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Wednesday, December 21, 2011


This kid should be praised not scorned. Now his mother who helps keep him bulked up is being put through massive guilt trips.

I am at a loss for words... Fat Bastard oinking angrily.


Christine said...

I don't understand why they want to make someone's stomach only hold a few ounces. That is so unnatural. I had a friend who did that, and she often vomited after eating after the surgery. I wish she never did it.

Fat Bastard said...

WLS is medical barbarism.

Teddy Bear said...

Good morning Fat Bastard!

Well, it's been over a year since I have posted any new articles in my blog, THE BIGGEST FATTEST BLOG.

But early this morning, I have just posted a new article I had been working on.

It's titled . . . . .



The free GIF Animator that I once used back when I still had Windows XP would not install and run anymore since I got Windows 7 so I had to download and install the Advanced GIF Animator that would work on windows 7 but it was not the free version, so I had to pay $29 dollars to register it.

Anyway . . . . .

I'm back in business again, and I have created some more fat animations.

Please do come over to my blog and check it out!

Thank you.

Teddy Bear

Fat Bastard said...


I am happy to know that you are posting again.

Most of my posting is on Bigger Fatter Politics where Belly Boy has announced his intentions to run/waddle for president. As you know the best presidents, William Howard Taft, Teddy Roosevelt and Bill Clnton were fat.

Congrats on your new software.

Teddy Bear said...

Fat Bastard said...


I am happy to know that you are posting again.

Most of my posting is on Bigger Fatter Politics where Belly Boy has announced his intentions to run/waddle for president. As you know the best presidents, William Howard Taft, Teddy Roosevelt and Bill Clnton were fat.

Congrats on your new software."

Good morning Fat Bastard!

Thank you!

Well, if Belly Boy can make a public announcement on TV or with ads on TV, he has my vote!

I don't have Cable TV anymore because the cost was getting too high, so I'll be able to invest that money in building another new computer.
Fat Bastard said...

(Over at my web site, THE BIGGEST FATTEST BLOG)

"With your permission, I would like to write an article about your latest work so that my readers will stop by The Biggest Fattest Blog and enjoy your latest creations."

Good morning again Fat Bastard!

Sure! Go ahead and post an article on my latest creations.

I would like for more blog members and visitors to see my latest animations of the dancing fat guy.

Thank you!

Gerald - AKA - Teddy Bear

Fat Bastard said...

In a few days I will be posting on Bigger Fatter Politics. Right now I am working on an article about the strange illness affecting girls in Leroy NY.

My medical reporter tells me that the cause is the vaccine Guardasil. You probably know how that turd Rick Perry forced all girls in Texas to get it. You'd think he be satisfied giving lethal injections to innocent inmates.

I think you would make a great political adviser to Belly Boy. You are fat and wise Teddy.

Teddy Bear said...

Good morning Fat Bastard:

Yes, I have done a Google search on the vaccine, Guardasil.

I don't know what the Hell is going on in the field of medicine these days! It seems that America can't do science anymore as well as we once did.

Of course, we can blame the pharmaceutical industry for some of that because of the profit motive. They're more interested in making the big bucks and could care less if some of their products have some really bad or even fatal side effects.

I remember back when I was a kid. Vaccines were a good thing to have. I don't regret having been vaccinated against polio, or typhoid, or small pox, although I did have some flu-like symptoms from a series of three typhoid vaccination shots when I was 13 years old, but it wasn't that serious. A lot of vaccines will make you feel a little bit sick for a couple of days with mild symptoms. That's to be expected.

Of course, while most vaccines are good to have, you should not take any vaccine if you might have a serious allergic reaction to them.

Why can't they devise some kind of test, like a skin test or something like that, to determine whether or not you might be allergic to a particular vaccine?

When ever we make anything mandatory, there are always unforeseen consequences.

So, when a new vaccine is developed, they should also devise some kind of test for possible allergic reactions before the vaccine is administered.

To be continued . . . . .

Teddy Bear said...

