Friday, September 30, 2011

Jay Mariotti is a Faggot

So long Ozzie. I'm going too miss you. After all, you brought us a World Series Championship. Not too mention, how much I love your broken English.

But, it has been six years of mediocraty. If we were too let this continue, we would be no different than Cubs fans. So, good luck with the Marlins, and thank you for everything....................


         White Sox Fan

Johnny O'Bloggin's Funny Ass Friday

A little boy is sitting next to his grandpa on the porch. The grandpa reaches into the cooler and grabs a beer. The boy says, "Grandpa, can I try some of that beer?". The old man asks,"Can your dick touch your asshole?". The little boy replies "No". The old man says, "Then you're too young too drink a beer."

A few minutes later, the old man lights a cigar. The boy asks, "Grandpa, can I try that cigar?". Again, the old man asks, "Can your dick touch your asshole?". Again, the boy replies "No". The old man says, "Then you're too young too smoke a cigar."

Agrily, the boy stomps off, through the front door. A few minutes later, he comes back out, with a plate of cookies. He sits next too his Grandpa. The old man turns too the boy and asks, "Hey boy, can I have one of those cookies?" The little boy asks, "Can your dick touch your asshole?". The old man replies, "You bet your ass it can.". The little boy says, "Good, go fuck yourself, Grandma made these for me!"

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Chicagoland politics at it's best

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Deborah Sims | Sun-Times Media

Updated: September 22, 2011 3:26PM

The list of Cook County commissioners refusing to take 10 days off without pay before the year’s out, part of a countywide plan to close a huge budget hole, is growing.
Commissioners Joan Patricia Murphy (D-Crestwood) and Deborah Sims (D-Chicago) said Wednesday they never intended to abide by a budget deal that called on most of the 23,000 county employees to take five unpaid days off in addition to five government shut-down days this year.
Commissioners William Beavers and Earlean Collins, both Chicago Democrats, have also said they’re not taking the time off without pay either, calling the furlough and shut-down days illegal pay cuts.
“It’s against the law to do it,” Murphy said. “And they’ve cut so much out of our budgets — they’ve cut travel — and we (commissioners) haven’t had a raise since 2002.”
The commissioners referred to the Illinois Constitution, which doesn’t allow for an increase or decrease in pay during the term of an elected government official. But that provision doesn’t prevent commissioners, who earn $85,000 annually, from voluntarily giving up some of their pay.
All five commissioners sent letters to the county comptroller, asking for reimbursement for money taken from their paychecks, according to documents obtained by the Chicago Sun-Times.
“I am requesting any and all monies deducted from my salary due to furlough or shut-down days be reimbursed to me at your earliest convenience,” Murphy wrote in a July 27 memo to the comptroller’s office.
Sims said she voiced concern over the 10 days off without pay but voted for the budget package that contained it, knowing full well she wouldn’t take the pay cut.
“I said I disagreed with the furlough days,” Sims told reporters on Wednesday. “It destroys the morale of the people.”
Commissioner Robert Steele (D-Chicago) said he will take seven days without pay but has asked the county pay him for the three other days as a “personal protest” and will give that money to a “private organization.”
The furlough days have “not been working very well for us in this year,” Steele said, adding that many county employees haven’t taken the days off and don’t plan to.
County officials said in February that the savings from the 10 unpaid days would add up to about $38 million. But this week, county board President Toni Preckwinkle’s chief of staff said the savings would be closer to $29 million.
The 10 days without pay for the 17 commissioners represents a minuscule amount of the savings needed to close a $487 million hole in county government’s $3 billion operation — money that pays for the county court system, sheriff’s police, the county jail and the health care system

These ASSHOLES came up with the whole furlough days idea a year ago, too help balance the budget. So what do four black people do when they change their mind? Get the crazy old cracker to send the comptroller a letter.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

The cure for the common everything

Work has been rough on the body lateley. My back is f##king killing me.
People I know are dying left and right.
Political debates
Money worries

But for 3.5 hours tonight, I forgot about all of it. I took my daughter to her first big league baseball game tonight. I will never forget this night. Her first trip too Comiskey Park (U.S. Cellular to all you non-Chicagoans). The look on her face when we stepped off of the concoarse, and into the park, almost brought a tear to my eye. The excitement, the smile, the innocense, was all unforgettable.

