Friday, August 29, 2014

So now it's backup the backup?

As I mentioned in a previous post, my computer picked up a nasty virus a while back. Long story short (it's worthy of several posts) I had to buy a new computer. And I also took my hard drive to Best Buy to get them to copy it onto a flash drive (another long story).

A couple of years ago, I purchased a Seagate 2TB stand-alone hard drive to back up my stuff. Obviously I wasn't done doing that (see above), but I mostly had everything covered.

With my new computer, I'm running Windows 7 (don't like 8 much) and my Seagate drive has been a bit wonky ever since I hooked it up to the new 'puter. I don't know if it is 7's constant powering down/up to save energy or what. But I went to do something the other day and the drive wouldn't respond at all.

Naturally I panicked like a big dog. I do other stuff besides this lightly read blog, and I've got a lot of original material that cannot be duplicated. So I finally manage to get the thing running, everything's in there. But I'm thinking -- better check this little guy out.

I go to Seagate's website and download some diagnostic software and run it on the drive. At one point a dialog box comes up and warns that some data might be lost if I continue, so I should back up the drive before continuing.


This IS the freekin' backup!!! So now I'm expected to backup my backup?! Where does this bizarro world daisy chain end?!

I've still got a pile of zip discs that I was using for backup that are loaded with stuff I'll probably never get out because zip drives are like hen's teeth. How about that flash drive you say? Yeah, great idea. It's USB 3, so that'll be good for what . . . another year before it's obsolete?

I mean, I've got stuff that's USB 2 and supposedly USB 3 is backward compatable. Except . . . maybe it's not . . . or sometimes . . . or never . . . or better get an adapter . . . all depending on which tech site/blog you go to.

Yeah, but the cloud...   Oh yeah, let me store all my one-of-a-kind data on someone else's server, 'cause that's totally secure, right? And there'll never be a problem recovering that from them whenever I want it, right? Yeah.

Like I said, where does it end? We now amass gigabytes and terabytes of data we don't want to lose and there seems to be no perfect solution to archiving it. I don't know what the answer is, but this endless copying and storing of data is both tedious and expensive. And frustrating  :_(

And for no other reason than I have the picture, here's Keira Knightley topless from Interview magazine:

*click for uncensored*
keira knightley topless interview magazine

Saturday, August 23, 2014

Daily Duffster

Hilary Duff gives me a mild chastising for neglecting my Duffster posts:

Hilary duff cute in a hat

Point taken, and golly . . . is she still wearing the hell out of those jeans:

Hilary duff ass in tight jeans

I've mentioned before that I eschew the social media, but I did run across this Instagram pic of Hilary getting her Weeki Wachee on:

Hilary duff bikini


Goodness, Selena Gomez certainly has been workin' it recently

Innocent little Selena Gomez was spotted out and about the other day, rockin' her favorite coochie cutter shorts and some f*ck me boots:

selena gomez short shorts
selena gomez fuck me boots

I say "favorite" shorts because we saw Selena wearing those same shorts to a business meeting earlier in the month. Not sure what the meeting is about, but I'm guessing she got pretty much whatever she wanted while there:

selena gomez ass cheeks

just sayin'

And then yesterday, we see young Selena out to lunch with friends wearing a breezy, practically see-through summer dress and showing some serious sideboob at times:

selena gomez hard nipples
selena gomez sideboob

Goodness indeed. No wonder Bieber shaved off that stupid excuse for a mustache . . . she's got way too much game for him to be behaving like a foolish child if he wants to keep her around this time.

Thursday, August 21, 2014

This is sort of scary

Check out this news flash from our local FOX news affiliate:
TAMPA (FOX 13) - The Tampa Police Department has called on their bomb squad after finding an several weapons inside a Jeep near the University of South Florida main campus.

According to preliminary information from TPD, a National Guardsman, identified as 29-year-old Clay Sidney Allred of North Carolina, fired an AK-47 several times outside of the Mobil gas station at North 30th Street and East Fowler Avenue after getting into an argument with a man inside the store.

Police said Allred shouted ethnic slurs at the man, who then asked him to leave. Allred then allegedly got into his red Jeep Wrangler, pulled out of his parking space, stopped to fire the shots, and took off.

A short time later, an officer pulled Allred over near Fletcher Avenue and Magnolia Drive. The officer arrested him and called for back up after finding several weapons and military gear inside his vehicle.

