Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Buckcherry 15

This album has been a long time coming for Buckcherry fans. One of the best things about the band is they never took themselves too seriously and are out to have fun. You can feel this in their songs. They have made some excellent party tunes, like “Lit Up”. After listening to the first single of 15 “Crazy Bitch” I got pretty pumped for this new record. I shouldn’t have, it was a severe let down.

Crazy Bitch was the only outstanding song on this album. There are few other decent songs, like Carousel. Carousel is your typical ballad, but it’s done well and I like the vocals and hook on it.

Where the last album was more about the parting and drugs this was mainly about a woman. How he did her wrong, how he is sorry, blah, blah, blah. Sometimes I like albums like this, but this isn’t one of those times. Skip the full CD and download the single for Crazy Bitch it’s definitely worth the 99¢.

2 out of 5

Check out the new template I built for Girl Next Door. I didn't have to do much she already had the picures, the color scheme she wanted, and the layout idea. All I had to do was put it together. Hopefully it's still working, you never know with stuff I build. If you haven't looked around since my design change you'll notice a new area in the side bar of the blogs I've designed. I'd like to throw a little traffic thier way for putting up with me. So go check them out.

Tuesday, May 30, 2006

X-Men: Last Stand.

Most likely it’s going to be comic book motivation for the rest of the week. Today’s is one with the X-Men to celebrate the beginning of the summer movies. Personally, I thought X-Men: Last Stand was going to suck. Well not just suck it was going to really fucking blow. How wrong I was X-Men Last Stand turned out to be the best one. With only one major fuck up, the Beast. That character looked stupid and the part was total shit. I could have done without the danger room scene that accompanied the first 10 minutes too. If you’re an X-Men fan or a comic nerd you’re going to love this movie. Stay past the credits.

The movie also had a preview for Ghost Rider and I’m stoked about this movie. The CG looks amazing and with Nick Cage you know it’s going to be true to the source material.

One of the best things about the influx of comic book movies is that the box office is now being ruled by nerds. So when the kids that actually get dates in high school are going to a movie and telling their girlfriends about the cartoon version on Saturday morning nerds everywhere are getting revenge. The “new” nerds are now impressing those hot girlfriends with there innate comic book knowledge, which is now popular. The hot girlfriend is then so impressed by the nerd’s knowledge she proceeds to give him a blow job in the theatre. It’s a great time to be a nerd. So shove that up your ass cool kids.

Friday, May 26, 2006

To our current soldiers, our veterans and the men and women that have lost their lives in service to our country.

Thank you.

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Flame On

I did a post awhile back about going fishing with my dad where a bunch of ninja attacked me. Like most of the crap I write it wasn’t serious in absolutely any way. I’m not trying to win a Pulitzer or even use correct grammar. I just write shit I think is funny. Sometimes it works most often it doesn’t. This morning I open my e-mail telling me there was a comment on that post. Here it is:

Ninja Gizmo said...

First of all, the plural of Ninja is Ninja. Secondly, is a doctored photo the best you can do? He is not even really in his uniform in that one. Thirdly, if a whole group of Ninja descended on you, you would not be here to tell about it. And finally, I would advise you to ask next time you go direct linking to images on a Ninja's site.

Let me respond:

  1. Who gives a rat ass?
  2. It’s called Google, and it was the gayest ninja I could find.
  3. Look at the blog dumbass don't mistake laziness for lack of creativity.
  4. It’s a story, you dumb fuck. I’m not too worried about Ninja in West Texas.
  5. I’ll offer you a little advice since you just finished your first year of college. It’s time to take your mamma’s tit out of your mouth and try to get invited to a party. If you can’t, then just show up at one.

Here is some “Constructive” criticism for you.

Your name on the blog says Nyare Herohtaro? Dude come on, you are white and go to OU. Most people from Oklahoma are inbred so I’m sure your mom couldn’t come up with that name. I bet you’re called Bubba around the house. Just because you sit in the basement watching anime does NOT make you a “young warrior” it makes you a virgin. I see you post about once a month. I think this is because you treat a post like a thesis. Guess what, it doesn’t have to be twenty pages. In your case you can write a simple paragraph detailing the latest Hentai you jerked off to or how the only girlfriends you have are exactly that “friends”. You sound na├»ve so here is one last nugget of truth for you. I know a lot of engineers, but I don’t know any ethical engineers.


