Sunday, August 26, 2007

The Joys of NYC continued

I want to thank the annonymous commenter who alerted me to the return of my favorite section of the departed John Batchelor show. Loftus shamed the US government into acting against terrorist Professor Sammy Al Arian. Loftus is a premier intelligence analyst and I wish I could locate his cross examination of Joe Wilson on the John Batchelor show. Wilson was revealed to be an incometant fool over his head by Loftus and Alexander.

I also want to talk about street food. In NYC ethnic food is fairly common. One may even find ethnic food on the sidewalk sold by street vendors. Few of you likely know what Falafel, Shwarma and Gyros are. However, they can be found on the local streets.

Half price copies of best sellers can also be found on the streets downtown. The international news stands bring magazines and papers from all over the world. One may find obscure titles like Military History Quarterly and Practical Fishkeeping magazine from the UK on the stands.

The best part about NYC is the non stop energy and vitality of its residents. Sadly we are plauged with an abundance of Moonbats who belong in Cuba. There is no shortage of anti-semitic moonbats in NYC. Word of advice to John Brown. Commies have been known to rat each other out for a 20 or a block of Velveta. As most of the lice ridden Commies and anarchists are unemployable they are often in need of consumer products and cash. It seems that there are laws against knowingly falsely calling people pedophiles. Moreover, you were stupid enough to send comments admitting malice.

I look foward to visiting the Bronx Zoo when the long awaited Madagascar exhibit ends. I look foward to Chinatown, Jamaica and Arthur Avenue for some ethnic flavor. I look foward to the adventure around every corner. I also look forward to visiting the beloved Rav Roov for whom this blog is named.

There seems to be an irony of my return at the close of the summer tourist season. Ducks still migrate but in NYC the dreaded Canda Goose stays 24/7. The leaves are starting to turn into fall foliage colors. However, I will be at home on concrette canyons and tunels.

I await my next adventure in Bruswick GA, Lees Summit and either Houston or San Diego. I will take a few days to visit Lurray Caverns and drive through Tenesse . My seven week stay in Brunswick includes a 100 mile restriction that I find annoying. I would like to have visited Sea World or Atlanta that are beyond the limits.

Maybe on my way from GA to KS I can stop in Oklahoma City and visit with Dr Yeagley and see
the memorial at the former Federal Building. I have always wanted to see Oklahoma and Texas.
I am hoping the final stop is Houston and not San Diego. I will be driving back to NYC from either destination. If I am in San Diego I will make a detour to the Grand Canyon.

I have been on all of the states on the Eastern seabord and briefly in Ohio, Wisconsin and Illinois. However, I have not visited wide swaths of the country.

Now onto sad news Rav Roovs daughter will likely have a small celebration in Israel. Due to the stringent restrictions I will not accompany the rest of my family. Travel to Israel could create problems at my job so I have to remain at home. I will restrict my travel to the USA to avoid issues that are potentially serious at work.

Beamish in 08

And now a clip from the new film the return of the Lone Ranger.

Victim 1; Oh no it is bug eyed Commies and blood crazed comies run amok. They are preparing to burn copies of the Constitution and the American Flag.
Person 2: There are two odd figures approaching. One on a white horse and the other on a mule.

Commie: You cheap consumer pitchmen will not foil our plans to desecrate sacred symbols.
Mr B: Beakerambo you know what to do.
Beakeramo: Meme Meep oops
Mr B: Beakerambo you took out the wrong items. A disco ball and whipped cream.
Jihadi: Oh no it is a gay pride parade coming to ruin our anti American hate fest. They are breaking out into Village People songs it is haram.
Mr B: It is time to open a can of whoop ass.
Jihadis: We are trapped between a relentless Capitalist American hero and an army of homosexuals. We must run and fight again another day.

Person One: Look at those heroes kick commie butt.
Mr B: The symbols of Americana are safe from Commie desecration and the Jihadis have fled. Beakerambo stop singing YMCA. Another victory for the forces of good.

Person One: Who was that Gas Masked man.
Person Two: It was the new Modern Lone Army Ranger with his steroid abusing incoherent side kick Beakerambo....
Person One: And we didn't even thank them.
Beakerambo: Me meee meep buy the lunch boxes meeee meep.

Coming this Christmas to a theatre near you.

18 comments:

nanc said...

geez - if you get to san diego - you should go see fern! now, there's someone i would throw rocks at the rest of you to meet!

san diego is my hometown.

beamish birthday party at curtains.

<*:]

The Merry Widow said...

ROTFLOL!
If you go to Texas, make a detour to Missouri and visit the redoubtable Mr. B.!
I'm sorry your neice's celebration will be Beakerless, have them take lots of video and pictures! Hey, if they have camera phones...
Good morning, G*D bless and Maranatha!

tmw
Have them bring you a baggie of dirt...

beakerkin said...

I will be passing by in my travels.

Farmer John said...

A baggie of dirt? Earth for tribute? This is Sparta!

Farmer John said...

A bag of cookies be better that dirt!

The Merry Widow said...

This dirt is from the Holy Land, and there is no tribute, only love!

tmw

Farmer John said...

Oh. I assumed the dirt was coming from San Diego, Texas or MO... not beak's vacationing relatives. My bad.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Beak,

That movie idea is weird. LOL!

Always On Watch said...

Beak,
I will take a few days to visit Lurray Caverns

I'll be interested in your reaction to Luray Caverns.

Adjacent to the caverns is an excellent car museum.

The town (on a different road) is quite a tourist attraction as well.

Luray is less than two hours from me, and I always take out-of-town guests there. Visitors from California are astounded at the formations in the caverns.

Have you ever before been inside a limestone cave?

beakerkin said...

AOW

I have been in Howe Caverns, But Lurray is bigger. I will dive down to GA off the seaboard,

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Missouri is cave country.

nanc said...

arkansas is cave country.

Mr. Beamish the Kakistocrat said...

Oh no, this is the Arkansas / Missouri cave wars!

Jesse James hid in on of our caves, so nyah!

FLORIAN said...

Atlanta is ok Beak...I'd be happy to point some great places out for you if you're interested. Never been to Brunswick though--heard it's fun. There's tons to do down there.

nanc said...

i've hid in one of the arkansas caves...

<*8]

sonia said...

Few of you likely know what Falafel, Shwarma and Gyros are.

Not likely. I bet your readers eat more falafels than apple pies...

PelaLusa said...

Greetings from Vancouver, BC. You have no idea what an incredible surprise and joy it was to hear my #1 FAVOURITE radio host, John Batchelor, return to the airwaves tonight! At first I thought I was dreaming, but alas, I was not. And it was much more enjoyable than Drudge's show, which tends to be repetitive, gossipy, and not that informative. John Batchelor's discussions are real and engaging, which is quite a bit different from most popular radio show hosts except for newcomer, Dennis Miller. It was a great 3.5 hours and I do hope that Batchelor will be back more frequently in the year leading up to the 2008 U.S. election.

Anonymous said...

John Batchelor is coming back to WABC