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zzzzzzzzzzzzzz Posted on Dec 30, 2008 at 08:45 PM
Blogland seems to go through peaks and valley's. From complete chaos and drama; to shared moments of laughter and compassion. So what gives?! I can't believe how boring it's become around here. Not to mention a bit repetitious. There used to be so many different bloggers sharing their thoughts. After scrolling through about 5 pages of blogs, I found myself signing out without commenting on anything. Lots of bloggers talking in circles, and some sharing every single thought that crosses their mind. Lucky us.
Bailout aka COP OUT Posted on Nov 23, 2008 at 03:57 AM
I'm sure we all hoped that the bailout money would be spent wisely. Provide the financial institutions billions of dollars to put a band aid on their 'owies', and it turns out to be cancer. A $700 billion dollar bailout and they grovel over whether the tax payers could use another stimulus check as the holidays are now here? They can't quite figure out how to help the small business owners who sustain this country, so they'll just have to wait a little longer for relief. Thousands of homes. Millions of people. Families. With no where to go, and no where to live. The banks get the green light for the bailout, and OFF they go to mandatory training seminars costing $350,000.00!!! The same banks who were so tapped out of money, and resources can suddenly afford lavish trips for the executives who make millions of dollars in salaries. They say the trips were planned 6 months prior to the financial melt down. LOL! Thats their defense?? Pay the cancellation fees, and plan it again for next year. DUH. Instead they go to not 1, or 2, BUT 3 AIG executive training seminars. How to golf, wine and dine, enjoy spa treatments, and other important financial industry happenings. AIG did admit to cutting back on one of the seminars. They canceled a $40,000 guest speaker who would be sharing his financial industry knowledge. Terry Bradshaw, the former football quarterback and now NFL commentator. A simple meet and greet, with autographs and a photo opt. Nothing to be learned or shared on financing. These financial idiots who have so much damn money of their own, should be held responsible for letting things get so bad, within in their own companies. Thousands of branches across the country and no one thought to keep a tally of what was going on??? I have no problem financially helping the companies, corporations that sustain us on a daily basis. But professional, educated men, who head these financial corporations trying to spew nonsense that they were unaware of the potential financial collapse we're dealing with now is BS. Paying a fine will NOT teach them a damn thing. Funny how jail time can humble someone. Fix the mortgage mess by allowing homeowners and their families to stay in the homes. An empty home generates no cash. Who's it hurting to let those families remain in those homes, until terms can be negotiated, payments missed can be added to the end of the loan, and things get back on track for both the financial institutions and the buyers? Slapping a "no trespassing" sign on the home, and another huge sign saying "SEIZED, the bank now owns this property" solves NOTHING. When foreclosures were few and far between it was 'business as usual'. Those days are gone. Homes being destroyed and gutted by angry home owners who'd rather surrender the property as a disaster, than to hand their home back to the bank. Thousands of homeless families. Family members trying to take in other family members so they have a roof over their heads. So much unnecessary hardships that could be solved by taking small steps to get there. It's our money. Why hasn't our government asked the American public for our input? Input. Not a multiple choice random poll that makes the local news cast. Great minds, great ideas, can come up with great solutions. We've seen what happens when our government only let a few ideas, and solutions be their guideline. Can anyone say "Catrina, and FEMA"? If our elected officials can't get their sh*it together, along with the financial institutions who claim such despair and no light at the end of the tunnel; Step aside, and by all means, allow the citizens of this country a chance to fix this mess. We're used to facing monthly financial crisis. We're not afraid to try something new. We take chances on each other. We lean on each other. We pull together in crisis. We realize that a problem solved never comes from just pointing the finger of blame to those responsible. When someone is drowning you don't waste precious time forming a committee, devising a plan of attack, submitting the plan for approval, or drawing up legal forms so you can't be sued if something goes wrong. You do what's right and save the person drowning and face whatever might come as it comes.
