I thought that I would keep with my prior post and try and relate relatable quotes from the bible to todays endemic of stupidity….. Have you ever read revelations. If you want the bejesus, no pun intended, scared out of you, or maybe into you, you can watch The exorcist or you can read Revelations. I think that guy that wrote Revelations must have been a great ancestor of Stephen King. It’s some scary stuff. This blarticle is about courage. The courage of good people and the dispassionate and glacial ease of how some people allow other people to get away with what is obviously wrong so as not to confront them or not to suffer their scorn. That was a whole lot of thesaurus in that sentence. Now, courage is not fighting with weapons and fists but it can be fighting without weapons and fists, I’m just saying… Mother Teresa never picked up an AR-15 and she was one of the most courageous women ever to live. Guns don’t make you courageous like beers don’t make you Sugar Ray Robinson, they just give you that allusion or make you think you are those things. Courage is doing the right thing when the time comes, standing up not only for yourself but for your fellow good person, I have chosen to divide people into two races… Good and bad, but not irredeemable, no one is irredeemable unless they choose to be that way.

Now, how does this relate to today… no effing clue… its Revelation that have not yet been revealed. I’m going to be on the look out for some massive volcanoes to blow. But I thought is was a good subject and fine recipe for making it through tough times… a pinch of courage with a bunch of understanding and top it off with a delicious morsel of Love…. blahhhhhhhh. Just threw up in my mouth a little bit. Nevertheless, don’t know why it’s so hard for us hombres to write and say that, it is ultimately a true recipe. I really sound like a fucking wuss. Anyway, for those that are faithless (faith can be in the law, or any faith, or just humankind, just anything other than yourself) the detestable (is that people that lost their sense of taste because man, that would be fucked up to go to hell because of COVID, I hope not), the sexually immoral (yikes, a ton of those), sorcerers (David Copperfield??? no right? maybe the ones that think they practice magic, apple eyephones?) idolaters, and all liars (Madre, I did eat the last pastry and, well, City Tavern). This lake of fire, I’m wondering if they are going to have any barbecue pits, I hope never to find out, but it sounds like a really bad place where you might need a bunch of Coppertone 1,000,000. Do you think that Stephen King’s great ancestor means the sun or a star, because there are bunch of those out there. I mean, I touched a stove once, and that hurt like the dickens, I can’t imagine sunbathing on the Sun, that shit must hurt. So, stop being cowards and if you can’t say the truth don’t say anything at all. For all those going through tough times, stay true to yourself and you’ll make it through. This blarticle is dedicated to my abuelo, a religious fella, may he Rest with the Angels. (Not the Los Angeles team, the holy ones)


I would like to start by leading us in prayer… forgive us oh lord because my blarticle just might be blasphemous. We enter the light because I forgot to turn off the switch last night before I went to sleep. It is through your divine power that nuclear reactors work, amen. I’m not really all that good at prayers. I’m not poking fun at the omnipotent one and crossing my fingers that the almighty has a sense of humor (I mean for the aforementioned names sake, the lord invented humor), I really do suck at prayers and it seems that my narcolepsy hits me harder during church than any other time in my life so I might be mixing up my science with my theology, is that scientology???. That being said, I do like taking some scripture and see if it can apply to todays nonsensical world. While some of it may be a stretch and I couldn’t find anything about electrical vehicles in the good book, I do see some that are relatable.

The devil knows the good book better than you and will confuse you. A lot like when Jesus was on Mount of Temptation and couldn’t find his way back to the campfire for 40 days, with the devil whispering in his ear, well, the way I see it is, criminals know the law better than you and will use their knowledge of it and try and whisper things in your ear to take advantage of you. That, in all its glory, is true. The people that are the biggest swindlers and criminals are the ones that know the law the best. They know the law like the back of their hand, to the last little detail of every follicle. They know what they can do and what they can get away with and where they are protected and test the waters constantly of our legal system, blessed be the Supreme Court and Congressional Laws. That is not to say that everyone that knows the law really well is a criminal or that everyone that knows their scripture is evil but the evilest and most hardened criminals generally know their law and scripture. Oddly enough, during the crusades, they were one and the same and their biggest weapon is always confusion and chaos.

