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Monday, October 8, 2012

Lover's Cross

Then God said, 
“Take your son, your only son, 
whom you love~ 
Isaac~ 
and go to the region of Moriah.  
Sacrifice him there as a burnt offering 
on a mountain I will show you.”


“Gather to me this consecrated people, 
 who made a covenant with me by sacrifice.”


239 comments:

  1. BabbaZee8:34 AM





    Mitt Romney: arm the Syrian rebels

    Republican presidential candidate is to call for an escalation of the conflict in Syria in a major foreign policy address

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/oct/08/mitt-romney-arm-syrian-rebels



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  2. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    Interfaith allies of the Muslim Brotherhood legacy groups in the U.S. are now jumping into the controversy over Pamela Geller's pro-Israel, anti-jihad advertisements in New York City subways. Their outcry is not a spontaneous reaction to "hate speech." It is part of an organized pushback against critics of the Muslim Brotherhood affiliates, adopting "Islamophobia" as their line of attack.
    Geller's 10 ads state, "In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad." The premise is simple and true: Israel is civilized and is targeted by jihadist savages. All it did was acknowledge that there is a jihad. It did not assert or imply that all or most Muslims are part of the jihad or that the jihad is legitimate according to Islam.
    Nonetheless, the ads were accused of branding all Muslims as terrorists. Linda Sarsour, the executive director of the Arab American Association of New York, said, "You are talking about people like me being called a ‘savage.'" Interfaith groups eager to show off their bona fides sprung into action, nonetheless.

    Read more: Family Security Matters http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/brotherhood-interfaith-partners-pounce-on-anti-jihad-subway-ads#ixzz28i7AxS7T
    Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

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  3. BulgarWheat8:37 AM

    a regular Juan Carlos McLame.

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  4. BabbaZee8:39 AM

    same "30 advisers"

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  5. Storagemanager8:45 AM

    I see..said the blind man to the deaf man.

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  6. Storagemanager8:47 AM

    At Harvard Obama Approved of
    Restricting Speech to Protect Minorities..The 1991 Harvard Law School yearbook quoted the future President of the United States virtually shrugging his shoulders at the thought that non-liberal white students might take offense at restrictions on speech that minority students found objectionable. “I don’t see a lot of conservatives getting upset if minorities feel silenced,” Obama said, flipping the argument around.

    In addition to Obama, who was by then the former Harvard Law Review editor, the panel included several prominent Harvard law professors; the American Civil Liberties Union’s legal director; Justice Stephen Breyer, who then presided over the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit; and Brian Timmons, an Obama classmate who had been the managing editor of the Harvard Journal on Law and Public Policy, which describes itself as “the nation’s leading forum for conservative and libertarian legal scholarship.” http://newmediajournal.us/indx.php/item/7073

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  7. BulgarWheat8:49 AM

    very telling.

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  8. Storagemanager8:55 AM

    Murdered ambassador sent cable warning of threats on day of Benghazi attack http://hotair.com/archives/2012/10/08/murdered-ambassador-sent-cable-warning-of-threats-on-day-of-benghazi-attack/

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  9. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    well it is not as if the leper y I have not been telling everyone

    ahaha

    iGo ablute

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  10. BulgarWheat9:34 AM

    looks like I'm going to have a little work to catch up on today. no surprises I suppose.

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  11. pbird9:50 AM

    thats earth for ya

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  12. pbird9:51 AM

    weee, its a morning. Hi you guys.

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  13. BabbaZee9:51 AM

    Although the same deterrence is now in effect against terror
    organizations which have seized territory and power – Hamas and
    Hezbollah – the al-Qaeda-inspired terror organizations cannot be
    deterred. Once Assad falls, the radical elements can raid Syrian
    military bases, arm themselves with a range of devastating weapons, and
    turn their sights to the Israeli border.

    So the Arab winter continues to take shape.




    and the USA will provide these weapons
    NO MATTER WHO " WINS " the bogus fucking election



    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3389/syria-jihadi-attacks-israel

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  14. BabbaZee9:53 AM

    shalom

    Mitt is excited about arming the rebels should he be elected



    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/oct/08/mitt-romney-arm-syrian-rebels

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  15. pbird9:53 AM

    so i see. This time for sure!

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  16. BabbaZee9:55 AM

    get your official Syrian Rebel mustaches here

    http://www.hurriyetdailynews.com/arab-politicians-covet-tatlises-moustaches.aspx?pageID=238&nID=31866&NewsCatID=349

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  17. BabbaZee9:55 AM

    nothing changes and hardly anyone believes me

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  18. pbird9:56 AM

    oh crap, lol, idiots

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  19. pbird9:57 AM

    we love old Jim

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  20. BabbaZee9:57 AM

    do you want the Tom Selleck the Burt Reynolds the Saddam Hussein or the Christopher St Fag ?

    OH WAIT THEY ARE ALL THE SAME

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  21. pbird9:57 AM

    He had a swell moustache!

