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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Everybody Knows This Is Nowhere

The poor are shunned by all their relatives
 how much more do their friends avoid them! 
Though the poor pursue them with pleading, 
they are nowhere to be found.


Truth is nowhere to be found, 
and whoever shuns evil becomes a prey. 
The LORD looked and was displeased 
 that there was no justice.



The shepherds will have nowhere to flee,
the leaders of the flock no place to escape.
Jeremiah 25


250 comments:

  1. pbird1:06 PM

    goodness, Neil didn't age purty! I protest!

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  2. pbird1:08 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Aaah-T0PBD0&feature=g-vrec


    crap!!!!

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  3. BabbaZee1:11 PM

    llololollolollo


    I PROTEST!

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  4. BabbaZee1:13 PM

    Kinks for MODs!

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  5. BabbaZee1:14 PM

    it does not matter if a man does not age purty he can still be considered sexy and people want to fuck him

    only matters if you are female

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  6. BabbaZee1:15 PM

    and nothing on me is aging purty so the end.

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  7. BabbaZee1:27 PM

    Brotherhood calls on Jordanians to take to streets
    http://www.jpost.com/MiddleEast/Article.aspx?id=286356



    the Jordanian royalty has dominion over the Temple mount

    this is about Jerusalem



    I know I say it every time I post something on it but it can not be said enough



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  8. BabbaZee1:28 PM

    “I don’t think Jordan is on the same Arab Spring track as
    other countries, but we are looking at a new peak of these demonstrations. It’s
    normal that when dialogue channels are closed, people will go to the streets,”
    says Oraib Rantawi, founder and director-general of the d Al Quds Center for
    Political Studies in Amman.
    The dialogue in question is between the government
    and the Muslim Brotherhood, as well as a variety of other organizations
    demanding reform. King Abdullah II, who ascended the throne following the death
    of his father King Hussein in 1999, has sworn to answer demands for reform and
    says he will hold new elections by the end of the year.
    But many say the
    mode of elections the king has on offer promise to bring a “copy and paste” of
    the same kind of parliament, Rantawi explains.

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  9. BabbaZee1:30 PM

    “The Muslim Brothers have been demonstrating every Friday,
    from the same place, from a mosque in the middle of the town, for the last year
    and a half,” says Tariq Masarweh, columnist from Al Rai Newspaper, and a former
    Minister of Culture.
    “They prepared some cameramen to take shots while the
    worshippers are leaving the mosque. So the demonstrations, which is something
    like 500 people, looks as if it’s 5,000,” he quips.
    “I think the
    Brotherhood is asking for some blood in the streets. They are trying to provoke
    the policemen to shoot somebody or hit somebody, because so far, no one tried to
    stop them. On the contrary, the police gave them water on the hot days and let
    them demonstrate,” he says.

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  10. BabbaZee1:30 PM

    “The Brotherhood wants to abolish the
    corruption from the government, but they don’t say how they want to reform. They
    say Islam is the solution, but they don’t really present solutions,” says
    Masarweh. “They are against the World Bank, they are against the peace treaty
    with Israel. In short, they want power.”

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  11. BabbaZee1:33 PM

    If there is one thing Breivik has always craved it is a public platform.
    Disturbingly, during his trial, he claimed: "Had the newspapers'
    columns been open to me, I wouldn't have had to kill all these people."
    Clearly a twisted justification but it did betray his true heart's
    desire. The concern is that now his murderous notoriety has given him
    the political platform he craved, he will produce some sort of
    anti-Islamic modern day version of Mein Kampf. If he does, it
    should be consigned to the bin as the delusional outpourings of a madman
    – the dilemma is that the court ruled him sane. Indeed, it is public
    knowledge that he intends to write three books; the first
    autobiographical detailing how he blew up eight people in Oslo and shot
    another 69 at a political rally on the island of Utøya – the second
    insidious volume will outline his warped ideological philosophy and the
    third will map his ideal Europe.
    http://www.publicserviceeurope.com/article/2526/stop-anders-breivik-joining-homicide-entertainment-industry

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  12. BabbaZee1:35 PM

    Disturbingly, during his trial, he claimed: "Had the newspapers' columns been open to me, I wouldn't have had to kill all these people."



    right. He HAD to kill them because no one would pay attention to him.


    If this is justification I suppose should have taken out the entire city by the time I was 8!!!

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  13. Storagemanager1:54 PM

    Vice Jester..............

    Joe Biden Confused, Thinks He’s Campaigning For Romney: “The Middle Class Has Been Buried Over The Last FOUR Years”…
    He does know the administration he’s part of has been running the show for the last four years, right? http://weaselzippers.us/

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  14. pbird1:54 PM

    I still protest!

