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For a limited time, Big Kahuna Hosting will not only provide 1 year's web hosting with its "Deluxe Package" on a Premium web server, but we also will install Word Press for you and upgrade it to the most current version.

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Word Press sites can be used as a personal blogs or a business web site; a site for a team, cause or organization; or just about anything else you've seen a web site used for. While the layout of the above sites are very similar because the author of them is the same, and he keeps them consistent so that he can more easily maintain, you really have a lot of flexibility with layout and the look & feel.

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The Robot Bartender

‘Guy goes into a bar in Louisiana where there’s a robot bartender!
The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey.”
The robot brings back his drink and says to the man, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says,” 168.”
The robot then proceeds to talk about physics, space exploration and medical
The guy leaves, . . . but he is curious . . . So he goes back into the bar.
The robot bartender says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey.”
Again, the robot brings the man his drink and says, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says, “100.”
The robot then starts to talk about Nascar, Budweiser, the Saints and LSU Tigers

The guy leaves, but finds it very interesting, so he thinks he will
try it one more time.
He goes back into the bar.
The robot says, “What will you have?”
The guy says, “Whiskey,” and the robot brings him his whiskey.
The robot then says, “What’s your IQ?”
The guy says, “Uh, about 50.”
The robot leans in real close and says,
“SO, . . . you people . . . still happy . . . with Barrack Obama???”

One plan evolves into another

Yesterday Dallas stopped by at 11:30AM on his Road King and wanted to know if I wanted to take a ride. I said sure and hopped on my GeezerGlide. We zig-zagged along country roads and finally came across a sign Giddings 30 miles.

Many years ago, when Dallas was small, we use to stop a cheesy Mexican Restaurant in Giddings called Jalisco on our way back from many visits with an Indian mototrcycle builder in Austin. He ultimately built 23 Indians for me.

So we stopped there for lunch. While we hadn’t been there in over 10 years — it was like going back in a time machine — nothing had changed.

While there — we got to talking about Terry — the motorcycle builder. I hadn’t seen or heard of him in 7-8 years, so we decided to continue on to Austin. We got there at about 4PM and visited with him for about an hour talking about old times.

Next thing you know we’re 4 hours from the trip back home and I’m wearing dark Polaroid prescription sunglasses — and need to get home before dark as I didn’t bring regular glasses.

Bark home at 8:30 with a sore ass, sunburned face, and a permanent blow dry hairstyle from not wearing a helmet.

Dominators and Intake CHEAP!

Dual Dominators and Intake Setup for RB Mopar

Bolt on Big Horse Power – 2 Passes on the Carbs!

The intake and linkage is from an Indy built 540CI that I ran on my black Coronet for years. I ordered the custom built dominators from Bigs and bolted onto the Intake. Two passes later I windowed the motor when an aluminum rod decided it was time to go. The car was later converted to a Nostalgia Super Stock car for my son, and I don’t currently have a use for this type of induction.

The bases are powdercoated, the metering blocks anodized billet, the tops polished. I have over $3000 in this setup. Bolt on, hook up the accelerator cable — go kick ass.

$1500 firm, plus $60 to properly pack and ship insured.

Race Report

MoparStyle Racing Sponsor Report

NMCA Bradenton 2012 – March 14-18

For this race I ran my 60 Plymouth 2-door wagon, and Dallas ran the black 65 Coronet. The wagon had a fresh 588ci Diamondback Engines Wedge and a transmission recently rebuilt by Dallas. It also has a new ATI Tree-Master 8" torque converter. Although Dallas had made two soft passes in the car to make sure it was race ready, Bradenton was going to be my first passes, and the first hard passes with the new engine. The black Coronet has a "Well Seasoned" 580ci motor in it, and recently had its 4-link completely replaced. We had hoped the Big Red Ram would be ready for Dallas by Bradenton, but it should be ready for Commerce.

We left Wednesday morning and drove as far as Lake City, FL., where we hooked up with our pit bud Doug Duell at the Wal-Mart there at 2AM. On the road at 9AM Thursday and at the track to set up pits at 2PM. A little track "Trials and Tribulation" with Doug getting his rig stuck in the sandy pits, and the generator crapping out on my motorhome and trailer. Doug was out within an hour, but we spent the week without electricity except for a cord to Doug to alternate the 16V charges for the cars, and a cord to my bedroom to power my CPAP at night. We charged the phones and iPad in Doug's trailer.

We did get one chance to make one TT pass on Thursday. I ran a 9.60 shifting at 7000, and decided to focus on the 9.75 index. Bad choice as the engine started to come in and get faster for the next few passes — to where I ultimately had to bolt 100 pounds on the car, 80 pounds loose in the box, and short shift at 6400 to get my 9.75. I should have selected the 9.5 index.

Doug and I had a wager for a $1 per pass for the best reaction time. I won the first three, and he won the next three. My next pass after he left the track was a .006 in the 2nd round.