VL COME BACK TO MM, & HURRY!! Posted on Oct 12, 2008 at 05:01 AM
I haven't been on MM for about 3 weeks. Blogland has gotten to the point of being a huge YAWN!!! Few, and I mean VERY few blogs are worth clicking on to read the contents. Sad but true. I was glad when VL stopped blogging. I mean.... Stopped blogging on MM. I think we ALL know that he had to have found another site to share his 'insight'. LOL Don't know what you got till it's gone? I'd take reading VL's goofy, strange, crazy, and completely outrageous blogs, over the latest rash of blog hogging. VL made me shake my head in wonderment ever time I read his blogs. The latest blog hog candidate bores me. VL's blogs made me log in more often because (just like a car wreck) we all look out of curiousity. Even when he was flat out stupid, annoying, offensive, and clueless; I still laughed out loud on many occasions. If someone told me a year ago that I'd be singing VL's praises a year later; I'd think that VL must have hit you on the head with his Urantia book. Rendering you a little unstable... to say the least! lol
9-11 rememberence Posted on Sep 10, 2008 at 10:22 PM
Immediately after Sept. 11, 2001 Americans came together. People were more patient, kinder, and showed more compassion and care. As time went on, our fears diminished and so do a lot of that kindness, care, and compassion towards others. I hope everyone takes a minute to remember those who died on Sept. 11, 2001. Remember how you felt when you saw the towers fall, the plane crash into the pentagon, and the one that crashed in the Pennsylvania field. Remembering those that died by showing compassion and care to those who really need it. God bless America, God bless us all.
SPEEDO AKA BANANA HAMMOCK?! Posted on Jul 14, 2008 at 02:26 AM
LMAO! I might not ever be the same again! This past weekend I went to an upscale, well known local resort/spa. Massages, facials, pedicures.... the whole package! My friend and I decided to have a few cocktails at the cabana pool bar. (Keep in mind it was after 5pm and the pool crowd was just about gone.) We were on our second round of drinks when suddenly something very yellow came into view. My friend and I did a double take and sure enough it was a portly man sporting a yellow SPEEDO! His back, chest, and upper thigh hair looked like Austin Powers! Women shave, or get waxed when they wear bikini's. There needs to be a law. Men should be REQUIRED to shave, or wax, upper thigh hair in the event they choose to wear a SPEEDO in public! I burst into muffled laughter! I couldn't help it. My friend stared like a deer looking into oncoming headlights! This man strutted like a peacock up to the bar and ordered a drink. He kept looking around and adjusting the SPEEDO. To top off his 'look' he had a fanny pack on! It bounced against his belly with every step he took. Of course, he was loud, and annoying which iced his cake! He came down to the bar dressed like that from his hotel room! It wasn't like he was finishing off a day at the pool and decided to have a cold one! He chose to sit 2 tables away from us. My eyes scanned for hidden cameras. Maybe Candid camera, Punk'd, or girls behavin' badly was filming an episode. This guy couldn't be for real! He kept getting up and down from his table. He went to get a napkin. He grabbed an extra straw. He switched seats at his table.He went to the restroom. He bent over to pick something up from the ground. I'm struggling to find the right words to describe that pretty sight! Our silent laughter turned into the kind of laughter where you can barely breathe, your sides ache, and you're crying from laughing so hard! Don't get me wrong. To each their own. If he likes wearing a SPEEDO then more power to him. But subjecting everyone else to seeing him? They make robes. They make bathing suit cover-ups. So, I ask you... both men and women your thoughts on the SPEEDO. Only men I've ever seen that look great in a SPEEDO are Olympic swimmers and divers. THATS IT!
America Sucks! Posted on Jul 02, 2008 at 09:14 PM
America sucks! Americans are rude. Americans want to control everything. America blah blah blah! We might be a messed up country. God knows we have our share of problems on every level. BUT... there is no country I'd rather be from than America!! I'm proud to be an American. Happy birthday to the USA!!!
MEMORIAL DAY Posted on May 25, 2008 at 01:06 AM
Of all the holidays we have throughout the year, few seem more important than Memorial Day. As I read blogs filled with drama and ridiculous gossiping, my thoughts flash to our troops. Men and women fighting a war to stabilize a country. A country where half the people are for our help, and the other half trying to kill our soldiers. I thought I'd share this with everyone: I watched the flag pass by one day. It fluttered in the breeze. A young Marine saluted it, And then he stood at ease. I looked at him in uniform So young, so tall, so proud, With hair cut square and eyes alert He'd stand out in any crowd. I thought how many men like him Had fallen through the years. How many died on foreign soil? How many mothers' tears? How many pilots' planes shot down? How many died at sea? How many foxholes were soldiers' graves? No, freedom isn't free. I heard the sound of taps one night, When everything was still I listened to the bugler play And felt a sudden chill. I wondered just how many times That taps had meant "Amen," When a flag had draped a coffin Of a brother or a friend. I thought of all the children, Of the mothers and the wives, Of fathers, sons and husbands With interrupted lives. I thought about a graveyard At the bottom of the sea Of unmarked graves in Arlington. No, freedom isn't free.
