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Thursday, February 13, 2020

Mystify Me

Well, I finally did it. I got myself a copy of Mystify coming. That's the new documentary by Richard Lowenstein. It's out on DVD now and I have it on it's way from Amazon. I cannot wait to see it! I'm kinda mad at Richard Lowenstein though. He did a remake of the video for Way Of The World by Max Q, which starred Michael Hutchence. I'd have never suspected Richard Lowenstein to be a follower. The original video came out in 1989. But this new one, Lowenstein put images of Donald Trump next to Adolph Hitler. At first, I thought he did it to show Trump is the polar opposite of Hitler. But then one of my buds said Richard Lowenstein hates Trump. So, I don't understand it. Why wasn't Trump put in the video back in 1989? Isn't it funny? People like that didn't think there was anything wrong with Trump until he became our president? Is this what happens to politicians who keep all their promises? And have the guts to stand behind their promises?

But you wanna know something else? Another one of my buds posted that Richard Lowenstein said he would take legal action against anyone who posted any of his material from his documentary. I said "Fine. He has a right to protect his property." It's because I believe in capitalism that I say that. But if Lowenstein is for Bernie Sanders, and against Trump, then that makes him a hypocrite. Does he realize that if this was a socialist society then everything would belong to the government, and that includes his personal clips for the documentary? So, if he tried to take legal action against someone who got their hands on his documentary, in a socialist society, the courts would not rule in his favor! They would rule in favor of the person who stole and posted the clips. That's what socialism is. Believe me, he would not like it!

But I am not planning to steal his clips. I'd never do that if he doesn't want me to. And again, it's because I believe in capitalism. See, capitalism is not so 'evil'. It's socialism that is evil. Look what it did to the people in Venezuela. They even took to eating their pets and animals in the zoo just to get nourishment. Venezuela is socialism that has run amuck. And it wouldn't take long for the USA to become that if Bernie Sanders wins the next election. Which reminds me, to all republicans out there; GO VOTE!!!! Trust me, your vote will count! And vote for Trump! Don't let him slip through our fingers! I don't want Bernie as our next president! That would be a nightmare!

But you know the leftists are going loony now that the next elections are coming up. I've heard of a guy in Florida who rammed a republican tent with his truck. The police got him and took him to jail, and it was said he was laughing and smiling all the way. Downright crazy! And in New Hampshire, a 34-year old man assaulted a pro-Trump teenage boy and another Trump supporter who tried to intervene. I'll tell you, if I was that boy's mama or dad, I would wait for that thug to make bail, stand outside the courthouse with a rifle and wait for him to come outside and blow what's left of his brains out. He's an ugly son of a bitch too...


UGH!! The face only a mother could love. Typical of leftists. Not a surprise he'd harass a teenager. For no other reason other than the fact the kid supports Trump. Anyways, his name is Patrick Bradley, and he is currently in jail. I suggest the parents of the assaulted teen buy a rifle and wait for this guy's family (if he has one) to bail him out. Like I said, that's what I'd do. NO ONE would assault my child and live to tell about it! And especially not some punk little Bernie Sanders supporter!!!

Well, I still have every plan to vote for Trump this year. Nothing is going to stop me. I want to see him win. I don't want to see this country become a communist country. People can assault me all they want to. I'll just pick myself up, shake off the assault, go to the polls and put in my vote for Trump! Try and stop me!

Wednesday, February 12, 2020

For The Love of Kaitlin Bennett

These days, I've been seeing a lot of people on YouTube talking slam about Kaitlin Bennett. All because she did interviews with college students and asked them if they say yay or nay to putting urinals in women's restrooms to be inclusive to "women" who have penises. No real woman has a penis. And those who do don't belong in a woman's restroom. If I were to walk in to a woman's restroom and see a man standing there at a urinal, I would walk out! Several students in the video said "It's none of my business". Maybe it's not, but it does become my business if the man is a pervert and tries to rape me or leer into the stalls while I am sitting there. I'm uncomfortable with men in places like restrooms and locker rooms. Always have been. I don't think that would change with a man who thinks he's a woman.

