Haters Are Lining Up To Hate Me


It has come to my immediate attention, through a variety of “sources”, i.e. email, Facebook comments, Google+ comments, and published post comments, that there is a select handful of people who remain butthurt over almost everything that is posted here or anywhere I post something. I’ve even been shunned from a few places that I called “homes” because I have become unpopular with their own readers. Other bloggers who have requested that I stop providing a link to their blog on my blog because they don’t want the connection any longer. So be it, it has been done. Here is the catch, the deal if y’all will, 97% of it is because of my LACK of involvement in politics, my LACK in voicing my opinion regularly about religion, my LACK of respect for life in general in the animal kingdom, humans included, and the fact that I’m a racist white fucker because I won’t ever pick a side. What can I say, people need racism, racism makes all parties involved money. Furthermore, because I’m a United States Air Force disabled veteran somehow makes me a leech on the American people. I won’t say I don’t care about others problems simply because we live in a society where everyone else’s problems become our own because people fail to take responsibility for themselves or their problems, so we all get to share. I don’t feel I need to pick a side, I choose to be my own person in my life, and fuck y’all if y’all can’t understand that.

So, because I choose, that’s me making a personal choice here, not to get involved in debates happening in the media or on social media sites, that individuals are feeling slighted by me. Because I choose not to jump on board with what I consider to be not relevant in my own life, people want to become butthurt as if I’m doing or saying something by indirectly not doing or saying anything that people have decided to not visit my blog, respond to social media posts I’ve made, and so forth. Do y’all know how low my numbers are? I’m not saying they were high in any regard to begin with since they have always remained on the low side, which is why it humors me that they can go lower. I don’t have thousands of readers on this blog, I don’t have thousands of follower on the social media hot spots, and I’m not blogging for stats, its just for fucking fun. But then again, that was never my goal, it still isn’t my goal. Hell, if I didn’t need someplace special to post my thoughts and opinions I would be done on the internet altogether. I don’t want to talk about politics, we all know everything about politics is fucked up to one side or the other or the other, we all know that this fact will never change in any way no matter who the president will be or is, we all know that the government is in every single aspect of everyone’s life, and we all know if I bitch about what I don’t like that it will still remain unchanged. As well, we all know that I’m not a religious person, this however, does not make me anti-religion. But, in the eyes of many this means I hate religion and/or people who have religion in their lives. Very untrue, I may disagree with you but I don’t hate you. And, apparently the vegans and vegetarians still have a problem with me personally because I like to eat meat and I post regularly about eating meat. If meat isn’t your thing personally then that is fine with me, but I won’t stop talking about so I don’t offend you.

My messages to the world are done here, people come here and find them, I’m not on the street corner holding up traffic to preach to them, they make a choice to come here, then get pissed or bent out of shape because I post something about an alcohol with a scorpion in it, amongst other reasons, but that one was recent so it stands out. Again, I live my own life, perhaps others would be better off if they made that same choice. I will tell y’all a little secret, even if I had zero followers here or anywhere, quit the social network sites, guess what, even if I was the only one reading my posts or viewing my posts ever again, I would be okay with that. That is how I started out and that is how I’m sure I’m going to finish. Let’s talk a little bit about racism and how because I’m white makes me a racist because I don’t get involved in the “discussion”. Sounds stupid when you read it real slow doesn’t it? Because that’s all y’all got, you have me admitting to be white. Suppose that makes me the devil as well. Moving on, why are there so many anti military people in the United States? Why are there so many anti gun people in the United States? Why are their so many anti law enforcement people in the United States? The answer to those questions aren’t even relevant because people in the United States don’t take responsibility for their own actions, they blame someone/something else and expect to be rescued by the very people they openly hate. I have asked it many times before, as a Nation where would we be if we could not defend ourselves or protect our people? Would that make y’all America haters happy? Don’t call me for help for any reason, not even if you bump your toe in the night. One might need to look in the mirror to re-evaluate who the problem really is.

Do I agree with everything that happens in the world, of course not. Do I turn a blind eye to everything happening in the world, of course not. I do, however, pick and choose my battles carefully because bad choices lead to bad decisions. I really could care less about people in general, everyone has their own reasons to define their own existence, to which I’m no different, I just do business differently. I was taught differently growing up. I learned from the hard lessons in life. I learned to take responsibility. How many of y’all can raise your hands and honestly say you take full responsibility for who you are?

