Find a Friend With a Pickup Truck


We have seen worse than this as you know if you’ve followed the blog long enough.   But the thought process of the driver that this is an acceptable method is what is amazing!

Just in case this isn’t obvious to ya, I fired up the Jagoff-estrator to point out this person’s lumber purchases that just doesn’t seem to fit.  Orrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr is this a car that drove into a fence and then drove straight to Lowes to purchase some tools to free itself from this pesky stick?

Well, everything except the lack of an orange flag on the back of this thing indicates, this is someone who needs a friend with a pick up truck!

A little check on the Scion website says the entire length of the xB model, bumper to bumper, is 14.0083333-feet!  That means 14 feet, minus and engine, minus a dashboard, minus the other stuff ya bought….the numbers just don’t add up.  WHO NEEDS TWO (more Scions to hall stuff)?

But then again, maybe this really is a Scion Shish Kabob and they are headed home to park it on a driveway made of a nice, fluffy rice pilaf?

Whomever you are, paaaaaleeeeeeeze start networking with people who own pick-up trucks or, cut-out the next two pizza deliveries and pay for a lumber delivery, Ya Jagoffs!


Thanks to @JohnMalekci Custom Builder for being today’s Honorary Jagoff Catcher.  

You MUST go see his website pics of what he builds!

Click the pick below.

No, really.. click it.  You’ll be amazed!


Steelers Stats (Today’s Work Conversations)


Whatever that mess was last night in Baltimore, who knows.  But what we DO know, people at work will be ticked off DESPITE this a Friday and yesterday was “Wear Your Black and Gold and Bring in Snacks and Feast All Day” Day.

Above is what you can anticipate at work.

By the way, “The Refs Suck” and “The Announcers Suck” are givens so are not officially tabulated.

Steelers, can we get it together?

As a special note, it’s ok to refuse to be nice today at work, i.e, “Make your OWN copies, Ya Jagoff!”

Flight 93 Memorial


Out of many things that I cherish, this hat is high on my list along with my Site ID badge from Shanksville.

United Airlines staff gave these to those providing medical support at the Shanksville site during the days after the crash.

The ribbons pinned to the hat were made by various volunteers/students in support of those working at the site.

I will never forget the hardworking people that worked for weeks crawling through the woods and debris to recover evidence and personal effects or the first time that the tour buses brought in the families.

Never Forget

Back at catching Jags tomorrow!

Here’s the info if you want to visit the Shanksville Memorial.