Tuesday, December 30, 2008

2008 Is Winding Down...

As wave buah-by to 2008 it's hard to believe that we are coming to an end of the second year of the Arizona Buffalo Slayers! We've had a lot of fun and some interesting events this past year.

As you may know, the primary concept that forged this group was to have a date set aside each month for parties, events or to just hang out. We appreciate you being a part of our lives and decided that we do not see you often enough. Rather than leaving our get-togethers to chance, we wanted to set aside dedicated times and dates each month to “Strengthen the Herd” and share some short stories and long laughs.

In both 2007 and 2008 these events were held the 3rd Saturday of each month as “Gathering of the Slayers” day. If you decided to host a month all you had to do was pick your Saturday and plan your event. It could be happy hour at your favorite pub, boat Olympics at the lake or a backyard pool party. Whatever. We wanted creative and fun excuses to get together.

Anyone from fellow Slayers to friends and family were invited. It's your party and we always like to meet new people and expand the herd.

With that said, we here at AZBSHQ want your feedback. As a member in good standing (OK, just standing is fine) we would like to know your thoughts about 2009 so please complete the survey below and let us know what you think:

Your feedback and opinion are always welcome either in the comments sections or feel free e-mail to: JasonJohnson@BuffaloSlayers.com

Thank you all for another great year...we look forward to seeing you all soon in 2009!

What Song Was #1 When You Were Born?

This is pretty cool...click this link then select the month, date and year you were born to find out what was in the #1 spot on that blessed and glorious day. Put yours in the comments for everyone to enjoy!

For me it was The Beatles, All You Need Is Love:

And Jaimee was Wild Cherry, Play That Funky Music White Boy:

Or the day your kids were born, the day you graduated high school or college. How about the date you were conceived?

Game Night...


Friday, December 19, 2008

Getting Ready For The Trip

Jaimee, Sidney and I are getting ready for our annual pilgrimage north to Twin Falls, ID for another Christmas celebration.
This is my favorite trip of the year.
A few years back we decided to not fight the airports, connections and little Billy in the seat behind me kicking my seat and puking on himself ("You are being so brave Billy, I am so proud of you..." yea, it takes a ton of fortitude to scream for your PSP and whine about your snack pack) and make the trip via the open road.
The actual door to door travel time from our house in AZ to her parents in ID is about the same as flying. The best part however is we are in control of our own travel experience. From what we watch on the DVD or listen to, to bathroom and eating breaks or just stops to let the dog out and stretch her legs. It's nice and welcomed alone time that we rarely have during the rest of the year and I love it.

We get to see her parents, grandparents, uncles, aunts, cousins and everyone else over the four days. The week is filled with tons of eating, drinking, playing games, short stories and long laughs.
The chill in the air (yes, those are highs in the 20's) and snow on the ground really make it feel like Christmas and it looks like we may even have a white one this year.
It's a great tradition and one I truly look forward to every year.
With all that said, we wish you all a very Merry Christmas and the best of everything life has to offer!

Happy Holidays

We have a lot of fun here at the Buffalo Slayers Headquarters throughout the year but it's during this time of year where we like to take a moment to reflect on the important things. With that in mind, I found this short and honest little video for you to enjoy. Try not to read anything into it, just let the warm message wash over you and enjoy.


A Little Motivation For You Before The Holidays

You hang in there sunshine...you're special and you can do anything you put your mind to!


Question For The Ages

We here at BSHQ wanted to know...is it better to have a dog than a wife?

1.The later you are, the more excited your dogs are to see you.

2. Dogs don’t notice if you call them by another dog’s name.
3. Dogs like it if you leave a lot of things on the floor.

4. A dog’s parents never visit.

5. Dogs agree that you have to raise your voice to get your point across.

6. You never have to wait for a dog; they’re ready to go 24 hours a day.

7. Dogs find you amusing when you’re drunk.

8. Dogs like to go hunting and fishing.

9. A dog will not wake you up at night to ask, “If I died, would you get another dog?”

10. If a dog has babies, you can put an ad in the paper and give them away.

11. A dog will let you put a studded collar on it without calling you a pervert.

12. If a dog smells another dog on you, they don’t get mad. They just think it’s interesting.

13. Dogs like to ride in the back of a pickup truck.

And last, but not least:

14. If a dog leaves, it won’t take half of your stuff.

If you really want to know who loves you more, put your wife & your dog in the trunk of the car for ½ an hour and see who’s happy to see you when you let ‘em out!

