Dr. No Donuts: The Story Behind the Pastry

Originally published on Daily Paul 7-3-12: http://www.dailypaul.com/242955/dr-no-donuts

Congressman Ron Paul is known by many in politics as ‘Dr. No’, but inside the home he is known as ‘Dr. Donut’!

He and his wife, Carol, have been cooking up a storm for decades, even famously producing a Paul Family Cookbook. One favorite creation of theirs, an open ‘secret family recipe’, has been a staple for 3 generations: Dr. No’s Donuts.

Nicknamed ‘Do-Nots!’ or ‘No-Nos’ by some of the grandchildren, they are as familiar to them as a Christmas tree. (It’s even rumored that “No No!” may even have been son [and now Senator] Rand’s first words)!

view a tasty assortment of ‘Dr. No’s’ Donuts here:

Packed full of down-home country goodness, a Paul family member rarely goes a day without one of Dr. No’s famous Donuts. Though they aren’t for sale, any ‘Paul’ will be happy to give you one anytime you like. “I’ll give you a no anywhere I go!” sing a few of the children.

But if you can’t wait to get a ‘No-nut’ from a friendly Paul family member, the recipe is freely available on the Congressman’s Texas Straight Talk website.

At your next city council, school board, or public safety meeting, you’ll be long remembered for bringing a box of your own homemade ‘No-nos’ for everyone to share!


Who Hath Ears To Hear…

Originally published on Daily Paul 5-30-12: http://www.dailypaul.com/237056/but-others-fell-into-good-ground-and-brought-forth-fruit

3. Behold, a sower went forth to sow;

4. And when the farmer sowed, some seeds fell by the way side, and the birds came and devoured them up:

5-6. Some fell upon stony places, where they had not much earth: and quickly they sprung up, because they had no deepness of earth: And when the sun was up, they were scorched; and because they had no root, they withered away.

7. And some fell among thorns; and the thorns sprung up, and choked them:

8. But others fell into good ground, and brought forth fruit, some thirtyfold, some sixtyfold, some a hundredfold.

9. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.

-Matthew 13: 3-9 (KJV)

How Best To Honor GEICO Insurance Company For Their Efforts To Promote Woman On Pig Sex?

I need some help from y’all.

By now if you’ve been anywhere near a TV you’ve seen this commercial where GEICO gives honor to the ages-old American tradition of woman on pig romance:

My question to you, dear readers of I Punched Out Jesse Ventura, is this:  How do we honor GEICO for their efforts?  Please use the comments to vote on your favorite idea or suggest your own.

1.  Start a national organization to celebrate human on pig sex.  It could be called the National Porcine Romance Alliance (NPR-All), Pig On Person Sex Association (POPS Ass.) or maybe something else.

2.  Create plush toys shaped like pigs with the words ‘Sex pig.  Brought to you by GEICO.”

3.  Create a yearly award honoring corporations for their responsible depictions of bestiality in media.  I’m thinking of calling it the GEICO Pig Fucker Award.

4.  Suggest an idea!  Comment below.





related: http://www.uproxx.com/tv/2013/01/questions-about-the-stupid-geico-pig-commercial/

TV News Is Entertainment. Nothing More, Nothing Less.

1.  Easy to follow plotline and storytelling

Local, national, weather preview, commercial, local interest, sports, weather, smalltalk, credits.

2.  Memorable cast of characters

Goofy weather guy, studly sports guy, on-the-scene gal, and our square-headed newsguy with his lovely co-anchor.

3.  Suspenseful

Teasers run before newscast with a promise of more details at 6.

4.  Action Packed

If there were no high speed chases that day the sports report offers plenty of action.

5.  Funny

There’s plenty of time between the various plot points for the characters presenting them to exchange a witticism or two.

6.  Human Interest

The best stories have an aspect that the viewer can relate to personally.  What’s more personally engaging than a good-old human interest story – especially if it’s someone local you might recognize?

7.  Music

All the best tv news shows have a theme song you can really hum along to.

8.  Special effects

Breaking news alerts and the weather forecast animations offer some of the most cutting edge on screen graphics to be seen anywhere.

9.  Educational

The weather forecast teaches people about things like wind chills and relative humidity, and the fact that some people can be right only half the time and still keep a job.

10.  Information about current events

I was having a hard time coming up with a way that tv news provides any sort of relevant and timely information on current events of importance to the viewer.  I almost had to skip this one, but to be honest I knew I couldn’t – so I forced myself to watch an actual tv newscast.  Luckily I found an example:

TV news shows inform their viewers about the lucky word of the day that may help them win a $1000 furniture shopping spree.

There you have them – 10 reasons why TV news is just another entertainment show.


Slain Former Navy SEAL Sniper Chris Kyle Talks Gun Violence In Recent Interview


The late Chris Kyle, the former Navy SEAL and author of American Sniper: The Autobiography of the Most Lethal Sniper in U.S. Military History who was shot to death Saturday at a shooting range in Texas, is probably destined to be seized as a symbol, by one side or the other, in the current debate over gun violence that was sparked by the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. Mr. Kyle, however, had his own strong views about that very debate, and before anyone tries to decide what his tragic death means, or does not mean, they should listen to what he actually had to say.

In an interview, just two weeks ago, Chris Kyle spoke with the website Guns.com about a variety of issues, including President Obama‘s 23 executive Actions on gun violence, the arming of teachers in schools, and the gun control dustup between Piers Morgan and Alex Jones.

Here is the video of that interview:

My Condolences To All Of Chris Kyle’s Family and Friends

I defy anyone to find someone with more respect for Seal Team than I have.

My deepest respects and condolences to the family and friends of Chris Kyle.

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