The bomb squad was called to identify all of the weapons. So far, police said they found several loaded guns, an AR-15, a bat, a hatchet, and a white mask inside the Jeep.

Allred has been charged for aggravated assault related to a hate crime, shooting from a vehicle, and criminal mischief.

Yeah . . . "several weapons" -- check out these images of what they found in this dude's Wrangler:

usf Nat'l guardsman shooting

How about the Scream-esque mask and the hatchet?! This dude's car is loaded up like something out of a Mad Max movie! Can you say psycho?

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Taylor Swift has visible panty lines . . . ass still not included

taylor swift panty lines

Taylor Swift is taking a break from writing songs about ex-boyfriends and is now trying her hand at a pop cd. The country music world is up in arms as though this is the first time a country (if you can call Swift that) artist did a cross-over album or cd. The song's okay, sort of a 80s and 90s mash up . . . hell, if Katy Perry can crank this stuff out, why not Swifty?

The thing will be on heavy rotation on top 40 stations and I'll be interested to see/hear the other stuff on the release. Maybe she's got the songwriting chops to pull this off.

And oh brother, now there's this -- apparently race baiters don't have enough to do with the mess in Ferguson to keep them busy, now they're picking on offensive-as-skim-milk Taylor Swift. A article entitled "Is Taylor Swift's new music video offensive?" asks the burning question about whether a white girl can now have black back-up dancers:
The point of controversy is when Swift appears with a crew of black backup dancers who twerk and break-dance around her. In one scene, Swift crawls under an archway of black women’s asses as they twerk for the camera.
If they had actually watched the vid, the writers of that schlock-fest would have seen that the back-up dancers are both white and black, and may have noticed that Swifty's simply doing a light parody of various video forms and artists.

And speaking of actually watching there's this from a rapper named earl sweatshirt

?!?!?!   Yeah, clever name there brother, hope you didn't pull a muscle coming up with that one . . . sheesh
haven't watched the taylor swift video and I don't need to watch it to tell you that it's inherently offensive and ultimately harmful
So . . . black guy hates on white artist because . . . she's white. Who's being offensive and ultimately harmful here?

And speaking of ass not included, Swifty showed up at the VMA's in an adorable onesey trying to look all fierce and such:

taylor swift vma 2014

But I'm not sure whether to shake my head or what at the fact that she's so skinny she can't fill that thing out. I don't know . . . you can be too thin. But she is cute:

taylor swift vma 2014

Adrianne Palicki joins Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Former Wonder Woman hopeful Adrianne Palicki is slated to join Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. for season two. I don't know if she keeps trying out for this stuff or whether producers keep looking at her rocking body and dramatic face and think they have to get her in one of these comic adaptations. She appeared in the second G.I. Joe movie, so there's that.

Her character will be Mockingbird, real name Barbara Morse, a sort of Black Widow-esque character, which is to say that she doesn't have any special "powers" she's simply a kick-ass gal. The Mockingbird character has been around since the 70s but I'm not familiar with her. She apparently marries Hawkeye (played by Jeremy Renner in the Avengers movie) at some point and goes off to work on some team run by Agent Hill (Cobie Smulders in the Avengers movie).

I'm guessing this is part of MARVEL's attempt to add more universe characters to the series. No complaint on my part, I've liked Palicki since I first saw her in Legion.

Adrianne palicki nipple in complex magazine

Also joining the cast and upping the hotness quotient is Lucy Lawless, who will be playing S.H.I.E.L.D. agent Isabelle Hartley:

lucy lawless see through

Must see tv indeed   :-)

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Rick Perry responds to his absurd indictment

Perry released another response (this time in video form via RickPAC) to the shameless politically motivated indictment of him for vetoing funding for a department run by an out-of-control drunk. Concise and to the point . . . and pretty damning:

It is important to note that the supposed "watchdog" group that pushed for the indictment is an arm of the George Soros wing of the Democratic party, receiving over half a million dollars in funding from the far left billionaire America hater.

These are the same tactics we saw in Texas with the fraudulent indictment of Tom DeLay, later dismissed on appeals, that took The Hammer out of the House of Representatives. And of course, we saw the same thing with Sarah Palin, as she was buried under spurious ethics complaints to the point that she had to resign her Governorship to save the State of Alaska and herself millions in attorney's fees.

