respectability dies and my voice carries across the valley.

Such terms as:

ďRun! Run you magnificent black man you!Ē

ďFor the love of Pete, just let Colston get a touchdown!Ē

ďF@#$ Toomer!Ē

ďGive the ball to Colston already!Ē

ďRun faster, run like you stole it!Ē

ďDAMMIT! Thatís not Colston!Ē

ďF@#$ Brees!Ē

ďEli, Archie doesnít love you anymore. Peyton gets all of daddyís love.Ē

ďIs Colston even playing?!?!Ē

There were many more, but I just wanted to give you a sample. The best part was that since the windows were open my voice had to have carried out of the house and Tammiís poor neighbors had to have heard most of them. I think I just took her fine respectable reputation down a couple of notches.

The sadest thing is that I was holding back.

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September 15, 2007

A gentlemens Duel.

Here's an entertaining animated short that is rather amusing. It has an interesting steampunk theme to it. It runs just under 8 minutes, but it is worth the watch.

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The Chewbacca Defense?

I've heard of people using various different defenses while in court. There is self-defense, insanity, temporary insanity, justification and many more that they can plead. Until now I've never heard anyone plea "I was Chewbacca."
See what happens when a Chewbacca impersonator goes in front of Judge Joe on an battery charge.

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September 14, 2007

For Harvey...

...because it's what he wanted.

It's Harvey of Bad Example Birthday today. He had one wish for his birthday.

This year's theme... Boobs.

Specifically adult human female breasts.

Since he is one of my blogging mentors and just an all around good guy I decided to get him exactly what he wanted. The problem is that I just couldn't pick out one pair. I spent most of the day shopping. It was really hard to find the perfect set of Golden Bozos for him. I obsessed all day over the gift. Searching everywhere I just could not make up my mind.

Finally I found the perfect gift. I'll warn you now this is NSFW I hope you enjoy Harvey!

As a bonus gift since it is football season, I also added in this football fascinated well endowed girl.

Carmen Loves Football

See more like this on

Happy Birthday Harvey!

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Who would have thought?

I discovered something new last night about my wife. Apparently gently slapping the sides of her breasts in a playful manner is not something she enjoys.

Ktreva also didnít seem pleased when I referred to them as ďfun bagsĒ.

My head is still sore this morning.

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September 13, 2007

I'm afraid he'll never learn.

Well it looks like Boopie is up to old tricks. It was discovered through deductive reasoning and his inability to tell a lie. Well he can lie, but heís really, really bad at it. Apparently heís just been getting up in the morning, watching TV and not making his lunch or anything. Heís been borrowing money from a friend with promises to pay it back and buying a lunch. Then he comes harassing me about his allowance, which wonít cover how much heís borrowed. He gets his financial sense from his biological father.

It started with me noticing that the items I bought for him to take for lunch were not being used. I knew he probably wasnít eating, but I wanted to get his side of the story before I confronted him. And this is what happened:

Me: What did you have for lunch today?

Boopie: A Sandwich and some chips.

Me: Really? What did you make the sandwich out of?

Boopie: Weíre out of bread arenít we?

Me: You tell me. What did you make a sandwich with.

Boopie: My friend A-boy gave me a couple pieces of bread to make a sandwich with.

Me: Really? He gave you the meat and cheese too?

Boopie: No, I brought some of ours.

Me: Boopie, that has to be the worst lie Iíve heard you tell.

Boopie: Ö

Me: We arenít out of bread, we have a brand new loaf. When I made my sandwich this morning I used the last of the old loaf, I can see you didnít open the new one. I can also see that you havenít been eating the lunchmeat or cheese.

The conversation went on from there, but he told three more obvious lies, got grounded, and is now sulking in his room. I also told him that itís time for him to start taking responsibility for his actions. The next time I catch him not making a lunch, eating or telling a lie; Iím going to make sure the consequences match his actions.

If only he could tell a half way believable lie.

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September 12, 2007


This weekís beer was donated to the cause by my blog spawn Bruce. He gave me a bottle for tonightís review because he was tired of me pouring the remaining 5 bottles of a six-pack down the drain. That and I have the sneaky suspicion he just didnít want to drink it. Todayís brew is Demolition by Goose Island Beer Co.

