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This Is Not A Test

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I can’t help but laugh whenever I read one of these stories.

President Hussein said Monday that students should take fewer standardized tests and school performance should be measured in other ways. Too much testing makes education boring for kids, he said.

“Too often what we have been doing is using these tests to punish students,” the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher told students and parents at a town hall hosted by the Univision Spanish-language television network at Bell Multicultural High School in Washington, D.C.

The Muslim Wookie Fucker, who is pushing a rewrite of the nation’s education law that would ease some of its rigid measurement tools, said policymakers should find a test that “everybody agrees makes sense” and administer it in less pressure-packed atmospheres, potentially every few years instead of annually.

At the same time, Kenya’s Favorite Son said, schools should be judged on criteria other than student test performance, including attendance rate.

Why do I laugh? Because every time I read one of these stories, I can’t help but remember when the better half was off applying to Ph.D. programs and repeatedly being denied. And just why was she being denied? Because of her lower-than-average GRE score.

Never mind the fact her grades were in the high 3.0s, she had real-word experience and was on the way to graduating with a M.A. Several academics flat-out told her all they do is look at the GRE Scores. Now you might say, “But kkk, maybe there were more qualified candidates.” Well if that’s the case, then how come her much less qualified foreign classmates got into the same programs?

I’ve often heard academics whine about testing, yet they are just as guilty of doing the same thing when it comes to admissions.

For the record, not getting into a Ph.D. program was one of the best things that every happened to Mrs. kkk — and that’s coming from her.

Other people from her Masters’ program got into Ph.D. programs with worse grades and zero experience, but their GRE scores were average. Every time I hear about academics whine about testing in government schools, this memory pops into my noggin’.

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March 31, 2011 at 3:39 pm

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Mapping Out Google’s Photo Schedule

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So today I took a look at the kkk Manor via Google Maps.

I really wish the Google People would have gone by my house with the camera after we got rid of the !@#$% weeds on the hillside from a year or two ago.

Wow. I can’t even remember what year we completed that project.

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March 30, 2011 at 3:28 pm

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My Big Redneck Blog Entry

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So a while back I tuned in to this CMT original series, “My Big Redneck Wedding.”

Yeah, it’s pretty much what you’d presume it to be.

I tuned into this show because there was an article in my local fishwrap about the “finale” episode, which was filmed not too far from where I live. After that show aired, I didn’t hear anything about this series getting renewed for a second season.

Well guess what I just found while going through possible viewing options for last night?


And now it’s on season THREE.

I missed an entire season of this television masterpiece. 😦

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March 29, 2011 at 3:14 pm

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Don’t Hate The Playgirl, Hate The Jews

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Oh, I will be getting this Playboy magazine for the articles.

Helen Thomas is not sorry, nor were the comments that ended her career accidental.

“I knew exactly what I was doing – I was going for broke,” she told Playboy in the magazine’s April interview. “I had reached the point of no return. You finally get fed up … I finally wanted to speak the truth.”

Thomas, of course, left her perch as the dean of the White House press corps last year after telling a rabbi and blogger that Jews should “get the hell out of Palestine” and “go home” to “Poland, Germany and America and everywhere else.” Her family is Lebanese and she grew up in the Detroit area, home to one of the country’s densest populations of Arab Americans.

She spoke to Playboy at length about the situation in Palestine, her feelings on American support of Israel, and her take on Jews.

But her most controversial comments echoed ones she’s made before about the influence of Jews in American life, which have contributed to her name being stripped from journalism awards.

“[The Jews are] using their power, and they have power in every direction,” she told Playboy. “Power over the White House, power over Congress … Everybody is in the pocket of the Israeli lobbies, which are funded by wealthy supporters, including those from Hollywood. Same thing with the financial markets. There’s total control … It isn’t the 2 percent. It’s real power when you own the White House, when you own these other places in terms of your political persuasion. Of course they have power. [To the interviewer] You don’t deny that. You’re Jewish, aren’t you?”

She also had some controversial views about memorializing the Holocaust.

“There’s nothing wrong with remembering it, but why do we have to constantly remember?” she said. “We’re not at fault. I mean, if they’re going to put a Holocaust museum in every city in Germany, that’s fine with me. But we didn’t do this to the Jews. Why do we have to keep paying the price and why do they keep oppressing the Palestinians? Do the Jews ever look at themselves? Why are they always right? Because they have been oppressed throughout history, I know. And they have this persecution. That’s true, but they shouldn’t use that to dominate.”

Here’s what I’ve always wanted to know, and maybe Grandma Helen can answer this for me. When the Jews own an industry like the media, is it just one Jew that does the ownership or is it like a big mutual fund where all the Jews get a cut? Do the Jews get to take turns owning certain endeavors — all those with last names ending A-M get first crack at the banks while those with last names ending N-Z get dibs on this year’s new military contracts?

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March 28, 2011 at 1:22 pm

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Locked Up Abored

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I talked about National Geographic’s “Locked Up Abroad” series a while back. Let’s see what I said.

So while I was cleaning the house yesterday, the National Geographic Channel (err, sorry, NAT-GEO) ran several episodes of its “Locked Up: Abroad” series. I’ve talked about this show in the past, and it always cracks me up whenever an episode involves some dope who’s a n00b to the drug-trafficking game. For some reason, I get a big kick out of seeing these people get busted.