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  22. pbird9:58 AM

    nowdays they look very creepy

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  23. BabbaZee10:00 AM

    If a Nazi had just died and the main newspapers, the national
    broadcaster, leading right-wing politicians and others broke out into a
    wave of mourning, regret and "we shall not see his like" routines, you
    would worry that this could come back, wouldn't you? Most of all you
    would worry that no lessons at all appeared to have been learned. We do
    not have to imagine the dread of such a scenario, for we have just seen
    it. And the sight of it should freeze our blood, whether we believe
    ourselves on the "right" or on the "left."

    http://www.gatestoneinstitute.org/3388/eric-hobsbawm

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  24. BabbaZee10:05 AM

    Israel on the Ropes as US & NATO Pledge Support for Jihad


    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/israel-on-the-ropes-as-us-nato-pledge-support-for-jihad/

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  25. yeah, right

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  26. BabbaZee10:06 AM

    Note: Imagine if Israel were Turkey. NATO and the
    Islamist U.S. Administration would be carpet-bombing every secular and
    Christian enclave in Syria. Terrorist hideouts on the Turkish-Syrian
    border received six mortar rounds over a period of seven days. Turkey responded with thousands of high powered artillery rounds on Syrian cities.


    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/heavy-fighting-in-southern-israel-after-hamas-rocket-attacks/

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  27. The working assumption in Israeli defense circles is that sooner or later, Assad will fall, and Israel will have to deal with whatever will replace him.

    mhm

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  28. TANK, Pakistan (AP) -- Pakistan's military has blocked a convoy of thousands of people from entering a lawless tribal region along the border with Afghanistan to protest American drone strikes.

    The group was turned back just miles from the border of South Waziristan. Most of the demonstrators are Pakistanis, but there was also a small contingent of U.S. anti-war activists.

    The protesters were led by Imran Khan, a former Pakistani cricket star who is now a politician. After an hour of negotiations with the military, he announced that the caravan would backtrack to a city about nine miles away.

    In a speech there, he said the message to the United States is, "The more you carry out drone attacks, the more people will hate you."

    About three dozen Americans from the anti-war group CODEPINK were part of the march. They say the drone strikes have terrorized peaceful tribes living along the border and have killed many innocent civilians.

    http://www.wgme.com/template/inews_wire/wires.international/244aef8c-www.wgme.com.shtml

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  29. Chippen' Dale10:51 AM

    FSA Rebel: ‘We Won’t Stop Until Al-Qaeda Flag Raised Over White House’


    US Backed Al Qaeda/Muslim Brotherhood Terrorists Show Their True Colours







    Mitt Romney: arm the Syrian rebels


    Republican presidential candidate is to call for an escalation of the conflict in Syria in a major foreign policy address



    VoMitt

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  30. Between 1933 and 1945, the Nazis seized an estimated 650,000 works of art, taking them from Jewish families and grabbing so-called “degenerate” art — including works by Picasso, Matisse, Chagall and van Gogh — off the walls of German museums. Many of the plundered paintings and other works were destroyed, but others were sold abroad with the cash going back to the Nazi war machine.

    It took 50 years, but Jewish families thought they might finally receive some justice for this massive theft.

    More than 40 countries gathered in Washington, DC, in 1998 to discuss looted art and sign a set of principles about identifying such work and settling claims.

    The United States endorsed a declaration to investigate ownership of work that may have been in Europe during the Nazi era. The principles called for a “just and fair solution” to be reached if pre-war owners came forward to reclaim their art.


    Glenn Lowry, director of the Museum of Modern Art, pledged that MoMA “does not and will not knowingly exhibit stolen works of art.” MoMA and other New York museums promised to investigate their collections.
    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/that_nazi_loot_art_is_mein_18eatpbSRGsvvvUlrDROII?utm_source=SFnewyorkpost&utm_medium=SFnewyorkpost
    More than a decade later, MoMA has returned nothing.

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  31. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9K6ZeuoxkM&feature=g-vrec

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  32. if ya can

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  33. http://www.latimes.com/news/nationworld/nation/la-sci-obesity-screening-20120622,0,2815818.story

    I knew it would come to this....combine that with the new machine that can scan every detail of your metabolism...they will know what you have been eating.

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  34. BulgarWheat11:27 AM

    intrusive is the word that comes to mind.

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  35. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTsWs4FY6Gk&feature=g-vrec

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  36. BabbaZee11:41 AM

    fuckers

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  37. BabbaZee11:44 AM

    The Grosz family came forward in 2003 asking for the return of the three paintings in MoMA’s collection.
    Grosz,
    an Expressionist painter and Hitler critic known for his caricatures of
    German life, fled Nazi Germany in 1933, leaving many of his works in
    the hands of his Jewish art dealer, Alfred Flechtheim. The dealer left
    Germany, taking with him several Grosz paintings, which the family
    maintains he did not own.
    Flechtheim died of blood poisoning in
    London after stepping on a rusty nail. Art dealer Charlotte Weidler
    claims she inherited the portrait of Max Herrmann-Neisse, which the
    Grosz family disputes.
    It later ended up for sale at the New York
    City gallery of Curt Valentin. Valentin was a Jew who had been
    authorized by the Nazis to sell German art in foreign countries,
    according to scholar Jonathan Petropoulos, an expert witness for the
    Grosz family.
    Valentin sent the money back to Karl Buchholz, a
    Nazi agent and German gallery owner who passed on the revenue — minus
    his 25 percent commission — to the Nazi government, Petropoulos said.
    “Valentin
    proceeded to sell hundreds of works purged from German state museums in
    America,” said Petropoulos, a professor at Claremont McKenna College in
    California.

