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March 30, 2008

I’m a gossip maven!

According to Google this fine Sunday morning, I’m hits no. 4 and 5 under the topic: “daughters american revolution gossip”

Darling, the reception will be in my garden on Thursday afternoon. Please be sure to bring your certified genealogical records for admission . . .

SOCIAL NOTES FROM NEWPORT.; Daughters of the American Revolution

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Heard Around Town March 2008 – Huntsville Gossip

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Daughters of the American Revolution and other unmentionables

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Daughters – Blog Toplist

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As soon as I get my legs waxed and bits retracted, I’ll conquer the Junior League!

March 27, 2008

I demand a recount!

Filed under: humor, I'm not gay, nuclear weapons, nukes — Tags: , , , , — Frontier Former Editor @ 10:56 pm

And the Florida bases ought to be a hoot, especially if they finish before all the other bases . . .


Now we get to see just how well arithmetic has been promoted among the U.S. nuclear Strategic Integrated Operation Plan by the Bush administration . . . (courtesy of that network hosting that dreamy Anderson Cooper – well, he’d be dreamy if I swung that way, which I don’t – CNN)

Pentagon: Inventory ordered of all U.S. nukes

From Barbara Starr

WASHINGTON (CNN) — Defense Secretary Robert Gates has formally ordered the Air Force, Navy and Defense Logistics Agency to conduct an inventory of all U.S. nuclear weapons and nuclear weapon-related materials to make sure all items are accounted for, according to a Pentagon memo released Thursday.

Defense Secretary Robert Gates orders an inventory of all U.S. nuclear weapons and related materials.
The order comes in the wake of the discovery last week that four nuclear warhead fuses were accidentally shipped to Taiwan in 2006.

Gates’ memo, issued Wednesday, calls for all items to be accounted for by serial number.

Pentagon officials said at a news conference Tuesday that Gates would call for the review in addition to a full investigation into how the shipment to Taiwan from a Defense Logistics Agency warehouse happened 18 months ago.

The inventory review, which will involve thousands of items, is due to Gates in 60 days. Pentagon officials said the request was ordered, in part, because this latest incident comes after the August 2007 accidental flight of six nuclear-tipped cruise missiles on a B-52 bomber across the country.

“At a minimum, your report should include the results of the inventory and your personal assessment of the adequacy of your respective department or agency’s positive inventory control policies and procedures,” Gates said in the memo.

Four officers — including three colonels — were relieved of duty last year after a B-52 bomber mistakenly carried six nuclear warheads from North Dakota to Louisiana, the Air Force said.

A six-week investigation uncovered a “lackadaisical” attention to detail in day-to-day operations at the bases involved in the incident, an Air Force report said.

I’m of the mind that this is one area where the Bush administration take full advantage of the private sector – hire college students and other non-traditional workers to do the inventory starting at midnight and finishing within four hours so the floor crew can get the buffing done before 6 a.m.

The only problem is; having to remove all those pink and yellow count tags before using the bombs and cruise missiles.

September 3, 2007

I’ve been mean to Larry Craig, and he deserves it . . .

Filed under: Editorial, humanism, I'm not gay, Larry Craig, politics, public restrooms — Frontier Former Editor @ 8:03 pm

but not because of what may be misconstrued remarks on my part.

In and of itself, one’s sexuality is not really a concern for me. Straight, gay, lesbian, bi . . . I’ve got other things to worry about. If I’m going to like or dislike somebody, there’s better reasons to do so.

If Larry Craig was gay and had been trolling for consensual sex in a bar or other appropriate social setting . . . the power to him.


September 2, 2007

Just relax and take it in an inch at a time . . . .

Filed under: food, humor, I'm not gay, KY Jelly, pizza, straight men, workplace — Frontier Former Editor @ 10:29 pm

Probably the only high point of working Saturday – other than the worthless, incompetent, favorite-playing Limey supervisor that Great Britain was smart enough to chase from their shores to Southwest Virginia and my workplace – was the fat, stupid bastard who embarassed himself in front of about 50 fellow call representatives.

No, not me. I’m a fat, hateful bastard.

The fat, stupid bastard I’m referring to already has a Nero and movie-character ‘Fat Bastard’ reputation. Back in January, when management saw fit in their infinite wisdom to hold a cookout right at the time we get our Alberta clipper, FSB (not to be confused with moi, FHB) terrorized four of us as we were waiting in line inside for a tray of burnt offerings to be grilled and brought to the buffet line. As we stood polite and drone-like, the ‘chef’ brought in the burgers and placed them at the serving table.

Two seconds later, Jabba the Hutt with a crewcut burst in, yelled ‘FOOD!’ and cut in front of us. Thankfully, no one had limbs within a foot of the tray, but we all agreed later that about 8 to 10 patties disappeared in his wake.

Fast forward to Sept. 1, 2007: FSB and two other women are discussing whether or not to order pizza delivery (I doubted that there was enough Teamster and sealift capacity around to serve him, but I digress.)

One of the women suggests – without giggling – that they order a large pizza. FSB asks how big it is. She replies ‘Sixteen inches.’


I know that at least 10 people laughed their asses off within three seconds of his remark. I was one.

If I ever get wind that he’s ordered a pizza, I’m going to wait out front for the delivery guy and slip him $10 to include a tube of KY or Astroglide in the box.

September 1, 2007

Larry never lost his head, even when he was soliciting head . . .

at the Minnie,

St. Paul Airport,


And all the Senate pages were goin’ doo, da doo, da doo, da doo da doo, doo, da doo . . . .

 This one’s for you, Larry . . . .

August 30, 2007

Eine kleine Craigmusik . . .

Hey Larry, this song did wonders for Jon Voight and Dustin Hoffman. Maybe one day everybody’ll stop talkin about you . . .

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