Monday, March 30, 2009

First Ride'O Da Year

Toronto Motorcycle Swap Meet 2009:

Why So Shy?


God Dam Camera On My Blackberry Sux Shit!!!
Brand F'n New Too!... Ahh I Don't Pay Fer It...









Made In Canada!


















Made In Canada!








I Hate My Fuck'n Blackberry Cam Phone. It Blows Hot Rod!














































Then It Was Off Ta Da "World Famous Brass Rail".






It's My Favorite Place In Da World!






We Decided To Go To "The Village Inn" In Bradford, Ontario. South Of Where I Live.
"The Village" Has The Best Hot Wings Anywhere, Except "The Anchor Bar" In Buffalo Of Coarse!
Some Cheesy Ass "Kiss" Tribute Band Was Play'n There.
They Where The Single Worst Sack'O'Shit Band I've Ever Heard!
They Were Out'a Tune, Out'a Time, Out'a Their Element...
The Goofs Couldn't Barely Walk Of Stage With The Platforms They Were Wear'n.
The Guy Who Was Dressed As "Gene Simmons" Fell Flat On His Ass On The First Song.
Buddy And I Were Cry'n Laugh'n!
Fuck'n Ass Clowns!




I'm A Blur!
My Mind Was Froze, My Hands Were Froze And So Was My Cock & Balls!
They Looked Like Two Raisins & A Thumb!

All And All A Good Time Was Had By All! I Got Some Wood At Da "Brass Rail", Rode My Bike, Ate Sum Hot Wings & Gotta See Gene Simmons Wipe-Out! A Great Boyz Day/Nite Out.

Sa Ya

Wally.

P.S. When I Got Home I Had A Long Hot Bath...My Boys Plum't Right Back Up. No Worries!

Saturday, March 21, 2009

How Da Auto Industry Effects Our Economy?


Here's a simple answer:


"The automobile industry is an expensive industry to be in and to stay in business they have to sell cars. If the economy is bad and people are not buying new cars because they cannot afford new cars and gas prices are also forcing people to choose alternative ways of travel, car pooling, public transport, etc., the automobile industry suffers. If this last too long, to meet costs and avoid going under the automobile industry will have to cut back, close plants, etc., which in turn also has a detrimental effect on the economy".
Do you think that's the answer?
If you say yes, your way wrong!
Did you know the the American auto industry effects 69% of our GDP ( Gross Domestic Product)? It does. Did you know that when Toyota was announced as the the leader in auto sales in the world that in the next following weeks a recession occured world wide? It did. Do you know that when the U.S.'s GDP rises that stock markets all around the world rise with it? It does. Did you know when Japan's GDP rised to it's highest level in the late 1980's that there was a housing collapse world wide? It did.
It touches everyone of you in some way or another. World wide.
The average job in the automotive manufacturing sector was compensated at a level 60 percent higher than the average U.S. job. As a matter of fact these jobs pay for about 50% of the U.S. and Canadian economy. If you outsource your own way of life, don't expect that it wont be turned upside down.

This economic downturn has everything to do with Americans And Canadians not buying our own product.
We as a nation should fire bomb the Honda and Toyota plants not lend them money to build plants and lower our national average income.
If you want to restart our economy look out to your garage. If it's a foreign made vehicle take it out to the woods and set fire to it. Phone it in stolen. Or better still trade it in. Buy an American or Canadian made car. It my cost ya a few bucks, but in the long run it's the best money you've ever invested in. It's time to take care of our own! Make sure it's an real American made car. Some cars carry Ford, Chrysler and GM name brands, but are made in Mexico, Korera...etc...

What is going down in both of our contries is the largest union bust in histroy and we're just sit'n back and watching it. Doing noth'n but watching...Lemings.
It's time to stand up fight and give our jobs back to our freinds and family. To make our purchases count.
Sa Later

Wally

Thursday, March 19, 2009

Good Bye "Test".


Bret Hart's comments on the passing of Andrew 'Test' Martin.*

Good-bye my friend.




