Just in time for the holiday season, award-winning graphics design outfit, Plinko, brings us the Baby Bush Toys website.
If you have a resoundingly average child, take a quick look at the Baby Bush Toys products page for such unconfounding playthings as the Twisty Thing that is Red, Portable Playground, Circle of Liberty Puzzle, Red Ball Counter, Goodnight Moon, Freedom Dinger, and the Smasher Breaker.
Other Baby Bush Toys include the Terror Alert Xylophone (left) and the Lil' Looming Disaster Pillow which is the featured Baby Bush Toy. According to Plinko, this bright and charming pillow ensures that your child never forgets that the world is full of bad people plotting evil deeds.
It's a 10-minute short film [.ASX] in which one presidential pet, Barney, gets miffed about his falling popularity poll numbers and is jealous that the other presidential pet, Beazley, is the talk of the town. Talk about weird, tongue-in-cheek irony. Go watch it, though. It's kinda creepy with all the people in the White House trying to act and say their lines.
In other Terror Alert Xylophone news, a team with the Federal Air Marshall Service (FAMS) shot and killed an apparently mentally ill man on an American Airlines flight at Miami International Airport. Who or what is FAMS? Well, if you need help remembering the Bushworld reorganization and multi-trillion-dollar bloating of the U.S. federal government, just remember the Old Testament. Dubya beget the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) who beget the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) who recently beget the Federal Air Marshall Service (FAMS).
Despite loud assertions from all levels of government bureaucracy that the Marshalls acted as they were trained and we should all feel good about that, Rigoberto Alpizar was nonetheless tragically gunned down within earshot of his wife. The Alpizar's were returning from a Christian mission in South America and were taking the short second-leg flight from Miami to Orlando and their home in Maitland, Florida.
Apparently, it is now government policy to show incompetence on a monthly basis. Did Rigoberto Alpizar have to be killed? I don't know. You couldn't pay me enough money to be a law enforcement officer in any agency. I'd likely kill you just because you are ugly. I have to defer judgement to the officers making those split-second decisions on the scene.
But have you taken a look at Department of Homeland Security secretary, Michael Chertoff, lately? This poor bastard has only had this job for less than a year, but he looks like he wakes up in the morning, throws up from anxiety before his first cup of coffee and forgets to shave.
Yeah, if I was Michael Chertoff, I'd definitely be puking up my gingerbread cookies and egg nog every morning, too. But, in happier holiday news, the Defense Department has said they believe Osama bin Laden is still alive and well, and living in Waziristan, the mountainous tribal area between Afghanistan and Pakistan. So, that's something. Military Intelligence catches up with the media.
Shown above is Paz Trigo Campos, aka Paz Vega. Paz Vega was born in Seville, Spain in 1976. As a teenager, she decided to become an actress and pursued her dream after moving to Madrid. A well-known actress in Spain these days, she hit the Hollywood scene in the U.S. in December 2004 with a supporting role in the romantic comedy "Spanglish" with Adam Sandler.
I just saw the movie "Spanglish" this past weekend on cable television. I won't bore you with the personal reasons why this movie touched me, but suffice it to say that watching this film was the impetus for me highlighting Paz Vega.
"I'm not the new Penelope Cruz. I'm Paz Vega. There's only one Penelope and she's marvelous." -Paz Vega.
After seeing Paz Vega, I only have one question, "Who's Penelope Cruz?"
Since I posted such a large photo of Paz Vega here, I'm just going to leave you with my Paz Vega links for you to explore:
Since I just posted a photo of the Mini-Manx kitty, I thought I should also put a link to a photo of my cat, Skiddy, so she doesn't get jealous and poop in my shoe.
Even more so, since we're on the feline topic, here's a recent photo of Sonic (above) sent to me by Melicious. Sonic is getting some holiday cheer in his own special way.
Anyway, I'm glad I don't have to pick up that sticky stuffed animal after Sonic is done being a stuffed animal sexual offender. Melicious has to wash it, not me. It puts a whole new meaning to the phrase, "Let me be your fuck-toy."
I haven't been blogging for a little bit because I've been helping a friend move from one this-old-house to another that-old-house. Besides the physical transportation of a decade's worth of stuff from one domicile to another, the old place can not be abandoned like a stinky pair of old tennis shoes, as the old home has become a rental.
