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The Two Faces of Hillary

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 A friend passed these photos on to me. No further commentary is needed, they definitely speak for themselves.

Scolai

This is how a U.S. Senator looks upon a crook:

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This is how a U.S. Senator looks upon a War Hero:

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September 30, 2007 at 12:15 pm

Bush v. Clinton

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Of course all the liberal pundits were all over the President for this statement: “… Chlidrens do learn…” Yes they all had a good laugh over the President’s verbal stumble.

In the interest of keeping the laughs coming, let me remind them of the funniest statement in recent political memory:

“I didn’t inhale”

Oh, and let’s not forget….

“I did not have sexual relations with that woman, Miss Lewinsky”

I don’t know about you libs, but I am ROTFLMAO!!! every time I hear these statements and think of how Mr. Clinton continues to use you as dupes.

Scolai 

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September 28, 2007 at 7:19 pm

When Animals Attack…The Scolai

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Living in what can only be termed as the “Michigan House of Women” I thought I had formed a particularly strong bond with my tomcat “Tupac.”

Last night as we were transporting our cats from the woods to the new Teach Na Scolai, I found that we might not be as bonded as I had imagined.

Smoochy and Mugsy had captured our two female cats and were holding them in the car while I was standing on the front porch trying to get ‘Pac to come to me so that he could join his sisters on the ride to the new house. I had been unable to bring the cats on the day of the initial move because their food and litter box are located in the attached garage of the new house and I first had to install a cat door for them to use.

I noticed Tupac was acting a little strange hiding under a bush in the front yard. I continued to call him until he came up to the porch. I reached down and picked him up just as the Princess threw open the front door. When the door opened, ‘Pac lost it.

He dug his rear claws into my stomach and attempted a back flip. Instinctively, I reached out to grab him, but managed to only grab hold of his tail. Holding his tail with my left hand, I bent down to grab his body with my right. “Cat quick” he flipped over and sunk his teeth into my forearm. As I drew my hand back, he bit through my thumb nail, the nail of my middle finger and the back of my right hand. I didn’t realize cats could bite that hard!

I let go of him and he ran off into the woods. I went into the house and began cleaning my wounds as Mrs. Scolai pulled up. We went to a local urgent care clinic where the doctor informed me that cat bites have an 80% chance of infection and if my wounds became infected I would have to be admitted to the hospital for I.V. anti-biotics. Great. 

We returned to the house later in the evening not, as a few of my friends suggested, to go hunting (this is my buddy we’re talking about), but to see if Mrs. Scolai would have better luck. Tupac was no where in sight. This afternoon, I got a call that the girls had managed to get him into the car and over to the new house where, I’m told, he doesn’t seem too pleased with his new digs.

Friends have told me that he was probably aware that something was going on and was scared, and that probably led to his freak out. I tend to think that two years of the women in my life attempting to emasculate him drove him to show me he was a tough cat.  Anyway, for the next couple of days,  I’ll be keeping an eye out for red streaks on my arm, and wearing welding gloves when I pet the cat.

Scolai 

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September 28, 2007 at 3:00 pm

When the Media had Ethics

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As I’ve recently said, I am currently reading a comprehensive biography of General George Patton Jr. Most people around my age know the story of Patton slapping a couple of cowardly shirkers during the Sicily campaign. What most people don’t know is the initial reaction of journalists attached to the Army during that campaign.

When word of Patton’s actions got out, journalists Quentin Reynolds, Demaree Bess, and Red Mueller much like today’s bed wetting liberal “newsmen” ran to Eisenhower like schoolyard snitches.

What separates the above journalists from today’s crop of anti- American, elitist pricks posing as impartial reporters is this: The first thing Reynolds, Bess, and Mueller did was to make clear to Eisenhower that they were Americans first and journalists second. Not only would they not publish an account of Patton’s attempt to help these cowards recover their self respect, they would also deny the story if any other reporters broke it. Can you imagine if some of today’s sniveling, self important, jerk off  “journalists” got that story? We would most likely be speaking German today. Lucky for us journalists back then were Americans.