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  15. pbird1:55 PM

    he must be on something

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  16. pbird1:59 PM

    Battle for Jerusalem came while I was gone. Gotta go look at that too.

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  17. pbird2:00 PM

    mhm, not fair but there it is. haha

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  18. BabbaZee2:01 PM

    excellent it explains it all

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  19. pbird2:02 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N8EVNdbbYoA&feature=g-vrec

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  20. BabbaZee2:03 PM

    he must have the same issues with time y math that I have llllololololollolollolllllo

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  21. BabbaZee2:09 PM

    best band of new century!

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  22. pbird2:14 PM

    nice and gritty

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  23. pbird2:21 PM

    Jets going over. Always a little freaky.

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  24. BabbaZee2:24 PM

    In Queens where I went to the wedding planes were going by every second right near JFK y LaGuardia

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  25. pbird2:28 PM

    but thats normal for those airports....i is on the ends of the world nowhere near anything but Paine field where they sneak in people they want to sneak in..

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  26. pbird2:34 PM

    for real

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  27. pbird2:35 PM

    House: U.S. Embassy in Libya asked for extra security, request denied
    http://washingtonexaminer.com/house-u.s.-embassy-in-libya-asked-for-extra-security-request-denied/article/2509580#.UGsz10ZMdtj

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  28. Grammy Cracker2:43 PM

    I was just posting this when I noticed you re on it. My 'lady parts' and I decline. LOL

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  29. Grammy Cracker2:45 PM

    Bastids.

    My grandson is over in the Straits of Hormuz again.
    :'-(

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  30. BabbaZee2:52 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-n9FLlBU_s&feature=youtu.be

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  31. BabbaZee2:54 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xgPJtIpQtjo
    Listen to the Lion - Van Morrison


    And all my tears have flown
    All my tears like water flown
    And all my tears like water flown
    All my tears like-a water flown

    For the lion
    For the lion
    For the lion
    For the lion
    Inside of me

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  32. pbird3:05 PM

    lol! right!

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  33. pbird3:07 PM

    shocking and offensive!

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  34. pbird3:09 PM

    so impressive he is

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  35. pbird3:12 PM

    i know all those photos like they were my people

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  36. BabbaZee3:16 PM

    shit

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  37. BabbaZee3:16 PM

    yes very!!

    especially to me having grown up in NY

    The Israel day thing they do not do this they barricade people and try to arrest everyone!

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  38. BabbaZee3:16 PM

    yeahhhhh

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  39. pbird3:19 PM

    also so frightening for those who have to be there

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  40. pbird3:21 PM

    tangentwise Grammy, one of the funniest things I ever heard on the Red Green show, was Red referring to a man's
    "wedding tackle". hehehhe cute

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  41. pbird3:25 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RI4UdNPPg78

    don't let me drift too far

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  42. pbird3:52 PM

    http://www.velociworld.com/
    yeah, i hear that

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  43. pbird3:53 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Id7_2FBOtt8&feature=player_embedded

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  44. BabbaZee4:35 PM

    oo nice clear clip yeah

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  45. BabbaZee4:38 PM

    I visit a few websites I disagree with politically. I'd stick my head in
    a whorehouse window if I could get away with it. Curiosity. See what
    the other side is blathering on about. I don't comment, however. And I
    certainly do not argue. It is as ineffective as screaming into the face
    of a hurricane. I am intelligent enough to know that I will never
    convince them that my version of crazy is superior to theirs. Plus, I
    don't even like most of them. Leaving contrarian, angry comments merely
    debases myself into a conservation of sorts. Piss upon that.

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  46. BabbaZee4:40 PM

    I don't begrudge you your ignorance, because sometimes a horse will mulishly refuse
    to drink from the pool of knowledge. But he better not kick me. In
    other words, this is my soapbox. The difference is it is a voluntary
    place. I'm not placing it in anyone's living room, or anyone's
    streetcorner.

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  47. pbird5:42 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O8X8SeFFzm4&feature=related

    SOMEBODY never heard of em....

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  48. pbird5:47 PM

    There is No God!