We had two Time Trials on Friday morning and then the first round qualify at about 3PM. The below video is the Nostalgia Super Stock 1st round of Qualifying.

Saturday we had two more rounds of qualifying, and I was the top qualifier with a 9.761 on a 9.75 index. Dallas was #4 with a 9.77. 12 cars came to the event (way down — most likely because of the cost of diesel, lack of popularity of the sandy track with NSS guys, and the last race being a double-points so the other races don't count near as much), but 2 broke and only 10 qualified. My #1 drew me Doug Duell #6 and Dallas got the #9 guy — with a 64 Plymouth and who is new to the sport.

Eliminations started at 10AM Sunday. Doug and I played heads games with each other at the top end, and I got the win light. Dallas won against the 64. I got a Bye in the second round and had a .006 light and a 9.71 — which was where I wanted to be as it was getting hotter.

Dallas had a 442 and won that round, and then got a Bye to the Finals. I got the winner of Neighbor and Poskevitch — which was Poskevitch. I ran a 9.76 but lit up the stupid bulb. I guess I still have a hard time waiting for the 12-second cars. Screwed up and All Schultz Final.

Dallas and Poskevitch had a close race in the finals — neither knowing who won until they got their slips.


Dallas lot by .0023 seconds in a Hell of a race.

Texas Whale at Bradenton in 2012


At 6PM we collected our Runner Up and Semi $$$, loaded up, and drove the 1177 miles back to Richmond, Texas — get here 1:30PM Monday.

I can't believe that NMCA and Fastest Street Car magazine called my car ugly! LINK

Sunday News From The 10th Annual Ross Racing Pistons NMCA Muscle Car Nationals

Dave Schultz is the number one qualifier in Indy Cylinder Head Nostalgia Super Stock after cutting a .012 light yesterday. His 9-second Plymouth is always cool to watch because it’s big, ugly, and bad-fast. He faces Doug Duell in the first round of eliminations today.


Live From Bradenton

Live From Brandenton Thread

Dallas and I will be leaving in the morning to our first NSS race of the year – Bradenton, FL. We should arrive to set up our pits Thursday afternoon.

Time Trials on Friday, Qualifying on Saturday, and eliminations on Sunday. Should be back Monday night or Tuesday if there are no rain delay hold-overs.

The link at the top of the page goes to the “Live at Bradenton” thread at NSS-Racing. Here is where those with Internet access post updates, and images of time slips, qualifying ladder, and eliminations.

There will also be a link there where you can follow the runs of the NSS class or individual drivers real time. Dallas’ number is 7602 and mine is 7601.


Fighting Back the Left’s Lies

Righteous Indignation: Excuse Me While I Save the World! By:  Andrew Breitbart

A Report By: Dave 'Old Hippie' Schultz

March 11, 2012

A couple of days after Andrew Breitbarts death, I bought his most recent book, "Righteous Indignation" and downloaded onto my iPad to read while on a 7-Cruise. I had to finish 2/3s of American Sniper first, but both books were so good that I made fairly quick work of both.

While it is for a different reason, this book was just as inspiring to me as Atlas Shrugged. As someone who loves what America once was, but who is appalled at how the "Progressives" are openly executing their well documented plan of overwhelming the Capitalist system to crush it, I feel that it is my duty to make others aware of this book. A Chicago Communist and Community Organizer Saul Alinsky wrote "Rules for Radicals", a book that has inspired many "Progressives" like Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama on how to crush the supporters of Capitalism, and transform America into their vision of it. If you have read Rules for Radicals, you will see that Progressives & Communists have followed it's plan to the letter, and Conservatives and Libertarians have allowed them to do it unchallenged.

Andrew Breitbart's has now written the rules and a plan for Conservatives and Libertarians to challenge and win back our country — but only if we are willing to stop being so damn apathetic. A start is to read this book.

Breitbart's book gives a short history lesson of Communism, Progressivism, Socialism and Liberalism in the US. Frankly there is no real difference in Progressivism and Communism. Today's progressives are Communists, using a more politically correct and a softer term with less negative connotations.  Socialism and Liberalism in today's world are just stepping stones to Communism/Progressivism.

Progressivism started at the turn of the century in the US with Teddy Roosevelt. Don't think that because Teddy Roosevelt was a Republican, that his was Conservative. Nothing could have been further from the truth. Back then, Southern Democrats were actually more Conservative and Northern Republicans were more Liberal. The roles started to reverse around the Great Depression of the late 20s and 30s. Woodrow Wilson took Roosevelt's "Progressiveness" to a higher level. He felt the Constitution was useless, and wanted a One World Government. People wised up, and rejected Wilson's ideas after his stroke as President kept him from pushing harder.