I have spent the last few weeks helping my friend with a bit of remodelling and maintenance on both homes, as belongings are moved. Painting a room or rewiring electrical outlets (etc) before you put your stuff inside of it is easier than painting the ceiling after all your happy stuff is moved into the room, right?
The little kitty (above) is a Manx, with no tail. It's the last kitten of a recent litter my friend's cat had about a month ago. It was the Momma Manx cat's first litter. The kittens came at a very inopportune time.
An older couple finally took one kitten, however. Then "Magic" Dave took three kittens after a night of heavy drinking. Ask me in chat about Dave -- he knows how to levitate, apparently. That just leaves this little pooper-stinker under foot.
I thank all of you wishing me a happy Thanksgiving on my Tag Board. I gave my thanks by helping my friend who was not only doing her best to move, but also help out her other friend who was very suddenly diagnosed with stage-4 cancer. We all are doing our best to make life carefree for her friend, accomodate her friend's family, and keep her sick best friend in our thoughts and prayers.
So ... why? Well, I go through the TAG board periodically (or when asked) and delete entries. Mainly I delete your entries because it reloads the page periodically or when you add a new entry for chatting and when it gets too large, it takes up bandwidth loading constantly. My general rule was this: if you put an annoying little smilie emoticon on the TAG, that entry was the first to go when I cleaned house.
The second rule: if the entry was older. But the second rule bummed me out because I hate to throw away memories, so, some entries were deemed to be classics and had to be preserved (like Hygelic reading my blog in the bathroom on his cell phone).
Then the first and second rules unfortunately clashed when it came to old school phreeks who might put an ascii emoticon at the end of their sentence, like Skennedy (et al). These people were violating my first unstated rule through no fault of their own, and, because the programmers of the TAG board must have thought to themselves, "how handy-fucking-dandy would it be if we just translated every ascii emoticon to a different happy little yellow face?" So, they dropped another few hits of Exstacy, patted each other on the back and went back to coding the TAG board.
So, whether it is a good thing or a bad thing -- I've decided to archive the TAG board here for all to see -- and still be able to delete older entries (and keep the TAG.html small) with a clear conscience. I normally archive halfway through the month.
Brandon Starr » Hey, JfZ, I thought you might like today's (11/30) blog, titled "Why not to worry." Gloria » Hola J. Lyly » hey jfz arsenal » Hello! Hope you are well, and thanks for the erotica tips there. inside » thank you for mentioning us in your sexy blogdrive list. plh » Happy Thanksgiving Edna May » *leaves a live turkey named Jamal on John's doorstep; tacks note on door: "With love, from Edna & Jude"... *pats Jamal's head; exits humming* Canis Lupis » Hey JFZ, I know its been awile. Just had to drop by and say have a happy Thanksgiving, buddy> J f Z » *hygelic: I added you to my YIM, baby. Sent IMs to your cell. Been in-and-out, lately. *Unknown: e-snuggles! *plh: Awww, thanks. *Rita: Lovely, Rita. *Static: e-bike for me. *G-funk: Boy-howdy! etnies punk » Who is this? kristi/unknown » peek a boo plh » *looks below - boy howdy thats rude... anyways, i wanted to wish you a great weekend hygelic » are you ever going to fucking call me? email@example.com or whatever Rita » WOW! Featured subscriber today. Look at you... Aenonima » Thanks for the comments on my tagboard Thank you for listening to my music! Hopefully, soon, I will have some time to make and post some more! Static Brain » So JFZ are you actually going to ride a scooter? I think they are dangerous. I saw one that went 40 mph once. I wouldn't want to go that fast on something that small. Scary. I like motorcycles. Gloria » Hi J. plh » i have a non-motorized razor scooter - dont know if i could handle one with power - maybe if i hold my tongue just right when im on it? hehehe kristi/unknown » hey jfz, hugs and smoochies to all the good parts. wailfulrhyme » i don't think you're a dirty old man. you're a nice friend. thanks for the comments and stuff, i appreciate it. Areyougod » nice bike! plh » if they impeach Bush - does that mean our vice president will replace him? if so thats a worse nightmare in the making over Bush himself strangerina » hey thanks for stopping by! great blog, and i'll be back! Brandon Starr » Thanks for the movie link, JfZ!