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Monday, May 8, 2006, 09:37 AM - The Adventures of Jesse the Wonderpoodle
The year 2002 was pretty much uneventful due to not having a job thus no extra money. On the day of the super bowl all of mom and dads goats decided to give birth (mom and dad have a small goat farm, about 60 head) so we were in the barn from 8am to almost midnight.

This winter we were having a real problem, with rats. So one night while they were having a tea party around the grain dish I let the shotgun come to life. The blast ripped through them killing four out of six. The next night they again tried having a tea party and once more the shotgun barked. After that they would not come out in groups. So I put the grain dish under the yard light making it so they would have to silhouette them selfís against the snow background (I was sitting on the roof of the house with a .22). the rats then only came out when the geese were there eating. They then tunneled into the chicken coop so I had to put a light in there to be able to see them.

I tried using .22 birdshot for the scatter but if youíre more than ten feet from your target youíll only piss it off, needless to say I didnít use them for long. This went on for about a week, then while in the feed store I seen some smoke bombs (sulfur smoke sticks) and being that every time I put poison out it got eaten up and still didnít seem to slow them down. So I decided to try these smoke bombs. The next day I put two of them into two different holes in the chicken coop and watched. The smoke in the one hole started to give tell tale smoke puffs so watched it even closer (I did get a whiff of the sulfur and started choking). I watched it until the smoke stopped, then stayed there for about five minutes watching the hole and checking other holes before leaving to go to the sales barn. On my way out I told mom to check it before she left for work.

Upon returning we noticed that the sun us really bright coming in the driveway (the chicken coop used to block the sun). We pulled into the yard and went into the house where mom had left a note saying that the chicken coop had burned down and sheíd had to call the fire department. Luckily someone was home and they were able to get the blaze under control quickly because the sparks were landing in our year supply of hay and the flames were starting to follow the wooden fence back the barn. Now if it wasnít bad enough to burn down the chicken coup, the hole damn thing made the front page of the town paper (small town). A week later when we were burning the garbage we received several phone calls and a lot of drive by sightseers that were just checking to see if every thing was alright. I mean make a little oops alright it was a little oops that could have been a major oops, minor technicalities

About three weeks later the house on the river was broke into. The thieves got about a 100 dollars, took my collector knife along with a whole pile of worthless knives (which we got a chuckle out of) and a print off the wall. In order to get the print they had to physically move three guns and they took little else, only easy pawn items. Two weeks later the cops called and said that they had our stuff and the thieves were in jail. They were pawning the stuff in their own names. They were charged with seven accounts of breaking and entering.

At the end of March I got called back to work and worked for three months before getting laid off again, this time for good (it was a really good deal). With in a week I had a new job working dayshift. The weekend before I started my new job a group of us went on a canoe trip down the Crow Wing river. We were in camp whooping it up when we decided to go up to the bar which was a mile up stream or two miles by road. Mark and I grabbed a canoe and headed up stream (every body else was going to meet us there). Being a wet year the river was high and fast, it took us an hour paddling all the way. By the time we got there the edge was wearing off, we found a landing and parked the canoe (the landing turned out to be some ones yard). So we hot footed it across the yard to the bar and to make sure we didnít forget we got a case and hid it outside. We whooped it up for about an hour and a half with no one else showing up we decided to head back.

Both of us were pretty well tuned by now and the one thing we hadnít counted on was there being no moon or stars. I mean it was black, canít see your hand at arms reach black. We put the case in the middle and jumped in, luckily this time the canoe didnít tip over like usual. Being we couldnít see the banks of the river or any of the rocks (I donít think there was a rock out there that we didnít hit). To top it off we had to try and find the channel to the campsite. The whole trip from the bar to camp took us ten minutes (thatís with pulling the canoe up the bank). When we got back to camp every body was asleep, but we fixed that problem easy enough.

Friday, May 5, 2006, 10:00 PM - Words of Wisdom

Tuesday, May 2, 2006, 06:58 PM - Life
According to Google , I am now ranked number 2 and number 4 for 'Nipple Slippen'.

Does anybody know what that means?

Thursday, April 27, 2006, 09:39 AM - Wallet-Rape
The fucklers in the House passed a bill to screw Hennepin county residents yesterday. They voted to pass a bill allowing Hennepin county to assess a new sales tax to fund a stadium for the Twins.

By law, this is supposed to come from a voter referendum, but the Hennepin county commissioners decided to try to skip that because they KNOW the voters don't want it.

Here's a clue for the politicians: You may not let us vote on it now, but we WILL vote on it in November.

