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Thursday   Jan 8, 2009   Vol 2269 - 4th Q Fumble 

Quote of the Day

"I believe in three separate but equal 
  branches of government. If Obama steps 
  over the bounds, I will tell him...I do not 
  work for Barack Obama. I work with him."  
      --  Harry Reid, saying he will no longer be a
           rubber stamp for the White House  Link

 We gotta get rid of this weak and stupid dishrag.
 After coddling Der Fuhrer, he vows to fight Obama?

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Bush Goes Out a Winner 
Arrow Pelosi, Reid Re-elected 
Arrow Dems FU while GOP watch HOT
Arrow Porn industry's Bailout HOT
Arrow Poker with Harry Reid HOT
Arrow W and the Damage Done 
Arrow Zeppelin without Plant? 
Arrow Choice Carrie Underwood 




"It reminded me of the dogs being sicced on children 
  in Birmingham, Alabama. That’s what it reminded me of." 
    --  Bobby Rush, Black Panther turned Illinois Rep. comparing Reid's refusal 
         to seat Burris to one of the most violent chapters of the civil rights movement,   Link

 Bobby, you just set a new bar for Democratic stupidity.
 Christ, how embarrasing it is sometimes to be a Democrat 
 Could you have possibly demeaned the civil rights movement any more? 

 Gee, the last time it rained, it reminded me of Dresden and Hiroshima.

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Bush Goes Out a Winner


Pickles Bush was ridiculed when she recently asserted that history would judge her husband's 
presidency a great success. It is easy to laugh when she claimed that an Iraqi journalist's shoe attack 
against Bush was an indication of freedom and happiness resulting from American occupation. 

Muntader al-Zaidi, the shoe assailant, isn't free at all. He sits in prison with a badly beaten body 
but it turns out that Laura Bush was absolutely right. Bush will leave office with an abysmally low 
approval rating of just 27%, but with a long list of checked off items on his agenda. Bush succeeded 
in radically changing nearly every facet of government, and always with the help of the idiot Democrats. 

Even when at his nadir in the polls, Bush managed to transfer $700 billion dollars into the pockets 
of his high-roller banking friends. He has implicated so many Democrats in torture, the party has 
little choice but to give him and themselves immunity. 'It is hard to see how Bush can be considered 
a failure when the so-called opposition aided him every step of the way.'"

The idiot Democrats did this to themselves.
They didn't even have the brains or the courage to act selfishly - why?.

To quote the Joker, "Democrats deserve a better class of crooks representing them."

The Democrats let Bush and his 27% approval rating push them around - why?
They signed onto torture and raping the Constitution - why?
They agreed to help Bush do everything they promised to prevent.

"You were right all along, Bart! We're cowardly f-ing idiots. "

House re-elects Nancy Pelosi as speaker


Reid re-elected as Majority Leader


No, no, no, no, no, no, no!!!

Pelosi and Reis are worse than worthless.
They are going to work against Obama for all the wrong reasons.

Obama's biggest failure so far is not getting rid of them.

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Dems Screw-up while Republicans Watch
 How did I get in a party of such losers?


As Democrats cracked on the Burris question, Republicans mostly watched. And smiled - to themselves. 
"More drama," one wrote to me as the Feinstein news broke. Burris’s appearance was "brilliant stagecraft, 
if it was all on purpose," the Republican continued. "He looked sad and cold, wrapped his coat around 
himself at one point. It was evocative of the 1960s, just in color - a black man being turned away."

Why does everyone keep saying that?
He wasn't turned away because he was Black.

He was turned away because Reid is a brainless douche.
How does Reid being a brainless douche remind anyone of the sixties?

For much of the day, Republicans, who haven’t had much to enjoy lately, felt the satisfaction of watching 
a mess that was completely someone else’s. "It’s not our problem," the Republican told me. "We would like 
a special election, but we have zero ability to make it happen." In addition to enjoying seeing Democrats 
squirm, Republicans also believe the public is, at least narrowly, on their side.

Is it too early to start drinking?