“But *name of drug dealer* said the airport security overseas NEVER checks luggage for drugs.”


OK. Well, today I went on another “Locked Up” bender. This is one of those shows I watch a bunch at a time; if there’s a marathon on during the weekend, I might tune in. if I have nothing better to do.

This latest crop of shows wasn’t all that entertaining. In fact, a number of them barely touched upon the actual prison experience. Most of them dealt with how the spotlighted prisoner ended up in the foreign slammer. I don’t care how someone smuggled hash into Tokyo or out of Mexico. I want to see them fend for their lives in incarceration conditions that make the ACLU’s whining about U.S. inmates not receiving Internet access laughable. This latest batch was just … lame. It took 45 minutes for the Tokyo episode to even get to the part about jail. And even then it was boring. So the person had to sit down in one spot in her cell each day. Where were the shankings? The drugs-for-sex inmate transactions? The death?

You know, all the good stuff?

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March 27, 2011 at 1:14 pm

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Better Late Than Never

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Elizabeth Taylor was 15 minutes late to her funeral.

The actress, who was laid to rest Thursday in a private funeral at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale outside L.A., had made specific requirements about the service before she died Wednesday at age 79.

“The service was scheduled to begin at 2 p.m. but at Miss Taylor’s request started late,” her rep told Access Hollywood. “Miss Taylor had left instructions that it was to begin at least 15 minutes later than publicly scheduled, with the announcement, ‘She even wanted to be late for her own funeral.’”

Better than being 15 minutes early.

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March 26, 2011 at 1:12 pm

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Petty Politics

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You know, I say my fair share about the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher, but enough is enough.

After the death of Osama bin Laden, some Republicans have come out and said shit like, “Well if it wasn’t for George W. Bush and his commitment to the WAR ON TERROR, the Muslim Wookie Fucker wouldn’t have been able to get bin Laden.”

Well, OK, maybe these people didn’t say, “Muslim Wookie Fucker.” But they’ve pretty much said the rest.

Come on, now. It makes you look petty and stupid.

Kenyan Koffee Fetcher followers will claim his “go-ahead” to get bin Laden is one of the most courageous things any human has done since recorded history. Equally dumb are those on the other side saying things like what I mentioned above.

Those people in the middle of the political spectrum probably give the Muslim Wookie Fucker a pat on the back for letting the military do its job and let Osama meet Allah face-to-face. These were the same people who thought, whether right or wrong, the previous president thought he was acting in the country’s best interest in regards to national security.

I guess what I’m trying to say is can’t we all just get along ONCE IN A WHILE?

Sometimes I hate partisanship — and this coming from someone that edits out the name in news articles of the current occupier in the White House.

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March 25, 2011 at 10:22 pm

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Off-Continent Drilling

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Drill, Baby, Drill. If you’re from Brazil.

While leaving U.S. oil and jobs in the ground, the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher tells a South American neighbor that we’ll help it develop its offshore resources so we can one day import its oil. WHAT?!?

With Japan staggered by a natural disaster and a nuclear crisis, cruise missiles launched against Libya in our third Middle East conflict and a majority of U.S. senators complaining about a lack of leadership on the budget, President Obama decided it would be a good time to schmooze with Brazilians.

His “What, me worry?” presidency has given both Americans and our allies plenty to worry about. But in the process of making nice with Brazil, the Muslim Wookie Fucker made a mind-boggling announcement that should make even his most loyal supporter cringe:

We will help Brazil develop its offshore oil so we can one day import it.

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March 25, 2011 at 1:06 pm

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Who’s Firing Gilbert Gottfried?

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“I meant no disrespect.” That line was funnier than the actual Tweets in question.

A day after Gilbert Gottfried was fired as the Aflac duck for making light of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, the comedian is saying sorry.

“I sincerely apologize to anyone who was offended by my attempt at humor regarding the tragedy in Japan,” Gottfried, 56, the voice of the duck since 2000, says in a statement. “I meant no disrespect, and my thoughts are with the victims and their families.”

After Gottfried sent a series of joke-filled Tweets, Aflac’s Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer Michael Zuna issued a statement Monday saying, “Gilbert’s recent comments about the crisis in Japan were lacking in humor and certainly do not represent the thoughts and feelings of anyone at Aflac.”

I love Gilbert. I was also not offended by his comments, such as “Japan is really advanced. They don’t go to the beach. The beach comes to them.”

This guy does offensive jokes. That’s his schtick. The fact he also did similar jokes shortly after the 9/11 attacks, among other tragic events, gives him a pass in my book. He’s consistent in being an ass, and consistency is all I ask for.

Am I saying you shouldn’t be offended? Not at all. Do I blame Aflac for canning him? Nope.

So what’s the point of this? I have no idea. Hey, shiny object!

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March 24, 2011 at 12:54 pm

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This Entry Was Taylor-Made

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Guess God wanted someone to distract Jacko’s attention away from the sandbox and jungle gym area.

Elizabeth Taylor, the legendary actress famed for her beauty, her jet-set lifestyle, her charitable endeavors and her many marriages, has died, her publicist told CNN Wednesday. She was 79.