    That’s what a university professor was yelling when he stripped naked in class (but leaving his socks on) and started walking around the classroom and halls. Looking at the pic I have to agree – there is no God.
    http://itsbigfurhat.com/main/there-is-no-god/

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  49. pbird5:49 PM

    Another student recalled:

    He was ranting about computers, Steve Jobs(pronounced Jobes), and how everything is just an act. He ran into the hallway and pressed his face up against the windows to the room and said something about him not yelling. Then he ran back in and started crying and pulled a dollar out of his wallet for some reason. At this point we all knew he had completely lost it. He started yelling profanities and something about God. He went into the hallway and continued yelling as he made his way through the building. Class got out early so I don’t know for sure what happened then.

    sorry the source here is the blaze. so i dunno but there is some data

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  50. pbird5:50 PM

    http://gawker.com/5947979/msu-math-professor-breaks-down-removes-his-clothes-in-front-of-class
    some more here

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  51. BabbaZee6:56 PM

    how everything is just an act


    mmhmm

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  52. BabbaZee6:57 PM

    pray for me the crazy meter is off the charts in here

    did you know that I do nothing??


    be back if I can

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  53. Skip V. Patel III Bangalore7:23 PM

    We do indeed pray for youse young lady.

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  54. Skip V. Patel III Bangalore7:28 PM

    GREAT VIDEOS and wonderful muzika.... I was of course a bit disappointed with the exclusion of "Sweetholme Alabama"

    Pity!

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  55. Grammy Cracker7:44 PM

    Not an act... happened here. We've been getting this all day on local radio.

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  56. Grammy Cracker7:45 PM

    OY, you too? So sorry, Babba. I pray.

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  57. pbird8:14 PM

    oh crap....

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  58. BabbaZee8:55 PM

    thanks

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  59. BabbaZee8:55 PM

    The shepherds will have nowhere to flee,

    the leaders of the flock no place to escape.

    ~
    Jeremiah 25

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  60. BabbaZee8:56 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhcflDSUMvc

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  61. BabbaZee8:58 PM

    oy Grammy

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  62. BabbaZee8:59 PM

    no he was yelling that everything is an act with people and he is right

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  63. BabbaZee8:59 PM

    deprived person

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  64. Grammy Cracker9:04 PM

    I thought that you thought it was an act....


    *channeling Emily Litella* Never mind.

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  65. pbird9:08 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvD5cW989Wo&feature=g-vrec

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  66. pbird9:10 PM

    Paul Johnson points out that it was Joseph who was of the house of David. Oy. Our minds our minds are full of ancient catholics.

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  67. BulgarWheat9:30 PM

    Yeah,...I know the feeling.

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  68. pbird9:31 PM

    Researchers from the U.S. Naval Surface Warfare Center have developed malicious software that can remotely seize control of the camera on an infected smartphone and employ it to spy on the phone’s user.

    The malware, dubbed “PlaceRaider,” “allows remote hackers to reconstruct rich, three-dimensional models of the smartphone owner’s personal indoor spaces through completely opportunistic use of the camera,” the researchers said in a study published last week.
    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2012/oct/2/new-software-uses-smartphone-camera-spying/

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  69. BabbaZee9:48 PM

    not so smart to have smartphone

    Bulgar I see you rang but I can not talk till manyana I can type though no one can hear that

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  70. BabbaZee9:59 PM

    Police just gave me some insider information, apparently he smoked meth before class.
    http://www.reddit.com/r/WTF/comments/10rumx/my_math_teacher_just_stripped_naked_during_class/
    Oy. it is probably a lie.

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  71. BabbaZee10:01 PM

    "As a criminal justice major I can tell you that rehabilitation in our
    current system is a joke. Its all about retribution and recidivism.
    While people will tell you the opposite, the corrections and legal
    systems seem to me stacked in order to make sure the individuals keep
    coming back. That means that the money keeps coming with them."

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  72. BabbaZee10:02 PM

    these are the students chatting there

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  73. BabbaZee10:03 PM

    "When private prisons are the fastest growing business in our nation
    there is a problem. At least I think that is a serious problem."

    well good for these kids anyway at least some of them seem to be aware of their surroundings

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  74. No way of knowing yet, maybe ever.

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  75. BabbaZee10:05 PM

    "Nothing says "get the fuck away world" like being naked and screaming though."

    yah

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  76. especially if you are old and stout

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  77. BabbaZee10:06 PM

    he could not endure it is all

    the endure is a bitch

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  78. BabbaZee10:06 PM

    or just no butt ugly.

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  79. lol! that'll show em to back up!

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  80. BabbaZee10:08 PM

    As someone who is also in
    this class, I can confirm his eccentricity. He wore the same set of
    clothes every single day up until today, and his mind never seemed to be
    stable. Everyone in the class could probably have seen this coming from
    day one, it was just a matter of time until it happened. He made the
    weirdest analogies, the most notable being about beating his wife.

    Edit: I've been told it's a political term or something. "When did
    you stop beating your wife?" Implying you beat your wife in the first
    place making it an unanswerable question. I'm not sure how it related to
    math, but it's what I remember.

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  81. BabbaZee10:09 PM

    oy!