I have been e-mailed me stating that the daily motivations aren't appearing everyday it's just the same one over and over. This is probably because the page is being cached just click refresh. I update "week" daily and if it's not up by noon then hit refresh it should change.


Today's motivation is for our current soldiers. I'll be doing a memorial wallpaper later today.

If you see a vetern this weeked be sure to say, Thank you. It doesn't hurt to make this a habbit everyday.

Wednesday, May 24, 2006

Congratulation Graduate

It's that time of the year where young men and women take the first real step to massive parting. Yes, it's graduation and the first heroic step into the partying years. Here he's a letter I wrote and sent a nephew this week along with a little cash.


Congratulation on your graduation. I am sure you will look back fondly on your high school memories and are eagerly anticipating college life. I bet this week your going to get tons of useful graduation gifts, like towels. Actually, towels are very handy to have and something you would never buy. This gift, however, is not sent to be helpful. If used to purchase anything “helpful” I will be sorely disappointed in you. One of my older brothers sent me a letter just like this one with all kinds of “unhelpful” suggestions. You should ask him about those. Now I can't tell you how to use this money. Whether you use it to pool you and your friends resources and throw a raging kegger, sneak into a strip club, or double it playing online poker, I leave it to your discretion. I know I can count on you to think of something “unhelpful” like I did.

Have a killer time!

-Big D

Note: I didn't actually say dude

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Godsmack IV Review

This morning I had to do a little field work and go fix a computer with printer and scanner problems at a customer premise. It only took about an hour so it’s wasn’t bad. However, today’s motivation was appropriate. Let’s just say it was extremely dark there.


Just like the title says this is Godsmack’s fourth album. It still does not match the ferocity of their self titled debut “Godsmack”. However, the album “IV” is their best since. Individual tracks like “Speak” and “No Rest for the Wicked” bring back some of that hard in your face anthems that the first CD delivered in spades. “Voodoo Too” is as good as the original and I have this song listed after Voodoo on my playback list for added effect. In the last two outings there has been some great tracks mixed in with crap, this breaks away from that and forms a cohesive album full of sharp metal goodness. No more 15 minute guitar solos and extended drum sets just pure HARD metal. Unlike bands such as System of a Down and Tool I don’t have to tune out all the politically bullshit either. Metal is not about peace, it’s not about whining to politicians, it’s about music that kicks your ass!

3 1/2 out 5

Sully Ambushed

I was getting some last minute information to do a review on Godsmack’s newest album IV. On their official home page under news I came to this link. It’s an interview for some small magazine, called Arthur Magazine. I guess it’s about music, I couldn’t really tell. Basically what happens is Sully, the lead singer, for Godsmack is ambushed into a political debate by some douche bag. Some of you whether you know it or not have listened to Godsmack. Their song “Awake” is on the recruitment commercials for the Navy. This fucker goes on about how Godsmack is wrong for letting the Navy use their song and they are basically killing kids, because they might not sign up if Godsmack’s song wasn’t played. The interviewer also implies how Godsmack sucks because they put on concerts for the military and visit the injured.

It was a great way for this piss ass little magazine with a circulation of 3000 to show their gratitude to Godsmack by ambushing them. Seriously, I don’t understand. This guy is lucky enough to speak with a band that’s album “IV” debut number one and instead of actually talking about their music he traps Sully into a politically debate. I don’t care if you disagree with our military or with our country, it’s your right. You can even be an extreme douche bag and not support our military. It makes you a total asshat and personally I’d like to beat the fuck out of you, but it’s your right. It’s even your right to ambush a band and make yourself look like a fucking idiot. All it does it shows your lack of respect for your country, it’s people, and yourself. Anyway fuck those motherfuckers. Here is a little snippet of the interview and I’ll post the album review later today.

JAY: What kind of people listen to your m

usic, do you think?

SULLY: Ummm… I’ve seen em range as young as 8 and as old as 68. [chuckles]

JAY: Yup.

SULLY: So it’s…

JAY: Well, you’ve seen a lot more of ‘em than I have, and I’m trying to get an idea of what it feels like when you’re out there—to you, on the stage. Do you think there’s a lot of teenagers in the audience? A lot of guys in their 20s? Chicks—

SULLY: Ah you know…

JAY: Is it a dude audience?

