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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Fool That I Am

Do you see a person wise in their own eyes?
 There is more hope for a fool than for them.


  1. BabbaZee10:37 AM

  2. Alan Ginsburg was calling Moloch out back in 1955:

    Moloch! Solitude! Filth! Ugliness! Ashcans and unobtainable dollars! Children screaming under the stairways! Boys sobbing in armies! Old men weeping in the parks!

    Moloch! Moloch! Nightmare of Moloch! Moloch the loveless! Mental Moloch! Moloch the heavy judger of men!
    Moloch the incomprehensible prison! Moloch the crossbone soulless jailhouse and Congress of sorrows! Moloch whose buildings are judgment! Moloch the vast stone of war! Moloch the stunned governments!

    Moloch whose mind is pure machinery! Moloch whose blood is running money! Moloch whose fingers are ten armies! Moloch whose breast is a cannibal dynamo! Moloch whose ear is a smoking tomb!

    Moloch whose eyes are a thousand blind windows! Moloch whose skyscrapers stand in the long streets like endless Jehovahs! Moloch whose factories dream and croak in the fog! Moloch whose smoke-stacks and antennae crown the cities!

    Moloch whose love is endless oil and stone! Moloch whose soul is electricity and banks! Moloch whose poverty is the specter of genius! Moloch whose fate is a cloud of sexless hydrogen! Moloch whose name is the Mind!

  3. BulgarWheat11:02 AM


    resistance?!!! outrageous!

    we're just kronically defiant.

  4. BulgarWheat11:02 AM


  6. Barack Obama in 2008 made this promise to his supporters.

    Obama 2008 - "I Am Not Going To Take Your Guns Away, That Just Ain't True"

    “I believe in the Second Amendment. I will not take your shotgun away. I will not take your rifle away. I won’t take your handgun away… But I am not going to take your guns away. So if you want to find an excuse not to vote for me, don’t use that one because it just ain’t true. It ain’t true.”

  7. (We're being set up)

    Launchers turned in to LAPD were from military

    The Associated Press
    Posted : Sunday Dec 30, 2012 9:49:33 EST

    LOS ANGELES — Experts say two rocket launchers turned in during a one-day gun buyback program in Los Angeles appear to be antitank weapons from the military.

    The LA Times reports one of the rocket launchers is likely a version of the AT4, a single-shot, disposable antitank weapon manufactured in Sweden.

    Police said the people who turned them in claimed they had family members who were once in the military. Just the barrels of the weapons were turned in, without the projectiles.

    Det. Gus Villanueva tells the Times police would check the origins of the weapons with the U.S. military to see if they were ever stolen. He says officers could not provide details on the models.

    Wednesday’s buyback program brought in 2,037 firearms, including 901 handguns, 698 rifles, 363 shotguns and 75 assault weapons.

  8. Obama has sold more guns to the drug cartels than all of the other Nobel Peace Prize winners put together!!!

  9. Tom Brokaw is advocating that only "gun clubs" can own guns and if you want to shoot, you go there and shoot and turn back in.

    Meanwhile.... in the lost village of sane thought:


    Massad Ayoob

  10. Some people give names to their schmucks:

    Biden 2008: If Obama ‘tries to fool with my Beretta, he’s got a problem’


  12. BabbaZee11:33 AM


  13. The cops are the experts on the current criminal trends. If they have determined that a “high capacity” semiautomatic pistol and a .223 semiautomatic rifle with 30-round magazines are the best firearms for them to use to protect people like me and my family, they are obviously the best things for us to use to protect ourselves and our families .

  14. decided to face the fact that its daytime and crawl out....goodmorning.

  15. is he still his stuff in the 70s

  16. i agree with him

  17. BabbaZee12:11 PM

    because he is right

  18. BabbaZee12:16 PM

    shalom v'zotz

  19. It is a severe weather emergency in the North-East corridor of Post America...... strange white substance on the ground....... run to shelter NOW!

  20. What you’ll see in the rebellion
    Written By: Bob - Dec• 28•12

    et me explain, gun grabbers, how your confiscatory fantasy plays out. Let us imagine for a moment that a sweeping gun control bill similar to the one currently suggested is passed by the House and Senate, and signed into law by a contemptuous President.