Before I change my mind about trans rights, we need the leftists to shut the fuck up, and learn more about what goes on in a real trans person's mind. Some people are trans because they are gender dysphoric. But that is not always the case. Take Jonathan Yaniv for example. The only reason he is trans is because he wants to look at naked girls in locker rooms and restrooms. He is the kind of trans person I fear the most. If you were to scour his brain activity, and the activity of a real transgender who is actually gender dysphoric, there would be a huge difference. Because Yaniv is not really trans. He just uses that excuse to leer at naked girls. I know we should not judge all trans people by the actions of one bad apple. But there is a saying that says one bad apple can ruin the whole bunch. Yaniv is that one bad apple who makes me not want to trust transgender people at all. Some, like him, are trans because they want access to women's private spaces, or take over women's sports, or other perverted, fashionable reasons, or for acceptance. Those are the people I really think we should beware of. If I were a young woman, competing in women's sports, and they allowed trans "women" to compete with the real women, I would boycott! I'd leave women's sports altogether.

More research has been done, but retracted because domestic terrorist groups like Antifa, doxx the authors of those studies, and label them as "transphobes" because they don't like what the scientists have to say about transgenders. Well, telling the truth is not transphobic!! I say more of it needs to be done. More biologists need to study real victims of gender dysphoria and decipher what the difference is between them and someone who is faking. Until that time comes, I refuse to accept trans rights. And I don't give a fuck if I am labeled a "transphobe". I don't care! More needs to be learned about the condition before I accept it. Too many fakers out there now!

Anyways, back to Kaitlin Bennett. A lot of people have been giving Kaitlin Bennett a lot of shit because she did those interviews and they are calling her a "transphobe". But I don't think she cares really. Just like me. But since calling her a "transphobe" or a "homophobe" does not really faze her, they resort to talking about how she accidentally took a dump in her pants at a frat party. Someone asked why people are always bringing that up and my response was because the libtards need something to heckle any conservatives about, and all they got to get under Kaitlin's skin is the fact she dumped in her pants at a frat party. Seriously? I've yet to see a liberal who didn't bring that up at some time in their videos. It's getting to the point where it's become a weak argument. Libtards use that incident against Kaitlin like it's their lifeline. Like the last of the straws they have to grasp and they cling desperately to it.

Personally, I don't give a fuck that she shit her pants! It happens to the best of us at some point or another. And taking a dump is natural. I laugh more at the libtards who keep bringing that up, because its come to a point where it sounds perpetually ridiculous coming from them. You know the rules of karma don't you? Those who make fun of Kaitlin because she dumped in her pants will grow up to do the same. You never know. And karma can be a bitch! It's not even Kaitlin's fault some hack took her picture without her permission and posted it to Twitter or Instagram or whatever the fuck it was! That was likely done by a libtard too. I don't go to parties, not with young people, but I am sure if I did, people would find something about it to heckle me with too. My thing would be though, what kind of people are doing the heckling? Would it be libtards who just want to grasp at straws for every little thing? Or would it be conservatives? Or would it be both? I think I'd be more concerned if it was conservatives, or both to be honest. But I'd definitely not worry if it was libtards alone heckling me for something. Because libtards are always going to grasp at something small just to get a rise out of me. And they are hypocrites.

Well, you know all the queers are going to slam Kaitlin for her journalism. The biggest disappointment I've seen is Hunter Avalone slamming her. Now, let me say first, I know Kaitlin Bennett is not perfect. There's some things I don't like about her too. I don't care that she shit her pants. I lost more respect for Kaitlin when I found out she has a cat and no dogs! Cats are liberal pets. Cats are for wimps, wussies, ugly people and soyboys. That's why libtards prefer them. Dogs are for strong, but still feminine, women and real men. But the way Kaitlin talked about Hunter (and vice-versa) made him sound like he's become a liberal now. I waited to hear his response to Kaitlin's video this morning. But in the meantime, I went to his channel and asked if it's true he's a liberal now. But he responded this afternoon, saying Kaitlin took everything he said out of context from months-old videos. But I admit I was scared there for a while. I waited though until I got his side of the story before I decided whether to unsub him or not.

