Monday, July 31, 2006

Is Mel Gibson's career over?

You can make me pick up trash off the freeways of LA, but you will never take my freedom!

So, is he dead as disco in Hollywood?
Eh, maybe. But what do I know, I am not a Hollywood insider. Not that they know anymore than I do mind you, but the full-court press on Mel's DUI and the racial slurs and sexist comments are just the gasoline-soaked cord of wood needed to burn the hated Gibson at the stake. Mel maybe on the way to becoming the rightwing version of Oliver Stone. They both may make entertaining movies, but both seem to suffer from a form of ass-hattery.

The Hollywood left hates Gibson with a passion, er bad choice of words, they hate him.

Mel has always seemed to be wound a little too tight, now it seems that he has a drinking problem, a anger problem, a vulgarity problem and a anti-Semitic problem. That adds up to a lot of couch time for Mr. Gibson in my book. And maybe some community service time as well.

Not quite raining cats and dogs, but definitely dogs.

No word yet as to the how the press will blame Israel on the unguided dog-bombing of an innocent civilian in Poland.
A man was bruised but alive yesterday after a Saint Bernard dog thrown out a two-storey window landed on him as he was walking down the street in the southern-Polish city of Sosnowiec.

The 50kg dog was pushed out of the window by its drunken owner on Monday, police said.

"The dog had a soft landing because it fell on a man," said police spokesman Grzegorz Wierzbicki.

Sunday, July 30, 2006

Snap shots from Lebanon

Hi all, I just got back from Lebanon to visit my family. Here are some pics.

This is my Uncle Ahmed, and my two cousins. They were in the backyard of their apartment complex trying to get the ice-cream truck running again so they could give some cool and delicious snacks to the victims of Israel's terrible attacks.

This is my wife's brother Hamim, he is hunting rabbits for dinner since the Zionist, murdering Jews have cut off all supplies to southern Lebanon.

Well, that's about it, I have to unpack and get ready to teach my Arab studies class tomorrow.

Saturday, July 29, 2006

Heatwave=crimewave as 'Spare The Air' days lets riders ride free

And now from the 'Unintended Consequences' file...
I know that living in the Sacramento valley comes with a few environmental certainties. Tule fog in the winter and oppressive heat and air pollution in the summer. Sort of like death and taxes, if you live here, you have to be ready to deal with both.

The State of Californians Air Resources Board is charged with finding ways to reduce the air pollution in the golden state just as the population keeps expanding. Tough job.
To promote and protect public health, welfare and ecological resources through the effective and efficient reduction of air pollutants while recognizing and considering the effects on the economy of the state.
More people, more cars, more growth in rural areas increasing commute times, how can you hope to reduce the air pollution? They must try or the state looses out on federal road funding if they fail to achieve their goals, like I said, tough job.

One of the ways they try to reduce the worst pollution days is through education. The 'Spare the Air' program is managed through the ARB's 35 management districts. We live the Yolo-Solano Air Quality Management District. On a real bad air quality day the YSAQMD works with the local public transit systems to provide free or reduced fares to get cars off the road. I have not read of any problems during these free ride days but I am sure the increased amount of riders is inconvenient for the regular riders. In a small mostly rural county the program seems to work, however in a high crime metropolitan area, not so much.

The highly touted 'Spare the Air' days spelled financial relief for thousands of Bay Area commuters and help for the environment -- but for BART, this summer's experiment with six days of free rides also brought so much grief that the system's police chief is calling for the program to be limited to just commuters in the future.

On one Spare the Air Day, said BART police Chief Gary Gee, "we had a train car taken over by 10 young males in white T-shirts and baggy pants, and they were holding the door open and acting like they were on the playground.

"In certain trains, people were pretty terrified by their rides," he said.

I am sure the regular passengers who ride BART will think twice on the next 'Spare the Air' -free ride day. They may drive their own cars just to avoid being terrorized by the gang bangers or sitting next to the passed out homeless guy who just relieved himself.

In theory it should work like a charm, bad air, free rides, less cars, better air. But like most government programs, they are thought up in a big room with coffee and danish by bureaucrats who live in the world of static analysis.

I would bet you lunch at the Burger Barn in Esparto that no one asked the question, do you think there will be a increase in crime if we let everyone ride free? I wonder if the crime will make some people stay off the trains?

Friday, July 28, 2006

What does peace look like?

