Unemployment is awesome!

I am heading to Miami in a few hours, for 4 days. After that I am heading to Boston. If you are in either one of those cities, give me a holla @ sandmonkey at gmail dot com.

Have a nice one!

Comments

  1. Sand Ape says:

    Couldn’t hold down a decent job for too long, eh there Sandmonkey? Well at least you saved a bit of cash to travel & fill your void.

  2. I’m sorry SM. Stupid people controlled by the devil aren’t easy to work for.
    :(

    Just an FYI-If you are surfing the net, blogging, etc. during work hours, that does tick off a lot of people that are honestly working..even though we hate every minute of it…just a thought. Maybe you could bring your mission here to the workforce as well :D

  3. Not to change the subject or anything..but isn’t this a tear-jerker?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9lp0IWv8QZY

  4. SM really though why can’t you hold down a job?

    And claire that video was beautiful I love Susan Boyle, she told us all not to be superficial or derogatory and she showed us how unjust it is the way society treats people deemed “unattractive,” she definitely possesses a rare inner beauty and inner strength

  5. I told “the man” where to stuff his job last summer and haven’t been happier in my life! I’m back to consulting and love it! Just spent half the morning with my pooch on the beach. Say hi to South Beach for me

  6. CarpetCaptain, your life sounds wonderful! A dream! Good luck with consulting—I hope that you continue to be successful.

  7. TheSonofChoas says:

    Ah, Nothing like being an emancipated wage slave….. ;-)

  8. Ya muzza come to savannah, let a khawaga show you how we throw down in georgia

  9. The entire workforce reminds me of the story “The Emperors New Clothes”. Everything is seriously, *seriously* messed up, (When I worked in Missouri, my coworker and I used to joke we were in some satanic OZ:) and nobody says or does anything about it. Are there that many people on this planet with no conscience? Maybe it is a form of purgatory

  10. The entire workforce reminds me of the story “The Emperors New Clothes”. Everything is seriously, *seriously* messed up,

    It is at big companies, yeah. Even when you get high enough up the ladder that people start treating you with respect, there’s still people further up who spend all their time shitting on you. The fortune 500 suck ass… but on the other hand, they are what drive capitalism so somebody has to work there! Just glad it isn’t me!

  11. Thank-you Lynne…..all the best to you too.

  12. Sand Ape says:

    HA HA CarpetCaptain your name/website goes to youporn, why you dirty little… :-)

  13. Yes, claire working sucks! must be part of some satanic conspiracy! i love conservatives

  14. Yes, it was a Fortune 100 most likely..using all of the bailout company facts as a guide, other people must feel the same.
    If you are making fun of me, Patrick, I don’t care. :D

  15. Porn makes the world go round. How else can you make the work day go by?

  16. dedicated to:

    Al-Nadr bin al-Harith, Uqbah bin Abu Muayt, Asma bint Marwan, Kab bin al-Ashraf…. Theo Van Gogh. Artists murdered to begin with at islam’s fraudulant prophet’s command. Later, at the command of the clerics of this faith., some for critical verse,and a refusal to commit, or submit, to islam.

    jihadi

    Oh, the clergy gurgle and croak
    their fraudulent paradise tales
    followed by Fire, then smoke

    Woe the torturous traitorous beast
    love ‘neath murderous mohammed’s cloak
    reason Fails, reason ever Ceased

    After Death, He screams, frets, and rails
    For the sake of God and Human, hellfire’s stoke
    Pray fighting, the pious ones’ dream fails

  17. anonymous says:

    It’s official…u r no longer relevant in the Egyptian blogosphere…this is what becomes of spending 2 much time abroad..be it in qatar, uae or usa…sigh

    Bloggers slug it out over the Hezbollah affair

    By Sarah Carr
    First Published: April 17, 2009
    AFP PHOTO/Ramzi HAIDAR
    Hezbollah’s Sheikh Hassan Nasrallah.

