Because Everybody Is Entitled To My Opinion

"O LORD, revive thy work in the midst of the years, . . . in wrath remember mercy" (Habakkuk 3:2).
"Wilt thou not revive us again: that thy people may rejoice in thee?" (Psalm 85:6)

Thursday, April 26, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #39

Thursday Thirteen #39

13 things about Dane Bramage

13 Things About My Current Home Life

Here are 13 things about what's been going on at the Bramage homestead

  1. My niece moved out and into her own place. I am happy for her. I just hope she was ready and moved for the right reasons.

  2. My three great nephews and great niece are gone. Kids keep you young while aging you rapidly!

  3. It is very quiet at my house. Too quiet.

  4. My Television which literally ran 24/7 has been off more in the last month than it has in the last 3 years. I am going through Spongebob withdrawal.

  5. Crayon is of the devil. And when applied to walls will last longer than Egyptian hieroglyphics

  6. I found cereal in my sub woofer And Heroclix in my VCR

  7. My Mom refers to my friend and his wife as "The People Under the Stairs". Dave and Bridget are still with me.

  8. My new carpet arrives in t-minus 14 days and $500 cheaper than Home Depot.

  9. I have to have the living room painted by then. I have chosen a color called Cancun Blue.

  10. "The People Under the Stairs" are doing the cleaning and prep work for painting. They are going through a case of "Magic Eraser" and some stuff called "Krud Kutter".

  11. It will really be quiet when they leave in October. Dave likes to gloat when he kicks my butt in Civilization IV. He can't handle me in Railroads though.

  12. It will smell better too. "The People Under the Stairs" don't stink, their seven cats and one dog stink.

  13. Well Dave stinks. At least his feet do as illustrated in this sonnet "Ode to My Best Friends Feet Which Stink"

More on the home improvement front as it develops.

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Monday, April 23, 2007

Latin Scholars I Need Help!

Admittedly, it has been a long time since I studied Latin. 29 years to be precise. So to say I am rusty is an understatement. So I had some difficulty coming up with the Latin translation of the phrase "Because everyone is entitled to my opinion". Why woudl I want it in Latin you ask? Well SMD had a link to The Official Seal Generator which he used to produce this:
World in a Satin Bag

I of course love such doodads so I played around and came up with this: Image Hosted by
My only problem is the Latin. I am not sure (because the one thing I DO remember from Latin class is that context is everything)if the phrase will translate like I want. So if you are knowledgeable in Latin please give me an acceptable translation.

Friday, April 20, 2007

Warm Up the Fatwas!

‘Cuz its prophet bashing time!  My little sidebar doodad says today is the birthday of that murdering pedophile and leader of Islam Muhammad. Strange, there is no overwhelming feeling of peace on Earth or goodwill to men. Nope it is pretty much like any other day. In fact according to my sister who claims to follow the teachings of Islam, Muslims don’t celebrate birthdays. (I say claim because she like many who claim to be Christian follow only a narrow set of rules and doctrines). Maybe they will celebrate by not blowing themselves and some innocent bystanders apart. Or maybe they won’t kill me for saying things like “It is a historically proven fact that Muhammad had sex with twelve year old girls.”  Not quite the gleaming example my Saviour Jesus Christ left to His followers. On one hand you have “Hey I’ll sleep with your little girls and tell you it’s okay to kill infidels! In fact if you’re a martyr then you can have 72 virgins in heaven”.  On the other hand you have, John 15:13 Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. So I don't really care if Islam celebrates the birth of the murderous freak job in whose name they are willing to slaughter innocent school children. I rejoice daily that Jesus died for me out of love. And His example teaches me to love my enemies and to spread the Word of Truth, not with a sword of steel but with the Sword of the Spirit.

Thursday, April 19, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #38

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Thursday Thirteen #38

13 things about Dane Bramage

13 Bits of Workplace Wisdom

I know this is soooo late. But I got buried at work for a project and we are short handed (looking to hire three new people immediately!) When that happens my home time gets compromised. I am remodeling my living room and I have Spring Program at church and, well you get the idea. I am busy. But I am also blessed! Good 'ole Scott emailed me some list fodder and since this one is work related, I threw it into my handy dandy T13 Template and Voila! So enjoy these 13 pieces of Workplace Wisdom.