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See more at  whatnowtoons.com


"I hope Obama's love affair with bipartisanship will come to an end very soon. Not because I 
don't think it's a good idea to have both sides working together, but because Conservatives 
are incapable of doing just that.  They do not want Obama to succeed because it will weaken 
their grip on American politics for years to come at the expense of average Americans just 
trying to get by. It's about ideology for them and not about the healing that our country is in 
desperate need of. I think Obama will soon feel their un-partisan wrath sooner rather than later 
and hopefully it will snap him out of any thought he had that he could work with Conservatives, 
no matter how "centrist" he goes." 
      --  John Amato,    Link

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 Subject: Congress and it members do not work for the President

A number of comments by you and others on your page seem to indicate a belief that Congress and 
it's members are supposed to work for the President.  You went so far as to say that if President Obama 
appointed Pelosi and Reid to cabinet positions  "Then he could get smart people with courage to run the 
House and Senate". 

The President does not have the power to choose the leaders of Congress.  This notion is completely 
comtrary to the Constitutional reality that Congress and the office of President are co-equal branches 
of the Federal government.  And I for one hope it stays that way.

You mean we still have a Constitution?
Who found it? 

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Sweet on Caroline
  by Maureen Dowd



I know Caroline Kennedy. She's smart, cultivated, serious and unpretentious. The Senate, 
shamefully sparse on profiles in courage during Dick Cheney's reign of terror, would be lucky to get her.

And believe me, she talks a whole lot better than the former junior senator from New York, Al D'Amato, 
who once wailed that he was 'up to my earballs' in some mess, and another time complained to me that 
those 'little Jappies' bring over boats full of cars and then take the boats back empty."

Anyhow, it isn’t how you say it. It’s what you say. Hillary Clinton is a great talker, but she never 
stood up in the Senate to lead a crusade against any Republican horror show, from Terri Schiavo 
to the Bush administration’s dishonest push to war.

When they changed the law to make Hillary America's only senator...

Wait, Hillary isn't America's only senator, so why does she always get singled out?
Because America's whore press can't write a column without sniping at Hillary?

And why does Caroline get a pass?
She keeps saying her life has been about public service, right?

Was she struck dumb when Bush stole power?
Did her pens all run out of ink for eight years?

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"The argument has been made that one of the reasons that the US government assassinated
Martin Luther King Jr. was because of his speech at Riverside Church in New York, I think it
was Riverside Church, where he came out fully against the war in southeast Asia and fully
against the policies that were being perpetuated against the American people in general.
He left his little safe niche of, oh, well, he's a spokesman for the Negroes, and stepped outside
that and started taking on greater issues and so the United States government said, well,
it's time to get rid of this guy."
     -- Mike Malloy as quoted by "Hawkins" who called the quote "obnoxious."  Link

 These days, almost nobody thinks James Earl Ray shot MLK.

 I guess Hawkins believes James Earl Ray was guilty, 
 so he probably thinks Lee Harvey Oswald killed JFK 
 so he probably thinks Sirhan Sirhan killed Bobby.
 I guess Hawkins believes everything his government tells him.

 He probably thinks Bush didn't torture, either.

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Tom Geoghan is running 
for Rahm Emanuel's seat.

 Subject: Question

Why are you not talking about how 'W' denied the use of Blair House to the Obama family 
when they requested to use it before the inauguration, even though no one else is using it?

 I heard about this last night watching Jon Stewart.
 Believe it or not, some things get past me.

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Porn industry seeks federal bailout
 Hot naked ladies are no longer in demand?



Another major American industry is asking for financial assistance: Hustler publisher Larry Flynt 
and Girls Gone Wild CEO Joe Francis said Wednesday they will request that Congress allocate 
$5 billion for a bailout of the adult entertainment industry.
'The take here is that everyone and their mother want to be bailed out from the banks to the big three,” 
said Owen Moogan, spokesman for Larry Flynt. “The porn industry has been hurt by the downturn 
like everyone else and they are going to ask for the $5 billion."

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Marty's Entertainment Page

Marty always has good stuff.

Click on the E!

