Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Please don't call me Boner...

The way John Boehner pronounces his last name has always bugged me. It seems like a joke- like Young Frank-en-steen.

This is how they would pronounce "Boehner" in German.

Doesn't sound like Bay-ner- does it?


Sounds more like:


1. a foolish and obvious blunder; stupid mistake.

2. An erection of the penis.

Saturday, October 28, 2006

Ken Blackwell vs. Farmers
Barbed wire: a wire or strand of wires having small pieces of sharply pointed wire twisted around it at short intervals, used chiefly for fencing in livestock, keeping out trespassers, etc.


does Blackwell think Farmers are livestock? Or Trespassers?
I did a lot of stupid stuff as a kid. But I didn't write most of it down. I didn't do it in public- generally.

I REALLY hope Google keeps cached versions of myspace pages around for A LONG, LONG time. Long enough that background checks will turn up crap like this:


..._.....____________________, ,
....../ `---___________----_____] = = = = = D
.....), ---.(_(__) /
....// (..) ), ----"

send this GUN to everyone you care about including me if you care. C how many times you get this, if you get a 13 your A TRUE HOMIE

Thursday, October 26, 2006

Breaking News: Scott Pullins is STILL a Huge Dick

Scott Pullins has again proven that any poor schmuck can get mentioned in the press just by being a huge dick.

His latest tactic involves writing extremely nasty and unbelievable crap about someone that actually does matter: Ted Strickland.

But Scott and his family have been acting like dicks for years.

This story is a good example...

Attorney general will not intervene

By Nick Worner, News Staff Writer
07:06 AM, Thursday, May 11, 2006

MOUNT VERNON — Ohio Attorney General Jim Petro’s Office will not intervene in an ongoing dispute between the Apple Valley Property Owners Association and local attorney Scott Pullins.

On May 3, Pullins issued a press release stating that the Attorney General’s Office was investigating the AVPOA for the “potential illegal removal” of his wife, Kathy Elliot Pullins, from the organization’s board of directors. He stated he was informed of the investigation via a conference call with Petro’s office.

Bob Beasley, spokesman for the Attorney General, said Petro’s office lacks the jurisdiction to investigate Pullins’ claims and denied there was an investigation.

“There is no investigation ... not from this office,” said Beasley. “We determined that the property owners association is not a charitable trust, therefore the Attorney General’s Office does not have jurisdiction in this matter.”

In the press release, Pullins stated that he, his wife and his in-laws were harassed by the AVPOA after Mrs. Pullins became suspicious of “fraud, mismanagement and misspending of association resources” and requested documents from the AVPOA.

In March, the board voted unanimously to remove Mrs. Pullins from her position.

Pullins alleges this dismissal was “without reason or cause”; the AVPOA states Mrs. Pullins was dismissed for “just cause” in accordance with the group’s bylaws.

In its official statement, the AVPOA stated that an outside accounting firm conducts an annual independent audit of the group’s financial activities. The audits have found no “mismanagement, misspending, or any other improper activity,” according to the AVPOA.

Pullins also states the AVPOA illegally closed a roadway in Apple Valley on Election Day in November 2005. Pullins, who was a candidate for township trustee in the election, said the closure forced voters to take a lengthy detour in order to get to a polling station.

Pullins also filed litigation against the AVPOA after a Jan. 6 confrontation with the president of the AVPOA board, Carl Holmes, in which Pullins alleged that he was physically attacked. Pullins stated that after the incident, he and his family received threats and harassment.

Thursday, October 19, 2006

Closet Homosexuals For Blackwell
I just got an email from Google Alerts that included a link to a Groups post with the title:
"Ted Strickland... FAG!!!?"

Catchy, eh?

Really makes you think.... that the author of the post has something to hide.

Just because it was posted to the group rec.sport.pro-wrestling
by a guy named Long Rod Silver
who typically ends his messages with phrases like: "suck my ball sack"?

That doesn't say anything about Long Rod, does it?

Just because he has an email address at your-tonsils.net?

What could THAT possibly mean?

Anyway, here is the original text of the message.

Ted Strickland... FAG!!!?

From: Long Rod Silver - view profile
Date: Wed, Oct 18 2006 7:52 pm
Email: Long Rod Silver
Groups: rec.sport.pro-wrestling

Note: The author of this message requested that it not be archived. This message will be removed from Groups in 6 days (Oct 25, 7:52 pm).

Bill Cunningham on Ted Strickland and pedophiles and gay lovers
Submitted by jamesrhodes on October 12, 2006 - 4:59pm. general
This is today's complete show from Bill Cunningham on 700 WLW in
Cincinnati. Bill spends 3 hours covering the story that the MSM
doesn't want to run, because it hurts the candidate they support.