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  38. BabbaZee11:47 AM

    llollolllolllllolllo

    this fuckin guy.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RTVCvws7AYA&feature=related

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  39. BabbaZee11:51 AM

    http://www.phespirit.info/momus/19880103.htm

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  40. BabbaZee11:51 AM

    INVASIVE

    Intrusive is far milder

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  41. BulgarWheat11:51 AM

    Lt. Col. Andy Wood was the leader of the 16 member special forces team
    whose job it was to protect US personnel in Libya. His team’s mission
    ended in August a month before the deadly Al-Qaeda attack on 9-11. A six
    member mobile security team was also withdrawn around the same time.
    This was despite the fact that there were over a dozen attacks in the
    country this year. Lt. Col. Wood was subpoenaed to appear at a House
    committee hearing this coming week. Wood told CBS News it was
    unbelievable to him that the State Department withdrew security when
    they did because of the 13 security incidents before 9-11.

    scroll down for the post: http://ace.mu.nu/

    If Katrina was because bush hated blacks, then it stands to reason that obamao hates homosexuals. Si?

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  42. he is a genuine trip!

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  43. BulgarWheat11:52 AM

    maybe Hillary hates dykes? who knows? it's upside down world now.

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  44. oh yes!

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  45. BabbaZee11:53 AM

    he never fails to amuse me

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  46. But if I could live my life again the last thing that I'd be
    Is a Maoist intellectual in the music industry
    No, if I could live my life again I think I'd like to be
    The man whose job is to stop the men who think like me
    Yeah! If l could live my life again that'd be the thing to be
    The man who plots the stumbling blocks
    In the lives of the likes of me!

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  47. he is so damn smart

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  48. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P9tEhJy6KIo&feature=relmfu

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  49. Well Seth begat Clem and then Clem begat Ruth
    And then Ruth begat me and all hell broke loose
    The tribes all began to multiply and boom
    And, looking at their kids, no-one knew from whom
    The beautiful things kept springing
    Well I was born to be adored by women

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  50. Some guys can erect garden furniture
    That must be what God invented husbands for
    But if you need a milk chocolate in the shape of a man
    If you need a chunk of marzipan the size of Taiwan
    Look up the chimney, see what Santa's bringing
    Well I was born to be adored by women

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  51. BabbaZee12:01 PM

    ahaha

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  52. BulgarWheat12:05 PM

    that's always been my outlook on life.

    everyone else wants to fight in the steet, but it's much more creative and amusing to throw the monkey wrench into the machine. I've always been a vandal at heart.

    then again,....sometimes noses need to be broken.

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  53. really laughing

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  54. BabbaZee12:06 PM

    again with the tysonese

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  55. BulgarWheat12:08 PM

    tysonese?

    that's bulgarese. always has been always will be.

    creative vandalism can be pretty fun too. I bought the boy a large bottle of tide for the neighborhood fountain. Always a crowd pleaser.

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  56. BulgarWheat12:08 PM

    gotta raise them kids right don't cha know.

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  57. I was describing some of my adventures to the girl and she sez "you;re teaching me here..." pfft

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  58. BabbaZee12:10 PM

    no

    it is not Bulgarese you so not spend every word from your mouth talking about bashing peoples faces in and going to jail

    just for the last few days

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  59. BulgarWheat12:16 PM

    I'm starting to lean towards creative vandalism today. That's progress I think.

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  60. BabbaZee12:17 PM



    you know what I am telling you here

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  61. BulgarWheat12:39 PM

    'Enthusiasm' gap 13-point spread for Republican...

    My apathy gap has grown 1000%. It continues to grow.

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  62. BulgarWheat12:41 PM

    great! another long-winded bastard to guide us down the path of destruction.

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  63. apparently igor is over to disqus' house and they are drinking

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  64. long speech

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  65. BulgarWheat1:16 PM

    the wife is looking for halloween costumes.

    It struck me like a bolt of lightening. I will go as Hunter S. Thompson, and I won't have tobacco in my cigarette holder. I've got the right glasses, but need to find a proper tropical shirt and some white Chuck Taylor Converse shoes to complete the ensemble.

    I've already got the jerky walk thing down. The broken toe can be viewed as a prop.

    'Enthusiasm' gap 13-point spread for Republican...

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  66. BulgarWheat1:19 PM

    after this kind of a nightmare, I may never be forced to go out in public again.

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  67. BulgarWheat1:27 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOmtVFQ3WF8

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  68. BabbaZee1:40 PM

    militant greetings from the desk of

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  69. BulgarWheat1:43 PM

    somebody

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  70. pbird1:47 PM

    thats a good idea! but will you shave a bald spot?

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  71. pbird1:50 PM

    maybe i better see that movie

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  72. BabbaZee1:58 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mZNvRrG5YkQ&feature=share&list=PLO07keVbYv8FSZxu5NlhAyIpDqRWyk9vq

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  73. pbird1:59 PM

    missing the smilies....cheesy grin

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  74. pbird2:02 PM

    tribal lands selling smokes, take off yer dang helmet

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  75. BabbaZee2:05 PM

    YES!

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  76. pbird2:05 PM

    I have been trying to get a picture of this guy's Jacob's sheep forever but they always show me the butt. So here they are any how.

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  77. BulgarWheat2:07 PM

    naw, will wear a hat.

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  78. pbird2:07 PM

    lol! Good man!

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  79. pbird2:09 PM

    I went one year as my own grandma. Worked well. oy

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  80. BulgarWheat2:16 PM

    I go and prepare for a conference call. going to be on a few this afternoon.