  21. zotzie as hell around here, wee. Shalom anyhow

  22. Teen Takes 3 Bullets to Save Friends Life

    You don't see this every day.

  23. hm, it could be sorta like that

  24. Latin America, the Mideast, and the Pope
    By Mike Konrad

    I have taken on the dubious effort of translating some news reports from South American TV into English. Though my Spanish is fractured and weak, I can still glean one trend that is ominous. South American media has taken a viciously anti-Israel turn. There are many reasons for this. Certainly, the enormous amount of Arab immigration to Latin America has had an influence. There is also a growing Latin-Arab alliance when it comes to OPEC. However, the undeclared bull in the china shop is Roman Catholicism's refusal to take a clear stand on the Mideast issue.

    Would it be too much for Rome to issue a papal bull declaring that Jesus was Jewish?

    John 4: 22 (ESV) You worship what you do not know; we worship what we know, for salvation is from the Jews.

    Rome could simply declare that Jesus was not a Muslim, in defiance of what the Koran proclaims.

    If the Pope wants to avoid religion, couldn't he point out that the Crusades were a reaction to Islamic imperialism, and was not European aggression?

  25. fat chance

  26. BabbaZee12:34 PM

    that is so fuckin right

    but they will never do that

  27. If the supposed "Vicar of Christ," the Jewish Moshiach, cannot make some declarations against Islamic lies; and give some support to Israel, then Roman Catholicism deserves to lose Latin America to the Evangelicals.

    At one time, Rome was the front-line defender of European civilization against Jihad. In South America, for all its faults, Catholicism managed to convert those Muslims who came in during the period of Arab immigration.

    That day seems to have passed.

  28. BabbaZee12:42 PM

    As promised, this will not be a politically correct site.

    As you see by now, most Arabs have assimilated in South American very well, and are almost seemlessly mainstream today. To what can we attribute this?!

    What did South America do right that Europe is failing to do?

    In a word: Christianity!

    When the Arabs came to South America, most were Christian.

    But not all. Anywhere from 10% to 25% were Muslim. We should expect therefore to find from 10% to 25% of the Arabs in South America to be Muslim. But we do not. So what happened?!

    One thing is clear: Unlike Europe, the South Americans, until recently, insisted on Christianity among the Arabs, or if the Muslim would not convert, at least insisted on total cultural and social assimilation.

    The South Americans were nowhere near as intolerant as Inquisitionary Spain; but the laissez-faire individualism of the United States was not acceptable, either. Social conformity was expected. Deviation from the norm was limited.

    This may have dampened South America’s economic performance; but it insulated the Latins from the influence of Muslim immigrants among them, and all but coerced a social and religious conversion from those very same Muslims. It was quite effective.

    In practical terms: The Muslims were expected to convert, intermarry, or, at least, to starting drinking wine.

    This social practice of demanding assimilation has changed recently under the influence of Iranian and Saudi Money; and a growing trend to imitate American multiculturalism.

  29. BabbaZee12:55 PM


  30. Boy, Not Making Bombs, Arrested for Having Things Cops Think Could Blow Up (And For Drawings That Spooked a Teacher)

  31. When a 16-year-old New Jersey boy doodled in his notebook on Tuesday, December 18, he probably didn’t expect to be arrested by the end of the day. However, when school officials saw the sketches, which they state appeared to be of weapons, and the boy “demonstrated behavior that caused them to be concerned,” the police were called.

    A subsequent search of the boy’s home led to his arrest because they found several electronic parts and chemicals. He was charged with the possession of an explosive device and put in juvenile detention.

    The details on what was precisely in the drawings are sketchy, as are the details on the behavior that caused concern. The school claims the drawings were of weapons, but the boy’s mother told various press outlets that, “He drew a glove with flames coming out of it.” If true, then the drawing wouldn’t be out of place in the notebook of any teenager who loves comic books.

    At no point in time did the boy threaten the school, school officials, or his classmates. He cooperated fully with authorities, and a search of the school itself found nothing dangerous....