BTW ~ I'll Take Both!

Jaimee And I Finally Got Our Tree Up

I took some step-by-step pictures if you'd like to create one of your own...

Ohh...look how it sparkles, look how it shines!

Admitting You Have A Problem...

...is the first step.


Sensitivity Test

Are you sensitive?
Take the following test to find out. Post your scores in the comments section and let's see who has what it takes!
1. In the company of females, intercourse should be referred to as:
a) Lovemaking
b) Screwing
c) Taking the pigskin bus to tuna town
2. You should make love to a woman for the first time only after you have both shared:
a) Your views about what you expect from a sexual relationship
b) Your blood-test results
c) Five tequila slammers
3. You time your orgasm so that:
a) Your partner climaxes first
b) You both climax simultaneously
c) You don't miss ESPN Sports Center
4. Passionate, spontaneous sex on the kitchen floor is:
a) Healthy, creative love-play
b) Not the sort of thing your wife would agree to
c) Not the sort of thing your wife needs to ever find out about
5. Spending the whole night cuddling a woman you have just had sex with is:
a) The best part of the experience
b) The second best part of the experience
c) $100 extra
6. Your wife/girlfriend says she's gained five pounds in the last month. You tell her that it is:
a) Of no influence on your affectionate feelings for her
b) Not a problem, she can join your gym
c) A conservative estimate
7. You think today's sensitive, caring man is:
a) A myth
b) An oxymoron
c) A moron
8. Foreplay is to sex as:
a) An appetizer is to entree
b) Primer is to paint
c) A long line is to an amusement park ride
9. Which of the following are you most likely to find yourself saying at the end of a relationship?:
a) I hope we can still be friends
b) I'm not in right now, please leave a message at the beep
c) Welcome to Dumpsville. Population, YOU.
10. A woman who is uncomfortable watching you masturbate:
a) Probably needs a little more time before she can cope with that sort of intimacy
b) Is uptight and a waste of time
c) Shouldn't have sat next to you on the bus in the first place.
Evaluating Results:
If you answered A more than 7 times, check your pants to make sure you really ARE a man. Get some of Jim Hake's "Man Pills".
If you answered B more than 7 times, check into therapy. You're a little confused.
If you answered C more than 7 times, YOU DA' MAN!

How You Know It's Someones Last Day On The Job

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Funeral For A Friend


Of course that title made me think of this:


How To Fly


A Few Questions For The Secret Servcie

With regard to the "shoe throwing incident":

1. Shouldn't you have jumped in front of that shoe?

2. Shouldn't you have jumped in front of that second shoe?

3. Second shoe = the one thrown after being removed from foot after first shoe was thrown.

4. Let's say people had three feet. Would you have allowed a third shoe to fly unimpeded?

5. While the shoe was in the air, were you like, "Oh, its just a shoe."

6. Same question about the second shoe.

7. Do you think this is funny, "Throw a shoe at me once, shame on--you. Throw a shoe--you throw a shoe, you can't throw a shoe again."

8. Is there not "protection training" for lunatics launching objects?

9. Let's say there isn't training for that--but do they tell you that if someone does throw (or shoot) something to be on the alert in case they want to repeat this behavior?
10. Where were you?

Well That All Depends...

...on how you define the word "contact". Sounds a little like our old friend Billy Clinton and the definition of what the word "is" is.

Barack Obama has gone out of his way to make his incoming administration Clintonesque. Not only has he built 63% of his transition team from Clinton administration officials, he even picked Hillary Clinton for a Cabinet post. Now Obama appears to have restored another Clinton tradition — in word parsing.

“I had no contact with the governor or his office and so we were not, I was not aware of what was happening.”

Uh...isn't that you with Gov. Blagojevich on November 12th?

Is this anything like parsing the meaning of the word “is”? Obviously, Obama made contact with Blagojevich a week before the statement at the December 2nd NGA conference. Did they discuss the Senate succession? Probably not, but it’s not necessarily out of the question, either.
Did Prez Elect Obama have anything to do with this big mess...probably not. This guy Blagojevich seems like he had his own agenda all along. But come one Barack, stop treating us like the drooling spoon feed morons who elected you. You know you had contact with the guy...we know you had contact with the guy. Why not just get in front of this instead of hiding behind "just words"?
The hole story here.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Bush Brushed Back With Shoes To The Head

Apparently one of the most insulting things one can do to another in the Arab culture is show them the bottom of your feet or throw your shoes at them. In case you didn't hear, President Bush was conducting a press conference in Baghdad over the weekend when a protester hurled not one, but both his kicks at the President's head. Bush was quick to duck and cover and neither shoe made contact. You can see the full story here.