Funny, huh. How evil whispers in you ear then and now…. How a book that is over 2000 years old could be so on the money….. maybe it’s just a coincidence.


thought of the day

While all the lamestream media, hahaha, still one of my favorite sayings from the current and soon to to be former President, maybe, derides the action of the President, I say he is doing an excellent job. I liken his his bid to reverse the election to that of a test flight. We all know what a great ride on a plane feels like when the air is smooth and their is no storms but what happens when the weather is shitty and the turbulence is at its worst? Does the plane hold up or does it break apart? Or how about a newly built dam(n)? Does the Dam(n) stay strong in the face of harsh currents or does it leak and crack? Well, our current President is testing every democratic and constitutional basis he can, what’s going to happen? Is the constitution and democracy going to break or is it going to survive? I say he should try ever last bit of nuance to completely overt and reckless method to hang on (within the law), as long as in the end, the democratic process survives. Like this, we know where to strengthen our constitution and where to plug the holes so that in the future, the problem won’t be a problem anymore.

That being said, he should still start the transition process and allow the winner of the general election access to the appropriate funds. The dangers of being too stubborn, besides putting the country in danger by not letting the President – elect know exactly what he has to tackle on day 1 and come up with a good strategy to do so, is that he will end up freezing his family and anyone he supports out and anytime he appears, the opposition will be motivated to support his opponent. I don’t think he is thinking things out beyond the immediate.


The most important person in a democracy is the tax payer. Governments, federal and state and anything below, do not pay taxes, they are paid by taxes. In other words, they are more of a drain on the country, when it comes to economics, since they don’t generate any capital but use more of it than any other entity in the country. This is one of the many reasons why governments must do their job efficiently and as mandated.

You hear the term “trusted” people that work for the government but that label is not given to them by any court or legislator or President, it is given to them by the tax payer, the people that pay their salaries. We trust them to do their job in the tax payers best interest. That interest is to keep our country safe for our families and what makes the tax payer happiest, not the government employee. As a matter of fact, government employees, who are paid very well, and would include everyone that does not work in a private business, would have to sacrifice their happiness for the happiness of their employer, the tax payer. That’s why it is of the utmost importance that government employees always do their job to their highest capabilities. Even when they pay taxes, they are actually just returning your money back to you, which in turn goes right back to them. Any government that feels that the people are here to pay for their privilege is confused between a monarchy/authoritarian regime and a democracy.

We do ask these people to make decisions for us but when those decisions interfere with the taxpayers interest, they should have to answer for them. We should never fear our government, they should fear the taxpayer. This is why fair and free elections are so important. It voices the employers decision on how the employees are doing. This is also why it is so important not to undermine this process for your own benefit. It is important, no matter your political ideology, that you are truthful and honest about matters and not fabricate false allegations in order to either keep your employment or to get employed by the tax payer.

This doesn’t mean that a tax payer has any say over any other person or tax payer, this means when you see the government do something, you have to ask, would I be ok with them doing that to my family, and that’s the only question you can ask. It doesn’t mean your neighbor that blows his leaves on your yard or the person that keeps parking in front of your driveway can be treated badly and your family better. So don’t tackle your neighbor for being rude, even if he is an employee.


I’m Hispanic and I always hear about illegal immigration. Now, I can’t tell you who actually discovered America, Columbus was who they said as I was growing up, while sailing under the Spanish Flag. But I can tell you you who established the first city, actually the first two cities…..

St. Augustine, America’s Oldest City. St. Augustine, founded in September 1565 by Don Pedro Menendez de Aviles of Spain, is the longest continually inhabited European-founded city in the United States – more commonly called the “Nation’s Oldest City.”