SULLY: I would say, if I had to guess what our age group is, it’s probably between …18 and 40.

JAY: Oh yeah?

SULLY: I would have to say that’s kind of where we’re at, maybe more, majority would be 18-30? But I, we definitely, we recruited a lot of new fans off of that acoustic record—

JAY: That did it, huh?

SULLY: —an older audience. And this record seems to be drawing in a different kind of audience as well, so. You know we’re just trying to continue to expand and not have a ceiling over our heads.

JAY: Right. You guys are still having a good time making music after all these years?

SULLY: Of course. We’re musicians, that’s what we do. It may not always be great music, but we love making it! [laughs]

JAY: Cuz music has a power…?

SULLY: Mmm hmm. It’s a universal language.

JAY: So what you say with it, and what you do with it, has an effect…?

SULLY: Of course.

JAY: Right?

SULLY: [emphatically] Of course.

JAY: So I notice you guys have been really involved with promoting the military. [1]

SULLY: Well, they actually came to us, believe it or not. Somebody in the Navy loves this band, because they used ‘Awake’ for three years and then they came to us and re-upped the contract for another three years for ‘Sick of Life.’ So, I don’t know. They just feel like that music, [laughs] someone in that place thinks that the music is very motivating for recruit commercials I guess. And hey, I’m an American boy so it’s not… I’m proud of it.

JAY: You’re proud of recruiting your fans into the military?

Monday, May 22, 2006

New Books

I stopped by Barnes & Noble this weekend as I was out of books. Barnes & Noble is one of my favorite places. I could spend hours in that store perusing the shelves finding a comfortable chair and sipping some coffee, reading a book I may or may not purchase. I read a book a week, most of the time it’s fantasy. Not too long ago I would be embarrassed to talk about my fascination with fantasy, thinking that I should read books with more substance. Instead I would make small talk about mysteries, war novels, or whatever else the masses read. I got over this reltively quickly. I enjoy books on fantasy it is definitely my genre and prefer it, why hide it. It only takes a few minutes to understand I'm a huge nerd anyway. I read other categories occasionally too, but I would say 90 percent fall into fantasy. Something about dragons, knights and wizards peak my imagination.

When I was growing up the Arthurian legends were always my favorite, most likely due to my last name’s origin, McArthur. When I found out as a kid my named meant Son of Arthur I was mesmerized with the tales. I hated Lancelot and loathed Guinevere, unlike most my favorite knight was always Gawain. The largest of the knights and loyalist knight I was able to identify with his size being bigger then all the other kids myself. Growing up other books only increased my love for fantasy. Books like Narnia, A Wrinkle in Time, and Lord of the Rings only cemented my love for this genre. Fantasy popularity has dramatically increased in recent years with Hollywood’s help and the LOTR movies. Imaginative new worlds like JK Rowling’s Harry Potter and Philip Pullman’s Dark Materials is not only bringing in a new generation of fantasy readers, but sparking the imagination of older readers. For us seasoned readers of fantasy the Song of Fire and Ice series by George RR Martin is revitalizing the shelves full of Tolkien ripoffs. It’s a great time to love this genre and a good time to start if you don’t already.

A lot of blogs review books, I occasionally write a review on my Amazon account. So I may start to bring some of that here. It will give me something to post about anyway. Here is a list of the books I bought this weekend.

The DaVinci Code

I guess it’s about time I see what the hype is about.

Dragon America by Mike Resnick

This is an alternate history book where George Washington commands Daniel Boone to train some dragons to help defeat the British army. I got this book mainly for Crazy Dan. He likes Daniel Boone, actually he likes anyone named Daniel.

Riftwar Legacy by Raymond E. Feist

I’ve read the Conclave of Shadows series so I thought I’d purchase this worlds beginnings. Krondor the Betrayal is the first book in a three part series.

Free Masonry for Dummies.

The secret society of the Free Masons in a dummy book, How could I resist?