I am providing a list of the people in the House who need to look for a new job this fall. If the name is in italics, that individual is from Hennepin county and is screwing his(or her) own constituents.

MN Republicans that need a new job:

Abeler (Anoka); Beard (Shakopee); Blaine (Little Falls); Bradley (Rochester); Brod (New Prague); Charron (Woodbury); Cox (Northfield); Cybart (Apple Valley); Davids (Preston); Demmer (Hayfield); Dempsey (Red Wing); Dorman (Albert Lea); Eastlund (Isanti); Finstad (New Ulm); Garofalo (Farmington); Gazelka (Brainerd); Gunther (Fairmont); Hamilton (Mountain Lake); Heidgerken (Freeport); Hoppe (Chaska); Lanning (Moorhead); Magnus (Slayton); McNamara (Hastings); Meslow (White Bear Lake); Nelson, P. (Lindstrom); Nornes (Fergus Falls); Ozment (Rosemount); Penas (Badger); Peterson, N. (Bloomington); Ruth (Owatonna); Samuelson (New Brighton); Severson (Sauk Rapids); Simpson (New York Mills); Sviggum (Kenyon); Sykora (Excelsior); Tingelstad (Andover); Urdahl (Grove City); Wardlow (Eagan); Westerberg (Blaine)

Democrats looking for a career change:

Anderson, I. (International Falls); Atkins (Inver Grove Heights); Dill (Crane Lake); Dorn (Mankato); Eken (Twin Valley); Entenza (St. Paul); Fritz (Faribault); Haws (St. Cloud); Hilstrom (Brooklyn Center); Hortman (Brooklyn Park); Hosch (St. Joseph); Huntley (Duluth); Johnson, R. (St. Peter); Juhnke (Willmar); Kelliher (Minneapolis); Koenen (Clara City); Lesch (St. Paul); Lieder (Crookston); Lillie (North St. Paul); Marquart (Dilworth); Moe (Bemidji); Murphy (Hermantown); Nelson, M. (Brooklyn Park); Pelowski (Winona); Peterson, A. (Madison); Poppe (Austin); Rukavina (Virginia); Sailer (Park Rapids); Scalze (Little Canada); Sertich (Chisholm); Sieben (Newport); Simon (St. Louis Park); Slawik (Maplewood); Solberg (Grand Rapids); Thao (St. Paul); Thissen (Minneapolis); Welti (Plainview)

Republicans probably worth keeping:

Abrams (Minnetonka); Anderson, B. (Buffalo Twp); Buesgens (Jordan); Cornish (Good Thunder); Dean (Dellwood); DeLaForest (Andover); Emmer (Delano); Erhardt (Edina); Erickson (Princeton); Hackbarth (Cedar); Holberg (Lakeville); Howes (Walker); Johnson, J. (Plymouth); Klinzing (Woodbury); Knoblach (St. Cloud); Kohls (Victoria); Krinkie (Lino Lakes); Newman (Hutchinson); Olson (Big Lake); Paulsen (Eden Prairie); Peppin (Rogers); Powell (Burnsville); Seifert (Marshall); Smith (Mound); Soderstrom (Mora); Vandeveer (Forest Lake); Westrom (Elbow Lake); Wilkin (Eagan); Zellers (Maple Grove)

Democrats possibly worth keeping:

Bernardy (Fridley); Carlson (Crystal); Clark (Minneapolis); Davnie (Minneapolis); Ellison (Minneapolis); Goodwin (Columbia Heights); Greiling (Roseville); Hansen (South St. Paul); Hausman (St. Paul); Hilty (Finlayson); Hornstein (Minneapolis); Jaros (Duluth); Johnson, S. (St. Paul); Kahn (Minneapolis); Larson (Bloomington); Latz (St. Louis Park); Lenczewski (Bloomington); Liebling (Rochester); Loeffler (Minneapolis); Mullery (Minneapolis); Otremba (Long Prairie); Paymar (St. Paul); Peterson, S. (New Hope); Ruud (Minnetonka); Wagenius (Minneapolis); Walker (Minneapolis)

Tuesday, April 18, 2006, 06:19 PM - Random
One Step Ahead
You are 83% likely to survive the end of the world.
You're alive, with minimal effects from whatever disaster struck. You're in good health, with moderate supplies, have a plan, and maybe a few other survivors with you to help out with manual labor. Congrats, you're gonna do just fine when all hell breaks loose.

My test tracked 1 variable How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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Link: The Apocalypse Survival Test written by ci8db4uok on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test

Monday, April 17, 2006, 12:43 PM - The Adventures of Jesse the Wonderpoodle
We awoke the next morning to find it raining pretty heavy. Our guides (Drew and Ricky) showed up about fifteen minutes later. After going through the formalities and safety rules, They said they had no quarrels with going out in the rain if we didnít. I wasnít so sure, being that sugar melts in water.

