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Ready or Not — Apocalypse Friday!

December 20, 2012

So, the end of the ancient Mayan calender is finally here — December 21, 2012 (yes, I dignified the date with a Wikipedia link)!  Well, doomsday may go a little unnoticed as it strikes at approximately 6:12am EST (11:12 am GMT) when the Winter Solstice officially happens.  I’ll be up, but if your alarm startles [...]

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STD in the City

December 10, 2012

When there’s something real to report on the fiscal cliff “talks,” I’ll get on that. In the meantime, apparently sex in New York City is becoming very hazardous.  A new study from New York City’s Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (mental hygiene, huh?… just a tad Orwellian) indicates that 33% of the city’s 181 [...]

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My Sandy Experience

November 4, 2012

Well, Hurricane Sandy was one to remember.  The rains came by Monday afternoon at about 4pm.  By 5:30pm the lights were flickering a bit, but my area has underground power lines and I’m a few blocks from a major hospital, so I wasn’t too worried.  By 7:45pm, the lights went off and didn’t come back [...]

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Bloomberg Proposes Ban on Big Sugary Drinks

May 31, 2012

The case for term limits, Exhibit 1:  New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg has decided to fully embrace nanny-statism by proposing a ban on sugary drinks over 16 ounces being sold in his fiefdom city. Here’s Bloomberg defending this proposal: We’re not taking away anybody’s right to do things, we’re simply forcing you to understand [...]

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OWS Destroying the 99 Percent

December 15, 2011

When that collection of moochers, Obama zombies, disillusioned youth, anti-semites, and other ne’er-do-wells known as Occupy Wall Street started causing trouble several months ago, they claimed that they were trying to draw attention to the disparity between the successful (those they call “the one percent”) and everyone else (“the ninety nine percent”) in attempt to [...]

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One Useful Idiot’s Moment at the “Occupy Wall Street” Protests

October 5, 2011

The person featured prominently in this video, the self-identified “Lotion Man”, pretty much embodies what the “Occupy Wall Street” crew is all about: Hmm… lets see.  He’s annoying, attention-loving (as many three-year-olds are), somewhat incoherent, emotional not rational, and an agitator.  Sounds pretty much just like an average young New York City lib with a [...]

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Feds to Probe Poor NYC Snow Removal

January 4, 2011

The Blizzard of 2010 is still causing trouble in New York City.  Now, the feds are opening a criminal probe as to whether or not leaders of the Sanitation and Transportation Departments in NYC told their employees to deliberately slow down  snow removal efforts during the storm, probably to either milk overtime pay or make [...]

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Bloomberg’s “Cowboy Hat and a Shotgun”

August 20, 2010

New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg is a perfect example for term limits, not just for his unabashed support for the Ground Zero mosque, but for what he said a week ago on his radio show.  I live in the NYC media market and heard nothing about Bloomberg’s gaffe until today! Everybody knows that Amerindian [...]

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Times Square Bomber Apprehended

May 4, 2010

If this were the 1990s, the first paragraph of the news story template might sound something like this.  But today, that story’s template would sound something like this:  a male from a Muslim country between the ages of 18 and 30 tries to blow up a crowded area in a city. In the Obama Nation [...]

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