This is not what peace looks like.

To adequately understand the solution to war, you must first determine the meaning of peace. What it is;
To achieve peace both sides must want it, you cannot have a unilateral peace.
Peace is not the absence of war. Peace is when one side defeats the other and imposes it's will on the defeated people. Like I have said many times, as terrible as war is, there is something much worse than war, its loosing a war.

Ask those who oppose war how they would define peace, you may get answer like this; when both sides sit down face to face and agree to stop killing each other. I would ask them this question; Give me an example in the last 100 years where that has taken place without one side having defeated the other. I would like to hear their answer. Egypt and Israel? Not really, Israel could have crushed Egypt and Sadat knew it.

Today we see the pictures of destruction coming out of Lebanon and on a few occasions the MSM will show the destruction in Israel. As terrible as these images are, there is a context that must be explained to the viewer. This is war. War is terrible, but sometimes necessary to bring about lasting peace. Stopping the fighting for the short term goal of 'peace' is a adolescent response to the situation. A response put forth by the Madeline Albrights, the John Kerrys and Jimmy Carters of the world. It is the left's response to war. Stop it now!

Hezbollah, Hamas and Al-Qaida don't want peace, they want to kill their enemies down to the last man, woman and child. When they start loosing, they may want 'peace' only to buy time to regroup, re-arm and recruit more terrorists. Why cant the Democrats and liberals understand this? Please show me where I am wrong. Please tell me, how do we live in peace with people sworn to murder us? I want more than peace, I want peace and quiet. To show you what I mean, we need to look back a few years to find real and lasting peace.

Germany and Japan are examples of how you achieve lasting peace. It is not pretty, many innocent and not so innocent people are killed. Sometimes thousands, sometimes millions. Here is what real peace looks like.
Berlin 1945

Dresden 1945

Tokyo 1945

And today, more than 50 years later, what do find there? Allies. Not very good allies in the case of Germany but two nations who have not fired a shot in anger in generations. People who want peace.
Dresden today

Berlin today

Tokyo today

So to refresh your memory. To have lasting peace both sides must want it, and one side must be defeated or very close to it, and the loosing side must submit to the victor. The victor by the way has a responsibility to make sure that the defeated side changes its ideology so as to never become a threat again. When there is real peace, the victor should help rebuild what he has destroyed. But the vanquished must know, if it there is any backsliding, the rubble returns.

Monday, July 24, 2006

War is the remedy that our enemies have chosen, and I say let us give them all they want.

From one end of the Cable TV universe to the other, the anchors are asking all parties involved in the Israeli-Hezbollah war the wrong question. I would estimate that if you watched any cable news program, you would hear the reporters or anchors ask someone about a timeline for a cease-fire at least 5 times an hour. This basic lack of understanding is quite shocking for anyone who supposes that they are capable of digesting the happenings of this world, then wrapping them up in high tech graphics and passing it off as news.

If the world wants the fighting and killing to stop, it has to ask just one thing. If tomorrow morning Hezbollah, through Syria, tells the Israeli government that it will return their two captured soldiers and stop firing rockets across the border into Israel, the fighting would end by noon. That is a fact, and to pretend otherwise is just a waste of breath.

That is what I believe secretary of State Rice told the Hezbollah representative in Syria today. He is reported to have declined the offer.

What if a third party were to send in say 2,000 troops to keep Hezbollah from attacking Israel? Would that be a possible solution? Nope.

The UN has had 2,000 'blue helmeted boobs on the ground' since 1978. The UN is worse than useless, it proposes solutions that serve only to make people feel better. Not only don't those solutions work, they make them much worse by ignoring why the problem exists in the first place.

Hezbollah is evil. Not sort of evil, plain old standard run of the mill evil. Please don't comment that they build schools and hospitals, the Nazis built all kinds of schools, hospitals and every other type of infrastructure you can think of. The also killed almost 20 million people, don't talk to me about schools and hospitals.

Hezbollah may want to talk once they get low on rockets, but I doubt it. My terms for a cease fire would be this - unconditional surrender.

If you don't like those terms, you will hate the alternative.

William T Sherman had it right, you called the tune, you pay the fiddler.