I leave you with something that happened over the weekend. At the rear of my Nissan Pathfinder there is a trailer hitch. It’s visible to the naked eye. It’s there because I regularly haul a trailer. I made a trip to Walmart over the weekend to purchase a few things I needed around the house. I was in Walmart approximately 15 minutes, including check out time. As I approached my vehicle I see there is a woman with a small child standing at the rear of it. I opened my door to put my bag inside and this woman begins screaming, not yelling (I’m married so I know the difference) at me wanting to know what I’m going to do about her now bruised shin because she walked into my trailer hitch. I asked her if she was paying attention to her walking path and she became very irate. This is my fault somehow? Well, since it appeared we were engaged in a “domestic dispute” a kind Walmart patron called the police department to report it. Lucky for us there was an officer already at the store because “tis the season for shoplifting gifts for loved ones”. I was told to leave because she made a choice to put her hands on this female officer while explaining I needed to be arrested for her injury. I know, seems pretty far fetched, but the officer walked her to the patrol car, was placed in the back seat, and she returned to inform me I was free to go since we didn’t even know each other. So, what’s my point in sharing this story? It’s simple. Since she wasn’t paying attention where she was walking she walked into my trailer hitch, which I know from personal experience, hurts like a motherfucker, and then she decided to wait for me to come out of the store to verbally whip my ass. Did I mention little miss potty mouth had a small child with her, oh yea, I did. But, she does not blame herself, she blames me. Why? Because some people just aren’t capable of taking responsibility for their own actions, so she had to blame me for having a trailer hitch exposed. Now I’m sure all Y’all trailer hitch hating fuckers are going to rally against me as well. Perhaps the hitch needs a sticker on it so people would pay attention while walking so close to my vehicle. Maybe she was peeking in the back? Anyway, no hard feelings, not even with you being a raging bitch to me, karma works in mysterious ways, so we’re good.


U.S. Government Shut Down


I know everyone out there has been hearing about the shutdown and here is a look at how a shutdown will work, which parts of the government will close, and which parts of the economy might be affected. So, lets look at what services are going to be affected by the government shutdown as of 01 October 2013. This is only a partial list with short descriptions of each area affected. If you would like more information then I highly recommend doing an internet search or contact your Congressman because asking me won’t yield any more information beyond what you read here. I just thought I would share the information I have read and found with all of you. This is, of course, only about 10% of the information one can find and there is much more “commentary” to be sought out and read. Now that I have went out and read a multitude of information I can tell y’all that I’m real disappointed in our Government and the games they play. Everything the Government does affects you and I at some level or another. Based on that alone it makes me wonder why the American people are treated like dirt when the Government can’t play well together. I hold no political party near and dear to my heart and don’t write this post with a slant towards or away from any particular side. I write this post as an American citizen, a taxpayer, and a father. My concerns go beyond either side wanting to take their toys and go home, my concerns are here because stupid shit like this make us as a country vulnerable and really makes us look stupid in the world’s eye. I know what the world thinks of the United States of America means very little to most people, but I still care.

Federal Employees

  • About 800,000 federal employees are not furloughed and will not be paid. Already hit hard by several unpaid furlough days caused by sequestration this year some workers have begun lobbying to receive back pay in the event of a shutdown. While Congress agreed to retroactively pay them during previous shutdowns, the fractured nature of this Congress makes such a step unlikely.

U.S. Military

  • The military’s 1.4 million active-duty personnel will stay on duty, but their paychecks initially faced a threat of delay. Amid the division, the House passed – and Obama signed – a bill to ensure their checks would still be delivered on time. “You and your families deserve better than the dysfunction we’re seeing in Congress,” Obama said.
  • About half of the Defense Department’s civilian employees are furloughed.

Public Health

  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are facing a reduced ability to detect and investigate disease outbreaks. The annual influenza program – the one that tracks the flu and helps people get flu shots – has been shut down. The CDC has also stopped offering its usual assistance to state and local authorities, who rely on the agency for help in tracking unusual outbreaks.
  • The National Institutes of Health will continue to treat patients at its hospital center, but no new clinical trials will begin.


  • None of our live animal cams will broadcast during the shutdown. The cams require federal resources, primarily staff, to run and broadcast. — National Zoo (October 1, 2013)
  • The animals at the National Zoo are being cared for, but the zoo, like all Smithsonian museums, is closed to the public. The live animal cams have been shut down. That’s right, Congress’ inability to reach a deal means no more panda cam, America.


  • NASA will furlough almost all of its employees, though it will continue to keep workers at Mission Control in Houston and elsewhere to support the International Space Station, where two Americans and four others are deployed. The National Weather Service will keep forecasting weather and issuing warnings, and the National Hurricane Center will continue to track storms.


