Saturday, June 27, 2015

The Return of the Great Gasmasked Philosopher Patriot

We welcome the return of the great philosopher Mr Beamish. We enjoy the mixture of Conservatism and fun the Gas Masked one brings to the Blog. Recently even the Duck seems to be slowly evolving in a Beamish acolyte when he was concerned my immigrant family may be receiving government benefits. The Duck only extends his new found Beamish philosophy to my family, not the general public.

When the great patriot left I was not a hard core family man. I spent my morning with the ever curious Cheekie who enjoys the odd items in my daily life. Her latest discovery was she loves cashews. I had a bag around and Cheekie decided she likes unsalted cashews. Cheekie is not the easiest kid but I adore her curious fiesty nature. She also likes to feed the dog. My first task when I return home is to feed Rex. Rex tends to follow me around in the yard or
Back alley. If I am sleeping on the patio or snacking he is nearby. The dog and I are the only ones not eating Indian food.

I am still at the same job when the patriot left. Now I do citizenship and mentor other officers.

12 comments:

Ducky's here said...

If I were you, I'd worry about the kid's education and read with her rather than indulging here.

Growing up in a family with minimal employment history is going to make a decent education mandatory.

beakerkin said...

Minimal employment, is this the term lefties use to describe the unwashed masses. Cheekie is a normal kid from a hard working family not inclined towards books. Lefties fetishize working class people they know little about.

Working class people want a slice of the pie and an opportunity to work. As higher education becomes prohibitively expensive so will upward mobility. Of course lazy Marxist political hack featherbeding at our Universities
has nothing to do with higher Ed costs.

The possibilities are unknown for Cheekie. What is known is your contempt for ordinary working class people. A toddler learning about cashews and playing with silly putty is a wholesome part of life.

There is joy and love in the home between a man, his Maltese and his extended family. Of course if you ditched Marx for Beamish you might understand Americanism trumps death cults.

Always On Watch said...

Beamish visited my blog, too! I am glad to know that he's okay.

beamish said...

Well, don't get all group huggie on me. LOL

When I packed up and left blogging, circa November 2012, I had pretty much renounced the Republican Party and ventured off into the wilderness to become a cynical old anti-government anarcho-libertarian... A place where intelligent people of both left and right leanings can argue dialectics over improvised weapon designs. Just kidding. I just tired of the noise, really. I've mellowed out, I guess. Keeping my head down, fitting in, and disappearing like lines in Tetris. No fanfare, please. I just stopped by to see the old haunts...

beakerkin said...

You were missed. I think the Duck is slowly ditching Marx for Beamishism. His Beamishism only goes as far as my immediate family. I did tell him ditching Marx for Beamish would be an improvement.

beamish said...

Well, remember my slogan, vote Beamish in '08 or go screw yourself. America chose to screw itself. ;)

beakerkin said...

Now the question inevitably turns to the Rams. They traded an injury prone high talent type for a less talented healthier QB. They appear to have a top notch defense. Ground Nd Pound like the old Giants teams.

There is also LA talk. Are you fed up enough to want an expansion team.

beamish said...

Seriously though, I think St. Louis should tell Kroenke that rent at the Dome is 4 Billion per game or he can host Rams games in his ass.

beamish said...

If Foles can survive against 6 NFC West Defenses a year winning 4 or 5 games against mediocre teams like the Donkos and Cheatriots will be a cakewalk in the playoffs

beamish said...

Yes, that means Super Bowl :)

beakerkin said...

Expansion team time

beamish said...

STL is building a stadium, either the Rams will go there, or another team (Jaguars?) If the Rams move I'll become a 49ers fan. My cousin's adopted son is starting on the Niners defense this year, and he almost broke Jay Cutler in half last year ;)