Saturday, July 24, 2010

I'm Surrounded

Goddamn women folk around here are all right wingers, I could be busy handing out beatings for quite a while.The Girl Friend and her two fucking sisters, I still love the little split tails anyway..

In one voice they all proclaimed their love of that idiot dirt bag Glen Beck.
Then it got better and they proclaimeed Rush Limbaugh to be some kind of fucking saint. They claim to be Tea Baggers, Nasty Girl got Tea bagged  in the traditional sense earlier and loved it. Take that Sarah Palin lovers.

Like I said, I could be busy fer a while, there is three of the misguided little souls, that's  a lot of beatings for one old man. I know I can take Nasty Girl, I had her pinnned down earlier for an extended period of time, it's the other two I am wondering about.
Not to worry, I can be a mean sonofabitch when I have to be.
Still, I tend to keep my back to a wall just in case.

It is hotter than a half fucked fox in a firestorm around here, 101 degrees outside.
Christ.I had her take me to me to the likker store and I about had heat stroke getting out of the damn car.
The front of the store faced the sun and it had to be one twenty right there before I could get inside.  Then we stopped at another store and I made the mistake of walking behind the car to get in.
Fuck me. The fan was going full blast and I literally walked into a jet stream.
God damn, I bet it was throwing out 220.
Nasty Girl is currently teasing my ass by bouncing up and down on a little trampoline, I have already had to fix six fucking typo's, I think I have whiplash.
See ya, thanks fer stopping by,.

12 comments:

  1. Anonymous9:34 PM

    you're loosing your memory busted; at 101deegrees it's like two rats fucking in wool sock; that or nasty girl really is messing you up. thanks delr

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  2. Well if you want to fuck with her head,in another way,wait till your in the throws of passion, a minute or two before the explosion...whisper in her ear to call you Al Gore...If that don't fuck her up nothing will.;)

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  3. babe! guess you don't wanna hear about it being in the high 60's and low 70's today here at the coast... and that the brisk north breeze was battling the fog -- the battle took most of the day but the wind eventually blew the clouds south.

    tell ng i said howdy and that i said to be sure to say beige... the ceiling needs to be painted beige when ya bait her with that al gore.

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  4. ... I think I have whiplash.

    Switch hands, pal. Heh ...

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  5. Hah right wing chicks gotta love em!Busted come to the Dark side the Tea party is calling.Bwwaaahhaaa! Glen beck uucckk!

    China
    III

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  6. "Hotter than a half fucked fox in a firestorm"--that's a keeper!

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  7. Dude, sounds like that fucken heat is cooking your fucken brain!

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  8. Ha! I haven't heard the term 'split tail' since I worked up in North Carolina many years ago building a food distribution center. I was pretty young back then and couldn't decide whether to be offended or not. lol! It's funny you don't hear that term down here in Alabama.
    Hope you get to have a good camping vacation.

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  9. I hear that term in Alabama and am terribly offended!

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  10. Anonymous2:14 PM

    OB, those fucks, GBeck and RLimboughutghx.. whatever that fucking lname is are retarded provocateurs. They are not us, tea party animals and constitutionalists. Fuck no. Stop mixing thoses sonsobitches along with Alaska Barby. I am getting fucking pissed off, pal.

    Learn the history of Tea pArty movement - this is UR fucking country, for Fucking Crist

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  11. Anonymous2:17 PM

    Oil spill raises concerns about air quality along coastal Louisiana, WWL-TV New Orleans, May 18, 2010:

    "There are effects from the oil spill that you can see, like oil washing ashore, and those that you can’t, like when oil compounds breakdown and go airborne.

    “We don’t want to be alarmist, but we want to be realistic,” said Marylee Orr, with the Louisiana Environmental Action Network, an advocacy group.

    For several weeks now, the federal Environmental Protection Agency has been tracking what’s in the air, by using a mobile truck and seven monitoring stations, located mainly in St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parishes.

    They are looking for evidence of several compounds, including Hydrogen Sulfide, particulate matter and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC’s), like Benzene, a known carcinogen.

    “These pollutants could pose a health risk to local communities and this monitoring is essential to ensure that communities are protected as BP takes direct response actions,” EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson said during a Senate Committee Hearing on Tuesday.

    All can irritate the eyes, nose, throat and lungs, and in some cases lead to nausea and dizziness. …

    Take Hydrogen Sulfide, commonly known as swamp gas: a normal level in the air for it ranges from 5 to 10 parts per billion (ppb). At monitoring station in Venice, on May 2, the levels recorded were 30 ppb. The next day, May 3, the reading was nearly 40 times that, at 1,192 ppb. The day after that, May 4, it dropped down to 46 ppb, before rising on May 5 to 1,010 ppb.

    “It varies based on the wind direction, whether or not they’re burning the slick,” Orr said. “I think what they’re saying is that it’s an OK exposure for a short amount of time — and we have a concern about that sort of exposure for any amount of time.”

    However, Wilma Subra, a chemist who heads up a lab and environmental consulting firm in New Iberia, said the numbers she’s been analyzing give her pause. …

    “[T]hat is of concern, that the people understand what is there and understand if they start getting the health impacts, they should take precautions to move out of the area.”

    Those who should pay particular attention are the young, the elderly or those who already have underlying breathing problems. Experts said anyone experiencing symptoms of exposure to those chemicals, should see their doctor."

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