The only thing that would have made it better was if my wife was their with us. But all in all, I forgot about everything, except for the excitement and happiness, that those 3.5 hours brought me.

By the way, Sox won, 6-3.........Oh, and you can now count one more too the legions of White Sox fans

Johnny O'Bloggins Funny Ass Friday (Belated yet again)

Israel is manufacturing a new automobile......................................It stops on a dime.........................Then picks it up.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Get in your suggestions

Beat-Off of the month of September will be ending soon. Send me your ideas, even you Mud....They don't have too be political

BROWN PRIDE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! WHAT THE FUCK

November 12th will be a wonderful day.  The UFC is going mainstream. The event will be broadcast on Fox...... Mixed Martial Arts is finally going mainstream. The main event is a Heavyweight Championship fight between Cain Velasquez (Champion), and Junior Dos Santos (Challenger).

If you are not familiar with MMA, or Cain Velasquez, He is the big Mexican with Brown Pride tattoed across his collarbone. According to commentators and UFC front office, Mr. Velasquez is proud of his Mexican Heritage.

Really?  So here's my question. Why does that tattoo show pride, but a White Pride tattoo shows ignorance and racial intolerance? How come a tatt...............................................................

Don't bother answering. I have an appointment the first week of October to continue my back piece. Instead, I'll be coming home with a new tattoo. WHITE PRIDE, big block letters, right across my mid-section.

Saturday, September 17, 2011


I get made fun of alot for the music I listen too. Especially by my own wife and friends. But I can't help it. I love the speed, the throbbing bass, the energy that metal brings to the table, and last light was no exception.......

I haven't seen Phil Anselmo since '94. I was eighteen years old. Phil was the lead singer of Pantera back then. When I saw Phil last night he looked exactly the same, even though he is in his forties now. Same shaved head, new tattoos, same raw aggressive energy. Made me feel like I was 18 again.

So, here's a (non-political) question for you guys. What brand of music do you like? Who are some of your favorite bands?

Johnny O'Bloggin's (belated) Funny Ass Friday

My apologies too anyone who may have been looking forward to a new joke. I went to the Down cocert last night and got in quite late. This old man can still get in the "pit" and deliver some punishment. But my back is SCREAMIN' today..................

An old Chinese couple is making love. The man looks at his wife and says, "You wanna 69 baby?" The wife says, "You want beef and broccoli NOW?"

Monday, September 12, 2011

But it's not Friday yet!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's only Monday, but after a day of tears and heartache, I need a good laugh. So, this one is for my new blogosphere buddies. Most seem to be former Marines, or served in some other branch of service. But they are the only ones, besides for my wife who seem too share my heartache. This is to all of you, from me, with warmest regards...............................................................

An officer in the U.S. Naval reserve was attending a conference that included Admirals from both U.S. Navy, and French Navy. At a cocktail reception he found himself in a small group that included personnel from both navies.

The French Admiral started complaining that whereas Europeans learned many languages, Americans learned only English. He then asked, "Why is it that we have to speak English at these conferences, rather than you speak French?"

The American Admiral replied, "Maybe it's because the Brits, Canadiens, and Americans arranged it so that you would not have to speak German."


Sunday, September 11, 2011

Da Bears

That's right ney sayers. Our beloved defending NFC North champs made the high power offense of Atlanta look silly. I called it a few weeks ago. If the Bears are 2-1 after their first 3 games, play-offs baby.............

Saturday, September 10, 2011

What is a 6'-260 LBS. white man with tattoos from head to toe going to do?