Here acting career was pretty much over when I got old enough to watch her movies. Because of this, she always seemed to be one of those people who was famous just for being famous. I know that’s not the case, but that’s how it was for me.

Peace out.

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March 23, 2011 at 10:48 pm

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A Toast To Stupid Operations

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Even though I know sticking a metal butter knife into a plugged toaster to get out a jammed pieced of toast isn’t smart, I do it anyway.

It’s like a real-life version of the game “Operation.”

Thank Allah getting toast out of this contraption isn’t as difficult as the “Writer’s Cramp” task in that game. I’d be dead by now if that were the case.

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March 22, 2011 at 12:45 pm

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Spring Into The Heat

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And of course on the second day of spring the office furnace decided to come on, which resulted in me … opening the windows.

And the boss wonders why I bought my own space heater this past winter.

Even though I prefer to be slightly chilled than warm while working, it’s always nice to be able to feel my fingers while typing.

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March 21, 2011 at 12:43 pm

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Freaky Friday

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I was recently informed of the viral “sensation” of this pop gem.

This has to some kind of satire on pop music, right?

When I heard this for the first time, I knew the “this isn’t serious” conspiracy was under way. As I listened, I was going back and forth as to whether this was meant to be taken as a joke.

Uncreative lyrics? Check.

Synthesized-sounding voice? Check.

“Yesterday was Thursday. Today is Friday. We so excited. Tomorrow is Saturday.”

OK, this whole production had to be done in a tongue-in-cheek way. But there have been other songs through the years that are just as corny … and making your wacky wishes come true.

But back to Friday.

I was still undecided in my verdict until I got to the part with the black guy doing the obligatory “rap” verse that seems to be popular with a number of these kinds of songs.

No way any self-respecting hip-hopper — even the Studio Gangstas and Wack MCs — would ever agree to be a part of this.

Case closed.

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March 20, 2011 at 12:25 pm

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Chitcat Smitchat

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So I make no bones about it. I HATE small-talk.

I like conversation just fine. I just loathe the pointless “How about this weather?” nonsense so many people accept as normal interaction. OK, so if there’s a blizzard or a prolonged drought, I could understand the weather question. However, I’m talking about small talk in general.

“Hi. How are you?”

“Great. And yourself?”

“Good. Thanks for asking.”

“You, too.”

*Insert barrel of loaded gun in mouth*

Well today I had my semi-annual trip to the dentist for routine cleaning. Yeah, I think you know where this is going.

The procedure started out fine enough. We actually had a decent conversation about what brands of toothpaste were best for getting rid of coffee/tea stains. But then I heard the following:

“So, any big plans for the weekend?”


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March 19, 2011 at 12:19 pm

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Walker: Wisconsin Governor

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“Dead Man Walker”


Oh and this made me laugh.

Wiping tears from beneath her dark-rimmed glasses, Anne Moser, 47, who works for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s science-based Water Library, said, “People know that violence doesn’t get you anywhere. The attack the Republicans have made is violent and a violation of human rights.

So unions are a “human right?” Here is the rest of the quote to show I’m not taking anything out of context.

It is an attack on the middle class. We teach our children to follow rules and to sit at the table and work it out, but that certainly hasn’t happened here.”

Jedi business. Go back to your drinks.

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March 18, 2011 at 12:03 pm

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No Certificate, But There Are Brackets

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An unconstitutional take-over of the health care system that won’t “add one dime” to the deficit.

Big whoop.

Picking Pitt to reach the Final Four?

Filling out a March Madness 2011 bracket for ESPN on Wednesday, President Hussein made his annual NCAA Tournament picks. Chalk would be the apt word for his March Madness bracket, with upsets hard to come by and all four No. 1 seeds in the Final Four. Yes, Ohio State, Duke, Kansas and Pittsburgh all survived the regionals in the Muslim Wookie Fucker’s bracket, which has Kansas beating Ohio State for the national championship.

Now I really know the Kenyan Koffee Fetcher is out of touch.

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March 17, 2011 at 7:59 pm

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So I guess the big story in this year’s list of basketball teams left out of the tournament is Colorado University. I hate these stories. Yeah, let’s waste our time talking about an imperfect team that SHOULD have deserved to be one of 60+ other teams to lose in the greatest tournament of all. This is almost as dumb as the similar debate about who gets left off an all-star team.

Besides, that’s what the NIT is for. No joke.

Sure it’s not March Madness, but those “bubble” teams have the ability to extend their season by five games should they go on a run in the NIT. And if you’re a really good mediocre team, you’ll get a few more games in front of your fans.

Here’s another plus. In previous years the NIT winner had to endure the quip, “We’re Number 65 (or 66, depending on the year).” Now with the March Madness tournament expanded to 68 teams, the NIT champ now gets to say, “Were 69.”

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March 16, 2011 at 11:48 am

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Fight For Your Right To Outrageously Party

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OK, so I thought MTV’s “My Super Sweet 16” show was bad. After all, it showed spoiled brats throwing tantrums because the over-the-top birthday party of theirs only cost five times the amount of America’s median household income.

I was wrong.

Introducing TLC’s “Outrageous Kids Parties.” My God. (Just watch the first minute or so of this video and ignore the rest of the cackling.)

