Thursday, January 17, 2013

I'm back, through luck mixed with ingenuity I got my blog back from the little Polish cunt that hacked into it. Your time will come, bitch!

In the meantime, not only has my health greatly improved, I have a new computer so no longer have to rely on my android, which is a bitch to post on.

By the way, AOW, I didn't get your message in the hospital, but I was so close to death I could almost smell it, so that might be why they didn't relay it. By the time I got well enough it was probably forgotten.

And by the way, I will in the future post more about my near death experiences with their attendant visions and hallucinations.  Put it this way, it was a wild fucking ride.

However, I probably won't be posting as much as I used to, because I intend to devote at least one day a week to rewriting my novel Radu, and at least three days a week to a new writing project, a novel about the abortion racket,

Still, I will no doubt be posting at least once a week, maybe twice, and I definitely intend to continue my tradition of multiple posting for the Sabbats, as time permits

And for some news which may (or may not) please my Christian friends, I consider myself a Christian as well as a Pagan. But definitely not a "Christo-Pagan".

What does this mean and exactly how does it, or how can it, work? Stay tuned.

As for politics, I'm tired of bitching at the Democrats. Bitching at Democrats for doing the things Democrats do is like bitching at a rat for eating shit. What time in the hospital I was lucid enough to comprehend what was going on, I watched in amazement while the GOP imploded. I thought for a while I was dead and in hell, but I gradually came to realize-no, I'm not that lucky.

So no, I'll reserve my bitching for the GOP, WITH AN EYE TO 2014 AND 2016. If you want to win  you will listen to me. It's just that simple.

I intend also to do more Kentucky based posts, and some photography posts as well.

And I will at some point do an episode by episode review of the Sopranos, as of now the greatest series which ever graced the small screen.

As for now, I'm going to close with this thought. A close brush with death gives you a broader perspective on what's important. I find that I've moderated some of my more hard core beliefs, but for the most part I've gotten more hard core if anything. Obama's latest gun-grab attempt outright infuriates me, for example.

More on this and other things later.

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Congestive Heart Failure

That's what I got, and that's what I'm laid up with right now at University of Kentucky Hospital at Lexington Kentucky. If I hadn't made it to here when I did, there's a very good chance I would be dead by now. Even worse, almost nobody knows where I'm at. Luckily, a very kind and helpful nurse has allowed me use of a computer with which I've managed to send a message to my sister, but I don't know if she'll get it in a timely manner.

Just be ready with your expressions of get well wishes or, failing that, condolences. Hopefully I made it here on time, whether anybody else knows where I am or not. A good rule of thumb is have family addresses and numbers where they are easily accessed.

And also, if you do call UK Hospital with expressionjs of best wishes for one Patrick Kelley, bear in mind they are unlikely to tell you anything.

Thursday, August 09, 2012

Wednesday, August 08, 2012

The First Amendment, True Christian Values(tm), and Capitalism

I've been waiting for the dust to settle and the wind to clear following the recent Chik Fil-A controversy, but unfortunately some eruptions leave some things buried out of sight. One of the victims of the controversy might be the recent report that the current modern methods of raising chickens might be contributing to the development of a bacteria which breeds a urinary tract infection, mostly in women, a superbug that might be untreatable by current antibiotics.

It was not too long after this report was issued, making local and national news broadcasts, that the Chik Fil-A matter exploded in earnest, driven in large measure by former Arkansas Governor and current Fox News host and analyst Mike Huckabee, who staged a wildly successful Chik Fil-A appreciation day.

The recently expressed health concerns were quickly forgotten, and for the most part still are. But at least PETA, who have been warning about the dangers of current chicken raising techniques for years, can take comfort that they can now stand proudly amongst the membership of the Broken Clock Brigade.

As for Huckabee, a more cynical person might well suggest that, while certainly on the side of the First Amendment and True Christian Values, he might even be more concerned with sheltering and protecting the economic interests of his home state, long dependent on agriculture, and especially the chicken breeding industry. It has in fact long been home to Tyson Chickens, the nations largest breeders of chicken.

Makes you wonder where Chik Fil-A, like KFC, Saxby's Lee's etc., get their chickens from.

Friday, August 03, 2012

My First Choice For Romney's Running Mate

Just something to think about.