    CAIRO: The uncovering of a Hezbollah cell in Egypt last week has created a battlefront within the Egyptian blogging community’s pro and anti Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah camps.

    The Egyptian media’s outrage over the Lebanese group’s alleged transgression of Egyptian sovereignty is mirrored in the position adopted by blogger Wael Abbas, a particularly vocal critic of Nasrallah.

    Abbas addresses the leader directly on microblogging service Twitter: “To Hassan Nasrallah the pimp: you’re the last thing we bloody need. Keep to yourself and leave us alone, God damn you.”

    Abbas suggests that a demonstration be organized against Nasrallah. “Didn’t some m**f** hold a demonstration in front of the Egyptian embassy in Beirut because of the [Rafah] crossing? Why don’t we hold a demonstration against Hassan Nasrallah too — hasn’t Hezbollah become part of the government?”

    The blogger also casts scorn on Hezbollah supporters in the Arab region.

    “Shame on all those so-called intellectuals of our region who support f**** Hezbollah the fascists!!! Shame on you shame on you!!!” And in a separate Twitter posting, “Shame on any m**f** who supports Hezbollah’s interference in Egypt against the will of its own people! Why blame America then!”

    Meanwhile, Socialist blogger and activist Hossam El-Hamalawy responds with a series of Twitter messages which question why outrage at violations of Egyptian sovereignty is absent when carried out by Israel.

    “Those crying over Hezbollah’s ‘violation of Egyptian sovereignty’ are usually not heard when Israeli planes violate this ‘sovereignty’!” El-Hamalawy writes.

    “We only hear their ‘indignation’ when Hamas shoots Egyptian police officers who are nothing but criminals in uniform aiding Israel’s siege [of Gaza].

    “But we never hear this ‘indignation’ when Israel shoots Egyptian police officers.”

    Writing on his She2i2 blog, Jano Charbel declares his support for Nasrallah.

    “In Mubarak’s Egypt Hassan Nasrallah is being branded as a war criminal — for assisting in the resistance effort in Gaza; in fact it is the old dictator who is the real war criminal — for insisting upon the closure of the Rafah border crossing, and actively partaking in the Israeli siege against the 1.5 million residents of the Gaza Strip,” Charbel writes.

    Ishteraky Thawry (Revolutionary Socialist) writes, “I am glad to see that Mubarak is busy nowadays digging his own grave. When the revolution comes he will pay for his collaboration and his repression of the resistance. Does Mubarak’s regime really believe that anyone except the sycophants in the government press and in the NDP [National Democratic Party] will be fooled by their collaborationist actions [i.e. with the US] towards Hezbollah???”

    The E-Socialists blog writes that unconditional support for “the single remaining symbol of resistance” is crucial because “defeat of the resistance is undoubtedly a step backwards and in the interests of Israel and America.”

    This does not mean though, the blog post adds, that Hezbollah is “above criticism” or that Nasrallah should be “venerated or worshipped…because — without wanting to ignore the importance of the role played by individuals — liberation is in the end conditional on the will of the people.”

    Blogger Zeinobia wonders why Mubarak “suddenly remembered now that our borders are being violated by foreigners” pointing to the kidnapping of tourists by non-Egyptian nationals last year in the Western desert.

    “Was this not a terrible violation of our borders and our sovereignty? Why did Mubarak not speak about this?? Oh yes I know maybe because they are poor Africans who were not backed up by Iran!!” Zeinobia writes.

    “Or maybe [it's because] this is our southern borders which are not as important or explosive as our Eastern borders,” she continues.

    Pointing out that Israel “violated our skies several times…during the last war in Gaza” Zeinobia is clear about whether the blame should be placed for the presence of a Hezbollah cell in Egypt.

    “Do not blame Nasrallah, blame whoever made us a weak nation with no sovereignty”.

    Analyst The Arabist says that the imbroglio may simultaneously turn public opinion against Hezbollah, and highlight Egypt’s role in choking Hamas’ supply lines.