  1. The first 90% of project takes 90% of the time, the last 10% takes the other 90% of the time.

  2. If you can't get your work done in the first 24 hours, work nights.

  3. Don't be irreplaceable, if you can't be replaced, you can't be promoted.

  4. After any salary raise, you will have less money at the end of the month than you did before

  5. You can go anywhere you want if you look serious and carry a clipboard.

  6. Eat one live toad the first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.

  7. If at first you don't succeed, try again. Then quit. No use being a fool about it.

  8. Arriving to work early sets an expectation that your less ambitious co-workers will not appreciate.

  9. To err is human, to forgive is not a part of company policy.

  10. Important letters that contain no errors will develop errors in the mail.

  11. If you are good, you will be assigned all the work. If you are really good, you will get out of it.

  12. If it wasn't for the last minute, nothing would ever get done.

  13. The last person that quit or was fired will be blamed for everything that goes wrong.

Thanks again to my buddy Scott for coming through for me at the last minute. Now that you have proven yourself dependable and competent you can never slack off again! (Tidbit #14!)

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Tuesday, April 17, 2007

Please Blog Politely or Else

I don't know if you heard but some woman received some nasty comments and death threats on her website and now the liberal left is calling for a "blogging code of conduct". That is all just moonbatese for "censorship". But they want to make sure you understand that it is not censorship, it is a way to make free speech even freer! Here is the New York Slimes Times article A Call for Manners in the World of Nasty Blogs

Or you can go to Radioactive Liberty and read their take on the whole thing.

One of the things that caught my attention in the NYT piece is this section :
A subtext of both sets of rules is that bloggers are responsible for everything that appears on their own pages, including comments left by visitors. They say that bloggers should also have the right to delete such comments if they find them profane or abusive.

That may sound obvious, but many Internet veterans believe that blogs are part of a larger public sphere, and that deleting a visitor's comment amounts to an assault on their right to free speech. It is too early to gauge support for the proposal, but some online commentators are resisting.

So basically some think that if you come to my blog and cut loose with what I feel is unacceptable language in the comments; it is an affront to the First Amendment for me to delete your comment. Well let me say this about that.

First I will not subscribe to any "blogging code of conduct". I have a code of conduct that supersedes any that a bunch of liberal nanny staters could come up with. It is called The Bible. It dictates what I say and what I allow to be said. So if a commenter says something I feel that I would not want anyone to associate with me or my blog, it is history.

Secondly I control everything about my blog. That includes comments. You have free speech but you can't come into my house and just start spouting trash. If I don't like it it goes.

Now you may think that I am crushing freedom of expression or promoting only like minded opinions on my blog. Far from it. I am saying up front that I am the final authority at Dane Bramage and I have a low tolerance for ignorant trolls.

Now that I've said that, let me encourage everyone to leave a comment. So far I've needed a comment policy like a bald guy needs a comb and brush. And so far the only comments I have deleted were spam. So I don't reject opposite opinion out of hand. In fact I encourage it. It's just that if it gets too ugly I have the right to remove it. It is that simple.
FrankJ at IMAO has a more amusing approach to comments.

Monday, April 16, 2007

One Billion in Debt; I Know iPods for Everybody!

Ohio's neighbor to the north, Michigan has had some financial difficulties, stemming mostly from the Democratic leadership. Facing close to a billion dollar deficit, the new budget proposes giving every school kid an iPod. An excerpt from Hey Michigan kids, your state reps. have a present for you:
The state is apparently facing a budget crisis--to the tune of $1 billion. On Thursday, House Democrats delivered a spending bill that includes the idea of putting $38 million worth of public funds toward outfitting every student with a digital music player. The plan also included measures to tax soda and satellite TV services, among other things, to raise funds.
I feel for our taxpaying neighbors. The Democrats have designs on their money and an iPod for everybody just screams "fiscal responsibility". My God do the people of Michigan NOT see this as an attempt to simply buy influence and make the taxpayer fund it?

