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Saturday, November 18, 2017

ISIS hacker screws up, got screwed

Junaid Hussain (not to be confused with Barack Hussein) the Birmingham, England terrorist who became ISIS' top computer hacker and propaganda minister was blown to tiny bits and pieces by a drone guided by secret intelligence.

Experts were guided to the scumquat's whereabouts by a bread trail of taped conversations between him and an American martyr-to-be.

US special ops chiefs have provided details of the paper trail of "grooming" posts leading them straight to Hussain, who was in the top three on the Pentagon's Jihadi hit list.

Hussain and two bodyguards were droned in Raqqa on August 24, 2015. It's believed Hussain's wife, former punk rocker Sally Jones, was also blown to bite size pieces in a latter strike. The couple has been dubbed Mr. and Mrs. Terror.

Before Jones' death, she confirmed that Hussain, the guy who orchestrated carnage around the world, was killed. In other words, he was not missed by the drone nor will be missed by infidels. They found him after he used a compromised internet link--LOL.


The Useless Senate Ethics Committee

Checking his breath
The Senate Ethics Committee is about as useful to ethics violations as an aspirin is to blindness. And Mitch McConnell is as effective a Senate Majority Leader as Anthony Weiner is as a life coach.

Just hours after Leeann Tweeden went public over Sen. Al Franken's (D-MN) sexual misconduct, in which he is alleged to have kissed and groped her without consent during a 2006 USO tour, McConnell (R-KY) dealt with the matter by farming out the problem to the Senate's Select Committee on Ethics.

This is in contrast to McConnell saying that the GOP candidate for Senator of Alabama, Roy Moore, must step down for an alleged claim that he was sexually inappropriate with a 14-year-old girl almost forty years ago. 

In Franken's case, he admitted the assertion by Tweeden because there was photographic evidence supporting her claim. In Moores' case, he flatly denied the allegation, although there is strong collaborative evidence the claim is true. 

But the problem with McConnell is that he lacks consistency, and his recommendation for a Senate Ethics Committee to handle Franken's case is nothing more than a free pass to Franken, an unfunny former comedian turned senator.

Of course, Franken not only agree to a Senate Ethics Committee investigation, he acted as if it was his idea to have one. The reason is simple: out of over 600 prior investigations, not one has resulted in an expulsion or other punishment for the perps. 

Franken has nothing to lose and will likely receive nothing more than a wag of the finger.

"As with all credible allegations of sexual harassment or assault, I believe the Ethics Committee should review the matter. I hope the Democratic Leader will join me on this. Regardless of party, harassment and assault are completely unacceptable--in the workplace or anywhere else," McConnell said in a statement.

So naturally, the Democrats were delighted with McConnell's suggestion and jumped on the idea faster than Bill Clinton on an aide.

Franken said he had a different recollection of the events between him and Tweeden, but just like he made it clear in his dull book, "Giant of the Senate," he will say anything for his political gain, and is an admitted liar.

The main problem is, the Select Committee on Ethics, which started in 1965, is comprised of 3 Senate Democrats and 3 Senate Republicans. This prevents any action that isn't supported by at least one member of the other party, and the senators rarely deviate from party lines. So the committee tends to be more political and less ethical.

The last time the committee took serious action against a sitting senator began in 1992. The Washington Post broke a story that Sen. Bob Packwood (R-OR) had "made uninvited sexual advances to women who have worked for him or with him" which included 10 staffers and lobbyists. The committee was slowed by partisan deadlocks but ultimately, 19 women came forward against Packwood.

Packwood's own diary contained damning evidence (proving he was almost being too stupid to be a U.S. senator but got in just under the wire, like Franken) and it wasn't until September 1995 that the committee completed its investigation and recommended Packwood's expulsion.

Packwood resigned his seat the following day.

The irony regarding McConnell's decision for a Senate Ethics Committee investigation into Franken's 2006 behavior, two years before being elected to the Senate, is palpable. 