Look, if the parents can afford this crap, then yay. In fact, some of the kids don’t seem … that … bad. Well, OK. Maybe just one out of the several shows I have seen. However, in this show, it’s the parents I want to kick the crap out of. In every show I’ve seen, it’s been the mothers who arrange these events and the fathers who have no clue what’s going on. Even though both adults are culpable, in my opinion, I tend to blame the mothers more in these cases. One theme I’ve noticed in the shows I’ve watched is that most of these women are living vicariously through their children and want to bring back their own childhood memories. Not sure if this is some hidden cry for help or what, but it’s certainly … outrageous.

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March 15, 2011 at 9:36 pm

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Putting The Lack Of Cops In Dayton On Holder

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So now an Dayton police applicant can get just over half correct on a test and still pass? What a joke.

The Dayton Police Department is lowering its testing standards for recruits.

It’s a move required by the U.S. Department of Justice after it says not enough African-Americans passed the exam.

Dayton is in desperate need of officers to replace dozens of retirees. The hiring process was postponed for months because the D.O.J. rejected the original scores provided by the Dayton Civil Service Board, which administers the test.

Under the previous requirements, candidates had to get a 66% on part one of the exam and a 72% on part two.

The D.O.J. approved new scoring policy only requires potential police officers to get a 58% and a 63%. That’s the equivalent of an ‘F’ and a ‘D’.

“It becomes a safety issue for the people of our community,” said Dayton Fraternal Order of Police President, Randy Beane. “It becomes a safety issue to have an incompetent officer next to you in a life and death situation.”

“The NAACP does not support individuals failing a test and then having the opportunity to be gainfully employed,” agreed Dayton NAACP President Derrick Foward.

The D.O.J. and Civil Service Board declined Dayton’s News Source’s repeat requests for interviews. The lower standards mean 258 more people passed the test. The city won’t say how many were minorities.

“If you lower the score for any group of people, you’re not getting the best qualified people for the job,” Foward said.

“We need to work with the youth and make them interested in becoming law enforcement officers and firefighters,” said Beane. “Break down the barriers whether they are real or perceived, so we can move forward in this community.”

The D.O.J. has forced other police departments across the country to lower testing standards, citing once again that not enough black candidates were passing.

The Dayton Firefighter recruit exam is coming up this summer. The chief said it’s likely the passing score for that test will be lowered as well.

Fuck Eric Holder and his department of social justice. The FOP President said it best: “It becomes a safety issue to have an incompetent officer next to you in a life and death situation.”

I’m not necessarily opposed to having more black officers out on the streets in Dayton. But not at the expense of lowering some already questionable standards.

I love the attitude of, “We’re not getting the desired outcome? Let’s just lower the standards.”

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March 14, 2011 at 10:21 pm

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Maddening Bracket

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So why aren’t all those “first round” NCAA games being played by the bottom eight teams for the right to get manhandled by a #1 seed in the “second round” of March Madness? I don’t follow any of this, so I’m sure there’s an explanation. I’m just lazy.

Oh what the heck, I’ll try to look it up.

The final four at-large teams and final four automatic qualifiers in the newly minted 68-team NCAA men’s basketball tournament field will meet for the right to enter the traditional 64-team draw, tournament selection committee chairman Dan Guerrero announced Monday.

A few paragraphs later.

Guerrero and Shaheen said the last four at-large teams would be put on the seed line the committee decided they earned. So, this could mean that two could be considered No. 12 seeds playing for the right to play a No. 5 and two could be No. 11s vying to play a No. 6 in the second round.

Oh that’s stupid. One section of the bracket has multiple play-in games, err, first-round games.

I don’t mind having 68 teams, but have the winners play the top seed in each region. And have the bottom eight teams play each other. Period.

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March 13, 2011 at 9:27 pm

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Ninja Fail

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Busted in the middle of the night? That’s a pretty shitty ninja.

A Scottdale man was charged with endangering the welfare of children after he was found dressed in black and “playing ninja” on a street while his child was at home alone.

Scottdale police said they saw a man in all-black clothing walking east on Fifth Avenue in 20-degree temperatures at 1:23 a.m. March 3.

Ross M. Hurst, 28, of 8 Fifth Ave. told police that he was out for a jog. In an affidavit of probable cause, Patrolman Joseph Lane observed dried mud on Hurst’s knee. Hurst said he had fallen, then said he had knelt in a field.

Hurst told police that he was acting out a fantasy of portraying a ninja, a Japanese martial arts expert employed for espionage and assassinations.

“I asked him why he was playing by himself, to which he replied that there are not a lot of people who want to play ninja,” Lane stated in an affidavit. “I advised him that it looked to me that he was doing something else. Hurst stated that he was not doing anything wrong and was going home.”

Lane found the story incredible and spoke with Hurst’s sister-in-law, who said he has a 4-year-old son. When police arrived at Hurst’s home, he told officers that the boy was sleeping.

“I asked him who watched him while he was out acting like a ninja, to which he stated his (Hurst’s) mother,” Lane stated.

When Lane asked for the woman’s name and number, Hurst refused to provide it. After officers checked on the son, they had Hurst’s sister-in-law contact the child’s mother to pick him up and called Children and Youth Services.

Police later contacted Hurst’s mother, who stated that she did not baby-sit her grandson that night.

Hurst has a preliminary hearing scheduled for 11 a.m. March 30.