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  81. BabbaZee2:17 PM

    Randjida Khairi paid the ultimate price for standing up to her Afghan
    Muslim husband and letting their children live as Westerners, a jury
    heard Friday.

    The mother of six had her throat slashed by Peer Khairi, slit open to
    the spine and slowly suffocated in her own blood, Crown attorney Robert
    Kenny said in his opening to the jury.


    http://www.torontosun.com/2012/10/05/mother-paid-price-for-standing-up-to-husband-court-hears

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  82. BabbaZee2:19 PM

    Khairi said he “felt disrespected, how he claims to be wronged by his
    children, how his wife took the children’s side and turned against
    him,” Kenny said.

    “He tried to explain or rationalize his actions.”

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  83. pbird2:32 PM

    glug glug

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  84. BabbaZee2:33 PM

    Pigs grown from fetuses into which human stem cells were injected have
    surprised scientists by having cells in which the DNA from the two
    species is mixed at the most intimate level.
    http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn4558-pighuman-chimeras-contain-cell-surprise.html

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  85. BabbaZee2:34 PM

    "What we found was completely unexpected. We found that the human and
    pig cells had totally fused in the animals' bodies," said Jeffrey Platt,
    director of the Mayo Clinic Transplantation Biology Program

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  86. BabbaZee2:34 PM

    functionality

    ARRGHHH

    I confiscate their wodka

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  87. pbird2:36 PM

    Importantly, the team also found that porcine endogenous retrovirus (PERV), which is present in almost all pigs, was also present in the hybrid cells. Previous laboratory work has shown that while PERVs in pig cells cannot infect human cells, those in hybrid cells can. The discovery therefore suggests a serious potential problem for xenotransplantation.

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  88. BabbaZee2:36 PM

    Human, Pig and foreign DNA found in Vaccines


    http://www.whiteoutpress.com/articles/q32012/human-pig-and-foreign-dna-found-in-vaccines/

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  89. BabbaZee2:37 PM

    Monsanto's Pigs

    Band Name of the day

    http://helpstopmonsanto.org/videos/pfp.shtml

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  90. BabbaZee2:38 PM

    PERVS!

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  91. BabbaZee2:38 PM

    are you a xenotransplantsexxual?

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  92. pbird2:39 PM

    can't make it up!

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  93. BabbaZee2:40 PM

    truly really and honestly you can not

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  94. pbird2:44 PM

    are commercial scientists completely humorless and culturally insane or do they think this is funny?

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  95. pbird2:45 PM

    It would be too bad, wouldn't it, if these women just started beheading their "husbands" at night. Randomly. Never know which one might go crazy. Now I sound like Tyson.

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  96. pbird2:46 PM

    stop the planet.....

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  97. BabbaZee2:47 PM

    completely humorless and culturally insane

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  98. BabbaZee2:49 PM

    Romney Channels George W. Bush's Middle East Policy


    http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/2012/10/romney-channels-george-w-bush-middle-east-policy

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  99. BabbaZee2:49 PM

    ullullulllu

    an AK under every burka

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  100. BabbaZee2:50 PM

    iWanna get off!

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  101. BabbaZee2:50 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=28Jy6EX8s-Q

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  102. BabbaZee2:51 PM

    The villains of vaudeville, young lovers' quarrels

    Pearls before parliaments, lepers in laurels

    Roses that sprout from the throats of dead kings

    Things in the songs with the sinister themes



    Stockings and starlings, the laughter of dockworkers

    Poets who flock through the cities like stockbrokers

    Little Red Ridinghood living in sin

    These are the songs with the sinister themes



    Nasturtiums that bloom like voluptuous women

    Joy in the orphan, the dolphin when swimming

    Fireworks and phoenixes, spas and hot springs

    Sinister themes in the songs that I sing



    Strumpets and kettledrums, musty old cellars

    Coffee and stallions, cream and umbrellas

    The angels caught up in their own puppet strings

    Sinister themes in the songs that I sing



    The orchid of meat in the cuckoo's nest growing

    Kisses in syllables, sex when it's snowing

    Forests where nightmares and nightingales sing

    These are the songs with the sinister themes



    My first is in eMbers

    My second in wOman

    My third in eMotion

    My fourth is in hUman

    My fifth is in sufferS and also in longS

    My whole is in MOMUS and these are my songs

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  103. pbird2:52 PM

    there he is again! These are a few of my favorite things...

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  104. BabbaZee2:53 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0Qyx3O3a3M&feature=related



    The tragedy is

    The audience is getting bored

    And up on the cross

    Is Sacher-Masoch, not the Lord

    It's starting to rain

    This isn't very entertaining

    Mel please explain

    Your vision for the world



    You're trying to act hard

    By showing us His dying moments

    Big tub of lard

    In fact you're much more like the Romans

    Jesus in furs

    Mohammed was a businessman

    But you're just a perve

    We're getting bored again



    Come back as a girl

    Or come back as a filthy letcher

    Please save the world

    Without too much tomato ketchup

    Jesus in furs

    Sacrifice as entertainment

    All these martyrs

    And all these matinees



    God is in pain

    This isn't very entertaining

    Mel please explain

    Your vision for the world



    So this is your plan

    You're gland in glove with execution

    Waiting for the man

    And murder is the big connection

    Jesus in furs

    Sacrifice as entertainment

    All these martyrs

    And all these matinees



    We're all in pain

    This isn't very entertaining

    God please explain

    Your vision for the world

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  105. pbird2:54 PM

    the poster doesn't think its a parody of favorite things!!! haha

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  106. BabbaZee2:54 PM

    si dada I thought the same thing

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qWG2dsXV5HI

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  107. BabbaZee2:55 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d0Qyx3O3a3M&feature=related