Friday, May 19, 2006

Sharp Dressed Man

Don't worry you're at the right place. Unless you didn't mean to get here then your fucked. I've had that old stale template for a year. I've been meaning to change, but never got around to it. No excuses, I'm just lazy. I finally had a little free time between projects and actually had an idea. It would have been the greatest blog in the world. No, not this one. This is a tribute to the idea I had. I couldn't remember the original idea. Look at us, one and one make two and two and one make three. It was destiny. Sorry, I'll stop with the Tenacious D lyrics. From now on the “Daily Motivation” will be on the left side under the flaming lone star. You'll notice the side bar has gone to either drop downs and scrollers. Maybe I went overboard I just like the way they look. You'll notice I added my wallpaper links straight on this site instead having to click multiple times. I also updated the look for the anti-housewife mafia. Hope you members like it. The rocker smashing up his guitar at the top is Kurt Cobain applied with a little effect using illustrator. I also included some pictures of me and Crazy Dan with a drawing type of effect in Photoshop. If anyone is interested I may do a tutorial on how you can create that same effect. The tag at the top is hard to read on purpose it's the whole grunge feel I was trying for it says version 3 to signify this is my third template for this site. I'm not sure if it is possible to have a grunge feel with a clean look, it sort of defeats the purpose of grunge, but this is my attempt. I may add things as I see fit, it's still missing something in the sidebar, but for now this is it. Like it hate it, what do you think?

Rock at Work

Lately I've been listening to a lot of Internet Radio. At work it has replaced my mp3's as the preferred method of tunes. I use Launchcast, no particular reason why I just found it convenient. At first I wasn't a big fan, but it allows you to rate music. The more you listen and rate the better it becomes. It molds to your tastes. So if you have really eclectic tastes you get to hear a wide range of music.

Personally, I'm mainly rock. Whether it's alternative or heavy metal that's the usual genre for me. Sometimes I enjoy a little country and occasionally some Latin. There is something about Shakira I like. You know, besides the way she moves her hips and shakes her ass. I like her voice it's different. Even though the only Spanish I speak is on a menu, I like her songs that are sung in Spanish. I may not understand the words, but it seems like I could. She's definitely a guilty pleasure and I'm getting off the subject.

Using Launchcast I get to hear bands I would never have listened to otherwise. One band in particular right now that is kicking my ass, Thin Lizzy. I was never much into classic rock or as I like to call it rock before I was born. From my ratings they played them and immediately I knew this band rocked and rated it them the highest I could. Since then Launchcast has been playing songs by them often and I rate them high every time. I'm just sad it took this long to find them. It feels like a lot of rock out time was wasted.

Have a sweet Friday! Here is a link to a video of Thin Lizzy playing "Rocker".

Daily Motivation

Warning labels plague our society. But if they are this stupid the question is do they really read the warnings.

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Thursday, May 18, 2006


Going to school in the bible belts was pretty tough. There was always someone knocking on your door to "save" you. At the time I did not wish to be "saved" so me and some buddies thought that we should make up lyrics to songs that we heard around campus just to see if we could offend anyone. Walking around with my good buddy Adam one day we heard some people singing Jesus Has The Whole World In His Hands, for some reason this made Adam think of hand jobs so he started putting lyrics together about our lord doing the unthinkable to him, of course talking about cocks made us argue about who had the biggest. So in our brilliant debate about whose cock was bigger I had the snazzy line of saying "oh yeah, well I have a 12 inch moosecock!" that's when lighting struck and we knew we had the makings of a cult classic. I had forgotten about the song until I visited my old school the other day and over heard a few stoners singing a song, it was the song I had made up three years ago. I can not believe it has lasted this long the song is not that great but it is simple and easy to remember... don't forget if you decide to sing it it goes to that tune mentioned above.

He's got a 12 inch moosecock in his hands.
He's got a 12 inch moosecock in his hands.

He's got some hair and some semen in his hands.
He's got some hair and some semen in his hands.
He's got a moosecock in his hand.

He's got my brothers and fathers cock in his hands.
He's got my brothers and fathers cock in his hands.
He's got a moosecock in his hand.

He's got a 12 inch moosecock in his hands.
He's got a 12 inch moosecock in his hands.
He's got a moosecock in his hand.


Lord forgive me because I don't think Breezy ever will.
On a side note Birthday Wishes goes out to my beautiful bride Breezy.
I love you babe and one day you may even train me properly!