    “Although the brouhaha over this affair will probably have the intended effect of turning part of Egyptian public opinion against Hezbollah on nationalist grounds ― and I would certainly agree that any country should be concerned about arms smuggling and espionage operations taking place ― it is also highlighting Egypt’s stranglehold on Hamas supply lines (financial and military) which the likes of columnists Fahmy Howeidy, the Muslim Brothers’ General Guide Mahdi Akef and others are condemning,” the Arabist writes.

    “Nasrallah, in his unusual confession that Hezbollah does have operatives in Egypt, also reiterated the helping-Hamas-as-a-duty line that has some resonance here, and not just among Islamists.”

  18. Phew, back from Sharm again… What a circus! :D

    Seriously, that place is like one huge amusement park! Tons of tacky bars, shops selling crap, and bright lights everywhere!

    Still, the sun and coral reef was alright, so it’s all good… :)

  19. “Seriously, that place is like one huge amusement park! Tons of tacky bars, shops selling crap, and bright lights everywhere!

    Still, the sun and coral reef was alright, so it’s all good… ”

    Since when are tacky bars a bad thing :D ?

    I’m so envious, I spent Easter in Vancouver :(

  20. “Since when are tacky bars a bad thing”

    When a place calls itself “The Chill-Out Bar”, while playing a hyper dance version of Bryan Adams’ “Everything I Do” and being lit up by two electrical, pulsating palm trees… That’s bad! :D

    Hey, Vancouver would be an exotic destination for me…! ;)

  21. A few grievances about Sharm/Egypt:

    Tips: What the hell is it with this concept all around the world? I come from a practically tips-free society, and as such have great problems grasping the idea behind tipping – it seems to be expected, even when the task for which you give the tip is practically non-existant or mandatory. An example: In about half of all restaurants, tips are included in the price. Huh? Isn’t tipping your way of rewarding good service? And yet, you’re expected to pay a certain percentage no matter how bad the service might have been? Why not just do away with tipping all together and raise the price? Another example: We decided to climb Mount Sinai to see the sunrise in the morning. The egyptian government dictate that you HAVE to hire (as in pay) a local beduin guide to go with you to the top, even though you have a tour-guide already. The beduin does nothing but walk along with you, but at the end, he nevertheless expects to be tipped… WTF?!?

    Taxes: Why the heck are taxes not automatically included on the pricetag?!?! I’ve seen this in the US as well – shops have a pricetag, but at the counter, a certain percentage is added to the price. Why the heck not just include the damn sales tax automatically?!?! There’s no way around it anyhow, so why not advertize the correct price from the get-go?

    Pushy salespeople: I don’t get it… Do they actually think they get more customers by accosting people in the street, interrupting conversations, and grabbing on to your arm to stop you from ignoring them? One of my pet peeves are waiters outside restaurants, that insist on trying to get you inside immediately, even though you’re obviously trying to have a look at the menu they’ve posted outside. As a consequence, I nearly always walk straight by restaurants with waiters standing outside, no matter where in the world I am. In Sharm, taxi drivers take the cake. Even though you’ve shaken your head at the first two taxis that pass you by, honking their horns, the third will honk at you as well. What? Does he think that I’ve suddenly changed my mind? Does he think his cab looks so much better than the others? Do they think that we haven’t spotted them, even though there are 20 cabs within sight at any given moment? In Na’ama Bay, they try to shanghai you more than 300 meters from the taxi-parking area. “Special price for you!” I’m not kiddin’ – they actually still use that phrase! Haven’t they figured out that it’s a world-wide joke by now?!

    Oh well, it’s not all bad of course! The hotel staff were an exceptionally pleasant and friendly lot, and the shopkeepers in the omnipresent mini-markets were extremely service-minded! The waiters at the hotel beach bar were quick and effective and spoke english, italian, german, russian and even some scandinavian phrases!!! And best of all, they could differentiate between danes and norweigans – impressive! 8)

  22. LOL
    That is actually funny :D
    Never realised all of that nonsense went on..we have aggressive sales, but not in the restaurant business!
    And, maybe the Egyptian govt. is really making you hire a *spy* or
    a bodyguard or something…that is really very odd. Is that common?
    How do you get a job like that anyway?

