Saturday, December 23, 2006


So about 7 or 8 months ago, my backpack I carried EVERYTHING in went missing. I chalked it up to some young punk breaking into my Jeep, and snagging it.

Contents were more of the sentimental value, rather than monetary value.

However, 2 of the items were my Hewlett Packard 48gx Graphing Calculator, and my Wiley X Sunglasses. Those items I truly missed. I had that calculator all through college (all 7 years) and I loved it! Damn kids.

Fast forward 8 months.

Tonight I get a phone call..

Caller: "Did you loose backpack?"
Me: "YES!!"
Caller: "What does it look like?"
Me: "Blue and Black."
Caller: "What's inside it?"
Me.. Well, you get the idea.

Turns out, this guy found it on a freeway overpass, 8 months ago, threw it in his truck, and forgot all about it.

It must have fallen out of my construction truck during the period this summer when I was working nights..

So, I drove north and met him and got back my long lost pack, all the contents just as they were 8 months ago.. I thanked him profusely over and over, wished him a Merry Christmas, and gave him a nice finders fee.

On the way home, some drunk asshole nearly ran us off the freeway.

Just goes to show you, no good deed goes unpunished.
Freakin Karma..


The Virgin Mary. The three kings. A few wayward sheep. These are the figures one expects to find in a traditional Christmas nativity scene. Not a smartly dressed peasant squatting behind a rock with his rear-end exposed.

Yet statuettes of "El Caganer," or the great defecator in the Catalan language, can be found in nativity scenes, and increasingly on the mantelpieces of collectors, throughout Spain's northeastern Catalonia region, where for centuries symbols of defecation have played an important role in Christmas festivities.
Do a Google Image search for "El Caganer"..
Thanks to Sondra K for the heads-ups..

Thursday, December 21, 2006

New Format..

You may have noticed some changes in the layout, and format of the ole blog here. That's because it is a new format and layout! (duh..)

You'll have to bear with me.. I am re-organizing some, most, all of the posts I have made over the last 2 years.. Quite a bit of work, lemme tell ya.

The nice thing is.. When it's done, you'll be able to see all the posts with a particular topic, like PIG Pics or Pin-Ups!

Wednesday, December 20, 2006


Here are some great toasts, Originally posted by Michelle C.
Here's to a long life and a merry one,
A quick death and an easy one,
A pretty girl and an honest one,
A cold beer and another one!

May those who love us, love us.
And for those who don't love us, May God turn their hearts.
And if he can not turn their hearts, May he turn their ankles,
So we my know them by their limping.

And if you really want to confuse your guests, try this!
Here's to all those that I love.
Here's to all those that love me.
And here's to all those that love those that I love,
And all those that love those that love me.

Last but not least, one for our troops.
To the glasses left empty in bar rooms and homes,
To canteens in combat and the tomb of the unknowns.
We raise our hands in the glory you gave,
Land of the Free and Home of the Brave!


Tuesday, December 19, 2006


This comes from a friend of mine named JD.. A True Story of just how Moronic Some people are..

"Bozo criminal for today comes from Portland, Oregon where bozo Jason Klein was zipping through town at speeds exceeding 100 MPH. In spite of this, he failed to attract the attention of a single cop. He then rammed his car into a police cruiser, backed up and hit it again. This got the attention of the police and he was placed under arrest. Which brings up the question of why he rammed the cop car in the first place. He told officers he was mad because no one had given him a speeding ticket. He has several tickets now."

Oh My Gawd...
Excuse me while I go laugh my ass off!!

Sunday, December 17, 2006

Another Freakin Rescue..

Don't even get me started about this. How is it that 100 resucer's can climb the freakin mountain in the worst weather we have had in the last 15 years, and NOBODY gets hurt, lost, or needed a snowcave.. These "Professionals" go up and now my Brothers and Sisters over at PMR gotta go up and pull another stiff off the mountain.

Barry Morally, left, and Bob Barrett with American Medical Response, take equipment to a shelter at the top of the Palmer ski lift Sunday morning, Dec., 17, 2006, near Hood River, Ore., where they set up a emergency medical treatment area. (AP Photo/The Oregonian, Steven Nehl)

Please don't misunderstand.. My deepest sympathies go out to the families of the missing climbers..

My thoughts are with all the SAR Teams up there.. Including the guys from MY team. Be safe!