Daily Motivation

This motivation is a profound one and makes you contemplate.

I'm I that creepy, weird guy in the back?

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Wednesday, May 17, 2006

Daily Motivation

How you know no pass no play doesn't work.

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Tuesday, May 16, 2006

Daily Motivations

It's Tuesday and I don't know about you, but I'm enthused.

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Monday, May 15, 2006

Fishing with Dad...

What is more wholesome then fishing with Dad? It all depends are your dad I guess.

Several times this last week my dad was trying to get me to take off Friday to go fishing with him. I could have, but it's really not in my nature to take off. Plus, I thought he was joking, he never goes fishing. I told him I couldn't take off, but we could go Saturday. After work Dad called me over to his house and proceeded to show me the catch. That bastard went without me! He had 6 catfish between 4 and 6 pounds. After allowing him to rub it in for a few hours, I asked if we were still on for Saturday. Sure he said.

So I got up about 6am and loaded up the truck and we were off to an uncle's place in the country that had a tank stocked with bass and catfish. We had your regular bait; worms, shrimp, and liver, but were hoping to run into a jack rabbit on the way. Catfish love jack rabbit. They don't really like regular rabbit, but there is something about its long eared cousin that it finds tasty. We turn off the dirt road into a field. "Shortcut" Dad yells. A few minutes later he notices a jackrabbit bouncing up ahead. He looked at me and asked what the hell the problem was and to shoot the damn thing already. Knowing that the last time I shot a .22 was between five and ten years ago he knew I pretty much had no chance. I shot about six times and missed horribly. He smiled and reassured me there would be more chances on our way. A few minutes later another jackrabbit appeared and Dad slammed on the breaks and shot the little bastard on the first shot. I got out and retrieved the jackrabbit and threw him in the back of the truck. Next stop the fishing tank!

Unfortunately, unlike Friday morning the fish just aren't biting. We try all our bait, but nothing. I hooked a small bass and decided I'd take one of the poles and try a little bass fishing instead. I told dad about the plan and walked around the tank to find a good spot. It was hard going around the tank as the mesquite went right to the bank, but eventually I found a clearing. It was a nice cool spot, with a lot of shade and enough room to cast. I caught a few more small bass, but nothing of any real size. Out of the corner of my eye I spot a dark shape moving to me. I instinctively I brought up my fishing pole into a defensive posture. Then I felt something burst thru the pole and hit me square the middle of the head. Dazed I grab my forehead and feel a sting, and then notice blood on my hand. I look down on the ground still a little dizzy see a throwing knife. The fishing rod changed the direction just enough for the blunt handle to hit me instead of the sharp business end. I was pretty lucky. All of a sudden several shapes materialized out of the mesquite trees. Ninja! I know what you are thinking. Fucking ninja are everywhere these days. I scuffle with the ninja, were I get a few more scrapes and a bruise or two, but I sent them running in the end, because like we all know ninjas are really just a bunch of cowards.

I grab my fishing rod and head back to the truck. Damn, that was my favorite rod I think as I carry the broken hero. At least it saved my ass, It was a short but courageous life. I tell dad the story of the knife and the ninjas and he gives me that knowing look. "So you snagged your line on a tree, broke your rod trying to free it instead of just cutting the line? And how many times are you going to get knocked in the head by a low hanging branch before your remember your 6'5? "

I'll remember that next time you're attacked by ninja! In the mean time pass me a beer.

Taggged, Whatever.

ACCENT: Texas hick.

CHORE I DON'T CARE FOR: Dishes, just throw them away.


FAVORITE COLOGNE: Heidi Klum is from Cologne, Germany and that counts.

GOLD OR SILVER: Silver. Werewolves, HELLO!

HANDBAG I CARRY MOST OFTEN: I wouldn't say that I carry them, more like run with them. Nothing like the rich reward of some old lady's social security check.

INSOMNIA: For some reason I can only get 13 or 14 hours of sleep on a Sunday. It's sad really, it must be old age. I read somewhere you sleep less when you get older.

KIDS: Scare me!


MOST ADMIRABLE TRAIT: I have an admirable trait? Awesome.

NAUGHTIEST CHILDHOOD BEHAVIOR: Renting my dads pornos to classmates in elementary school.