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Again we have the standard 12 oz bottle brown bottle that we see most beers come in. The label is tan and looks like a bad photocopy job, but I think it was meant to be like that. In the middle of a long story about the beer is the name, ďDEMOLITIONĒ in bigger bold lettering. On the back label it states that this beer was bottle on 042006 and states (Flavor will continue to develop over fiver years.) That list bit may be important later on.

It has a nice golden honey coloring to it. It is very cloudy. Light will pas through, but you arenít able to actually see through the beer to the other side of the glass. When poured it produced a quarter inch white head, but it faded quickly to just a film on top and then a ring around the edge of the glass. There is no lacing at all.

The beer has a scent of citrus and grass. A slight hint of honey is also noticeable. An underlying aroma of hops is also present. The taste is bitter, bitterer than an IPA. In fact itís so bitter that it overpowers most of the other flavors. The best I can give you is a hint of citrus. You can also taste the alcohol in it, this beer is 8% Alcohol By Volume (ABV), and itís noticeable in that slight grain alcohol taste to it. And not good grain alcohol, but run through the radiator flavor kind of grain alcohol.

The beer itself is medium bodied and has a nice silky mouth feel to it. It is a little heavy on the carbonation, but not too bad.

Ben Franklin has the famous quote, ďBeer is proof that god loves us and wants us to be happy.Ē Well after drinking this I can say, ďThe fact that Bruce gave me this beer to drink is proof that he hates me and wants me to live in gastric pain for the rest of the week.Ē This is a seriously unpleasant beer to drink. In fact this will be in the running for the worst beer Iíve drank in the last 5 years. Now, maybe I should have let it sit the five years in my fridge as the label suggests, but it already had a year aging and it tastes god awfully bad. To be honest I had this beer for the first time a year ago (Same six pack) and itís been kept refrigerated since. It tastes worse than it did then. Iíve got to give this a 2 out of 10, and I may be being generous with that score.

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This guy(?) needs a life.

Yet another example of why I'm going to hell. This video clip is of either the gayest guy on the internet or a very masculine woman crying over Britney Spears being blasted by the media. I laughed so hard I almost popped a stitch.

Normally I would leave this for Saturday, but it's too good to hold onto.

UPDATE: Apparently Yahoo and ABC have gotten a hold of this video and think it's "news".

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BlogCrawl Update

Okay, just a reminder that Blogcrawl 2007 is kicking off in exactly 17 days. That means you all have some time to prepare. Now, for those of you that are new to the Blogcrawl or have forgotten what it is, the point is that you are supposed to get intoxicated to a level of personal comfort and make comments on blogs. Why? Because I love reading drunken comments. Of course there are some rules with the blog crawl and they go like this:

A) You have to be 21 years old to participate and drink. I donít want some minorís parents coming back and saying I told them to get pissed drunk and go on the Internet. If you are under 21, you may still participate as a designated blogger. If you don't want to drink but still make stupid comments, be my quest!

2) Drink as much as you comfortably feel you should. This is for fun, I donít want to have blog fodder stories involving charcoal slurries and ER visits. Be responsible, especially if you have to drive. Iím saying right now that if you do something stupid and hurt yourself I will make fun of you. I am neither legally, morally nor ethically responsible for anything you do either in the real world or on the Internet. You are all adults and responsible for your own actions.

D) Please attempt to limit the Blog Crawl comments to the hours of 7:00PM September 29 and 7:00 AM CST September 30th. Just so itís easier to track and the time zone differences for all the participants. Not that Iím going to link to every single post that has a comment on it, I just donít want to search for them Sunday to see what everyone said. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged. Same with day after posts.

4) Try to leave a comment on every blog in the Bad Example and Frizzen Sparks family. You may use my side bar as a reference if you donít know who they are. Do not feel limited to these blogs only, go ahead and hit any other blog you would like as well. Oh, and a drunken post on your own blog is perfectly acceptable and encouraged.

Thatís it for the rules. They are pretty simple, arenít they? Okay now here is the fun part. I am going to head down to Fritzís Wooden Nickel in Stillman Valley to get my drunk on, I probably will not get home until after midnight. Iím planning on hitting Fritzís between 3:30 and 4:30 PM and drinking the night away. Hey, itís my birthday and my liver, donít you judge me! Any and all of you that want to come and meet me there for the celebration would be great. However, if you could let me know if you plan on being there in advance I would appreciate it. That way I can give Fritz a headís up on how many to expect. If someone does set up a chat channel this year, itís all good. Just donít expect me to be on there until well after midnight and even then I may not be all that active as Iím trying to make drunken comments.