    The tragedy is

    The audience is getting bored

    And up on the cross

    Is Sacher-Masoch, not the Lord

    It's starting to rain

    This isn't very entertaining

    Mel please explain

    Your vision for the world



    You're trying to act hard

    By showing us His dying moments

    Big tub of lard

    In fact you're much more like the Romans

    Jesus in furs

    Mohammed was a businessman

    But you're just a perve

    We're getting bored again



    Come back as a girl

    Or come back as a filthy letcher

    Please save the world

    Without too much tomato ketchup

    Jesus in furs

    Sacrifice as entertainment

    All these martyrs

    And all these matinees



    God is in pain

    This isn't very entertaining

    Mel please explain

    Your vision for the world



    So this is your plan

    You're gland in glove with execution

    Waiting for the man

    And murder is the big connection

    Jesus in furs

    Sacrifice as entertainment

    All these martyrs

    And all these matinees



    We're all in pain

    This isn't very entertaining

    God please explain

    Your vision for the world

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  108. BabbaZee2:55 PM

    IGOR HAS FOLLOWED US HERE

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  109. pbird2:57 PM

    hahahahhahahha! Drink! Rivers of Blood!

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  110. BabbaZee2:59 PM

    SUNNI I TURN!

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  111. BabbaZee2:59 PM

    he is a host of wows.

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  112. pbird3:01 PM

    Ringo S.

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  113. pbird3:02 PM

    phooey, was moving

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  114. BabbaZee3:02 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bd3wJpD6wAo&feature=relmfu

    We all get low, you have no clothes

    Your sack is heavy, your sack is grim

    Here we go, here we go



    We all get low, we have no clothes

    Second record to go, double spittle pip stop

    Don't touch my trim, I'll get some gash

    My sack is heavy, my sack is grim

    We all get low, we have no clothes

    Second record to go

    Stop don't touch my trim, don't get your gash



    Everybody dies in their own way

    Today may be the first day of

    The rest of your decay

    And though you feel you've only just begun

    I'm sad to say

    Your death's already underway

    Mine began on Wednesday

    I'm very sad to say

    It happens every day



    We all get low, you have no clothes

    Second record to go, double spittle pip stop



    Everybody wears the stupid grin

    Worn by the skeleton underneath your skin

    And he'll grin like that forever, he's already doing it now

    Just getting practice in

    Remembered in a photograph

    An X-ray of a hollow laugh

    That ruins everything

    That ruins everything



    We all get low, you have no clothes

    Second record to go, double spittle pip stop

    Don't touch my trim, I'll get some gash

    My sack is heavy, my sack is grim

    We all get low, we have no clo-

    We all get low, we have no clo-

    We all get low



    Everybody howls in disbelief

    To see their friends and relatives

    Approach with floral wreaths

    And I'd like to say that day won't come for you my friend

    My self, my world, my everlasting lover girl

    Of course it will, of course it will

    And when it does I hope that you have done the things you've come to do

    All the things you'd meant to do before the bastard got to you

    All the things you'd meant to do before the bastard got to you



    Your sack is heavy, your sack is grim

    Here we go, here we go

    We all get low

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  115. BabbaZee3:03 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0bJV6VtNKY&feature=related

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  116. pbird3:04 PM

    oh my he is prolific!!!

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  117. BabbaZee3:05 PM

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Momus_%28musician%29

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  118. pbird3:07 PM

    oooooooooooo another Scot!!!

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  119. pbird3:09 PM

    so there!

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  120. BabbaZee3:12 PM

    Oh I love this stupid movie because of this

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

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  121. BabbaZee3:24 PM

    At the end of its run, Beatlemania fizzled out dramatically, almost
    comically and by October of 1979 it shut its doors. Inspired by acts
    like Elvis Costello, The Police and Joe Jackson, I quickly put
    together a 'New Wave' band, really just a short haircut band, with
    old pal from Chalice, Russ Velazquez, Spellman alumn Robert Miller
    and brother Bill. The band The Metromen were a great power-pop
    quartet (see YouTube videos in the ARCHIVES). We recorded an album for Genya Ravan's indie label, but it
    never had a commercial release, and we managed to develop a strong
    New York club following by the time we broke up in 1982. Too
    bad … for I believe we would have broken through given another year
    together.


    notes from me life.

    http://www.tomteeley.com/bio.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tr_07FTUZJ4

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  122. BabbaZee3:25 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMDVANm-l3c

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  123. BabbaZee3:32 PM

    ahahahahaaaaaaaaaaaaa
    Ah ha

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  124. BabbaZee3:33 PM

    In 2006 he was a featured artist in the Whitney Biennial in New York City,
    serving as an "unreliable tour guide" to visitors of the exhibition. He
    kept an online blog documenting his everyday experience, philosophies
    and fetishes. Momus is an atheist.


    an "unreliable tour guide"
    ahahaha

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  125. BabbaZee3:38 PM

    Residents of Sinai point to recent cases of violence as a sign of what
    may come if a local security force is created. A respected tribesman,
    Nayef Abu-Qabal, was shot dead while he was having his hair trimmed in a
    barber shop in the northern Sinai city of el-Arish over the summer.
    Sheik Khalaf Menaei was shot dead by militants last month while driving
    in northern Sinai. The killings were apparently revenge because the two
    were government informants, locals say.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/huff-wires/20121008/ml-egypt-sinai-militias/