At the same time Europe was all a buzz with Karl Marx's Communist Manifesto. Communism got its start in France in the 1700s with Jean-Jacques Rousseau. Karl Marx better publicize it in the 1800s. A few to follow Marx came up with their various plans to put Marx's dream into action, but tweak it with their vision. Breitbart's book goes into more detail — but in a nutshell that all evolved into a bunch of German Jew eggheads — and their think-tank, "The Frankfurt School". Their goal was for a Communist Europe. What interrupted this goal was Hitler. No so much because Nazism was so different from Communism (it wasn't that different) — as it was Hitler's hatred for Jews. Most of the faculty of the Frankfurt Schools had to quickly leave in the 30s, and their "Progressive" counterparts in American Universities sponsored them coming to the US. Their goal moved from Europe being their Communist Utopia to taking over the US. The plan was to infiltrate Universities, media, politics, government, the legal system. They mostly settled in Hollywood to take over the film industry, Chicago to infiltrate politics, San Francisco to infiltrate art, Washington to infiltrate the Federal Government, and New York City to infiltrate media. The American Communist Party began to flourish with a lot of support from the Soviet Union. They taught in Universities like Columbia University to control the young minds studying Journalism and Political Science, and Harvard to brainwash would be lawyers.

In the 40s, some got wise to this communist expansion and the involvement of the Soviet Union, but with the help of the Communist Controlled media and ACLU, America was asked if they were going to believe them or their lying eyes. A campaign to vilify the accusers (like McCarthy) was mostly successful with protecting Communists in Government, the judicial system, College Universities, and Media — and damage was limited to a few (the Blacklisted) in Hollywood and a couple of spies (like the Rosenbergs) who were caught red-handed. Since then, few will even bring up the subject of the great influence on Communist infiltration in politics, media, and the legal system; as the attacks on them are swift and strong.

Saul Alinksy's "Rules for Radicals" is the perfect textbook on how to overwhelm the system by creating a large class of dependants of the government — and attacking those with the guts to challenge it. To even mention that there is a possibility that there are American Communists wanting to replace Capitalism with Communism — is to leave yourself open to attacks using Alinsky's Rules by groups like Media Matters, and Liberal politicians and their hacks. The Communist plan is actually brilliant. When politicians rob Peter to pay Paul — they can always depend on the support of Paul. 49.5% of Americans do not pay a cent in income tax — up from 20% not paying in 1980. They're mostly ignorant and/or lazy pawns who will believe anything told to them by the people giving them free stuff. With the other 50.5% — the kids going to college are manipulated and groomed by their Political Science, History, Journalism, and Law School Professors to do the Progressive bidding as Community Organizers, Lawyers, Politicians, and Journalists. This pretty much stacks the deck against us remaining Capitalists who try to be the Producers, and pay the taxes.

Righteous Indignation contains a well thought out plan on the effective things that can be done by those who aren't going to take it anymore. Breitbart's logic was successful in taking down ACORN, Anthony Weiner, and a host of other Anti-American/Anti-Capitalist people and organizations trying to overwhelm the system by bankrupting the country giving the Moochers free gifts from the public treasury. For years Communists have said that if they can create a majority of moochers fully dependant on handouts from the government to be their pawns — when the system collapses under it own weight the moochers will riot, Capitalism fail, and they will beg for Communism. Look at what is happening around the world as people with nanny governments are failing. Riots and Chaos!

You have to read the book to get the details of how to be part of the non-mooching Americans wanting reverse Communist advances, and take back America. A couple of the simple things we all can do is to:

  • Challenge the robots and their lies. Most of the people parroting these "Progressive" talking points are ignorant. They don't know why they should believe what they believe other than they've been told by people giving them free stuff to believe it. When they make some ridiculous statement — ask them for their evidence. If someone is called a racist — ask what they've sad that is racist. If they give questionable evidence — tell them to give you a source so you can check it out.
  • Be proactive. America's Capitalist destruction has gone too far to be apathetic and not want to get involved. Start discussing current events with your family and friends. Make them start to pay attention or they'll continue to be the idiots voting for idiots, continue to be moochers instead of producers, and continue to not pay attention to the obvious for those with their eyes open.
  • Don't talk about something you really don't know about — but instead research it so you will know more about it, and can intelligently discuss.
  • Document and report those who are willing to kill capitalism. From the pawn moochers that abuse the system, to the teachers brainwashing the minds of our young people to the politicians feathering their nest. Most of your phones have video cameras and voice recorders. Use them.

If you love America, if you believe that Media has a double-standard, if you feel there is a double-standard in the way different races of people are treated, if you feel the producers are being punished, if you feel that we are bankrupting the country — and it might be on purpose, if you are tired of Union Thugs and community organizers infiltrating meetings, if you are sick of the class warfare and hatred — then you need to read this book.

Other research:

At this Moment 30 Years Ago

at this moment 30 years ago — we were celebrating my wife’s 26th birthday by driving my new 280ZX the 45 miles (much of it 80MPH on the shoulder through Rush Hour Traffic) to the hospital she and her mother were born in — so that our eldest daughter could also be born there.

Happy Birthday to Deb and Danielle. Man couldn’t ask for a better wife or Daughter. Actually, and man couldn’t ask for a more kind and generous family.