• Old Profile Stuff

    Sep 17, 2008, 1:48:28 AM | 1 Comments | 7 min read

    I recently updated my profile and decided to put all the stuff on my old profile here since I think it's a little long for my profile page:

    Here's my old profile...




    Southern California

    biology, life science, teaching, drawing/painting, talk radio, watching anime/cartoons, playing flute/piccolo, listening to music, reading, politics, movies and T.V. shows.

    Favorite Musicians:
    Beatles, Martina McBride, Eagles, Credence Clearwater Revival, John Williams, Harry Gregson-Williams , Led Zeplin, Areosmith, Kansas, Sarah Evans, Queen, Allison Krauss, Rolling Stones, Grand Funk Railroad, Fleetwood Mac, Doobie Brothers, Traffic, Three Dog Night, KC & The Sunshine Band, Van Halen, Jethro Tull, Jimmi Hendrix, Brenda Lee, Stevie Wonder, Blue Oyster Cult, Simon & Garfunkle, Heart, America, Guess Who, Yes, Joe Walsh

     Favorite Radio Talk Show Hosts: John Ziegler, Bill Handel, Rush Limbaugh, Glen Beck, Sean Hannity, George Putnam, Michael Graham, Captain Dale Dye

    Favorite Anime:
    DBZ, Inuyasha, Rurouni Kenshin, Trigun, Cowboy Bebop, Tenchi, Ountlaw Star, Full Metal Alchemist, all Miyazaki films.

    Favorite TV Shows/channels:
     The Simpsons, Family Guy, Seinfeld, History Channel, Discovery Channel, AMC, Haunted History (and other shows to do with the paranormal), FBI Files, Cold Case Files, Dr. Henry Lee, X-Files

    Favorite Movies:
    Gone With The Wind, Lord Of The Rings, Star Wars, Indiana Jones,  Mulan, Chicken Run,  Jumping Jack Flash, Hotel Rawanda, classic black and white films.

    Favorite Comedians:
    Dennis Miller, George Carlin, Robin Williams, Bill Cosby, Dave Chapelle, Jeff Foxworthy, Larry the Cable Guy, Bill Ingval, Ron White.

    Politicians/Activists: My list of them and some of my impressions I have gained thoughout the years.

    The Good Guys:  

    Tom Tancredo
    – I approve of the strong stance he has taken in attempting to secure the borders of the United States and his ability to remain honest and resolved even when withstanding brutal attacks from his own party (Republicans) and banishment from the white house.

     Tom McClintock -- He is a voice of reason in a state filled with incompetent morons who cannot grasp the logistics of basic arithmetic when it comes to state spending.

    The Bad Guys: 
    George Bush
    (We can send troops halfway around the world to secure the Iraq border, but when it comes to securing OUR border he plans to send the National Guard with their hands tied down to the border about 4 yrs too late in order to give the APPEARANCE of enforcement to push his AMNESTY plan, come on!!! I'm not buying it!)

    John Kerry
    (what in the world were the Democrats thinking!? It was like choosing between dumb and dumber, and Kerry just happened to be dumber!)

    Bill Clinton
    (Liar, Perjury, lack of response against terrorist attacks during term, created the information wall between the CIA and FBI which was partially responsible for 9-11, had Bin Laden offered to him on a silver platter by the Sudanese and passed it up!)

    Hilary Clinton
    (I’m a moderate! no no wait, I'm a socialist liberal! no no no, wait! I'm a moderate! Whatever I have to be to be president! I'll do it!)

    David Dreier
    (two-faced hypocritical disgusting LIAR)

    Barbara Boxer
    (The political stooge of the democratic black caucus)

    Ted Kennedy
    (Chappaquiddick hic hic...I'd rather go hunting with Cheney than driving with Teddy, I'll just wear a bullet proof vest! haha)

    Jesse Jackson
    (fake self proclaimed religious leader and fraudulent egotistical racial hustler.  DO NOT under ANY circumstances stand between Jesse and a TV camera if you value your life!)

    Al Sharpton
    (Same definition as Jesse Jackson)

    Howard Dean

    Janeen Garafalo
    Michael Moore

     Al Gore
    (Global warming, we’re all going to melt! Pay no attention to that thermometer that reads –7!)

    Asa Hutchinson
    (this dumb-ass was in charge of the immigration portion of Homeland Security a couple yrs back..another Bush appointed political hack puppet advocating for the open borders policy of the Bush administration who tried to lie about it...and did a HORRIBLE job!)

