The World According to Mike: Free for all space.

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Free for all space.

I've decided to create a little spot for anyone who doesn't necessarily have an "on topic" comment but wants to say something about the blog or, heaven forbid, me in general. Have a random comment or a shot to take?(within blog rules of course) This is the place to do it.

Here's an example. This comment was originally posted by Hellenbach in my Hanoi Jane Rides Again post:

LOL...You know, I had a sinking feeling that I was misquoting the great Kenny R. when I weas doing that piece. However, the only thing that I could have thought of that would have been more silly then the tounge-in-cheek attempt at plagarism would have been to actually spend time researching the lyrics to "The Gambler". But I trully appreciate the comment, and whether you approve or not, you now have a new reader!

It's not relevant to the topic but it was a welcomed comment and I didn't want to be a jerk and just delete it outright. Hence the creation of this free for all zone.

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11 Comments:

At 4/13/2005 10:28 AM, Blogger Pastor Glenn said...

Mike: when Howard Stern says Jane is a hero , you know our culture is in a morass of trouble! The Right just has to defend itself instead of wimping out as so many NE RINO's do. One thing the RNC observes: if one does not send money, they get scared. Until they deal with judges, illegals, and other issues, no money or lobbying for me. And I am a part of the apparatus of the Party. I am glad that finally,Christians of both wings:Catholics and Prots, are standing up for values, policies, issues that scared them off in years past. Now, the Party itself has to defend itself against Leftist MSM and Dem Party scurrilous attacks. Blogging is one way to do it.

 
At 4/14/2005 8:46 PM, Blogger jimini said...

Huh??? Went over my head. Guess thats' what I get for being a flaming liberal

 
At 4/15/2005 8:32 PM, Blogger Doug-E-Fresh said...

I agree with you, pastor glenn. the only way evil triumphs in our society is for good men to do nothing. one cannot call himself a christian unless one stands up for his morals, beliefs, and most importantly, the words of jesus christ. god bless you

 
At 4/18/2005 9:26 PM, Blogger Mike said...

Another relocated comment:

lumberjack said...
Mike,what's up my cracka, just lettin you know im here and ready to disagree. And to start I'd like to remind you that country music made blues what it is.
4/18/2005 10:26 AM


Thanks for stopping by lumberjack.

 
At 4/19/2005 7:30 AM, Blogger Doug-E-Fresh said...

i would just like to take a minute to greet Lumberjack to Mike's blog, or as I'd like to call it-Thunderdome. I'd also like to say Lumberjack is, far and away, the sexiest man in the Tri-County area.

 
At 4/19/2005 7:18 PM, Blogger Doug-E-Fresh said...

hey mike, what do you think of the vatican voting in a german pope? do you think they passed up the nominees from africa and latin america so they can solidify europe against the western world and our political idealolgies?(I don't know if that's spelled right)how about the fact that the last 2 Popes haven't been Italians. I mean, the Vatican is located in Italy for crying out loud! i smell something fishy in the pulpit here!

 
At 4/19/2005 11:47 PM, Blogger Mike said...

Doug,

Actually, I hadn't heard about it until tonight at work and I haven't had much time to think about it. One theory I had on the subject proved to be true though, I believe. They elected a pretty old guy for the job. I think Ratzinger at 78 years of age is intended sort of as a "transitional pope" while the Catholic church decides which way it's headed.

As to a Europe vs USA angle I doubt that since the rest of most of Europe is liberal as hell. I doubt someone as right leaning as Ratzinger would be the first choice in that conspiracy.

 
At 4/20/2005 8:30 PM, Blogger Barry said...

i would also like to welcome lumberjack to the blog here, and wanted to know if he was still going to play "shrek" at my kids b-day party later this year? DONKEY!

 
At 4/22/2005 3:45 PM, Blogger cracka-as-cracka said...

AJ,
whens the party? cant wait to see "shrek" in action. Who cares who becomes pope. It's not going to make a difference on what the bibe says.

 
At 5/07/2005 7:57 PM, Blogger Doug-E-Fresh said...

Hey Mike, did you see the story of that young Mexican woman that received life in prison for helping
her boyfriend rob that bank. Then,
to top off his crime, he shoots that female cop and kills her. His grand finale was a 9mm slug in the grape. The girl never fired a shot, or even held a gun during the robbery. One big piece of evidence the prosecution did have was a picture of her in a camo shirt holding an Uzi Machine Gun. She claims she was in an abusive relationship, and had no choice but to go to the bank with her boyfriend while he committed the crime, fearing for her life. She did, though, give him one last goodbye kiss before he ate the lead sandwich. My question to you Mike, is, does the punishment fit the crime for this girl, or was she a victim of circumstance?

 
At 5/07/2005 8:03 PM, Blogger Mike said...

Sorry Doug, I'm not familiar with that one. If in fact the picture you mention is all the evidence they have then I'd say the punishment is excessive. Without the court transcripts though one really can't make an informed decision. God knows our news media isn't always the best place to find things out!

 

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