What's your purpose? Posted on May 20, 2008 at 05:55 PM
Do you think you're living what your true purpose is? Do you think there is an intended purpose for you? Just thinking about what I've done, what I do, and what I'd like to do in my life makes me wonder if I've even begun to serve my own purpose.
Your Dream Job Posted on Apr 16, 2008 at 07:11 PM
What would be your dream job? First thing that comes to my (dirty) mind is lead actress co-starring as Johnny Depp's lover! Of course it would have to be a very erotic,sexy movie requiring lots of 'takes'...
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Warning !! RE: blogger IROCAS Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 11:19 PM
Im sorry IROCAS but it's only fair for me to warn other bloggers about you, and your posts. I've tried to remain silent. I've tried to read your blogs, and comments and keep my thoughts to myself. But enough is enough!! Fellow bloggers... Alert! Alert! If you choose to click on IROCAS' blogs, or read his comments, please be prepared for uncontrollable, belly-aching, eye watering laughter!! I've come dangerously close to replacing a keyboard and mouse after reading one of his VL comments and burst out in laughter. Spit my damn drink everywhere. I couldn't help it! Too funny! IROCAS: Lots of great bloggers here on MM. Intelligent, thought provoking, challenging, and witty comments every day. Even bizarre, ridiculous comments from Proballplayer and VL bring things full circle. BUT.... It's not so common to read comments that make you literally laugh out loud like yours do for me. My dog's beginning to give me strange looks when I burst out in laughter when the room is silent. lol!! I'm sure many bloggers agree with my opinion. KUDOS!!!!!
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You might be a Dumba$$ if.... Posted on Dec 24, 2007 at 02:22 AM
You might be a dumb a$$ if you believe in celestial beings. You might be a dumb a$$ if you post a free profile on a dating site in order to share your "knowledge" on the blog link. You might be a dumb a$$ if you read the Urantia book and actually find it believable. You might be a dumb a$$ is you think sharing your thoughts, truths, and knowledge has turned you into a chick magnet. You might be a dumb a$$ if you think 'The Father' has gifted you with psychic abilities. You might be a dumb a$$ to think that after all these months of spewing nonsense in blogland that any of us suddenly see things from your warped, demented perspective. And finally, You might be a dumb a$$ if you continue to live your life without actually "living". Being so wrapped up in trying to share your thoughts, beliefs, and so called knowledge has a time and a place. What do you do for fun? What do you do in your community to make a difference? When was the last time you made someone laugh? (Besides the negative laughter you generate)When was the last time you saw a movie for the pure enjoyment of getting lost in a fictional story for 2 hours of your day? When was the last time you hung out with friends? What recreational sports, activities do you enjoy? Lastly, if you could land a date with someone where would you take them and what would you do on that date? Don't you get it? There is more to life than what you limit yourself to. All that self proclaimed knowledge wont hug you good night, hold your hand, or tell you "I love you". You have no one to share your world with because no one wants to live in that mindset 24/7.
I AM Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 09:08 PM
I am amazed that a 'person', with self proclaimed visionary abilities, is blindsided to the obvious. I AM curious how someone can completely lose touch with common sense. I AM thankful that my own strong-will prevents me from accepting that 'beings' shared how we came to be via a doctor who got the info from a man in a coma. I AM certain that posting a pic with your eyes wide SHUT confirms that your visionary outlook is limited to what pictures you can create and display on the inside of your eyelids. I AM puzzled why a 'being' with such self proclaimed amazing qualities and gifts is single. I AM creating this blog because I think its humorous that this site is where he chose to spew endless blogs of basic nonsense. Has anyone told him its a DATING SITE. LOL! I envision someone staying single for a long LONG time. I AM done!