With the 2016 Presidential race heating up, and Hilary looking like a complete disaster, the lefties have to make sure they destroy any Republican who looks like they might be gaining a foothold in the public's mind. I, personally, think this will backfire on the Dems. Though Perry may not be the "Debater in Chief" as he retorted during the 08 primaries, he's a seasoned politician and not afraid to swing for the fences in a fight. With even hard left liberals decrying this absurd indictment, this could turn into a sort of Dukakis moment for Dems in the upcoming election.

Cora Deitz has amazing eyes

And the rest of her is pretty amazing as well:

cora deitz topless
cora deitz topless

Monday, August 18, 2014

The cutewatch returns

I used to do this thing on my old blog that I called the Lily Allen Cutewatch because she was always turning up in these adorable outfits, looking zany and huggable before Zooey Deschanel made it popular. Anyway, Lily took some time off, supposedly jaded and disappointed in the music industry and such. But it appears she's back, appearing at the V Music Festival over the weekend in England:

lily allen v music festival

Looking fit and trim and apparently motivated by the shameless self-exploitation of today's pop stars, she's bringing her own brand of smack down on today's divas:

lily allen v music festival

I don't think you need to have slept in a Holiday Inn Express last night to get the Miley references in the wardrobe she's rocking in the set pictured. Also making a comeback is Lily's penchant for casually exposing herself in public, which I don't particularly find objectionable at all:

lily allen nipple v music festival
lily allen nipple v music festival

I did manage to find an old pic of one of Lily's oops-y moments, thought I had more but you get the general idea here:

lily allen exposed boob

Sunday, August 17, 2014

It has begun -- weekly update

Here's this week's updated stats on the pitching adventure that is the balance of the Red Sox season:

  Last appearance
Name record era pi-k innings bb k
Anthony Ranaudo 2-0 4.50 91-61 6.0 1 1
Allen Webster 3-1 4.79 85-56 6.0 3 2
Clay Buccholz 5-7 5.79 110-75 7.0 2 9
Rubby de la Rosa 4-4 3.79 89-53 4.0 4 2
Joe Kelly 2-3 4.67 91-49 4.0 6 3
Brandon Workman 1-5 4.31 96-61 5.1 2 5

Joe Kelly started off a little rough, but settled down in his outing against the Reds, a 3-2 win for the Sox on the strength of a Yoenis Cespedes home run. Cespedes hit the jack after being brushed back by Jonathan Broxton. Kelly also stole a base in that game...might be something fun to watch for in future interleague games with him on the mound.

Anthony Ranaudo got his second win with a 5-4 victory over the Reds that gave the Sox a 5-3 record on their road trip. Ranaudo wasn't overpowering, surrendering 2 homers and 4 runs in his six innings, but was bailed out by Mike Napoli's 2-run shot that sealed the deal.

Webster's start looked like it might devolve into a similar pattern as he walked the first two batters in the second inning, but the youngster managed to right himself and hang on for six fairly solid innings, though he did give up 4 runs. The guys had his back this time as they dropped a 7-run inning of small ball on the Astros to give Webster the win. Out in California, Jake Peavy is just throwing up his hands and wondering where that was all year during his starts.

Clay Buccholz had another quality start ruined as the bullpen blew the 3-2 lead he game them in extra innings in a 5-3 loss. Tough break but if there's silver lining, it's nice to see that Buccholz seems to have found his groove again after a tough comeback from nagging injuries earlier in the year.

de la Rosa went backwards in his last outing, lasting only 4 innings and leaving the Sox in a 6-3 hole that required a David Ortiz' 6 rbi night to get them out of and back into the win column with a 10-7 victory. With two 2-run shots in the game, Ortiz joins Ted Williams and Carl Yaztrezmski as the only Red Sox players with over 400 hrs in a Sox uniform (note to punkish Chris Archer -- yeah, Ortiz is bigger than the game. . .bigger than you'll ever be, that's for sure).

Joe Kelly had a disastrous home opener for the Sox as he got shelled in his four innings of work that left the team in a 7-1 they never climbed out of in their 8-1 loss. In truth, Kelly had some bad luck with a inning ending double play disallowed that resulted in a grand slam that pretty much took everything out of the team. The guys ended up splitting the series with the Astros, which seems appropriate -- two last place teams go 2-2 facing one another.