It’s with a very heavy heart that I somehow search for the right words to express my deepest sorrow over the loss of yet another of my wrestling brothers, Andrew Martin, aka Test.
I met Andrew, along with his equally huge friend George, at the Planet Hollywood restaurant in downtown Toronto in 1996. WWE exec, Carlo DeMarco brought them both up to meet me and to see if I’d be interested in possibly training them as wrestlers. Andrew was, as my father would say, a fine specimen; 6’ 6”, lean, hard and handsome with a big, boyish smile. I wasn’t actually looking for any more prospects but I saw something in him and told him if he could get over to Calgary I’d personally teach him, free of charge.
I was working a full WWE schedule back then and was preparing to begin teaching, or fine tuning, some of the many young wrestlers that were starting to pop up everywhere. I instantly liked Andrew and I can smile now at the memory of coming home from the road, physically exhausted, only to remember that I’d promised Andrew a real match in my dungeon. I found myself reluctantly wrapping my knees and lacing up my boots so I could wrestle Andrew on my precious day off. That day Andrew went from dreaming of being a wrestler to actually working with the WWE World Champion in his home. I wrestled Andrew for over a half hour and I knew back then that, with his size and ability, he was going to go far in the business. Unfortunately, my days in the WWE came to an end just as Andrew’s time was beginning. I’d gotten most of my students tryouts at the Raw TV taping in Ottawa, the day after the infamous screwjob in Montreal, and so our paths took a fork in the road. Even with me gone, Carlo, Edge, Christian and my bother Owen helped guide Andrew and he earned his spot on the WWE roster. I lost contact with Andrew for a time, but every now and then I’d catch him on TV and I felt very proud of him.
Death brought Andrew and I back together when we saw each other at Bryan “Krush” Adams’ funeral two years ago. It was during that sad, dark time - after the recent losses of Sherri Martel, Bam Bam Bigelow and the blackness of the Chris Benoit tragedy - I was hearing that Andrew was having drug addiction problems again and I was fearful he might be next.
I saw a need to keep in touch with him and do all I could to encourage him to save himself, and maybe some others too. We renewed our friendship and stayed in touch.
This past November I had the luck of doing a wrestling tour in France for two weeks with Andrew and he seemed to be a new man. He’d completed WWE sponsored rehab and had a new lease on life. Andrew clearly had his demons on the run and we talked about him becoming the poster child for wrestlers that desperately needed a voice urging, “If I can beat this, so can you!” Andrew convinced me he had the commitment and the determination to make a difference. I had a great time with him on that tour.
Following the tour I had painful knee replacement surgery and now it was Andrew calling me to see if I was doing okay. A few weeks ago he talked of coming to visit me here in Hawaii. He seemed so strong and focused that I never thought to question him about how he was doing. I again urged him to use his experience to reach out to the many wrestlers who are still losing their battle with drug addiction.
Now I wish so much that I could’ve somehow known that Andrew's once strong grip on his addictions was loosening and beginning to slip. I failed to see the signs of him losing a battle that I thought he’d already won. My heart has been heavy since the news of his passing. In our last phone call, a few weeks ago, I kidded him about how he worked that entire France tour and never took one bump and I smile at the memory of his deep booming laugh echoing over the phone. That’s how I choose to remember my friend. I’m sorry I didn’t see his pain and suffering; had I known I’d have tried harder to save him. He slipped and we lost one of the good ones. Nobody has anything but the nicest things to remember about Andrew Martin. I will miss him. He was a dear friend, one of very few I had left in a profession where too many die too young. My thoughts and prayers go out to him and his entire family. Somehow, as hard as we all tried, we lost another good soul forever.
*Pulled From Bret Hart's Personal Blog.
"You would not be or feel alive without the thin vale of death."
Wallycrawler 2009.

For Jagaur.

Saturday, March 14, 2009

PD13 - Friday Da 13th. March 2009 Port Dover, Ontario, Canada.





Port Dover
Friday Da 13th.
March, 2009.


Lunch

"Cousin It"
Ate This...
Smelts.

















Da Crawler's Lunch
Pork Pot Pie.







(((DONE!)))






















I Liked Da Paint On This "Sporty"!
Sa Later
Wally.

Sunday, March 08, 2009

Da Year Of Da Comedy

JONAH HILL, PAUL RUDD, SETH ROGEN, and JASON SEGEL: "The Pretty Young Things"!

After appearing in "Knocked Up" , "The 40-Year-Old Virgin" & "Superbad" this quartet can now be considered summa cum laude graduates of the Judd Apatow school of comedy. Unlike so many comedy stars of the last two decades, they seem at their best when they work not as soloists but as part of a tightly knit ensemble. Say good-bye to the laughter of alienation and hello to a brand of comedy that fosters a feeling of community. Rather than dominate a crowd, they conspire with the people in the audience. Their strength lies in their charm. Even Rogen, Apatow's student from his cult classic TV shows "Undeclared" & "Freaks and Geeks". Seth has now become the most sought after comedian/actor/writer in Hollywood and is now in post production of the new "Green Hornet Movie". He will play the lead role of "Britt Reid/The Green Hornet". I love give'n Seth some props cause he's a fellow Canuck.
* Borrowed somewhat from "Vanity Fair".

video : Funny People.

video : I Love You Man.

video : Observe & Report

Look for "Funny People" to be the movie of the year. Some are say'n quietly it will be the first comedy movie to crack the "Oscars".

Enjoy da Trailers

Wally.

Sunday, March 01, 2009

Why Do We Need To Study Global Warm'n?



