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30 November, 2007

Merry Christmas

We at Maddog Speaks want to wish you a very Merry Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Winter Solstice,Yuletide, Haj and Tet. Season's Greeting, Happy Holidays, Good Shopping and Enjoy Your Winter Break.

29 November, 2007

The Computer's First Christmas Card

The Computer's First Christmas Card


BY EDWIN MORGAN, 1973 Edwin Morgan was a senior lecturer In English at the University of Glasgow in 1973. His works include verse translations of BEOWULF and contributions to the ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITTANICA as well as poems, translations and reveiws.

26 November, 2007

Candid Camera

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25 November, 2007

Putin Says- "Pimp My MiG"

Technically, "Pimp my Sukhoi". On November 25, 2007, the Russian Air Force accepted it's first batch of upgraded Sukhoi-24 fighter bombers. The Su-25 is the Soviet response to the American F-111. Having been in service for 32 years, it now sports the latest electronics and gadgets. Flat screen instruments, GPS and smart bombs are just some of the improvements.

While the upgraded Sukhoi is another step in Russian President Putin's path to making Russia a military superpower again, it also gives credence to another concern in the West. Take a look at this MiG-25.To prevent capture or destruction during Desert Storm, the Iraqis buried this MiG-25. Designed in the 1960's it was long feared as a "premier" fighter. It has since been reduced to an airborne target for Western fighters. Or so we thought. The MiG pictured in the picture above looks like a MiG-25 but it has been "pimped" as well. Old on the outside, everything inside is new. Electronics, engines, weapons. All courtesy of the French. This gives rise to speculation about how helpful the French have been.

Consider the plight of the Iranian F-14 Tomcats. Back in the 1970's the U.S. sold a bunch of Tomcats to the Shah of Iran. He was deposed and the planes fell into the hands of the Mullahs. Rumors abound of how the American technicians sabotaged the weapon systems before they were kicked out of the country. Coupled with a parts embargo by the U.S. this reduced the Iranian F-14 fleet to museum pieces. The last time they were used in combat was during the Iran/Iraq war of 1980 and even then they were used as airborne controllers rather than weapons.
In light of the upgrade of the Sukhoi and the story of the "Buried MiG", a question has to asked. Have the Iranians upgraded their Tomcats? Intelligence estimates are still guarded. A F-14 "pimped" by the French (or Russians) poses a real challenge to the U.S. and her allies.

22 November, 2007

Redneck Terror Alerts

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Put this on your site

21 November, 2007

Macy's Balloons Ready to Fly

Toilet Bowls are Bowls at This Eatery

Election 08- Rednecks Speak Out

Y'all pay attention now, Y'hear.

20 November, 2007

300- Now with Cats

Red Chinese Sub Surprises USS Kitty Hawk

November 10, 2007-Oh shit! The aircraft carrier U.S.S. Kitty Hawk (CV-63) was in the Pacific, conducting an exercise with her battle group. On day two of the exercise she got a rude surprise from an uninvited guest.

A Song class submarine of the Chinese navy penetrated the defenses of the battle group and surfaced within visual range of the U.S.S. Kitty Hawk. The sub had remained undetected throughout it's approach. This placed the U.S. carrier well within the range of the sub's Yu-4 torpedoes and her Yingji-82 anti-ship missiles.

The Song class is a recent Chinese design with the flag ship first putting to sea on 25 May, 1994 (pennant number 320). The Chinese Navy has launched three of these boats, the last one in November 2003.

The advanced design of the sub, some intelligence officials have noted has benefitted from the transfer of U.S. techonolgy to China during the Clinton Administration.

The incident led to tense diplomatic exchanges, with shaken American diplomats demanding to know why the submarine was "shadowing" the U.S. fleet while Beijing pleaded ignorance and dismissed the affair as coincidence.

The U.S. Navy has been given a serious wake up call.

19 November, 2007

My Husband is Staying at Disneyland

Anaheim, Calif.- Disneyland temporarily shut down the popular "The Pirates of the Caribbean" ride when park officials noticed a woman pouring an unknown powder into the water. When questioned, the woman said it was "baby powder".

It is suspected that this is another example of visitors leaving the ashes of their loved ones at the popular amusement park.
Disneyland Resorts spokesman Rob Doughty said he couldn't confirm that.

"It used to happen every once in a while at the Haunted Mansion, but now it's happening more."

Without written permission, it's a misdemeanor violation of the state Health and Safety Code to scatter human ashes on private property, but enforcement is difficult. Officials say the ashes pose no health threat.

"I can tell you that we do get people from time to time asking for permission to sprinkle ashes. Our policy is when we are asked for permission, we deny the request," Doughty said. "Beyond that, we don't know."

18 November, 2007

What's in Your Wallet - The Amero?

