Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Google Voice: Contact Individual Settings.

For reasons that I cannot fathom, Google has dropped individual settings. Sure, there are group settings, but there is no way to get to individual settings at all. The odd thing is that we still have the ability to edit them. Why would they do that? It's not like Google doesn't know about the problem nor is it that they don't know that the users hate it this way. They just ignore us.

So anyway, here is how to do it. Just keep in mind that this isn't the ideal way, but it can be done if it's something you wish to do.

First, it may be easier to do this by opening a text file and pasting this on the text file. You're going to have to put together two different URLs to get this to work.

Also, make sure you're logged into Google.

Now, go to your contacts by clicking here. Search for the person you wish to edit. We'll call ours John. Once I select John it should have a link that looks something like (without the colors, of course):

Copy that last part after that last slash of your contact, it's in red above. Paste that into your text file.

Now copy this entire thing below (in red):

Paste that in your text file BEFORE the abunchofcharactershere, with NO spaces. It should now look like this:


Then hit enter or whatever to go to that page. It should work, unless Google changes something.

Hopefully this will help you. :) Cheers to all!

Wednesday, April 17, 2013

The Truth About Republicans, Libertarians and Democrats

When Obama won, I cried. I cried real tears because that was a signal that our nation has become selfish and stupid. I was so upset that I didn't even want to hear about, write about nor talk about politics. I felt defeated and ashamed of our nation.

Then the Boston bombing happened and I heard a freaking Democrat accuse us Tea Party members of being responsible. Bastards! I am just as angry as everyone else. It could just as easily be a liberal as well as a conservative and I resent their bigotry against our beliefs and what we stand for. How dare them question our integrity!

So it is with that stupidity that I wish to address the difference between us and when you see the comparisons, you'll see that the most unreasonable and selfish are Democrats. Tea Party members, such as myself, could be either Republican or Libertarian but never a Democrat. They are shameless.

Let's look at a few of the beliefs of each party, for those unfamiliar with what the differences really mean. You might actually be surprised too. Perhaps you voted for the wrong person. Pay attention and if you doubt my claims, Google it. 

I will also freely offer my opinion, just because I still can, despite the Democrats attempts to silence us.


Republican: Should be defined between a man and woman.
Libertarian: Should not be defined nor regulated.
Democrat: Should include gay marriage and should also fall under discrimination if not recognized.
Me: Should not be required for anyone, except those in a religious establishment, if they so choose. After all, it started as a sacrament. I don't see why atheists want to even marry at all since they have no Biblical stand. They make no sense, whatsoever.


Republican: Should be limited and borders should be secured, so Americans can have employment first.
Libertarian: Change the law to allow open borders.
Democrat: Give amnesty as well as welfare and Affirmative Action, so that they can have jobs before average American citizens.
Me: I do believe that we should limit immigration, but I also believe that we should increase the limits for those outside of North and South America. It is unequal that a Mexican can slip over the border and get citizenship when someone trying to flee Nigeria cannot. I believe in total equality.

Affirmative Action

Republican: Abolish, because it's unequal and unnecessary.
Libertarian: Abolish, because it's unequal and unnecessary.
Democrats: Keep and add more and more restrictions.
Me: Abolish, because it's unequal and unnecessary.


Republican: Abolish
Libertarian: Deregulate
Democrats: Keep, and force religious establishments to also pay for them.
Me: Abolish. As the great Terry O'Quinn said in the TV film, Roe vs. Wade (1989), "A woman's peace of mind just isn't excuse enough to kill a child."

Military and Defense Spending

Republican: Important and necessary, government is supposed to protect and defend.
Libertarian: Important and necessary, government is supposed to protect and defend.
Democrats: Make friends with the world and apologize about past decisions.... oh and blame the "previous administration". Then we don't need any defense.
Me: Important and necessary, government is supposed to protect and defend.

Political Correctness

Republican: Finds it childish.
Libertarian: Finds it childish.
Democrat: Is necessary and should be a law. Any individual or business who deviates from it should be banned, fired or jailed. 
Me: Finds it childish.


Republican: Should be very limited. Businesses and business owners should have tax breaks to promote job growth, etc. .
Libertarian: Abolish completely.
Democrat: Tax anything and everything, including the rain that falls on homeowners.
Me: Should be very limited. Businesses and business owners should have tax breaks to promote job growth, etc.


Republican: Parents should have control of, and responsibility for, all funds expended for their children's education.
Libertarian: Parents should have control of, and responsibility for, all funds expended for their children's education.
Democrat: Parents should have no choice in how their children are educated, unless they want to pay out of pocket expenses, which only the rich can afford.
Me: Parents should have control of, and responsibility for, all funds expended for their children's education.

Health Care

Republican: Citizens should have the right to choose if they want insurance or not and the level of the insurance they choose to purchase.
Libertarian: Citizens should have the right to choose if they want insurance or not and the level of the insurance they choose to purchase.
Democrat: Make every citizen purchase insurance and a certain amount of insurance whether they want to or not.
Me: Citizens should have the right to choose if they want insurance or not and the level of the insurance they choose to purchase.


Republican: Necessary in very limited circumstances.
Libertarian: Abolish.
Democrat: Necessary in unlimited circumstances.
Me: Necessary in very limited circumstances.

That's all I have time for now, but you get the idea. I'm mostly republican, but I do have a few deviations; keyword is few. I just hate it when Democrats try to make us sound like evil beings and they say that we're all rich and we only care about the rich. 

We (my husband and I) are anything but rich. We are a working class family of a very limited income. We have two old cars and a house payment that is never going to go away, ever. We have no money in the bank and likely never will. We are middle aged and are worried about our retirement in the near future. We have health care costs that we cannot afford to pay and a million other problems.

We are just average Americans trying to make it in this unforgiving world, like everyone else. We believe in equality and good values. We believe in the right to free speech, the right to freedom of religion and its practice, the right to keep and bear arms and the right to be equal among all.

We want peace and justice and want to maintain the American way.

May God be with you all! Amen.

Friday, April 05, 2013

Another reason to hate United Airlines.

I hate United. There is a lot of truth in that "Delta loves to fly, and it shows" because United hates flying and it shows.

I've never had a problem on a Delta flight. Ever. I will say that some of you may call me biased because I have a lot of family that have worked for Delta.  That's true, but their jobs have never affected me. That is to say, that I've never personally benefited from it. Trust me though, just because a lot of my family works there, doesn't mean I'll just conform. I'm a conservative. I don't conform. Ever.

So back to United, which sucks. I've never had a good experience with United. Every single time I've ever flown before with them before in my life they have cancelled my flight. I kid you not. This is without warning, and then they have the nerve to tell me to stand in line for 3 hours, trying to get another flight.

When I was coming home from Los Angeles last year, they cancelled the flight I was to be on. They told us to go to the other side of the airport (in another terminal) and stand in line to get a new flight. I am not kidding when I say that there were two employees working the counter they sent us to. I am especially NOT kidding when I say that both of those people helped only one person in one freaking hour. ONE FREAKING HOUR! Everyone was complaining and they didn't care. I heard one threatening to call security if we didn't stop complaining. THAT B***H!!!!

I will never fly United, in my life, ever again. I don't care if they charge only $30 per flight. I want them to go out of business. I want their high and mighty employees to lose their jobs (the nice ones, which are few should of course have jobs) and I want Americans, who would be thankful for a job, to get theirs instead.

Anyway, obviously United trains its employees to be jerks and all of this was to say that United's condescension rears its head once again: it's just another reason to hate United Airlines. What were they thinking? Parents have every right to decide what children watch and don't watch. How dare them treat them like criminals.