About

Call Me Stormy was suckled by she-wolves on Monster Island after rising up, on a half-shell,  from the radioactive surf. In the grand tradition of Gamera, Call Me Stormy is slow to anger, but will poke his head out of his shell and unleash flying fury when prodded and provoked.

Pet Peeves: Monorails, monolithic liberals and entrees lacking MSG.

Favorite aperitif: Billy Beer with a Fanta blue raspberry Slurpee chaser.

Motto: No cow is so sacred that it can’t be tipped over and udderly exposed.

Secret Ambition: To be accepted into the brotherhood as the fifth Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtle.

Contact: Click your heels three times and wait for the Stormy beam to flash in the night sky.

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  1. Hello, Stormy, you’ve got a nice set-up here, Welcome to the dextrosphere! Thank you for linking me in your sidebar, you’ve got quite the impressive lists of links and I am honored to be included there! I’m going to add you to my blogroll too.

    • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
      Call Me Stormy on said:

      Hi Zilla,

      Thanks for the encouragement and for adding Call Me Stormy to your blogroll. My site is new, but I’ve spent a few years figuring out what I wanted to accomplish here, and hopefully you can see from the content, focus and design where this is headed. Thanks again for your support and sending some traffic this way. Take care.

  2. Wild Bill for America – Florida – Retired Law Enforcement officer and former Deputy U.S. Marshal. Bill's mission in life is to call Americans back to the God and Country principles that founded this nation and are the key to preserving freedom in the USA.
    Wild Bill for America on said:

    Hello Stormy! Thanks for posting some of my videos. Love your work and congratulations on one of the best blog sites out there….keep tipping those cows, hell, I’ll join you!

    • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
      Call Me Stormy on said:

      Wild Bill, thanks for the kind words. Enjoy your site immensely. Keep giving ’em hell.

      • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
        Call Me Stormy on said:

        Hey Wild Bill. We’re back! During our recent hiatus, our callmestormy.com url was hijacked by a rather risque video blogger. But now we’re back casting sunlight where it’s needed and adhering to our motto that no cows are so sacred that they can’t be tipped over and udderly exposed. Come rejoin us at http://www.callmestormy.wordpress.com

    • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
      Call Me Stormy on said:

      Hi Kelly. No. The pic is of Circe and Ulysses. She was a Greek “enchantress” who would transform men into pigs if they offended her.

      • AJ Saw you on the Highwire and you said we could contact you to find out how to find how much our State is receiving from the Gov. to the State Board of Ed. Sincerely Anita

      • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
        Call Me Stormy on said:

        According to the video, the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief fund (ESSER III) provides a lot of the money for schools, depending on your state. We would suggest Googling ESSER III for more options. If this doesn’t work for you, contacting your state Department of Education is the next best option.

    • Call Me Stormy – United States – Come Rain, Hail, Sleet or Snow: Stormy’s on the case, casting sunlight when it’s needed. Or thunderbolts where they are required. The Stormster and guests will tackle all manner of topics — politics, arts and culture, social mores, science and fads, to name a few. We hope to both educate and entertain you with a mix of quips, essays, observations and occasional clarion calls to action.
      Call Me Stormy on said:

      Thanks for the compliment. Yes, we do read, pretty much non-stop. Hard to narrow down a list, though, without knowing whether you prefer fiction or non-fiction, history or art, religion or science. The Bible is a great starting point, obviously! But the Greek philosophers, Shakespeare, even some modern writers, are worth looking up.

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