In 90 Minutes, the clock will strike 12:00. It will be September 11, 2011. Ten years has passed since that horrific date. I have known for a week that I was going too post something about this anniversary. I'm sure most of you will.

I've thought about it alot. I could post about the prejudice that many U.S. citizens have towards Muslims. (You know it's true, I'm as guilty as anyone)

I could post about the brave men and women that died running into a building, that so many people were running out of.

I could post about how presidential, George Bush was in his initial reaction.

I guess I could post how singers, songwriters, and movie makers who made a profit off of this countries greatest loss, is nothing but a piece of shit.

I'm sure I could get into the Patriot Act, and my civil liberties.

Maybe, I can do a piece about personal hell. Especially the hell that a man must be facing, when he decides to jump from a window 90 stories high, instead of burning alive.

I could sit and argue with Liberals, or Conservatives about poignant topics, in regards to 09-11-01.

So, what exactly does a 6'-260 LBS. white man with tattoos and a stupid blog do?

This one will just hit enter. Shut off my computer................................................And cry......

Friday, September 9, 2011

Johnny O'Bloggin's Funny Ass Friday

A burglar breaks into a house he's been casing for a few weeks. He creeps straight to the Master Bedroom which contains a brand new flat screen T.V. After disconnecting everything, he picks up the television and heads down the hallway.

All of the sudden he hears, "Jesus is watching". He stops, looks around, and sees nothing. He continues down the hallway, and again hears, "Jesus is watching". The burglar freezes and lowers the T.V. He can't see any movement and doesn't hear anything. So he continues down the hall. After a step or two he hears, "Jesus is watching". He sees a light switch on the wall and flips it on. All he sees is a parrot in the corner of the Livingroom.

The burglar asks the parrot, "Was that you?". "Yes", the parrot replied. The burglar sits on the arm of a couch, breathing a sigh of relief. "You scared the shit out of me.", says the man. "Sorry.", says the parrot. "So, what's your name little guy?", asks the burglar. "Killer.", says the parrot. "What kind of an asshole would name a parrot Killer?", asks the burglar. "The same asshole that named his Rottweiler Jesus.", says the parrot.

Wednesday, September 7, 2011

So much for putting up a fence to prevent Narco Terrorists retards

The amount of cocaine moving through the Western Hemisphere Transit Zone (WHTZ) in 2007 increased from 1,022 metric tons in CY 2006 to 1,421 metric tons in CY 2007. Removals of cocaine loads in transit by interdiction forces increased from 256 metric tons to an all-time record high of 316 metric tons. Despite this notable increase, the removal rate, i.e., removals as a percentage of total movement, remains in the low twenty percent range. This is well below the national target of 40 percent, suggesting that there remains much room for continued improvement. Sixty-eight percent of the cocaine moving through the transit zone transited the Eastern Pacific in 2007; twenty-one percent passed through the Western Caribbean; ten percent was smuggled through the Central Caribbean and less than one percent was shipped directly to the United States.

Most drugs departing Colombia go by sea — either “go-fast” boats, fishing vessels, commercial shipping, or the relatively new method of Self-Propelled Semi-Submersible watercraft (SPSS). Typically, in the eastern Pacific, fishing vessels carrying multi-ton loads of cocaine depart Colombian and Ecuadorian Pacific coast ports for delivery points along the Central American or Mexican coast. In the Caribbean, high-speed “go-fast” vessels, hauling as much as two metric tons of cocaine at a time, leave Colombia ‘s north coast for delivery points in the eastern Caribbean, or hug the Central American coastline in their track north to points along the Central American and Mexican coastlines. A fishing vessel operation can last up to six weeks, while go-fast operations run normally one or two days. The number of go-fast boats involved in smuggling has increased substantially in the past few years. Such craft are small, very fast, nearly invisible to radar, and difficult to see in daylight. To counter the go-fast threat, the Coast Guard has acquired new equipment and developed capabilities to use armed helicopters, over-the-horizon cutter boats, and non-lethal vessel-stopping technologies.