Before I go to Fritzís Iím planning on heading down to the Buffalo Range in Ottowa, Illinois. It even looks like they are having a Pig Roast on that day. See even they are getting into the Blogcrawl! There is a $25.00 range fee for shooting.

So please let me know if you want to play, and lets drum up some excitement for this. If you post about it, please link back to this one and leave a comment so I can return the love. In 2005 we had one heck of a turn out, Iím hoping to do so again.

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Definately not routine.

Well this day is not going as planned. First I got up late due to a miscommunication with Ktreva. I rushed to work, got some stuff done and then ran to the doctor for a standard appointment. This appointment didnít go anywhere what I thought it would. It started with a small appointment to check out some of my medical issues and turned into a small surgical procedure.

I couldnít believe how fast this went. The Doctorís office called the insurance, faxed the information did the pre-cert and got benefits in less than 10 minutes. People, Iíve never seen such a rapid response in my life. I went from the exam room to the procedure room in under 30 minutes, had the procedure and was sent home in less than two hours. Now Iím at home ďtaking it easyĒ.

Unfortunately the stitches itch.

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September 11, 2007

Please let it be mud.

Youíve been driving for hours. Your bladder is stretched to its limits and you really regret drinking that last 4 ounces of water even though you are really, really thirsty. With much anxiety your legs are bouncing up and down and wiggling back and forth as you try to hold back the flood. Finally after hours of travel you find a place that has a public restroom. Just the site of it makes you smile and laugh with glee. Quickly you park the vehicle, jump out and run inside. Youíre barely able to keep the contents inside and know that if you go any further youíd lose control. As you walked into a public bathroom, you find it to be really disgusting. I mean horribly and massively disgusting.

Have you ever had anything like this happen to you? It doesnít matter if you were at a gas station, a rest stop, the mall or a restaurant, anywhere youíve been have you found it so dirty and unclean that itís technically unusable? Now due to the circumstances such as the ones listed above, have you gone ahead and used it anyway?

Iím just curious if this has happened to anyone else. A couple of weeks ago I stopped in a gas station just because I had to go so bad it hurt. As I walked into the bathroom it looked like it hadnít been cleaned in weeks. There was mud (In my head it was mud, and yes I had to convince myself of that) all over the floor and sink. The entire room stank of stale urine and feces. The toilet was clogged with toilet paper, feces and urine.

But I had to go really badÖ

Öso I did. The next bathroom was at least 30 minutes away and I wasnít going to make it and the thought of pissing on the side of the building did come to mind, but so did the arrest that goes with it. The whole time Iím trying to convince myself that Iím standing on dried mud, yet that didnít work when I was finished and went to wash my hands. I couldnít bring myself to touch the sink. Folks, I donít have a problem being dirty, but I do have a problem handling what could possibly be another persons arse droppings.

To make matters worse when I told the girl working the counter their bathroom is in dire need of cleaning, she replied, ďYea we know. Weíre waiting for the cleaning guy to get here.Ē They could have at least put an out of order sign on it.

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September 10, 2007

Clone says it's healthy.

Tonight after work I grabbed Clone and headed to the grocery store to do our weekly grocery shopping. I prefer to do it on Mondays because itís less busy. To make him feel like heís helping me, I like to have him ďhelpĒ me make a menu and grocery list. In other words, I already know what itís going to be, I just give him choices on which night is what. He is young enough not to realize that heís not actually picking the food, Iím just giving him choices of stuff Iím going to make anyway. Sometimes I actually decide on what we should have.

Clone has over heard Ktreva and I having conversations about eating healthy and what I can and canít eat. When I asked him what he wanted for dinner on Saturday he says, ďI want pizza with pepperonis. Itís healthy with the pepperonis, then the cheese and the sauce under it. Itís really good for me. Really daddy, itís health for me.Ē He was as serious as a heart attack that Pepperoni Pizza was healthy.

I almost ran over a Prius because I was laughing so hard.

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Week 1 down.

After the first week of the NFL season I want to share some observations and opinions with everyone.

There were some really good games and some that were really one sided. The Packer game was a good close game that I thought was interesting to watch. It was a strong defensive game, the type I like. Plus the Packers won, which always makes it a good game. The Bears Vs Chargers game started off good, but turned bad in the second half when San Diego started running off with the game. I think it was due to the fact that the offense could not hold onto the ball and that the defense was getting worn down being hammered on by LT and Gates. However Grossman performed almost exactly how I thought he would against the Chargers. Now Bear fans take solace in this; itís only week one and the Chargers are a tough team.

