“Our enemies are innovative and resourceful, and so are we. They never stop thinking about new ways to harm our country and our people, and neither do we.” - George W. Bush

All The Best


I want to thank everyone who participated in the Elephant Bar over the past twelve years. We had millions of visitors from all around the World and you were part of it. Over the past dozen years, two or three times a night, I would open my laptop and some of you were always there. I will miss that.

My plans are to continue my work with technology and architecture. You know my interests and thoughts.

At times, things would get a little rough in the EB. To those of you that I may have offended over the years, I apologize. From all of you, I learned and grew.

An elephant never forgets.
Be well.

Deuce, 21 June 2018

Tuesday, November 19, 2013

How not to die:


  1. God works in strange ways. It is all part of his loving plan. Never mind, after having the living shit scared out of them, they were crushed into a human smoothie and then incinerated, gone to a better place to meet their psycho heavenly father.

  2. :)

    The pilot had too much vodka.

    It's a real world.


  3. Fudd Busters InternationalTue Nov 19, 04:31:00 PM EST

    Keeping it "Real"

    In Toronto, the Rob Fudd show is just getting started

    Toronto Mayor Rob Fudd admitted crack smoking and drunk driving.
    Now he's promising war for his political opponents. And in Toronto's suburbs, he's still got an army in 'Fudd Nation.'

    Turn on the TV in Toronto. You’d be forgiven for thinking that Canada’s largest city has been transformed into a gigantic set for a well-cast TV show featuring the madcap antics of a man who has stumbled into the post of mayor.

    The reason why you'd think that is because that is exactly what’s happening.

    Rob Fudd, the colorfully-dressed, foul-mouthed, crack-smoking mayor beloved by both the Canadian press corps and late night TV comedians, continued to dominate newscasts and headlines Tuesday, a day after the premiere of his own TV show, “Fudd Nation.”

    “You’ve heard the criticism. Now I want you to hear me,” Mr. Fudd said on the show, which was taped Sunday and debuted Monday night on a small Canadian channel. “I guarantee you’re going to see a change in the next few months.”

    “I know in my heart everyone has personal problems,” Fudd said later in the broadcast. “I urinated in a parking lot . . . what does that have to do with anything?”

    Toronto’s largest daily newspaper, meanwhile, used a blaring headline in its Tuesday’s editions, to say this in response: “Mayor In Name Only.”

    Fudd, who stunned Toronto’s political establishment by winning the mayoralty in 2010, has continued to stun with his off-color remarks and defiant rhetoric, even as many have assumed his tenure could not continue.

    On Monday, the City Council voted to strip yet more powers from Fudd, transferring more authority and budget responsibility from him to a deputy mayor.

    Fudd responded in his trademark belligerent style:

    “If you think American-style politics is nasty, you guys have just attacked Kuwait,” he was quoted as saying by the Toronto Star. “This is going to be outright war in the next election.”


    1. Fudd Busters InternationalTue Nov 19, 04:35:00 PM EST

      The most recent poll, released Monday by Ipsos Reid,
      found a sharp split over whether the city was “on the right track,” with 48 percent saying it is, and 52 percent saying it is not.

      The largest percentage of people saying the city is not headed in the right direction are in the downtown/old section of the city,
      the poll found. Meanwhile, 62 percent of those polled said they would not vote for Ford “under any circumstance.”

      Even when a Fudd does a good job the voters will turn on him.
      That has happened to the Idaho Fudd, you know the one ... the rapist Fudd.

    2. Tagged: Mark Patterson R-Boise

      Cowgirl Blog - A Real Gem

      Interesting development in Idaho this week. A Republican state Representative was busted for lying about his criminal record and had his concealed weapons permit revoked. But he says he’s the victim – of a sheriff out for revenge after the legislator inquired about the sheriff’s office expenditures.

      Idaho state Representative Mark Patterson (R-Boise) did jail time and pleaded guilty to a rape-related charge in Florida when he was 21. A few years later he was acquitted of rape at trial in another city.

      Patterson was charged with forcible rape in May 1974. As the Idaho Statesman reports:

      "The victim, then a 46-year-old mother of five, told police that Patterson forced her to have sex twice and threatened to have his Doberman pinscher attack her if she refused, according to police reports".

      Pleaded guilty in exchange for a lesser charge (assault with intent to rape).

      But now, the Republican is trying to say not only that he didn’t commit the crime but that he didn’t lie about it either. He claims his memory has been wiped clean of any recollection of this whole affair by a chemotherapy treatment he received to treat a case of Hepatitis C he says he got at the dentist.

      Patterson says he’s the victim of a local sheriff who by revoking his permit is really:

      "staging a political hit against him, trying to “shut me down and silence me and get me the hell out of the way,” because he has scrutinized the way Ada County Sheriff Gary Raney spends his department’s money, according to a detailed report in the Idaho Statesman."

      Here’s the kicker – thanks to an Idaho law that automatically grants concealed weapons permits to legislators, legislators were able to make sure their own criminals were above the law.

      Montana lawmakers tried to pass a similar law here. TEA Party Republican Verdell Jackson tried to pass Senate Bill 279 in 2011– a bill to allow legislators to carry guns–both concealed and open–in the state capitol building.