In another instance, McConnell cast doubt as to whether the committee has the power to act in such cases. 

Specifically, in 2007, Sen. David Vitter's (R-LA) phone number appeared on a client list for a prostitution ring. McConnell argued that since Vitter was not in the U.S. Senate but in the House of Representatives at that time, there was little the Senate could do.

"It appears whatever might have occurred, occurred before this individual came to the Senate, therefore raising serious questions as to whether the Senate has jurisdiction over it," said McConnell.

Even in a case as clearcut as Packwood's, it took three whole years before anything was done. Franken could die of old age or gross lack of humor before any consequences are meted out.


Friday, November 17, 2017

Rogue planet heading toward Brooklyn etc.

Actual fake photo of Nibiru
Don't buy any green bananas because if conspiracy theorists are correct, as they always are (in their own minds), a rogue planet that goes by the name Nibiru (aka Planet X) is heading our way like a bat out of hell.

Schools across the world are having children hiding under their desks for protection, much like they did in the 1950s when we worried that Russia was going to nuke us. Those desks were the last vestige of protection for the kids.

The time of impact is to be during this weekend, so you can forget about any Thanksgiving plans you may have had and find a good, solid public school desk to hide under.

Conspiracy theorists say  Nibiru will screw up Earth's orbit on Sunday and bring about a series of huge earthquakes that could bring back the dinosaurs and kill the rest of life. The only creatures that stands a remote chance of survival is the standard cockroach and the doodlebug.

Nibiru was originally scheduled to destroy our world on September 23, according to a crazy Christian "numerologist," whose numerical count was evidently off. This expert "numerologist" said the rogue planet was actually going to collide with Earth, not just do a fly-by.

But lo and behold, that day came and went and nothing. Nada. Zilch.

Now "theorists" (who make their living serving fries and burgers) say that Nibiru will come so close to Earth that it will smell our fear and screw up our gravitational forces. 

It will not only bring fire and brimstone, it will cause the seas to rise and farts to smell like flowers.

Nibiru is a make believe planet located on the outer edges of our solar system (aka "The Outer Limits") and orbits the sun every 3,600 years or so. Some "theorists" believe its gravitational influences have caused Alex Jones to defraud fans out of more money than he deserves. They also think Nibiru has already caused havoc with other planets hundreds of years ago and now it's our turn.

It's also claimed by these "scientists" that this make believe planet sends plasmatic energy particles through our solar system and this energy can disrupt the core flows of the earth and cause dangerous climate change known as global warming (aka the "Al Jazeera Gore Effect").

NASA disagrees.

"There is no credible evidence whatever for the existence of Nibiru," Dr. David Morrison said. Morrison is an actual scientist with NASA and spoke to the U.K's Daily Express, which used to be a Thai takeout joint in London. "There are no pictures, no tracking, no astronomical observations."

Alex Jones disagrees.

Sounding a bit like he recently gargled with heavy-gauge steel wool, Jones said of NASA: "What do those charlatans know? They put 'Doctor' in front of their names and we're supposed to believe them? Bull! I know Nibiru is on its way--I can feel it . . .  It's out there, and it's out to get us. Folks, all we can do now is pray and get under our desks."

Now go have a banana.


Caucasian man thinks he a Filipino woman

Sounds like Jessica Tarlov when he sings
Adam Wheeler, from New Orleans, changed his name to Ja Du, had his penis and testicles removed, grew his hair long, and thinks he Filipino, possibly because he believes "you are what you eat."

The guy loves Filipino food and culture and identifies as being Filipino. His German shepherd identifies as being a white mailman--and the dog's a bitch, not a male.

Du drives around in a purple colored rickshaw called a Tuk Tuk, a vehicle used for public transportation in the Philippines, and when the temperature falls below 35 degrees F., his female parts turn blue. (The photo below should explain it all.)