BEST CHILDHOOD CHRISTMAS MEMORY Posted on Dec 02, 2007 at 04:35 AM
I was fortunate to have 3 sisters in my family. We are all a 1 1/2 yrs apart in age. My mom had a very creative imagination. Christmas at our house was magical, memorable, and special. Best Christmas memory I have was when I was 5, my older sister Debi was 6 1/2. Firm believers in Santa Claus at that age. On Christmas eve my mom had to run an errand. Dad nodded off in his lazy boy recliner which was our signal that the coast was clear! Clear for us to climb out our bedroom window which put us up on top of the garage! Covered in snow, in our pajamas. Looking for Santa. We sat there about 15 minutes. We looked and listened so hard into that dark night sky. We actually thought we heard Santa's sleigh bells. The cold was starting to set in so we decided to go back inside. That is until my mom came barreling up our drive way in her 1973 Plymouth Catalina. We laid flat on the roof so she wouldn't see us. We were shivering cold now. We made our way to the window and right before my sister could reach down and climb through, we hear my mother yelling "Who left the damn window opening? The cold is pouring in!" And the window slammed shut, and locked. After 5 minutes my mom realized we were no where to be found, and that our window was open. Up goes the window.... all we heard was GET INSIDE THIS HOUSE NOW! We cried our way into the house. Not only because we were cold, but because Santa Claus was supposed to come that night and we just got in BIG BIG trouble! Off we go to bed. We were told we'd be lucky if Santa left anything but coal. When we woke at 4:45 am (like every year to follow!!) we could see a mountain of presents. We screamed and yelled for everyone to get up. HE CAME!! SANTA CAME! The first thing we saw was a free standing chalkboard. On the board was a message: TO Debi & Laura, Be good for heaven's sake! Love, Santa. It was written like Santa was dyslexic! My mom said, "Girls do you understand what Santa is telling you?" WE looked at each other and said YES! YES! Santa's really real because if he wasn't real how could he write on our chalkboard?!!" My mom laughed out loud till she had tears. WE had no clue why she thought that was so funny. We thought she shared in our joy of knowing Santa was the real deal! My sister and I hugged each other and I still remember looking into her eyes and both of us mouthing to each other...HE'S REAL! HE'S REALLY REAL!
Barry Bonds Ties Hank Aaron Posted on Aug 05, 2007 at 12:07 AM
Ok, Barry Bonds is one home run away from passing Hank Aaron's record. Do you think he's deserving of being considered a valued player based on the steriod issues that clouds around him? I have his rookie cards, and since his early days his overall size has increased dramatically. Far beyond what would deem "normal". I also saw side by side comparison of Barry in his early playing days, and a recent pic and WOW he definately has some explaining to do. Id like to think that he's achieved this record breaking status based on hard work, and talent. Kind of like the players of way back when... They actually did earn those record holding titles based on talent and hard work. It seems the more money these athletes make the further removed from the sport they become. Its insane to pay these players 50+ million dollars. Im all for earning a large salary but they are over paid for as much contraversy that seems to come up every year... In almost every sport.
MEMORIAL DAY Posted on May 27, 2007 at 06:55 AM
I watched the flag pass by one day. It fluttered in the breeze. A young Marine saluted it, And then he stood at ease. I looked at him in uniform So young, so tall, so proud, With hair cut square and eyes alert He'd stand out in any crowd. I thought how many men like him Had fallen through the years. How many died on foreign soil? How many mothers' tears? How many pilots' planes shot down? How many died at sea? How many foxholes were soldiers' graves? No, freedom isn't free. I heard the sound of taps one night, When everything was still I listened to the bugler play And felt a sudden chill. I wondered just how many times That taps had meant "Amen," When a flag had draped a coffin Of a brother or a friend. I thought of all the children, Of the mothers and the wives, Of fathers, sons and husbands With interrupted lives. I thought about a graveyard At the bottom of the sea Of unmarked graves in Arlington. No, freedom isn't free.
