March 22, 2008

On the road until Monday...


Heading to Budapest for the next month, may check in Sunday night if they have this crazy thing called the internet on the way... I'm just hoping for paved roads and running water though...

Meanwhile, here's a refresher on the 1956 Hungarian revolution against the evil freedom-hating Soviet communists, which was crushed, as the world did nothing.

Let's hope this new revolution against evil freedom-hating communist rulers succeeds.

Boycott Wal-Mart. Boycott China.

22 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keith ,how come you go all over the world ? What do you do for a living ? My guess is that your are a reporter maybe . I don't think that you really are that dog in that picture . You might never answer my questions .

But, today the American people are getting so squeezed by the acts of the Feds and the government that a rebellion could be in the making .Everyday it seems more apparent that the acts of the government are not acts of represntation of the people or for the people .You would think that the real taxpayers would have some choice in what happens in America .

Why is middle America getting squeezed so bad . The rich and poor get the hand outs and middle and upper middle classes pay the bill?

keith said...

I'm an dog food taste tester and I dabble in international contract hits

Pretty boring stuff really

But I am studying to be a realtor. The tests look reallly hard though, not sure I have what it takes

And you want to know why the middle class is getting squeezed? Because they keep f*cking up at the ballot box, distracted by fake issues and celebrity culture while their leaders ruin their country and rob them blind

Now back to those pastor tapes!

Anonymous said...

chinese water pump electrocutes troop to death

http://youtube.com/watch?v=hyQF5W00Yz0

guy n. cognito said...

a 44 year old construction worker family guy was just arrested and put in jail on $2 million bail for threatening to strangle the governor of MD b/c of his preferable treatment for those of the ethnic persuasion that break the law upon entry into our country. i predict many more such stories...

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/local/politics/bal-md.co.threat21mar21,0,4446430.story

can't say i condone such behavior, but i understand it and bet many more do too!

Ed said...

"against the evil freedom-hating Soviet communists,"

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Nonesense Keith. The Soviets were peace loving people who provided "FREE" health care to their people. In Cuba and N. Korea everyone has access to "FREE" health care and uemployment is 0. How dare you speak ill of the communists?

Ed said...

Anon brings up a great point. Here you are talking about how we're in a depression and the world is coming to an end. And yet somehow you have the time and money to travel all over the world. I guess the depression is happening for everyone else except you....and the legions of HPers who make $250K a year and have a gazillion dollars in the bank.

Keyser Soze said...

The Budapest Symphony made a US tour in 1993(?) with Leonard Penario tagging along. They performed Rachmaninoff's 'Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.' and it was magic. I would highly recommend a night on the town with this fine symphony.

Стивен said...

Love that town, Keith. Enjoy.

Spend some of your CFC/IMB/FNM put gains at Gundel (near the museum). Hungarian wines -- amazingly good too.

Have the Hungarians renovated their cathedral yet? -- it was still pretty shabby when I was there last.

Anonymous said...

i am jelous of your freewheeling abilities...and i am rich........???????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????///

Anonymous said...

then i think of all the indiaman slaves in arabia..................

Anonymous said...

Youll see how developed budapest is. Its quite charming actually.
You should do something that a friend of mine and me are doing. We bring back a real estate listing from every capital city we visit and compare with our own prices. We´ve found out how ripped off we get;).

Anonymous said...

American economic refugees flood into Canada:

http://www.chycho.com/?q=node/1631

It takes about 14 months for the Canucks to review an aid application from one of these people and during that time the refugees get food, shelter, and basic medical care courtesy of Canadian taxpayers.

As an American, I don't know whether to laugh or cry at this story. Canadians are so sanctimonious about how badly we supposedly treat illegals from south of our border. Now that fat Americans are filling up their shelters. hospital emergency rooms, and clogging their courts, I wonder if they will be as generous as they demand us to be?

Dragonsbane said...

Hey Keith,

Thinking about going to Budapest myself for a week or two. First off, how's the night life there? Secondly, is it true that you would rank the women there as among the hottest in the world?

Your thoughts would be appreciated. Thx.

Anonymous said...

You shouldn't worry about paved roads and running water, Keith. What you should be worried about is your own ignorance.

SidneyPrice said...

Keith,

Budapest is an interesting city. I visited in 1991, just when the eastern Europe was opening. There were impoverished neighborhoods, and my wife and I stayed in a room in a three bedroom apartment with the tenants, who lived in the other rooms. Great goulash. The Western franchises were taking root already, though. There was a Hilton along the Danube, and a three-storey Burger King. See the big Synagogue, quite a sight.

Anonymous said...

my mother made goulash and ive not had any in many years...how about a recipe.........

Anonymous said...

saw a travellogue flick about budapesh yesterdy, seems totally awesome and on the uptick today

Anonymous said...

while everything around me seems on the decay

corvinus said...

Actually, Franco offered to send air support, but needed his planes refueled in West Germany. Eisenhower ordered the Germans not to let them do it.

Eisenhower hated the Hungarians just like George Bush hates us.

Anonymous said...

must be young, how else do you prepay quarterly health insurance bill...as the company i use will not take prepayments, as neither does the IRS take prepayments of prepayments of estimated tax????????.......or i have yet to figure corectly????

Anonymous said...

funny onion report

China Celebrates Status As Number One Polluter

http://youtube.com/watch?v=nJ4K0hHin9s

Anonymous said...

The United States has outsourced the manufacturing of its electronic passports to overseas companies — including one in Thailand that was victimized by Chinese espionage — raising concerns that cost savings are being put ahead of national security, an investigation by The Washington Times has found.

http://www.washingtontimes.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20080326/NATION/840186493/1001