I mention this because, well I read it at David Drake's blog but more importantly, Ted Strickland, Ohio's new democratic governor less than 90 days into office has already begun singing the "We need to raise taxes" song. So far nothing as bizarre as ipods for every student but with democrats, it is just a matter of time before they reach into my pocket to fund something stupid.

Its Monday, I'm Bored, Here Are Some Quizzes

Well I got bored while working to fulfill a New Years Resolution about new carpet this morning. They came to measure the living room and I decided to take some quizzes to kill time.

Your Vocabulary Score: A-

Congratulations on your multifarious vocabulary!
You must be quite an erudite person.

I think there is something wrong with this quiz. I can't seem to score just an "A". Always an "A-"

You Passed 8th Grade Geography

Congratulations, you got 10/10 correct!

Geography was always a favorite of mine. This was easy because of the "the longest this, the biggest that" type questions. Those answers rarely change. Now ask me to name all the countries that were once part of the Soviet Union and I'd be in trouble. I'm just glad I'm smarter than an 8th Grader which by default makes me smarter than a 5th grader!

What Your Dreams Mean...

Your dreams seem to show that you're a very well adjusted and happy person.

Overall, you are very content in your life.

But what does the recurring dream about milk white feet with cherry red nails wearing black fishnet stockings crammed into black stiletto heels mean?

You are 100% Libra

I am a Libra and I had fun with this. I don't believe in astrology so I decided to see if I could figure out what the quiz would think is 100% Libra. It was easier than I thought. Just so you know, according to the quiz I am only 53% Libra.

Hat Tip to chrys at Pettifogs. Go by and visit her visually stunning site. Her quiz results are on the Playground

Thursday, April 12, 2007

In Memoriam: Kurt Vonnegut

I am sad to report that one of my all time favorite authors, Kurt Vonnegut Jr., has died at age 84. Vonnegut's writing influence much of my early thinking and attitude. It was scary how much we thought alike. Kurt Voinnegut Jr is responsible for a lot of what Dane Bramage is.

The AP story mentions his best works with one exception; Breakfast of Champions.
Some of Vonnegut's books were banned and burned for alleged obscenity. He took on censorship as an active member of the PEN writers' aid group and the American Civil Liberties Union.
If you have never read BOC, I fully recommend it. If however you are one of these people who are offended by the N-bomb then stay clear. It is NOT PC at all. Though Kilgore Trout still remains one of my all time favorite characters.

Vonnegut was a staunch supporter of humanism. He felt that organized religion was one of the bad things in our society. That is where he and I split in our opinions. His life was filled with pain and suffering to the point he attempted suicide.
Vonnegut once said that of all the ways to die, he'd prefer to go out in an airplane crash on the peak of Mount Kilimanjaro. He often joked about the difficulties of old age.

"When Hemingway killed himself he put a period at the end of his life; old age is more like a semicolon," Vonnegut told the AP.

"My father, like Hemingway, was a gun nut and was very unhappy late in life. But he was proud of not committing suicide. And I'll do the same, so as not to set a bad example for my children."
Despite his intellect, he had little regard for life and little hope for life after death. I pray he had time and oppurtunity to rethink his position with regards to accepting Jesus as Saviour before his end came.

Thursday Thirteen #37

Thursday Thirteen #37

13 things about Dane Bramage

13 Favorite Posts in Honor of my Two Years of Blogging

The end of last week marked the second anniversary of Dane Bramage as a blog. In honor of my blogoversary I have listed and linked my favorite 13 posts of the last 365 days. I purposely excluded Thursday Thirteen lists. Not because they weren't my favorites but because I may do a list of favorite lists when I reach the 52 week mark in Thursday Thirteen.

  1. Booker T. Washington's Birthday Short and to the point this explains some of my philosophy and why I choose to use BTW as a role model and encourage other black people to do so too.

  2. Presidents Day Rant Okay I went back a little more than a year but I wanted this to be listed. Even well meaning people can be idiots.