The second oldest city in the US is Santa Fe, New Mexico, which was founded in 1607. In the 1500s, the “Kingdom of New Mexico” was owned by the Spanish and its capital was San Juan Pueblo. But in 1609, conquistador Don Pedro de Peralta moved the capital 25 miles south and named the settlement Santa Fe.

So, Hispanics were the first settlers in America. Next time they tell you to go home, tell them “I am home” as it was our ancestors that discovered America. That’s if you go by the history books written for our schools because I’m pretty sure that native americans might see it differently.


Separation of Powers in Action – U.S. v. Alvarez

The U.S. Constitution establishes three separate but equal branches of government: the legislative branch (makes the law), the executive branch (enforces the law), and the judicial branch (interprets the law). The Framers structured the government in this way to prevent one branch of government from becoming too powerful, and to create a system of checks and balances.

Under this system of checks and balances, there is an interplay of power among the three branches. Each branch has its own authority, but also must depend on the authority of the other branches for the government to function.

U.S. v. Alvarez is an excellent example of how the three branches each exercise their authority.

In a Nutshell

  • The Legislative Branch – Congress – passed the Stolen Valor Act of 2005, punishing those who misrepresent that they have received high military honors.
  • The Judicial Branch – the Supreme Court of the United States – ruled in 2012(link is external) that the Act was unconstitutional because it infringed on the right to free speech protected by the First Amendment.
  • The Executive Branch – the Pentagon and the President – took action within a month of the Supreme Court’s decision establishing a government-funded national database of medal citations – phased in over time – to enable verification of military honors.
  • The Legislative Branch – Less than a year after Alvarez was decided, Congress responded with legislation that sought to remedy the constitutional problems in the 2005 legislation, which the Supreme Court decided in U.S. v. Alvarez were in violation of the First Amendment.

    The new legislation continues the prohibition on false claims of military honors in instances outside the protection of the First Amendment. However, the Stolen Valor Act of 2013 narrowed the original legislation in the following ways:
    • Repealed the prohibition against wearing such awards without legal authorization.
    • Limited the prohibition to wearers who act “fraudulently” and “with intent to obtain money, property, or other tangible benefit.”
    • Limited the prohibition to the Congressional Medal of Honor and certain, specified decorations or medals.  

But the fact remains that the Judicial Branch is not a separate part of government as expressed by the other two branches. The Judicial branch is dependent on the the other two branches for employment and advancement, therefore making the Judicial Branch a dependent branch of government. Until this is remedied, the government is in violation of the Separation of Powers Restoration Act. The Separation of Powers Restoration Act amends the Administrative Procedure Act to require that courts must decide for themselves “all relevant questions of law, including the interpretation of constitutional and statutory provisions, and rules made by agencies.” How can the courts do that if they know that advancement is judged on how they rule on cases, especially politically motivated cases. This interference is akin to coercion and can become problematic when courts rule along party lines. The current Chief Justice is perfect example of a person that has received retribution for voting his conscience. While we all feel every Justice has earned their position, their are going to be some very important questions asked and the weight and influence of politics is going to weigh heavily on what should be easy answers and that is completely unfair for the Justices. Friends might be lost, family might lose some of their luster in the eyes of other family members, all because of politics, something that is not part of the Judicial branch.

The remedy is simple, every branch chooses their own employees, that should also go for the Judicial branch. The Supreme Court should be the ones to nominate the next Supreme Court Justice, with the other branches being relegated to the confirmation process.

But I will say hahaha… because while the remedy is simple, the egos on people will not allow themselves to do the right thing and fix the apparent conflict of interest and give up power even when it benefits the nation as a whole.

Let me also add that all the Justices were rated highly by the American Bar Association, a peer review that is trustworthy and are pillars of their profession and this is not a criticism of them personally but how politics tries to influence every facet of life and we desperately need a branch of the government that is apolitical so we can get definitive answers that would calm the storm before it becomes a hurricane of political unrest, like what’s happening now.