 Subject: Meeting of the Presidents 

Yesterday all of the former Presidents met in the Oval Office. According to reports
they each talked with Obama in private but refused to discuss what they said to him. 
Here's my guess:
Carter told of how he achieved peace between Egypt and Israel that has lasted to this very day.
Daddy Bush told of how it's best to declare victory and get out ASAP.
The Big Dog told him how to get stuff done without his new Secretary of State noticing.
Dubya met privately with Obama for over half an hour. 
   It took him that long to show him how to get an outside line.


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"Leon Panetta was in the small handful of people who knew there was a 
  terrorism problem long before anybody else had heard of al-Qaeda."
    -- Richard Clarke, on Panetta's qualifications to run the CIA,   Link

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 Subject: How can we be angry with Bush if he acted with the Democrats' permission?

But she was LIED too.
I think that has been the answer so far.

 Chu, that's cheating.
 Do you hate Hillary so much that you'll cheat to make her look bad?

 If Hillary went along with Bush's torture program she wouldn't be Sec of State.
 If Hillary went along with Bush's FISA crimes she wouldn't have voted against it.

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W. and the damage done
 Bush inherited a peaceful, prosperous America. 
 As he exits, we try to assess the devastation.



The homes of nearly one in four mortgage-holders are worth less than the mortgage.

Decline in the Dow - 38%
Manufacturing jobs lost since 2000: - 3.78 million
Four million manufacturing jobs lost.

Cost of Bush's Iraq debacle - "You can't get any lower than $3 trillion."
Bush said Iraq would cost $60 billion. 
In reality, it costs us $12 billion per month

Number of detainees who have died in U.S custody: Nearly 100 have died.
Amnesty International says more than three dozen were disappeared.

Number of uninsured Americans: 46 million.
Number of Americans of Food Stamps - 30 million, 10% of the United States.

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 Subject: Last issue

Bart, you wrote:

> He could make Harry Reid Secretary of Unnecessary Handjobs
> and make Nancy Pelosi the Secretary of Silly Shit.

> Then he could get smart people with courage to run the House and Senate.

I agree.  I had a similar idea earlier in the transition for BO to pick LIEberman for something.  
Even though the Republican’t governor of CT would appoint the 2010 loser, it’d be worthwhile.
As you well know, JoeL never voted WITH us on anything important.

I’ve tried to follow your example and not freak out too bad on BO’s appointments, 
but I hated to see Hillary plucked from the Senate—I wanted her to take Reid’s job, 
carry BO’s water, and build a career for herself there, like LBJ without the SE Asian adventure. 

On another website (horrors!), I recently read the perfect name for Reid.  You’ve probably gotten 
some of his “Give ‘em hell” emails, trying to convince us he’s another Truman.  This writer referred 
to him as “Give ‘em HEAD” Harry—I laughed so hard I thought YOU had written it!

Sorry to hear about your recent challenges; I’m sure you didn’t need them.  
Let’s hope Sabutai has a little more magic for us for tomorrow night, no?

Boomer Sooner!
 Eddy, a bartcop.com pillar

Eddy, thanks for that.
We're going to revisit the Sabutai Miracle in this issue.

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Find out how easy it is to create your own signs

 Subject: So Sorry About Your Cat!  / What We can do for Animals Today

Hi Bart,  So sorry about your cat...  That was so sad.  
I know how close a family gets to their pets and how much it hurts.

On that sensitive and emotional note, I hope you don't mind if I mention the horrible things that are 
happening to animals (not just people) around the country -- thanks to the Bush Depression.  
Shelters full, thousands of animals abandoned in foreclosed homes, left to starve.  Poor families 
having to give up their pets when they loose their homes.  Apartments won't take them and families 
'doubling up' with other families don't have room. 

Please include info on this on Bartcop!  Because tt isn't just poor and middle class people who are 
hurting thanks to Bush/Cheney and their corporate overlords.  It continues today:  millions in bonuses 
and salaries for fat cat corporate executives who caused this financial bubble.  But nothing for the poor, 
defenseless animals who support us average people every day, day in and day out. 

Please help us to be more compassionate to our animals and the environment and not forget them.  
In this time of anger, panic, tragedy, remember the downtrodden animals need our support.
Adding support for animal welfare is a great way to remember our own animal friends, don't you think?

