Day By Day© by Chris Muir.

Friday, June 08, 2007

I am seriously considering...

...moving to Southeastern USA. Where I'm at is fine. But, if I actually moved I could have Pogo Possum and Albert Alligator for neighbors. I could also become known as the Okie from Fennokee.

Ok, it was a bad line. Comedy is not working, so I'll work at keeping my day job.


:) :) :)

Is this a great country...

...or what. I found this in the Powerline blog. Read the whole thing at

When the captain announced preparations for landing, [one unruly passenger] jumped up shouting, the flight attendant held up the handcuffs [as a signal to Hayden], and Hayden and the Marine came bounding down the aisle. Hayden said he and the retired Marine, whose name he never got, received an ovation from fellow passengers, and "some free air miles."

Hayden's wife of 42 years, Katie, who was also on the flight, was less impressed. Even as her husband struggled with the agitated passenger, she barely looked up from "The Richest Man in Babylon," the book she was reading.

"The woman sitting in front of us was very upset and asked me how I could just sit there reading," Katie Hayden said. "Bob's been shot at. He's been stabbed. He's taken knives away. He knows how to handle those situations. I figured he would go up there and step on somebody's neck, and that would be the end of it. I knew how that situation would end. I didn't know how the book would end."

You can read more about it at the link to Boston Globe above. Democracy at work in the grassroots. You don't need a badge to be a sky marshall! These guys are welcome in the Bog without calling ahead!

Slavery was not good.

Worse, there are places that it exists today. Really good is that none of those places are in the United States of America. I probably had one relative that was a slaveholder. I also had a relative that was a slave. He was not an indentured servant. He was a slave. The British in the Colonies were excellent record keepers. When he arrived from Scotland he was listed as PROPERTY OF THE MILL IN WHICH HE WORKED (slaved?). History is part of our past. I get really upset when people who have appointed themselves as spokesman for the downtrodden try to appoint themselves as my conscience.

The following is an interesting quote from an an article that I found at Newsmax. The history is interesting but not surprising. The point of the article ( )
is (at least in part) to make me feel guilty for being an American... a nativist... an ugly person... et cetera.

The article is interesting historically and informative about the roll in which the Alien Media Nation casts itself.

PHILADELPHIA -- Archaeologists unearthing the remains of George Washington's presidential home have discovered a hidden passageway used by his nine slaves, raising questions about whether the ruins should be incorporated into a new exhibit at the site.
The underground passageway is just steps from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. It was designed so Washington's guests would not see slaves as they slipped in and out of the main house.

"As you enter the heaven of liberty, you literally have to cross the hell of slavery," said Michael Coard, a Philadelphia attorney who leads a group that worked to have slavery recognized at the site. "That's the contrast, that's the contradiction, that's the hypocrisy. But that's also the truth."

Washington lived and conducted presidential business at the house in the 1790s, when Philadelphia was the nation's capital.

Read the entire article. Don't be tricked into feeling the burden of guilt. The guilt part is (pardon the expression gentle readerperson) BULLSHIT.

Peace and all good,

Kermit - the Green Guy

PS - I found the ultimate T-shirt, but I can't wear it to work. It says...

"I neutered the cat.

Now he's a LIBERAL!"

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

It's time to get the...

...vaseline and smear it all over your posterior, America. When you see the names of Georgie the Bush and Teddy the Chappaquidic Driver appearing on the same piece of legislation...

...just bend over, grab your ankles and pretend that you hear a really soothing computer voice saying...

"Don't worry little one,
this won't hurt a bit."
Getting nervous in the bog,
or as Grandpa Bullfrog
used to say
Take it once from Teddy Kennedy - shame on him
Take it twice from Teddy Kennedy- shame on you

Tuesday, June 05, 2007

And, before the Frog forgets... one has been treated to the CREDO in almost a year...

1) Ride hard...

2) Shoot straight...

3) Speak truth...

That sounds a damn site better than "live long and prosper".

There, don'cha feel better now?


Just for wackos out there...

...don't get any funny ideas...

The BOG has a really good security system. To enter you must pass through the security check point at the front gate where you will be thoroughly searched by my chief of security Al Vin. You do not want to mess around with him because he is one mean hombre! Go see is picture at where he appears in full battle dress. Be warned... he has a free reign on violence and he likes violence because they smell so good!

You just think that the squirrel that started the revival in Pascagula Mississippi was tough. Al Vin is tougher!

Be warned. He is the reason that Kermit and the Silly Goose can rest easy in the warm mud.


P.S. - Marines and SEALs are welcome in the BOG anytime. Family should call ahead. Semper Fi.

The frog may be OLD...

FASHIONED... but in the bog, an immigrant is somebody that wants to integrate into bog society. It is not someone who wants to by a (pick any nationality (for instance - Welshman)) Welshman who lives in the bog.

It would be ever so nice if the president saw eye-to-eye with me on this. And, by the way, the BOG will never submit to becoming part of the North American Union. And while we are on the subject, do not be planning to run the NAFTA superhighway across the Bog!!!