What is up with the running backs this week? Other than Addai in Indianapolis, most of them put up dismal yardage. If they did put up over a hundred yards, they didnít score. Itís almost as if every team in the NFL decided to forgo the ground game and stick to the air. Is it because defenses are stacking against the ground? Maybe they are preparing for an onslaught of rushing all season and thatís how every team except New Orleans built their defense.

Speaking of sticking to the air, what the hell is up with all the QBís that got 4 or more touchdowns in one game? Brady, Romo, Rothlesberger, Eli and Peyton Manning. Thatís not even including the four QBs that are going to be playing tonight! Potentially there is a chance of adding a couple more names to that list. Usually if you get a QB that scores that many touch downs, itís only one maybe two a week. It is NOT five or more that sling the pigskin for the touchdowns.

Iím wondering what is going to happen with the obviously horribly missed off sides against the Bears that wasnít called. It was clear that the Bearís defensive tackle, Tommie Harris was off sides and possibly encroachment when he forced the goal line fumble of Philip Rivers. But none of the officials called it.

We have two more games tonight and then itís on to week two.

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September 09, 2007

Oh, it's go time for Football!

Pool sheets printed, Fantasy Teams rosters printed, stat books on the ready and tip sheets loaded. 10 pounds of meat, buns, condiments, snacks all ready to go. A couple of gallons of water chilling (Because I can't drink Beer!) Ktreva has hung her "We put this marriage on hold for Packer Season" sign up. It can only mean one thing.


Yea, I'm a little excited. I'm getting ready to head over to Bruce's house for a kick off Sunday party. I haven't been this excited since the Raptor's Season started last April.

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September 08, 2007

She sucks as a CSI.

Well we know what her social life is like.

I remember in college during my investigations class when I first learned about this technique. Shortly after I installed a black light in my room just to piss off my roommate. He had his girlfriend over all the time and well, they wouldn't necessarily clean too well.

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Managerial how-to video.

Here's a little educational video for all of you supervisors, managements and those aspiring to be in a position like that one day.

I would love to do something like this at my job. Unfortunately I think I would get sent back to sensitivity class yet again. What's even funnier about this video to me is that the complaining about headsets is something that I've had to deal with in my previous positions. The complaint about the headset being 5 years old and a "a little unstable" was one I received all the time. The headset I'm currently using I've had for 8 years and it's just fine.

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Cheerleaders going down.

Okay, maybe it's because I'm a arsehole that I find this amusing. Maybe it's because I'm a bit on the sadistic side. Actually it's both of those and the deep seeded hatred I still have of Cheerleaders left over from High School. I'm not saying they aren't cute, and I don't want Ktreva to dress up as one at least once a month, but in general cheerleaders tend to annoy the crap out of me.

Since I found it funny and it is prime high school and college football time, I felt this video was appropriate. Enjoy Cheer leading routines gone bad.

Cheerleaders Going Down

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Zombie Time Waster

Here's another fun little zombie game, Zombie Horde3. You need to raise money to buy more weapons, armor, ammo and health so that you can accomplish missions.

It's fun, and I lost a couple hours of my life playing it.

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Best singing Muppets.

Here is a blast from the past. A video clip of the Swedish Chef, Beaker and Animal singing one of the worst Irish songs ever, Oh Danny Boy. When they sing it, it's not bad.

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Baking while you work.

It may be a little too late in the year to post this, but I'm going to anyway as I just found it. All of us have gotten into a a car on a hot day at some time. We know it's hot and we've heard all the warnings about leaving kids and pets inside a car. Well lets put that radiant solar energy to good use. How about the next time you are at work you get some baking done? Over at Baking Bites they have an article on Car-Baked Chocolate Chip Cookies.

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September 07, 2007

Go Fred Go!

For those of you that havenít heard, Fred Thompson declared he is running for the U.S. top job, President of the United States. Since he is the first candidate in years that not only I like, but I also agree with on a majority of the topics, Iím going to help with some local campaigning.

One of the things Iíve done was put up a donation button for his campaign. Not that I think Iím going to drive a lot of donations his way, but I figure it couldnít hurt.

