Decisions Decisions

Buried inside this story is the quote that sums up the Democratic party in a nutshell: “The question so many Democrats are asking themselves is this: Is it better to duck and cover through Election Day, or is it better to listen but ignore their concerns?” said NRCC spokesman Tory Mazzola. That's basically it.

The Kielbasa gets em in; The Holy Spirit can do the rest

Well I found out the best way to get parishioners to the end of the month after mass breakfasts at St. Anthony di Padua. The secret is to start frying the kielbasa during the mass. The scent goes up the stairs to the main church "a fragrant aroma" (Philippians 4:18b). And when that "sweet smelling" … Continue reading The Kielbasa gets em in; The Holy Spirit can do the rest

You Vill sign! …and we thank you for your support

Some interesting tactics being used to gin up support for Obama/Kennedy care. These green shirts blocked the north entrance to the high school parking lot. All who wanted to enter to hear Representative Perlmutter had to go approximately 1/4 of a mile to the west entrance. They said everyone had to sign in for security … Continue reading You Vill sign! …and we thank you for your support

Punchout for Wii: Amazon Review

My review of the game Punch-Out for the Nintendo Wii gamesystem is available at Amazon.com here. I've actually only played the game sparingly but I'm spent MANY hours on the couch watching my son play the game while I was tapping away posts. I've seen more of this game than almost any other straight video … Continue reading Punchout for Wii: Amazon Review

A chance to meet an obscure blogger in person!

All you have to do is go to the 8 a.m. or 10:30 a.m. Mass at St. Anthony di Padua Church in Fitchburg Massachusetts this morning and after mass go to the church hall! This obscure blogger will be in the kitchen providing free pancakes and kielbasa to all who attend. Come and get a … Continue reading A chance to meet an obscure blogger in person!

They need it for 2012 and 2016 for Sarah

I guess this is Newsweek's article to celebrate Sarah Palin Day. Why does Newsweek have an article arguing that the word "Cunt" is losing its sting and should be "reclaimed?" I think it's because our liberal friends discovered it during the 2008 campaign. The article itself in unexciting but has this hilarious conclusion: And even … Continue reading They need it for 2012 and 2016 for Sarah