Call me crazy, but I am a dyed flaming redheaded conservative, alternative rock-loving, tattooed, Sinead O'Connor fan who knows every song from the '50's and '60's, and card carrying member of the Republican party.
iamheather's Articles
January 25, 2005 by iamheather
I haven't been around.

I don't know when I will again.

My mother has been diagnosed with a brain tumor.

All my energy goes to praying for her,

worrying about her,

somewhere in there, taking care of my family.

Pray for her. Brain surgery is......

January 14, 2005 by iamheather
Thank God for answering our prayers....



WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Friday rejected a challenge brought by atheist Michael Newdow to stop the invocation prayer at President Bush's second inauguration.

On Thursday, Newdow told U.S. District Judge John Bates that having a minister invoke God in the Jan. 20 ceremony would violate the Constitution by forcing him to accept unwanted religious beliefs.

But one day later, Bates ruled that Newdow wouldn't ...
January 14, 2005 by iamheather
Recently declassified Pentagon documents reveal an investigation into a bizarre theory for a non-lethal bomb. It was a sexual bomb that makes soldiers irresistable to each other.

That is truly f#$*ed up. What were they thinking? Wonder if they were going to name it the "Gay Bomb?" At least this idea never became a viable reality.



Pentagon reveals rejected chemical weapons15 January 2005 THE Pentagon considered developing a host of non-lethal chemical weapons that would...
January 14, 2005 by iamheather
Wish I could have been a fly on the wall at this awards dinner. Way to go, Mr. Eastwood. Make our day!


Eastwood stunned a New York filmmaking audience with his comments, the New York Daily News' Lloyd Grove reported today in his must-read column.

"Michael Moore and I actually have a lot in common - we both appreciate living in a country where there's free expression," Eastwood was quoted as telling the National Board of Review awards dinner in New York Tuesday night.

With a ...
January 13, 2005 by iamheather
Call me crazy. It is okay, really. Laugh even. Crazy people have a sense of humor, too.


The Vermont Teddy Bear Company has recently received considerable protests and public outrage from Mental Health Advocates. The controversy started over the Crazy for You Bear the company is marketing this Valentine's Day.


Are you offended by this bear? I think it is hilarious! As one crazy person, I can tell you this is not offensive. Most seriously crazy people, equipped...
January 13, 2005 by iamheather
Just get over it already!

-iamheather (resident psychologist advice)

Please remit payment of $100 for your therapy in the form of check or money order.
January 7, 2005 by iamheather
Here is a fun little quiz:

Which OS Are You?

I took this quiz and the result was surprisingly accurate. (at least the insane part)

I would love to know which OS you are!
January 7, 2005 by iamheather
Geek Break Up Lines 

11.(A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? R
(A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? R
(A)bort, (R)etry, (F)ail? F
Relationship failed.10.Now that Half Life 2 is out, I need to refocus my priorities.9.You have been unsubscribed from my dating list. Please click this link to confirm.8.I need a lover who understands that 20 hours a day on the Internet is normal.7.I don't think we should date any more, but we can still be on each other's buddy lists.6.I'd like a true beauty so I don't have to s...
January 6, 2005 by iamheather
*Note: This article is a response to commenting on Gideon's blog Andrea Yates' Conviction Overturned. As I did not want to hijack his thread, I chose to respond here*

Reply By: iamheatherAndrea Yates has had and surely continues to need mental help. I wish they would indict her husband. As someone who has a mental illness that requires daily medication, I think Rusty Yates was just as culpable if not more so in the death of the Yate's children.

Reply By: Shovelheat

I know I'm...
January 6, 2005 by iamheather
*Dad don't read this!*

Call me crazy, but I can curse like a sailor. I try to never cuss in front of my children, so usually by 9pm each day, I sound like a person afflicted with Tourette's. The obsenities flee from my mouth like our newly released pet bird.

During the day, Zombie giggles and pokes fun at my "alternative" attempts to pre-emptively strike against my cursing nature. I have been known to shout, "Sunny Beaches of Texas" instead of SOB when I stub my toe. I can be heard yelli...
January 5, 2005 by iamheather
Legislation run amuck. The Houston City Council recently passed a new "SAFEclear" program, which just so happens to also be a law. Mayor Bill White was the mastermind behind the ridiculous plan. Here is a brief summary of the "traffic reducing" legislation.  
Under the program, 11 towing companies have contracts with the city to respond to all disabled vehicles within six minutes and promptly get them off the highway once authorized by a police officer at Houston TranStar, the region'...
January 1, 2005 by iamheather
Wishing all of JU a prosperous, peaceful, and pleasant 2005!
December 31, 2004 by iamheather
Remeber the last a Clinton surrogate entered a Buddhist Temple? Wasn't it Al Gore in 2000? Something about campaign donations.....

And now the dynamic duo enter one together....

Hide your wallets, Buddhists.


Clintons, at Queens temple, pledge support for tsunami relief effort

Associated Press Writer

December 31, 2004, 5:28 PM EST

NEW YORK -- Former President Clinton and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton toured a Buddhist temple in Queens on Friday ...
December 23, 2004 by iamheather
The ACLU is launching another attack against President Bush. Most everyone has heard about the ACLU's acquisition of "proof" that the president issued a directive authorizing the "torture" of terrorist suspects detained at Guantanamo Bay.

What is their proof? They claim to have emails from FBI agents. These emails refer to a new Bush order on prisoner treatment that supposedly permits interrogation tactics beyond normal procedure.

Where is this supposed directive? The ACLU has no copy of a...
December 23, 2004 by iamheather

If you have food in the refrigerator, clothes on your back, a roof overhead and a place to sleep....

You are richer than 75% of this world.

If you have money in the bank, in your wallet, and spare change in a dish some place...

You are among the top 8% of the world's wealthy.

If you woke up this morning with more health than illness...

You are more blessed than the million who will not survive the week.

If you have never experienced the danger of ...