Now that I’m older, I think back to when I was a youth and used to roam around in the middle of the night doing similar stupid shit like this. I also wonder how many times a car drove by me at 2 am, say my pisspoor attempt at hiding, laughed and just drove on by.

But wait. There’s more.

In a separate incident Tuesday, Hurst allegedly called a man who is a witness in a criminal case. He allegedly threatened the man and said he set up Michael Vivian, a friend of Hurst’s who is in the Westmoreland County Prison on charges of manufacturing, possession and delivery of a controlled substance.

“You know that skin around your neck?” Hurst said, according to the affidavit of probable cause filed by state police at Greensburg. “I hope you cherish it, because it’s gonna get cut.”

The witness’ wife told police that Hurst said her husband was a snitch and that he would kill everyone in her family.

Hurst was charged with intimidating a witness, two counts of terroristic threats and two counts of harassment with lewd and threatening language.

A preliminary hearing on those charges has been scheduled for 10:45 a.m. Wednesday.

I thought Ninjas were supposed to be on the hush-hush with their assassination attempts?

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March 12, 2011 at 9:22 pm

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Power On

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So as I was driving home from work today, I noticed that there was a loooong-ass backup on the highway heading inbound toward Pittsburgh. This CAN’T be due to the Arena Football League home opener tonight, could it?

Nope. There was flooding and traffic was being detoured. Thank God.

I know there are some labor issues with the NFL, but that’s no reason to go off the deep end and get tickets to the Pittsburgh POWER.

I never got the appeal of arena football. If you like it, then more power to you. For me it just seems … I can’t describe it. Just doesn’t do anything for me. Then again, you’re talking to someone that was a multi-year season ticket holder to the city’s Major Indoor Lacrosse League team from the early 1990s.

Perhaps one reason I don’t care for arena football is because it didn’t do so well the first time around in these parts.

The Tampa Bay Storm are an Arena Football League (AFL) team based in the Tampa Bay Area of Florida. They play their home games in the St. Pete Times Forum in Tampa.

The team began play in 1987 as the Pittsburgh Gladiators, one of the AFL’s four charter franchises, and the only one still operating. They relocated to Tampa in 1991 and adopted their current name. They played in Tampa from 1991–2008, after which point the AFL folded, and resumed operations for the 2010 season following the league’s restructuring.

And of course once the team left Pittsburgh, it went on to win five championships.

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March 11, 2011 at 11:53 pm

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Waive Bye-Bye To Hussein Health Care

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As someone said elsewhere: one down, 49 waivers to go.

The federal government Tuesday granted Maine a waiver of a key provision in the Muslim Wookie Fucker’s health care overhaul, citing the likelihood that enforcement could destabilize the state’s market for individual health insurance.

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March 10, 2011 at 9:31 pm

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Christian B’s

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So how am I supposed to react to this?

The Parents Television Council now is starting to criticize TV projects even before they have gotten on the air. The TV watch group, which recently waged a campaign against MTV’s racy new series Skins, today issued a blistering statement against ABC’s dramedy pilot Good Christian Bitches. “ABC’s decision is not only an affront to women, it blatantly attacks the world’s largest faith,” PTC president Tim Winter said. “The ‘b-word’ is toxic and is used to degrade, abuse, harass, bully and humiliate women. And the ‘Christian’ element only adds insult to injury. Would ABC even consider another faith to denigrate? Would they even consider a program title or a plot line based on ‘Bitches’ who were Muslim, Hindu, Jewish or Buddhist? I suspect not, and I certainly hope not. So why the double standard?”

Good Christian Bitches is, of course, a working title for the pilot, which is based on Kim Gatlin’s book of the same name and will be changed if the project goes to series, as will be the moniker of another ABC pilot briefly mentioned in PTC’s statement, comedy Don’t Trust the Bitch in Apt. 23. Even as working titles, Winter finds those offensive. “Regardless of whether the title ultimately makes it to broadcast, ABC has publicly proclaimed its values and it has tarnished the Disney brand,” he said.

Described as a secy soap,Good Christian Bitches stars Leslie Bibb as a mother of two and onetime “mean girl” in high school who returns home humbled following a scandalous divorce, hoping to get a second chance at winning over her old classmates.

PTC previously unsuccessfully tried to change the name of CBS’ comedy $#*! My Dad Says which got on air with the original title announced by the network at its upfront presentation.

First off, having watched 5 minutes of “$#*! My Dad Says,” I wish the PTC would have changed the show occupying that time slot. What a terrible program. It should be on HBO or Showtime.

Anyway, back to Christian Bitches. Whatever should I do? Should I side with the PTC or Big Hollywood? As evidenced by a previous post, I’m not exactly sensitive to religion. So whenever I’m in a bind, I go back to this basic question that shows me the light.

Would the producers of this show have titled it, “Good Muslim Bitches,” even if only on a temporary basis?

I’m willing to go out on a limb and say, “no.”

If it’s not good for one religion, it’s not good for all.

This round goes to the PTC.

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March 9, 2011 at 10:39 pm

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Ask Wednesday

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So what is it like being married to kkk?

Here was a question asked by me to the better half on the drive home from work.

“So you getting that shit on your head today?”

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March 9, 2011 at 10:29 pm

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Not Running Away From This Term

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So today I heard the following term for the Democrats state politicians that fled Wisconsin.