Right now Iím just excited by the fact that I actually have a candidate that I like and will support. In years past I ended up debating on which candidate was the greater evil and actually ended up not voting for one person, but against the other.

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September 06, 2007

Clone chooses a career.

Last night I had some one on one time with Clone. Ktreva went to a local spa after work to get a message and Boopie finally was able to go over to a friendís house to hang out. After I did the dishes and started dinner, I discovered that the poor boy had fallen asleep on the couch. EXHAUSTED I tell you, itís hard work being four. It took me an hour of rousing him to get him awake and keep him that way. It didnít help I did my beer review in that time. Fortunately when I served him dinner he finally woke up and stayed awake.

I spent an hour making dinner. Fresh herb crusted salmon, steamed fresh asparagus with a roasted garlic glaze and a dinner salad. Of course I was the only one to enjoy it. Clone loved the salmon but could care less about the asparagus and salad. After some fighting I got him to eat enough of it to satisfy me. After dinner I asked if he wanted to play a game, but he said no. He ďjust wanted to watch TV.Ē

As I sat down on the couch he climbed up next to me. Then he climbed up onto my lap and together we watched Ghost Hunters. We would talk about what we saw on the TV and Iíd explain they were out proving there were no ghosts. (Heís four Iím not going to tell him they are trying to find ghosts or heíd never go to sleep) Heíd ask questions, Iíd give him the answers if I had them or a couple of times we had to go look it up on the internet.

At the end of the night as I was putting him to bed he told me, ďWhen I get big like you dad, Iím going to prove there are no ghosts.Ē After that he told me I was the best dad in the world. Which I highly doubt, but it makes me feel good that he thinks that.

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September 05, 2007

Arcadia Ales Scotch Ale

Tonightís beer I had seen in the stores for a while, but something about it made me not want to try it. Iím not sure what it was, but it was almost like maybe the display or packaging was trying too hard to get my attention. Finally I caved in and bought it to try. Youíll see why thatís surprising. Tonight I tried Arcadia Alesí Scotch Ale by the Arcadia Brewing Co in Battle Creek MI.

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It came in the standard 12 oz brown bottle. The neck label had the brewery name on it and some Celtic knotwork. The body label was the Cross of Saint Andrewís with a pair of two-handed claymores crossing and a thistle in the middle. The name of the beer was in purple under center.

The coloring was a rich dark brown with a ruby tint. Light passed through it with some difficulty, but was able to pass through. It poured no head. The best I got was a ring around the edge of the glass. It left no lacing and after a couple of minutes the thin, barely noticeable ring had faded to nothing.

The beer smelled of a nice smoky peat you get with a good Scottish ale. A mixture of sweet spices and molasses helped round off the scent. The first sip revealed a taste that was a combination of smoked grains, caramel and a slight raisin accent. It had a rich malty flavor. There were some hop accents, but not much, almost no bitterness at all.

It had a good medium body to it. A slight creaminess helped coat the tongue and mouth. There was a nice level of carbonation that gave a slight bite to the tongue.

Iím a huge fan of Scottish Ales; they are of my top three favorite beers. (Can any of you guess what the other two are?) This is not a bad Scottish ale. Unfortunately itís not one of the best out there either. I found this to be appealing, yet still there was something about it that made me feel like it was trying to hard to cater to the ďScottishĒ crowd. Over all Iím rating this a 5 out of 10.

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Have you ever noticed that if you give a teenager the choice of doing a chore today or tomorrow, they will always choose tomorrow? I told Boopie Monday that he could either mow the law Monday or he had to do it Tuesday. Now since Monday was Memorial Labor Day he decided that he was going to do it yesterday. He didnít want to ďruin his holiday by workingĒ. Which is fine, thatís why I gave him the option of doing it yesterday instead. However, I told him that he would be mowing the lawn prior to going to his friendís house or anything else.

Last night heís pitching a fit because he wants to go to his friendís house. He knew I was going to say no, so he tried asking Ktreva instead. Unfortunately for him, she knew he had to mow the lawn first. Then he tried to pull, ďThe lawn doesnít look like it needs mowing.Ē Well it does. Hell even if I didnít have him to mow the lawn it would have been me to mow it, itís that bad.

He tried one last thing. He has a lot of homework to do tonight and he doesnít like it when everything falls on the same day. Of course my response was, ďMow the lawn, oh and you had the option of doing it Monday. You chose to put it off until tonight. Also if you have that much homework, you need to do that before going to your friends.Ē

The joys of teenagers.