  3. Freedom to Petition the Government to Redress…Ummmm Donuts. Most Americans know more about the Simpsons and American Idol than they do about the five freedoms guaranteed by the First Amendment. For shame.

  4. Little Known Facts About Ohio A wonderful trip to my State Capitol reveals whimsical truths about tiny Amish people

  5. Speaking of Epidemics, How About that Made Up One Called AIDS African deaths due to AIDS missed the predicted mark... by millions.

  6. Just the Way My Mind Works Proof positive that I am the Angel of Death

  7. Movies That You'll Never See and More Movies That You'll Never See Poking fun at Hollyweird with these made up sequels

  8. The Characters of Gen Con 2006 Just 17 photos of people who went the extra mile and dressed up for GenCon Indy 2006

  9. Don't Marry a Career Woman: The Debate Heats Up Career first women's marriages fail because of the job. They try to kill the messenger.

  10. Myth of the Ineligible Black Man or What Am I? Chopped Liver? Some liberal complains that there are no good black men around. Yeah right. Try Church sister!

  11. Pennies My Friend Scott's story about pennies. You know Scott was a published columnist too!

  12. 12 Angry Men and Two Alternates Part I, Part II, and Part III I chronicled the experience of my first ever Jury Duty!

  13. Easter Trouble Remembering my cat and how he tried to kill Easter one year!

Another year of blogging under my belt. This list represents my many sides. I hope you get to read some of these.

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Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Should They Fire Imus

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Should Don Imus be fired for his “nappy headed hos” comment directed at the Rutgers woman’s basketball team? Who cares I don’t listen to Imus. I do feel the comment was uncalled for and he should have apologized to the Rugters women and NOT to Al Sharpton. How did Al get involved anyway? Oh yeah, someone said something offensive about black people. And Big Al ever the champion of race baiting and headline grabbing rose to the challenge of speaking on behalf of African Americans everywhere. Who asked him? And who told him to be outraged on my behalf?

Imus is an idiot. He’s a professional idiot and people pay him a lot of money for his oral refuse. He is constantly pushing the envelope because that equates to ratings, and ratings equates to revenue. Occasionally he will cross some line and say something inappropriate. We all have done the same. Am I condoning or excusing his behavior? Not at all. I am merely saying that it is to be expected. So what should we do about it? “Bad Imus! Apologize!” Oh wait he did. So I guess we should move on.

Why? Because “nappy headed hos” is tame compared to the filth that supposedly non-racist blacks call each other on a daily basis in their music, in their videos and films. Where’s the outrage? You will only hear it from the pulpits. And Al is supposed to be a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It is the highest form of hypocrisy to hold others to a standard that you do not apply to yourself. Jesus reminds us to regard the beam in our own eye. Al condemns Imus but gives rappers and film makers a free pass. If Sharpton preached the standards of the Bible and the black community had enough self-respect and self esteem to banish the words of self –hatred, Imus would have to resign. But he didn’t say anything about those hard working, college women that you wouldn’t hear in a music video. He merely parroted the attitude that the black community allows its young people to have towards women. And that is what should be addressed and dealt with.

Monday, April 09, 2007

Headlines for Monday 4/09/2007

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Comedy Beats Gore on Easter Weekend
Former Vice President and inventor of internet and Global Warming said to be recovering nicely

Sales Halted for Constipation Drug
Demand expected to logjam until pressure forces market flow with liquid assets

Most Americans don't eat smart and exercise, CDC says
Not at the same time anyway

Richardson signs medical marijuana bill
Hippies by the millions descend upon New Mexico complaining of pain

Lasers no permanent fix for many port-wine stains
Researchers suggest less expensive pre-treater for wine stain removal

Coyote Visits Chicago Sandwich Shop
Orders Mesquite Roadrunner Wrap with cole slaw

Deputies Put Toe and Tow Together
Suspect didn't have a leg to stand on

Officials Bar Rabbi's Matzo-Making Bus
Matzo fumes ruled to be a greenhouse gas and contributes to Global Warming

Artist: Many Offers for Chocolate Jesus
Confection has special resurrection feature. It comes back three days after you eat it.