    I can understand ripping all your clothes off running down halls or streets or wherever and screaming then just collapsing I have had to control myself from doing it so many times

    tonight included

    poor bastid

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  82. yeah, they didn't know what he was talkin about

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  83. I have at times thought I might just fall and cease functioning, but never thought about stripping first for some reason...

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  84. BabbaZee10:10 PM

    He went between apologizing, yelling at us for sucking at math, and just plain gibberish.


    Maybe it wasn't gibberish.

    Maybe it was math.

    After all, how would you all know math from gibberish? You suck at it

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  85. BabbaZee10:11 PM

    Random. He was just teaching and then started talking, then crying, then angry and screaming and shit.

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  86. BabbaZee10:12 PM

    And the photo is now picked up by Gawker, being spread everywhere.

    I feel bad for the man. The nervous breakdown would have surely ended
    his career, but then to have your naked photos splayed everywhere for
    people to laugh at. Seems pretty scummy.

    yes scummy

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  87. BabbaZee10:13 PM

    Edit: Its ok to laugh at and make fun of a helpless human being in
    turmoil - because its the internet? I hope its never one of your
    parents or children or friends that you see like this. I understand OP
    may have been nervously lmao. He could also delete this post and be
    kind to someone. And those less compassionate among you could practice
    being better human beings. And those being cruel could learn to be less
    of a dick toward your fellow humans.

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  88. BabbaZee10:13 PM

    I think about tearing all my hair out and screaming and running

    the naked part I would likely skip but I can understand the urge to tear at my clothes

    I would probably be only partially naked

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  89. the truly modern are like chickens when confronting the wounded or weird...chickens just eat them pick by pick

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  90. maybe we shouldn't! though its kinda of neat to think of

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  91. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2OVtpnpCOKM

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  92. BabbaZee10:20 PM

    Jesus Christ, you guys are a right bunch of shits. This poor guy is
    obviously sick and suffering and you're all lmao-ing and going on and on
    about how hilariously awesome it was. Have some compassion for your
    fellow man you sick fucks.

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  93. BabbaZee10:21 PM

    the professor is not being charged with a
    crime.
    http://police.msu.edu/crimealert10012012.asp
    well that's good
    but he is in a psych ward now so that is bad

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  94. BabbaZee10:22 PM

    Willie Nelson wrote it

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  95. had no idea

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  96. why is this case such a big deal? i wonder. because people lose it all the time....

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  97. Aosuke10:28 PM

    think maybe we need a forum...
    ICANHELP!

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  98. forums are ugly and look old fashioned! are you some old person?

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  99. smoochies!

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  100. Aosuke10:32 PM

    Oh you don't like forums?
    oh that makes sense...We can always make a image board
    I can imagine it now
    http://Jewchan.org/H/

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  101. BabbaZee10:32 PM

    what is the difference between this crap and a forum?

    I know zero not only am I old I am retarded. Have mercy.

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  102. take a look at Slashdot....that is a forum

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  103. Aosuke10:35 PM

    A forum has catagories.

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  104. BabbaZee10:36 PM

    more shit to confuse me

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  105. slashdot.org

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  106. BabbaZee10:37 PM

    I dont know what I like

    I would like this better if it were pop out and larger
    if it had a link at the bottom of each thread to find comments like the old one

    simple I would like it SIMPLE

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  107. oh he could probably set it up like your excell dealie where you dont have to do the bother, but i think they look funky

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  108. Aosuke10:37 PM

    Bad example is bad.
    http://gbatemp.net/index

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  109. BabbaZee10:38 PM

    I can;t open your link it takes me to a screen that says PARSING ERROR blahblalllllllaaahhh

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  110. that is exactly the type of forum that looks like a pile of sawdust and twigs to me....too much print...makes no sense

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  111. BabbaZee10:39 PM

    I fuckin hate those

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  112. we are hyper sensitive to how it looks and dont want to lose the look of the present blog.....

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  113. BabbaZee10:40 PM

    right

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  114. BabbaZee10:42 PM

    I did make this but have not worked on it can not figure out how and have not had the time
    http://repenthouse.wordpress.com/
    I dont know what problems the inherent commenting system on that has

    or does not have

    regarding flowing conversations

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  115. BabbaZee10:43 PM

    i dunno I am sooo cornfused

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  116. BabbaZee10:43 PM

    4.3 mb - OFF COAST OF OREGON

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  117. that looks simple. does it let you post all this crazy stuff we post?

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  118. BabbaZee10:44 PM

    I dont know

    I dont know anything all I did was make that main page look like that and it took me a month to figure how to do that

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  119. BabbaZee10:45 PM

    when I first got this thing it took me many months to set it up many

    it was here for a long time before I really used it

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  120. BabbaZee10:45 PM

    I am bad at this sort of thing takes me a very long time

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  121. hey i posted a youtube on the wordpress one and it embedded nice as could be

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  122. BabbaZee10:49 PM

    I replied it posted right back
    that may be the way to go

    but I have to work on the thing it is not set up and i dont know how to use it or post a post etc

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  123. BabbaZee10:50 PM

    just leave a big sign here last post MOVED

    save this thing but stop using it.. ??

