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Weekend-Monday   Jan 19-21,  2013    Vol 3001 - Existential

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Hundreds Masturbate with Guns
The GOP and the Debt Ceiling
Obama's Fighting Liberals, too
Arrow O to "lead" on Climate Change
Arrow Stan Musial Dead at 92
Arrow Amazon Helps Tequila Treehouse
Arrow Hottest Elf - Stacy Keibler


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"Art historians now theorizing that Van Gogh's brother Te'o
  only imagined that Vincent cut off his ear..."
    -- Dennis Miller, trying to be funny in a tweet

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Hundreds Masturbate with Guns
Out of 330 million Americans


Hundreds of people are gathering in state capitals nationwide to rally against gun sanity.

An estimated 600 people turned out so far for Saturday speeches in Austin, Texas.
Many are carrying signs that say "I'm a Fucking Moran." and "I Sex My Guns."

Meanwhile, police say hundreds more joined rallies in New England while organizers
also have plans to gather in capital cites to the west.  Nutjobs have promoted the
"Guns Across America" rallies primarily via social media.

There's is nothing they'd like more than to re-fight the Civil war.

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The GOP and the Debt Ceiling
by Joe Conason


A prolonged confrontation over the nation’s debt ceiling — unlike the “fiscal cliff,”
which provoked many scary headlines – could truly be grave for both America and
the world. While press coverage often mentions the possibility of lowered credit ratings
for the US Treasury (again), that might only be the mildest consequence if Republicans
in Congress actually refuse to authorize borrowing and avoid default.
Last time the nation prepared to face such an impasse, during the spring and summer of 2011,
Matthew Zames laid out a disturbing scenario in which he foresaw a rolling catastrophe that
could inflict hundreds of billions in additional borrowing costs; spark a run on money funds,
leading to a renewed financial crisis; severely disrupt financial markets and borrowing, killing
fragile economic growth; and push the economy back into recession due to higher interest rates
and tightened credit.
The economy would contract sharply and the U.S. might well be plunged back into
negative growth and there is no reason to dismiss that warning. the

The GOP will do all they can to crash the economy and if they succeed
they'll say, "See what happens when you elect a Black president?"

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Obama's Fighting Liberals, too


Recognizing the stakes in the 2012 election, liberals “zipped it” during the entire campaign.
They refrained from any criticism of the president, lest it help Magic Pants.

Before the campaign, liberals were hardly hesitant to express their disappointment with Obama.
Now we’re about to see the president under assault again. While Obama won strong Demacratic
backing for the fiscal-cliff deal, a chorus of liberal critics rose up to condemn his compromises.
They were particularly incensed that he agreed to raise the threshold on income subject to a
higher tax rate from his oft-stated preference of $250,000 per family to $450,000 per family.
Some news stories reported that Obama broke a campaign promise by abandoning the $250,000 level.

He's doing better lately but Obama's idea of "compromise" was to cave in.
Now he's making Boner do the caving and it's a refreshing change.

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Subject: What to cut first?

Republicans have been chanting "Spending Cuts" for the last several years
and where shall we start?  To me the place to start is obvious, Afghanistan.
It's time to get the hell out of Afghanistan. The sooner the better.

We're spending billions every week babysitting a country that needs to take
care of itself and join the civilized world. I agree with President Obama's
nominee for Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel who said - after bin Laden
was killed - that we need to get out, that we have no reason to be there anymore.

So - if Republicans want to cut spending then they should end the war in Afghanistan.
That way they can share the credit in America's recovery and move away from being
the party of the crazy people.
  Marc Perkel

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Today's Sarah Palin Nude Photo


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Subject: Holy Sh*t Issue #3000

Hey Bart,

It's been a long time comin' buddy. Congratulations on 3,000 editions! I
know times have been pretty tough sometimes, but us *dozens* are so happy you've hung in.
I'll send in a little thank-you when I can.
 Boston Jane

Boston Jane, thanks for that.

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O to "lead" on Climate Change
At least that's the promise he's making


In his second inauguration speech, Obama addressed climate change. Obama said:

We, the people, still believe that our obligations as Americans are not just to ourselves,
but to all posterity. We will respond to the threat of climate change, knowing that the
failure to do so would betray our children and future generations. Some may still deny
the overwhelming judgment of science, but none can avoid the devastating impact of
raging fires, and crippling drought, and more powerful storms. The path towards
sustainable energy sources will be long and sometimes difficult. But America cannot
resist this transition; we must lead it. We cannot cede to other nations the technology
that will power new jobs and new industries – we must claim its promise. That is how
we will maintain our economic vitality and our national treasure – our forests and
waterways; our croplands and snowcapped peaks. That is how we will preserve our
planet, commanded to our care by God. That’s what will lend meaning to the creed
our fathers once declared.

Obama's speech comes after Biden told environmentalists that
Obama will not ignore climate change in his second term.

Obama sounds like a Democrat when he gives those sppeeches.
I wish he would govern like one.

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Stan Musial Dead at 92


No last name necessary.
A slew of batting titles. Corkscrew stance. Humble. A gentleman. All-around good guy.
Stan the Man.

Stan Musial, the St. Louis Cardinals star who was one of the greatest players in the history
of baseball, died Saturday. He was 92.

''I never heard anybody say a bad word about him - ever,'' Willie Mays said.
The Cardinals said he died at his home in St. Louis.