Airline moves dead body to 1st class
Lucky stiff

That's it for Headlines today. Remember to visit the usual suspects for more "headliney goodness"!
basil at basil's blog

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Stupid On So Many Levels

At first I was just going to make a snide comment on this as part of my Headlines feature but then I read more about Couple Fights to Name Baby 'Metallica'. Did you know that you have to register your baby's name in Sweden? More bizarre than that is the fact that they can refuse on the gounds that it is not a good name or that it is ugly?

Personally I think Metallica is a stupid name for a child. People who name their kids after music groups are paddling without all their oars in the water. But for the government to refuse you services because THEY disapprove of the baby's name is crossing way to many lines. This couple cannot travel with their child with out official documents in the childs approved name.

Remember that the next time your favorite moonbat insists that we emulate the liberal socialist utopias of Europe.

Saturday, April 07, 2007

Easter Trouble

My favorite Easter story involves my late cat and took place before I knew Jesus and attended church. My cat's name was Trouble. Actually he started out as my mom’s cat. She got him as a kitten when we shared a house. He was so small when we got him. He would hide under things and attack our ankles. A few months after she got him I had to move to East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania for work. Mom decided (again) that she wanted to move to San Diego, california so she left Trouble in Ohio with my sister. I returned to Ohio after eight months and stayed with my sister for awhile. She made it clear that Trouble was MY cat.

And what a cat he was. He was a grey and white tabby. And he was HUGE!. I think a good 75% of his body mass was just attitude. Trouble was an outdoor cat and a perfect one at that. He could be found at the door in the morning waiting to come in. He would eat and occasionally nap but when he was ready he stood by the door and yelled until someone let him out. He would be gone all day and night and repeat the process. You couldn’t tell my sister had a cat because the litter box was always clean. Trouble never used it. He preferred to do his business outside.

And he was a man’s cat. I would find him in the morning with a squirrel, chipmunk or rabbit by the door. He was quite an accomplished hunter. Well I eventually got my own apartment but Trouble couldn’t come with me. No pets were allowed. It was okay though, he had become a fixture at my sister’s place and her three kids all loved him. He was still my cat so I had to take him to the vet for shots and pay for all his food and medicine.

A couple years later on Easter morning I arrived at my sister’s place and sitting by the door was Trouble. He had caught and killed a rabbit, easily as big as he was. He had ripped the leg off the creature and was enjoying his Easter feast. I was all puffed up with pride that my cat had brought down such a fine specimen. My sister who just happened to open the door while I stood there was less thrilled. She told me that I needed to get rid of that carcass (the rabbit’s) before her girls saw it. So I grabbed the dead meat and headed for the dumpster.

But before I could turn away from the door, my youngest niece, who was only three years old at the time came out and saw me with the dead rabbit. She saw Trouble licking his chops. She put two and two together and started screaming, “Trouble killed the Easter Bunny! Trouble killed the Easter Bunny!” Poor thing. We had to calm her down. My sister, being the quick thinker that she was said that it wasn’t the real Easter Bunny, it was a helper, like Santa Claus uses sometimes to sit with kids at the mall. But my niece was no fool. She insisted her mom call all her friends to make sure they got their Easter goodies.

Trouble obviously jumped him after he made his rounds that morning. The Easter Bunny helper was obviously tired from carrying all that candy so he couldn’t put up a fight or get away. Yeah, that’s what happened. That's our story and we're stickin' to it. We were just glad that all of my niece’s friends got baskets that Easter. She would have hated to tell them that the reason they didn’t get any candy was because her cat killed the Easter Bunny.

Friday, April 06, 2007

Terrible Two

It almost escaped my notice. But today is my second Blogaversary. Yea! Yea for me! I want to thank everyone who has stopped by and especially those of you who have left comments and feedback. Looking back over the last 12 months I think about the blogs that are no longer updated and some bloggers who are no longer with us. Then I think about all the new bloggers that have popped since then.