QANON, who will probably hack my computer after I write this, but that’s alright, it won’t be the first time I had classified material stolen from my computer, is telling anyone that cares to listen that everyone is a pedophile unless you vote like them. The problem with saying everyone is a pedophile is that no one then is a pedophile. These allegations will become the same as crying wolf when it’s red riding hood, which I’m sure the boy scouts would love instead of the wolf. These allegations deaden the facts that there are some real life predators out there and they are going to be overlooked because of this crazy conspiracy campaign. People , like pedophiles and rapists, in my opinion, are the worst class of human being. People that use their power, influence and /or authority to force a minor or a woman to have sex with them with threats of harm or reprisal should get the death sentence because they are severely flawed individuals that need a restart and should start believing in the Hindu religion or become Buddhists (because of the reincarnation factor not because those religions promote any kind of sexual deviancy, I’m hoping you got that but I’m going to say it anyway). It’s going to be harder for parents of children (that were in the boy scouts in some instances) and women to be taken seriously if there is no accountability for stupid remarks and it belittles people that went through these traumatic experiences.

So please stop saying it unless your goal is to have people believe that no one is, then I have to wonder why you are doing that?



Being retired I spend most of my days watching TV, the most I have ever done in my life and what I discovered is that entertainment plays a crucial role in society. I am a big fan of this industry. They show us what compassion looks like, bravery, good morals and what it is to do the right thing. Their art shows the contemporary realities of today in a way that you just can’t help admire. Now I know that these are fictional characters but the message being sent to the youth is important. The good guys show why it’s still cool to be a good guy. While real world realities might sometimes be different, the entertainment business gives us a lifted spirit sense of ourselves, (my mind just went blank as I was writing this). My favorites are anything that Chuck Lorre does, almost anything on CBS… Bull, NCIS, FBI… etc to blockbuster movies. I really admire these shows and movies for their excellent content of guiding and inspiring people to be better. For some reason though, I go to sleep admiring them, wake up not liking them and ten I watch them again and I admire them all over again. It seems that sometime between watching them and admiring their content and waking up, there is somekind of transformation. Best guess is I go to sleep and the hypno movie ferry comes in and gives them bad reviews and then I watch them again and I admire them all over again… until the next morning. It’s crazy. So, long story longer and weirder, I don’t know what happens to me during the night but I’m not a fan in the morning but I am in the evening and then brainwash, rinse and repeat. Some people just like creating chaos and animosity, it suits their purpose.



An impulse control disorder is a condition in which a person has trouble controlling emotions or behaviors. Often, the behaviors violate the rights of others or conflict with societal norms and the law.

Signs and symptoms of impulse control
  • Engaging in risky or promiscuous behaviors and/or activities. (so no making love with your significant other in a car? Just missionary style and close your eyes when you goddamn do it!!!)
  • Stealing from family members, friends, or stores.
  • Starting fires. (So buy an electric stove)
  • Lying. (They always pick on politicians)
  • Hair pulling. (ooof, I knew it was a bad idea when she told me to do it)
  • Explosive violent outbursts against others or property of others. (All lawyers and stop kicking doors down)
  • Extreme defiance. (MLK, Ghandi, BLM movement, the pilgrims, Boston tea party…. doesn’t seem right)
  • Running away for no apparent reason. (All marathons must be cancelled and jogging is illegal, just buy a treadmill))

If I had a way of controlling all those symptoms with something like a magical phone or some magical waves that can control emotions I would send it through people’s eyes and feet and thumbs and then I could screw with them and then I would be the man.

Funny how those symptoms fit. If I could control their eyes, then I would make them look down and to the right, or was it left, to make them look like their lying. That’s what the experts used to say now they say that it’s no longer relevant. Wonder why?