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You will shoot your eye out!

OK who has not heard those words before? Did you own a BB as a kid still got both your eyes?

What about doing something your friends did like jump off a bridge did you jump too?

What else were you told that was BS. Besides BS like don't do drugs while they had a drink in one had and cig in the other

I had a BB gun and still have both eyes, yes I jumped off a 75' high bridge with my friends and we all lived and the biggie of all biggies I was in a accident wearing dirty underwear and you know what the Doctors did not care!

Posted by YeahSureRight | Fri Jul 5, 2013, 06:57 AM (6 replies)

So why is driving fast while on drugs getting your wing-wang squeezed and not spilling your drink

frowned upon by society today?

For many of us this was Friday or Sat night back in the day!

Yeah PJ is a tool today but back in the day he was very funny!

How to Drive Fast on Drugs While Getting Your Wing-Wang Squeezed and Not Spill Your Drink

When it comes to taking chances, some people like to play poker or shoot dice; other people prefer to parachute-jump, go rhino hunting, or climb ice floes, while still others engage in crime or marriage. But I like to get drunk and drive like a fool. Name me, if you can, a better feeling than the one you get when you're half a bottle of Chivas in the bag with a gram of coke up your nose and a teenage lovely pulling off her tube top in the next seat over while you're going a hundred miles an hour down a suburban side street. You'd have to watch the entire Mexican air force crash-land in a liquid petroleum gas storage facility to match this kind of thrill. If you ever have much more fun than that, you'll die of pure sensory overload, I'm here to tell you.

But wait. Let's pause and analyze why this particular matrix of activities is perceived as so highly enjoyable. I mean, aside from the teenage lovely pulling off her tube top in the next seat over. Ignoring that for a moment, let's look at the psychological factors conducive to placing positive emotional values on the sensory end product of experientially produced excitation of the central nervous system and smacking into a lamppost. Is that any way to have fun? How would your mother feel if she knew you were doing this? She'd cry. She really would. And that's how you know it's fun. Anything that makes your mother cry is fun. Sigmund Freud wrote all about this. It's a well-known fact.

Of course, it's a shame to waste young lives behaving this way – speeding around all tanked up with your feet hooked in the steering wheel while your date crawls around on the floor mats opening zippers with her teeth and pounding on the accelerator with an empty liquor bottle. But it wouldn't be taking a chance if you weren't risking something. And even if it is a shame to waste young lives behaving this way, it is definitely cooler than risking old lives behaving this way. I mean, so what if some fifty-eight-year-old butt-head gets a load on and starts playing Death Race 2000 in the rush-hour traffic jam? What kind of chance is he taking? He's just waiting around to see what kind of cancer he gets anyway. But if young, talented you, with all of life's possibilities at your fingertips, you and the future Cheryl Tiegs there, so fresh, so beautiful – if the two of you stake your handsome heads on a single roll of the dice in life's game of stop-the-semi – now that's taking chances! Which is why old people rarely risk their lives. It's not because they're chicken – they just have too much dignity to play for small stakes.


Posted by YeahSureRight | Fri Jul 5, 2013, 05:53 AM (8 replies)

Wise long forgotton words from Thomas Jefferson............

“I hope we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our moneyed corporations, which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength and bid defiance to the laws of our country.”

-- Thomas Jefferson

We were told, warned and we ignored his words....we are now at the EXACT same place TJ was in back in the day.
Posted by YeahSureRight | Thu Jul 4, 2013, 06:42 AM (23 replies)

Pubs get away with what they do at the Sate and Federal Level because

people don't do jack shit about it, they just bend over and ask for more.

You want change in your red state hell hole, then the people need to wake the fuck up and take to the streets in mass civil disobedience and withhold your money from those that support the GOP.

The GOP and those that support them are YOUR enemy if you do not treat them as such they will continue to attack you because THEY know YOU are the enemy.

Until the people are to the point of regular and routine mass civil disobedience you folks in the red states are going to get your continued screwing.

Bitching about it on the internet gains nothing.

Posted by YeahSureRight | Sat Jun 29, 2013, 08:01 AM (6 replies)

Great DOMA Melt Down of all time!

Mourning: End of the Defense of Marriage in US federal law By Julio Severo

In a historical decision, the Supreme Courte issued today (June 26, 2013) two rulings against natural family. In response to demands from gay supremacists, the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was invalidated in the protection that it granted to natural marriage against the gay “marriage” ideology. The Supreme Court found unconstitutional federal law upholding “marriage as only between a man and a woman.”

