Monday, November 30, 2009

I Must Apologize

I had too much to drink, took it out here on DH.
I removed the posts, and reading them over made my decision for me.
Today I stop drinking for a while, and diet and get back to exercise.
I've been overly stressed with no outlet and enough is enough.
Time to reassess and repair.
Wish me luck blog faithful.
PS, a hangover makes the choice easy lol.

Friday, November 27, 2009

Ahhh the holidays

I used to love the holidays....
The cooling of the weather, the idea of Santa and his sleigh.
And then I got married.
Holidays became something to anticipate and dread all in one breath.
Ex hated the holidays...HATED THEM....don't ask me why, I have no effin clue.
But Thanksgiving? He got drunk. Christmas? He got drunk.
He bought nothing, and towards the end wouldn't even participate in the decoration of the tree.
He used to put the lights on with Lil one, it was their thing. But he wouldn't even do that.
Why do I drink you ask?
It was the only way to survive.
I remember more than once stopping him from urinating on the fireplace in our bedroom in the middle of the night.
I remember lil one waking me up and saying whats wrong with daddy...he was in the bathroom urinating in the garbage can by bouncing his stream off the bathroom door.
She came and woke me up one night and said " I think Daddy is sleep walking" I went along with that thought, because he got up from his recliner where he had passed out, and he had walked over to the computer and urinated on the keyboard.

Thursday, November 26, 2009

Neo counter

I simply adore looking at who has visited my blog.
But boy...I would really...really...REALLY...love it if people would comment..and say hi.

Hmm...got an overdose today in the ED

And it never fails to amaze me...
Personally, if I was to try and off myself..I'd be way more careful than most of these fools.
But we get them all the time....the drug OD'S...and its sad.
Perhaps my background in medicine makes me more amenable to the reality of suicide...and what would work best.
My personal choice....if anyone really asked me...would be drowning.
Haul my ass down to the beach late at night, swim out as far as I could and just dip down and take a huge lung full...
It wouldn't take long afterward for it all to be over.
These jackasses with the drugs....theres too much chance of warped survival IMHO...
But thats just me.

Saturday, November 21, 2009

And isn't it wonderful that......



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I'm actually looking forward to the holidays this year...

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Good Lord!!!

I'm sorry, but this is news worthy?????
I'm sorry, but this is worth pursuing and finding these kids and holding them accountable???
This is just plain STUPID...


Weird Car News

Utah teen to challenge citation for McDonald's rap
Nick Ut, APSALT LAKE CITY -- (AP) The case of one of four teens who were cited after rapping their order at a McDonald's in Utah appears headed for trial. Police in American Fork, about 30 miles south of Salt Lake City, cited the teens with disorderly conduct last month after the drive-through rap.

The teens have said they were imitating a rap from a popular YouTube video, which begins: "I need a double cheeseburger and hold the lettuce." Spenser Dauwalder, 18, has said employees at the fast-food restaurant told him and his friends they were holding up the line and needed to order or leave. But Dauwalder said no one else was in line. He and his three 17-year-old friends left without buying anything.

A manager wrote down the car's license plate number and called authorities, police Sgt. Gregg Ludlow has said. Officers later cited the teens in a high school parking lot outside a volleyball match.

What else will be abandoned??? In light of the prior post, this is so sad.














Humbug! Santa Letter Program Killed
By RACHEL D'ORO, AP
posted: 3 HOURS 7 MINUTES AGO
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (Nov. 19) — Starry-eyed children writing letters to the jolly man at the North Pole this holiday season likely won't get a response from Santa Claus or his helpers.
The U.S. Postal Service is dropping a popular national program begun in 1954 in the small Alaska town of North Pole, where volunteers open and respond to thousands of letters addressed to Santa each year. Replies come with North Pole postmarks.

Patrick Farmer displays letters that children have sent to Santa Claus in North Pole, Alaska, this year. The Postal Service has scrapped a program in which volunteers answer the letters, citing concerns about the children's privacy and safety.