Musial, the man with too many batting records to fit on his Hall of Fame plaque,
was one of baseball's greatest hitters, every bit the equal of Ted Williams and Joe DiMaggio
even without the bright lights of the big city.

Musial won seven National League batting crowns, was a three-time MVP and helped
the Cardinals capture three World Series championships.

Last week, nobody was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame, do you know why?
Because it's run by short-sighted handjobs with political axes to grind.

The top hitter in baseball isn't in their stupid little club.
Neither are the top two home run hitters in history.

What's my point?
There were over 20 votes cast to keep Musial OUT of their stupid little Hall of Fame.
He was a better hitter than 90 percent of the Hall of Fame inductees and he was a
gentleman and the perfect baseball ambassador and still the bastards voted against him.

Baseball, thy name is whore.

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  Subject: Lance Armstrong

I'm having a hard time following your reasoning here.
It sounds like you are saying that cheating is only wrong if you get caught?
 Michael in Cannon Beach OR

It was a damn bicycle race.

People are acting like Armstrong lied and got 5,000 soldiers killed.

  Subject: Lance Armstrong

Botox is not prohibited in beauty salons.  However, in bicycle racing, blood doping is. 
You raised a false equivalence, my friend.  You aren't becoming a conservative  republican are you?
 Bob in Orlando, FL

Bob, it's f-ing bicycle racing. The machine has yet to be invented that
could measure my indifference to who won some damn bicycle race.

Eldrick had surgery on his eyes to make a cup that was
20 feet away look like it was 15 feet away.

Should he be stripped of all his titles?

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Today's Mystery Car


Sometimes I get Mystery Car ideas watching the car auctions on the Velocity Channel.
Last weekend, George Barris sold the original Batmobile for $4.2 million (plus 10% fee)

It looked great, super-polished up and not a dent or scratch anywhere. The winning bidder was
Rick Champagne, who said he would "tear down a wall and put it in my living room".

 Subject: last issue's Mystery Car    Link

Bart, Steve McGarrett (Five-0) drove Mercury Marquis.
  Ricky Hall

The actor was Jack Lord and the cars are a
1967 Mercury Marquis
and a 1968 Mercury Park Lane Brougham.

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Know Your Classics


 Subject: last issue's Classic    Link

Hi Bart, that line is from The History of Henry Esmond by William Makepeace Thackeray.
  Duke of Irl

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Today's Don't Look Down Picture


  Is it real or is it photoshop?

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Know your Supermodels


 Subject: Last issue's supermodel     Link

Bart, that is Eva Herzigová, Tico Torres' second wife.
 michaelgy again


Note: the recent girl who was too hot to be nobody is French singer Cherie.


Thanks to Erik and Mukluk the dog.

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Today's Wildlife Photo



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Today's Mystery Celebrity Photo 


 Subject: last issue's Mystery Celebrity    Link

Bart, that is Robert Griffin III, aka RG3,
recuperating quarterback for DC's NFL franchise.

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We're Going to Alaska

Mrs Bart has always wanted to go to Alaska and Hawaii.
Thanks to Scott H (Don HO) we got to Hawaii in 2005 and we thought we'd
better go to Alaska before I have to drag an oxygen tank behind my wheelchair.

We bought tickets last year but we kept running into reasons why we couldn't go so
we're trying once again to go - and we're Alaska newbies. Astrocat says March is the

best month for aurora viewing and the weather isn't always freezing - hopefully.

At first we were thinking we'd drive to Denali, but it's a flat-ride there and they say
the top of Mount McKinley is often abscured by clouds so maybe that's not our best bet.

Who knows about the Marine Highway ferries and boats?

We want to see mountains and a topographical map says most of the
big mountains are in the south of Alaska so we figured boats might rock.

And some thing new we're going to try:
Would you like to sponsor a portion of this trip?
Maybe a tank of gas or a few dollars toward a hotel or a boat ride or something?
That would get your name in the sure-to-be-fun Alaska Trip Report.

"And the second night we stayed at the Valdez Best Western thanks to
  Bob and Janet Thompson and the evil Dr. Quagmire ,"
or maybe
"The ride to Homer was financed by Willie Sutton."

Right now the plan is to land in Anchorage, drive to Whittier and board
a boat for Valdez, then back the next say, drive to Seward and get on a
boat towards Kodiak Island so Mrs. Bart can see some grizzly bears.

I have no idea if those are long, expensive trips that require a sleeper cabin
or if they are one-hour $25 trips that you can do three of in a day.
I'll find out soon.

Do you, the reader, have any experience on the Alaska Maritime Highway?

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Subject: last issue's Mystery City    

Bart, that looks like Toronto, looking north along Yonge St. at the corner of Shuter. 
If so, the picture is taken from just outside Eaton Center.
 Russ the M.I.T. Pillar

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Subject: last issue's History Mystery    Link 

That's Jack Nicholson and Stanley Kubrick on the set of "The Shining"
~ Tony in Philly

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More than a few shots of Chinaco Wild Flowers (cannot find it here anymore)
to the genius behind my favorite site for over 15 years. I wish I could do this
more often but I am still reminded daily just one of the reasons why the
smirking chimp was the WPE.
Keep hammerin Bart,
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Glen, thanks for that.
Tulsa spirits stores are once again selling Chinaco Anejo
but the price, (which was $32 in 2006) is now up to $49.

I blame Bush :)

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