The seizure in 2000 of a partially constructed, 100-foot submarine outside the city of Bogota reflected the versatility and financial resources of Colombian drug traffickers. Had it been completed, this submarine would have been capable of transporting up to ten metric tons of cocaine to the United States, about five percent of annual US demand, while remaining at snorkel depth the entire trip. With an estimated total cost of 20 million dollars, this demonstrated trafficker resources and ingenuity. Colombian cocaine trafficking groups generate billions of dollars in revenues each year, resources that increasingly have been used to purchase the best talent and technology available on the world market. While smaller semi-submersible vessels had been seized in the past, as of 2000 drug law enforcement officials did not believe that “drug submarines” are likely to become a significant threat or a common mode used to transport drugs.

But tn recent years, drug trafficking organizations started using Self-Propelled Semi-Submersible watercraft (SPSSs) to transport large amounts of cocaine from Colombia to Central America, Mexico, and ultimately the United States. SPSSs are similar to submarines in that they can operate with a significant portion of their hull below the waterline, which makes them hard to detect. A submersible vessel is a vessel that is capable of operating below the surface of the water, and includes manned and unmanned watercraft. A semi-submersible vessel is any watercraft constructed or adapted to be capable of putting much of its bulk under the surface of the water. SPSS vessels are made of fiberglass, typically are less than 100 feet in length, and can carry up to five passengers and over 13 tons. They travel at speeds of up to 12 knots (14 miles per hour); they can travel from the north coast of South America to the southeastern U.S. without refueling.

SPSS vessels represent an increasingly significant threat to safety and security. Carefully ballasted and well camouflaged, they ride so low in the water that they are nearly impossible to detect visually or by radar at any range greater than 3,000 yards. The vessels, which look like a cross between a submarine and a cigarette boat, can be both manned and operated remotely, and can transport multi-ton loads of cocaine and other illicit cargo to the US. The production quality and operational capabilities of these vessels steadily improved, allowing traffickers to move more product with greater stealth. The distances these vessels can travel without support are allowing traffickers greater flexibility when planning po­tential drop locations.

US Coast Guard, Navy and Customs and Border Protection crews interdicted and boarded a self-propelled, semi-submersible vessel loaded with an estimated $352 million of cocaine on Sunday, Aug. 19, 2007. The vessel was spotted by a US Customs and Border patrol aircraft on routine patrol in the area. A joint U.S. Navy-US Coast Guard crew from the USS DeWert rescued four suspected drug smugglers and retrieved 11 bales of cocaine that bobbed to the surface.

After just 23 total SPSS events between 2000 and 2007, drug trafficking organizations conducted at least 45 SPSS transits during the first six months of FY 2008. SPSS account for 32% of all maritime cocaine flow in the transit zone. In 2007 a “ship building” site was discovered in the Colombian jungle where five semi-submersibles were under construction – each with a capacity to bring several tons of cocaine into the United States. The Coast Guard seized more than 350,000 pounds of cocaine at sea in 2007, worth an estimated street value of more than 4.7 billion dollars.

The Coast Guard estimates that SPSS encounters had skyrocketed in recent years. Between 2001 and 2007, 23 identified SPSS drug smuggling events occurred. But between just October 1, 2007 and February 1, 2008, a reported 27 SPSS events resulted in an estimated 111 tons of cocaine being delivered. The Coast Guard predicts 85 SPSS events in fiscal year 2008 will carry 340 tons of cocaine.

Success against this emerging threat required a multi-faceted approach, including: international cooperation and coordination; a persistent patrol presence in the transit zone; active intelligence gathering and sharing; and effective legislation to facilitate prosecution. The Mexican Navy’s interdiction notwithstanding, the overwhelming majority of SPSS interdictions result in the successful scuttling of the vessel with its entombed cargo of cocaine. When the vessel operators realize they have been spotted by law enforcement, they can open a valve and scuttle the SPSSs by quickly flooding the watercraft. As a result, the SPSSs and any drugs on board quickly sink to an unrecoverable depth. The 3 to 4 man crew then jumps overboard. Since no narcotics are recovered, they avoid prosecution and law enforcement can only rescue them and return them to land. Absent contraband evidence, there were few practical options under U.S. law to pursue prosecution. The U.S. and its partners have the ability to aggressively pursue and interdict SPSS vessels, but it was the legislative piece that was missing.

