Monthly Archives: July 2010

Chinese Menus Everywhere

Have you ever noticed just how many chinese food menus appear at your front door in one weekend?  Well, we have a continual problem with these menus.  On most weekends we find 2-3 menus in just one day.  The second worst part is that they aren’t for any of the restaurants that we like.  The worst part is that they just cram them between your doors, and they tend to fall all over the place.  They need to make these menus into door hangers.  This would be neat, and environmentally friendly.

Check Out This Obama Info

This was sent to me by someone that sends me stuff from time to time… Check this out.


It is not Obama’s citizenship that is being questioned. The opinion that will be reviewed by the Supreme Court is the definition of Naturalized Citizen versus Natural Born Citizen, and how it is applied to a person’s eligibility to hold public office.


In a move certain to fuel the debate over Obama’s qualifications for the presidency, the group “Americans for Freedom of Information” has released copies of President Obama’s college transcripts from Occidental College. Released today, the transcript school indicates that Obama, under the name Barry Soetoro, received financial aid as a foreign student from Indonesia as an undergraduate. The transcript was released by Occidental College in compliance with a court order in a suit brought by the group in the Superior Court of California. The transcript shows that Obama (Soetoro) applied for financial aid and was awarded a fellowship for foreign students from the Fulbright Foundation Scholarship program. To qualify for the scholarship, a student must claim foreign citizenship.

This document would seem to provide the smoking gun that many of Obama’s detractors have been seeking. Along with the evidence that he was first born in Kenya and there is no record of him ever applying for US citizenship, this is looking pretty grim. The news has created a firestorm at the White House as the release casts increasing doubt about Obama’s legitimacy and qualification to serve as President, article titled, “Obama Eligibility Questioned,” leading some to speculate that the story may overshadow economic issues on Obama’s visit to the U.K.

In a related matter, under growing pressure from several groups, Justice Antonin Scalia announced that the Supreme Court agreed on Tuesday to hear arguments concerning Obama’s legal eligibility to serve as President in a case brought by Leo Donofrio of New Jersey . This lawsuit claims Obama’s dual citizenship disqualified him from serving as president. Donofrio’s case is just one of 18 suits brought by citizens demanding proof of Obama’s citizenship or qualification to serve as president.

Gary Kreep of the United States Justice Foundation has released the results of their investigation of Obama’s campaign spending. This study estimates that Obama has spent upwards of $950,000 in campaign funds in the past year with eleven law firms in 12 states for legal resources to block disclosure of any of his personal records. Mr. Kreep indicated that the investigation is still ongoing but that the final report will be provided to the U.S. Attorney general, Eric Holder. Mr. Holder has refused to comment on the matter.

RE: Issue of Passport

While I’ve little interest in getting in the middle of the Obama birth issue, Paul Hollrah over at FSM did so yesterday and believes the issue can be resolved by Obama answering one simple question: What passport did he use when he was shuttling between New York , Jakarta , and Karachi ?

So how did a young man who arrived in New York in early June 1981, without the price of a hotel room in his pocket, suddenly come up with the price of a round-the-world trip just a month later?

And once he was on a plane, shuttling between New York , Jakarta , and Karachi , what passport was he offering when he passed through Customs and Immigration?

The American people not only deserve to have answers to these questions, they must have answers. It makes the debate over Obama’s citizenship a rather short and simple one.

Q: Did he travel to Pakistan in 1981, at age 20?

A : Yes, by his own admission.

Q: What passport did he travel under?

A: There are only three possibilities.

1) He traveled with a U.S. Passport,

2) He traveled with a British passport, or

3) He traveled with an Indonesian passport.

Q: Is it possible that Obama traveled with a U.S. Passport in 1981?

A: No. It is not possible. Pakistan was on the U.S. State Department’s “no travel” list in 1981.

Conclusion: When Obama went to Pakistan in 1981, he was traveling either with a British passport or an Indonesian passport. If he were traveling with a British passport, that would provide proof that he was born in Kenya on August 4, 1961, not in Hawaii as he claims. And if he were traveling with an Indonesian passport, that would tend to prove that he relinquished whatever previous citizenship he held, British or American, prior to being adopted by his Indonesian step-father in 1967.

Whatever the truth of the matter, the American people need to know how he managed to become a “natural born”American citizen between 1981 & 2008.

Given the destructive nature of his plans for America, as illustrated by his speech before Congress and the disastrous spending plan he has presented to Congress, the sooner we learn the truth of all this, the better.

If you don’t care that Your President is not a natural born Citizen and in Violation of the Constitution, then delete this, and then lower your American Flag to half-staff, because the U.S. Constitution is already on life-support, and won’t survive much longer.

If you do care, then forward this to as many patriotic Americans as you can, because our country is being looted and ransacked!

This is all a hoax, but you read it.

Medievel Times Lyndhurst Review


We were given the unique opportunity of reviewing the Medievel Times dinner show in Lyndhurst, NJ last week on Saturday the 10th of July.  We were attending the 4pm show.  Tickets can be purchased online, or at the door.  Some promotions are available to online purchasers only.

We ended up upgrading to Royalty for $10 per person.  There was another option to have guaranteed front row seats for $20 per person.  The Royalty that we purchased allows the guests to be seated within the first 2 rows of the seating areas.  You also receive a DVD, banner, and a souvenier program.  We noticed a sign to view the “Dungeon”, but declined because of our 10 year old daughter.

The "Real" Princesses

Upon entry you are greeted, and given “Crowns” to wear.  After receiving your crowns you are then stopped to take a photo with the king.  These photos are available during the show.  You will then be shown into the main hall.  In the main hall you will find various shops to purchase souveniers, and more.  During our wait we watched “Honored Guests” get called to be “Knighted” by the King.  Shortly before the show they begin calling colors of seating.  After being seated you meet up with your server.

The table had our banner, program, and DVD.  On the table was our plate, cup, and bowl.  There was a napkin with the nights menu on it.  The server took our drink orders, and told us that we could have up to “2” refills.  The show begins, and throughout the show food arrives.  First we received tomato bisque, and garlic bread.  Then came the roasted chicken, spare ribs, and the roasted potato.  Our daughter had an issue with the chicken because it was served with the wing still attached.  Mom detached the wing, but we all loved the food.

For dessert we received apple turnovers, and we got coffee to go with it.

Throughout the show you can purchase alcoholic beverages.

She Got A Flower From The Knight.

During the show the knight winners of the tournaments threw flowers to the people in the crowd.  Our daughter was overjoyed because she happened to get one.

Keep in mind that gratuity is not included in your charges.  You will have an opportunity to tip your server.

The show let out just before 6pm.

My daughter enjoyed the show so much that she asked us if we could take her there again for her 11th birthday in October.  We gladly told her we would.

The only thing that we found a bit off was the fact that you are only allowed 2 drinks.

Receiving tickets to Medievel Times had no result on our review.  We were given the tickets so as to review the show, and give our feedback.