    About the tipping..a friend took me to a very high-end salon once..I had no idea we had to tip more than one person..I mean, come on, for that price I should not have to pay someone else to give me an extra towel for my hair..they don’t need a special education for that. Hey! why not just make it easy and throw money around every time we go places.

    The thing that has been bugging me lately is: Why do people call Australia (is that what they are talking about?) OZ???! …For the *longest* time, I had absolutely no idea what people were talking about. I lived in Kansas, USA..so….. I think we’all aren’t on the same page with that terminology..
    way off..

  23. charlie 316 says:

    Claire -are you serious about the Oz thing? Most people out in the world affectionately refer to Australians as Aussies (pronounced Ozzies). Geddit?

    Give my regards to Dorothy.

  24. That is the stupidest thing I have ever heard. OZ, Aussie? On paper, that is not even close. Ozzie? Stupidness. They don’t spell it OZstralia?

    No, I am not serious. I deliberately try to encourage people to make fun of me..you flying witchmonkey

  25. We prounce s’s like s’s and not z’s.. strawbrain..

  26. Aussie Ausborne
    :D

  27. An example: In about half of all restaurants, tips are included in the price. Huh? Isn’t tipping your way of rewarding good service? And yet, you’re expected to pay a certain percentage no matter how bad the service might have been?

    That really pisses me off, because I’m not used to it and usually don’t notice so I leave a tip, in addition to the mandatory tip that I already got billed for :o

  28. Craig:

    Uh huh!

    Here’s an idea: Why not just pay the waiters etc. a proper wage for doing what is essentially their job? If, somehow, they really excel at it, THEN you can consider leaving something extra.

    Works in our neck of the woods…

  29. Spoiled prick rebelling from his parents by adopting idiotic political stances.

  30. Adam B.:

    Because the cost of the proper wage will probably be added to the price you pay. But that is still ok, because there won’t be a need for tips then, or tip calculators.

    I have been to restaurants where tipping is not expected (may be it was automatically added to the bill), but they always had feedback forms on the table. That’s was their way of telling who is good and who is not.

  31. Adam B.,

    Egypt and Egyptians will be honored if you don’t visit us again. Get a life!

  32. Lately many restaurants here in Canada have started adopting this mandatory tipping for large parties of 10 or more. Apparently 10 grown up adults aren’t usually capable of enough math to fairly compensate/reward their servers.

    Egypt has always added gratuities to the bill and the waiters have lways expected you to tip in addition to that. Not quite sure why, but then everyone expects tips for just standing around and saying good morning to you.

    Personally I don’t mind tipping handsomely providing I get treated well. Whether its at a restaurant, valet parking, bell captains or just the guy that brings the towels at the spas. Its a good way to help those less fortunate than yourself and it makes them do whatever you want them to do with a smile on their faces as they bend over backwards to accomodate you.

  33. Personally I prefer reasonable wages for everyone, rather than some arbitrary tipping-system, even if it means the official prices will go up.

    You might also consider fewer absurd positions, like that guy on a rickety chair in the airport, who checks your passport for the third time, and 4 meters from the guy who stamps it no less…!?!?! :D

    Cheers to you too, Tourette! Don’t you EVER feel a need to contribute something useful to these discussions? :) I’m afraid I won’t be able to grant you your wish, since I have yet to see the cultural part of Egypt, which I expect will be much more to my liking – not to say that I disliked my week in the Sharm sun; I just become exasperated when I encounter ridiculous customs and practices in foreign countries, whether it be pushy egyptian salespeople, US sales tax not included on the pricetag, or thai taxidrivers refusing to pick you up because you insist on them using the mandatory meters installed in their vehicles…

  34. Adam B.,

    You are an ignorant tourist and I don’t usually waste my time on bashers like you who come here to post nothing but negative observations. If you don’t like Egypt just don’t go there again and spare us the useless rants of yours.