    Maxine Waters
    (Racist socialist crazy woman, US congress)

    Sheila Kuehl

    Betty Karnet
    ( "My PERSONAL car is an 89, but the car the taxpayers pay for is a 2002 Buick" I failed to mention that fact when I wanted to triple the CAR TAX because I spend tax money like a drunken whore at a flea market, and told people to BUY A CHEEP CAR so their tax would stay low! )

    Nancy Pelosi

    George Radanovich
    (We need illegal aliens to
    exist in a permante state of second class citizenship in order to do cheep manual labor for below minimum under the table wages where the employer pays no heath care or taxes and instead forces the TAX PAYERS to subsidize their cheap labor rates! Do you want to pay 3.00 for lettuce??!)

    Goldburg(I want to protect child molesters and necrophiliacs, because that's what I care about.)

    Jim Han
    (I'll win! You'll see! Boo hoo!)

    Gray Davis
    (rolling blackouts, billions in debt, incompetent, enjoys berry flavored tofu shakes and broccoli...)

    Local and State government officials of New Orleans
    (school buses??!)

    John Cambell

    Snoop Dogg
    (Tookie WIlliams suporter)

    Tony Muhammad
    (If I provoke an officer and resist arrest and they hit me, it was because of racism!)

    Mike Feral
    (I’m a Hollywood actor against the death penalty, but I only show up for black guys and lots of TV cameras)

    Judge Mathis
    (You can’t ask Jessee that question, I’ll break your mic and gut you in the ribs! Tookie Williams suporter)

    Barbara Becnel
    (Main defender of quadruple murderer Tookie Williams, co-author of his bogus children's books)

    Jamie Fox
    (Tookie WIlliams suporter)

    Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
    (“Like it or not, the Zionist regime is heading toward annihilation. “The Zionist regime is a rotten, dried tree that will be eliminated by one storm.”  Yeah, I feel pretty safe letting this peace loving country with sane leaders like this, have the opportunity to develope nukes...sounds good to me *rolls eyes*)

    Cynthia McKinney
    (I punch Capitol police officers when they stop me for being retarded and not wearing my ID and trying to bypaass the security checkpoint then cry RACISM and SEXISM as my defense! No lady, you're just an INSANE, RACIST, and RUDE crazy woman!)

    John McCain
    (It's not AMNESTY! Call it a BANANA if you want to!!).

    Racist Mexican Operative Hacks:

    Joe Baca, Nativo Lopez
    (Saying 'illegal alien' is RACIST!)

    Gil Cedillo
    (SB 60 groundhog day champion)

    Cruz Bustamante, Fabian Nunez,
    Loretta & Linda Sanchez (Illegal alien advocates)

    Antonio Villaraigosa
    ("We clean your toilets!" )

    Vincente Fox
    (My idea of national policy to make Mexico better, is to dump all the poor people into the U.S. so our hypocritical corrupt country will not have to take care of them! Plus we in Mexico treat all illegal aliens in our country like CRAP, yet we want the USA to legalize ALL of our citizens who have entered the USA ILLEGALLY.)

    MEChA (
    "General membership shall consist of any student who accepts, believes and works for the goals and objectives of MEChA, including the liberation of AZTLAN, meaning self-determination of our people in this occupied state and the physical liberation of our land." ) Oh sure, this statement is not racist in the slightest...Obviously they have never heard of the TREATY of GUADALUPE HILDALGO signed by MEXICO and the USA in 1848 where the USA bought the territory containing California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and part of Colorado for 15 MILLION dollars. :annoyed:

     Here is a copy of our reciept:


     (as you can see, its much easier to get on my bad list than good list, ha ha)


    MSN: [email protected]

  • Long typed

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:22:56 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read

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  • Test with color text

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:18:11 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
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  • Test 11 Long 2

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:10:58 PM | 0 Comments | 7 min read

    Test # 11 Long

    Common Sense: Thomas Paine 1776

    Of the Origin and Design of Government in General, with Concise Remarks on the English Constitution

    SOME writers have so confounded society with government, as to leave little or no distinction between them; whereas they are not only different, but have different origins. Society is produced by our wants, and government by our wickedness; the former promotes our happiness POSITIVELY by uniting our affections, the latter NEGATIVELY by restraining our vices. The one encourages intercourse, the other creates distinctions. The first is a patron, the last a punisher.

    Society in every state is a blessing, but Government, even in its best state, is but a necessary evil; in its worst state an intolerable one: for when we suffer, or are exposed to the same miseries BY A GOVERNMENT, which we might expect in a country WITHOUT GOVERNMENT, our calamity is heightened by reflecting that we furnish the means by which we suffer. Government, like dress, is the badge of lost innocence; the palaces of kings are built upon the ruins of the bowers of paradise. For were the impulses of conscience clear, uniform and irresistibly obeyed, man would need no other lawgiver; but that not being the case, he finds it necessary to surrender up a part of his property to furnish means for the protection of the rest; and this he is induced to do by the same prudence which in every other case advises him, out of two evils to choose the least. Wherefore, security being the true design and end of government, it unanswerably follows that whatever form thereof appears most likely to ensure it to us, with the least expense and greatest benefit, is preferable to all others.