And in case you missed it, video of the incident is below:


What Really Happens At The North Pole...

It gets a little stressful up there this time of year. With the big day just around the corner, the head Elf has to keep those little fellas in line. Check out this video obtained from an undercover camera that was hidden in Santa's workshop over the weekend:


'Tis The Season...

How many times have you wanted to do this? Especially this time of year with all the lines in the post office, stores and everywhere.


Sunday, December 14, 2008

Happy Holidays!

New Christmas song that touches the heart and warms the soul...

NSFW ~ Language

Friday, December 12, 2008

We've Come A Long Way...

Wow…talk about horrible stereotypes throughout the ages. Check out these actual advertisements from years gone by. Click on the image to enlarge:

1880 ~ Tobacco

1890 ~ An ad for sewing thread!

1900 (really, a whip? WTF?) ~ Cream of Wheat

1920 ~ Golf Tees

1934 ~ Pancake Mix

1937 ~ General Electric Dishwasher Ad

1937 ~ Shoe Polishing Cloth

1954 ~ Men's Dress Shirts

More here.

Ready For My Close-Up

Earth set for full moon close up - A full moon is set to occur closer to the Earth on Friday evening than it has done for the past 15 years. The Moon's elliptical orbit means its distance from the Earth is not constant. Friday's full moon could appear up to 14% bigger and 30% brighter than other full moons this year.
The Moon's orbit is elliptical, meaning it does not follow a circular but rather an oval path. It is currently approaching the point where this oval orbit is nearest to the Earth.

See the whole story here.

Thursday, December 11, 2008

Important News Regarding The Mumbi Tragedy

New Release

Who says there's no good music out there these days?
Starts out a little slow but stick with it...

SFW ~ Yes, that's JT with the mop.

You can't have that one with out this:


Question For My Tucson Readers:

How do you get a UofA graduate off your porch?

Pay for the pizza!

Quick Hotel Question...

Yesterday, I checked into my hotel and said to the front desk agent, "I'd like the porn channel in my room to be disabled."

"We don't have that...," she said, "it's regular porn, you sick bastard!"

Thanks Especial-K

And Now...A Quick Word From Our Sponsor


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Addressing The Important Issues

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It's The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year...

Break the aluminum pole out from the crawl space and get ready for the feats of strength...It's Festivus time again!
We here at BSAZ are very open and try to acknowledge all beliefs. In case you have lost yours or do not currently have a Festivus Pole, click here.

What's that you say? Don't know what Festivus is? Maybe the clip below will help:


With that I had to post one of my all time favorite blooper clips:


In Case The Economy Has You Down...

I think this is the approach our friends in Washington have taken:

NSFW ~ Language

And Now A Word From Our Sponsors

Let's hear it for the Government!

The Wonder Boner

"...my wife would like that."


From Bits & Pieces

Thanks For Helping The Economy!

The gays doing their part to be a part of the solution:

'Day Without a Gay' participation spotty: SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - A daylong work stoppage for which people were encouraged to call in "gay" to express support for same-sex marriage drew spotty participation Wednesday, with some gay rights activists praising the event and others questioning its value. The protest was designed to demonstrate the economic clout of same-sex marriage supporters following the passage of voter-approved gay marriage bans in California, Arizona and Florida last month. Participants also were asked to refrain from spending money or at least to patronize gay-friendly businesses for the day. You can see the hole article here.

With everything going on in the country and world, this is the best form of protest they could come up with? Thanks for being so selfless and doing your part to keep the economy in the crapper! Why am I not surprised there wasn't more support with such a noble, sophisticated and mature approach.

New Endorsement From Steve Nash


Always Check Your Child's Homework

The assignment was to draw a picture of what you wanted to do for work when you grow up. You could use whatever industry you want or your parents' job as an example. Here's what little Suzie drew:

Mommy works at Home Depot and sells snow shovels...!

Prez Bush Prepares For The Obama Inauguration

Public Service Announcement

This year let's try to stay out of the doghouse...

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