  35. Twosret,
    I’ll have to disagree with you now regarding Adam, tourists are totally entitled to their opinions. But don’t get me wrong, I don’t have any doubt that he’s a total racist tool, but we can’t screen tourists for racism or bigotry, because it doesn’t matter what their opinions are as long as when they’re in Egypt they behave zay el gazma, so no harm’s done :)

  36. Tourette, I have no doubt that you’re ignorant… period. ;)

    Mohamed, I have no doubt that you’re a preconceived ignoramous, but you too are entitled to your opinion, as long as you don’t try to force your ignorance unto others… :)

    As for Egypt, I’m sure it’s got plenty of good sides. I’m equally sure that most of them are to be found outside Sharm El Sheikh, at least on the cultural level. I’d love to see Alexandria and Cairo. I’d love to take a trip down the nile and visit some of the WW2 sites in the north. I’m sure I’d miss some of the westernized standards accepted in Sharm, but I’m guessing it’ll be worth it.

    Of course Two and Mo won’t understand this – they’re allergic to objective criticism, at least when they feel it’s directed at them…

  37. Personally I prefer reasonable wages for everyone, rather than some arbitrary tipping-system, even if it means the official prices will go up.

    I generally agree. People shouldn’t do a good job so that they will get a tip, they should do a good job so they don’t get fired. Sales people don’t get tips, and yet they usually work pretty hard at making the customer happy. Same with customer service reps.

    But then we get to the whole “fair wage” thing. A waiter makes substantially more than a laborer, here in the US. And doesn’t work nearly as hard. And has a much better work environment. So, who isn’t getting the fair wage? The ditch digger, or the waiter?

    …US sales tax not included on the pricetag…

    That is kinda weird, I guess. Sales tax is a local tax though. The money goes directly to the local government – city, state and county divy it up. Federal taxes are included in the price. Maybe there was a reason why they wanted to make the local taxes conspicuous? Dunno. I never really thought about it until you mentioned it. I kinda wish they’d have a breakdown of taxes and actual price, along with the total, on price tags. I think it would be useful for people to see exactly how much of their money is being siphoned off by the government whenever they buy something.

  38. …bashers like you who come here to post nothing but negative observations.

    As opposed to all the kindly and positive commentary that Twosret contributes on this blog :D

    If you don’t like Egypt just don’t go there again and spare us the useless rants of yours.

    Something tells me you’d be extremely offended if I made the same observation about you, and the United States. Do you think Americans are morally obliged to put up with your foul-mouthed hatemongering against their country, just because you chose to live here out of pure greed even though you hate America and Americans?

  39. Adam I’ve copyrighted Turette, so please add honourable mention to my royal hughness when you use it! lol While you’re at it can you explain to me what a “fair wage” is in the semi communist Scandinivian country you come from 8-)

    Mohammad: How does Adam’s critique of Egypt as a tourist spot make him racist or bigoted? Opinions are like assholes everyone has one ! Personally the only place I realy enjoy myself in Egypt is Sharm because its nothing like the filthy congested shithole that the rest of Egypt is. I love the tacky bars, cheesy casinos, great diving spots, free flowing booze in gas stations and corner stores and the abundance of slutty Eastern European women.

  40. ” I love the tacky bars, cheesy casinos, great diving spots, free flowing booze in gas stations and corner stores and the abundance of slutty Eastern European women.”

    We have so much in common Carpet! We should go out sometime!! LOL

  41. ” I’d love to take a trip down the nile and visit some of the WW2 sites in the north.”

    I’m there with you Adam!

  42. Yes Mohamed but knowing Adam B. Quiet well on this blog and the garbage he posts I know he is not being constructive

  43. CC,

    I agree I am ur Turette lol (thank God I am not Eastern European) lol. There is history of Adam B. On this blog hating Egyptians that’s why.