But what keeps me going is the blogs that are still here after another year. I like doing what I do (blog-wise) and see no reason to stop. It is fun really. I guess when it stops being fun is when I hang it up.

So what have I been up to in the last year. New features like Thursday Thirteen. Old features like Headlines. Experimental features like "All Searches Lead to Dane Bramage". There was the Blogs of Summer. Some things that fell by the wayside like Homespun Bloggers Symposium and Alliance of Free Blogs.

I started using more photos but not nearly enough. BTW you may not know this but I have two other blogs. One is a summary of all the Headlines. The other is a photo/writing blog. Don't visit them because they are not current.

So whats in the future for Dane Bramage? Who knows. But at the very least I will be here through the election. Pointing out moonbat behaviour is always fun. But lately there has been a surge in wingnut behavior too. We need to nip that in the bud.

The Faith still needs contended for so I will continue to do my part there. Hollywood needs to be made fun of and musical celebrities must be openly mocked. Surely there is no shortage of things for me to do in the coming twelve months so stick around. I will.

Thursday, April 05, 2007

Thursday Thirteen #36

Thursday Thirteen #36

13 Things about Dane Bramage

13 Things about Scott Murray's Book Trucker's Tales

My friend Scott who is the only one to guest post here at Dane Bramage has had a book published. I have bought a copy and read it and I love it. So I asked Scott to give me thirteen things about his book. At first he said no. Then I threatened to go to Colorado and find him. Then he reminded me of the restraining order. So I just begged an pleaded until he said "Okay! Stop crying already!" So here are 13 Things about Truckers Tales straight from the horses.. mouth.
Truckers Tales by Scott Murray

  1. This is my first book published.

  2. This is not my first CHOICE of which book to be published. The first one is/was about a phenomenon I saw out in Nevada and I turned it into a science fiction story. I thought that one would draw attention, but I was wrong (for once).

  3. This is my current apex of my writing career

  4. Getting the book published put me on a REALLY steep learning curve. Oh come on now. A truck driver should be used to steep curves! Who'd you work for ? Tonka? -DB"

  5. The book was originally called "Trucker's Tails" It had three X-rated chapters in it, but that was before I was born again. My conscience wouldn't let me put those chapters in the final cut, and that worked out well for me to get on with Tate Publishing, a Christian Publisher in Mustang, OK. Maybe I should sell those chapters on E-bay?

  6. Writing the book was easy. The tough part was the editing. I probably read the book 100 times.

  7. There are 17 states listed in the book. There's a total of 21 crossed in my journeys

  8. The book is "semi non-fiction". That means some of the stories are fiction, and some are non-fiction. It's up to the reader to decide which is which, and I'm not spilling the beans, yet. The only story I will admit is non-fiction is "Texas Gold".

  9. The "Texas Gold" story still chokes me up; whether I read it, or listen to the original recording. It was a moving spiritual experience for me.

  10. Trucker's Tales was written by the world's largest OxyMoron. At 250#, I think I qualify!

  11. This book is proof a good story can be told without having porn or foul language in it.

  12. This book is proof that God does answer prayers.

  13. The last chapter causes many people to cry.

  14. BONUS: Kevin really is from a different time and space continuum, but I love him anyway!Now you've gone and told my secret! You must be sacrificed to appease Xzondru! -DB"

If you click on the book cover above you can go to Tate publishing and order the book. It's $9.99 plus S&H. And while you are leaving comments you can say a word or to to Scott who bears an uncanny resemblance to Stephen King. Coincidence? Hmmm.

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Wednesday, April 04, 2007

Obama as Savior

I know many liberals are viewing Barack Obama's presidential bid like the Second Coming. But I guess some Artist Sees Obama as Christ Yeah. I'm sure some Democrats wish he would die for their sins and get out of the race.

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Hat Tip Weak Minded Pessimist

Tuesday, April 03, 2007

Something Strange in Kansas City

There is something odd about mayor elect Mark Funkhouser. Oh yeah like that's a real name. Anyway Eddie Butler has photographic evidence and asks the hard questions. Questions involving city politics, Sith lords and wizards.