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  126. BabbaZee3:44 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44JQce5o4L8

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  127. BabbaZee3:52 PM

    "Behold, all ye that kindle a fire, that compass yourselves about with sparks:
    walk in the light of your fire, and in the sparks that ye have kindled. This
    shall ye have of mine hand; ye shall lie down in sorrow." Isaiah 50:11. The
    Amplified renders it: "Behold, all you [enemies of your own selves] who attempt
    to kindle your own fire [and work out your own plan of salvation], who surround
    and gird yourselves with momentary sparks, darts and firebrands that you set
    aflame! Walk by the light of your self-made fire, and in the sparks that you
    have kindled [for yourself, if your will]! But this shall you have from My hand:
    you shall lie down in grief and in torment."

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  128. pbird4:04 PM

    bird refers to his main character as an "unreliable witness"

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  129. BabbaZee4:06 PM

    funny that is the exact response I sent to the one who sent it I will fwd it to you so you can see!

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  130. pbird4:31 PM

    nope not going to start weaving now....no no no
    but look at this blanket

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  131. BabbaZee4:47 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19WwkwvqHiM

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  132. BabbaZee5:54 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mDzciUpUFY

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  133. BabbaZee5:57 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qpZVulSLiY8

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  134. BabbaZee5:59 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8mDzciUpUFY

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  135. BabbaZee5:59 PM

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

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  136. BabbaZee6:00 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5AUInYhvjkA&feature=related

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  137. BulgarWheat6:00 PM

    cold and rainy day and night today. making breakfast for supper. keeping it simple once again.

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  138. pbird6:05 PM

    pretty nice

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  139. pbird6:12 PM

    still weirdly dry here, they say it will rain this weekend but i have my doubts

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  140. pbird6:14 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViJoQw2tKcY&feature=g-vrec

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  141. pbird6:15 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qG8Y1Ntsu8&feature=related

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  142. pbird6:18 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7Rh6OHgIR4&feature=related

    the sound is like booze so warm

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  143. pbird6:21 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SufyqHu6KdA&feature=related

    this is a favorite

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  144. pbird6:53 PM

    Lara Logan, a correspondent for CBS’ “60 Minutes,” delivered a provocative speech to about 1,100 influentials from government, politics, media, and the legal and corporate arenas. Such downtown gatherings are a regular on Chicago’s networking circuit. (I am a member of the BGA’s Civic Leadership Committee, and the Chicago Sun-Times was a sponsor).

    Her ominous and frightening message was gleaned from years of covering our wars in the Middle East. She arrived in Chicago on the heels of her Sept. 30 report, “The Longest War.” It examined the Afghanistan conflict and exposed the perils that still confront America, 11 years after 9/11.

    Eleven years later, “they” still hate us, now more than ever, Logan told the crowd. The Taliban and al-Qaida have not been vanquished, she added. They’re coming back.

    “I chose this subject because, one, I can’t stand, that there is a major lie being propagated . . .” Logan declared in her native South African accent.

    The lie is that America’s military might has tamed the Taliban.

    “There is this narrative coming out of Washington for the last two years,” Logan said. It is driven in part by “Taliban apologists,” who claim “they are just the poor moderate, gentler, kinder Taliban,” she added sarcastically. “It’s such nonsense!”http://www.suntimes.com/news/washington/15581902-452/reporter-lara-logan-brings-ominous-news-from-middle-east.html

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  145. BulgarWheat8:31 PM

    a conservative, is just a liberal that has been mugged it has been said. due to her circumstances I'm thinking her world view has changed.

    One thing people always overlook is that peoples perspective is driven by their life experience.

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  146. Q_Burn8:40 PM

    “You’re not listening to what the people who are fighting you say about this fight. In your arrogance, you think you write the script.”
    Our enemies are writing the story, she suggests, and there’s no happy ending for us.
    "Conservative" and "liberal" got nothin to do with this. They are the most useless labels imaginable at this point in time.

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  147. BulgarWheat8:44 PM

    this is the conclusion I've come up to.

    how are you doing Q?

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  148. Q_Burn8:47 PM

    Tilapia fish sticks and fresh asparagus.. not that creative but it's what for dinner at the bachelor pad..

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  149. Q_Burn8:50 PM

    Busier than a one legged ass kicker.. a blessing but why I've been scarce. Major suffering from allergies but I'm feeling better with the cold snap.

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  150. BulgarWheat9:01 PM

    I've never had problems with allergies before. Now my eye's and nose won't stop running. I am officially a one-footed ass kicker. Broke my damned toe again. I go and crash now. It's good to hear from you though. I need some musika and some rest.

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  151. BulgarWheat9:04 PM

    adios, mi amigos! must for the crash now. didn't get hardly any sleep last night and most of my foot is swollen today. I need to rest the foot and the rest of me too.

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  152. pbird9:05 PM

    goodnight sir!

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  153. pbird9:06 PM

    Nice. These monkies get burger patties, baked potatoes and green salad. lol. They will like it too.

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  154. Q_Burn9:06 PM

    I never had allergies before this year either! Fookin nose congestion is driving me nuts.. "oh you sound like you're under the weather, do you have a cold?".. ad nauseum..