    Teddy,

    U r in trouble! :-) and please don’t follow CC to Egypt u have no idea :-)

  44. Tourette, just for the hell of it, why don’t you link to a post where I hate on egyptians… I mean, just to kinda support your accusation. :)

    Cudos to CC for the moniker, and a very fitting one it is…! ;)

    “…slutty Eastern European women”

    You mean those pale, fat chicks with tatooes all over, mullets in some nasty shade of red, and missing front teeth? Ew…! :P

    I agree with the (relatively) free flowing booze and great diving spots though! 8)

  45. Tedders you name the town :D Continental has direct daily flights from IAH to Rio. Turette can vouch for what a good time you’d have.

    Turette: I’m equal opportunity, i like em all specially a yummy Egyptian ;d

    “You mean those pale, fat chicks with tatooes all over, mullets in some nasty shade of red, and missing front teeth? Ew…! ”

    Adam are you sure you’re not referring to English chicks? lol Eastern European chicks are incredibly attractive, in shape, make the ultimate gold digger and speak no other languages. They rock!

  46. ” Eastern European chicks are incredibly attractive, in shape, make the ultimate gold digger and speak no other languages. They rock!”

    Dang, I find this out after I’m happily married!! Darned all the bad luck!!! ; D

  47. http://www.waytorussia.net/Features/RussianPeople/2006Oct1/Alena.jpg

    Yum!

    http://image48.webshots.com/48/3/71/90/346437190cRftis_ph.jpg

    Yuck!

    Unfortunately, the latter is by far the most prevalent representative of old mother Russia at various tourist destinations across the world… :(

  48. #37:
    [quote]…US sales tax not included on the pricetag…

    That is kinda weird, I guess. Sales tax is a local tax though. The money goes directly to the local government – city, state and county divy it up. Federal taxes are included in the price. Maybe there was a reason why they wanted to make the local taxes conspicuous? Dunno. I never really thought about it until you mentioned it. I kinda wish they’d have a breakdown of taxes and actual price, along with the total, on price tags. I think it would be useful for people to see exactly how much of their money is being siphoned off by the government whenever they buy something.
    [/quote]

    I wish it was that simple. The issue is complexity. There are communities where there are three levels of government all imposing different sales-tax rates. What that does is it makes it impossible for chains etc. to create a generic campaign with commercials that state an exact price – UNLESS they quote the price exclusive sales tax. People buying things in two neighboring cities will pay different amounts because of the local control. Btw. there’s no federal sales tax – at least not yet. The even crazier thing about sales-tax in the US is when you shop online. Some states do not require the online merchant to charge for sales-tax – you as a citizen of that state are supposed to save up all your online bills, report the sale amount and calculate the sales-tax you owe the state – and then pay with your yearly tax bill. Yeah – LOTS of people do that (hehe).

    Some people want the income tax system in the US replaced with a pure sales-tax based system. Their argument about this “fair tax” as they label is, that it hits everyone the same and you’re only taxed on what you spend – not what you earn and save. The problem is, that it’s anything but fair; for those barely earning enough for a living they’ll still be taxed on every dollar they earn – while those who earn more than they spend, aren’t taxed as much – percentage and relative amounts. So it would create a system held up by those who has the least to spare. Besides, sales tax is a bitch to administrate compared to income tax. In particular for the commercial vendors who has to account for it to the government.

    A side comment to earlier in this thread – restaurants usually only “require” tips calculated when they serve large groups. I’ve yet to see anyone pre-calculate a 20% tip on a dinner for me and the wife. But when the whole family goes out, it’s very common that they do that (it’s announced and advertised that they do it). I guess if you did have a problem with the service you could get it off the bill – if my waiter can be a bitch, so can I ;)

  49. Bitman, thanks for the detailed info – very enlightening! I still think it’s a stupid, overly complicated system, even more so after your explanation! :D

    The tip-comment was specific for Egypt/Sharm, where they include tip on ALL prices in certain restaurants, bars and cafés… Come to think of it, I think I encountered the same thing various places in Thailand.