  • Federal air traffic controllers will remain on the job and airport screeners will keep funneling passengers through security checkpoints, though some airports have warned of delays at security. Federal inspectors will continue enforcing safety rules.
  • The State Department will continue processing foreign applications for visas and US applications for passports, since fees are collected to finance those services. Embassies and consulates overseas will continue to provide services to American citizens.


  • Federal courts will continue operating normally for about 10 business days after the start of a shutdown, roughly until the middle of October. If the shutdown continues, the judiciary would have to begin furloughs of employees whose work is not considered essential. But cases will continue to be heard.
  • The US supreme court is scheduled to begin its new term on October 7. In previous government shutdowns, it continued to operate as normal.


  • Deliveries will continue as usual because the US Postal Service receives no tax dollars for day-to-day operations. It relies on income from stamps and other postal fees to keep running.

District of Columbia

  • The city, which does not have autonomy over its own budget, briefly flirted with the idea of using the potential shutdown to make a stand when mayor Vince Gray moved to designate all city employees “essential,” thereby avoiding the cuts in services like libraries that were expected. Some District politicians were willing to go so far as to get arrested over the show of defiance, but on Friday the city’s lawyers approved using a $144m contingency fund to make up the difference when the federal government funds dry up.
  • Weddings, however, are on hold in the city.

Homeland Security

  • The majority of the Department of Homeland Security’s employees will stay on the job, including uniformed agents and officers at the country’s borders and ports of entry, members of the Coast Guard, Transportation Security Administration officers, Secret Service personnel and other law enforcement agents and officers. US Citizenship and Immigration Services employees will continue to process green card applications.

Veteran’s Services

  • Most services offered through the Department of Veterans Affairs will continue because lawmakers approve money one year in advance for the VA’s health programs. Veterans will still be able to visit hospitals for inpatient care, get mental health counseling at vet centers or get prescriptions filled at VA health clinics. Operators will still staff the crisis hotline and claims workers will still process payments to cover disability and pension benefits.
  • But those veterans appealing the denial of disability benefits to the Board of Veterans Appeals will have to wait longer for a decision because the board will not issue any decisions during a shutdown.
  • Some key benefits will continue and the VA hospitals will remained open. But many services will be disrupted. The Veterans Benefits Administration will be unable to process education and rehabilitation benefits. The Board of Veterans’ Appeals will be unable to hold hearings.
  • What’s more, if the shutdown lasts for more than two or three weeks, the Department of Veterans Affairs has said that it may not have enough money to pay disability claims and pension payments. That could affect some 3.6 million veterans.


  • The Department of Housing and Urban Development will not be able to provide local housing authorities with additional money for housing vouchers. The nation’s 3,300 public housing authorities will also stop receiving payments, although most of these agencies have enough cash on hand to provide rental assistance through the end of October.


  • The Department of Homeland Security will no longer operate its E-Verify program, which means that businesses will not be able to check on the legal immigration status of prospective employees during the shutdown.

Law Enforcement

  • Although agencies like the FBI and the Drug Enforcement Agency will continue their operations, the Justice Department will suspend many civil cases for as long as the government is shut down.

Parks & Museums

  • The National Park Service will close more than 400 national parks and museums, including Yosemite National Park in California, Alcatraz in San Francisco, and the Statue of Liberty in New York. The last time this happened during the 1995-96 shutdown, some 7 million visitors were turned away. (One big exception was the south rim of the Grand Canyon, which stayed open only because Arizona agreed to pick up the tab.)

Regulatory Agencies

  • The Environmental Protection Agency will close down almost entirely during a shutdown, save for operations around Superfund sites. Many of the Labor Department’s regulatory offices will close, including the Wage and Hour Division and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration. (The Mine Safety and Health Administration will, however, stay open.)

Financial Regulators

  • The Commodity Futures Trading Commission, which oversees the vast U.S. derivatives market, will largely shut down. A few financial regulators, however, such as the Securities and Exchange Commission, will remain open.

Social Security

  • The Social Security Administration will retain enough staff to make sure the checks keep going out. But the agency won’t have enough employees to do things like help recipients replace their benefit cards or schedule new hearings for disability cases.

Visas & Passports

  • The State Department says it will keep most passport agencies and consular operations open so long as it has the funds to do so, although some activities might be interrupted. (For instance, “if a passport agency is located in a government building affected by a lapse in appropriations, the facility may become unsupported.”)


Parts of the information gathered and re-used here today came from The Guardian and was used without their permission. Other parts of information were gathered and re-used today here from the Washington Post and was used without their permission. The pictures were borrowed from the internet using a Google search. As far as everything else, well, I guess that all belongs to yours truly.