Pilonidal cyst
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Oh I was supposed to check in here, my number is 9.

Selective Service: Oh well that is fine. Just go over there in that line with the semi naked guys.

Well wait a minute now! I have a doctor’s opinion you are supposed to see!!!

Those precious documents are most desired down the line boy!!!

The semi obese freshman college drop-out walked to the line carrying his own papers as well as his clothes with him. This was supposed to be a slam dunk and I am stuck in this hole bare ass nekked. Damn, he thought.

Bend over and grab your ankles youngster, ordered the man in the white smock.

Okay, the boy said wondering what all this was about.

Well you can stand up now boy. I mean that is the most disgusting thing I have seen all day!!!

He found himself in yet another line, red faced and disgraced…as usual.

After he had reached the front of this new line he pulled out a doctor’s note from the pants he was carrying and handed it to the man who greeted him gruffly.

Your what hurts? Demanded the receiver of the secret coded message, very loudly.

Pilonidal process or disease is no joke; responded the loser.


People who have only shown the military hatred and contempt are now celebrating the death of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell.


Okay, now Haley, you have to at least pretend that you recognize the sensitivities of a good portion of our voters. You understand?

Well of course I do. I mean we must rail against Affirmative Action but refrain from attacking the fifteen years of Civil Rights Legislation. I got that.

Okay, well you go get em Haley!!!

Eventually, it was Barbour’s turn. In 1982, he was presented with an unexpected opportunity to run as the Republican candidate against the state’s esteemed Democratic senator John Stennis. Stennis was a Mississippi institution but also an octogenarian: “a senator for the ’80s, not a senator in his 80s” was Barbour’s unofficial motto. The young candidate’s inexperience showed, sometimes painfully. Barbour was embarrassed by an aide’s nasty remarks about “coons” at campaign rallies. But in reprimanding the aide, he only made things worse. As The New York Times recounted it, Barbour warned the aide that if he “persisted in racist remarks, he would be reincarnated as a watermelon and placed at the mercy of blacks.” Stennis easily won the race—because he was beloved in the state, not because of Barbour’s gaffe. But Barbour could see he still had a lot to learn about politics.


Now Pat, remember the sensibilities of our Kosher constituents. Okay?

I know I know, but they did kill my savior.

Now we shall have none of that Mr. Buchanan!!

Ahhhhhhhhhh, I was just joshin’ Mr. President.

And a good laugh was had by all!

In his Ivan the Terrible column, Buchanan also tried to explain away death camp eyewitnesses by saying “Since the war, 1,600 medical papers have been written on ‘The Psychological and Medical Effects of the Concentration Camps on Holocaust Survivors.’ This so-called ‘Holocaust Survivor syndrome involves ‘group fantasies of martyrdom and heroics.’ “

To this day – the last week of February 1996 to be exact – Buchanan still defends his Demanjuk columns as “the best journalism I ever did.”


  1. We’re apparently stuck with this stuff Dick.

    We have this elected aristocracy now who has taken to thinking they can comment in whatever way they please about their constituents (subjects). And it’s getting worse. They are openly fleecing us to no end with bald faced lies like the corporate citizen and such. All just words invented to bless their conduct.

    Our ancestors fought a war once to free us from this very thing. In some fashion or another that war will have to be fought again. Whatever was learned then has been long forgotten.

    I haven’t been much of a fan of higher education for quite some time now and in thinking about this it sure has failed us. The most important lessons of our history either aren’t being taught or the revisionsists in our universities are teaching it with a decided slant. Coming from a large family with many nephews and nieces already finished college and with a number in the pipeline I am fairly well devastated with their total void of fairness and social justice. It’s actually painful to have a conversation with some of them. We are in for a rough go of it. I am sure. I guess this is why we have two different words for all of this that I have learned have very different meanings. Knowledge and wisdom. The first we can teach the second is up to the individual.

        1. I agree. That is what occurred to me as I was mulling over what you were saying. I read the Newsweek Barbour story and if ever there was a pragmatic person it is he. Whatever he was or believed yesterday will be different today if the need arises. Really scary.

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