  32. BabbaZee1:03 PM

    deviant kronik defiant how dare he doodle and do nothing wrong

  33. Huge Christian refugee problem is coming

    Posted by Judy K. Warner on December 30, 2012

    I’m watching C-SPAN’s Book TV this Sunday morning. An author, Lela Gilbert, is discussing her book, Saturday People, Sunday People: Israel Through the Eyes of a Christian Sojourner. She was talking about the hundreds of thousands of Jews in Arab lands who had to flee after the founding of Israel. That went on from 1948 until the 1970s, but it’s only now being taken note of. Then she talked about what is going on with Christians in the Middle East. The Iraqi Christians didn’t see it coming, she said. They are still being attacked, and their numbers are a fraction of what they were. (We’ve written about this.) But Iraqi Christians have fled to Syria, and now they are in danger there. Egypt has millions of Christians, and the ones who have enough money to get out are getting out. The others will leave any way they can, lots of them.

    There will be no Christians in the Middle East in a few years, except, ironically, in Israel. Lela Gilbert said the Christians’ plight is desperate. “Christians have no Israel,” nowhere to go where they will be automatically accepted. And Christians in the west do not take much interest in these beleaguered people. Their ancient liturgies and ways of worship are strange to most American Christians. Evangelicals consider them Catholic (which they are) and want to “convert” them. Christians usually don’t think of themselves as one people, the way Jews do, and that’s a sad thing. It wasn’t always that way.

    I don’t see any solution. We unleashed “change” in the Middle East, and the change turned out to be all in the direction of Islamists taking power. The Jews found there was no room for them decades ago, and now the Christians are finding the same thing.

  34. BabbaZee1:04 PM

    his mom told that her son had a "passion for collecting old
    stuff, taking it apart and rebuilding things."

  35. BabbaZee1:07 PM

    "(She) said in sum and substance 'I pushed a Muslim off the train tracks because I hate Hindus and Muslims ever since 2001 when they put down the twin towers I've been
    beating them up,'" the prosecutor said in a statement.

    The victim, Sunando Sen, grew up in a Hindu family, his roommate said.
    Hindus did 9/11 now??

  36. What ever happened to Dr.Wheatus???

    I still have four cans of *#@@!.... I wonder if adding salt would improve the taste?

    Ah,,,,,,,,,,,,Rainier Dark!

  37. pbird1:19 PM

    i can easily imagine any doodling kid getting into trouble oughta see some of it

  38. pbird1:20 PM

    I saw that. What an ignorant hateful cow! Bet she was just making something up on the spot anyhow.

  39. pbird1:21 PM

    lol, marinate something with it???

  40. BabbaZee1:22 PM

    not that it would be any better if he were Muslim just noticing what an asshole statement that was

  41. pbird1:24 PM

    yes of course

  42. BabbaZee1:24 PM

    wash hair with it?

  43. pbird1:25 PM

    I know! I know! Give it to a deserving hobo!

  44. pbird1:30 PM

    it was a stretch

  45. BabbaZee1:32 PM

    poor hobo! he will be so disappointed.

  46. pbird1:33 PM

    Archaeologists Think Hidden Imperial Tomb May Be Too Deadly to Explore

  47. pbird1:34 PM

    also Skip could get scooped up for distributing beer without a license

  48. pbird1:41 PM

    The Next Buffalo Commons: In Germany?

    For the first time since 1746, a herd of wild European bison, close cousins of the American variety, will be roaming free in a German forest owned by Prince Richard of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg:

    Since he hit upon the idea almost a decade ago, Prince Richard has been at the center of Germany’s most interesting experiment in species conservation. Now the project, which receives about €1.5 million ($2 million) in government subsidies, is about to enter its critical phase.

    The state Environment Ministry in Düsseldorf issued its approval shortly before Christmas, and over the next few days several men will drive into the forest and remove the fence around an acclimation enclosure in place since 2010. When that happens, a herd of eight European bison, or wisent, will be free to roam in the woods. It consists of an enormous bull, five cows and two calves.

    lol, this should be fun in combo with all those pigs they have

  49. pbird1:43 PM

    once last night and once just now I have heard three distinct metallic knocks coming out of my computer....what does it mean?