Tough to take anything much out of this week's work -- some good performances, some decent offense, and plenty of the bad play and bad luck that put these guys in the cellar in the first place. I'd like to see them finish up somewhere around .500 but at 11 games under, I just don't know. They'll need to find something at some point to turn things around   :-(

One thing is not necessarily like the other, and yet . . .

Stacy McCain has been running a long series on his look into the background, practice and politics of radical feminism on his blog this year. One recent story got me thinking about a similarity between the radical feminist viewpoint and the stance of a certain other radical agenda.

McCain comes to the conclusion, and I pretty much agree, that the prevailing opinion of men by feminists is one of hostility. He writes:

This was written by Ms. Anti-PIV at her “Radical Wind” blog, and is an accurate portrayal of the implicit logic of feminism: Accepting the core premise that women (collectively) are oppressed by men (collectively), a woman is led to perceive normal relationships with men as characterized by her “subordination,” as she is “humiliated” and reduced to the status of “dick-socket.” She then makes “equality” the standard by which she judges men; which is to say, she cannot imagine a man who deserves admiration as superior to her in any way. It is impossible for her to “look up” to any man. Indeed, given her description of men — every single one of whom she condemns as abusive, selfish and “inherently violent” – feminism leads her to view males to be decidedly inferior to females. Her “totally impossible” demand of males, to make them suitable as her companions, is that they must accept this hateful verdict against themselves: Men must “understand feminism,” so she will “be able to be feminist with them,” whatever the hell that means.

Men cannot be superior . . . unable to look up to any man (for any reason, presumably) . . . men must accept this degrading worldview to be accepted in the feminist worldview . . . and so on. He points this out again here:

Such is the feminist view of men, of heterosexual relationships, of normal marriage and motherhood. If you are a woman who actually desires those things (romance, a wedding, a husband and children, a family home) then you are not a feminist. You may call yourself a “feminist,” but it’s impossible to reconcile a normal female life with the radical project of overthrowing the patriarchy. And if you’re a woman committed to overthrowing patriarchy (i.e., reducing men to the status of passive drones in a sexless androgynous regime of “equality” where men are only acceptable if they display a masochistic appetite for the companionship of women who despise them)...

His research into the subject is exhaustive, and the findings about how much of this ideology is being vigorously promoted on college campuses around the country is disturbing. As is the push to begin gender neutral indoctrination of children in grade school (uni-sex bathrooms, cross-dressing, etc.) along with the notion that sex-ed should begin at age 10. It's beyond imagining the damage this would do to culture in this country.

Years ago, after 9/11 and with the Iraq War ramping up, I decided to read through the Qu'ran. Because I was curious and wanted to have at least a little first hand knowledge on the source of some of what was going on.

You hear a lot of moderate Muslims talking about how the Qu'ran is all about peace and getting along with everyone. And that may be true, but there's a price to be paid for that peace and getting along and stuff. Islam will tolerate you as a Christian or a Jew . . . if you are willing to publicly admit Islam is the true religion, if you are willing to endure whatever humiliation and degredation is layed upon you as your religion is mocked by Muslims, if you are willing to tithe money to Islam . . . yes, you will be allowed to become a dhimmi and practice your religion. But you must know your place and accept your inferiority.

Doesn't that sound similar to the place radical feminists hope to force men into? I'm not saying there's a connection between the two ideologies, just marveling that these radical viewpoints all seem to have such a humiliating endgame in mind for their enemies.

And just because I'm one of those horrid men who finds women attractive and desirable, here's a couple of pics of Alyssa Arce in her surprisingly unsupporting foundation garments:

Alyssa arce yume magazine
Alyssa arce yume magazine

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Jessica Alba promotes new movie in best way possible

Jessica Alba is out doing the promo blitz routine for Sin City 2 - A Dame to Kill for, and is upping the excitement quotient with some see-through and up-skirt action:

Jessica alba upskirt panty flash
Jessica alba see-through

That's some marketing 101 right there  :-)

Feckless former President slams climate realists

“The biggest problem we have right now is some nutcases in our country who don’t believe in global warming. I think that they are going to change their position because the evidence of the ravages of global warming is coming or is already there.”