That one’s going into the vault.

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March 9, 2011 at 10:25 pm

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Turtle Drawing Power

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So the other day I asked this question on my Facebook wall: What movie did you have the most anticipation to see in the theater?

Now I generally answer with the first thought that pops into my head, and usually that gets me into all sorts of trouble. This time around, I’m pretty confident in my answer.

And just what was my answer?

The life-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie.

It’s weird. I wasn’t a HUGE Turtles fan as a kid. However, I was pretty excited for this movie to come out. When it premiered, I was dropped off at the local theater and went to get a ticket. When I was told that the theater was close to selling out, I happily chose to wait until the next showing so I could get the seat of my choice. And it was a damn good experience, from what I remembered. I even bought a shirt that was one size too small from the over-priced merchandise section of the theater because that was the only size they had left. No wonder businesses try to pander to kids; we’ll buy anything.

I think one reason I looked forward to the Turtles movie so much was because I was never really exposed to the cartoons all that much. At this time, the Turtles cartoon was only on Sunday mornings in my region. I couldn’t watch them on the weekends I spent at home with my mom because … well, I don’t know why. I think I had to go to church at that time. When I spent every other weekend with my dad he would ALWAYS wake up right as they would come on and bitch that I watched each episode 500 times already. So because the Turtles were a “forbidden fruit” for me at the time, this movie was one of the few opportunities I could take part in a viewing experience.

And it was worth it. Hell, I saw this movie on ABC Family last year and still enjoyed watching it. Now the sequels? Haven’t bothered.

I know better.

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March 8, 2011 at 10:49 pm

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Shopping Bree

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So on my Facebook profile I don’t “like” any pages. However, for shits and giggles, I decided to “like” some recently posted “Charlie Sheen” pages.

I then started getting the Bree Olson ads in the “Sponsored Links” right column. Good God did I start getting the Bree Olson ads. Pop went the Ban Hammer.

Sorry but homie don’t play that. I prefer the amateur porn. Those girls do it for the love of the game and not for money like those other greedy bitches. Those videos are real, you know…

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March 7, 2011 at 10:37 pm

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kkk’s Rule Of Life #60

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Contrary to the car insurance commercials stating otherwise, I’d be completely happy to not have my representative know who I am when I go to turn in a claim.

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March 7, 2011 at 10:36 pm

Trade In This Post For Some Real NBA Analysis

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So what’s my opinion of the recent trading activity in the NBA?


Carmelo Anthony going to the Knicks just seemed weird. If Anthony REALLY wanted to go to the Knicks, just wait until next year so the Knicks could keep their roster in tact. Sure he may have the opportunity to make less money if he signs as a free agent with a new collective bargaining deal in place, but if you REALLY want to go play somewhere woudn’t it be worth it to take less money and have a better core of players to partner up with?

Then again, I have no clue who the Knicks actually gave up. And if Chauncey Billups is part of the team’s long-term plans, then the Knicks may have done the right thing.

Then there was the Jazz trading that Williams guy to the Nets. Yeah, “that Williams guy” in the NBA. That’s like saying “that Smith person” in my phone book. After Jerry Sloan resigned as the Jazz head coach, I was surprised that Utah traded away the player who it seemed was feuding with Jerry. I never had a problem with Sloan, but I could tell he was an old-school asshole (I’m using “asshole” in a positive way, mind you) that didn’t take anybody’s shit. For some reason, I doubt that persona would go over well with some of today’s professional athletes. One reason I think Sloan lasted as long as he did was because for much of his career he had his two superstars — Karl Malone and John Stockton — who seemed like players who would buy into his coaching style. Anyway, for Jersey’s sake, I hope Williams doesn’t bolt for another team when he becomes a free agent.

What else happened this trading season? I dunno. A bunch of people I never heard of got moved. I have no idea who’s good anymore. If a person got traded for some first-round picks, I assumed they were of prominence. Oh, there was that Perkins guy from Boston who went to Oklahoma for some guy. *shrug*

It’s funny. When I was a kid/teenager, I used to religiously follow this stuff in all leagues. Now I’m indifferent.

Oh, Mike Bibby went to the Heat after having his contract bought out by the Wizards. I like Bibby. Too bad I now have to pull against him now that he signed with Le Heat. Oh, that game I just watched was great.

Following their 87-86 loss to the Chicago Bulls, the Miami Heat are upset. So upset, in fact, that a few of them are crying in the locker room.

According to Miami Heat coach Erik Spoelstra, via ESPN’s Brian Windhorst, “some Heat players are crying in the locker room at the moment.” That tidbit was also confirmed by South Florida Sun-Sentinel beat writer Ira Winderman, who tweeted that Spoelstra said, “There are a couple of guys crying there in the locker room.”

Every time LeBron misses a game-winning shot the Baby Jesus weeps … tears of joy. I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. It’s amazing how much my opinion of James has changed. I used to really like the guy, and now I don’t care for him at all. It wasn’t because he chose to take his talents to South Beach — who can fault anybody for wanting to leave Cleveland? It’s because of the way he acts whenever his team is in the lead and how he acts whenever his team loses a big game or a playoff series. If you’re going to joke around and show-up the other team when the going’s good, then man up and be a good sport when your team gets bested.