Hour 1
Who is the real Ted Strickland?? Willie finally finds out.

Hour 2
Who is more important, Mark Foley or finding out the REAL Ted

Hour 3
Willie gets your reaction to todays events..++++

Sexual rumors swirl in Buckeye State

Posted: October 14, 2006
1:00 a.m. Eastern

Ohio attorney Scott A. Pullins runs a blog, the Pullins Report, which
has relentlessly pursued Rep. Ted Strickland, D-Ohio, the Democratic
Party gubernatorial candidate for 2006 in Ohio. Pullins has been
fearless in exploring charges that Strickland is a closet homosexual
and supports the LGBT agenda.

"We started following Strickland in the primary," Pullins, who
practices law in Vernon, Ohio, near Columbus, told WND. "We especially
picked up on the issue after Brian Flannery, his Democratic Party
challenger in the primary, began hammering Strickland on sexual

A Father's Day newspaper article in the Toledo Blade, published June
19, piqued Pullins interest. The story noted Flannery "criticized Mr.
Strickland for vacationing in Italy with a male political 'protégé'
who had been convicted of indecent exposure."

Flannery, according to the paper, had put out a press release
stressing he and his running mate both have children, thereby calling
attention to Strickland's childless marriage.

Jim Tankersley, the Blade's politics writer, suggested Strickland was
defensive that his family was not a traditional one. Strickland
countered that children have filled his life, pointing out the
children of his best friend, a doctor in Florida, call him "Uncle

Pullins said the Blade article caused him to look deeper.

"Ted and Frances had dated for several years, and Ted did not want to
get married," Pullins said. "But finally, when they were both over 40,
they decided to get married at a time when Ted was running for office.
Typically, politicians marry young, they have two or three children,
and they smile for the pictures. I found it strange that Strickland
was a driven politician, but he waited until he was 46 before getting
married, and they never had children."

Pullins commented on the Blade article in a June 19 post on his blog
titled "Article Adds Fire to Strickland Gay Rumors" in which he said
the story "adds fuel to the fire" of Strickland's votes in Congress
that suggest "he is soft on those that sexually assault our children."
"The stories imply that the Stricklands are both gay and lead separate
lives, Frances in Kentucky and Ted in Ohio and D.C."

'Are you gay or not?'

An Ohio television commentator, hosting a political issues program,
brought up Pullins blog reports and apologetically posed the "gay
question" to Strickland.

"I just put it out there once and for all and shut everybody up about
this … are you gay or not?"

The congressman did not give a direct answer, however.

"Let me tell you this, John, I've been married almost 20 years, I am
deeply in love with my wife, and I believe that she is deeply in love
with me," Strickland said. "I have been faithful to my wife and I
deeply believe she has been faithful to me."

[A video clip of Strickland's answer is available online.]

Strickland continued: "These blogs are really mean-spirited, smear
efforts. This fellow that you mentioned, I won't use his name, but he
continually puts out information that is absolutely wrong and false."

Strickland gave an example of an allegedly false report by Pullins,
but it had nothing to do with any issue related to homosexuality.

Pullins insisted he doesn't "give a hoot about how the Stricklands
live their private lives."

"But what I do find interesting," he said, "is the whisper campaign
that has been going on behind the scenes for months and the efforts by
liberals and some conservatives to shut down any discussion of the

Ohio newspapers and bloggers created a firestorm over the story.
According to Pullins, the Stricklands do not own a home in Washington,
D.C., or in their Ohio congressional district. They rent an apartment
in the nation's capital and own a small condo in Columbus, Ohio.
Frances Smith is Frances Strickland's maiden name, which she uses for
her published works, including a children's book titled "The Little
Girl Who Grew Up to be Governor: Stories from the Life of Martha Layne
Collins." Collins was governor of Kentucky from 1983 to 1987.

Pullins also has noted that Frances Strickland is listed on public
records as the president and director of a consulting corporation
named "Smith Educational Enterprises," a Kentucky corporation.

Smith is listed on public documents with the Kentucky secretary of
state as the registered agent for the company. But there is a problem
here for the Stricklands – to be a registered agent for a corporation
or other business entity in Kentucky, you must be an individual
resident of Kentucky or be a business entity that is located in the
state. Smith Educational Enterprises is not registered to do business
in Ohio.

In a video posted on YouTube.com, Frances Strickland sings a folksy
version of her husband's biography, emphasizing his humble roots, all
to the tune of "Davy Crockett."

For pursuing this story, Pullins has been soundly attacked by Ohio's
liberal bloggers. A blogger self-identified as "Pho" from Akron
described Pullins as an "arch-conservative blogger and all-around
douchebag," but he finally reconsidered, admitting "I don't really
know that Pullins is a douchebag." MLM Liberal, another Ohio blog,
accused Pullins of "Swift Boating" Strickland and his wife.