Thus spake our 39th President, Jimmie Carter, at the American Renewable Energy Summit recently. Carter was there to accept a lifetime achievement award, presumably because he created the Dept. of Energy back in the day. You remember those days, right? Gas shortages, long lines at the pump, runaway inflation, the misery index . . . yeah, let's give the guy an award for that. See a problem -- create a government agency that can't do a damn thing about it. Typical left-wing optics. Or course, our current President got the Nobel Peace Prize simply for being elected, so . . .

But as Ronald Reagan used to say, "There you go again" with this nonsense about "ravages of global warming."

So where are we, with all the ravaging anyway? Let's see . . .

As I've pointed out in previous posts, we haven't had any global warming for nearly 18 years now.

We haven't had a major hurricane (cat 3-5) make landfall in over 3 years in the U.S., and tornadoes are at a record low for the same period. With the exception of the west coast, the U.S. has been basically drought and wildfire free this year.

Winter snow coverage in the Arctic has increased to record levels over the last 10 years with what they call old ice nearly doubling over the last 3 years. And in the Antarctic, sea ice is at record highs. All this despite the Goreacle's histrionic bleating about disappearing ice flows and stranded polar bears and such. Remember that brave group of scientists who went to the Antarctic to record the plight of the polar bears and document the disappearing ice . . . yeah, trapped in massive ice floes. Perhaps if they had just looked at the satellite data first. Bah, pesky facts, don't let them get in the way of a good photo op, right?

And speaking of Al Gore, his current obsession is flooding, claiming that rising CO2 levels are increasing global flooding. Except no such thing is actually happening. The world's top ten deadliest floods occurred prior to 1976 when global CO2 was at or below 350ppm. In the U.S. we haven't experienced increased flooding in well over 100 years. So what's he on about? The usual. Each time his b.s. is debunked, he repackages it as something else and throws it out there to the flunkies in the press who dutifully run with it, while real scientists scramble to fight the misinformation.

You know, Jimmie seemed okay when he was building houses for the homeless and stuff like that. But now with his anti-Semetic viewpoints and blithering ignorance on climate science, he's just gone off the rails into crazy grandpa territory.

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Late night hotness

Haven't done one of these in a while. And since I'm buried behind the ominous mature content obscura, I might as well have some fun. So here's some vintage see-through action for the one or two courageous folks who dare to look behind the curtain:

carol lynley see through
jill st.john see through
Marilyn Monroe see through
Priscilla barnes see through
Raquel welch see through
tina louise see through
bettie page see through

What Rush Limbaugh actually said

If you have even momentarily grazed across any of the left-wing media outlets, online especially, you've probably come across someone bashing Rush Limbaugh for claiming that Robin Williams killed himself because he was weak or had a left-wing worldview or political leaning.

One of the celeb blogs I troll for saucy images had a piece by the proprietor, who fancies himself the perfect arbiter of righteous indignation. Especially when it comes to bashing conservatives. When the Zimmerman/Martin news broke, this guy (who basically makes d*ck jokes for a living) was screaming racism from the outset. When it turned out that George Zimmerman wasn't an 80 year old white guy, he just doubled down and said all whites were still racist and were to blame for the whole mess.

So this guy went off on Limbaugh, quoting loosely from a Mediate piece (which I did not read) to give the impression that Limbaugh said Williams' leftist worldview left him depressed, apparently enough to kill himself. He then went into a lengthy bit lashing out with every childish insult he could muster, and managed to work in lefty tropes like sexual orientation and religion.


Thing is, if this f*cktard had spent five minutes researching this situation, he could have found the transcript to Limbaugh's radio show that day, and would have found out that none of what got his panties in a wad was actually true.

Well, I took the time and here are some excerpts (emphasis mine) as Rush responds to a caller that is asking if politics is coloring the coverage of William's suicide:

" Washington, the media thinks the world is on fire because of what's happening in the Middle East, your average TMZ viewer thinks the world doesn't make any sense anymore because Robin Williams committed suicide."
"So our last caller from Des Plaines, Illinois, wanted to know, 'What is the politics in the coverage of the suicide of Robin Williams?' Well, I believe there is some. But I don't think that the politics is driving it. I think there was, on the part of media and Hollywood, genuine affection for the guy that is driving it, but there is politics. If you notice the coverage is focused on how much he had, but it wasn't enough."
"He had everything, everything that you would think would make you happy. But it didn't. Now, what is the left's worldview in general? What is it? If you had to attach not a philosophy but an attitude to a leftist worldview, it's one of pessimism and darkness, sadness. They're never happy, are they? They're always angry about something. No matter what they get, they're always angry."
"They [the left and left-wing media] are animated in large part by the false promises of America, because the promises of America are not for everyone, as we see each and every day. I mean, right here there's a story on the Fox News website. Do you know, it says right here, that the real reasons that Robin Williams killed himself are he was embarrassed at having to take television roles after a sterling movie career?"
"He had to take movie roles that were beneath him, sequels and so forth, and he finally had to do television just to get a paycheck because he was in so much financial distress...he had it all, but he had nothing. He made everybody else laugh but was miserable inside. I mean, it fits a certain picture, or a certain image that the left has. Talk about low expectations and general unhappiness and so forth."
"We all only get one life, and I don't think there's anything more precious. And, of course, I think that's something everybody alive takes for granted. Well, not all time, some people don't, obviously. But most people just take it for granted."
"I was just gonna say that there's so many people that believe in heaven that it makes somehow, sometimes life on earth just not worth it, 'cause there is something better out there. And that may be true, but it's still a life wasted, and it's the only one any of us ever get. I have always thought suicide was one of the most depressing tragedies and certainly not something that should be reported on in a way that might make others want to do it. But that's just me."

I've railed plenty of times in the past about the relentless indoctrination of our low information populace. The commenters on that blog were merciless in savaging Limbaugh, and yet not a single one of them had heard the actual radio broadcast or read the transcripts. We live in a country where young voters think a clown on Comedy Central is a newsman, and who think comments they read on blogs like the one I'm talking about here can be taken as gospel without bothering to get the real story. I saw where Twitter lit up about this, even reps from supposedly reputable news organizations where pushing the lie forward.

We live in dangerous times. Get the facts. Use your head. The truth is out there, don't just swallow what you find without question.

Now that's a little better

Hilary Duff released another single off what I'm assuming is an upcoming CD. This one is called All about you and is very much superior to the first release:

A lot less bubble gum and something that sounds more age appropriate for the Duffster. Got a bit of a country vibe to it, and I'm not just pointing to the banjo here . . . sounds like something Carrie Underwood might put out. Could have a fun video for it when the time comes . . . I'm thinking more of a performance piece this time, but we'll see.

Had to dig around in the archives, but I found a pic from a few years ago of Hilary rocking the cowboy boots (and some really short shorts) that'll have to hold us over until the vid comes out:

hilary duff cowboy boots and shorts

Also found this from her Twitter account just yesterday:

hilary duff twitter cleavage

Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Courtney Stodden is getting married . . . sort of

Courtney stodden renews her vows

Okay, technically she's still married to old guy Doug Hutchinson. And what's happening is that they've decided to reconcile and renew their vows in what I'm sure will be a totally tasteful and not at all ostentatious ceremony. And I'm sure this isn't a shameless publicity ploy by two of the most famewhoring folks in Hollywood. 'Cause it's all about the love, am I right?

Courtney stodden renews her vows
Courtney stodden renews her vows
Courtney stodden topless

Monday, August 11, 2014

R.I.P. Robin Williams

And wow! I just saw that Robin Williams is dead. And probably from self-inflicted asphyxia.

Jeepers. Like Robert Downey Jr., Williams' demons had him down for the count for a lot of years. But I thought he had beaten them, cleaned up and was getting on with his life. What a shame.

His old comedy concert from back in the 80s on cable is still one of my all-time favorites. To this day, I've got little phrases embedded in my daily speech from that show. I remember one part where he was talking about how California cops would mess with drivers they figured were coked up -- and he did this exaggerated slo-motion walk and speech then did the part of the driver laughing hysterically while trying to maintain. My best friend, who did a fair amount of coke back in the day was practically crying, he was laughing so hard.

I didn't even google him to see if he has children, I know he's married. My condolences to his family. And I hope he and Jonathan Winters have some laughs together up there.


And now my computer has a virus

Oh yeah, this vacation is getting off on the right foot. First it rains all day, so I can't get anything done outside like I had hoped. Then while working on some computer projects I've been putting off for like, forever, blammo I get this effin' virus that has my computer all locked out. Can't even start the thing in safe mode because whatever it is, it has the keyboard locked out during boot.