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  124. yeah....don't lose all your posts!!!

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  125. bet he's sorry he offered to help the old people....lol...Schmammal come back!

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  126. BabbaZee10:52 PM

    HALP US SCHMAMMAL!

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  127. haven't figgered out how to post an image yet....gotta be a way!

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  128. BabbaZee10:53 PM

    well one day I will for sure

    and this thing says it imported the old comments but it did not

    not that the old comments are so keepable

    but if I just abandon this with last post MOVED TO .... it will be here till the overlords delete it

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  129. BabbaZee10:54 PM

    Idunno keep at it we HAVE to be able to post images or it is a deal breaker llollol

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  130. oh man, you're right!

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  131. gotta be a way to stash it....download it onto an external drive and bury it in the backyard!

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  132. BabbaZee10:59 PM

    maybe from the back end there is a way to allow it ??

    I will look manyana

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  133. BabbaZee11:02 PM

    well I should probably try to sleep

    I am loopy

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  134. BabbaZee11:05 PM

    God bless Keith Richards

    and his Home For Aging Sluts



    The Keith Richards Home For Aging Sluts




    ATT: The Gummo Marxist Wing

    1818 No Fuckin' Way!


    Virtual Goshen, Blogistan

    66609

    https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=babbazee%40cs%2ecom&lc=US&item_name=The%20Keith%20Richards%20Home%20For%20Aging%20Sluts&no_note=0&currency_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donate_LG%2egif%3aNonHostedGuest


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6IkHXZaLXI

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  135. okie good idea huh

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  136. nighty night~!

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  137. Klimt, old woman

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  138. Wyeth, beloved painter of you know who

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  139. pbird1:09 AM

    i love Sargent

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  140. pbird1:11 AM

    this Chase guy too...the rough slabs of paint add up to a delicate pink dress

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  141. pbird1:17 AM

    so good with the paint

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  142. pbird1:17 AM

    goodnight...!

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  143. BulgarWheat4:23 AM

    the girl's birthday dinner was uneventful. the cheesecake factory. at least the wife ran 3 red lights on the way home,...in honor of course for the girl with far away eyes.

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  144. BulgarWheat5:43 AM

    AFP - Vice President Joe Biden inadvertently tossed raw meat to
    Republican rivals Tuesday barely 24 hours ahead of the first
    presidential debate, saying the middle class has been "buried" during
    the last four years.

    Joe is the gift that just keeps on giving....

    http://www.france24.com/en/20121003-biden-gaffe-eve-us-presidential-debate

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  145. BulgarWheat5:43 AM

    time to roust the critters out of bed and get this day started.

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  146. BabbaZee7:22 AM

    llololollllllo

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  147. BabbaZee7:26 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwU582Jw2V8

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  148. BabbaZee7:29 AM

    A multibillion-dollar information-sharing program created in the
    aftermath of 9/11 has improperly collected information about innocent
    Americans and produced little valuable intelligence on terrorism, a
    Senate report concludes. It portrays an effort that ballooned far beyond
    anyone's ability to control.


    What began as an attempt to put local, state and federal officials in
    the same room analyzing the same intelligence has instead cost huge
    amounts of money for data-mining software, flat screen televisions and,
    in Arizona, two fully equipped Chevrolet Tahoes that are used for
    commuting, investigators found.


    The lengthy, bipartisan report is a scathing evaluation of what the
    Department of Homeland Security has held up as a crown jewel of its
    security efforts. The report underscores a reality of post-9/11
    Washington: National security programs tend to grow, never shrink, even
    when their money and manpower far surpass the actual subject of
    terrorism. Much of this money went for ordinary local crime-fighting.


    Disagreeing with the critical conclusions of the report, Homeland
    Security says it is outdated, inaccurate and too focused on information
    produced by the program, ignoring benefits to local governments from
    their involvement with federal intelligence officials.


    Because of a convoluted grants process set up by Congress, Homeland
    Security officials don't know how much they have spent in their
    decade-long effort to set up so-called fusion centers in every state.
    Government estimates range from less than $300 million to $1.4 billion
    in federal money, plus much more invested by state and local
    governments. Federal funding is pegged at about 20 percent to 30
    percent.


    Despite that, Congress is unlikely to pull the plug. That's because,
    whether or not it stops terrorists, the program means politically
    important money for state and local governments.