The Bush Administration strongly supported legislation to make the operation of or embarkation in a stateless self-propelled semi-submersible (SPSS) vessel on international voyages a felony. In June 2008, legislation was introduced in both the House and the Senate that would enable U.S. prosecutions of SPSS smugglers and crew members even if they successfully scuttle the vessel and all drug evidence is destroyed. Similar legislation was included in the Coast Guard Authorization Act of 2008. Each of these measures enjoyed strong bipartisan support.

H.R. 6295 prohibits the intentional operation of a submersible or semi-submersible water vessel that is without identifiable nationality and is navigating into, through, or from waters in an adjacent country’s territorial seas. According to the bill, a vessel’s identity can be claimed with documents carried on board the vessel, verbal identification, or by flying a country’s flag or ensign. The bill makes such an act, or conspiring to commit such an act, punishable by no more than 20 years of imprisonment. This legislation was introduced by Representative Daniel Lungren (R-CA) on June 18, 2008. The bill was referred to the House Committee on the Judiciary, but was never considered. H.R. 6295 was passed on the floor of the House on July 29, 2008.

On July 29, 2008 U.S. Senator Joseph R. Biden, Jr. (D-DE), Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs and the Senate Caucus on International Narcotics Control, introduced the Drug Trafficking Interdiction Assistance Act of 2008 (S.3351), legislation designed to help disrupt drug trafficking by criminalizing the use of unregistered, un-flagged submersible or semi-submersible vessels in international waters whose operators intend to evade detection. Sens. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) joined Sen. Biden in introducing this bill, which would give authorities a new tool to go after the drug lords who have been using this technology to avoid prosecution.

“Drug lords are finding new ways to traffic drugs every day – and we have to keep a step ahead of them. We’ve learned that drug dealers are using submarine-like watercraft to traffic drugs under water – more easily evading detection and delivering drugs up to 3,500 miles away,” said Sen. Biden, a leader in tackling emerging drug threats. “If drug smugglers can pack tons of illegal drugs into these stealthy vessels, it’s pretty clear that terrorists could carry weapons of mass destruction or other threats into our country this way. This bill will help shut down this new mode of trafficking.”

The US Coast Guard, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security, Office of National Drug Control Policy strongly support criminalizing this conduct. The Drug Trafficking Interdiction Assistance Act of 2008 built on the work of Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ), and Sen. Biden pledged to continue to work with Sen. Lautenberg to get these measures enacted. Sen. Biden’s bill specifically:
•Makes it a felony for those who knowingly or intentionally operate or embark in an SPSS that is without nationality and that is or has navigated in international waters, with the intent to evade detection;
•Protects researchers, explorers, or others who may legitimately be operating an SPSS for a lawful purpose by adding a robust affirmative defense for such conduct; and
•Directs the U.S. Sentencing Commission to establish sentencing guidelines to provide for appropriate penalties for persons convicted of this offense, including taking into account aggravating and mitigating factors associated with the offense.

These Biden provisions were added to the House version of this bill (H.R. 6295), which passed the House of Representatives on July 29, 2008.

Semi-submersible, low-profile vessels transport drugs for profit, and they do so effectively. It does not take a great leap to imagine what danger awaits us if drug traffickers choose to link trafficking routes and methods with another — perhaps even more profitable — payload. In simple terms, if drug cartels can ship up to ten tons of cocaine in a semi-submersible, they can clearly ship or “rent space” to a terrorist organization for a weapon of mass destruction or a high-profile terrorist.

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Monday, September 5, 2011

Happy Labor Day

I would just like to take the time to wish all you working men/women a happy Labor Day. Not to forget all you retired folks......Even you Charley, you old prick.

