Friday, May 19, 2006

My mexican slave laborers

Lately I have had alot of framing going on in my hood. These guys work their rear ends off all day long and can frame a house in like 5 days. The only problem is they dont speak english and if they do they pretend they dont. So it is always interesting trying to tell them to do something because you always get the smile and nod. However they seem to take their shirts off to work more often than Advice man at a strip club oh wait that is LJ who tries to give the strippers lap dances. What is really funny is the beer guts these dudes have even after working in 90 degree weather all day, they have to consume a high quantity of gods nectar. I would like to see them and Jerry go at a drinking contest on seeing how fast they can chug. Yesterday I did have one of them trying to pass off a firemans hat that your 2 year old would wear for halloween as a hard hat. When i asked him to put a real one on he just smiled and nodded.

My next question is why do people lie for no apparent reason other than to just lie. Can they not actually tell the truth or do they just like the drama of getting caught in a lie.

And congrats to THE MAGIC CRUMPKIN on his law school graduation. Hopefully now he will have more luck in getting these loose women he has been stalking for so long becaues now he gets to pass out a real business card not the home made ones he use to make. Tick maybe that is what you should do follow crummy to the promiseland

Wednesday, May 17, 2006


1.Can you explain the differences between bourbon and whiskey, or are they the same thing?

All bourbons are whiskey, but not all whiskeys are bourbon.
Whisky is an alcoholic distillate from a fermented mash of grain produced at less than 190 proof in such a manner that the distillate possesses the taste, aroma, and characteristics generally attributed to whiskey, stored in oak containers (except that corn whisky need not be so stored), and bottled at not less than 80 proof, and also includes mixtures of such distillates for which no specific standards of identity are prescribed.

For a whiskey to qualify as bourbon, the law--by international agreement--stipulates that it must be made in the USA. It must be made from at least 51% and no more than 79% Indian corn, and aged for at least two years. (Most bourbon is aged for four years or more.) The barrels for aging can be made of any kind of new oak, charred on the inside. Nowadays all distillers use American White Oak, because it is porous enough to help the bourbon age well, but not so porous that it will allow barrels to leak. It must be distilled at no more than 160 proof (80% alcohol by volume). Nothing can be added at bottling to enhance flavor or sweetness or alter color. The other grains used to make bourbon, though not stipulated by law, are malted barley and either rye or wheat

2.Why does Gin taste and smell like a pine sap?

Gin is made from molasses and "botanicals". We all know where molasses comes from right? We all know what botanicals are right? Enough said. Just mix it with sime tonic and a squeeze of lime and enjoy!!

3.Why do we call Hispanics / Mexicans "wetbacks"?

Mexicans got the name wetbacks because they cross the Rio Grande to get here. They come to America with wet backs after they get out the water.

4.Why do women go to the bath room in groups?

I can't believe you dont know the answer to this. Women go to the bathroom together to talk about YOU!!! Especially if you are with a girl you are friends with and she's trying to hook the two of you up. It's a way to say if they like you or not. Better be on your best behavior be for the bathroom trip.

Sorry so long. Thanks for the questions. Keep it up.

Time to get a real job

I will be on leave the rest of the week to travel to the vast mid-west to attend Crummy’s law school graduation. I will bring back plenty of pictures and stories of drunken buffoonery. So far my research shows that the mid-west is full of loose women and cheap draft beer, but that is only from what I can tell from Luckily for me I am broke and married, so it should be a great weekend. We here at Leftover hot dog just want to say congrats to Chad and good luck in your new career.

Tuesday, May 16, 2006

college tuitions per year

$9,798: Average debt of public school grads in 1990. 46.2% of grads had loans.
$15,622: Average debt in 2004. Roughly 67% of grads had loans.

Would anybody like to invest in my Student loan fund

I tried to post the tuitions of some schools in SC and around the country to just prove how high tuitions have become over the years but my I couldn't cut and paste my chart with out it becoming all messed up. So if you want to know how high tuition is at certain schools just me or go to here.