friday, april 16th, 2010

almost everywhere, I find "dumb people" who voted the progressive-liberal-fascist Obama filth into office, back in November '08. It's beyond sad. They thought a "womb-to-tomb", "cradle-to-grave" society is what they wanted, not a Constitutional Republic, which is what our Constitutional ForeFathers gave to us back in the late-1700s.

The 60s hippie pigfilth, degenerates, dopers, lowlifes & scumbags are in-charge now, and are intent upon destroying America, as we've known it. You and I are truly F•CKED! Our children and grandchildren are permanently F•CKED, if this Obama-Pelosi-Reid-induced insanity continues!

Tea Parties and 9-12 Projects aren't going to do diddly-squat, in reality. They're cosmetic right now, and fully-ignored by the state-owned MSM and denigrated as "racists", "hate mongers" and all kinds of ugly terms. It's going to take what Thailand is going through, to get this country back: Civil War II, I'm sorry to say. But it's a distinct possibility, IMO.

Around The Garden Center™.

After 3 days of my company "being dead in the water", with no access to *.doc and *.wks files, which essentially run my business, Jeff restored all of them for me to use again, and we're back up-and-running.

Saturday was a moderately busy day. Lots of people through; looking, shopping & buying. For some reason, many thought this weekend was the 20th Open House, though next weekend is, yet we gave them the 20% Open House Discount, just to increase sales.

Monday marked the start of Spring-Summer-Fall hours for us: Monday - Saturday, 8am - 5pm; and Sunday 11am - 4pm. It was difficult for me getting up at 6am, and driving to work just as the sun was rising, after so many Winter months of sleeping until 8am or 9am, and getting into work around 10 or 10:30am. I hate driving into work at 7am, with the sun in my eyes, and driving home at 5pm with the sun in my eyes, as well.

Tuesday was a rainy and cold day, and Rich — my Staff Registered Landscape Architect — and I had one appointment, in the rain, on Eastern Blvd. I'd set-up 3-4 more lscp appointments for the week, but because of Sciatic and back pain, I've turned them all over to him. He's also got 4-5 other lscp appointments, for the following week(s), and more are coming into to my office. My indoctrination with him is almost finished, and he can easily handle all the upcoming lscp jobs which I've lined-up for him. I'll keep feeding him leads, and he can take it from there.

I went to Radio Shack with Lee, bought 6 new Motorola 2-way radios, and closed-down at 3:20pm, due to the rainy day.

The pain in my lower back (L-5 vert) and right leg was excruciating on Wednesday, and I barely made it into work. I took loads of aspirin, used a cold-pak and slept for a while in my comfy leather chair in my office, but nothing really helped. The only thing that helps is a heating pad and lying down flat. Fat chance of that here at work.

It's been a hectic 2-3 weeks getting the Complex ready for The 20th Anniversary Open House. Unless you were on staff here, you could never guess all the thousands of projects needing doing to bring this place back-to-life and suitable for public viewing and shopping.

The "Virtual Cabin"™: A Novella.

After all the problems with my Win-XP-to-Win-7 Office Conversion, and my cellphone battery dying, with no replacements in York (PA), I decided to go to The Cabin for the weekend and get away from all the BS. I had to have 3 Nokia batteries FedEx'd into York at a cost of $55, since Radio Shack didn't carry that older model anymore. Crap.

I stopped at the local Vet's and check-on Jenny's progress; she was almost recovered from her bear-induced wounds and would soon be ready to come "home".

Weary from all the stress of getting the 20-acre Complex ready for our 20th Anniversary Open House, hiring a Registered Landscape Architect, managing a myriad of projects around the place, scheduling jobs, and fielding hundreds of calls, I decided to stay the night and get some "real rest", and still get into work by 8am. I made fresh, roasted Butternut Squash Bisque, some crusty garlic bread, a salad and had a glass of 1982 Lafitte Roschild Bordeaux. Nice. I did the dishes an left them to dry in the dishwasher. The nights are still in the upper-30s, so I lit a fire in the hearth and slumped back in my comfy, overstuffed leather chair and looked at Jenny's favorite spot on the Kodiak bearskin, which of course, was empty. I'd get her next week, and boy was the Vet's bill going to be enormous for the surgery and room-and-board. No sweat; she's worth it.

I checked all the doors and windows, lit the outdoor spotlights, on all sides of The Cabin, as darkness fell, just to see if there were any "eyes" watching me in the bushes. Nothing except an old "hooty" owl. Lights turned-off, I crawled into bed and slept until 6am's alarm, showered, dressed and hit the GC&N Complex around 7:30am. My newly-hired Registered Landscape Architect, Rich, and I had one landscape design appointment at 12noon, with new customers, in East York. I've given him a raft of other requests, and he's on his own, from now on. I take, field and evaluate the lscp requests, and then pass them on to him. Some of the more upscale ones, I will be initially working with Jennifer, and bringing Rich in on, midway through the process.

Now that we're on Spring-Summer-Fall Hours, and working 7 days a week, there's going to be less quality time at The Cabin, than over the Winter months, but I vow to "visit" every chance I get. Since Jenny's a "virtual dog", I can't bring her back home; she'll have to stay at The Cabin until I visit. Lots of changes coming now that Spring is here.

Things Which Make Your Eyes Squirt Blood™.

If I hear that "Gold is a hedge against inflation", my head's going to explode, and my eyes shoot blood! BULLSHIT! Gold and silver are crap! Lead and brass are true investments!

Another perennial loser: the USPS Ends Third Quarter with $2.4 Billion Loss and $4.7B for 2009 alone! And you and I are footing the bill for incompetency, illegal union contracts, malfeasance and corruption. I need some duct tape to keep my head from exploding. I could fix that mess with 18 months: fire the f•cking, blood-sucking union scumbags! Contract UPS, FedEx and DHL to the deliveries; they make a damned profit!

Some People Just Need Killing.™

It's not my intention to be the judge here — that's God's "job" — but rather to "hasten the meeting" so that He can send the following subhuman filth to the "Fires of Hell", "River or Lake of Sulphur", or whatever He deems appropriate. I'd gladly/happily volunteer, at no cost to any of my Hard-Working, Fellow US Taxpayers, to gladly/gleefully/happily headshoot these murderous, lowlife dirtbags of all stripes — their skin-color doesn't matter to me, at all — and rid American Society's innocents (especially our precious children and the frail, defenseless elderly) of them, once-and-for-all. And yes, I'd rather see one innocent man convicted and executed, than 10 murderers/robbers/child rapists-murderers freed, to rob, rape and murder again. Hey; call me an "Old Fashioned Conservative"! Too harsh? Nah. Just RIGHT!

Yes, I agree with the premise of this article, that "the death penalty is a Noahic Covenant with God, in a post-flood world". Well said, Joe Farrah.

Former assistant Scoutmaster Timur Dykes needs killing for molesting 17 Boy Scouts. All known and/ or convicted child molesters need killing, IMO, and I'd gladly put a .45cal ACP into each of their perverted heads, at no charge to the US Taxpayer.

Subhuman, piece-of-shit, sambo filth, Darryl Durr, needs a .45cal in the head, for this crime. Samedeal: I'd kill this lowlife filth at no charge.

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