  50. OWNER OF JOURNAL NEWS who outed gun owners > GANNET CEO:
    Gracia C Martore 728 Springvale Rd Great Falls, VA 22066 (703) 759-5954

  51. pbird1:44 PM

    The Palestinian “holy Trinity”:
    Jesus, Arafat and Abbas

  52. pbird1:48 PM

    bet he gets a little mail

  53. BabbaZee2:01 PM

    that a leprechaun is in there trying to get out?

  54. BulgarWheat2:06 PM

    sorry I needed provisions. had you simply forwarded those lovely cans of ale, maybe I would not have had to go to the store.

    I'm better now, though.

  55. pbird2:06 PM

    possibly...i begin to think its some sort of portal, haha

  56. Charlie Daniels
    Let me tell you something boys after they take the
    assault weapons they're coming after your deer rifles,you can hang your hat on it

  57. BulgarWheat2:10 PM

    wonder if she has a skype account?

  58. pbird2:11 PM

    15 Things overachievers do

    welcome to conditioning

  59. pbird2:12 PM

    oh its a girlie!

  60. To most media experts, a “high-capacity magazine” means an ad-stuffed double issue of Vanity Fair with the triple-page perfume-scented pullouts

    Laws Are for Little People

    And not for David Gregory.

    By Mark Steyn

  61. pbird2:38 PM

    nobody reads my posts!!!! ha!

  62. Smoked salmon, horseradish & cress toasts

    Of course.. only PBird can manage this one

  63. quick salmon tikka with cucumber yoghurt

    Skip's Hinndu hint! Do not use the faux-salmon grown on coconut trees in Cambodia.

  64. Ahhhhh Soooooooooooooooooooo!

    I think we've found Dr. Wheat!

  65. A few years ago, Daniel Brown was detained at LAX while connecting to a Minneapolis flight because traces of gunpowder were found on his footwear. His footwear was combat boots. As the name suggests, the combat boots were returning from combat — eight months of it, in Iraq’s bloody and violent al-Anbar province. Above the boots he was wearing the uniform of a staff sergeant in the USMC Reserve Military Police and was accompanied by all 26 members of his unit, also in uniform. Staff Sergeant Brown doesn’t sound like an “obvious” terrorist. But the TSA put him on the no-fly list anyway. If it’s not “obvious” to the government that a serving member of the military has any legitimate reason for being around ammunition,

  66. pbird3:29 PM

    Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds - We No Who U R (Lyric Video)

    pboid, disqusted again

  67. BabbaZee4:02 PM

    Hobby Lobby Won’t Comply…Despite $1.3 Million Daily Non-Compliance Fine
    Everyone on the blaahhhgzzz thinks these guys are the greatest because of this. When I was Head Glasshole I did a little business with them. They are supercharged Evangelicals and very very wealthy, it's huge company. They border on being "Cristian Identity" style racists - their dislike for Jews was apparent to me when trying to work with them and it is why they would never give us all the glass business, my company was a Jewish company, my ass is a Jewish ass.

    They are not the greatest.

  68. pbird4:54 PM

    interesting to know...there is one here too

  69. pbird4:54 PM

    they were not open on sunday when i needed them....

  70. BulgarWheat5:17 PM

    Armed teachers, guards bolster school security in Israel

    Read more:

  71. pbird6:06 PM

  72. BulgarWheat6:08 PM

    a garlic/herb roast pork has been prepared. potatoes. We'll also have a light spinach salad with some rolls. Simple, but ample supper. Enjoy these days. It would seem like we're soon for the gulag so enjoy tonight and every moment moving forward that you are able to.

  73. Washington DC - -( When former Gov. and current Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) changed positions on the assault weapons ban post-Connecticut school shooting, he justified the change by saying, “I don’t know anyone that needs 30 rounds in a clip to go hunting.”

    He also said that he doesn’t know “anyone in the sporting or hunting arena that goes out with an assault rifle.”