Conservative Ohio bloggers generally have been supportive of Pullins.
BizzyBlog, for example, ran a detailed analysis of Ted Strickland's
1999 "Present" vote on House Concurrent Resolution 107, an
overwhelmingly bipartisan vote that condemned the American
Psychological Association for publishing an article that argued sex
between adults and minor children could be beneficial to the child.

Pullins told WND that while "the rumors in Ohio have swirled for a
number of years that Strickland is gay," to date "nothing has been
proven conclusively."

"Personally, I don't really care if Strickland is gay," Pullins said.
"But I don't want to see him as governor of Ohio in the same situation
McGreevey faced in New Jersey."

James McGreevey resigned in August 2004, admitting he had been living
a secret homosexual lifestyle. His resignation was prompted by a
sexual harassment suit filed against him by a former security aide
Golan Cipel."

In reference to Strickland's 1999 vote on HCR 107, Pullins insisted
that the "Foley problems" needed to be explored:

"There are legitimate issues here. Is Strickland as governor going to
surround himself with those individuals who prey on children? Is he
going to surround his administration with those type of people? The
voters in Ohio deserve answers to these questions."

Pullins also says there are unanswered questions about the staff
member with whom Strickland traveled to Europe.

"We don't even know who this guy was, even though Strickland admits
taking him on a private vacation to Italy," the attorney said. "The
records are sealed, and we don't have any idea who this guy is. His
name, address and photograph should be up on a website warning people
about this predator. Why does Strickland continue to hide the man's

Wednesday, October 18, 2006

Blog Post Calls Naugle's Intelligence Into Question
The Blackwell blog has been pushing this stupid story about a former Strickland staffer using expunged police records as proof.

Anyway, the guy's lawyer sent Ken Blackwell a cease and desist letter.

As a result, Matt Naugle, official blogger for the Blackwell campaign, went through and removed the guy's name from the Blackwell website.

He then adds a new post with a link to the cease and desist letter WHICH CONTAINS THE GUYS NAME.

Monday, October 16, 2006

WBNS-10TV and ONN Screwed Me
One minute to go until the last Strickland/Blackwell debate ends- and I didn't see any of it.

According to their press release:

WBNS-10TV and ONN will partner to enable local and statewide viewers to see a final face-off between gubernatorial candidates Ted Strickland and Ken Blackwell. WBNS-10TV will host the hour-long "Campaign 2006: Gubernatorial Debate," which will air live on both stations Monday, October 16 at 8pm.

They did not, however, provide any way for me to see or hear the debate from outside the state.

And, from what I can tell, I will have to wait until Friday when I get home to watch it on my Tivo.

Does anyone know if this will be available online anytime in the next few days?

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Thank You New Salem Missionary Baptist Church
Fortunately I saw this sign right as I was planning to cut through a gas station to avoid a red light.

Fortunately this sign saved me before I had time to disgrace myself in the eyes of our traffic monitoring God.

I wanted to say that I am so, so, SO thankful to the New Salem Missionary Baptist Church for putting up this sign and warning me that God him/herself was monitoring this particular intersection.

God DAMN that was close.

Saturday, October 14, 2006

More About the Ice

My front lawn after the ice storm.

A close-up shot of the actual ice that fell from the sky.
Ice Storms for Blackwell

Monday is the fourth and final debate between Ted Strickland and Ken Blackwell.

I must admit- I was a little worried about the last one... primarily because a horrible ice storm trapped me in my car just as the debate was supposed to start.

I took these with my phone- proof that I wasn't just sitting at the bar when I supposed to be at home acting interested in state politics.

No One Is Free UNLESS Others Are Oppressed
I'm sure the car's owner is a very good person.

And I hate to contradict a community college faculty member- especially over something so small as a phrase written on a bumper sticker.

However, this bumper sticker makes no sense.

The whole CONCEPT of freedom exists only BECAUSE oppression exists.

There can be no Light without Dark, Warm without Cold or, unfortunately, Freedom without Oppression.
I'm a God Luvr. Love that God!!!
I saw this license plate on a car as I was leaving the airport last night.

I'm guessing it belongs to the person who posted this very informative response to the message:


Have you experienced an angel dream, or experienced stigmata? Or has someone close to you experienced it? I know it is possible for God to let some SEE what Jesus went through, and I'm very interested in talking about what you experienced. :D I'm a God Luvr. Love that God!!! Love and BIG MONKEY HUGS!!!

I'm sure BGMNKYHGS was already taken. I am even more sure that God Luvr was very angry when he/she was told that it was not possible to include three exclamation points on their license plate.