Sunday, July 23, 2006

Angels and Airwaves and cowboys

My son has a growing interest in music. He is on his second guitar and looking to purchase a larger amp, undoubtedly to drive his mother and I out of the house. He likes the new alternative/semi-punk rockers. Having recently turned 13, he wanted to go to his first concert. I was very concerned with taking him to what is always a R rated show, with him being a PG-13 kind of young man. I listen to his music as a way of finding out what kind of messages he is putting into his brain, so I knew that while some of the songs deal with mature themes, they are nothing he can't handle and nothing we don't talk about, so I agreed to take him.

Yesterday's temperature was 110 degrees at concert time and my son wanted to get there as soon as the gates opened at Arco. Being the master concert goer I am, I said that if we get there at 6:30 we will miss the crowds, the parking lot mess and walk in right when the two opening bands had finished. As we walked to the front doors there was a stack of hundreds, maybe a thousand studded leather belts on the lawn, they were not allowed inside the arena. We walked around the concourse and my son bought his t-shirt and CD at the vendor booths and found good seats for the show. I was 11 minutes off.

The first band we saw was one of his favorites, Angels and Airwaves. The front man for the band was the singer for now defunct Blink 182. The band sounded tight and the sound system was ok for a notoriously bad venue, the only problem I had was with the lead singer and guitarist Tom DeLounge. The show was all about Tom, here I am, I am great, look at me. The worst part, aside from his walk through the crowd to the stage where he let fly a few F-bombs, was the fact that he didn't introduce a single member of the band. What a head case. He should just rename the band the DeLounges.

One observation about today's young concert goers. They suck.
They are so pre-occupied with their cell phones and texting their friends that they don't watch the show. It was like being at a Journey concert when they played a power ballad, there were hundreds of flickering lights in the crowd , but instead of lighters , they were cell phones. Snapping pictures and taking video clips, then trying to scream over the music to ask their friends if they got the pictures. Arco arena didn't open the upper deck so there were probably 9 to 11 thousand people there with two thousand or so down on the floor. Only a quarter of the crowd sang along with the songs, or cheered after the song was over. A textbook reaction from the 'Yea, whatever' generation.

The headliner was Taking Back Sunday. The band was good, the guitar playing was strong and the music is melodic. An all around good show. The front man for TBS is Adam Lazzara and he is a fancy guy. He has obviously seen way to many Stones concert videos. He mimics Mick's moves quite well, with a little of Roger Daltry's microphone swinging thrown in for good measure. He once knocked his bass player for a loop in England with his mic. He has control of the show and the crowd and did introduce his band mates, always a good sign.

All and all a good experience for my son and a good time for me as well. I think one of things that persuaded me to take him at this young age was when I was in 8th grade my favorite band was coming to my hometown on their first country wide tour. You may have heard of them, Van Halen was going to play a concert 45 minutes from my house and I wanted to go in the worst way. But my parents didn't let me go, they wouldn't have thought of going with me, they didn't like my music and I was too young. I went on to see Van Halen three times when I was in high school and college, but I always wondered what that first tour would have been like.

My son's excitement was pretty evident as we drove home. He decided not to spend his birthday money on a new iPod, he wants a bigger amp. I may have created a monster.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

I may reconsider renouncing my French ancestry

Speak English and work harder.
What a concept.
THE French need to work harder and display less arrogance, if they are to recapture former glories, Nicolas Sarkozy, the Interior Minister, tells his countrymen in a highly personal 281-page book published yesterday.
Just as they embark on their long summer break, he has a blunt message for them: the holiday is over.

"I believe that deep in French society there is a strong demand for the restoration of certain values of the Republican right: work, respect for authority, the family, individual responsibility," he says. Although he denies personal animosity for his rival, President Chirac, he makes no attempt to hide their fundamental political differences.

Thursday, July 20, 2006

The Kings make a deal for new digs

After two dozen attempts at getting a new arena to replace Arco, the Kings and the City and County of Sacramento agreed to a deal that will be put to the voters in the fall. If you don't like the Kings, or you just don't think that the public should have to pay for a new arena when the Maloofs are rolling in dough, you may not vote for the quarter cent sale tax increase. If you want Sacramento to grow, and not just sprawl, you need to give the public something to do downtown. A new arena coupled with development of the SP rail yard could make downtown Sacramento a draw for tourist and bring more concerts, sporting events and conventions to town. I love going to San Francisco and walking around Union Square or North Beach in the evenings, what can you do in downtown Sacramento? Go to Old Sac? Stumble over the homeless on K street? No thanks, been there, done that.
Negotiators for the city and county of Sacramento moments ago finalized a deal with the Maloof family to finance a new arena for the Sacramento Kings.
The financing package would rely on voter approval of a new quarter-cent sales tax that would produce about $1.2 billion over a period of years, sources said. Half the money would go to pay for the new arena, and the other half would go to the city and county governments to spend as they wish.