Have you heard of the Amero? I bet you haven't. If things go according to plan it will become a big part of your life. Especially if you live in the United States. You see, it's replacing the U.S.Dollar.
While you screaming "Hell No!", I might take a little time to give you some history. I was stationed in Germany from 1985 until 1990. When I got there, the Deutchmark was doing pretty good and you had to show your passport (or military I.D.) to cross the border into France or Belgium.

The DM was at it's high point in 1985 and declined steadily until I left. As talk about a European Union grew, the passport checkpoints were dropped. You could then blow right across the French border at about 100mph.

The family took advantage of this one weekend and went to Luxembourg. I wanted to go to the American Cemetery there and visit Patton's grave. While there we had lunch in Luxembourg City. After lunch we did some sight seeing and came across the Capitol Building for the United States of Europe. I was impressed with the flag.
In 1990 as I was leaving Europe there was talk of the Euro. A common European currency that France and The United Kingdom were fighting against, tooth and nail. As you might know, the Euro is now the single currency in Europe.

So much for the history lesson. Almost. By now you might be getting the feeling you've heard of this somewhere before. Does the term NAFTA sound familiar? The North American Free Trade Agreement allows for international trucking to travel unrestricted from Mexico to Canada. Sound familiar?

Now here comes the Amero.
For now it's a hypothetical currency. The proposed single currency for North America. It is the idea of Canadian conservative Herbert G. Grubel.
Is the Amero the next logical step in the creation of the North American Union? I think so. I also think not enough people are taking this seriously. Like the frog slow boiled in the pot, the Globalization of the U.S. is coming at us slowly, incrementally like it was in Europe.

Have faith True Believers! There are a couple of significant obstacles for implementing the European model here in good 'ol North America.

1. The U.S. Constitution forbids the use of foreign currency in Article 1, Section 8; which states that the United States Congress has the right to “coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and measures;”. The U.S. Constitution has to be rewritten or weakened.

2. The U.S. Dollar is currently the defacto international currency. The U.S. Dollar needs to be weakened. This already happening. Read more about this.

3. The American citizenry is armed courtesy of the Second Amendment. An armed revolt is a distinct possibility should any attempt be made to abolish the Constitution and fold the U.S. into a North American Union. The U.S. public needs to be disarmed. Keep this in mind the next time the gun debate is in the news.

At this point the Amero remains hypothetical but is also on the edge of becoming a reality. The coins pictured here are parodies designed by Daniel Carr. Carr offers these parodies to focus attention on the debate for and against the Amero. He urges, as do I that the U.S. public voice their opinions whatever they may be about the Amero.

I am against the Amero in theory and application. I fear that it is a harbinger of attempts to destroy the Constitution and subvert the U.S. into the One World Order .

What do you think?

17 November, 2007

Unknown Sealife Caught on Camera

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Man is Hit in Head with Shovel

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The Mexican 300

16 November, 2007

Stumbling Around StumbleUpon

It's nice to to read a good website over morning coffee. This happened today when fellow stumbler DeMerchant sent me his site. Awash in a sea of the meaningless emo flotsum of MySpace and YouTube, StumbleUpon is an island of quality. Sometimes. As it has gained in popularity, Stumbleupon has had its share of flotsam. Demerchant heads the nail on the head in his self-proclaimed rant and is trying to separate the chaff from the wheat. His point is, "Are you a good Stumbleupon friend?" Do you really share common interests? Do you take the second and give a "Thumbs Up" to pages your friends share with you? Do you exchange ideas by leaving reviews? Or are you just mindless surfing and couldn't care less one way or another.

If you have taken the time to read this post to this point, you're a good candidate to take the time to review it on Stumbleupon. Or at least give it a thumbs up. You'll find the icon conveniently placed at the end of this post. A feat that took me a whole morning to figure out how to program (Thank you).

Along with stumbleupon, I've got a couple of other blogs and pages out there on the web. As a publisher, I'm always looking for the "Hat Trick". That is to say, a thumbs up, a stumble review and a comment on the blog. As a stumbler I do not lose sight that Stumbleupon is a Social Website. Kind of a MySpace for thinking people, dare I say adults. I have had better conversations sending pages back and forth here than anywhere else. Well except for my forum. So get with it people. A thumbs up is nice but I really want to know what you are thinking.

Prison Thriller

This is a oldie but a goodie. Honestly, "Thriller" has always been one of my favorites even if Mike's a pervert. The inmates of Cebu Provincial Detention and Rehabilitation Center in the Philippines have WAY to much time on their hands.

What's up with the "girl friend" in this video?

World's Smallest Revolver

Seeing is believing...

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This is Why I Don't Fly R.C. Planes

I'd really,really like to but here are a few reasons why I don't.