UPDATE: Yea, I get Labor and Memorial day confused.

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September 04, 2007

How the weekend was spent.

What a fun weekend... for me. I spent most of the time over the weekend watching movies and working leather. This surprisingly enough was so much fun Iím actually looking for some more leatherworking projects to get started on. I calculated the amount of time spent working leather and I figure I spent at least 35 hours at it.

When I wasn't working leather I helped Bruce move a couch from another friendís house to his. Where he proceeded to drop the steel framed beast on me. I'm okay, just a slight twang in the arm. I also spent some time with Wes drinking some Jack Daniels on his front porch. Allegedly we got quite loud yelling at people as the passed by oh and started pissing in his front yard. I don't know how much truth is to that last part, but I do know that Ktreva came from three houses down to get me under the guise that she was worried I didnít have my keys to get back in the house. When in all actuality it was because we were being loud and I think I embarrassed her.

Over all it was a good weekend. We had a lot of fun and I got a lot of work done.

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September 03, 2007

Happy Labor Day.

It's labor day, a time for people to get together, grill some meat, drink beer and celebrate the American worker and women that have given birth. Well, maybe not that second half.

To me it also symbolizes the end of the summer. Technically it's not over until September 21st, but you know what. It doesn't technically start on Memorial day either. And guys if you are lucky enough to have a beautiful lady doing the grilling for you, let me give you all some tips.

Make sure that you give her the meat she needs. It has to be thick and juicy.

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Then make sure she fans the flames so it's nice and hot. She can do what ever she needs to warm it up for you.

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Happy Labor Day!

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That's the way to go.

COOL! That's how I'd want to go.

How will I die?
Your Result: You will die while having sex.

Your last moments in this life will be enjoyable indeed...hopefully. Do not fear sex. Try not to become celibate as a way of escaping death. You cannot run from destiny.

You will be murdered.
You will die while saving someone's life.
You will die in a car accident.
You will die from a terminal illness.
You will die in a nuclear holocaust.
You will die in your sleep.
You will die of boredom.
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On the down side the next time some guy tells me he's going to kill me, I'm going to get real nervous about what EXACTLY he's going to do. Now the next time Ktreva tells me she going to kill me, I know its time to head to the bedroom!

As stolen from VW of One Happy Dog Speaks. She got it from Mrs. Who of House of Zathras.

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Alcohol Therapy.

It seems that Graumagus of Frizzen Sparks finally got off his ass and decided to do something about his great emotional funk he's been in. He decided to get rip-roaring drunk on flavored vodka mixed with energy drinks (Which means he can now officially be called a Metrosexual at best).

Anyway, in his drunken stupor he put up a crap load worth of posts in what appears to be a relatively short about of time. Some are amusing just for the drunk factor. Go over and make his foggy headed morning for him and leave lots of comments, loudly.

And for the record I don't have three nipples, and if you want me to prove it, better bring some sunglasses. That much glowing white skin can damage your retinas.

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September 02, 2007

Labor day

I spent most of the day yesterday working leather for new moccasins and a reinforced leather sheath for my new knife. Today I'm helping Bruce move a couch and when I return it's back to working on the moccasins. Tomorrow I'm sure it's more leather work and doing some high intensity grilling.

I guess labor day is aptly named. Normally I don't do this much work on a weekend, let alone a holiday weekend.

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September 01, 2007

Must see movie.

For years they've made movies based on video games. Now they've finally made a movie based on a classic video game that looks like it's worth watching.

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Another "good" parent.

This is absolutely hilarious. I'm not sure what's funnier, the kid as he's holding on for dear life or the way his mother just laughs at him through the whole thing.

Fat Kid Fall Out

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Okay, I'm going to go to hell for laughing at the kid.

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Okay, this isn't in English, but what the hell is up with the Japanesse and a bug that bites people in the arse?

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High Tech Noon

If you like old westerns and/or Sci-Fi you will have an appreciation for this one. Someone took an old western added some special effects, digital enhancement and some sound effects and made it more futuristic.

Personally I love the sound effects when the six-blaster is out of ammo.

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US Vs. Zombies

It's been a while since I' brought this subject up, but you need to know this. I have even more proof that the Zombie Threat is real. Just see this press conference that George Bush held! I mean a politician wouldn't lie to us would they?

People, grab your arms and push the undead horde back into hell!

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