Sources familiar with the deal say the Maloofs have agreed to contribute $20 million upfront to pay for various costs to initiate the process.

I chuckle about the timing, yes the deadline for county review was coming up and there was a definite time crunch, but one day after the Seattle Supersonics were bough by an Oklahoma City ownership group, the Kings had the trump card. The notion of the Kings not going anywhere came crashing down. The Seattle deal was proof that the Maloofs could sell the team tomorrow, turn an obscene profit and whoever bought them could move them to any city that could support an NBA franchise.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Who needs the International Red Cross, we have Hezbollah

I just love these stories. Here is Fouad Yassin, most likely a Shiite, living in southern Lebanon with his family. The story says he has been under attack from Israeli artillery for four days. He has had enough and takes his family north, only to find help at a school 'temporarily' taken over by Hezbollah. The nice man from Hezbollah gives him some bread, cheese, three cans of tuna and sends him on his way. You can just hear the stirring music in the background as this story of mercy and compassion unfolds in the piece by Mohamad Bazzi.
Mr Yassin, 35, a book dealer, fled the Bir El-Abed district of Beirut on Monday. Along with his father, mother, four siblings and their families - 24 people in all - they crammed into two minivans and drove through back roads for nearly three hours looking for somewhere to take refuge.

They arrived at the Ibn Rushd School, where they were given foam mattresses to sleep on. Three cans of tuna, two packages of processed cheese and a bundle of bread was the food ration for the day.

At no point in their flight did the Yassins receive help from the Lebanese Government. Instead they ended up at a school that has been temporarily taken over by Hezbollah.

"Hezbollah makes sure that the refugees have everything they need," said Ali Shwaikani, 29, who described himself as a Hezbollah "volunteer" helping organise the displaced.

To fill the government vacuum, the group has dispatched hundreds of young men like Mr Shwaikani to schools and community centres throughout Beirut. Armed with mobile phones and walkie-talkies, they distribute mattresses, food, water and medicine to the refugees.

I have a few observations.

I would bet you lunch at the Burger Barn in Esparto that Mr. Yassin or his family voted for Hezbollah in the last election. You wanted these guys, you got em, now deal with the consequences of electing terrorists as your government representatives.

Nowhere in the story is Hezbollah called a terrorist organization. "The group" Hezbollah, is made to sound like the Shiite version of the United Way. What a load of manure! I wonder if Osama Bin Laden handed out food and built a school or two he could get better press. Oh, wait, a Democrat Senator from Washington did that already.

I am betting another lunch at the Burger Barn that the school Hezbollah 'temporarily' took over, is a storage or launching site for katyusha rockets. That is level of care and respect Hezbollah has for innocent civilians, launching rockets from apartments, schools, and hospitals. They hide behind women and children to launch attacks. Very honorable, very merciful.

There is a good guy and a bad guy in this fight. The good guy is not perfect, but wants to live in peace. The bad guy wants to kill every good guy, down to the last infant. This is not an endless vicious cycle of violence, it a battle between good and evil. No matter how many cans of tuna they hand out, Hezbollah is a terrorist gang, and you can give them land, money, tuna it doesn't matter, the don't want peace they want the death of every Israeli.

But other than that, Hezbollah is just swell.

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Speakerphone terrorism.

Ok, is everybody on?

Yes, here.

Praise be to Allah this contraption is working.

God is great. I am here also.

Great, great, well first I want to thank the honorable Mr. Hassan Nasrallah for capturing the two Zionist pig soldiers and sending them back to me here in Iran. Good work, they are now guests of the new Ayatollah.

What about me? I am the one who dug the tunnel and captured the first Zionist pig and killed his two Zionist friends.

Ah my friend Khaled Meshaal, no one is forgetting you and the way you started this whole diversion, I mean Holy War.


I'm sorry President Asad, a slip of the tongue. This is a wonderful chance to finally rid the world of the Zionist threat. They should all die in a fiery Hell, praise be to Allah. You all should be commended for your service to the one true God.