Monday, October 09, 2006

Happy Trails Two

Funny, funny stuff...

Straight from horse's mouth.

Sunday, October 08, 2006

Jesus (re)Named Me Hope

Thursday, October 05, 2006

We are not able to fulfill your request for tickets to “The Daily Show”
The Daily Show comes to Columbus a week before the election...

was anyone able to get tickets?

Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 12:26:16 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: RE: please please please
From: osutickets@thedailyshow.com
To: me@aberrantequation.com

Unfortunately due to an overwhelming response, we are not able to fulfill your request for tickets to “The Daily Show” from the Roy Bowen Theatre at The Ohio State University.

If you are a current student at OSU, perhaps you can get a ticket for the event to be held at The Jerome Schottenstein Center on Saturday, October 28th at 9:30pm. Here is the link for more information on this event:

We are not able to fulfill your request for tickets to “The Daily Show”
The Daily Show comes to Columbus a week before the election...

was anyone able to get tickets?

Date: Thu, 5 Oct 2006 12:26:16 -0400 (EDT)
Subject: RE: please please please
From: osutickets@thedailyshow.com
To: me@aberrantequation.com

Unfortunately due to an overwhelming response, we are not able to fulfill your request for tickets to “The Daily Show” from the Roy Bowen Theatre at The Ohio State University.

If you are a current student at OSU, perhaps you can get a ticket for the event to be held at The Jerome Schottenstein Center on Saturday, October 28th at 9:30pm. Here is the link for more information on this event:


Wednesday, October 04, 2006

You're No Roy Rogers
Watching the Ohio Gubernatorial debate...

Ken Blackwell just told Ted: "I knew Roy Rogers- and you're no Roy Rogers".

Which seems like a weird thing to say- until you realize that Ted Strickland grew up on the same street as Roy Rogers (Duck Run- near Lucasville, Ohio)


Ohio's next governor on the same street as the founder of an overpriced, build-your-own hamburger chain!


I have very vivid childhood memories of traveling Ohio and Pennsylvania's highways, begging my parents to stop at the next exit so we could eat at Roy Rogers.

Recently returning to Ohio- I was shocked to find all of the Roy Rogers restaurants replaced by Sbarro and Starbucks.

Sure- the Strickland-and-Rogers-growing-up-on-the-same-street thing was a little more suprising...

But neither was nearly as shocking as the information I am about to reveal.

Hold on to your cowboy hat parters, 'cause this is big.


The Roy Rogers restaurant chain is actually named after a famous cowboy actor from the 50's!

No- seriously. That's his picture there- just in case you don't believe me.

He sang that "happy traaaaaaails, to you..." song- AND he had a horse that could count!

And I'm sure you are thinking the same thing as me:

What about Kenny Rogers Roasters...

Wasn't THAT the first restaurant chain named after a famous cowboy actor?!






I completely forgot that I was actually trying to write a blog post about something stupid that Ken Blackwell said during the debate.
Where the hell is my frackin' "Video Message"?

I got another email from Ken today.

This one reminds me to vote...

for Ken Blackwell, of course.

The text is below.

But the funny part is the picture and the video that it claims to link to.

This is where it actually links: http://www.kenblackwell.com/News/Read.aspx?ID=488

No video.

text of email

Early Voting Starts Today!

Starting Today (October 3rd)You Can Vote for Ken Blackwell
Good news! Because of recent changes in election law, you no longer have to give an excuse to vote absentee. This means you can vote, at your convenience, any time between today and election day (November 7).
To make sure you receive your absentee ballot, please fill out this request form and mail it to your local board of election's office . The address for your county's board of elections is available here . If you wish to vote this way, please apply for an absentee ballot as soon as you can.Or, if you wish to vote absentee in person, you may visit your county's board of election's office and vote anytime between today and election day.
For more information about absentee voting, please click here to visit the Ohio Secretary of State's website .
We hope you take advantage of this new law, which allows you to vote at your convenience. And remember to vote for Ken Blackwell and his tax-cutting job-creating agenda.

Monday, October 02, 2006

Muslim March Proves The Craziest Guy Gets on TV

All of the news coverage of this very peaceful march focused almost exclusively on this one crazy guy in a blue shirt jumping up and down and yelling.

As a result, it was labeled a "violent Muslim protest" in response to a comment by the Pope that some say implied Muslims are violent.
Muslim March Proves Pope Correct

A comment by the Pope that some say implied Muslims are violent sparked this violent Muslim protest.
MoveOn.org = Marxists ?

<-- I just saw this online ad...

MoveOn.org: an American, progressive political organization founded and funded by rich, silicon-valley entrepreneurs.

Marxism: the official philosophy in the Soviet Union,