I thought of this when I saw this story from your neck of the woods on Raw Story a few weeks ago:
Oklahoma woman cares for 100 dogs

This woman lives in a trailer in OK with 100 dogs!  And Compassionate Seeds seem like great people 
who need support so they can support dogs and cats.  Could you please add a plug for them and other shelters?

And this: Mortgage meltdown sends pets to pound

Hope things go better in the new year for you and your family.
All the best,

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I Want to Play Poker with Harry Reid


A seventy-one year old dude who hasn't held office for 14 years, appointed by a crook, 
takes the Senate Majority Leader to the cleaners. Reid is a red state senator, up for re-election 
in 2010 and under pressure from the right, who is already making noise about appeasing Repugs
who aren't going to be appeased. He's a hazard to Obama's agenda, which is why leading Senate 
Democrats tried to ease him out as Majority Leader last year.

See: Daschle, Tom.

Burris will be seated. He's not gonna deal. 
Why should he? 
He's playing poker with Harry Reid.

Well put.
Reid is from Nevada and the only poker moves he's shown so far is how to fold.

But now that we have a elected leader who doesn't represent BIG OIL,
that crazy Reid bastard is vowing to keep him in line.


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Zeppelin without Plant?
 Plant's too old to play with these guys


Jimmy Page's manager today confirmed that Led Zeppelin are planning to tour and record
a new album with a replacement singer for the very old Robert Plant.

Plant confirmed in December that he wasn't interested in a full Led Zeppelin reunion.
He wants to play those songs, but not with the co-writers of the songs
John Paul Jones has hinted they were willing to continue with or without Plant.

Let Plant sing "Going to California" and "If I Were a Carpenter" for 120 people forever.
Meanwhile, Jimmy, John Paul and Jason will be selling out the world's biggest stadiums.

This reminds me of a funny Zeppelin story.
Back around 1975, somebody, maybe Atlantic Records, threw a big party
and lots of  music stars and music industry people were there.

At the time Zeppelin was still building their reputation for mayhem on the road and Peter Grant,
their manager, spotted Bob Dylan near the punchbowl so he went over to introduce himself.

"Hi, I'm Peter Grant, Led Zeppelin's manager," said Grant, and Dylan replied,
"Don't come to me with your f-ing problems."

I find that hysterical.

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Tonight, the Oklahoma Sooners are playing Florida for the National Football Championship.
I can't think of that without remembering my old friend Dennis "Sabutai" Clark.

Here is his incredible story - at least excerpts from it - from Bartcop 370 and 373

Subject:  Dennis Clark in ICU

Date:  Fri, 22 December   (2000)

From:   sanitee

One of the most dedicated and hard-working Democrats we have had in Tulsa County
has been Dennis "Sabutai" Clark.  He has volunteered thousands of hours to keep the
Headquarters open, and he was always there with information about the party and the players.

Unfortunately, Dennis is in the intensive care unit at St. John's hospital in the last stages of
congestive heart failure.  Those of you who know Dennis personally understand why.
He has fought an overwhelming weight problem for years, and was never able to get his
weight down to a manageable size.  Although he is only in his mid-40's, (actually, mid 50's)
his heart can no longer carry the burden, and he is going downhill fast.  ICU's will generally
not allow visitors except family, and as I understand it, he is floating in and out of consciousness.

You might send a note to his mother, Lois.
Dennis lived with her, and this is a terrible time for her.
Dennis's father passed away 6 or 7 years ago.

Lois Clark
713 N. Maplewood
Tulsa, OK  74115 (Mrs. Clark passed away years ago)

Keep Dennis in your prayers.
He is a good man and a wonderful friend.

Barbara Santee
Tulsa Democrats
District 1

 James Dennis "Sabutai" Clark - 1947-2000

 Dennis died today, shortly after midnight.

 I've never been the type to have a "best friend," but if I was,
 that best friend would be Dennis "Sabutai" Clark.

2009 Sidebar:
The preacher read parts of this at his funeral.
Once you read it, you'll realize how glad I was that he didn't read all of it.

 I had never heard the name "Sabutai" until he bought my old computer and got online.
 Sabutai was one of Genghis Khan's top soldiers.