PHOBIAS: Babies. Evidently fear is a factor for me.

QUOTE: "A buzzard shit on a flat rock and the sun hatch me."

RELIGION: I was called a heathen once, does that count?

SIBLINGS: 2 older brothers and a twin, Crazy Dan.

TIME I WAKE UP: 30 minutes after the alarm rings.

UNUSUAL TALENT OR SKILL: Giving people shit until they cry or have a nervous breakdown. It's only happened twice, but it was still sweet.

VEGETABLE I REFUSE TO EAT: Tomatoes, you sick bastards.

WORST HABIT: I high five random people. Damn you Jack Daniels.

X-RAYS: Like A list? Shit, damn near every bone in my body.

YUMMY STUFF I COOK: I refuse to answer this question on its gayness. Can't you just see someone answering this with: a steaming pile of cock, Hoo GAAA!!!

ZOO ANIMAL I LIKE MOST: Tricky question do I like stuff that can kill me or animals that remind me of my childhood? I guess I'll go with animals that fling shit.

Daily Motivations

It's Monday, so I'm not going to pressure you to have a great day. So instead just have a day or maybe take of the afternoon. Then all you have to have is a morning.

Everyone hates Courtney Love if not for being a naurotic crazy ass bitch then for killing Kurt Cobain and later stealing his music.

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Friday, May 12, 2006

Daily Motivations

Two people in Cutomer Care are out so that mean the Anti-Care
group is going to have to field support calls. Where is my stess ball? I left
it around my desk somewhere.

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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Daily Motivations

No witty line required for this one.

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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Daily Motivations

I know its hump day and todays motivation is a picture of Jessica
Simpson boobs. This is a coincidence. I in no way support the humping of Jessica
Simpson. It's like screwing the mentally handicapped. Sure it's easy, but in
the end she is still a retard. What do you know, I guess I have gone cutesy.

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Jessica Simpson is not mental handicapped at least after her "intelligence" injection. This injection is usually taken orally, but can be taken rectally. Christina and Pam are also in talks to receive this patented injection system. Applications and tutorials for the injections can be found at

Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Daily Motivations

It's Tuesday. Damn, it's only Tuesday.

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I promise to update them some day.

Monday, May 08, 2006

Oscar De La Hoya vs Ricardo Mayorga - Round 6

Forget all the shit talk by Mayorga. Oscar smelled blood and here is round 6!

Daily Motivations

Sorry I'm late, no theme just miscellaneous motivations this

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Sunday, May 07, 2006

Do yourself a favor and check out this site!

Friday, May 05, 2006

Daily Motivation

This is the last of politics for awhile.

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Thursday, May 04, 2006

Worlds Greatest Combo

Finding the perfect combination for your beer is not just luck it takes time sometimes even years. Great food combinations relies on the concept that foods working together as a team can come up with a greater taste and enjoyment then they can working alone. I was lucky to have found the perfect combination early in life and I remember it like it was yesterday.

<---- Amarillo, Tx (No, Shit)

It was decided that since I had never been to Hooters we should go their, and to celebrate bursting my cherry we hot boxed the car on the way there. Upon arrival I was thirsty, but once I walked in that door I only had one thing on my mind big and bubbly Hooters Shiner Boch. I was amazed at all the things this family restaurant had to offer, I just could not take my eyes off all of the Hooters televisions, every screen was some kind of sport being played it was amazing. After several pictures of beer these tiny tinder chicken pieces arrived, I told our waitress that I was a big man and could eat grown-up pieces of chicken. She just laughed and bent over to place the tray in front of me exclaiming that these were the famous Hooters buffalo wings and I should give them a squeeze, blushing she said I mean try. After trying those juicy firm glistening Hooters wings I knew that my beer had finally found its best friend.

Some may proclaim that peanuts (fags) are the best with beer while other argue that pretzels (penis envy) are best with beer. All these insane people are wrong my reasons for saying this is that beer was meant to be with something tender, sometimes sweet, but always hot and ready for action.

Daily Motivation

I don't know if yesterday was a chilly reception or if it just
wasn't funny. So I thought I'd post two daily motiviations. Maybe they both
won't suck.

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Wednesday, May 03, 2006

Daily Motivation

Turn about is fair play.

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