Ahoy there skipper!

nice beard

In Sweden it is a bit of a custom for the groom
to be kidnapped and whisked off somewhere
for his stag night, which usually lasts all day
and all night rather than the typical stag night
where you all arrange it beforehand go out get
drunk and hire a stripper.

The Swedes do it different. The groom has no
idea until he gets nabbed. He might be
dressed up in something crazy… and go do
something funny…and then the fun starts!

This particular guy is a keen sailor and when
he was kidnapped for his stag night they
glued a false “skippers-beard” on him and
put him at the helm of a 60-foot yacht and let
him be skipper for the day…

Much beer and fine food was consumed. But
nothing… nasty happened to him at all…

In the evening when they got back on land
and were getting cleaned up for the night club…
they all had a sauna as is customary in Sweden….

Imagine the groom’s horror when he walked
into the sauna where his naked buddies were
waiting for him and then to notice that best mate
number one had no pubic hair …

Neither did friend two …

Nor three …

Or four…

Now check out that false beard again…

via xposed men’s magazine

Justice Souter and emanant domain

On Monday June 27, Logan Darrow Clements, faxed a request to
Chip Meany the code enforcement officer of the Towne of Weare,
New Hampshire seeking to start the application process to build a
hotel on 34 Cilley Hill Road. This is the present location of Justice
David H. Souter’s home.

Justice Souter’s vote in the “Kelo vs. City of New London” decision
allows city governments to take land from one private owner and
give it to another if the government will generate greater tax revenue
or other economic benefits when the land is developed by the new

The proposed development, called “The Lost Liberty Hotel” will
feature the “Just Desserts Café” and include a museum, open to the
public, featuring a permanent exhibit on the loss of freedom in America.
Instead of a Gideon’s Bible each guest will receive a free copy of
Ayn Rand’s novel “Atlas Shrugged.”

Now we here at admit-one are liking this. Any bets that Souter will
lose his home to the new law? Please read the whole article, it’s
not very long, honest.

Hotel Lost Liberty


Back from a long weekend

Some good friends and I had a terrific time at
this years ARRL Field Day event. We camped
at about 8000 feet in our local mountains. We
dined on gourmet burgers and killer breakfasts.
We even fed a local black bear. That was an
experience. We hung antennas and we talked
to alot of people across the country and Canada.
This year was one of the best Field Days we’ve
had and I’m looking forward to the next one in
twelve months. I will post a link to some pictures
of our Field day and campground soon.

It was a lot of fun but I’m glad to be back with
my wife and family.


Amateur Radio Field Day – 2005

get on the air - Field Day

Once a year, across this great nation of ours,
Hams (Amateur Radio operators), assemble
in various and diverse locations across the
country to participate in an event known as
Amateur Radio Field Day. AR Field Day is a
sort of test. A test to check our preparedness
in being able to set up and operate an emergency
radio station in case of any sort of disaster.
In case of a disaster, Hams will do this for real
to aid and assist in rescue and welfare efforts
that our emergency services will be providing
the communities. When telephone and cell
phones are down or destroyed, Amateur Radio
will be there to link areas to one another and
provide vital communications 24 hours a day,
seven days a week until order can be restored.
This is why Amateur radio is called a service
and to use it, one must be licensed and show
proficiency in its use.
If you see an Amateur Radio group participating
in Field Day this weekend, take the time to stop
by and say hello. They may even let you GOTA!
(Get On The Air). Field Day is June 25th and 26th.


I won’t be home until Sunday… See you then.

eBay item 4555387643 (Ended Jun-18-05 11:59:03 PDT)

drive in style

This Jet Limo, built on the chassis of a Mercedes bus with
Turbo engine, is majestically decorated. Next to the cockpit,
it has 2 living rooms, a bar, a bedroom with a heart shaped
bed, a bathroom and much more. The main TV is a 52” screen,
and the sound system comes with a fog machine and a laser
light show. It can accommodate 30 to 50 people. It is legally
drivable in the streets and can cruise on freeways at the speed
of a regular car.

No one bit on this puppy. May be next time.