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  155. BabbaZee9:08 PM

    I think DISQUS hired Igor.

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  156. Q_Burn9:08 PM

    They BETTER like it. And you can tell em I said so..

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  157. pbird9:10 PM

    hahahah maybeeee

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  158. pbird9:11 PM

    okie dokie!

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  159. BabbaZee9:14 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6XGVMP69GHE&feature=relmfu

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  160. pbird9:16 PM

    maybe he can get them to do some of the stuff we are missing....

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  161. Q_Burn9:17 PM

    Now look what you made me do, spin my Okie anthem..


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JSVod61-LaI

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  162. BabbaZee9:18 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CKdbtvtS3jE&feature=plcp

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  163. Q_Burn9:23 PM

    Why can't that commie bitch speak english??

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  164. BabbaZee9:24 PM

    teehee

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  165. BabbaZee9:26 PM

    Gulf Arab countries should work together to stop Islamist group the Muslim Brotherhood plotting to undermine governments in the region, the United Arab Emirates' foreign minister said on Monday.

    The UAE, a major
    oil exporter and business hub, has arrested around 60 local Islamists
    this year, accusing them of belonging to the Muslim Brotherhood - which
    is banned in the country - and conspiring to overthrow the government.

    Thanks to cradle-to-grave welfare systems, the UAE and other Gulf Arab monarchies have largely avoided Arab Spring unrest that has unseated rulers elsewhere.


    http://news.yahoo.com/gulf-states-must-tackle-muslim-brotherhood-threat-uae-182512816.html

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  166. Q_Burn9:26 PM

    Isn't that a Nirvana song???

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  167. pbird9:31 PM

    The year of my, ahem, nativity. Oy.

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  168. pbird9:32 PM

    oh her........ hahahha

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  169. BabbaZee9:34 PM

    Libya militias lay siege to pro-Gadhafi city in another sign of chaos


    http://www.kansascity.com/2012/10/08/3858129/libya-militias-lay-siege-to-pro.html


    Thousands of Libyan security force members
    and hundreds of militiamen have massed around the Libyan town of Bani
    Walid in a show of force that underscores how tense and fragile the
    country’s security situation remains, nearly one month after an attack
    by Islamist militants on the U.S. consulate in Benghazi killed the U.S.
    ambassador and three other Americans.
    The faceoff at Bani Walid
    pits militia forces once loyal to deposed dictator Moammar Gadhafi
    against Libyan security forces and militiamen from Misrata who were
    critical to the anti-Gadhafi uprising last year. The immediate cause is
    the death Sept. 25 of a militiaman who helped capture Gadhafi.
    Security
    forces began laying siege to Bani Walid a week ago, demanding that
    Gadhafi loyalists implicated in the death of Omran Shaban be turned
    over. The siege has cut off food, water and medical supplies, with local
    doctors complaining that armed men set up a checkpoint on the main road
    from Tripoli, the capital, and blocked three vehicles carrying medical
    supplies, oxygen and medical personnel from reaching the town. Civilians
    trying to flee the town were prevented from doing so.

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  170. Q_Burn9:35 PM

    All my Grapes of Wrath relatives were migrating..

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  171. BabbaZee9:36 PM

    'Saudi weapons' seen at Syria rebel base


    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-19874256

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  172. BabbaZee9:37 PM

    BBC News has uncovered evidence that weapons intended for the Saudi military have been diverted to Syrian rebels.

    Three crates from an arms manufacturer - addressed to Saudi
    Arabia - have been seen in a base being used by rebel fighters in the
    city of Aleppo.

    How the small crates reached Aleppo is unknown, and the BBC
    was not allowed to film their contents. Saudi Arabia has refused to
    comment on the matter.

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  173. Q_Burn9:37 PM

    #1 son wants to know if I'll be awake to watch the Daily Show with him.. I doubt it, that's another hour and a half almost...zzzzz

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  174. pbird9:39 PM

    UAE Islamist group denies reports it has an armed winghttp://news.yahoo.com/uae-islamist-group-denies-reports-armed-wing-121812540.html

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  175. BabbaZee9:40 PM

    Crime Spate Rocks Georgia's Historic Political Transition
    http://www.rferl.org/content/crime-spate-rocks-georgias-historic-political-transition/24730503.html





    A crime wave is sweeping Georgia -- at least that's what some
    politicians from President Mikheil Saakashvili's United National
    Movement (UNM) would have people think.



    Even before the country's October 1 legislative elections UNM figures
    were claiming the opposition Georgian Dream coalition -- which emerged
    victorious at the polls -- was connected with organized crime and that
    their victory would open the floodgates to lawlessness.



    Just days before the vote, video and audio recordings were leaked,
    purporting to document conversations between Georgian Dream leaders and
    underworld figures. Georgian Dream says the recordings were crude
    falsifications designed to sow panic.



    But in the days following the vote -- even as relations between the UNM
    and Georgian Dream seemed to be unfolding in a fairly conciliatory
    manner -- a handful of brazen crimes have some UNM figures saying "we
    told you so."



    "As we know, the leaders of Georgian Dream were in contact with thieves
    in law [mafia leaders] and were promising them that they would be
    allowed to return to Georgia," says UNM parliamentary deputy Nugzar
    Tsiklauri. "We heard a couple of those conversations in which criminal
    bosses are saying they would return to Georgia after October 1. And, of
    course, it is obvious that these conversations were noticed by people
    who are interested in instability and for whom such transitions provide
    the best opportunity to act."