By The Associated Press
VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. - A rocket carrying a NASA global warming satellite splashed into the ocean near Antarctica early Tuesday after a failed launch.
The Taurus XL rocket carrying the Orbiting Carbon Observatory blasted off just before 2 a.m. from California's Vandenberg Air Force Base.
But minutes later, the fairing on the rocket failed to separate, a preliminary investigation found. The fairing is a clamshell cover protecting the satellite as it is blasted through the atmosphere.
The 450-kilogram satellite was supposed to be placed into an orbit some 650 kilometres high to track carbon dioxide emissions.
"Certainly for the science community it's a huge disappointment," said John Brunschwyler, Taurus project manager for Orbital Sciences Corp., which built the rocket and satellite. "It's taken so long to get here."
The project was nine years in the making.
The rocket landed in the ocean near Antarctica. A group of environment ministers from more than a dozen countries met on the southern continent this week to get the latest science on global warming.
NASA said it will convene a team of experts to investigate the loss of the satellite.
The observatory was NASA's first satellite dedicated to monitoring carbon dioxide on a global scale. Measurements collected from the $280 million mission were expected to improve climate models and help researchers determine where the greenhouse gas originates and how much is being absorbed by forests and oceans.
Last month, Japan successfully launched the world's first satellite to monitor global warming emissions.
Scientists currently depend on 282 land-based stations - and scattered aircraft flights - to monitor carbon dioxide at low altitudes.
Carbon dioxide is the leading greenhouse gas and its buildup helps trap heat from the sun, causing potentially dangerous warming of the planet. Carbon dioxide emissions rose three per cent worldwide from 2006 to 2007, according to international science agencies.

So then, my question again???
Why Do We Need To Study Global Warm'n?
It's a open up and shut case isn't it?
We created "Global Warming" right? It's from "Greenhouse Gases", fossil fuels that we dispersed in the air!
Case closed!
Now we gotta fix the problem by using "Green Friendly" vehicles, buying "Green" products, soon as we're back in line with acceptable "Greenhouse Gas" we're free of worry. Right? Right? Right????
Well No. "Case" isn't closed!
More and more "real" scientists know more than they care to share about "Climate Change".
Well then if you still think we're the root cause for "Global Warm'n", or what they now call "Climate Change", why, oh, why, would NASA, the USA, in a fit of a huge money melt down, want to send a 280 million dollar satellite in space to study it? And this isn't the first satellite NASA has sent up for the same purpose. Shhh that's a secret!
Japan also has one, so do the Russians, the Chinese? Probably!
NASA has also used Hubble to look inta "Climate Change". Studying the Earth's weather shifts in the last ten years. Again this is NASA's answer to "Money well wasted"!
I know what the problem is, so do the scientists and deep down so do you.
They are searching for answers to the cosmic question. (?)
HOW LONG DO WE HAVE TIL THE NEXT ICE AGE?




Well we just had one. Did ya notice? No?
My Friends "Global Warming", "Climate Change", what ever they're call'n it now? Is a FRAUD!It's a designed initiative to transpose cheaper energy into highly inefficient more expensive energy. One namely is "Nuclear Power".
“Nuclear is also the most expensive energy source in the world and actually generates only 2 percent of the world’s supply.”
Wind generation is another.

Wind generation has a unreal cost on the consumer and the environment, namely birds and bats. I love to read about how wind generation serves people. One article had a two million dollar wind generator located at the top of a ski hill. The owner said "...this unit saves us one hundred thousand dollars a year and does two thirds of our yearly energy"...."and it will last for ever"! That's quite good isn't it? This unit will pay for itself say in twenty years and it will last forever! Please asshole. This thing will be a Coke can in twenty years, a second generation Coke can. Plus this unit is killing bats at an alarming rate, seems it's situated in a migration path for brown bats. What a Eco friendly machine!

We have the answers to ours needs. Large corporations and larger governments are gouging at our pocket books and our future.

Obama is preaching Junk Science.

I sated this before and I will again. Our lives are in our hands. Learn da truth. Don't be fooled into losing your lifestyle and futures just because you have a guilt complex. We are be'n marketed into a middle class genocide. We are killing our futures for the sake of the Hollywood, Washington, New York, marketing gurus. They know your weaknesses. Renewable energy is here, been here forever. Look to the soil, the earth, look to the sun. Wind generation does has it's place also "where" is the question? But don't forsake fossil fuels for something that just doesn't work.

Watch the You Tube video below to enlighten yourself to what the root cause of a "climate change" initiative is. It's all to start a new tax structure. Wait my dear lemmings "Carbon Tax" is upon us!

These Corporations and their Governments wont be finished with us until we are dead and in our graves. Then who will they use to keep them rich?

Sa Later Da Wallycrawler

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