. . . continued from above . . .

What really pisses me off about Texas Governor Rick Perry, is that rejects science. He's a right-wing Christian Fundamentalist who is against science education in our schools, and he would like to see Creationism taught along side of Evolution in school science classes, and would actually like if Evolution were not taught at all.

And because Rick Perry rejects science, and scientific evidence, he had an innocent man executed for a murder he did not commit. The DNA evidence collected from the crime scene proved that the accused was innocent, but Rick Perry rejected the evidence had had the guy executed anyway.

Rick Perry hates DNA because DNA proves that Evolution is true. That's why he rejects it, even if it proves that the accused is innocent of a crime.

Oh! But he likes to make a vaccine, like Guardasil, mandatory for teenage girls.

Rick Perry is against sex education, unless it's "abstinence only" and as long as birth control or condoms are never mentioned, but only abstinence is taught.

He assumes that ALL young girls are two-bit-floozies with loose morals, and so, he makes a vaccine, that is suppose to prevent cervical cancer, mandatory, and not caring at all if some young girls might die from an allergic reaction, or other serious side effects to said vaccine.

WOW! Talk about a double standard! Eh?

Rick Perry is also against Medicare/Medicaid and would like if the state of Texas could opt out of the program.

. . . to be continued . . .

Teddy Bear said...

. . . continued from above . . .

You know, we got us a real whack-pack of right-wing idiots in the Republican party this election year.

I'm beginning to believe that the year 2012 just might be the end of the world, as we have known it.

According to former President Bush, people like me can not be American citizens because I'm not a christian.

Yeah! The last time someone listened to a bush, about a half-million people wondered about in the desert 40 years!

Moses must have been smoking some kind of whacky-weed, or something, when he heard voices coming out of a burning bush.

Well, I would like to see America's Bush get burned, and I mean BOTH Papa Bush AND Baby Bush!

Then, according to the Republicans, helping poor people to register to vote is like giving a burglar that keys to your home.

Yeah! The Republicans believe that America is their home exclusively.

Uh huh! Well, I got news for them. America is also my home, therefore I have a right to vote, even though I'm not rich!

So, fuck 'em!

On second thought, better not, because you might get some kind of disease since they also like to make it with barnyard animals!

Then Michele Bachmann once commented that black families were better off under slavery!


She forgets, that under slavery, many black families were broken up, husband and wife separated, children taken away from parents, all sold off to separate plantations.

. . . to be continued . . .

Teddy Bear said...

. . . continued from above . . .

Oh! But it gets even better!

According to the Republicans, poor people living on food stamps are like "stray dogs" and disabled people on Medicare/Medicaid are like "scavenging racoons"!

Oh gee! Can you just feel the Christian love coming from these people! Praise De Laud! Glory halleluiah! Amen!

Yeah! Uh huh! I'm really beginning to feel loved right right now!


And here's some more really good stuff! It's just keeps on getting better and better all the time.

I really love this one! It's my all time favorite!

The Republicans believe in all the great fairy tales from the BUY-BULL!

Like, the one about a man made from a lump of dirt, a woman made from his rib, and that dirt-man and rib-woman were placed in a magical garden with a magical tree bearing magical fruit they weren't allowed to eat, and were tempted into doing so by a talking snake with legs.

Yeah! Uh huh! That all makes perfect sense.

I've been becoming more and more agnostic lately.

Also . . . the Republicans all believe that the earth is only 6000 years old, and that Noah and his three sons went out into the world and brought back polar bears from the north pole, penguins from the south pole, and kangaroos from Australia, and that they put saddles on dinosaurs and rode them back to the ark!

And some of these bed-wetting ignoramuses want to run for President???


There's probably not a dry pair of pants among them!

Fat Bastard said...


Teddy I would love it if you would post some of these comments on Bigger Fatter Politics and Medical Holocaust. Your opinions and insights carry a lot of weight in the blogosphere.

As usual your erudition is spot on. You are a wise and fat man.