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Monday, October 5, 2009

Forget the Score … The ROCK of the week … NFL Roundup … Cheaterface Nation … Pariah … Monday Night Rock … Happy GOPers and the like …and the DOC says

Amici:

Forget the score ... look at the time of possession: Miami Dolphinations 37:09 vs. my beloved New York State Buffalo Bills 22:51 = +14:58 (for Miami). The fugazy fish ran 15 more offensive plays than us and they ran the ball down our throats (so it didn’t matter that they were using a second string QB). The Wildcat vs. the No Huddle/No Win. One gimmick vs. another; you tell me which gimmick worked better?

And don’t forget it was 90 degrees and humid in South America yesterday (where they played in a home field advantage situation for the Miamians as opposed to what our genius organization did when we had the fish up in Buffalo last year in December – our genius organization played the game in a focking DOME in Toronto!)

Coach Imbecile’s (check out the link) game plan: Let’s do this, guys, run the no huddle/no win for as long as we can and see if we can’t leave our defense out there to die yet AGAIN. Now you know why I say my beloved New York state Buffalo Bills are the dumbest organization in sport and dumber than the wood my DWs are made from. What a bad joke this season is going to be.

Now let’s look at all the offensive points our no huddle/no win scored ... this week 10, last week 7. Oh, yeah, our juggernaut no huddle/no win offense continues to fly.

Please fire Coach Imbecile ... pretty please?


The Rock of the Week ... Hey, I’m 0-4. What else can I call it? If you took the Bengalis and laid the points ... you LOST.

DOC, of course, going the other way, won again (which is why he’s paying for drinks the next gathering at Muldoon’s in New York (where they maintain a year round 97 degree Fahrenheit atmosphere and where extra sweaters can be rented upon request on a first ask, first serve basis).


NFL Roundup ...

Moonachie II (Blue) continues to roll in a sleeper over the Chefs from the Midwest ...

The Skinless win one over the Buck Stops in Tampa ... Zorn lives another day.

Tennessee Tuxedos have folded their tent for now but will be back ...


The Cheaterfaces find a way to bribe officials and get the most fugazy roughing the pink panty wearing passer penalty in the history of the NFL and thus win one over the Wes Cravens ... it was yet another Kraft/Cheaterface induced "girlie man" (not that that makes it a bad thing) moment Ms. Brady cashed in on.

The Y-E-T-S, Yets, Yets, Yets come down to earth ... or their offense does. Their defense is fine. The Aints can now be rated as a good team (nothing near great yet).

The Bearless over the Lionesses ... yeah, so?

The Coltless crush the Sea Pigeons ... this might mean something considering how young the Coltless are. Payton Manning is proving himself all over again.

The Rangers over the Raiderettes ... and your point is?

The San Fernando Forty-Fives destroy the St. Louis Blues ... what happens when you put a football team coached by the next coaching legend against a hockey team ...

The Cowgirls take that next step toward retiring fatty Wade Phillips ... and the Broncettes start to look for real.

The Iron Ores almost blow it against the WTF happened to LT and his Chargerless ...


Cheaterface Nation ... I don’t know about yous but those cheaterfaces up in New England really tick me off ... one week after the Prime of Ms. Tom Brady wears his pink panties to practice and coach Cheaterface donates Krugerands to the officials so those pink panties aren’t soiled, they luck out against a much better football team (the Wes Cravens). It’s bad enough their baseball team has folded for yet another 100 year break from world series play (and the fact they only got there with a steroid (David Ortiz) pumped lineup), but now their fans are all delusional again and think the Cheaterfaces football version is back.

“Ha!” we say at Knucksline. (Double Ha) “Ha, ha!”


Pariah ... One of the Cheaterface Nation’s most ardent fans, author David Zeltserman, is one such delusional soul. He’s also into karate and may have been kicked in the head a dozen or so too many times because he thinks the Cheaterfaces are back on a roll. We think he’s confusing his own roll with his beloved Cheaterfaces. Zeltserman, a crime writer from bean town, has had a few back to back hits. We reviewed one hear, Pariah. Check out our review at amazon. A quick summary of our review: “For those who prefer the darker slice of life, Pariah will keep you glued to its pages. The chain reaction of Kyle Nevin's release from prison on the world around him is the stuff of nuclear explosions. Violent, sexual and relentless, there are no holds barred anywhere in this wonderful launch into evil. The meek beware ... be-very-ware.”