  50. “Dang, I find this out after I’m happily married!! !!! ; D”

    Isn’t happily married an oxymoron :D ?

    Sounds like its your starter wife Tedders….hahahah a move to either Utah or the Middle East can open up your options for you. Opposite sides of the world yet they think you need more than one woman to make you miserable! lol

  51. “Isn’t happily married an oxymoron ?”

    Not for this moron Captain! I was 36 when I finally settled down, I hung on to 16 for twenty years. I dated models, beauty queens, the top 2% in looks. What I found out was, looks are temporary but stupid is forever! (I know, that’s all some want, That’s all I wanted for a long time). I didn’t plan it this way (although I think she did!) but I finally found one that was smarter than me. It was hard to admit for a while but after nearly 14 years I can freely admit it. All the uber good lookin’ chicks are uber flawed, deeply flawed. I’ve got a normal one, she’s got two degrees and is working on her masters, has a full time career and loves me. She’s the best mother I could hope for our two boys and I can trust her completely. She’s someone I’m never embarrassed or ashamed to be associated with. Are you familiar with the comedian Ron White? He says it rather succiently.

    http://video.google.com/videosearch?hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&hs=361&num=100&ei=pEn6ScfXKovGM4Pb8MsE&resnum=0&q=comedian%20ron%20white%20you%20can%27t%20fix%20stupid%20tits%20woman&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wv#hl=en&emb=0&q=ron+white+you+can+fix+stupid&start=2

    Don’t marry for looks, go for someone with an intellect you won’t be bored with.

  52. Whoops, try this link (for mature audiences only!)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0gxKStPXyn8

  53. Big fan of Ron White, I’ve seen him live twice and yes you can’t fix stupid….trust me i know. Two girlfriends ago she was so hot that she actually got away with wanting a boob job before she has kids incase she had girls. You see my cute lil Einstein wanted to make sure her daughter would have a nice pair and apparently the way to do that was getting a boob job before getting knocked up!

    I’m hitting 36 this month so who knows there actually may be hope yet. Until then its hockey playoffs and bimbos! lol

  54. ” its hockey playoffs and bimbos!”

    Hehe, you do what you have to do! It’s a dirty job but someone has to do it!! ; D

  55. Jeez, I got married at 30 and thought I started late! I think I was about 36 when i realized it wasn’t working :o

    I do agree about not marrying for looks, though. My ex was the first woman I ever dated who could carry on an intelligent conversation about anything at all, really, and I ended up marrying her. Stupid women are pretty boring, outside of the bedroom. No matter how good they look.

  56. Cameron says:

    Old man mohammed

    Old man mohammed, was one sick sick fuck
    he’d do a spring goat, and fucking gloat
    give him a boat, and he’d rape a duck

    he called himself a prophet of God
    Satan’s true man, over a such horrid span
    bet he liked in the can, this prophet of fraud

    he did love his horse, and left the beast alone
    his people pay a heavy toll, eyes black with kohl
    In the kaaba drill a hole, so mohammed could fuck the stone

  57. oh no have you left for miami 4ever?

  58. http://www.theonion.com/content/video/autoworkers_compete_to_keep_jobs

    “The only differences is the bosses make us follow the OSHA rules”
    LOL

  59. OK so here’s one for the books! Classic case of the Egypt heading in the diretiction of Scum Bag Saudi Arabia. Apparently the only part of the world that pigs are an issue is Egypt. You See the “Brotherhod” decided that those filthy animals all deserve to be put down. Regardless of a WHO report that said that the loose terminology didnt apply to pigs Egypt was the only country that jumped on the mass destrution of pigs.

    Pigs are generaly raised by the lowest commoon denominator of Copts. Feedback from douchebags is welcome!

    I’m disgusted that the Pope hasnt grown a pair to repsond to his but then thats asking for a clear Cairo Sky ! It ain’t gonna happen!

    pfuckingthetic!