Well, I can understand that. My views change all the time too. Things I said back when I began this blog are not really relevant today, now that I've grown some. I've changed my point of view on a lot of issues I thought differently of back then. But I believe my views changed for the better. I'm more comfortable in my own skin nowadays. I've learned some more things, and more things have happened that have molded me into the person I am today. Some might say I didn't change for the better, that I got worse, but that's OK. I didn't change to suit anyone else. I did it for me and my own growth and sanity. That's why it should always be done. If you do something to make other people happy, believe me, you will be disappointed in yourself.

Sunday, February 9, 2020

Big And Sweet Ears!!

Ears! Ears! Ears all over the place!!! I love it!! Big and sweet ears! I do have a fetish for dog ears and feets. I always call them feets. But I only love dog ears and feet. I don't care for human ears or feet. Human feet are not as sweet as dog feet. Especially little dog feets! Anyways, it looks like I chose the right breed to recover. I'm calling this Operation Save Our Skyes. I don't know how many reputable breeders will go for this. But in all honesty, they should go for it. It's the best way in the world to save this breed from extinction. Sorry, not sorry. I don't want to see that happen. But somebody is out there breeding them. I did a search for Skye terriers and found out there are even some in shelters in this country, and even some crossbreeds. Shoot, the designer mutt community has even come up with names for Skye crosses!

Skyes have also been used in movies before. Disney's The Absent-Minded Professor (1961) featured a Skye terrier they called Charlie.



Also in a 1947 cartoon titled "Scent-imental Over You", at the beginning a Skye terrier makes a very brief cameo appearance...


They are considered to be the oldest of the terriers. For a while, Cairn terriers were known as "short-haired Skyes", and at first were even born in litters with regular long haired Skyes. But they split apart around the 1900s due to backlash from regular long-coated Skye breeders. In 1912, the short-haired Skye terriers were named Cairn terriers. The word "Cairn" is actually the Scottish word for a pile of rocks at gravesites, where rodents could be found.

Today, the Cairn and the Skye are recognized separately. I personally love both. But Cairns are already popular. Maybe someday down the line, I would love to own one. But for now, this is going to be my concern, getting Skye terriers back on their feet where they belong. Some tempting pics for tax. First, some teeny little puddies!!



Look at those EARS!!!!!!!



Here's some adult dogs for your viewing pleasure...


Most skyes these days come in 2 basic colors. They can be black, or wheaten. Those are the most common, but there are also blue, cream and charcoal individuals. I love their ears! Skye terriers are a lot bigger than they look in pictures. One might expect these to be small dogs. But they're not. They're actually pretty good-sized. Though Sir Knight was a lot like the one on the Absent-Minded Professor. But Skye terriers can weigh up to 40 pounds. Their fur is long and silky, with very little undercoat. They do not shed a lot. But like most terriers, must be stripped by hand once a week.

For you mixed breed lovers, here's some Skye mixed dogs I've found...

This dog is half Skye terrier and half Pomeranian.

This baby is half Skye terrier and half Scottish terrier.

This dog is half Skye terrier and half Basset Hound.

This baby was labeled half Havanese and half Skye terrier.

These sweet puddies are half Skye terrier and half Lhasa Apso.

This adorable baby is half Skye terrier and half Shetland sheepdog.

This dog is half Skye terrier and half Boston terrier.

This dog was labeled half Skye terrier and half Miniature American Shepherd.

This sweet baby is half Skye terrier and half Maltese.

This beautiful dog is half Skye terrier and half Papillon.

This baby is half Skye terrier and half West Highland Terrier.

This sweet baby is half Skye terrier and half Wheaten terrier.

This baby is half Skye terrier and half Yorkshire terrier.

This little angel is half Skye terrier and half poodle.
Amazing! There seems to be more mixed breed Skyes than there are purebreds. In fact, did you know there are more Giant pandas in the wild than there are Skye terriers in domestication? That says a lot about the rarity of this breed. But every once in a while the breed does seem to see a brief surge in popularity. I did see more of them back in 1999-2000. Both pure and mixed. They were very popular in the 60s and 70s. These days, people like ugly things. They don't look for cute breeds like Skye terriers. They look for ugly breeds like Pit bulls and other bully-type dogs. Its sad too. Skye terriers have so much to offer. They are among the most loyal of the terriers.

