Robot Bartender


This guy goes into a bar in Louisiana where there’s a robot tending the bar.
The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey.”
The robot brings back his drink and says to the man, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says,” 168.” The robot then proceeds to talk about physics, space
exploration and current medical technology.
The guy leaves, . . . but, he is curious . . . So he goes back into the
bar. The robot bartender says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey.”
Again, the robot brings the man his drink and says, “What’s
your IQ?”
The guy says, “100.” The robot then starts to talk about Budweiser, the Saints,
the Washington Redskins and the Oakland Raiders.The guy leaves, but finds it very interesting, so he decides to try it one more time.
He goes back into the bar. The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey,” and the robot brings him his
whiskey. The robot then says, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says, “Uh………..’bout 50.The robot leans in real close and says, “Sooooo, . . . You people
still happy with Obama?”

Today’s Culture

This is a picture of a “young woman” who – while on a company sponsored trip to Washington DC – visited the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery and had this picture taken of herself.  She then posted this picture on her Facebook page.  I am so angry I can’t even put it into words, but The Other McCain does it well here.

So  here is everything about today’s culture in one picture.  The “me, me ,me” self-indulgence that seems to be everyone’s right, the absolute ignorance of the pain and sacrifice she mocks, the inability to understand why this hurts and angers those of us who still respect our country and its heritage–all of it.  And probably an Obama voter – she is from Plymouth, MA.

Just Don’t Mention the J-Word

Now if he had mentioned Mohammad:

A North Carolina pastor was relieved of his duties as an honorary chaplain of the state house of representatives after he closed a prayer by invoking the name of Jesus.

“I got fired,” said Ron Baity, pastor of Berean Baptist Church in Winston-Salem. He had been invited to lead prayer for an entire week but his tenure was cut short when he refused to remove the name Jesus from his invocation.

Baity’s troubles began during the week of May 31. He said a House clerk asked to see his prayer. The invocation including prayers for our military, state lawmakers and a petition to God asking him to bless North Carolina.”

“When I handed it to the lady, I watched her eyes and they immediately went right to the bottom of the page and the word Jesus,” he told FOX News Radio. “She said ‘We would prefer that you not use the name Jesus. We have some people here that can be offended.’”

When Baity protested, she brought the matter to the attention of House Speaker Joe Hackney – a Democrat.