Windows Live Sucks

I didn't like it in beta and I hate "Windows Live" now that they have "Switched me for free". Thanks, but no thanks. I've sat here to two hours and have sent out four emails. Every one of them had this message:

Windows Live Hotmail couldn't send your message because the server was busy. Please try again later.


Do you notice what time I'm posting this? It's not peak time!

The email addresses are jacked up. Got forbid you forward something with gifs attached. You have to remove them one by one. The email I was forwarding had 12 of them. I gave up.

They have the chutzpah to ask me to "upgrade" to the "full" version. Full of what? Shit?

Anyone have similar experiences?

I going to check out gmail.

14 Year Old Drives Dad's New Mustang

15 November, 2007


No back story. No context. You decide....

12 November, 2007

Funniest Picture Ever!

Jail Break Goes Badly

No, I'm not going to tell you what happens.

Movie Announcement Update

You know those annoying movie anouncements they show before the feature? Do you ever pay close attention to them? Do you blow them off? Do you even have a cell phone?

To reach out to a younger audience, this one is being test marketed.

I bet you'll pay attention now.

10 November, 2007

Best Revenge

Works great with sisters and best friends too.

08 November, 2007

Washoe, a Chimp of Many Words, Dies at 42

It was announced on October 31, 2007 that Washoe an African chimpanzee was dead at the age of 42.

Washoe 1965-2007

"So what?", you might ask. Washoe was a special chimp. She could talk. No, not like "Planet of the Apes". She was taught to used American Sign Language.

Over the years, her vocabulary expanded. She also "made up" words. Swan, for instance was "water bird". Watermelon was "drink food". She had a life long fascination with shoes. She would always check out the shoes worn by visitors to her compound.
She'd chat about them and their color and such.

When she finally mated, researchers were keen to see if she would teach ASL to her offspring. On one amazing day, researchers were entering her compound to check on her and her babies. They were startled when her mate became enraged and charged them. An enraged full grown male chimp is a fearsome, dangerous thing. Don't confuse them with baby chimps wearing hats.

As a reflex, a researcher flashed the sign for "stop" and to their amazement the male stopped dead in his tracks. Taking the opportunity, the researcher signed "What's wrong?" The male then signed, "Babies sick, Washoe upset".

In addition to teaching her mate, Washoe did indeed go on to teach her children. But she remained the most "talkative" of the troop.

She was named for Washoe County, Nevada, where she was raised and taught to use ASL.

After a short illness. Washoe died in bed at age 42, surrounded by staff members and other primates who had been close to her.

Washoe had lived at Central Washington University since 1980; on October 31, 2007, officials from the Chimpanzee and Human Communication Institute on the CWU campus announced that she had died the previous day.

Extreme Sky Diving

This is her ninth jump.

See her fourth jump to see what's involved.

06 November, 2007

Thompson Asks for Aide's Resignation

So you're running for President of the United States. You find out that a trusted friend was convicted of a crime. What do you do?

If you're Fred Thompson you ask for and accept their resignation.

Phil Martin, a businessman who has lent Thompson his private jet to fly around the country, was one of four campaign co-chairmen for the '08 Republican candidate. The Washington Post reported Sunday that Martin also posted a guilty plea in 1979 for selling 11 pounds of marijuana and a no contest plea in 1983 for cocaine trafficking and conspiracy.

If you're Hillary Clinton you put them on your staff in an "unofficial" capacity.

Sandy Berger was fined $50,000, placed on probation and stripped of his security clearance for three years after pleading guilty to stealing classified documents from the National Archives in 2003 as he prepared to meet with the 9/11 Commission. The news of what he had done led to his departure from the presidential campaign of Democratic Sen. John Kerry in 2004.

Honestly (pun intended), who would you want in the White House?

Ben Underwood

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Bush Announces War on Zombies

TV Commercial Blooper

Audition for TV commercial goes horribly wrong.

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04 November, 2007

U.S. Plans to Nuke New York

Is a Second More Deadly 9/11 Now In the Works? There are good reasons to believe so

by Richard Franklin

As you know, a B-52 bomber was equipped with six nuclear warheads mounted on Advanced Cruise Missiles and then flown from Minot Air Force Base in North Dakota to Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana on August 30. They were mounted on the wings of the bomber.

According to Michael Madsen's sources, a group of officers within the US Air Force became aware of the theft of these missiles and their nuclear warheads and intercepted them at Barksdale.

After this event somehow leaked to the media, the White House apparently scrambled to concoct a story to account for the theft. They came up with a lulu. They told us it was all a 'mistake'. The six nuclear warheads had been mistakenly mounted on Advanced Cruise Missiles, which were then mistakenly mounted on the wings of the B-52, and then mistakenly flown to Louisiana. If we are to believe the White House's absurd story, nobody among the crew of the bomber was even aware of the deadly cargos attached to the wings of their aircraft.