Monday Night Rock ... oy-vey, decisions, decisions ... we like Rodgers on the Packerless but not in the homer dome ... take the favre bean heads and prepare yourselves for a night of passing wind ... The Domed Ones run the ball better than the Packerless Cheeseheads ... Favre bean heads run to victory, 31-24.


Happy GOPers and the like ... lunatics in the Republican Party happy over President Obama’s failure to hawk Chicago in Copenhagen are sounding pretty ugly right now and David Brooks wrote a very good piece in the NY Times last week about just how ineffective morons like Glenn Beck & Rush Limbaugh ultimately are. Brooks points to how they vilified John McCain prior to the South Carolina Republican primary because McCain wasn’t conservative enough. Yet, for all of Glenn (what a dick) Beck’s crying on the air and blowhard Limbaugh’s carnival barking over the airwaves, McCain not only won South Carolina, he was the party nominee. Now, I’m more concerned the guy so far hasn’t done squat as President and doesn’t seem close to getting anything done, but I warn my conservative friends (pay attention DOC) that that kind of nonsense (rooting for failure) will only guarantee the guy you hate so much has a cakewalk election in 2012. Independents are not going to be charmed by the likes of assholes like Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh.

Now, on the other side of the coin, so-called liberal democrats getting their panties in a bunch over the likes of Limbaugh and Beck, take a timeout. It’s not like the Olympics are more important than National Health Care. My suggestion to you geniuses is to ignore the hate mongers on the right and focus on your party and its inability to get a single focking thing done since it has an absolute Senate majority, the House of Reps and the White House. I mean, WTF? Are you people kidding me? It’s your party that is killing health care reform. It’s your President that supports the war in Afghanistan. It’s your party that hasn’t passed a single focking regulation OVERSIGHT bill (where's Barney Frank been hiding?) to regulate the industry that brought our economy (and all of us) to our knees. I read liberal blogs and shake my head. Talk about denial; they are nothing but hysterical rants about absolute nonsense. What has pointing out the fact that Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh are dicks done for you lately? Has your party passed national health care and just hid it from everybody? Think about it.

Of course all of us (300,000,000+ Americans) wouldn’t have to worry about most of this bullshit if we voted Ralph Nader and his party into office (why not give somebody who actually isn’t afraid of political polling and has ZERO ties to big business and/or special interests?). But so-called liberal Democrats insist a vote for Nader is a vote for the Republicans. And Republicans insist a vote for Ron Paul is a vote for the Democrats. Well, so long as either side shits their pants worrying about their party losing, one of the two major parties (already proven fockups) is guaranteed a win.

Come on already, America ... leave the decaf in the pot and drink the regular stuff. Vote anything but either major party. They’re both as useless as tits on a bull.


—Knucks


And the DOC says ...

Good grief, Chaz,

You have to know that when you start talking football, eyes start glazing all over the world and fingers start fumbling for the scroll wheel. And stop with the nicknames. We don't know football and judging by your locks of the week neither do you. Now I have to do all sorts of Google searches to figure out the Favre Beans, The Domed Ones, yada-yada-yada.

Here is the deal: You give us the Lock of the Week, I bet against you, I make another payment on the Maserati... Simple.

Now for the good part. You are chiming in with the New York Times article about how ineffectual Glenn Beck and Rush Limbaugh are. The aforementioned article catalogs their supposed mistakes in the 2006-2007 campaign. Now, excuse me Doctor Insightful, but isn't the purpose of a newspaper to write about things that happened today, maybe yesterday at the most?

Isn't this the paper that totally overlooked the Van Jones boondoggle until 2 days after he had resigned. The same paper that ignored that whole ACORN tax advice for brothels fiasco. The same paper that lost one of their top reporters because of a Journalistic Faux Pas. (For the uninitiated, that means he was making the shit up). The same paper that had Mark Levin's book as #1 on their bestseller list all summer. It sold over a million copies and they still haven't reviewed it.

When Cindy Sheehan was camped out in front of Bush's ranch it was on the front page of the NYT every day. She did the same thing the last time the Bamster went on vacation. Did anyone hear about it from the NYT??? The NYT should not be critical of Beck and Rush, because they created them.

But it all works out in the end. The NYT will continue to be touted as the newspaper of record by 157 liberal, elitist, panty-wearing snobs and 1 musclehead author from Joizee while Beck and Rush will continue to inform and entertain about 3 million people per day.

The NYT says Rush confused listeners with voters. The NYT has confused people who use their paper for quotes with people who will actually buy it. And who do you think will tell you when the Obama tries to bailout the newspapers? And you know he will because he owes them big time and Fredo pays his debts.

Have a nice day, Buddy-Boy
Doc