Thursday, November 30, 2006


CLAY!!$#$@#$#$@# LOLZ!#!@##$#@!

Lean wit it rock wit it, son.

Sorry I'm not as clever as my namesake, but these things just happen.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006


Mad props to the gulliest man in a sombrero, Trapper Clay Juan. Dude makes a post about Clay "Don't Tread On Me" Aiken and gets a 2342341412341234% increase at his blog. Props man - now watch the tires on your car. Claymates make MJ fans look tame as a Coldplay record, apparently.

Most hilarious part is the comments - one anti-Claymate warns "They will have your credit report and home address posted online before long. Good luck!" Dammit - now everyone will no Juan can't afford that new Civic he's had his eye on - not that the old one's in bad shape or anything.

I just...I just can't get enough of the Claynation or the Claymates or making Clay into other awful puns. Lou is gonna shit himself when he sees all these. I leave you with this comment from yet another anonymous Claymate:

"OMG! Good BLog! Lol..You are a hoot, but I will say this...the ClayNation does not need another site following Clay. There is already way too much to follow."

Thursday, November 23, 2006

Turkey time!

Remember to give thanks to your local townies.

Also get ready for the the most wonderful time of the year!!

Who told you you could eat my cookies?!?!!

Monday, November 20, 2006

Greasy hair again

Go go gadget obligatory Monday morning post!

I need to stop treating myself so poorly on weekends. When my lower back is numb on Saturday mornings, that's my body saying, "Hey dickhole, knock it off." My body's smart like that. (And has a sailor's tongue, too, apparently.)

Week Six of Beard Season™. Time for trimming and time for turkey. 'Tis the season.

Monday, November 13, 2006

Be careful where you sing that Tetris music

It's the Fightin' Fifth™!!



Wednesday, November 08, 2006


No Rummy, YOU'RE the man. I'll miss ya. Happy trails, and good luck in your imminent appointment as advisor to Lockheed-Martin or Toys 'R' Us or something.


Politicians Sweep Midterm Elections
Resounding Victories In All States, Counties, Cities, Towns

WASHINGTON, DC—After months of aggressive campaigning and with nearly 99 percent of ballots counted, politicians were the big winners in Tuesday's midterm election, taking all 435 seats in the House of Representatives, retaining a majority with 100 out of 100 seats in the Senate, and pushing political candidates to victory in each of the 36 gubernatorial races up for grabs. More.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Still spreading santorum

I'm grateful to be a registered voter here on The Moon. It means I get to jury-rig a voting machine and vote my favorite bigot at least 74, but as many as 75, times.

Yee haw. Of course, if you didn't know, this is the etymological origin of his name.

In other news, Beard Season™ slowly emerges from the depths and despair of Creepy Guy With Stubble Season™ and enters the glory that is Fightin' Week Four™. Saddle up.