Friday, February 7, 2020

I Had An Epiphany

Ya know for some time, I've been talking about getting back into breeding chihuahuas. But last night I saw something that would change my mind. AKC has released a list of breeds that they say needs more public interest. These are breeds that AKC recognizes and has recognized for many years, but they are very low in numbers. A few breeds I like were on that list. One breed that caught my attention was the Skye terrier. Named after the Isle of Skye in Scotland. One person who is on the group and lives in Scotland said she's visited the Isle of Skye recently and there were absolutely no skye terriers to be found. This is the breed's place of origin too! So, that kinda got me to thinking; instead of breeding chihuahuas, why not breed Skye terriers? I was saying in another thread yesterday that I would love to join a breed revival community to help get them back on track. Most people that I've met who have met other Skye terriers say they are one of the best dogs they've ever known.

When I was about 7 years old, we had a Skye terrier named Sir Knight. He was black when he was a puppy, but when he got older, he lightened into a more charcoal-grayish color. I didn't know what breed he was when I was 7 years old, it wasn't until years later, after I saw him as an adult and started studying dogs that I put 2 and 2 together. He had the characteristic fringes on the ears and the arches of hair over his face. That's one thing I remember most about him. Skyes are also not as high-energy as other terriers. I remember at the same time we got Sir Knight, our best friends Brenda, Tara and Lucious, got one of Sir Knight's half sisters, who was only half Skye terrier and half poodle. She was a wheaten color with some white markings. Funny how I remember what she looked like. They named her Fifi.

One of my most favorite childhood memories ever was when Brenda and Tara would come over and bring Fifi. Tara and I would run through the house, giggling and playing, and Sir Knight and Fifi would be running along together after us. Every time I think about that now, it always brings a smile to my face. It's probably one of my most favorite childhood memories. Of course I still love little chihuahuas, but let's face it, there's already a LOT of chihuahuas out there. Granted not all are good quality. But Skye terrier numbers are falling fast.

I remember back in 1999, Skye terriers saw a little bit of a surge in popularity. Just for a little while. I was seeing Skye puppies and Skye mixes even. I remember one time there was even an ad in our local paper where someone was giving a 2-year old skye away. It almost sounded too good to be true. I called the ad and asked the guy why he was just giving away a dog like that. I got my answer. He said the dog killed his cat. I was like "oh." I thanked him and hung up. If it wasn't for the fact that I had a cat at that time, I would definitely have gotten the dog! But I already had a cat so I couldn't get the dog. I should have gotten rid of the cat and went and got the dog anyways. The cat didn't last long at our house (which is usually the case with cats). But it would have been kinda fun to have another Skye terrier in my life.

Aside from Sir Knight, the only other time I've seen a Skye terrier was when I was about 10, and this old couple who lived down the road from me, had a big, mean Samoyed and a skye terrier. Usually Samoyeds are not mean, but I think this one was because the old couple was mean. They were not friendly older people at all! They were probably reclusive people. I remember one time I asked the little old lady if I could see her terrier up close and she flat-out said no because she was a female, and she was a watch dog. The way she said that, in the tone of voice she used, sounded like she was telling me to just get lost. She was not at all friendly. I don't know if she just didn't like kids, or if she didn't like people at all. I never saw anyone go to their place for a visit. No children, no grandchildren or anything. I think they were just loners. Which I do understand now. I'm pretty much the same way. But I'm not that aloof. I do sometimes still say hello to people when I feel like it. Which really is not often.

Well, I can't do anything now because of this surgery I'm going to have this summer. Plus my sis said she wants to take me to Maine for my birthday next year. That should be fun. But as soon as I get back, I just might follow through with this idea. I found a breeder who also wants to spread knowledge of this breed. She's only 15! But she seems very smart and knows what she is doing. She's breeding for the betterment of the breed. That's good. If we are going to revive this breed, we need to begin with top-notch stock. I told her in one post I would start right away, but then I remembered the surgery and the trip. I have to wait until I complete those 2 things before I can even think of getting another dog. The surgery is going to be especially hard on me. I'm going to be down for a couple months. I'm not going to be able to take care of puppies then. But next year, after my trip, for sure I'll be looking into getting one. Then showing and breeding down the line.