Saturday, July 21, 2012

My Heart And My Soul

It's been some time since I've blogged, for good reason. I've either been too busy, too ill, or too exhausted (or some combination thereof) to even think about it, let alone go to the effort. Also, I find myself veering more and more away from paganism, which has lost almost all its luster for me. It would not be going too far as of now to say The Pagan Temple is in fact a symbolic term at best.

And now this. For some reason, this old song from 1969 popped into my head, and its been impossible to shake it.

Now not even I have the hubris to imagine that some ancient pagan goddess somewhere is desperate to keep me in the pagan fold. Thus, I can only assume that legions of The Pagan Temple fans are waiting breathlessly for my return to the blogosphere.

And granted, there are some things I have to say, about such subjects as the Roberts Supreme Court ruling on the Affordable Care Act; Operation Fast And Furious; my recently kinder and gentler view on Immigration Reform; recent events in the Middle East, especially Egypt; what happened today in Aurora Colorado; who should Mitt Romney choose as his running mate; and perhaps most important of all-

Who had Tony Soprano whacked?

I'll get around to them all eventually, provided I can muster the strength to once again type whole paragraphs..

Saturday, April 28, 2012

Android Prostitutes Of The Future

Makes sense to me. Unlimited earning potential. No STD's. No lost work due to illnesses. No aging. No drug addictions. No theft of customers. No holding back money. Unlimited use and programming potential. Kind of like the future Energizer Bunnies of the sex industry. You know its going to happen sooner or later. But, unfortunately, it won't come about until about 2050, so I wouldn't get too excited, unless you're like between the ages of two and twelve.

H/T Blogging Isn't Cool

BTW, do watch the video, it's worth the price of admission even if you have zero interest in the prospect of android prostitutes. 

Thursday, April 26, 2012

Egypt Legalizes Sex Between Muslim Men And Dead Wives-Hillarity Follows

UPDATE-According to The Volokh Conspiracy  the story probably isn't true, but a rumor started by Egypt's military regime, possibly acting in conjunction with the Saudis in an effort to discredit the Muslim Brotherhood. This has been asserted by the Egyptian Embassy in Britain in a report in the Daily Mail.

Two points about this.

One, I wonder why the initial report specified it would only be legal for a man to have sex with the body of his dead wife for up to six hours after her death, but not after that.

Two, what about the report lowering the legal age of marriage to fourteen.

Three, my jokes are still funny, so there's that.

(End of Update)

Granted, its only allowed for up to six hours after the pronouncement of death, but according to this post from The Other McCain, it is now the new law in Muslim Brotherhood dominated Egypt. A way for the bereaved husband, to, uh, well, say goodbye with one last and final, uh, well, you know, what the fuck? But again, and I can't stress this too much, he can only do this, legally, for up to six hours after his wife has died. But not to worry. As compensation for his loss, he now has improved chances of finding a new love, as the marriage age has now been lowered to-fourteen. And yes. This calls for a joke. Actually, a bunch of them.

*Why did the Muslim man have sex with his dead wife? Hey, at least she didn't have a headache.

*Why did the Muslim wife commit suicide? She was tired of being neglected.

*What can you say to make a Muslim husband jealous? She looks so natural.

*Why was the Muslim man so turned on by having sex with his dead wife? It was the first time he'd ever seen her undressed.

*The jokester Muslim teens decided to play a joke on their father by hiding a walkie talkie under the head of their dead mother. They hid in the closet and waited until, sure enough, father entered to have sex with his wife's corpse. Before he mounted her, one of the teens groaned in a voice of passionate ecstasy.

 "You-can communicate with me?" the stunned man asked.

"Yes, I want you, my husband", came the reply.

So he cut her head off.


I know, I'm such an insensitive bigot.

Wednesday, April 25, 2012

Modern Myths

There's absolutely no truth to the current rumor that President Barak Obama once said- "The dog is a useful animal. But who would ever eat one?"


Monday, April 09, 2012

Justified-Season Finale Predictions

My Death Guess List-

Duffy-killed by Quarles, along with, maybe, his ever-present, seldom speaking hired gun. Even though Quarles is quickly losing his grip on reality, it will not have eluded him that Duffy was behind the failed attempt on his own life.