Yea, that's easy for you to say, sitting out of air-strike range in Tehran.

Hey, I am in this with you guys, all the way, I mean who is sending you the money and rockets to kill the Jews anyway? Iran boys, and don't you forget it.


My Bad.

I love you Mahmoud.

Don't get emotional on me Hassan, Hezbollah needs you to be strong and ferocious big guy.

Mr. President, I am getting concerned with the Zionist pigs flying their airplanes over Lebanon, what if they strike my palace in Damascus?

I told the world that a strike against you would bring a devastating response.

Will you use your nuclear weapon?

When its ready boys, when its ready.

How long do we have to keep up these rocket attacks?

Until the western news media turns the popular opinion against the Zionists pigs.

Give us a ballpark timeframe.

A week to ten days before the BBC, CNN and the New York Times run feature stories on the innocent children being killed in Gaza and Lebanon. That will make the world run to the UN calling for diplomacy. That should give me another six to eighteen months to work on the nuke.

What if Bush gets the EU to threaten sanctions and the Russians and Chinese go along with them?

Fire another hundred rockets at the Jews, that should keep everyone's attention away from Tehran for another six months.

Are you sure can get a working weapon in less than two years?

You can't put a timetable on these things, but if we can keep the worlds eyes on the Jews, the North Koreans say they might sell us a working bomb.


Yea Baby.

Is that crazy little yellow infidel really going to sell you a nuke?

Hey his people are eating their shoes, they need hard money bad, they will sell us anything.

Ok, so to sum up, Asad, he keep cool and keep quiet and nothing will happen to you.
Nasrallah, you keep your Hezbollah fighters firing those rockets at the Jews until the media pressures them to go UN for peace talks. Meshaal, you keep killing the Jews until you hear otherwise. Ok, are we clear? Thanks everyone, we will talk again next Monday, but it might be later, I don't want to miss 24.

Saturday, July 15, 2006

Osama Bin Laden -- In the Words of Those Who Know Him.

Christiane Amanpour is getting Larry King's spot on August 23rd to run her special about OBL. I'm sure it will tell all about how America and the West drove this happy young man into becoming a defender of the Islamic people.

When there are Arabs killing people anywhere, and when isn't there, Christiane will give us the American cause for it.

Hey, Chris, how about doing a report on the families of all the Arab people OBL has murdered in his campaign to take the world back to the 14th century. Oh that's right, you only have a one hour show.

Wednesday, July 12, 2006

The two edged sword of democracy.

I have been thinking about the rapidly deteriorating situation in Israel and have come to a conclusion. People need to be held accountable for the governments they choose. Germany was willing to elect Hitler with full knowledge of what they were getting, he wrote a book for crying out loud. These folks wanted Hitler, they got Hitler and it lead to the destruction of their nation.

The Palestinians chose Hamas and now they will pay for their choice with their destruction. Lebanon chose to elect Hezbollah, now they will pay a price.

Democracy is a two edged sword.

If there was ever a case for issuing concealed carry permits.

Oh would they get a surprise when I calmly pulled out my Para-Ordinance P-12 and ordered them to either get on the ground or go say hi to the Devil.

Woo, woo, Juggalo yourself, grab some turf boys.

For several nights last month, a group of thugs with black hooded sweat
shirts pulled tight over their heads, including at least one in "angry" clown
makeup, terrorized visitors to Pierce County's Fort Steilacoom Park, police say.

The group cried "woo, woo, Juggalo" as they assaulted park visitors with
a machete and fists. They stole cellphones, cash and wallets and even threatened
to cut their victims' heads off, according to court documents.

So far,
two men and a woman have been charged with robbery and assault for their alleged
roles in the string of attacks, said Pierce County deputy prosecutor Phil
Sorensen. Prosecutors say the suspects claim to be "Juggalos," a subculture that
has developed among the fan base of the rap/metal group Insane Clown

Monday, July 10, 2006

Who are these people, and please tell me they don't vote!

I found out why ALCOA profits are up in the second quarter.
A huge run on tinfoil to make hats!