    A Senate Homeland Security subcommittee reviewed more than 600
    unclassified reports over a one-year period and concluded that most had
    nothing to do with terrorism. The panel's chairman is Democrat Carl
    Levin of Michigan, the ranking Republican Tom Coburn of Oklahoma.


    "The subcommittee investigation could identify no reporting which
    uncovered a terrorist threat, nor could it identify a contribution such
    fusion center reporting made to disrupt an active terrorist plot," the
    report said.


    When fusion centers did address terrorism, they sometimes did so in
    ways that infringed on civil liberties. The centers have made headlines
    for circulating information about Ron Paul supporters, the ACLU,
    activists on both sides of the abortion debate, war protesters and
    advocates of gun rights.


    One fusion center cited in the Senate investigation wrote a report
    about a Muslim community group's list of book recommendations. Others
    discussed American citizens speaking at mosques or talking to Muslim
    groups about parenting.


    No evidence of criminal activity was contained in those reports. The
    government did not circulate them, but it kept them on government
    computers. The federal government is prohibited from storing information
    about First Amendment activities not related to crimes.


    http://lubbockonline.com/filed-online/2012-10-02/intelligence-effort-improperly-collected-information-about-innocent-citizens

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  149. BabbaZee7:38 AM

    everyone is fucking insane.



    The Libya Surprise


    Why what happened in Benghazi is actually great for America.

    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/10/02/benghazi_libya_obama_stevens

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  150. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    For the first time in his official capacity as the de facto president
    of Libya, National Congress chief Mohammed Magarief openly espoused that
    Libya should be a ‘secular’ state where politics and religion are
    separated.

    http://www.saudigazette.com.sa/index.cfm?method=home.regcon&contentid=20121003138324

    Well it WAS a secular state - untill WE CAME WE SAW HE DIED

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  151. BabbaZee7:41 AM

    The irony is that Libya historically has never been a nation that had interpreted Shariah in a strict manner.



    right

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  152. Storagemanager7:46 AM

    Allah is Lucifer http://www.shoebat.com/2012/10/02/episode-20-allah-is-lucifer/

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  153. Storagemanager7:48 AM

    ISLAM...................
    KABUL — Afghanistan's senate voted to cut the word "friendship" from a pact with France because Islamic texts say it cannot be used to describe relations between Muslims and infidels, senators said Tuesday.
    France, which has seen 88 of its troops killed as part of the NATO coalition backing the Afghan government against Taliban insurgents, signed the 20-year "friendship and cooperation treaty" earlier this year.
    "Some senators said that based on Sharia rulings we cannot use the word friendship with infidels, so after voting the word friendship was replaced with relationship," Senator Zahra Sharifi told AFP.
    The move, which amounts simply to a recommendation as the senate has the power only to approve or reject the document, not to amend it, apparently embarrassed some senators http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5iVlOtVpgHuRpgUGq7DfClA-pPCRQ?docId=CNG.f31358aea7c19f04d766f5c6c315e488.2e1

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  154. Storagemanager7:52 AM

    'To annihilate Israel we need 24 hours, an excuse'....
    “If such a war does happen, it would not be a long war, and it would benefit the entire Islamic umma [the global community of Muslims]. We have expertise in fighting wars of attrition and Israel cannot fight a war of attrition,” Shirazi said, referring to Iran’s eight-year war of attrition against Iraq. http://www.jpost.com/IranianThreat/News/Article.aspx?id=286360

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  155. BabbaZee7:55 AM

    The White House, the CIA and U.S. Africa Command all declined to comment.
    "There
    are no plans at this stage for unilateral U.S. military operations" in
    the region, Pentagon spokesman George Little said Tuesday, adding that
    the focus was on helping African countries build their own forces.
    For
    the Special Operations Command, spokesman Col. Tim Nye would not
    discuss "the missions and or locations of its counterterrorist forces"
    except to say that special operations troops are in 75 countries daily
    conducting missions.




    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_US_NORTH_AFRICA_TERROR?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-10-03-02-37-36

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  156. Ben Lucas7:59 AM

    My weasel has an Infraguard T-Shirt!