The frog is going to go take a soak in warm mud now. It's sooo comforting in times of stress

Peace and all good,

Kermit - the green guy

This turkey may be...

...coming home to roost, but it won't roosting in Bubba's Bog!

While President Bush and pro-amnesty members of Congress are pushing an unpopular immigration “reform” bill that would bestow American citizenship on millions of people who have no regard for America’s laws, liberal Democrats across the Washington region are increasingly complaining about overcrowded houses, noise, loitering and general public nuisance — all caused by illegal aliens.

These local liberals are in no mood for “celebrate diversity” chants.

Listening recently to frustrated folks call a local radio talk show to vent about illegal aliens loitering in front of stores and cramming into $400,000 houses in their neighborhoods, I wondered if those same liberals accused pro-enforcement Americans of being “nativists,” “xenophobes” and “racists” for complaining about the same problems.

Now that illegal aliens have migrated to their neighborhoods, such liberals have become pro-enforcement all of a sudden.

A Republican called in to say her Democratic friends labeled her a racist when she’d complain about illegal immigration. She’d tell them something like, “You just wait until it happens to you. Then you’ll be singing a different tune.”

It’s happening to them, and they are singing a different tune. It turns out that liberals in half-a-million-dollar houses don’t like living next door to a single-family house filled to the brim with illegal aliens who park on the front lawn, throw trash everywhere and urinate outside.

Congressional Democrats don’t talk about such discontent among their constituents, but locals are keenly aware that the federal government has abdicated its role as immigration law enforcer. State and local governments are compelled to assume control.

Democrats on the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors in Virginia may be ousted in November if they don’t deal with the growing problems. Rick Gordon, a homeland security consultant, told The Washington Post that “Enough is enough. These frauds need to go!”

He complained about an illegal alien boarding house in his neighborhood, and Supervisor Penelope Gross told him “The county’s hands were tied.” (Turque, Bill and Brulliard, Karin, “Overflowing Fairfax Homes Split Neighbors,” Washington Post, May 13, p. A1)
Gordon emphasized that his was no “right-wing Nazi community. … Everybody is a liberal Democrat.”

Local governments are forced to try to fix what the federal government will not. Last year, in the town of Herndon , the people removed the mayor and two town council members who voted for a day labor center. The town applied for and obtained permission to begin 287(g) immigration enforcement training, which will give local law enforcement the authority to carry out federal immigration laws.

Citizens in Manassas organized a group called “Help Save Manassas” to raise awareness of the negative effects of overcrowding and loitering.

Leesburg is considering adopting stricter regulations on overcrowding.

The Virginia House of Delegates passed a measure that would block public funds to charities and other organizations that provide services to illegal aliens.

Some black residents in the Brentwood section of Northeast Washington have gone on record to complain about illegal aliens — who litter and urinate — gathering near the Home Depot in their neighborhood.

Perhaps it will take a lot more overcrowding, loitering and public urination for congressional
Democrats (and the Republican president) to understand the urgent need to enforce immigration laws currently on the books instead of writing new ones to reward lawbreakers with American citizenship.

Local liberals are learning a valuable and important lesson: Not all “diversity” is worth celebrating.


Monday, June 04, 2007

This bit of humor...

...was submitted by the Eldest Tadpole. I have no idea from whom he may have inherited his sense of humor. It is in the form of a fable/parable rivalling only Aesop in its intricacy and forethought. It could prove prophetic...

Subject: Math 1950 to 2008
Last week I purchased a burger at Burger King for $1.58.

The counter girl took my $2 and I was digging for my change when I pulled 8 cents from my pocket and gave it to her. She stood there, holding the nickel and 3 pennies, while looking at the screen on her register. I sensed her discomfort and tried to tell her to just give me two quarters, but she hailed the manager for help . While he tried to explain the transaction to her, she stood there and cried.

Why do I tell you this? Because of the evolution in teaching math since the 1950's.

1. Teaching Math In 1950 - A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price. What is his profit?

2. Teaching Math In 1960 - A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is 4/5 of the price, or $80. What is his profit?

3. Teaching Math In 1970 - A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is $80. Did he make a profit?

4. Teaching Math In 1980 - A logger sells a truckload of lumber for $100. His cost of production is $80 and his profit is $20. Your assignment: Underline the number 20.

5. Teaching Math In 1990 - A logger cuts down a beautiful forest because he is selfish and inconsiderate and cares nothing for the habitat of animals or the preservation of our woodlands. He does this so he can make a profit of $20. What do you think of this way of making a living? Topic for class participation after answering the question: How did the birds and squirrels feel as the logger cut down their homes? (There are no wrong answers. )

6. Teaching Math In 2008 - Un hachero vende una carretada de maderapara $100. El costo de la producciones es $80. Cuanto dinero ha hecho?

Hey, Grizzly Mama, if you drop by and read this... It does not apply to homeschoolers!!!

Peace and all good,


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