These folks must read Kos
Our sixth question asked, "Do you believe persons within the United States government, or government agencies, organized a controlled demolition of the World Trade Center buildings (including WTC7) in concert with the passenger airline collisions?" Because of the nature of the collapse of the World Trade Center towers, a popular theory among the most intense conspiracies involves the possibility of a pre-planned controlled demolition of the World Trade Center towers. While this theory is supported by an amazing number of websites with a staggering degree of detail, exactly half of all respondents agree with this extreme theory.

Dan Rather on HDnet. I'd rather not

Dan Rather found the only guy in America crazy enough to hire him.
So who is this pillar of good sense and ethical standards?

This guy.

Thats right, the owner of the Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban.
The hourly program will include "hard-edged field reports," interviews and investigative pieces and will be "completely uncensored," according to the channel's news release.
Rather is hard at work on the word processor right now making fake memos from the office of David Stern to the officiating crew of game 5 of the NBA Finals. Here is a sneak peak.

Official Document
From: David Stern
To: Game 5 Finals Officiating Crew

Hi guys, you know that Shaq still has those photos of me dressed up like Britney Spears so we need to get him one more ring and he swears this time he will give me the negatives.
Make it close, but we need a Miami win tonight. Besides, I have had quite enough of Mark Cuban. It will be a cold day in Hell before I let him win the championship.

Sincerely, your boss
David Stern
Thanks, remember I sign your checks

Sunday, July 09, 2006

Tax revenue up again - damn those Bush tax cuts!

Good news for the nation and the GOP is hard to find unless your looking for it. I must give kudos to the New York Times, I know for me the Times basher giving praise to the grey lady is a rare thing, but they did publish a this story on the US news page as the sixth story just behind small colleges short of men turning to football to get more students. I couldn't find it at all on the Washington Post home page.
An unexpectedly steep rise in tax revenues from corporations and the wealthy is driving down the projected budget deficit this year, even though spending has climbed sharply because of the war in Iraq and the cost of hurricane relief.
I wonder if Howard Dean and Nancy Pelosi are drowning their sorrows tonight.

Nancy, if only the economy would crash and put a million or two people out of work, we might have a chance at taking back the House. Your right Howard, and a huge insurgent attack right before the election on one of our bases in Iraq wouldn't hurt either.

Bottoms up.

Friday, July 07, 2006

Five editors and one columnist resign!

"I just hate to see what has happened to the newspaper." one editor said.

Could it be? Is this the first of many such resignations from the New York Times?

Naw, what were you thinking.

The five editors and one columnist who resigned are from the Santa Barbara News-Press.

Just what has the owner of this fine newspaper been doing to cause such a remarkable shake up at her paper?

Did she publish the classified details of the NSA terrorist surveillance program and tip off the terrorists as to how we were tracking their communications? No that was the New York Times.

Did she publish the classified details of the terrorist financing network (SWIFT) program ? No that would be the New York Times again.

What did she publish or what didn't she want published? What was so terrible?
"For a number of months, there has been a discussion between Mrs. McCaw and senior editors about the direction of the News-Press," said the spokesman, Sam Singer. "She desired to have a stronger emphasis on local news, and these individuals didn't like that emphasis, and so they decided to part company."

Oh and the straw that broke the camels back-
Another dispute involved her reprimand of a reporter and three editors for publishing the address where actor Rob Lowe planned to build his "dream home."

Oh my! How dare she withhold such vital public information! The publics right to know must come first!
Oh wait, that is Bill Keller's line.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

I want your vote and twenty bucks in lottery tickets.

Great to see you here today, I love you Indian guys, you're the fastest growing race in Delaware.

Yes, your right.

Don't I know you?

I'm not sure, have you been in my store?

THATS IT! You own a 7-Eleven or Dunkin Donuts right?

Sort of, I own the Kwik E Mart.

I knew it, you guys own all the stop-n-rob stores in my state.

Mr. Senator, not all Indians are convenience store owners you know.

Yea, yea, I think the receptionist at my dentist is Indian, she nice.

Mr. Senator sir, if you walk into a medical school or a computer science graduate program you would see a large portion of the students are from India.

No kiddin? You mean you can send your kids to medical school by selling donuts? Dang, I'm gonna stop putting my change in the tip jar. Medical school, peddling deep fried dough and slurpies, really?

I think what I am trying to say is there are ten of thousands of doctors and scientists and business owners that don't work at convenience stores or donut shops Mr. Senator sir.

Right, right, well that's cool by me. See you at the slurpie machine big guy!

What a horses ass.