When did journalists become “journalists” first and Americans second?

Update: “Teach Na Scolai” is nearly habitable and Charter Communications finally got their act together so posts should be coming on a much more regular basis.

Scolai

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September 27, 2007 at 5:47 am

Michigan Budget Crisis

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Michigan democrats, while threatening a shut down of government services, yesterday failed to pass a budget based on a tax increase.

Why?

democrats (I use the lower case “d” on purpose, as low rent as these people are they don’t deserve a capital anything) have enough votes in the Michigan house to pass any budget they like without Republicans agreeing to anything. We have democrat governorette Grandtheft leading the charge to further fleece the working residents of our great state. I say “the working” residents of our state because the pimps, whores, and welfare brats that make up the larger part of her constituency can’t be fleeced… they pay little or no tax.

So, I ask again, WHY won’t democrats pass a budget that includes a huge tax increase?

democrat leaders in this state have said time and again that the only way out of the current budget crisis –brought on by Grandtheft’s socialistic policies– is a massive tax increase coupled with minor cuts to Michigan’s bloated budget. If they truly believe this, shouldn’t they have the courage of their convictions and vote their conscience? You would think so, but we aren’t dealing with men and women of conscience. We are dealing with possibly the only form of life lower than a child molester…. Liberal Politicians. 

Speaker of the Michigan House, democrat Andy Dillon, stated that a bill would not be passed without bipartisan support. When asked why, if he has the votes to do so within his own party, he stated that some democrat representatives were from “at risk” districts and might be subject to recall petitions or having their vote used against them in the next election.

WHAT!?! People, THAT is one slimy example of politics at its worst! Asking Republicans to abandon their convictions to give political cover to some sneaky, twinkee spined, nutless liberals. I hope the voters that elected these chickens**t representatives were taking a break from Seinfeld reruns long enough to actually watch the vote go down. I know, its too much to think that some of these scoggins actually read anything but food stamps, but one can always hope.

Republicans have held their ground from the beginning, standing by their belief that the state budget can be balanced through budget cuts and that revenues will rise through a program of tax incentives to draw new business to Michigan. Note to Michigan Republicans: Continue to stand tall, force feed budget cuts to Grandtheft and her minions, pass YOUR budget, then eliminate the state income tax all together and watch businesses flock to the state.

Scolai

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September 21, 2007 at 5:31 pm

Scolai’s Household Hints

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Yesterday, while finishing the laundry area in the new “Teach Na Scolai,” it was necessary for me to change a 220 outlet. As some of you reading this might know, I am a competent roofer and can hold my own when it comes to installing vinyl siding. However, electricity is as much a mystery to me as fire was to early man.

Here are some quick hints to help you safely replace a 220 outlet:

1. Most dryers operate on a 30 amp breaker. If your breaker box is not labeled, turn off ALL 30 amp breakers.

2. To ensure the outlet is not “Hot”, invest in a $3 circuit tester.

3. A craftsman flat tip screwdriver inserted into a 220 outlet does not, this is important, DOES NOT, take the place of a circuit tester. OUCH!

If the outlet is indeed “Cold”, follow the directions that come with the new outlet.

Using these helpful hints should keep your hair straight and your bladder flowing.

Scolai

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September 21, 2007 at 3:35 pm

The Prize

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Notre Dame comes to the Big House tomorrow.

I am still pissed off at the despicable treatment given General Petraeus by self loathing scumbags (read Liberals) in the House and Senate.

If Michigan beats Notre Dame tomorrow, what is the prize?

Answer: A win

When The United States of America defeats the threat presented by the latest crop of Islamofacist, Muslim Extremist, sheet heads, what is the prize?

Answer: FREEDOM!!!

Any Questions?

Scolai

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September 14, 2007 at 8:36 pm