Wayne Madsen has reported that the nukes were destined for Iraq, but were intercepted by renegade officers of the US Air Force who are opposed to attacking Iran with nuclear warheads in a plan that was devised and was being allegedly overseen by Dick Cheney. According to Madsen, a U.S. attack on Iran using nuclear weapons was scheduled to coincide with Israel's September 6 air attack on a reputed Syrian nuclear facility in Dayr az-Zwar in northern Syria. The interception of the nuclear warheads apparently caused the White House cabal to defer an American coordination with the Israeli attack until such time as the problem of the intercepted nukes was resolved on the domestic front.

The activist group Citizens for Legitimate Government has come up with an astounding revelation that has been ignored by our controlled media. A spokesperson for the group has indicated that six members of the US Air Force who were directly involved in loading or transporting the missiles, were killed within 7 days of the Barksdale interception. Their deaths have been ruled 'accidents'. I repeat, these deaths happened within 7 days of the incident! The odds against this happening are mind boggling.

The victims according to CLG include Airman First Class Todd Blue, 20, who died while on leave in Virginia. A husband and wife from Barksdale Air Force Base were killed on Shreveport-Blanchard Highway while riding a motorcycle. Adam Barrs, a 20-year-old airman from Minot Air Force Base was killed in a crash on the outskirts of the city. First Lt. Weston Kissel, 28, a Minot Air Force Base bomber pilot, was killed in a motorcycle crash in Tennessee. Police found the body of a missing Air Force captain John Frueh near Badger Peak in northeast Skamania County, Washington.

It has been surmised by many that those directing the nuclear thefts embarked on a cleanup operation to silence any persons who were not part of the conspiracy but had knowledge of exactly what had gone down at Minot and Barksdale Air Force Bases. It defies common sense to come up with any other explanation for the six deaths, a figure that may already be out of date. Any further deaths may quite possibly be kept from the media. Read More.

Allow me to retort:

Having been in charge of nuclear weapons this "story" smacks of some much horseshit as to be painful. While I admit that this incident was stupidity run amok, the idea of an evil cabal plotting disaster is the Looney Left at its wackiness. Read this for more.

I've provided a link above so that you'll know I'm not making this up. Someone else is and you had better wise up before you vote.

If you believe this fiction-presented-as-fact, I have a bridge to sell you.

I haven't the faintest idea who Richard Franklin is but this crap comes from an Anti-Zionist, "Let's Blame the Jews for Everything" website called iamthewitness.com.


Patriots beat the Colts in a damn good game.

More pictures here if you can stand them.

03 November, 2007


I finally have discovered way I like Fox News so much. I have suspected it for a while now. This just confirms it.

Dumbledore is Gay

01 November, 2007

General Paul Tibbets has Died

General Paul Warfield Tibbets Jr has died after a two-month decline in health. He was 92.

Paul Warfield Tibbets Jr was born in Quincy, Illinois, in 1915 and spent most of his youth in Miami. He enlisted in the Army Air Corps in 1937 and led bombing operations in Europe before returning to test the Superfortress.

The then Col Tibbets named his B-29 Enola Gay after his mother.

Tibbets was the Commander of the 509th Bomb Group and piloted the B-29 mission which dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima Japan.

On the 60th anniversary of Hiroshima, the surviving members of the Enola Gay crew - Gen Tibbets, Theodore J "Dutch" Van Kirk (the navigator) and Morris R Jeppson (weapon test officer) said: "The use of the atomic weapon was a necessary moment in history. We have no regrets".

Gen Tibbets said then: "Thousands of former soldiers and military family members have expressed a particularly touching and personal gratitude suggesting that they might not be alive today had it been necessary to resort to an invasion of the Japanese home islands to end the fighting."

In 1995, Gen Tibbets denounced as a "damn big insult" a planned 50th anniversary exhibition of the Enola Gay at the Smithsonian Institution that put the bombing in context of the suffering it caused.

He and veterans groups said too much attention was being paid to Japan's suffering and not enough to its military brutality.

General Tibbets had asked for no funeral nor headstone as he feared opponents of the bombing may use it as a place of protest, the friend, Gerry Newhouse, said.

Singapore Bans Mile High Club

Singapore Airlines has become the first airline to put the Airbus A380 into service. The A380 is the world's largest airliner with a maximum passenger load of 840 people.

Singapore has opted to configure their jets to accommodate 471 passengers. This includes twelve fully enclosed suites with a double bed and a $50,000 ticket price.
The suite pictured comes with a catch. Singapore Airlines has announced that in flight sex is banned. Citing that the walls are not sound proof, Singapore Airlines says the ban is to ensure not to offend other passengers.