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Lady Heather - (02/09/06) This is an incredible character. She radiates raw, intelligent sexuality, but there is so much more. This woman has a laser-sharp crap detector, is very confident in herself, and seems to want to bring out the best in whoever is around her. She does not want to convert you to her point of view, but she does expect you to overcome whatever barriers are preventing you from thinking about it. Melinda Clarke should get some award for her portrayal; her eyes are unbelievable.


Lara Spencer - (02/11/06) This woman is hot in so many ways. I hope she's happy wherever she is, but she ought to be back on Good Morning America.

Larry Flint - (02/12/06) This is one of the most repulsive people in the country today. I don't like him, and I don't like his magazine. That's why I don't buy Hustler. He's free to print whatever he wants, because the United States Constitution says he can. Why do so many people put so much effort into violating his right to a free press? His magazine sells because people buy it, and it's their right to buy it. Instead of fighting him- and it says a lot about the people fighting him that they can't beat a guy in a wheelchair- those folks ought to put more effort into being a better example of humanity. Before trying to fix the world, first fix yourself. Leave Larry alone. The proper way for Hustler to be eliminated is for the buyers to choose, on their own, to stop buying. The improper way is to try to use the law to violate the Constitution.

Las Cruces

Lee Greenwood

Lemonaide - (02/09/06) That cool refreshing drink!

Leonard Nimoy


Liberals - (02/06/06) From John Wayne's bio entry on the Internet Movie DataBase:

"I have found a certain type calls himself a Liberal...Now I always thought I was a Liberal. I came up terribly surprised one time when I found out that I was a Right-Wing Conservative Extremist, when I listened to everybody's point of view that I ever met, and then decided how I should feel. But this so-called new Liberal group, Jesus, they never listen to your point of view..."

"I think that the loud roar of irresponsible liberalism. . . . is being quieted down by a reasoning public. I think the pendulum is swinging back. We're remembering that the past can't be so bad. We built a nation on it. We have to look to tomorrow."

"Very few of the so-called liberals are open-minded. . . . They shout you down and won't let you speak if you disagree with them"








Marshall Clements - (02/09/06) Dude, we need you! You did a great job, and you deserve your retirement. May the worms never wiggle off your hook!



Mel Gibson (see also The Passion of the Christ)

Michael Jeter - (02/11/06) If there was any question as to the depth of this man's talent and the void the loss of this talent has created, check out Mr. Noodle's Brother on Sesame Street or Eduard Delacroix of The Green Mile. He briefly appeared in Jurassic Park III (the brevity was, of course, because he was eaten). A master talent has been stilled.

Michael Savage - (02/11/06) You tunes in and you takes your chances. I prefer to listen to the lifters rattle when I drive.

Military - (02/07/06) "People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf." George Orwell



Monty Python




National Anthem

National Atomic Museum


Neal Boortz


New Mexico

New Mexico Spaceport

Nuclear Power

Nuclear Weapons (see also Biological Weapons, Chemical Weapons)


Obesity (see also Fat People)

Occam's Razor

Offensive Speech (see Freedom from Offense)

Oil (see Petroleum)

Olive Oil

Olympics - (02/12/06) Good luck and all that, but I just don't care. I'd be a lot more interested if I could just download video of the few sports I might be interested in watching.


Organ Donation

Organic Foods - (02/10/06) All foods are organic. Ask any chemist. Some people eat inorganic things, such as dirt, but they aren't food. A carrot grown using pesticides and artificial fertilizers are no less organic than a carrot grown in cow crap. The people promoting "organic" foods clearly spend so much time playing with crap they can't tell when they are spewing it.

I'd like to eat food with fewer pesticides. That's why I promote the use of genetic engineering to find ways to make plants more inherently resistant. I also take the time to wash my fresh fruits and vegetables. Going without fertilizers and pesticides is simply not an option, because using so-called "organic" growing methods do not produce the same yields. Going back to the farming techniques of even a hundred years ago will not produce enough food for the existing population, and I don't see anyone pushing "organic" techniques volunteering to help reduce the surplus population.

The American public does have an unrealistic expectation of what food should look like. I buy a lot of fresh food from roadside vendors, and sometimes for less money than the big box boys charge.

Organized Religion




Passing Judgment - (02/07/05) "Judge not lest ye be judged" is often quoted by those who know they are doing something wrong and are trying to avoid responsibility. Pointing out that someone is doing something wrong is not passing judgment. If you are driving faster than the posted speed limit and I point this out, *I* am not passing judgment. Similarly, if I point out that homosexuality is a sin, *I* am not passing judgment. I'm merely stating a fact, no different that if I stated the usual color of the sky in the day is blue. If you feel guilty, then *you* are making a moral judgment about yourself. Pointing out wrongdoing, in and of itself, is not passing judgment. On the other hand, shouting "Yer gonna fry in hell, ya fag!" *is* passing judgment and is absolutely wrong. Pointing out wrongdoing is not passing judgment, but saying or even implying a particular punishment is (and there is *no* such implication in a simple statement of fact). Assaulting someone is a pretty good clue that you *are* passing judgment.


Patricia Clarkson - Sweet, sweet voice and a face to match. Wonderful to watch.

Patrick Stewart

Patriotism - (02/06/06) From John Wayne's bio entry on the Internet Movie DataBase:

"I am an old-fashioned, honest-to-goodness, flag-waving patriot."

"It's kind of a sad thing when a normal love of country makes you a superpatriot."


Petroleum - (02/07/06) One of the dumbest things I've seen is motor oil in plastic tubs. What a waste. The oil that went into that plastic should have gone into gasoline. What was wrong with the old paper cans?

If you want to protest oil, *don't drive to the protest site*.

Plastic Surgery


Pledge of Allegiance - (02/12/06) I believe there is something fundamentally wrong with the US Pledge of Allegiance as it currently stands. We shouldn't be pledging allegiance to a flag- a flag is just a symbol. I like the US flag, but in the end, it's merely a symbol. We should be pledging allegiance to the country. My version of the pledge would be: "I pledge allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of America, and to the republic which it creates; One nation of many people, united in common cause, striving to bring liberty and justice to all." What really differentiates my version from the official version is that we are not pledging allegiance to an object. The Constitution is not merely a symbol, it forms the basis for the government we have today. Pledging allegiance to the Constitution and the Republic is not pledging allegiance to any person, including the President, but rather, pledging allegiance to the nation, which is as it should be. This means disobeying a direct order from the President that violates the Constitution, if necessary.



Poor People

Potty Parity - (02/12/06) "Parity" is the name given to the intentional bias against men when it comes to public restrooms. Intentionally providing fewer outlets for men is somehow supposed to make things better for women. Women don't behave the same way that men do, so it's little wonder there is a longer line for women. It's not a bathroom problem, it's a behavioral one. Perhaps if women behaved more like men when it came to the loo, there would be less crowding. Men don't go to socialize, and we don't go in groups.

Keep quiet, go in, sit down, piss, wipe, wash *and leave* and you'll be amazed at how much faster it goes. *Don't go* just because your friend wants to go. Remove the stalls and you can make room for more toilets, if you crowd them like urinals. But don't call it "parity" or "equity" when you intentionally cheat males to make up for the behavior of women.


Premarital Sex

Prescription Drug Benefits

Private Enterprise

Private property

Private Schools



Public Broadcasting System

Public Education

Public Schools

Purpose of Government


2006 Scott Hedrick

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