About Me

Filed under: ; Author: Dennis; Posted: September 25, 2006 at 7:37 pm;

Jeneral Junk

You're damned right I do

Name: Dennis
Age: pushing 40; not pulling it!
: London, Ontario
Politics: right-wing nutjob
Religion: Catholic
Marital Status: shaken, not stirred
Music: Stompin’ Tom, AC/DC, Johnny Cash, Paul Brandt
Books: George Orwell, Stephen King, Terry Brooks
Food: meatloaf, lasagne, napalm chili, Thumper, Bambi’s mom, Bullwinkle

Four immutable laws of human nature (whether you like them or not):

  1. Those who spend their own money on themselves
    are concerned with price and quality.
  2. Those who spend their own money on others
    are concerned with price but not quality.
  3. Those who spend others money on themselves
    are concerned with quality but not price.
  4. Those who spend others money on others
    are concerned with neither quality nor price.

Favourite ‘Toons:


COX & FORKUM (before they packed it in…)

Cox & Forkum

Thomas Boldt

More Stuff:

I have a cat. His name is Bishop (named after this guy). This is Bishop when he was still cute:

Hitchin' a ride

Yes, he’s hitching a ride in my pocket. The problem with cats is that they don’t stay cute; they get bigger and end up getting into trouble. Bird? What bird?

Bird? WHAT bird???


  1. Comment by John Crow July 30, 2007 @ 4:51 pm

    So glad to have found your site. I did not realize that I am right wing.
    I much prefer ‘patriot’. I particularly appreciated your comments in “The Idiots Arrive”. KEEP TELLIN’ IT LIKE IT IS BROTHER!

  2. Comment by Neil O. August 29, 2007 @ 10:24 am

    Thought you might enjoy this one…hope you haven’t already seen it. N.

  3. Comment by Neil O. August 29, 2007 @ 10:27 am

    1. They die eventually.

  4. Comment by Ross March 13, 2008 @ 1:38 am

    Good stuff! As an expat Canuck in Jakarta with a real Red Ensign aloft, I shall tune in more often, okay!

  5. Comment by norm November 19, 2008 @ 9:32 am

    I don’t know what you are doing in Canada buddy, brain-dead turds like you belong in Texas. You are exactly the type of man to end up murdered by his own children, no wonder you’re so against the youth crime act. Oh wait, no woman would procreate with you. No kids. That explains your anger at the world! Now stick your long gun up your anus and dream of harper.

  6. Comment by norm November 19, 2008 @ 9:34 am

    Dear reader, do you notice how right-wing cowards are so afraid to post their last name or even an email address to contact them? If anybody can post this guys last name I bet we’ll discover he’s a got a criminal rap sheet longer than his favorite rifle.

  7. Comment by Dennis November 19, 2008 @ 11:57 am

    Funny; other folks manage to find me. Must just be you. 😛

  8. Comment by Jeremy Swanson December 6, 2008 @ 9:33 am

    Love your work Dennis. Love your politics, thinking and attitude more. I distributed your blogpost on the ‘Montreal-Massacre-Blame-Men- Eternally-and-make-money-doing-it issue, The ‘constituency’ loved it.
    I need your email address (and your name) to get you on to my media list. I only have three other bloggers on that list. I want you on. Reply on email to ottawaoffice@fatherscan.com
    Gotta Run. Rally on the Hill.



  9. Comment by Jeremy Swanson December 6, 2008 @ 9:59 am

    Fed on myths, preying on men
    Barbara Kay, National Post
    Published: Saturday, December 06, 2008


    November was Domestic Violence Awareness month. Truth in advertising suggests it should be Y-Chromosome Apartheid Month. Far from promoting “awareness” of a social problem or remedies for men and women with anger issues, the month is basically a radical feminist war dance around the Original Sin of maleness, cheered on by “progressive” media sympathizers.

    The annual verbal pogrom will find its apotheosis in to-day’s 19th observance of the Montreal Massacre anniversary, our domestic violence industry’s shrine to feminism’s Big Lie of male unilateralism in domestic violence.

    It’s awkward that the Dec. 6, 1989 massacre of 14 women at Ecole Polytechnique in Montreal — unlike ritual wartime massacres of men and boys, such as the 8,000-death horror of Srebrenica — remains a freak one-off in the West, perpetrated by a lone sociopath, with neither prequel nor sequel to suggest a pattern. But emotion, not reason or facts, drives the Domestic Violence industry.