So I'm working off my laptop, which I don't do much. It's hard to type on and a bigger problem -- I don't have ftp software loaded into it. So I had to get new software, and contact my hosting company to get new ftp user/pass names . . . sheesh! What a pain in the ass!

And now I'll have to call the nerd squad and pay them to clean out my 'puter . . .

Never ends, does it?

And while she's not a virus, serious cutie Sally Charles is definitely giving me a fever:

sally charles
sally charles
sally charles

So, The Leftovers is still p*ssing me off . . .

But at least the sheriff, played by Mr. Jennifer Aniston, finally hooked up with Nora, played by Carrie Coon:

carrie coon

I like the character of Nora, and Coon has this simple attractiveness to her . . . I just find her hot. I'm sure the writers will poison the relationship since they seem to have this perverse desire to frustrate the viewers at every turn.

Still no answers about pretty much anything. Only more obtuse, supposedly thought provoking dialogues and situations -- ooh, what's that National Geographic mean?


And since we may not get many more looks at Ms. Coon's delightful body, here's a screencap I found from last night's little get together:

carrie coon topless in the leftovers

Sunday, August 10, 2014

It has begun...weekly update

I've decided it's a bit too tedious to keep updating this stuff on a nightly basis, so I think I'll just keep track and then post how the Sox's season ending pitching staff tryouts are progressing on a weekly basis. To wit:

  Last appearance
Name record era pi-k innings bb k
Anthony Ranaudo 1-0 3.00 91-53 6.0 4 2
Allen Webster 2-1 4.91 84-53 6.2 2 3
Clay Buccholz 5-7 5.99 120-76 8.0 2 8
Rubby de la Rosa 4-4 3.21 110-67 7.0 3 8
Joe Kelly 2-2 3.86 97-53 7.0 4 2
Brandon Workman 1-5 4.31 96-61 5.1 2 5

Webster rebounded after his awful performance against the Yankees to get a win along with another solid start from de la Rosa today in a win over the Angels. Buccholz pitched eight strong innings in the 19 inning marathon that ended in a tough loss. Looking at the game stats for each, what stands out is that all the guys are turning in quality starts, i.e., over five innings and need only some decent run support for all to have wins.

Still 15.5 games out and 5.5 behind the Rays for the cellar. A series with the lowly Astros is coming up, which may give Boston a chance to rack up some wins and get some confidence in these young pitchers. Out of the basement may be too much to hope for at this point in the season, but a respectable finish would serve the team well going into next year.

And in really important news, Anastasia Ashley is creating/marketing her own line of jewelry, which should mean even more relentless Instagrammin' of that ass along with the rest of her tight surfer body:

anastasia ashley sideboob jewelry line

Wednesday, August 6, 2014

So how are those tryouts going?

Well, the Sox lost again last night as Junichi Tazawa joined the gang that couldn't throw straight and allowed three consecutive hits in relief to plate the winning run.


Starter Rubby de la Rosa didn't do too badly, going 6 innings and giving up only two runs. So let's add him to our little tracker and we'll see how Joe Kelly, that guy the Sox got for John Lackey, does tonight against his old team.

  Last appearance
Name record era pi-k innings bb k
Anthony Ranaudo 1-0 3.00 91-53 6.0 4 2
Allen Webster 1-1 6.75 71-39 2.2 6 1
Clay Buccholz 5-7 6.20 114-61 5.0 5 5
Rubby de la Rosa 3-4 3.43 94-57 6.0 1 4
Joe Kelly 2-2 3.86 97-53 7.0 4 2

How 'bout that? The Sox won last night's game 2-1 behind a solid outing by new acquisition Joe Kelly who went 7 strong innings and only gave up one run. Took a liner off the leg in the fourth and kept going, so he's got some testicular fortitude as well. Nice debut by the new guy   :-)

I was going to post an uncensored pic here, since I'm all objectionable and mature content now, but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. So you'll have to click on the image to see the nsfw version:

Tuesday, August 5, 2014

So now I'm objectionable?

If you're reading this post, then you saw the message on the way in:
Some readers of this blog have contacted Google because they believe this blog's content is objectionable. In general, Google does not review nor do we endorse the content of this or any blog. For more information about our content policies, please visit the Blogger Terms of Service.