Since we were the earliest hunting group for that weekend we got choice of the bay dogs. One nice thing about hunting in the rain is you can move without a sound, but then so can every thing else. Now for the bad, the rain was washing away all the scent trails so weíd have to be almost right on top of the hogs for the dogs to pick up the scent. They did pick up ones scent and luckily it was feeling rather lazy and didnít try to run (the hog weight about four hundred twenty-five pounds and all three dogs combined weighed close to a hundred pounds). Ben shot that one and lucky for him it made the record book with a combined tusk length of nineteen and a quarter inches (the tusk length is measured from the exposed tip of the tooth to the base down in the jaw). I got what I was after, one that was good eating.

One week after returning to Minnesota I was on my way to Florida for a gator hunt. The hunt was nothing like I had foreseen, we didnít go out in air boats, or go stomping through the swamp. Instead we went to a drainage ditch (I guess it doesnít matter were you go if the game your after is there). As for the method of catching the gators was a deep sea fishing pole with a weighted spoon hook being anchored with twenty pound test line. Youíd think that a gator would break the line with little effort, but when a gator submerges it becomes neutrally buoyant (no weight). Once youíve got then snagged they put up a fight like a big fish. ďreal them in, letíem run, real them in, letíem runĒ well you get the point. During the course of the day I helped catch and release five smaller gators (we put them in to a safer area. I was there and thatís all they would let me do other than run the video camera).

When they finally caught one that was of keepable size (six and a half feet) they let me harvest it with a knife (after they taped its mouth and tied its feet. Talk about ooooh big daddy Iím just a tough guy. Can you feel my excitement). Upon returning home with no new scares or even decent story to tell (unless itís a group of young think their tough punks, then you know I did the crocodile hunter jump on its back put it in a head lock and drag it through snake infested waters etc. etc.).

I got back to work with three days before the x-mas vacation and on the last day before the break the company was having an employee appreciation lunchen at the work place. The night shift was told to come in early so weíd be sure to get some food. Well they met us at the door that day and told us to go clean out our toolboxes because the company was laying off. 90% of the night shift, 60% of the day shift, and all the weekend shift. To add insult to injury they told us to when weíre done cleaning out our toolboxes to come in and have lunch with the ones that are staying.

And that concludes the year 2001

Thursday, April 13, 2006, 08:50 AM - Life
This is the first email forward I've had in a long time that is actually new to me.


I never quite figured out why the sexual urge of men & women differ so much. And I never have figured out the whole Venus and Mars thing. I have never figured out why men think with their head and women with their heart. I have never figured out why the sexual desire gene gets thrown into a state of turmoil, when it hears the words 'I do.'

Here's an example of what I mean: One evening last week, my wife and I were getting into bed. Well, the passion starts to heat up, and she eventually says 'I don't feel like it, I just want you to hold me.'

I said 'WHAT????!!! What was that?!'

So she says the words that every husband on the planet dreads hearing...'You're just not in touch with my emotional needs as a woman enough for me to satisfy your physical needs as a man.' She then responded to my puzzled look by saying, 'Can't you just love me for who I am and not what I do for you in the bedroom?'

Realizing that nothing was going to happen that night I went to sleep. The very next day I opted to take the day off from work to spend time with her. We went out to a nice lunch and then went shopping at a big, unnamed dept. store.

I walked around with her while she tried on several different very expensive outfits. She couldn't decide which one to take so I told her we'll just buy them all. She wanted new shoes to compliment her new clothes, so I said lets get a pair for each outfit. We went on to the jewelry dept. where she picked out a pair of diamond earrings.

Let me tell you...she was so excited. She must have thought I was one wave short of a shipwreck. I started to think she was testing me because she asked for a tennis bracelet when she doesn't even know how to play tennis. I think I threw her for a loop when I said, 'That's fine, honey.'

She was almost nearing sexual satisfaction from all of the excitement. Smiling with excited anticipation she finally said, 'I think this is all dear, let's go to the cashier.'

I could hardly contain myself when I blurted out, 'No honey, I don't feel like it.'

Her face just went completely blank as her jaw dropped with a baffled 'WHAT???!!!'

I then said, 'Really honey! I just want you to HOLD this stuff for awhile.. You're just not in touch with my financial needs as a man enough for me to satisfy your shopping needs as a woman.' And just when she had this look like she was going to kill me, I added, 'Why can't you just love me for who I am and not for the things I buy you?'

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