Where was I going with this? Oh, yeah. NBA trades. Well there you have it.

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March 6, 2011 at 6:12 pm

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Life’s a Gas

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So here’s something that has me curious. The price of gasoline has gone up pretty high as of late.

Where’s the media outcry about these uber-high prices?

Where are the constant stories about how horrible $3.50-4/gallon gas is for the U.S.?

I’m baffled beyond belief as to the lack of coverage that was such a big f’n deal back in 2006 and then again in 2008. And it’s obvious who’s at fault.

The Kenyan Koffee Fetcher.

In the midst of the HUSSEIN RECESSION, the Non-Dialect Negro has gone from bowing to his fat-cat Arab leaders pals over there in the Middle East to increasing their profits.

What other reason could there be? The last two gasoline spikes were the fault of a Texas Yahoo in the White House doing favors for his Big Oil buddies, so it only makes sense that now the current occupier of Pennsylvania Avenue is doing the same for his pals.

Actually, I do find it amusing how people lose their shit when the price of gas goes up. Do I like it? No. But you need to deal with it. We’re not building any more refineries. The rest of the world isn’t becoming less dependent on this resource. Hell, the last time this happened, America’s consumption of gasoline actually went down. I’m curious to see what’s going to happen this time around.

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March 6, 2011 at 5:39 pm

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The Whitey Thor

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So is this REALLY that big a deal?

When Kenneth Branagh cast Idris Elba as Heimdall in the upcoming summer tentpole Thor, a furious debate erupted among fanboys, with some insisting it was wrong for a black man to play a Nordic god.

But the London-born actor has no patience for the debate. “It’s so ridiculous,” he said Feb. 24 at Rutgers University in Newark, N.J.

“We have a man [Thor] who has a flying hammer and wears horns on his head. And yet me being an actor of African descent playing a Norse god is unbelievable? I mean, Cleopatra was played by Elizabeth Taylor, and Gandhi was played by Ben Kingsley.”

I know nothing about the Thor backstory. Were there all whiteys in his world?

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March 5, 2011 at 10:57 pm

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When Good Kids Go Bad

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Uhhhhhh. Great lead to this story, Associated Press.

A 12-year-old boy accused of killing his parents and wounding two of his younger siblings is a “good kid” who is active in his church, often volunteering to hand out bulletins, work audio and video equipment and help other children learn Bible verses, friends and relatives said.

The boy is suspected of fatally shooting his parents and wounding his 5-year-old sister and 9-year-old brother Tuesday evening at the family’s home in Burlington, near the Kansas border.

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March 4, 2011 at 10:56 pm

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Top KK’s Korner Searches For 3/4/11

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It’s been a while since I’ve done one of these, but after seeing the last entry on this list I had to post.

female football announcers
belly button girl
my belly button
“open government” “stanford” “november 9”
little girls pawn deep belly buttons
finger in navel
boy belly button
touch belly button
belly button touching
belly button fingering
belly button fingering pics
muslim wookie
girl on judge judy who rented a bus
how to put a condom on an uncircumcised penis
drawing of room full of women
picture of an angry wookie
carl twofeathers whitaker married to?
watch kordell stewart’s 17-yard shovel pass on oct. 27, 1997
shamu porn

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March 4, 2011 at 8:04 pm

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No Love For This Tweet

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So if the Muslim Wookie-Fucker would lose his re-election bid in 2012, could this mean a possible lawsuit to KK’s Korner?

Rocker Courtney Love has settled the lawsuit brought against her by a fashion designer who claims she was defamed in a series of Twitter messages.

The settlement with Dawn Simorangkir (a.k.a. the “Boudoir Queen”), which sources say was being finalized Thursday and will be announced next week, will cost Love about $430,000. The first payment of cash is due Thursday, followed by a series of payments to Simorangkir stretched out until 2014.

The settlement ends a case that was watched as closely for the unique legal issues in play as the often-erratic behavior of the defendant. Simorangkir, who became embroiled in a dispute with Love over a $4000 payment for clothing, accused the Hole frontwoman of ruining her business with a series of allegedly defamatory tweets posted during a 20 minute rant in 2009. The trial, which was originally scheduled for late January but was postponed when the parties began talking settlement, would have been the first high-profile courtroom showdown over what constitutes defamation on Twitter.

Love argued that her rantings were merely an expression of opinion and that Simorangkir could not prove how they damaged her. The fashion designer, on the other hand, pointed to Love’s influence as an entertainer and the power of social media to disseminate damaging comments, including that Simorangkir was an “asswipe nasty lying hosebag thief.”

If it does, and the Non-Dialect Negro takes everything I own, at least then he would finally have possession of an actual birth certificate.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:54 pm

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kkk’s Rule Of Life #59

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Whenever someone tells me they don’t get easily offended, I accept that as a challenge.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:31 pm

The Thrill Of Defeat

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Oh God.

So the Pirates are playing some radio ads with nostalgia-like music and some quotes of previous icons.

“The greatest thing in the world is winning a major league game. The second greatest thing in the world is to lose a major league game…” — Chuck Tanner.

Really, Pirates? You’re going with THIS as a marketing strategy?

This makes the, “We Will…” campaign from a few years ago look ingenious.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:31 pm

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A Strike Against Football

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So I turned on my DVR’d “Jim Rome is Burning” show today, and I was burning.