 I met him in 1977.
 When you have 23 years of memories, it's hard to know where to start.

 He knew a girl I worked with, and when we met, our taste in politics and music
 were similar so we started hanging out.

 He was an extremely intelligent man, his font of knowledge was immense.
 He knew everything.

 For almost 20 years, he'd come over on Friday or Saturday nights and we'd party.
 Dennis was a big ol' boy, and he could stay with me, shot for shot - no easy feat.
 He was so funny, he'd get a few drinks in him and start getting naughty.
 I remember things like New Year's Eve, we'd sit around and watch Dick Clark or
 whatever and get shit-faced, we had so much fun just giggling like schoolkids.

 We seemed to get each other's jokes.
 If one of us made a reference the other didn't understand, we'd just stare at each other
 until it finally clicked and then the laugh was bigger than ever. It got to where we'd
 intentionally blur the reference to make the punch line harder to find.

 He was so funny, now and then he'd get real serious and we wouldn't know if he was
 kidding or not, and then he'd say his dad used to wear dresses and that's why he grew up
 "funny," and then he'd bust out laughing. We never knew if he was kidding or not.

 We did so many road trips together, I can't remember the first one.
 In 1985, we heard Jimmy Page and his new band "The Firm" was playing Wichita.
 We scored tickets and hopped into Mrs BartCop's touring sedan and we were off  to Kansas.
 Page was insane. 
 He'd called up the devil for a truly inspired performance that night.
 When the concert was over, Dennis didn't say anything, he just gave me a big hug.

 Another time, I think it was 1987, Pink Floyd was playing Dallas.
 I planned to get hammered for this earthshaking concert, so Mrs. BartCop agreed to drive the
 sedan back to the cheap-ass hotel. Coming out of the show, I was loopy, but Dennis always 
 kept his head, even when he was hammered. Mrs. BartCop hates driving in the dark,  especially 
 in strange, big cities (Dallas freeways are like a NASCAR race) so Dennis was helping with 
 directions. He told her to take some exit, but she couldn't read the sign so we missed  it and 
 had to turn around and come back. Dennis teased her about being blind and that really pissed 
 her off.  That following week, Mrs. BC went to the optomitrist to have her eyes checked, 
 since she couldn't read the damn sign, and the eye doctor told her she had glaucoma
 She would've found out sooner or later, but his needling might've saved her sight.

 In 1985, I bought the Hard Rock Island live music club.
 Dennis was one of the few people I could trust, so he helped out a lot.
 Once, me and Mrs BartCop took off to Minneapolis and Chicago to see Robert Plant
 and Dennis ran the club for us while we were gone. Go figure, the day after we left,
 the cooler broke, so, as smart as he was, Dennis put a sign on the door that said,
 "Our beer is hot, but you can come in anyway."
 I could've killed him for that.

 Now, maybe you know, maybe you don't, but Dennis was a big ol' boy.
 He was bigger than anyone currently in the NFL, for example.
 One night, he was tending bar at a slow night at the Rock, and some guy at 
 the bar  kept looking at Dennis saying, "I'm sure I know you from somewhere."
 (You'll think I'm making this up, but it's true.)

 After trading "do you know this guy and that guy" for a half-hour, the guy slaps his
 forehead and says, "Now I remember! You and me and two other dudes rode a
 Volkswagen Beatle to Los Angeles and back a dozen years ago."

 The idea that a sentient human being could share a ride in an un-airconditioned 
VW bug  with Dennis for eight days and not remember him is downright hysterical.
 But I saw it unfold with my own eyes.

 Koresh, there are so many memories after 23 years.
 Right after the Hard Rock closed, if you remember an earlier rant, I was too broke
 to file bankruptcy. Every weekend about that time, Dennis would drop by with a bottle
 of whiskey or vodka so we could get a buzz when we were dead f-ing broke.

 It's weird - there were so many stories.
 I can hear him saying, "Tell them this one, and that one" - there were so many.

 More than anyone I ever met, our politics were identical.
 I always joked that when I became president, he'd be my Chief of Staff.
 Remember what President Bartlet said?

 "Do you have a best friend?
 Is he smarter than you?
 Do you trust him with your life?
 That's your Chief of Staff!"