"Whenever I'm around the music, around the food, I feel like I'm in my own skin," the mentally ill Du told WTSP. "I'd watch the History Channel sometimes for hours, you know, whenever it came to that and, you know, nothing else intrigued me more but things about Filipino culture."

The comments put Du into a small, but growing community of mentally ill people whose reality testing is derived from believing that TV shows such as "The Outer Limits" and "The Twilight Zone" were documentaries. (See also Rachel Dolezal.)

Du told the Huffington Post "I think things that made no sense to most people make sense to us on an individual level in almost every person, like a swelling feeling you feel when you listen to dramatic music." Hopefully, things that make sense to him but not mentally healthy people will make sense to his psychotherapist.

He continued, "It's all sound and vibration but something in it relates to your soul on such a subconscious level that you connect with it, and [that's] how I feel about the Filipino culture."

What was I thinking? Makes perfect sense.

But actual Filipinos aren't too happy with Du because he is overlooking the history of struggle Filipinos endured. Some Filipinos believe that Du is merely exercising white privilege, but they're just as crazy as Du.

Filipino-American journalist Jackie Fernandez said Du's comments highlight the "thin line between cultural appreciation and appropriations being crossed."

If Du is a liberal, and I suspect he is, the liberal media will define his mental illness as cultural appreciation.




Stallone joins the Hollywood accused

Sylvester Stallone was accused of sexual assault by a then 16-year-old girl according to an exclusive report by Mail Online. According to the girl, Stallone made her give him and his bodyguard, Michael De Luca, oral sex. Stallone also threatened her that they would "beat her head in" if she ever told anyone.

At the time, Stallone was filming a movie in Las Vegas in 1986, as described in a police report obtained by DailyMail.com. At that time, Stallone was 40-years-old and De Luca 27. 

According to the report, the alleged incident occurred at the Las Vegas Hilton hotel in July 1986 when Stallone forced the girl to perform oral sex on him before penetrating her. She said she was "very uncomfortable," and believed she had "no choice."

Retired Las Vegas metro police department Detective Sergeant John Samolovitch, head of the sexual assault unit at the time, confirmed to DailyMail.com that "the copy of the police report is in fact a true copy of the original report."

Of course, Stallone denied the allegation and Stallones 'spokes chick' said, "This is a ridiculous, categorically false story. No one was ever aware of this story until it was published today, including Mr. Stallone. At no time was Mr. Stallone ever contacted by any authorities or anyone else regarding this matter."

After the incident, the girl claimed Stallone threatened her, saying they would "beat her head in" if she told anyone. She ultimately decided not to press charges against either man because she was "humiliated and ashamed," and was also "scared."

Police were told of the incident by a hotel employee who said that a friend of the victim said she needed advice on the matter.

When the teen was found, she provided details of the alleged assault. They noted that "during the interview [the teen] became emotionally upset numerous times, crying and sobbing."

In another matter, Stallone's half-sister Toni-Ann Filiti, threatened him with a lawsuit in 1987. She alleged that Stallone raped her and sexually assaulted her for years. And while he "vigorously denied and continues to deny and dispute all claims of wrongdoing," he paid Filiti off with $2 million and $16,666 a month for the rest of her life.

Filiti, according to her own mother, was a drug addict and died in 2012 from lung cancer.




Thursday, November 16, 2017

Sen. Al Franken's history of being sleazy

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) is accused of forcibly kissing an LA TV host and groped her while she slept. There is a photo of the latter (see below) of the incident, which was allegedly taken by Franken's brother, Owen, and occurred in 2006.

Leeann Tweeden, a California TV host and sports radio broadcaster posted a blog detailing the alleged incident and she tweeted a photo of Franken standing over her as she slept, apparently pretending to grab her breasts as he wore a stupid grin.

Franken's response was that he didn't recall the kissing incident but apologized for posing in the picture, which Tweeden said took place during a USO Tour in Afghanistan.

Franken wrote a sketch for the tour in which his character kisses Tweeden on stage. She said he repeatedly pressured her to practice the kiss backstage and at one point forcibly kissed her.