    The truth is that the more precisely identified phenomenon of “intimate partner violence” (IPV) in Western culture is gender neutral, an acting out of psychological problems around intimacy that afflict men and women alike. IPV is initiated by both sexes in about equal proportions. Self-defence is rarely the motive for women’s violence against men. Literally hundreds of peer-reviewed, community-based studies, including StatsCan’s, confirm this. But they don’t reach the public. (Under pressure from feminist organizations, for example, a Quebec health agency recently sequestered a commissioned psychosocial study showing men and women are equally culpable for IPV.)

    But most damaging is the suppressed fact that even bilateral IPV in general is a relative rarity in our culture. A woman is more likely to be struck by lightning than killed by her spouse. IPV simply isn’t the systemic epidemic that hysteria-mongering feminist organizations so shamelessly project.

    Since 1980, the Quebec government has sanctioned the “fact” that 250,000-300,000 women over the age of 15 suffer IPV from their partners or husbands annually. Actually, about 14,000 Quebec women and 2,500 men annually report themselves victims of conjugal violence. Allegations deemed worthy of trial, however, are dramatically fewer in number.

    Recently, the Quebec government abruptly withdrew its wildly conjectural 300,000 figure from Google-accessible circulation, after a pertinacious group of independent researchers demanded to know its source through the Access to Information Act. There was no source, of course. Yet financial allocations remain pegged to the mythical 300,000 and are exclusively awarded to women’s projects.

    This year, the Quebec Auditor-General’s report focused an accusatory light on fiscal profligacy and lack of oversight in the women’s abuse industry. Grants to abuse-related women’s projects have soared from $30-million in 2002-2003 to $60-million in 2007-08. One six-bed shelter’s grants in that period bounced from $58,832 to $406,817, even though the shelter only served nine women throughout 2006-07.

    Almost half a million dollars to house nine women? Yet a bamboozled public believes thousands upon thousands of battered women are seeking refuge.

    Reality just doesn’t jibe with that picture. In 2004, the Yellow Brick House, an Aurora, Ont., shelter closed during a labour dispute. It emerged that of the eight women and three children residing there, only one woman was fleeing abuse. The others were homeless.

    Exceptions, believers will say. Everyone “knows” violence against women is epidemic.

    Really? Edmonton Police Service reports from 1999-2000 indicate the police responded to 3,000 domestic incidents. They referred exactly 24 women–less than 1% — to shelters.

    That 1% figure recurs again and again. The co-ordinator of Cornwall Commmunity Hospital’s Assault and Sexual Abuse Program in Cornwall, Ont., claims that “17-30% of all women treated in hospital emergency departments are victims of domestic violence.” Reality check: Her own hospital’s screening for abuse of 157,000 in-patients turned up only 150 IPV-related injuries (both sexes).

    I’ll conclude with the words of a former batterer, Linda Kinsella. When her unprovoked anger turned to rage, Kinsella used to scapegoat her disabled husband by tipping over his wheelchair and otherwise abusing him. Adding to his nightmare, the police (typically, stupidly) arrested him when called to the scene.

    Therapy for Linda saved their marriage. A repentant Kinsella asks: “If women are able to do all the good things that men can do in [the] professions … then why [do] we, as a society, deny that women can do the bad too? It is my fondest hope that someday there will be true equality in our society and that domestic violence will be seen not as a gender issue but as a societal one that will end when we work together to stop it.”

    Amen, brothers and sisters.


  10. Comment by allan chinnery December 6, 2008 @ 1:06 pm

    jermey swanson sent me your web address. I think your nuts, however thats not a bad thing, it just takes me a while to keep up. Im living in excile in france to excape the femminists inquisition. Most Canjadian Christens think Im nuts too cause inquisitions are illegal. Anyway thanks for the smiles

  11. Comment by allan chinnery December 6, 2008 @ 1:22 pm

    storm the bastile
    free the prisonners
    burn the records
    librety equallity fraternity-and you should see how meney guns these guys have.
    is there a corlolation here? These guys, all colours and all sizes know there rights and responsibilities and yes tolerance freedom is absolutly nessary for peace, good government and a low crime rate, cause baby these guys got it.

  12. Comment by miss tachae December 8, 2008 @ 1:14 pm

    I have to love the ‘Top 10 Good Things About Liberals’ joke… keep up the good blogging work. Love the kitty. He looks devious.

  13. Comment by Mike April 1, 2012 @ 3:41 pm

    The far right is to quiet in canada. There needs to be a voice of reason

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