    In order to gain a clear and just idea of the design and end of government, let us suppose a small number of persons settled in some sequestered part of the earth, unconnected with the rest; they will then represent the first peopling of any country, or of the world. In this state of natural liberty, society will be their first thought. A thousand motives will excite them thereto; the strength of one man is so unequal to his wants, and his mind so unfitted for perpetual solitude, that he is soon obliged to seek assistance and relief of another, who in his turn requires the same. Four or five united would be able to raise a tolerable dwelling in the midst of a wilderness, but one man might labour out the common period of life without accomplishing any thing; when he had felled his timber he could not remove it, nor erect it after it was removed; hunger in the mean time would urge him to quit his work, and every different want would call him a different way. Disease, nay even misfortune, would be death; for, though neither might be mortal, yet either would disable him from living, and reduce him to a state in which he might rather be said to perish than to die.

    Thus necessity, like a gravitating power, would soon form our newly arrived emigrants into society, the reciprocal blessings of which would supercede, and render the obligations of law and government unnecessary while they remained perfectly just to each other; but as nothing but Heaven is impregnable to vice, it will unavoidably happen that in proportion as they surmount the first difficulties of emigration, which bound them together in a common cause, they will begin to relax in their duty and attachment to each other: and this remissness will point out the necessity of establishing some form of government to supply the defect of moral virtue.

    Some convenient tree will afford them a State House, under the branches of which the whole Colony may assemble to deliberate on public matters. It is more than probable that their first laws will have the title only of Regulations and be enforced by no other penalty than public disesteem. In this first parliament every man by natural right will have a seat.

    But as the Colony encreases, the public concerns will encrease likewise, and the distance at which the members may be separated, will render it too inconvenient for all of them to meet on every occasion as at first, when their number was small, their habitations near, and the public concerns few and trifling. This will point out the convenience of their consenting to leave the legislative part to be managed by a select number chosen from the whole body, who are supposed to have the same concerns at stake which those have who appointed them, and who will act in the same manner as the whole body would act were they present. If the colony continue encreasing, it will become necessary to augment the number of representatives, and that the interest of every part of the colony may be attended to, it will be found best to divide the whole into convenient parts, each part sending its proper number: and that the ELECTED might never form to themselves an interest separate from the ELECTORS, prudence will point out the propriety of having elections often: because as the ELECTED might by that means return and mix again with the general body of the ELECTORS in a few months, their fidelity to the public will be secured by the prudent reflection of not making a rod for themselves. And as this frequent interchange will establish a common interest with every part of the community, they will mutually and naturally support each other, and on this, (not on the unmeaning name of king,) depends the STRENGTH OF GOVERNMENT, AND THE HAPPINESS OF THE GOVERNED.

    Here then is the origin and rise of government; namely, a mode rendered necessary by the inability of moral virtue to govern the world; here too is the design and end of government, viz. Freedom and security. And however our eyes may be dazzled with show, or our ears deceived by sound; however prejudice may warp our wills, or interest darken our understanding, the simple voice of nature and reason will say, 'tis right.

    I draw my idea of the form of government from a principle in nature which no art can overturn, viz. that the more simple any thing is, the less liable it is to be disordered, and the easier repaired when disordered; and with this maxim in view I offer a few remarks on the so much boasted constitution of England. That it was noble for the dark and slavish times in which it was erected, is granted. When the world was overrun with tyranny the least remove therefrom was a glorious rescue. But that it is imperfect, subject to convulsions, and incapable of producing what it seems to promise is easily demonstrated.

    Absolute governments, (tho' the disgrace of human nature) have this advantage with them, they are simple; if the people suffer, they know the head from which their suffering springs; know likewise the remedy; and are not bewildered by a variety of causes and cures. But the constitution of England is so exceedingly complex, that the nation may suffer for years together without being able to discover in which part the fault lies; some will say in one and some in another, and every political physician will advise a different medicine.

  • Test 10

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:07:46 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
    Test 10....the end! or is it? muhahahaha lol
  • Test 9

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:06:50 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
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  • Test 8

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:06:02 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
    Seven eight lay them straight! test 8
  • Test 7

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:05:29 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
    Yahoooo-oooo! Test 7
  • Test 6

    Mar 20, 2006, 7:04:43 PM | 0 Comments | 1 min read
    One two, buckle my shoe, three four shut the door, five six pick up stix...Test 6