  74. BulgarWheat6:49 PM

    typical politician. this ain't gonna go well I'm thinking.

    I wish that someone would sit Joe down and explain to him this has absolutely nothing to do with hunting.

  75. BulgarWheat7:16 PM

    George W. Bush continues to destroy privacy rights

    That pesky fourth amendment has got to go along with the first and the second it would seem.

  76. How are you gonna' do that when they outlaw assault kitchen knives?

  77. BulgarWheat8:53 PM

    it's been a pretty uneventful day.

    what more could we ask for.

  78. BulgarWheat8:57 PM

    tomorrow will require another bottle of Bailey's I'm thinking. what would be the problem with stashing a case of the stuff in the garage? I'm certain the Leper would approve.

  79. hm, probably. I might even approve of that stuff.


    oh what a pain,

  81. pbird3:28 AM

    Arab Money and the Purchase of a President

    Guest post by John A. Shaw

    In the run-up to the 2012 election, a story surfaced about an Iraqi billionaire who managed to buy access to Washington policy makers while funding a Chicago Pay-to-Play scheme that helped produce a Governor, a U.S. Senator, and, ultimately, a President of the United States.

    The story was eight years in the making, yet despite the extent of his political influence, this Iraqi’s name remains largely unknown. He wants it that way. In fact, he has spent a significant sum attempting to hinder the reporting of his activities by the news media. The lack of attention paid to him, however, is inversely proportional to his level of importance.

    His name is Nadhmi Auchi.

  82. pbird3:32 AM

    the one comment is a doozy too

  83. pbird3:44 AM

    Bob Dylan - If You Gotta Go, Go Now

  84. pbird3:45 AM

    what time is it?

  85. pbird3:51 AM

    Belton Sutherland: Blues #2 (1978)

  86. pbird3:56 AM

    Etta James & Dr. John - I'd Rather Go Blind

  87. pbird3:58 AM

  88. pbird4:01 AM

    Hedy West - Little Sadie

  89. pbird4:04 AM

    Ramblin' Jack With Tom Waits Louise

    i do love this

  90. pbird4:06 AM

    goodnight, heck its barely night anymore over there

  91. BulgarWheat6:56 AM

    Babba should deploy her research staff to look deeper into this.

  92. BulgarWheat7:17 AM

    I'm frying up some center-cut bacon and taters n onions for breakfast this morning. Not sure what time everyone is going to wake up, but I'm hungry now. I can keep it warm in the oven though.

  93. BulgarWheat7:34 AM

    damned ABC store doesn't open until 10am around here. it's not even open on Sunday. I'm thinking some Bailey's is in order later on this morning. Once that's accomplished I have absolutely nowhere else to go today.

  94. Use a butter knife... so no one will become alarmed or suspicious

  95. BulgarWheat7:53 AM

    heh! it seems we've woken up in the crazy universe.

  96. BulgarWheat8:00 AM

    It belongs to a class of missile strategic submarine cruisers with a new generation of nuclear reactor, which allows the submarine to dive to a depth of 480 meters. It can spend up to three months in autonomous navigation and, thanks to the latest achievements in the reduction of noise, it is almost silent compared to previous generations of submarines.

    The submarine is armed with the new missile system,
    which has from 16 to 20 solid-fuel intercontinental ballistic missiles Bulava (SS-NX-30 by NATO classification). The rocket is able to overcome any prospective missile defense system.

    On August 27, 2011, the Russian Defense Ministry reported on a successful test of Bulava to investigate its maximum range. The missile was launched from the White Sea, flew 9,300km in just 33 minutes, and then fell in the specified area in the Pacific Ocean.

    How come Vlad gets to keep his kitchen knives?

  97. Next up: Pre-cut and partially chewed chow... to comply with the busybodies and our nanny

  98. Good Mornin All...may every one
    have a blessed new year !!

  99. BulgarWheat8:16 AM

    thank you!

    hope the grandson gets to watch the Bama-Notre Dame game with his Grand Pop. Wouldn't that be epic

  100. BulgarWheat8:21 AM

    put on your bicycle helmet and STFU, you commie! Bubble wrap your home while you're at it.