Erroll-played by an actor who next year will be a co-star on a new series on Cinemax. He will be killed, probably by Limehouse for going too far off the reservation once too often, and maybe for spilling the beans about Mag's money to Dickie. Besides, Limehouse has got to use that damn meat cleaver on somebody at least once;

Trooper Tom-presumably shot by Quarles at the end of episode twelve last week, but we never saw this. There is a theory that he was actually shot by Boyd, but I'm predicting it will actually turn out to be Arlo, who thought he was shooting Raylan, his own son. Remember, prior to this Arlo was hallucinating about the dead Helen, and locked Ava up in a room, and then made off into the night, determined to take part in a bank heist which never happened, and which was a set up by Limehouse in an attempt to get rid of all the players he thought represented a threat to him and to his beloved Noble's Holler.

Limehouse himself, I'm guessing at the end in an explosion (Mykelti Williamson said the finale would be a cliffhanger that would leave some things "up in the air"), in which Boyd and Raylan will also be present, and in which Limehouse lays out a truth about their shared past.

This has to do with an advertised surprise about Boyd, which will have nothing to do with shooting Trooper Tom. Instead it will come when Limehouse reveals to Raylan and Boyd that they are in fact half-brothers.

Though I think its an obvious assumption Quarles will be killed, I think there's a decent chance he is taken by Tonin back to Detroit, where he goes back to being a male prostitute not just as a punishment but to make amends for his prior misdeeds. Of course, he could also be killed by Arlo in the act of saving son Rayland. And I know that sounds contradictory in the face of the previous prediction involving Trooper Tom, but remember-Arlo is dealing with an advancing case of dementia and is off his meds. As such, he is very unpredictable.

Well, there you have it. I'll probably be wrong about every damn bit of it, but I guess we'll see tonight. Tuesday 10:00 pm on FX.

UPDATE: I forgot to add, about the money Limehouse is seen in the previews trying to give Boyd ('there's even a little interest"), this might be the same money, "46,000 dollars and change", with which Limehouse twice earlier in the season tried to placate Dickie. (CORRECTION-I forgot that money was confiscated by Tim and Rachel in episode eleven) My guess is it will turn out to be marked money, maybe from a robbery someone "deposited" in Limehouse's "bank", and is just another way he has of getting Boyd out of his hair, like Dickie before him. Of course the minute anybody tried to spend any such money, they would be busted, or eventually would.

UPDATE: Much has been said about the finale ending in a "heart-wrenching" way for Raylan. This will probably have a connection to the time his mother, in an attempt to get away from Arlo, left him (and by extension her young son, Raylan) to seek refuge at Noble's Holler. We'll learn the full story behind this, which is where I'm guessing Raylan might find out he and Boyd are half-brothers.

At the same time, wouldn't it be something if it turned out she's been alive all this time, a decrepit old woman, as riddled by dementia as Arlo, or worse-and still in Noble's Holler? Granted, I never saw the first season of Justified, so I might have missed something, but in these last two seasons I've never heard her death explained or for that matter stated, nor have I seen a grave.

UPDATE: It's starting up here in about ten minutes, and I've been wondering. What if Raylan is forced to kill Arlo in a gun battle, and right before taking his last breath, Arlo repeats the same thing he said earlier to Boyd? "I'm proud of you, son."

Yep, that would be a tearjerker for Raylan all right.

At any rate it all starts to unravel here in a few.

HOW IT TURNED OUT: Well I was wrong about most things, but I called it on Erroll getting killed (though by Quarles, not Limehouse, though I was right about Limehouse deciding to rid himself of Erroll. He just told him to leave the Holler).

Most importantly, I was right about Arlo being the one who killed Trooper Tom, which seemed so obvious to me I'm surprised nobody else figured it out, at least no one that I know about.

Oh, and Limehouse did finally use that damn meat cleaver on somebody. He divested Quarrels of his left forearm with it. And it was right after this, in fact, that Quarrels told Raylan it was Arlo, not himself, that killed the Trooper.

The supposedly heart-wrenching finale was overblown. It was just Raylan realizing Arlo thought he was shooting at him when he killed Trooper Tom. Because of the hat Tom wore. That and he did it to save Boyd, who told Raylan that Arlo was not part of his crew, he was like family.