 That was Sabutai.

 He was real, real proud of my "success" at  bartcop.com.
 Every day, he'd send me a couple of e-mails a day with jokes in them.
 One day he asked me why I never used any of his stuff, and I replied that I thought
 what he sent me was just for my eyes. That was the first inkling I had that someone
 would actually consider it an "honor" to have their stuff published at  bartcop.com

 For the last 15 years, we called each other "Dude."
 Dennis was just as areligious as I am, but he gave more than any religious 
 person I know.  He also had the best sense of humor I've ever seen in my life.

 Besides politics, two of his big passions were wrestling and Oklahoma Sooner football.
 I know he was looking forward to the football championship game Wednesday.

 Yesterday, I tried to get a message to him in the hospital..
 They said he was fading in and out of consciousness, so I called St Johns and
 was trying to get to some nurse who could speak to him when he was alert.
 He has several friends with similar-sounding names, so I asked the lady who
 answered the phone in ICU to tell Dennis that "BartCop" wanted to know 
 if he could do anything for him.

 The lady said, "Sorry, I'm not allowed to give out his home address."

 (Steam coming off my head...)

 Jesus Christ, why do I live in Oklahoma?
 It took all my restraint to avoid launching on this brainless idiot.
 Hopefully, that wasn't representative of the medical care they provided.

 So, a shot of Chinaco to my old friend, James Dennis "Sabutai" Clark.

 Dude, you were an original - no doubt about that.
 I'm going to miss you - I know a lot of people will.

 PS. Dude, do me one last favor:

 I'll watch the big Oklahoma game Wednesday with a shot of Chinaco standing by.
 If you can, try to cause a Florida State fumble in the 
 fourth quarter so OU can win the game, and we'll share one last toast.

 ...bye, Dude.

Three issues later - Game Day

 Watching the Orange Bowl, waiting for the fourth quarter "Dennis fumble..."

 The biggest bitch I have is the biased announcers.
 Everything Florida State does is "great," even tho they haven't scored a point.

 And everything Oklahoma does is "trying their best against a much better team."
 Hey, I'm not kidding myself, Oklahoma could still lose this by 30,
 but the announcers are about as "fair and impartial" as FOX News.

 Let's hope the officials don't screw up some major call, giving the championship
 to the state of Florida, of all places, if they don't deserve it.

 Orange Bowl Update

 After three quarters,
 the powerful "Florida State scoring machine" has a goose egg.

 ...and then ...in the middle of the fourth quarter...

 Florida State quarterback Chris Weinke fumbles as he is tackled during the 
 fourth quarter of the Orange Bowl.   The fumble set up the only Sooner touchdown,
  with OU beating FSU 13-2 for the championship.

 ...thanks, Dude.

For the record, I don't believe in any kind of afterlife but I think 
Sabutai would've gotten a big kick out of the coincidence.

I asked him to cause a fumble from "the other side" (like that's possible),
and lo and behold that's exactly what happened so I ran with it.

Wouldn't it be cool if, eight years later - tonight - Oklahoma recovered a 
fourth quarter fumble that made them National Champions again?

For it to count, it has to be fumble in the 5-10 minute mark of the 4th Quarter
and the fumble has to be the catalyst that changes the game for a Sooner win.   

If this works, maybe there is something to the afterlife :)
Thanks for the fumble, Dude.

Proof that man and dinosaurs lived together

Worldwide Bartcop

They read it in Anchorage, Alaska (Hi to Tripp and Trigg and Flapjack!)

They read it in Hoorn, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

They read it in Islamabad, Pakistan

They read it in Hayward, CA  (Hi to Pauline with the shiny rings!)

They read it in Rosice, Jihomoravsky Kraj, Czech Republic 

  Want to sell stuff everywhere?

They have money - their economy isn't run by a religiously-insane moron.

Why sell to America when you can sell to the world?

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Subject: Donation

Hi Bart,
I'm kicking in 140.00 for a days worth of care for your Uncle. 
I know a little of what you're going thru.

Sorry to hear about Bartcat. All my four footed friends 
have made me a better human, not perfect, just betterer.

Jim, thanks for that.
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