She said she wanted to punch him at the time, but held back. "I immediately pushed him away with both of my hands against his chest and told him if he ever did that to me again, I wouldn't be so nice about it the next time," she wrote. "I walked away. All I could think about was getting to a bathroom as fast as possible to rinse the taste of him out of my mouth."

It is rumored that Franken's kisses taste like camel dung.

A photographer (allegedly Owen, his brother) snapped a photo of what appears to be a sleeping Tweeden, still in her flak vest and Kevlar helmet, and Franken appearing to grab her breasts.

This isn't Al Franken's first sexual misconduct rodeo (imagine if they actually had rodeos for that) in which he has made crude remarks. 

In 1995 he joked about raping Leslie Stahl in a New York Magazine article discussing a skit he was working on for "Saturday Night Live" (SNL). The skit involved drugging and raping Stahl, a CBS reporter.

Franken was allegedly a comedian at the time and said his skit involved "60 Minutes" commentator Andy Rooney finding an empty pill bottle on his desk.

"I give the pills to Leslie Stahl. Then when Leslie is passed out, I take her to the closet and rape her.' Or "That's why you never see Leslie until February.' Or, 'When she passes out, I put her in various positions and take pictures of her," Franken was quoted as saying.


In a 2000 Playboy piece, Franken spoke about fantasizing a machine that would perform oral sex on him. What a creative guy.

He was attacked politically in his 2008 run for the Senate with that Playboy article, and Republican women gathered to demand Franken explain himself (liberal women are all too familiar with what such a machine does), and he eventually apologized for his crude remarks. But he subsequently wrote in his book, "Al Franken: Giant of the Senate," that he faked the apology to get the needed support for his election win.

So it's fair to say that Franken could very well be faking his apology to Ms. Tweeden this time.

"To say I was sorry for writing a joke was to sell out my career, to sell out who I'd been my entire life," the scum crumpet said in the book. "And I wasn't sorry that I had written Porn-o-Rama or pitched that stupid Lesley Stahl joke at 2 in the morning. I was just doing my job."

That's what the guards said at Auschwitz after the death camp was liberated.

In his second apology to Leeann Tweeden, Franken used some of the same comments that he made when he wrote about Stahl and the oral sex machine.



Not Onion: CNN Sued by 175 Black Employees Calls Trump a Racist

While the Communist News Network (CNN) continues trying to color President Trump as a white supremacist or racist, they forget to mention the 175 African-American former and current employees who are suing CNN for racial discrimination.

While some call Trump supporters "complicit" in racism or a "misogynist racist bigoted pig," as Ann Navarro said of the president, there's no question the network is trying to make Trump and his supporters out to be racists.

CNN always tries to portray itself as an organization that's strongly opposed to racism . . . but now they're being sued for racial discrimination.

Can I get a big LOL?

The lawsuit was filed last December but CNN and most other mainstream media outlets forgot to report it. They must have overlooked it being that they're so involved with the minutiae of President Trump, from having two scoops of ice cream to pouring all the fish food into the Japanese poi pond.

The lawsuit alleges racial discrimination by CNN against 175 former and current black employees. The complaint states:
Unlike the lawsuit against Fox News, the one against CNN and sister companies is much broader, claiming among other things that African-Americans receive lower performance ratings in evaluations, that there are dramatic differences in pay between similarly situated employees of different races and that the promotion of African-American employees is blocked by a "glass ceiling." The complaint cites hiring and advancement statistics while alleging that African-American employees have endured slurs from superiors, including "It's hard to manage black people" and "Who would be worth more: black slaves from times past, or new slaves?" . . . 
According to a plaintiffs' motion to amend that was filed March 23, "Since the filing of this action, counsels for the plaintiffs have been contacted by more than 175 people, both former and current employees of the Defendant, requesting to be members of the putative class action, all having similar complaints of intentional racial discrimination, discrimination impact and discriminatory practices employed by the Defendants."
But that doesn't stop CNN from its continuous attack on Trump for his "racism" in spite of the lack of real facts, or reality.

