We the sensible people of the United States, in an attempt to help everyone get along, restore some semblance of justice, avoid more riots, keep our nation safe, promote positive behavior, and secure the blessings of debt-free liberty to ourselves and our great-great-great-grandchildren, hereby try one more time to ordain and establish some common sense guidelines for the terminally whiny, guilt ridden, delusional.

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that a whole lot of people are confused by the Bill of Rights and are so dim they require a Bill of NON-Rights.


You do not have the right to a new car, big screen TV, or any other form of wealth. More power to you if you can legally acquire them, but no one is guaranteeing anything.


I’ve been spending a lot of time reading the constitution lately, and some of the court cases that have happened since the founding of America. The one thing we all seem to over look is the fact the first amendment is only for the Federal Government, and not the individual States.

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

See the first word there, Congress? Well, that’s the United States congress; not Florida state or any other state you happen to live in.

Although, luckily, the courts decided to broadly interpret the words of Thomas Jefferson as basis for saying the first amendment affects States as well. I wonder if the Judge knew that Thomas Jefferson didn’t even sign the constitution? Thomas Jefferson may have been involved in the American Revolution, but he wasn’t in town when the constitution was signed.


Okay, last one for this week. Well maybe. So my friend Michelle Noctor has been checking her search rankings for her name daily. I told her she’s going to go insane checking her results daily, but she’s a woman, and they never listen ;) lol I kid, I kid, I joking with you =) But seriously, don’t check your rankings all day or you’ll go insane.

Why post again?

I saw that Michelle Noctor Email was another term that people are searching for. Wonder who’s stalking Michelle Noctor? Anyway, this blog post is to rank (at least temporarily) for Michelle Noctor Email.



Let’s go with one more blog post about Michelle Noctor, my friend that wants to control her Internet reputation. She is a therapist as well. People might search for that. Thought I’d add it, even though I’m just going to be rambling on and on about – nothing.

What is Michelle Noctor good at?

She’s a fun person. Friendly with everyone. Always seems to have a good time when she goes out. In a professional way of course.

Is Michelle Noctor Professional?

So far, yes. She’s worked on a few things for me and my business.



I have a friend named Michelle Noctor. She lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. Well, around that area. I’m not sure on the exact city because I’m a guy and I will never remember that stuff. She recently asked me to look into her internet reputation and to see how much it will cost to clear it up. Not that she has a bad internet reputation, but that, well, in this day and age you need to keep an eye on it.

What did Michelle Noctor’s Internet reputation look like?

She didn’t really have one. Besides the usual pages, like Facebook or Twitter. There was just a whole bunch of nothing. I suggested that she start blogging.



My water bill isn’t too bad, even with a pool. I don’t water the grass because it rains so much =) But with the shortage of water in California, not because of the drought, but because of the increase in population size and businesses using the water, it got me to thinking. How can I use less water?

Here are some of my thoughts:

  • Sensor to automatically shut off water when I’m washing my hands or dishes.
  • Timer for the shower to let me know how long I’m taking, and keep stats on previous shower times (day of week, etc).
  • Low flow water heads in every shower.
  • Don’t flush the toilet as much (you know the saying).
  • Put a half gallon jug (from old milk) and fill it with sand to displace the half gallon of water.
  • Use dehumidified water for watering the grass. I live in Florida, it gets humid so I waste electricity (that’s another story).
  • Use AC water that usually drains into the dirt for the pool & grass (if needed).
  • Collect gray water (rain water).

This is merely a brainstorm, and there are other ways I’m sure to save on water. But these are very cost effective solutions, aren’t they?

It would be amazing if Amazon could come up with a way to follow reviewers on their site. I have no idea if this is current functionality, as it is not easy to figure out.

But here are the two types of follower groups I’d like added:

  • Follow Reviewers you trust
  • Flag Fishy Reviewers – reviewers you think might be SPAM from the product owner

Follow Reviewers you trust

By having a follower I trust highlighted or at the top of the product page when I’m on Amazon, I’m able to make a faster decision. This is a little different than having a Facebook friend show up on the product page because my Facebook friends aren’t as likely┬áto purchase a product I may purchase, but someone that I follow based on their purchasing decisions, would help me decide to buy faster.

Flag Fishy Reviewers

Flagging and highlighting reviewers that I feel are fishy helps me ignore a product that I’m likely to hate. Why should I have to buy a product if it’s not good, or a product I’m likely to hate? CONTINUE READING

I listen to conservative radio while I’m at work; what I find on iHeart or The Blaze Radio (more ┬áspecifically – Glenn Beck). You know what I hear most? Defund the GOP? Oh those Tea Partiers are nut cases. I’m not Republican, I’m Conservative. Bullshit! You’re a Republican. You need to start acting like a damn Republican.

There is no reason to divide, and all the more reason to find similarities between the subsets of the REPUBLICAN Party. GOP is what? It’s another name for the Republican party, but used to target the establishment Republicans. Conservatives seem to be the goto Republican name when you’re not a big government fool, and not into Anarchy. Tea Partiers are Republicans, just a little less than a GOP. ┬áLibertarians seem to have their own party, but for major races, they’re Republicans.

What do all these subsets have in common? They vote Republican! Why feed the dumb-ass Democrats with ammunition to talk badly about good policy?

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