So much so that not only did Arlo admit to killing Tom, he took the rap for the murder of Devil in episode four, also to protect Boyd. Yeah, all this might appear heart-wrenching, but not necessarily to Raylan, who while disgusted with his old man, and with Boyd, was not surprised enough to be truly hurt. Other than of course by the death of Tom, a good friend.

As for the rumored big surprise about Boyd, the only thing I can think of is it turning out his cousin Johnny has been a snake in the grass the whole time, was in fact the one who plotted with Limehouse to destroy Boyd, in part by informing him of the murder of Devil, and the location of the body, which Limehouse finally revealed to Raylan in another attempt to placate the Marshall.

But hey-at least I got some things right, for once.

Friday, April 06, 2012

No Reflection

New video by Marilyn Manson

Thursday, April 05, 2012

Ann Coulter-The Ugly Inside

Coulter is at it again. This isn't the first time she's insulted Sarah Palin, just the latest. Michelle Malkin jumped to Palin's defense and accused Coulter of joining in a "war against conservative women", pointing out Coulter's friendship with leftist Bill Maher. But I will repeat, this is not the first time. I don't remember exactly when it was or where it happened, but it hasn't been that long ago that Coulter joined in a rant against Palin with fellow harpy Laura Ingraham.


So what's going on here? Personally, I don't think its as complicated or insidious as Malkin thinks it is. In fact, I think there is actually a pretty simple explanation. A sad one, but simple nonetheless.


 If that seems a little simplistic, take note of what Michelle Malkin reports about yet another diss of Palin, by Coulter, at a recent Lincoln Day Dinner event, courtesy of The Shark Tank-

 “One of the ones promoting that [a brokered convention] is Sarah Palin, who has suggested herself as the choice,” Coulter said. “I think as long as it’s between us girls — I’ve been observing something about her. I don’t think it’s likely to happen. I don’t know what these people are cheering for. As I wrote in a column a few weeks back, who is this dream candidate we’re hoping to get from the convention, because Rick Perry used to be the dream candidate. Can we see them in a debate first?”

 …Coulter said that might be a weakness in the Republican Party as a whole — that certain individuals become celebrities and are allowed to profit off that status and yet still interfere in GOP politics, which Democrats have been able to avoid. 

“And just a more corporate problem is I think our party and particularly our movement, the conservative movement, does have more of a problem with con men and charlatans than the Democratic Party,” she said. “I mean, the incentives seem to be set up to allow people — as long as you have a band of a few million fanatical followers, you can make money. The Democrats have managed to figure out how not to do that.” …“The one pledge I support and I think I’m going to draft it up is for all Republican nominees for president — I want them to sign a pledge saying, ‘If I lose the nomination I pledge I will not take a gig with Fox News or write a book.’” Write a book?

Fox News? Make money off fanatical followers? Certain individuals become celebrities and yet still interfere in GOP politics?

 Projection, thy name is Coulter.

Sunday, April 01, 2012

Top 25 Political Moms Of 2012

UPDATE-The voting is now over, and Zilla unfortunately fell down to sixth place. But hey, at least she made the top ten. Congratulations to The Lonely Conservative who won first place quite handily. Always next year Zilla. Get your asses over here and vote for my friend Zilla Of The Resistance, and do it every day up to April 4th, when the contest comes to a close. You can vote for each contestant once each day, so while you're at it also vote once each day for The Lonely Conservative, who as I write this is hanging on to a slim lead over uber-leftist blogger Monologues of Dissent, to whom I will not link out of spite (plus well I'm just too lazy to copy and paste more links than necessary). It would be nice to see a conservative mommy blogger win, so I intend to vote for The Lonely Conservative, although I am still holding out hope for Zilla to win it. In fact, Zilla is now in fourth place, ahead (though barely) of Pam Gellar and not that far behind Michelle Malkin. Nothing against those two fine ladies, but I'm limiting my vote to Zilla, who deserves the win.

Saturday, March 31, 2012

Down On The Clown

Ronald McDonald, evil clown pimp

Unfortunately, I can't find a pic of Shelley Lynn Handley, former wife of a McDonalds franchise owner who is filing a lawsuit against her former husband, and McDonalds. She claims that he, and McDonald's minimum wage and anti-union policies, forced her into a life of prostitution. From what I've been able to ascertain, she is somewhere in the neighborhood now of 58 years old, which would have put her squarely in her mid-thirties back in the mid-eighties.This would have been the period of time she-started worked at McDonalds; began dating and eventually married her former husband; said former husband arranged to have her fired; former husband took her to Las Vegas and brought her a house; and then forced her to work at a brothel where on some night she serviced up to twelve clients; and then they separated and divorced.