It was bad enough he played an extended clip of the Muslim Wookie Fucker talking about the NFL labor issues. It was even worse when I noticed the bottom-of-the-screen scrawl issuing BrEaKiNg NeWs that the NFL owners and union sides agreed to … add on another 24 hours to the “deadline” for labor talks.

It got … worst … when I heard some additional horseshit about how the players and owners need to consider the fans in all this.

Fuck that.

The owners pay the bills.

The players take years off their lives to engage in this profession.

If the fans wanted to make their voices heard, they would stop going to games and stop buying merchandise. These labor talks aren’t about the fans. They’re about the players and owners. If this pissing contest results in a shortened season, then so be it. They’re only hurting themselves with that scenario. And perhaps for the long-term future of the league, it may be a good thing to get this upcoming labor agreement right.

Who do I side with in this situation? I have to say the players. As I said above, these guys take years off their lives, and with contracts that are not guaranteed, I don’t blame them for trying to get as much financial security as they can. I don’t like the 18-game schedule one bit, and I hope it doesn’t happen. However, it probably will. If that’s the case, then the players need to get as much as they can from this — especially when it comes to expanded rosters.

Without getting into the nuts and bolts of the financial issues that are being discussed behind closed doors, I do like the idea of a rookie salary cap. While I’m not a fan of salary caps in general, if there is a salary cap in place, I think more money should go to proven veterans than rookies. Hopefully, that doesn’t make me a Communist.

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March 3, 2011 at 10:22 pm

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Horton Hears A Ho

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So the updates on my wall tell me that today is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Might as well pay a fitting tribute like everyone else.

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March 2, 2011 at 10:22 pm

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Take A Time-Out Before Going Too Far In Entertaining Your Cat

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So I read this a few days ago and had to laugh. I’ll explain why at the article’s end.

Outdoor cats are more likely than indoor cats to face health risks and danger , even in rural areas. Predators, other territorial animals, cars and humans can create stressful situations for domestic felines who are out. Many people prefer to keep their cats indoors. If your cat is inside most or all of every day, he will have a greater chance of staying healthy and safe. Creating an indoor play area can help keep him fit and entertained. Some cats respond better than others to play areas.

1. Find a suitable area in your home where you can set up a play yard for the cat. Cats love to look outside, so if the area has a window she can see out of, she may be more inclined to spend time in her cat playground.

2. Purchase one or two multilevel scratching posts to anchor the cat’s play area. Then consider changing the playthings that you provide each week so that the cat remains curious and amused. You can often find reasonably priced scratching posts in the classified section of the newspaper or on sites such as Craigslist.

3. Hang one or two practice golf balls or cat toys from a sturdy and safe location such as the bottom of a table.

4. Place an empty box in the play area, with a hole in the box large enough for your cat to climb in and out of. Alternate the empty box with empty paper bags. Cats love to explore and to climb in and out of things.

5. Mix and match catnip toys. Alternate putting them in the play area along with small balls of unused yarn.

6. Toss a wicker basket or wicker wastebasket into the play area every now and then, and remove it a day or two later. The cat will enjoy climbing in and out of it as well as scratching the soft wicker.

7. Provide a comfy area for your pet to rest after play. Cats love enclosed areas to snuggle in, so think about using a cardboard box with a medium-size hole. Place a soft blanket or old sweatshirt inside for the cat to nestle in. Place the hole in the box facing a window if possible so he can see outside while resting.

You don’t need to do all these things to keep your cats entertained. If you have more than one feline, here is all you have to do.

1. Throw a box down in the middle of the room.

2. Sit back and watch the feline reenactment of Helm’s Deep.

Seriously. You can buy a $200 “play set” and they’ll be more interested in the packaging the product was shipped in.

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March 2, 2011 at 12:00 am

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One Man’s Crusade

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I have to admit, within recent days this Charlie Sheen fellow has been winning me over.

Charlie Sheen really likes calling into radio shows. The troubled TV star took to the air waves once again, this time calling into syndicated radio show “The Alex Jones Show” to slam “Two and a Half Men” creator Chuck Lorre in a rambling, erratic interview.

Sheen ripped into Lorre, saying that he must have embarrassed him “in front of his children and the world by healing at a pace that his un-evolved mind cannot process.” But Sheen didn’t stop there went on to call Lorre a “turd” and a “clown” and later used an anti-semitic term while referring to Lorre’s name. Sheen said he is eager to get back to work but has now seemingly escalated a very public battle with the producers the hit comedy.

Sheen was even more outrageous than in his recent series of radio interviews since announcing he was entering rehab, claiming he is “100 percent” clean. “Here is your first pee test,” he said to Alex Jones, the “next one goes in your mouth. No, you wont get high.” In the live interview Sheen also said he has no time for Alcoholic’s Anonymous, saying “I am special and I will never be one of you” and referred to the group as a “bootleg cult” with a success rate of 5 precent. He went on to say “I have a disease? bulls**t! I cured it … with my mind.”

I’ve known this guy was batshit for years, and I’ve been mostly indifferent. But now … it’s different. Before he was a run-of-the-mill 9/11 Truther. But now … well, this is probably the way I would like to go out.

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March 1, 2011 at 11:47 pm

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