Obnoxious Droppings

A Former Sgt in the US Marines, US Army and Australian Federal Police - With an Attitude Problem - Looking at the Shits & Giggles of life from a Quasi-Conservative Point of View * * * WARNING! STRONG LANGUAGE FOLLOWS! * * *

01 August, 2006

Lots of S, Little G

Yeah, I know - I just haven't been able to work up the interest in putting out a blog lately. I figured if I didn't put one out soon my regulars - both of you - would write me off.

After the last couple of weeks of fighting along the Israeli / Lebanon border, people are looking for a way for a cease fire. That should be fairly easy - if Hamas and Hezbollah were to return the remains of the three soldiers they kidnapped and stopped firing missiles at Israeli civilians, a temp cease fire should be possible. For a long-term cease fire, it would take the eradication of Hamas, Hezbollah, Syria and Iran - at least for a start. As long as they exist under their present policies there will never be peace in the region.

I know I'm really late on this one, but to the best of my knowledge Casey Sheehan still does not have a head stone, even though the government would provide one for free. Instead, Cindy Sheehan took $50,000 of the insurance payout from Casey's death to buy five acres of land near Bush's ranch near Crawford, Texas so she can have a base for heckling him during the last three August vacations of his Presidency. Unless, of course, she plans on staying there after Bush's presidency ends to try and protest all year round. If Casey stopped spinning in his grave long enough to come back - even for one day - I'd be willing to bet the first thing he'd do would be to slap the shit out of mama.

Finally there's another commercial on TV that I just f'kin love. After years of the garden gnome having two myths and showing the second to be true, why would anyone believe the first one? Now we have some credit card company using a "guardian angel" who absolutely f'ks up every single thing except the use of the credit card, who would believe he got that one right?

When it comes to advertising stupidity, these two are pretty damn hard to beat, aren't they?


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