Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Happy Halloween!






And scariest of all:

For all my blogging buddies!

This One's For Dora:


I'm just sayin'...

Monday, October 29, 2007

Monday Funnies: Islamofacism

You might be a Taliban if.....


...You refine heroin for a living, but you have a moral objection to beer.

...You own a $300 machine gun and $5,000 rocket launcher, but you can't afford shoes.

...You have more wives than teeth.

...You think vests come in two styles: Bullet-proof and suicide.

...You've ever opened a can of falafel with a mortar round.

...You used a Stinger missile given to you by George Bush Sr. to shoot at a helicopter sent by George Bush Jr.

...You've ever had your camel repossessed.

...You can't think of anyone you HAVEN'T declared Jihad against.

...You consider television dangerous, but routinely carry ammunition in your robe.

...You've ever been asked, "Does this burka make my ass look fat?"

...You think "The Kite Runner" is the funniest book you ever read.

...You've felt the urge to rub one out after seeing a woman's exposed ankle.

...You were amazed to discover that cell phones have uses other than setting off roadside bombs.

...You've ever uttered the phrase, "I love what you've done with your cave."

...You wipe your ass with your bare left hand, but consider bacon "unclean."

...You think that "Party Pooper" is a rear part of a camel.

(Lifted from Atlas Shrugs and also Fortress Australia)

I saw this photo over the weekend, and my first thought was, "Here come the fatawa:"

Miss England, 2007.

On a serious note, Islamofacism is alive and well in Amsterdam.

From this source:

Europe’s no-go zones or SUAs (“sensitive urban areas”) are multiplying. These are areas where the police no longer dares to venture and where Islamists hold sway. Every night since the beginning of last week, immigrant youths have been torching cars and clashing with police in Amsterdam’s Slotervaart district. The incidents started on Oct. 14 when a policewoman shot dead Bilal Bajaka, a 22-year old ethnic Moroccan, whilst he was stabbing her and a colleague with a knife. The officers were stabbed in the breast, face, neck and back. Surgeons could only narrowly save their lives.

Since the incident, Slotervaart has seen rioting almost every night. The Amsterdam Moroccans are “shocked” because one of them has been killed by an infidel woman. According to his family, Bilal Bajaka was mentally deranged and had a suicide obsession. Ahmed Marcouch, the Moroccan-born Socialist mayor of Slotervaart, criticized the Dutch authorities for failing to provide adequate health care for Bajaka’s mental problems.

Bilal Bajaka was, however, a personal friend of Mohammed Bouyeri, the Jihadist who ritually slaughtered the Dutch film maker Theo van Gogh in 2004. Bilal’s attack on the two police officers came exactly two years after the arrest of his brother, Abdullah Bajaka, the leader of an alleged plot to blow up an El-Al Boeing at Amsterdam airport. Bilal’s family background is not at all deprived. One of his sisters is a medical doctor, another sister is a Dutch judge.

Uncle Jay Explains: 10/29/2007

Friday, October 26, 2007

Need Any Insurance?

How Dreamy:

Just in case you were wondering:


Democrats voting against: Baucus, Byrd, Conrad, Dorgan, Landrieu, Pryor, Tester, and good ol’ McCaskill, whose objections to amnesty evidently don’t end at labor concerns.

Republicans voting for: Bennett, Coleman, Collins, our friend Larry Craig, Hagel, Hatch, Hutchison, Lott, Lugar, “Amnesty Mel” Martinez, Snowe, and Sam Brownback, who was free to show his true colors today sans 11th-hour switch.

And of course: Ones not voting...McCain, Boxer, Kennedy and Dodd... (McCain and Dodd on the fence and being candidates for President.)

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Monday, October 22, 2007

Uncle Jay Explains the News: 10/22/07

First the Lapel Pin Goes in the Trash, Now This?


Senator Barack Obama, Governor Bill Richardson, Senator Hillary Clinton and Ruth Harkin stand during the National Anthem. At the Iowa Harkin Picnic.

During rendition of the national anthem when the flag is displayed, all present except those in uniform should stand at attention facing the flag with the right hand over the heart. Men not in uniform should remove their headdress with their right hand and hold it at the left shoulder, the hand being over the heart.
United States Code, Title 36, Chapter 10, Sec. 171

For pity's sake, even Hillary can get this stuff right, and she's a dyed-in-the-wool commie!

Obama should be immediately ejected from the Presidential running for this blatant disrespect.

Wake Up And Feed The Kitty

Anyone who has ever been owned by a cat will appreciate this one!

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Busy

This week has proven to be very hectic, so I haven't been able to visit my normal haunts as I would like.

I plan to catch up, though! Soon... Probably tomorrow!

In the meanwhile:

Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Plan 9...