Naturally Google doesn't tell me what's wrong. They don't send me an e-mail and point to what is supposedly objectionable. No, I just get this ambiguous blockade on the front of my blog. So who's complaining?

90% of my blog traffic comes from image searches via various engines. Some from links from chat boards. And some from websites that link me through the Rule 5 framework. If you look at my "followers" section to the right, you'll see only 7 members to this blog and I think only four of those are actually active.

So I don't think there is anyone coming here who didn't know what they were going to find when they got here. And this isn't exactly the Hustler online magazine here. Let's take a look at a few things from my stats area:

The current top ten search terms when I logged on were:
miley cyrus uncensored
adrianne palicki hot
jordan carver bikini
mary katherine ham swimsuit  wtf?!
miley cyrus nipple
amber heard ass
anna faris
christina model
danica mckellar butt

Doesn't look like folks are trying to find bible quotes or deep philosophical ruminations here, know what I mean?

Last month's top ten posts were:
here's something we don't see enough of -- emma watson in a bikini
al gore = still pathetic -- katy perry's bikini bottoms fall off
so what do i think of penny dreadful -- eva green nude
because celebs say the stupidist things -- scarlett johanssen in a bikini
bikinis still > jennifer nicole lee -- various jnl swimsuit malfunctions
anastasia ashley just got my attention -- anastasia's si pictures
daily duffster -- hilary duff in a bikini
rule 5 sunday: girls behaving badly -- catfight images
think i'll pass on lovelace -- amanda seyfried screen caps
sydney leathers got that shovel -- sydney leathers topless bikini pics

So I'm just not getting it. I find it sort of odd that this cropped up after last night's Rule 5 Monday post. Was it the images of Shannon Elizabeth? Or the fact that I mentioned Chloe Grace Moretz? I received a DMCA notice a few years ago that seemed to have been prompted because I simply mentioned Adele in post about her flaming hypocrisy.

I'm going to contact Google about this, but I doubt I'll get any sort of satisfactory answer. Until then, this is me giving them the finger.

Monday, August 4, 2014

It has begun...part 2

Boston lost two of three to the Yankees over the weekend. The guys are finally scoring some runs, but now there's no pitching to shut down the other team.


So how are the pitchers doing so far? Let's see:

  Last appearance
Name record era pi-k innings bb k
Anthony Ranaudo 1-0 3.00 91-53 6.0 4 2
Allen Webster 1-1 6.75 71-39 2.2 6 1
Clay Buccholz 5-7 6.20 114-61 5.0 5 5

On Saturday, Webster couldn't get out of the third inning after walking 5 straight batters. And on Sunday, Buccholz couldn't find the strike zone either, giving back 3 run leads twice. Supposedly, Buccholz is supposed to morph into the grizzled veteran leading a squad of young fireballers, but he can't seem to recover the magic that had him flirting with a 1-ish era at the beginning of last year. Doesn't bode well for a team desperate for veteran leadership on the mound.

They've been blowing Webster's horn for some time now, talking about how highly rated he is. But every time they bring him up, he gets shelled. Farrell is saying it's simply a matter of mechanics -- Webster is too far ahead or out over his foot or something, and that's causing him to miss the strike zone. Whatever. They're giving him another shot in the rotation. But unless they can hypnotize him or something, he simply might not have the mental edge to pitch in the bigs.

Rubby's on the mound for the game tomorrow night. He's been crazy inconsistent this season as well. Still 51 games to go. But someone needs to step up and claim a spot in this rotation or Cherri's gonna be dropping some serious coin in the off-season to find some competent arms to put on the mound for 2015 and beyond.

Rule 5 Monday -- 'cause I'm not gonna post 'em

shannon elizabeth topless

Nope. Nope. Nope.

Over the weekend, images of Kick Ass star Chloe Grace Moretz in a tiny string bikini surfaced. Most celeb blogs had those things posted online at warp speed. Not gonna do that here because she's SEVENTEEN YEARS OLD! for cryin' out loud.

Honestly guys, have a bit of restraint would ya. So you'll have to do with these pics of Shannon Elizabeth that I had laying around. At least she's legal.

*click on the thumbnails for full-sized nsfw uncensored images*

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Rule 5 Sunday suggested by this.