She might have a case against her former husband, but Keith Handley was his own boss, a franchise owner, not technically a McDonalds employee, so I don't see how her suit against the company could have any merit, unless there was something in his background they should have known about. Evidently not, as Handley still owns the franchise, and his own company.

Reuters has the best break-down of this bizarre case I have yet seen, including the bizarre claims that Handley in fact was in love with another man, and wanted a sex-change operation.

Oh Mommy Where Art Thou?

WARNING-Don't Try This At Home

Unless of course you're either a real expert singer, or in the case of Smitty of The Other McCain, a real expert dad. It takes a special touch to put a kid through something like this without leaving him traumatized. 

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Some Serious Allegations

Who says kids today have it all that bad. Many of them allegedly have it pretty rough. But actually, some of them seem to have it pretty darn good. If you're lucky, and you go to a certain school in Edgewood in Northern Kentucky, for example, you might be lucky enough to have a Bengals cheerleader as one of your teachers. Maybe even a Ben-Gals cheerleader squad captain, like Sarah Jones.

This would be her, right here.
And that's not all. If you really work hard and play by the rules, you might even get to have an affair with said Bengal's cheerleader. "Allegedly", of course. Hell, her mother, the principle, might even "allegedly" aid and abet by covering up evidence. Assuming she's reinstated, that is. Just hope the two alleged venereal diseases Sarah has been alleged to have are actually, not allegedly, cleared up.

H/T Ben Swann WXIX

Right On, America

Soleday O'Brien, the unabashedly leftist progressive host of CNN's Starting Point With Soleday O'Brien, has a bit of a problem. The ratings of her show is in the gutter, prompting such descriptions by media observers as "brutal" and "an epic ratings collapse" according to The Other McCain, which reports that it is- the cable network’s lowest ratings for that time slot in more than a decade. Fewer than 100,000 adults 25-54 tuned in to O’Brien’s program on an average day, according to the latest quarterly Nielsen numbers. In the meantime, by contrast Rush Limbaugh announced that his ratings are now soaring on 600 stations. This despite the loss of some advertisers over the ridiculous Sandra Fluke flap. This of course could mean a number of things. For example, it could mean that Americans on the average don't really care much for sluts. Or for bitches. Or, perhaps more to the point, they're just simply sick of leftist hogwash.

And Now, A Word From Alexis

No, I'm not a Ron Paul supporter, but this is just too cute to not post.

H/T Ben Swann

Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Boyz In Da Hoodies

Say goodbye to the sweater vest, Santorum supporters. Right Wing Stuff at Cafe Press has your latest in Santorum campaign fashion accessories-I call it The Ricky Poo Hoodie.

After all, since Santorum has recently come out on the side of the racebaiters, hustlers, and poverty pimps-like "President" Barak Obama, Al Shaprton, Jesse Jackson, The New Black Panther Party and Spike Lee-in pronouncing guilt on George Zimmermann for the death of Travyon Martin (without knowing jack shit about the facts of the case), then it only seems right that Santorum join in solidarity with the Hoodie Nation of America.

BTW-a great big H/T to Zilla Of The Resistance for providing the Daily Caller link. I know it was hard for her, as she has been a long-suffering, devoted Santorum supporter for some time, and unlike other Santorum apologists like Robert Stacy McCain who continue to deny reality as they whistle past the graveyard of the Santorum campaign (while pretending its not a graveyard but a festival), she deserves kudos for having the intellectual honestly and insistence on moral clarity to call, well, a spade a spade.

But hey, at the same time, you can't blame a losing candidate for trying one last desperate Hail Mary. Who knows, maybe Santorum can draw enough of the black vote in Maryland, Wisconsin, and other states to overcome Mitt Romney's at this stage nearly insurmountable lead. Hell, if he's steadfast enough, he might even draw some of the black vote in the general election. He might even cut into Obama's vote in the hard-core urban black Democratic areas. Don't laugh, it's not impossible that he might draw something like 0.00000000001 percent of the black Democrat vote-otherwise known as "you blind drunk old fool you punched the wrong chad, nigga!".