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  176. BabbaZee9:44 PM

    llllooolllooollllloolll

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  177. BabbaZee9:50 PM

    http://www.irishtimes.com/newspaper/world/2012/1009/1224325060404.html



    FRANCE HAS not fully taken stock of the threat it faces from radical
    Islamism, a leading Jewish figure warned as police operations continued
    against a gang suspected of anti-Semitic attacks.
    The arrest of a
    man in Torcy, near Paris, brought to 12 the number of people detained by
    police in raids against a network suspected of having thrown a grenade
    at a kosher supermarket last month. A 33-year-old man was shot dead by
    police during one of the raids, in Strasbourg on Saturday.
    Police
    said they recovered lists of Jewish targets during the simultaneous
    operations in Paris, Strasbourg, Nice and Cannes, adding to fears in
    France’s Jewish community – the largest in Europe – after a series of
    apparently anti-Semitic incidents in recent weeks.
    Death threats
    were made against the chief rabbi of Lyon; three young Jewish men were
    attacked with a hammer and iron bars; and, on Saturday night, blank
    bullets were fired from a car at a synagogue in the Paris suburb of
    Argenteuil while worshippers were inside.
    The head of Jewish
    umbrella group CRIF, Richard Prasquier, likened radical Islamism to
    Nazism and said France had to take stock of the threat.
    “Radical
    Islam compares its enemies to animals . . . In the same way, the Nazis
    compared Jews to bacteria, to rats, to animals,” he said.
    The
    apparent dismantling of an Islamist network which comprised a number of
    young French converts with records of delinquency has prompted debate
    over radicalisation in the country’s prisons.
    Some of the
    individuals had a profile similar to that of Mohamed Merah, the
    23-year-old petty criminal from Toulouse, who shot dead three Jewish
    children, a rabbi and three soldiers before being shot dead by police in
    March.
    “In the prisons, we need imams, French imams, trained
    imams, so that there are not self-proclaimed imams passing on these
    doctrines of hate,” said interior minister Manuel Valls.
    The
    33-year-old man shot dead by police in Strasbourg is alleged by the
    authorities to have been one of two men who threw a grenade into a
    kosher supermarket in the Paris suburb of Sarcelles on September 19th.
    One person was wounded in that attack.
    Mr Valls said the arrested individuals belonged to “a dangerous network that had to be neutralised”.
    He said the gang had identified additional targets and further arrests could follow.
    “We
    know there are several dozen, indeed several hundred, individuals who
    are capable of organising themselves like the group that has just been
    dismantled,” he added.
    Searches carried out as part of the same
    investigation yielded €27,000 in cash as well as weapons, Islamist
    literature and a list of Jewish organisations in the Paris region,
    police said.
    After meeting representatives of France’s Jewish and
    Muslim communities at the weekend, President François Hollande pledged
    to increase security at synagogues and enact tougher anti-terrorism
    laws. He said a new Bill would allow police to arrest people suspected
    of terrorism-related activities beyond France’s borders, and to access
    the emails or internet communications of potential terrorists.

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  178. BabbaZee9:54 PM

    FATWA!

    llollo

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  179. BabbaZee10:03 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M3tV07dU_a0&feature=plcp

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  180. BabbaZee10:26 PM

    Congress’ median net worth increased 5 percent during the Great
    Recession, even though the average American's net worth plunged 39
    percent over the same period, according to The Washington Post.



    The richest one-third of Congress increased their estimated net worth by 14 percent.



    Seventy-two members of Congress doubled their wealth from 2004 to 2010.



    "These are supposed to be our representatives," Aaron Task, from The Daily Ticker,
    said in a report. "If they're not living the same lives or
    understanding the lives that the average American is living, how can
    they really represent our interests?"


    http://www.deseretnews.com/article/865564013/Income-gap-between-Congress-and-American-people-widens.html

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  181. Aosuke10:44 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEGV-lAaG7M
    '3'

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  182. Aosuke10:47 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Si8qP_isBb4

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  183. Aosuke10:48 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X5JUOmlan6U&list

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  184. BabbaZee10:55 PM

    konichiwa

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  185. BabbaZee10:56 PM

    is good

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  186. BabbaZee11:03 PM

    West Palm Beach man collapses, dies after winning bug-eating contest


    Archbold consumed “dozens of roaches and worms” during the “Midnight
    Madness” contest, which drew nearly 30 contestants, the sheriff’s office
    said. An autopsy will determine the cause of death.


    http://www.palmbeachpost.com/news/news/local/west-palm-man-collapses-dies-after-winning-bug-eat/nSX2H/

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  187. saw that. misery

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  188. heh, mine had already migrated by then

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  189. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5OsLatnCFY

    i have a mind like a broken dial, lol. Here's Mr. Lucky

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  190. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V6o14OlAFTk&feature=g-vrec

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  191. Was she really 132? World's 'oldest ever person' Antisa Khvichava dies in remote Georgian villagehttp://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/was-she-really-132-worlds-oldest-ever-person-antisa-khvichava-dies-in-remote-georgian-village-8202514.html

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  192. pbird1:08 AM

    1936 OK, Dorothy Lange. It could actually get worse. At least they had a shed.

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  193. pbird1:11 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WFtx54oRkBo

    Time After Time

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