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  157. BabbaZee8:01 AM

    In fact, the hallmark of Romney's foreign policy critique
    has been self-contradiction. He has insisted
    that Obama has "abandoned the Freedom Agenda" of George W. Bush, but also described
    the democratic election of an Islamist as president of Egypt as a calamity for
    which Obama is responsible. Romney himself doesn't seem to accept Bush's
    magical faith in liberty, but can't bring himself to say so. The only unifying
    theme of his foreign policy critique has been opportunism. Oh, and "strength."
    And not apologizing. Of course, Romney seems to have very few fixed convictions
    about anything: he was for health care reform before he was against it, for
    abortion rights before he was against them, and so on.

    http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/09/28/will_the_real_mitt_romney_please_stand_up

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GX-PA_0C5go

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  158. Storagemanager8:03 AM

    White House mulling how to face al-Qaeda threat in North Africa that they helped enable
    Libyan rebellion has Islamic supremacist flavor -- Jihad Watch, March 17, 2011U.S., Britain join strikes on Libya -- Jihad Watch, March 19, 2011"America is now at war to protect a Libyan province that's been an epicenter of anti-American jihad" -- Jihad Watch., March 22, 2011Libyan rebel commander admits his fighters have al-Qaeda links -- Jihad Watch, March 25, 2011Fantasy-based policymaking is the order of the day, and everyone knows that I'm just a greasy Islamophobe with no "credibility," but if my warnings had been heeded in 2011, Ambassador Stevens would still be alive, and Obama wouldn't have to be holding "secret" meetings about how to contain al-Qaeda in North Africa. For al-Qaeda's increased activity and power in North Africa, Barack Obama has no one to blame but himself."Secret White House meetings focus on al-Qaida in North Africa," by Craig Whitlock for The Washington Post, October 1 (thanks to Anne Crockett):The White House has held a series of secret meetings in recent months to examine the threat posed by al-Qaida's franchise in North Africa and consider for the first time whether to prepare for unilateral strikes, U.S. officials said. http://www.jihadwatch.org/

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  159. Anonymous8:03 AM

    OY !!!

    This is a pain in da arse

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  160. BabbaZee8:04 AM

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_US_NORTH_AFRICA_TERROR?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2012-10-03-02-37-36

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  161. Storagemanager8:05 AM

    damn...took the dog out and tripped...tore up my hand.

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  162. BabbaZee8:06 AM

    awww

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  163. Anonymous8:06 AM

    FORUMS ARE FUGLY.

    This is AI btw. Just in case you didn't recognize me.

    I has created a Wordpress account for you Babbs - years ago. I guess you never checked it out. I lost all the passwords now and stuff since my outlook crashed.

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  164. Klaus Barbie8:06 AM

    Oh... and aspirin was founded by a Bayer employee, Arthur Eichengrun. But Eichengrun was Jewish, and Bayer didn't want to admit that a Jewish guy created the one product that keeps their company in business. So, to this day, Bayer officially gives credit to Felix Hoffman, a nice Aryan man, for inventing aspirin. (Source: Alliance for Human Research Protection, Pharmaceutical Achievers)

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  165. Klaus Barbie8:07 AM

    Siemens. Siemens took slave laborers during
    the Holocaust and had them help construct the gas chambers that would
    kill them and their families. Good people over there.


    Siemens also has the single biggest post-Holocaust moment of insensitivity of any of the companies on this list. In
    2001, they tried to trademark the word "Zyklon" (which means "cyclone"
    in German) to become the name a new line of products... including a line
    of gas ovens.


    Zyklon, of course, being the name of the poison gas used in their gas chambers during the Holocaust.


    A week later, after several watchdog groups appropriately freaked out,
    Siemens withdrew the application. They said they never drew the
    connection between the Zyklon B gas used during the Holocaust and their
    proposed Zyklon line of products. (Source: BBC)

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  166. Klaus Barbie8:08 AM

    Chase bank. A lot of banks sided with the Nazis during World War Two. Chase is the most prominent.


    They froze European Jewish customers' accounts and were extremely cooperative in providing banking service to Germany. (Source: New York Times)

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  167. Klaus Barbie8:09 AM

    IBM. IBM custom-build machines for the Nazis that they could use to track everything... from oil supplies to train schedules into death camps to Jewish bank accounts to individual Holocaust victims themselves.


    In September of 1939, when Germany invaded Poland, the "New York Times"
    reported that three million Jews were going to be "immediately removed"
    from Poland and were likely going to be "exterminat[ed]."


    IBM's reaction? An internal memo saying that, due to that "situation",
    they really needed to step up production on high-speed alphabetizing
    equipment. (Source: CNet)

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  168. Storagemanager8:10 AM

    Bigots,Racist......Bastards are against Bear Marriage!...............The melting Arctic ice has brought polar bears and grizzly bears together and their hybrid offspring, known as "pizzlies," have been detected on Canadian islands. It is a trend that is happening with other species as well, and scientists are worried because it poses a risk to biodiversity. http://www.spiegel.de/international/

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  169. BulgarWheat8:15 AM

    the stories I could tell you..........

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  170. Storagemanager8:15 AM

    'Iran mistakenly fired on its
    own aircraft'


    Secret Pentagon report exposed
    by New York Times suggests Iran's military was so wary of Israeli airstrike in
    2008 it mistakenly fired on civilian and even military jets http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  171. Anonymous8:17 AM

    Wordpress uses disqus too.