Welcome home soldier..............................

“It’s a good day when the cops take you to the bar.”

Those were 23-year-old Marine Sgt. Merrill Healy’s first words as he arrived at a crowded surprise homecoming party at the Blarney Stone Pub in Oak Forest. Healy arrived back in town Friday after a seven-month deployment in Afghanistan and was escorted to the pub by a patriot guard motorcycle procession. Roughly 100 people showed up at the party.

“This is insanely awesome,” Healy said. “But when you get time, stop and think of what’s going on (overseas) and of all those who are not coming home and their families.”

Healy said it still hasn’t hit him that he’s home. “I’ve been so busy since I got back Friday,” Healy said.

Healy’s father, Merrill Healy Sr., of Plainfield, said words can’t express how proud he is of his son.

“There’s no limit to my love for him,” Healy Sr. said. “He fought, he did his job. He’s a blessing for this whole family.”

Healy’s mother, Barb Huiner, of Oak Forest, said her fearful nights are over.

“I was very scared at first,” Huiner said. “It was very emotional, but he had a satellite phone over there, I was able to talk to him quite often. I’m just so overwhelmed right now. He’s been gone since January.”

Sgt. Healy’s friend, Army Sgt. Chris Zeitz, 29, of Massachusetts, flew in for Healy’s homecoming, and said the two of them took an Arabic class together.

“I’m very proud of what he did,” Zeitz said. “I had a similar job to his, so I know how challenging it is.”

That job Zeitz is referring to is a linguistic analyst. Healy was a member of the Radio Battalion and would identify enemy activity. Healy was well trained in Arabic and Pashto (Afghanistan) languages.

“I love what I do,” Healy said. “But everyone needs to think about all the guys who aren’t coming back. I’m not deserving of this (recognition).”

Healy is a 2005 graduate of Oak Forest High School. He attended Moraine Valley Community College and began apprenticing as a carpenter before enlisting in the Marines in November 2006. Healy said he recently re-enlisted for another five years and will return to Camp LeJeune in North Carolina in two weeks.

Friday, September 2, 2011

Johnny O'Bloggin's Funny Ass Friday (Part 2)

This is the post I sent to ALZ that wasn't published...Hey TGP, maybe it's in his spam. You'll soon read why........................................

Jesse Jackson is visiting a primary school, and walks into one of the classrooms. The kids are in the middle of a discussion involving words and their meanings. The teacher asks Reverend Jackson if he would like to lead the discussion on the word "Tragedy". So, Jackson asks the class for an example of a "Tragedy"......

One little boy stands up and says, "If my best friend, who lives on a farm, is playing in a field and a runaway tractor comes along and runs him over, that would be a tragedy."

"NO." Says Jackson, "That would be an accident."

A little girl raises her hand, "If a school bus carrying 50 school children, drove over a cliff, that would be a tragedy."

"I'm afraid not," explains Jackson. "That's what we would call a great loss"

"Is their anyone here who can give me an example of a tragedy?" asks Rev. Jackson.

Finally a little boy stands up and says, "If a jet carrying Reverend Jackson, is blown up by a missile, that would be a tragedy."

"Fantastic!" exclaims Jackson. "That's right. And can you tell me why that would be a tragedy?"

"Well," says the boy. "Because it most likely wouldn't be an accident, and it certainly wouldn't be a great loss."

Johnny O'Bloggin's Funny Ass Friday

A Frenchman, an Englishman, an American, and a Mexican are stranded at sea in a one man inflatable raft. Three of them must jump overboard to certain death so one can survive.

So the Frenchman stands up and says "Viva la France". Jumps overboard, and drowns.

The Englishman stands up and says "Long live the Queen". Jumps overboard, and drowns.

The American stands up and says "Remember the Alamo"....And pushes the Mexican over.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

Beat-Off of the month of September

I will be taking suggestions all month. Get 'em flowin......................