Last year, a postal worker in Maryland recognized an Operation Santa volunteer there as a registered sex offender. The postal worker interceded before the individual could answer a child's letter, but the Postal Service viewed the episode as a big enough scare to tighten rules in such programs nationwide.
People in North Pole are incensed by the change, likening the Postal Service to the Grinch trying to steal Christmas. The letter program is a revered holiday tradition in North Pole, where light posts are curved and striped like candy canes and streets have names such as Kris Kringle Drive and Santa Claus Lane. Volunteers in the letter program even sign the response letters as Santa's elves and helpers.
North Pole Mayor Doug Isaacson agreed caution is necessary to protect children. But he's outraged North Pole's program should be affected by a sex offender's actions on the East Coast — and he thinks it's wrong that locals just learned of the change.
"It's Grinchlike that the Postal Service never informed all the little elves before the fact," he said. "They've been working on this for how long?"
The Postal Service began restricting its policies in such programs in 2006, including requiring volunteers to show identification.
But the Maryland incident involving the sex offender prompted more changes, even forcing the agency to briefly suspend the Operation Santa program last year in New York and Chicago before reinstating it with the same restrictions implemented nationwide this year.
The agency now prohibits volunteers from having access to children's family names and addresses, said spokeswoman Sue Brennan. The Postal Service instead redacts the last name and addresses on each letter and replaces the addresses with codes that match computerized addresses known only to the post office — and leaves it up to local managers if they want to go through the time-consuming effort to shield the information. Brennan said no one is barred from continuing their programs, but they have to comply with the rules.
Anchorage-based agency spokeswoman Pamela Moody said dealing with the tighter restrictions is not feasible in Alaska.
"It's always been a good program, but we're in different times and concerned for the privacy of the information," she said.
Moody stressed that kids can still send letters to Santa Claus. The Postal Service still runs the giant Operation Santa Program in which children can have their letters to Santa answered, and the restrictions do not affect privately run letter efforts.
What will change are the generically addressed letters to "Santa Claus, North Pole" that for years have been forwarded to the Alaska town, although Brennan said only a fraction of the letters with no specific address wind up in the Alaska town anyway. That program will stop, unless changes are made before Christmas.
Losing the Santa-letter cache is a blow to the community of 2,100 people, who pride themselves on their Christmas ties. Huge tourist attractions here include an everything-Christmas store, Santa Claus House, and the post office, where visitors can get a hand-stamped postmark on their postcards and packages.
Another issue raising the hackles on some locals is another recent change. Anchorage — 260 miles to the south — is processing the thousands of out-of-state requests for North Pole postal cancellation marks on Christmas cards and packages; Fairbanks, just 15 miles away, had long done so.
Moody said with as many as 800,000 items processed last year, Fairbanks is not equipped to handle the overload. Anchorage is the only city in Alaska with the high-speed equipment necessary to do the job without delay. Moody disagreed with the mayor's belief that the process creates a false postmark. Brennan said the move is a matter of resources and finances for the agency, which lost billions of dollars in the last fiscal year and has closed facilities and consolidated districts nationwide.
Santa Claus House, built like a Swiss chalet and chock full of all items Christmas, sells more than 100,000 letters from Santa and one of the lures is the postmark.
Operations manager Paul Brown believes his business will be affected under changes to the volunteer Santa letter program because tens of thousands of letters are addressed to Santa Claus House, North Pole, Alaska.
Those letters will still be forwarded to volunteers but it's unclear yet if anything will be done with them. Those intercepted by the postal service will probably eventually be shredded.
Brown worries about misinterpretations of the changes, such as people believing it's no longer possible to get individual pieces of mail graced with the North Pole postmark.
Copyright 2009 The Associated Press.

This woman is DA BOMB... A real heroine


Undercover Wife Busts Husband by Posing as a Chatroom Teen
by Warren Riddle — Nov 15th 2009 at 2:00PM


With its 'To Catch a Predator' sting operations, NBC's 'Dateline' has spawned a Web meme of motivational posters and jokes deriding repulsive sexual deviants. Those undercover sting operations have also inspired a wave of Net vigilantes who personally attempt to ensnare those unwitting, perverted dimwits.

A 69-year-old man in Wales was recently duped by an undercover crusader, and the operative just so happened to be in the next room. Instead of exchanging chat-room messages with what he thought was a 14-year-old girl, David Anthony Roberts was actually propositioning his own wife.


Cheryl Roberts, David's wife of 20 years, had recently grown suspicious of her husband's extensive online activities, particularly those he carried out under the message board alias of "Corky." With that in mind, she created profiles of 14- and 15-year-old girls on the site Bearshare and began engaging in clandestine discussions with her husband. The conversations apparently turned sexual in nature and finally culminated with David propositioning the 14-year-old character.

WalesOnline reports that Cheryl, who has since divorced her husband, called police after the incident. They made an arrest and subsequently found child pornography on the man's computer. David -- who, officials believe, may suffer from a neurological disorder -- plead guilty to eight charges of child pornography and is now a registered sexual offender. He is also being required to attend a sex offender program and is not allowed to contact anyone under the age of 18 on the Web. Chris Hansen would be proud. [From: Wales Online]

Thursday, November 05, 2009

Got my H1N1 vaccine..

No problems, not even a sore shoulder two days later.
After the routine seasonal shot my shoulder was sore for days.
This one? No problem.

Monday, November 02, 2009

GO YANKS!!!!!!!!!!!


At last the World Series, baseball's crown jewel event, is upon us, and the matchup is awfully hard to beat, even if it tilts toward those with an East Coast bias.

The Turnpike Tussle between the Phillies and the Yankees could be one of the best World Series in recent memory, and we could use one. The Fall Classic hasn't gone the distance since 2002, and it hasn't even gone beyond five games since 2003. Philly and New York both have left-handed aces, outstanding defenses and deep and punishing lineups, hinting that this time around the World Series could go long.

Isn't that what we all want -- Phils and Yanks fans excluded? After the jump, get all the latest news and information on the Series in addition to our staff's predictions.

Cute and cuddly boys.....cute and cuddly!!!!


This is my favorite show right now, I LOVE IT!!!!!!

Time change always messes me up

So I woke up at about 3am, roughly, and couldn't go back to sleep.
I started thinking about the past