Guliani is definitely the war candidate... He's prepared for intergalactic attack!

Friday, October 12, 2007

Anything Is Possible...

...When you have a very gullible left.



And how fitting indeed that Al Gore is 'sharing' his new Noble Peace Prize, which used to be an esteemed accomplishment, but is now as valuable as a paperweight purchased at the local five-and-dime.

How wonderfully socialist of him!

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

REAL Obituary:


This is an obituary that will remain in the online paper Lowellsun.com until November 9th.

I will reproduce it here for posterity; the woman eulogized is one impressive lady!

(All emphasis mine.)


Athanasia "Ethel" Eliopoulos
Athanasia 'Ethel' Eliopoulos Director of Lowell Social Security; 94 LOWELL, Mass. Athanasia "Ethel" Eliopoulos, 94, died Friday, October 5, 2007, at D'Youville Manor. Ethel was born on Feb. 10, 1913, in Lowell, Mass., the daughter of the late Elias and Eleni (Mangiavas) Eliopoulos. She graduated from Lowell High School, and attended Boston University before leaving to pursue a professional working career. She received formal training as a stenographer, was an expert in shorthand, and a licensed Real Estate Broker before becoming the first woman in the United States to hold the position of local Director of Social Security in a district office. After serving nearly 50 years in various capacities, Ethel enjoyed a long and illustrious career and was considered a pioneer in the field of Social Security. She was the recipient of many awards within the Greek community as well as one of the first women to receive the John J. Bartlett Award, this prestigious award is given for extraordinary service within a United States governmental program. This award is extremely rare as under one-half of just one percent of government employees ever receive it. During her working years Ethel appeared regularly on Saturday morning local radio and was involved in a Question and Answer column that appeared periodically in the Lowell Sun Newspaper. She also co-wrote, directed and starred in a short tutorial film that was used in training for Social Security start up offices. Ethel traveled extensively throughout her life having visited many countries including but not limited to China, Greece, Ireland and Turkey as well as numerous locations throughout the United States. She particularly enjoyed Sannibel Island, Florida. Upon retiring from Social Security, with little to no respite she quickly returned to work in the private sector working with her niece buying and selling antiques in an Essex, Mass., Antiques shop. She is survived by two sisters, Pauline Hollis and Bessie Natsios of Lowell; and a brother, Peter Eliopoulos of Palm Bay, Florida. Her many nieces and nephews will miss their long tradition of celebrating Christmas Eve together. The family is grateful for her countless friends, and the wonderful care she received at D'Youville Manor. With her passing, Ethel's final wish was ultimately granted when she did not have to see Hillary Clinton become president. ELIOPOULOS Friends will be received at the M.R. LAURIN FUNERAL HOME, 295 Pawtucket St., Lowell on Tuesday from 4 to 7 p.m. Her funeral will take place on Thursday at 9 a.m. from the Funeral Home to be followed by services at the Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church of Lowell at 10 a.m. Interment to follow in Westlawn Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made in her memory to the Holy Trinity Church, Lewis St., Lowell, MA 01854. Funeral arrangements under direction of Louis M. Fazio III, M. Richard Laurin, Scott Laurin.

Saturday, October 6, 2007

Saudi At It Again:

Those wacky Muslims from Saudi Arabia are at it again:

After sentencing and carrying out the first round of 7,000 lashes to two men for the heinous crime of simply being a homosexual, the HRC (Saudi's Human Rights Commission... I know, try not to laugh too hard...) had the gall to lecture the EU on their human rights violations against Muslims.

From this source, some of those violations include:

Muslims are unjustly interrogated, treated with disrespect, physically or mentally abused, or not allowed to practice their faith freely such as Muslim girls being prevented from wearing the hijab (head cover) in some schools.

And:

“HRC’s participation in the dialogue is part of its role to communicate and discuss with regional and international rights bodies matters that concern the rights of humans against discrimination on the grounds of race, religion, or sex,” the HRC said in an official statement.

Among topics up for discussion are “Islamaphobia” and the fear Europeans have of Muslims or Islam as a religion. People’s general attitudes toward Muslims will also be on the agenda. Another topic the rights body is expected to address is the history of Islam in Europe, specifically in Spain where Muslims contributed to the prosperity of humanity at a time when most of Europe was struggling through the Dark Ages.

Funny how they fail to mention that Spain was "helped" along by being conquered and subjugated by Muslims, until the Spaniards managed to drive them out.

The yucks just keep on a'coming, huh?

(Hat tip to The Religion of Peace.)

Friday, October 5, 2007

Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Uncle Jay Explains

I finally got around to reading and posting after the hectic events of the weekend!

Still, I'm not in a serious mood, and haven't been for awhile: