Pensacola, Full Steam Ahead

In honor of Bingley BASTARD‘s incredibly callous sense of humor and appalling lack of empathy, not to mention good taste, I have put together a short
Photo Essay.
Once you’ve seen it, realizing how cruel the Dennis graphic below really is, I shall be covered with good wishes and love, whilst he will be shunned for the cretinous schmuck he is.
I have blue tarp to duct tape.
Thank you for your support.

13 Responses to “Pensacola, Full Steam Ahead”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    Pensacola…is that near Bangladesh?

  2. (I didn’t point out your ‘latest’ spelling f*ck-up, did I?)
    And you’re WRONG anyway. You would be number 2. How appropriate.
    So, la la la, just proves my point.

  3. Never mind. I’m stressed.

  4. Mr. Bingley says:

    Goofball. Sniffing that roof epoxy again?

  5. WunderKraut says:

    Maybe God is angry with someone in Pensacola. All you need to do is find the person and toss him into the sea.
    If I remember right, I think that cures having storms repeatedly slam into your city.

  6. As I am plumb out of chickens and coffin nails, I think I will act on your suggestion. I’m going looking for the guy who thought ‘sinking’ the Oriskany was a good thing. That’ll be a start.

  7. Mr. Bingley says:

    Sooo, have you changed your mind about the gubmint spending a couple million to move it out of your yard?

  8. WunderKraut says:

    I think I have found a few of the people you may need to toss into the sea:

    But on Sunday morning, some who saw the ship off expressed frustration.
    “It baffles me why they’re spending so much money — just sink it already,” said Pensacola resident Marie Frazier, 46.
    The Navy is covering the round-trip towing cost, estimated at $1.7 million.
    “There are a lot of ships that were sunk accidentally or during war,” said her husband, Dan Frazier, 40. “What’s the difference?”
    Adkins, 50, agrees. “They are wasting time,” he said. “Just finish the job.”
    Pamela Colmenero said she hopes the ship will be sunk soon.
    “After Ivan, we need the tourists that the Oriskany will bring,” she said.
    “It’s nice to see it back out to sea again,” Carlos Colmenero said. “She gets one more ride on the seas.”

  9. Nightfly says:

    Dennis may make a sudden turn or dwindle. Here’s to hoping. Good luck, Ms. Sister.

  10. The Real JeffS says:

    Good luck, THS. Maybe you should toss Mr. Bingley as the sacrifice.

  11. Mr. Bingley says:

    The danger is the ocean might toss me back, JeffS…

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