URANTIA TO URANUS Posted on May 26, 2007 at 05:25 PM
Before posting this I took an hour of my time to better understand where the blog quack stands. Here's what I found. Martin Gardner, who has made a career out of defending science and deflating paranormal claims, helps explain both the allure and the deception of The Urantia Book and the religion it has spawned. He gives us a meticulous account that traces the personalities and philosophies that account for the supposedly supernatural revelation given in the book. Gardner, who is a theist not associated with any particular religious tradition, does not provide a theological assessment that compares The Urantia Book with any normative theological system. Rather, he engages in a sustained historical and scientific investigation of the books claims. First appearing in 1955, The Urantia Book is a mammoth tome that credits no human author. Rather, it claims to have been assembled by extraterrestrial entities. The 2097-page volume gives a fantastically convoluted and obscure account of cosmology, anthropology, theology, and history. Yet, in this opacity lies much of its fascination. Students of the book claim that they have received an esoteric dispensation that eludes the masses. Because of the books sheer bulk, it supplies endless details on cosmology, theology, and anthropology not mentioned in other religious scriptures. Herein lies its putative superiority. The relatively small number of Urantia devotees, despite their idiosyncratic beliefs, are not to be considered cultists in a pejorative sociological sense. Unlike other groups with similar teachings, it does not have an authoritarian structure of leadership, nor do its followers typically engage in high-pressure proselytizing. The main appeal is intellectual. Religious activities are largely based on studying The Urantia Book. Despite these qualifications, the book itself leaves much to be desired as a suitable object of religious instruction and veneration. To attempt to fathom The Urantia Book, one must descend into a dark and foreboding labyrinth of quirky terminology, pseudoscientific pronouncements, and revisionist ideas about Jesus. In barest outline, the book informs us that God is a Trinity of Trinities, that humans are unfallen beings who have a divine spark within them (called a Thought Adjuster), that they can become fused with God through evolutionary development, and that Jesus death on the cross did not atone for human sin against God. To summarize, it is a kind of space age Gnosticism claiming to update orthodox Christianity. Gardners well-researched conclusion is that The Urantia Book lacks any supernatural credibility. Its contents can be explained on the basis of purely terrestrial authors; its scientific claims were either common knowledge at the time or plain wrong; and it contains numerous plagiarisms (even stealing from Bertrand Russell). Urantia: The Great Cult Mystery is the most exhaustive critique of the movement yet published. It will help readers to understand many patterns of deception found in many other new religious groups as well.
PICK YOUR SUPER POWER Posted on May 17, 2007 at 11:28 PM
If you were given 48 hours to have any super power which one would you choose? You can only pick one. Tell us why you picked it to! Are you a Back to the future? kind of person. Are you a blast from the past? Wish you could travel thru time? Wish you had x-ray vision? Ability to fly? Move things with your mind? Bionic Hearing/site? etc etc etc Id like to take a little trip back in time. Different era's.
Paris Hilton doing time Posted on May 09, 2007 at 01:36 AM
All I could do was laugh at poooooor Paris Hilton for trying to blame everyone else in her life for her probation violation. Im trying to reason the fact that she's young and doesn't really get the fact that no one's buying what she's selling. lmao @ her publicist, her agent, and her lawyer NOT informing her that she cannot drive while on probation. Ummm, I guess she forgot when she stood in front of the Judge who verbally told her the terms of her probation. Not to mention her signature agreeing to those terms. She said it wasnt her fault for signing those papers cause she used to someone reading everything for her and she didnt read those court papers herself. lmao! But you have to really love the letter thats floating around to the Gov. of California asking him for a pardon for poor Paris. lmao! Hey Paris here's a few sobering FACTS you dont seem to understand: 1. Your just a rich chick with limited education, and no "real" job. 2. Whoever told you that you're beauty uplifts the "common people" LIED TO YOU! 3. Money doesn't always buy your way out of things. 4. Karma is a mean mother ******! Be a big girl Paris. You committed a crime and its punishable by law. Do the time and quit whining that your too beautiful and that your uplifting to regular people. To bad she doesnt see that these 45 days will be the most important life changing days of her life. From the inside out for the first time in her life. She will see "regular" people and appreciate the things in her life on a whole new level.
Bad Blood Posted on Mar 13, 2007 at 10:35 PM
This is by far one of the hardest tongue twisters Ive ever heard! Try saying this phrase 5 times fast. LOL, even 3 times would be impressive!! "Good Blood, Bad Blood"
WHO'S YOUR INNER ROCK STAR?!! Posted on Mar 13, 2007 at 10:20 PM
OK! Who hasn't sang at the top of their lungs into a hairbrush? Who sings in the shower? Is your car your private concert hall? LOL!! You're up on stage standing in front of a sold out arena..... Who are you? Me..... I'd have to be Ann Wilson from HEART or Pat Benatar!! If I were a man Id have to go for the ultimate entertainer.... ELVIS