Too good not to pass on...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 11:11 AM

That's just awesomeness incarnate. And so very right. Hahahah..pun.

Life is slow with the balance issues here at home. Still no relief in sight, but I guess I'm getting used to it. Laundry day was certainly interesting. Navigating a basement stairwell is exciting when the world is shaking from side to side in your head. It's all done, though, which makes Mom's birthday better. Can't be griping or anything tomorrow. Too important.

Check out the links on the right if you want to know what's going on out there. I haven't kept many links on-hand lately because it's tough to write without feeling like my chair is falling out from under. It'll get better eventually.


Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 8:40 AM

There's been few updates lately and for that I apologize. The bad news coming from our government is clearly pervasive in the country's media (assuming one doesn't watch network TV) and I find no reason to compound the issues. It's depressing. I do not want to be depressed anymore.

This dizziness has gotten out of hand. Though, granted, it's a LOT better than it was just a few days ago. It's gone from actual pain from feeling as if my head were spinning in two different directions at once to a general unsteadiness whenever I move. Considering I don't move while I play games, that's pretty much what I've been doing the last few days. The trash needs to go out and I need to sweep the porch. Plus the laundry needs done. I have an appointment to see a local guy about this dizzy stuff. AGAIN. Somewhere, somehow, someone has something that will get rid of it completely.

The MD3 pills seem to be working well. Although I do have an alarming sensation of detachment from time to time. While writing this it feels as if my feet are not mine. Weird. At least I'm conscious of it, though, and according to the literature it should go away in time. No waverings, no rollercoastering, no urges to shop. I like this thing called normal.

On a side note I'm absolutely amazed that anyone resembling a friend continues to speak to me. After the last month of hell I'd have had about enough of me, too. Dizzy, sick, tired all the time, agitated, irritated, and pretty much just ready to put a gun in my mouth. People didn't run away screaming. Amazing. Right now all that's annoying me is a horribly stiff neck, light dizzies, and this fucking fly that just won't die. >_<

If you want to see news articles, here's a good one of John Voight titled 'Is Obama creating a civil war in America? Go read. It's good for you.

Netanyahu has all the answers...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 11:54 AM

And check this out, guys.

WSJ: Death Book for Veterans

I can't believe they're going to reinstate this piece of garbage. To actually tell them that they're a burden on their families so ending it all might be the best choice? What the fuck is this?

Are all Obamacrats soul-less monsters?

Eminent Journalist Speaks Truth...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 9:40 AM news about it in the United States, of course. Truth is anathema to our mainstream media.

Think about that. Bush and Obama are almost the same damn person.

About that castle...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 10:12 AM

They're filling my moat with sand now. After repairing the gas lines and shoring up other things it's almost finished. Except they're about to dig a huge trench down the center of the lawn (horizontally), cut out most of my sidewalk, and tear up my grass to fix the water line. I guess it's now a zigzag for some god-forsaken reason.

I raise my glass to the end of mowing for this year. :) Always gotta be a bright side to things, yanno.

In case it isn't clear...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 7:30 AM


No, I don't like eugenics. No, I'm not for killing the elderly and infirm. No, these people should NOT continue to represent me. No, this is not what the founding fathers wanted for their descendants. In short:


Democrats at Work...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 6:47 AM

"A government big enough to give you everything you want is a government big enough to take everything you have." Thomas Jefferson

The healthcare bill isn't about healthcare. It's about taking away your right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It's a direct anathema to the Constitution of the United States. None of the people who want to sign this into law has read it all the way through (and they freely admit it). The Democratic Party has begun the next Revolution by calling out their thugs to beat down dissent.

Dissent is the highest form of patriotism.

Read the bill. Read the 'Cash for Clunkers' bill. Read anything else up for grabs on the floor in Congress and you will see a disturbing trend. Money goes from your pocket to the hands of special interests in EVERY SINGLE ONE. Lobbyists have finally taken over the country. Lobbyists for companies all over the world.

You live in a fascist state.

Positive Contact...

Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 3:23 PM


Posted by Kogai | Posted in | Posted on 9:31 AM

Here's your warning. We knew it was coming. This is socialist-marxist America.

The CARS.GOV (DO NOT GO TO THIS WEBSITE) disclaimer reads:

"This application provides access to the DoT CARS system. When logged on to the CARS system, your computer is considered a Federal computer system and is the property of the U.S. Government. Any or all uses of this system and all files on this system may be intercepted, monitored, recorded, copied, audited, inspected and disclosed to authorized CARS, DoT, and law enforcement personnel, as well as authorized officials of other agencies, both domestic and foreign."

Small Update: You know, I have to wonder what the impetus is behind this so-called program, it's computer piracy, and subsequent loss of rights. Does anyone even realize that 'clunkers' are typically /without/ most electronic devices? My old car is wonderful. It's easy to maintain, easy to fix, and easy to run. It has nothing electronic that would stop it from starting even if the electrical system were put out of commission. A screwdriver and a push would start it in an emergency. Can more modern cars say the same? I doubt it. Nor does it have anything even remotely resembling GPS. Something to think about.