CNN's Jim Acosta's continuous attack on Trump is a good example of how the network is as hypocritical as Adolf Hitler being guest speaker at a bar mitzvah. Acosta insinuated that Trump's statements about NFL players who 'take a knee' during the playing of the National Anthem was based on racism.

"Why is it that the president over the weekend is going after or seeming to go after African-American athletes?" Acosta asked White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders. "And then this morning [Monday] he's putting out a tweet praising NASCAR, which obviously is geared towards a different demographic, and the way they stand and respect and honor the flag. Is he trying to wage something of a culture war?"

Trump has never mentioned race or ethnicity in any of his tweets, but Acosta, like a depressed person who sees the world through depressed eyes, sees everything in terms of race. 

Perhaps Acosta needs to look in the mirror, along with the rest of the obvious hypocrites at CNN.


Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Calif. gunman was frustrated over feud with neighbors

Tehama County, Calif. -- Another lunatic with a gun went on a shooting rampage killing four people and wounding at least 10 others, including two children. This happened in Northern California Tuesday.

The shooter's mother, who only provided the Associated Press with her first name Anne, revealed that her son had been upset with an ongoing feud with his neighbors and that she posted bail for him in January after he was charged with stabbing one of them.

"I'm on a cliff and there's nowhere to go," his mother said he told her regarding the situation with the neighbor matter.

The day prior to the shooting of multiple "random" locations near Rancho Tehama Elementary School, the shooter called his mother saying "it's all over now."

While the police declined to identify the shooter, they did confirm that he was the same man charged with the January stabbing, a man named Kevin Neil.

The shooter tried to gain access at an elementary school to shoot children, because that's what cowardly scumbags do. The police described the shooting as a "bizarre and murderous rampage."

Tehama County Assistant Sheriff Phil Johnston said that one of the victims was the same woman the gunman had stabbed in January.

The school officials acted swiftly after hearing shots being fired about a quarter-mile away away, immediately putting the school in lockdown without waiting for police instructions.

Johnston said that it was "monumental" that school workers took such quick action as they did, because he believes they saved countless children's lives.

The gunman rammed his vehicle into a school fence and then walked onto the school grounds with a semi-automatic rifle while wearing a protective vest. 

When he couldn't gain access to a classroom, it's believed he became "frustrated" and headed back to his car, and started shooting at random people as he drove down the street.

As it turned out, the vest was as useful to the gunman as a screen door on a submarine because when he began to open fire, the police shot and killed him.

"This guy was bent on driving by residences and arbitrarily shooting at them," Johnston said. "This guy was on a killing rampage, he was driving up and down the street shooting at passerbys [sic], and uninvolved residences."

One woman, who doesn't know the gunman, was driving past him with her three kids. She was shot or hit with shrapnel from her bullet-riddled door, and one of the children received a non-life-threatening injury, according to police.

"This is an individual that armed himself I think with the motive of getting even with his neighbors, and when it went that far, he just went on a rampage," Johnston added, and also said that he didn't believe there is a connection to terrorism.

Law enforcement recovered a semi-automatic rifle and two handguns. There was another weapon in the shooter's vehicle.

It was noted that a restraining order exists against the shooter which, Johnston noted, would have limited his ability to possess firearms for a period of time, depending on the order.

Brian Flint told Record Searchlight newspaper after the incident that the shooter was his neighbor. "The crazy thing is that the neighbor has been shooting a lot of bullets lately, hundreds of rounds, large magazines," Flint said. "We made it aware that this guy is crazy and he's been threatening us." He also said the suspect stole his truck.

While it's fairly likely the left will use this incident to call for more gun control laws, the right will hopefully call for laws that already exist to be upheld.

Once someone gets a restraining order after a violent incident such as what happened in this case, perhaps a surprise visit to the homes of perpetrators, complete with a search warrant, will save lives.