  101. Hey! Did you catch the Vikings game?

  102. Demand A Plan - Demand Celebrities Go F*CK Themselves!

  103. BulgarWheat8:36 AM

    on tv. that way bruno couldn't bug me.

  104. BulgarWheat8:36 AM

    me too

  105. BabbaZee8:37 AM

    Revealed: how the FBI coordinated the crackdown on Occupy

    New documents prove what was once dismissed as paranoid fantasy: totally integrated corporate-state repression of dissent

  106. BabbaZee8:40 AM

    FBI Documents Reveal Secret Nationwide Occupy Monitoring

    It does not matter if you agree or disagree with those call the "occupiers"
    what maters is this is how your government handles dissenters

  107. BulgarWheat8:42 AM

    I'm a prole
    you're a prole
    he's a prole
    she's a prole,
    wouldn't you like to be a prole too?

  108. Video Shows Obama-Backed Syrian Rebels Burning U.S. Flag

    Why is the White House funding extremists who hate America?

  109. BulgarWheat8:44 AM

    similar goals and interests?

  110. BabbaZee8:48 AM


  111. BulgarWheat8:50 AM

    Armed teachers bolster student safety in Israel

    Can't remember the last school shooting they had in Israel. They might be onto something.

  112. BulgarWheat8:50 AM

    ha! a new word to confound bruno and her minions!

  113. FIFA...Laws of the Game
    you can get a yellow or a red card
    for showing dissent. the OWS crowd
    recieved the RED CARD///

  114. BulgarWheat8:55 AM

    everyone around this joint is still sleeping in. I better eat and shower soon. I don't want to wake anyone up, but I need to go pick up some provisions in about an hour. I should eat and then grab a shave and a shower.

  115. BabbaZee8:55 AM

    Don't drink the milk. It's spoiled!

  116. for der Babbabista
    early football on 1-1-13 Fulham vs West Bromwich 7:30 am eastern time then Manchester City vs Stoke City at 10:00 am eastern time

  117. BabbaZee9:21 AM


  118. BabbaZee9:23 AM

    pray for me that I do not have to throw anyone into a bathroom later

  119. BulgarWheat9:25 AM

    the bathroom seems like an entirely appropriate place to host a holiday party

  120. BabbaZee9:26 AM

    where they got their name

  121. "
    Earlier this week, it was revealed that scientists have been asked to study Lanza's DNA to see if has an 'evil' gene that led him to carry out the massacre"
    every one is flawed in thier DNA
    me thinks

  122. BabbaZee9:29 AM

  123. BabbaZee9:30 AM

    think of the implications of this if they decide they find "an evil gene"

  124. BabbaZee9:35 AM

  125. 2012: More Soldier Suicides Than Combat Deaths?

    One heart-wrenching statistic that few like to talk about is the toll that combat takes on a soldier’s psyche. Four days ago, the Washington Post announced the apparent suicide of a Navy SEAL Commander in Afghanistan. Today, Stars and Stripes ran an article proclaiming “More Soldier Suicides Than Combat Deaths in 2012.” Here are the statistics from that article:

    hrough November this year, potentially 303 active-duty, Reserve and National Guard soldiers took their own lives. In Afghanistan 212 soldiers were killed as of Dec. 7.

    The trajectory for soldier suicides keeps getting worse.

    With a month left in the year, the Army set a grim new record with 177 potential active-duty cases.

    Last year, there were 165 confirmed suicides, which was also a record. Among Army Reserve and Guard soldiers potentially 126 took their own lives, up from 118 in all of 2011.

    The numbers have increased despite a range of training and awareness programs instituted by the service in the last few years.

    The article mentions new measures being discussed in Congress that have to do with removing personal firearms from the homes of “unstable soldiers.” That type of thinking scares me almost as much as the increasing suicide rate because it demonstrates how many of our elected leaders haven’t a clue as to how to address this problem. Removing one tool that could be used to kill oneself isn’t a solution. It’s a precaution, and an incomplete one at that.