What will follow next? A decision saying that it is unconstitutional a marriage among only human beings, opening the doors to other perversions?


When I read the headlines in the morning, I was shocked. I was also very sad by that gigantic step backwards.

My wife, who had not read the news, had also wakened up very sad and only later told me that she had a dream, where she saw a building like a temple. When she described me the building, I could understand that it was the Supreme Court building. I showed her the picture of this building, and it was really this. She saw Satan there inside, being adored by the judges and others who work in that place. She saw Satan as big as the Supreme Court temple itself, showing hate for all those who worship Jesus Christ.
She saw Jesus’ worshipers, who had a small prayer room in that building, very sad and fearing for things yet to come, because Satan, who she saw as the owner of the whole Supreme Court space, wanted to take more measures to persecute Christians. The striking down of the Defense of Marriage is only the first step of the Supreme Court owner.

the melt down continues.....

Posted by YeahSureRight | Thu Jun 27, 2013, 07:03 PM (7 replies)

Paula Deans REAL appology

well just like it!

Posted by YeahSureRight | Fri Jun 21, 2013, 07:01 PM (0 replies)

The Gay???

Ok WTF is The Gay?

Is it something one can buy?

Does one eat, drink or wear the gay?

Perhaps the Gay is a salve of some kind or other similar product?

Is the Gay grown in a field or manufactured?

Is the Gay like the measles or something? Is the Gay contagious?

One cannot pray away the Gay so it must be pretty powerful stuff!

So what exactly is the Gay?

Anyone know???????

Posted by YeahSureRight | Fri Jun 21, 2013, 05:09 AM (5 replies)

What really is the truth now?

That is what this whole NSA, PRISM, Metadata search faux scandal is all about….disinformation to keep the people confused.

Who is lying?

Who is telling the truth?

News is now pretty much just corporate and political disinformation campaigns. It is intentional to keep you and me from the truth about what is really happening.

Only the naive and foolish will believe anything they read/see on the news anymore or the BS spewed by our so-called leaders.

Of every event that makes the news ask yourself “Who profits/gains from this?”

Once you have the answer you will be closer to the truth.

Those who are not really interested in the truth will believe the BS they read/see on the TV/internet or called news or the BS our leaders spew.

Unless one is at the center of events you have no idea what the real truth is only what others tell you the truth is.

Posted by YeahSureRight | Wed Jun 19, 2013, 06:58 AM (27 replies)

Anyone here work in the home mortgage biz?

The reason I ask is because my Mortgage Company contacted, Wells, me a few weeks ago to refinance my home loan @ 5.5% fixed to 3.6% fixed for FREE. MMMM ok nothing is free and I was skeptical at first.

I was not upside down on my loan but I was about $120k down from what I paid for the house, I put down over 25%. I was only late once by 7 days on 1 payment in 6 years so a good customer more or less and low risk for default. I was not a HARP candidate that was for sure. So when Wells called I was surprised and when I asked why I was so lucky that they would give me a new loan for free at a lower rate they said it was part of the HARP program and that the Gov was paying all the costs.

OK says I send me the paperwork before I agree to anything; the devil is in the details. So I go ahead and do it and now it is all said and done, lucky me and lucky Food Bank they got a chunk of the mortgage payment I got to skip too.

So this got me to thinking what really went down…..The banks used HARP and other programs that were put in place to help people keep their homes as a way to clear the books, get rid of all the bad and risky loads on their books. Then when the masses dare ask so we gave you all this money to keep people in their homes but we see no evidence of this, only lots of people who once had homes now homeless. So fearing the people, HARP is suddenly extended and good customers like me get a free refi with low rates and when the banks are asked again who did they help they can say see why we helped millions of our GOOD customers refi and stay in their homes. Banks get rid of the bad/risky loans and help those who really did not need it and they and the Gov will look like heroes to the masses. Win/Win for the banks and Wall Street.

So my question for those in the mortgage industry…..
Am I just being cynical or did the Gov want the banks to help those who did not really need help?

Oh yeah thanks taxpayers for the free refi!

Posted by YeahSureRight | Sat Jun 15, 2013, 05:55 AM (12 replies)

Would you be willing to die defending and supporting what you believe in?

Simple yes or no answer.

I know I would so that is a big YES for me.

Posted by YeahSureRight | Sat Jun 8, 2013, 07:20 AM (36 replies)
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