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  172. BabbaZee8:20 AM

    Riot police in Iran have clashed with protesters in the capital over sharp falls in the currency, the rial.

    Tear gas was used to disperse the demonstrators, some of whom
    were setting fire to tyres and rubbish bins. There were many arrests,
    reports say.

    Eyewitnesses told the BBC that scores of people gathered
    outside the central bank, calling for the governor to stand down,
    chanting anti-government slogans.

    The rial has plummeted to record lows against the US dollar in recent days.

    Up to 100 angry traders and official money lenders gathered
    in front of Iran's central bank. But they were attacked by riot police
    and dispersed, eyewitnesses told BBC Persian.


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-19812482

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  173. Klaus Barbie8:20 AM

    FEMA is here to help..... now get on the train.

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  174. BabbaZee8:22 AM

    Vatican police inspector Silvano Carli
    said that of the hundreds of thousands of documents seized from
    Gabriele's home — they filled 82 moving boxes — about 1,000 were of
    interest since they were original or photocopied Vatican documents.
    Some
    came from the pope's office, some carried the processing codes of the
    secretariat of state, others originated in various Vatican congregations
    "and some documents concerned the total privacy and private life of the
    Holy Father," said police officer Stefano De Santis.
    He
    said some of the originals carried the pope's handwriting with a note
    to destroy them written in German. Some were reproduced in journalist Gianluigi Nuzzi's book "His Holiness: Pope Benedict XVI's secret papers," he said.


    http://www.chron.com/news/article/Vatican-police-testify-in-trial-of-pope-s-butler-3914281.php

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  175. Storagemanager8:22 AM

    With every new bit of information surfacing about the "Innocence of Muslims" movie trailer and its shady producer, it is looking more and more like the movie was part of an Islamist provocation, in which the film was produced to provide a pretext for widespread attacks against our embassies throughout the Middle East. It comes complete with cover story and perfect dupes. Let's review.

    Read more: Family Security Matters http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/innocence-film-a-premeditated-provocation-for-islamic-terror#ixzz28Eou9n7H
    Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

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  176. BabbaZee8:23 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kKqmvNQAA5E&feature=related

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  177. BabbaZee8:23 AM

    as me was saying.....

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  178. BabbaZee8:24 AM

    WE did this

    it has CIA all over it

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  179. BabbaZee8:24 AM

    this means you also have to place under suspicion all the so called ANTI JIHADISTS who were promoting it long before the attacks

    you know who they are

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  180. Anonymous8:25 AM

    You can try INTENSE DEBATE for a 3rd party comment system.

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  181. BabbaZee8:25 AM

    The rest of the documentation concerned esoteric religious issues and
    academic research into Freemasonry, Christianity, Buddhism, yoga and
    politicians, as well as the Vatican Bank, the officers said.


    http://www.chron.com/news/article/Vatican-police-testify-in-trial-of-pope-s-butler-3914281.php

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  182. Anonymous8:29 AM

    This thing doesn't update on the iPhone.

    Doesn't work at all on my computer.

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  183. AI ICUS8:35 AM

    Soooo I posted several times as ANONYMOUS via my iphone...
    Of course, none of the posts have shown up here...

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  184. BabbaZee8:36 AM

    you have to register with DISQUS apparently

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  185. Grammy Cracker8:36 AM

    Must to drive 20 miles this morning just to get blood drawn. Bah. Phooey. Blech.


    LOL I'm hoping if I sit here for a while it will at least stop raining.

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  186. BabbaZee8:37 AM

    Does anyone know how truly evil Ayn Rand was?

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2012/oct/02/pity-the-billionaire-thomas-frank-review

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  187. Storagemanager8:40 AM

    Gamers Demand Bigger Breasts http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2012/10/02/video-gamers-demand-bigger-breasts/?intcmp=features

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  188. BabbaZee8:40 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v22VOSGAzyI

    Paul Jones loves him some Bee Gees

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  189. AI ICUS8:46 AM

    According to the Guardian, Ayn Rand is evil - yet, they can't seem to kiss enough ass while eulogizing Hobsbwan - the man that found excuses for the likes of Stalin & his penchant for starving people to death...
    Mannnnnnnnnnnnn ain't communism grand?!?
    WOO HOO Ayn Rand IS EVIL...

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  190. Storagemanager8:47 AM

    Explosions Heard in Lebanon Mountains



    Three explosions were heard Wednesday coming from a mountainous area in the Baalbek region, Lebanese news agencies report. The cause of the blasts is not clear. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/Flash.aspx/251104

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