    There’s an obvious leadership problem in the U.S. Armed Forces when it comes to a) providing mental health training versus physical training, and b) recognizing and treating the early onset of mental health issues. This has to become a priority for whomever the new SECDEF is or I fear that we’ll see these numbers continue to rise.

    Read more:

  126. In an article about France urging Syrian rebels to form a provisional government, the New York Times scrubbed a passage which revealed that the CIA was helping funnel arms to rebel groups that have aligned themselves with Al-Qaeda terrorists.

    Version three of the story, posted at 19:45:05 UTC yesterday and entitled France Says It Would Recognize Provisional Syrian Government, included the line, ” American intelligence agents have helped funnel arms to rebel groups.”

    However, fifteen minutes later the revelation that the CIA was arming the rebels was removed and replaced with the words, “American intelligence agents have helped to identify the rebel groups that receive arms.”

    Copies of the several different versions of the article can be viewed here.

  127. we all entered Anteroom of Death when
    sin came into the world

  128. "No matter where you go, there you are"
    Buckaroo Banzai

  129. They are coming for your pellet guns

    A special report from North Carolina

    According to a Lieutenant in a North Carolina police department with 31 years experience, law enforcement is preparing to take away our 2nd Amendment. The training has already begun as law enforcement in North Carolina have already begun training with military drones. We learn that the governor of North Carolina has been selected by President Barack Obama to help enforce the martial law scenario. This Lieutenant also states that he expects gun confiscation to begin within the next 2 to 3 months. He also confirms information that we have heard before, that a contrived economic collapse is about to occur leading to martial law in America, as early as the beginning of 2013. What will he be doing at that time? Going home to protect his family, the same we all should be doing

  130. IN the face of this long history of disobedience, it is hard to take seriously the claim by the Constitution's defenders that we would be reduced to a Hobbesian state of nature if we asserted our freedom from this ancient text. Our sometimes flagrant disregard of the Constitution has not produced chaos or totalitarianism; on the contrary, it has helped us to grow and prosper.

    Hey! Let's have a 'Burn the Constitution Day!'

  131. BulgarWheat10:18 AM

    we'll have a new governor in a few weeks. the present gov would have gone after guns,...can't ever tell just because the people switched parties though.

  132. don't fear what the world can do to you
    fear what G-d can do to your soul. everlasting
    seperation from the love of G-d is the real hell

  133. The Governor of TaxLandia will be pleased to follow O'Bama-Bruno's orders

  134. BulgarWheat10:22 AM

    I must go fetch my provisions now. I'll be back soon.

  135. U.S.: Iranian Muslim “accidentally” shoots his brother in North Carolina “mistaking” him for intruder

    North Carolina resident Ali (Al) Dastmalchi, 65, shot an intruder who turned out to be his younger brother, Vahid (George) Dastmalchi, 63, according to reports.

    A North Carolina man fatally shot his brother after authorities say he mistook him for an intruder — just hours after cops responded to the home for a domestic disturbance, according to reports.

  136. BulgarWheat11:34 AM

    "just hours after a domestic disturbance..."

  137. BulgarWheat11:36 AM

    you may want to make a trip up to new hamster. I think it'd be worth your while.

  138. I dreamed the sky was all cloudy and red and I was telling someone in the dream that the Alabama fans will be going nuts.....oy dreams are stupid!

  139. BabbaZee11:38 AM

    I dreamed there was a leopard in my back yard

    Ok I go back to work

  140. ilike yours better

  141. BulgarWheat11:40 AM

    in one dream I was back in the Army, then the next dream I was in A-Stan. People had beds set up near their computers. A great night for strange dreams. I can't make heads or tails out of it.

  142. sometimes I dream I am posting something here, but of course its all weird and nothing works right

  143. BabbaZee11:41 AM

  144. BulgarWheat11:43 AM

    sounds like every other day around this joint.

  145. ok this morning's earworm was patti smith and bob singing dark eyes....what actually got me out of bed.


  147. so this is the last day of the year.....woof, a doozy!

  148. oh a real tear yerker

  149. Shame! Trying to turn that innocent boy into another drooling football fan!


    this one in my head all night, my nights are crazy

  151. FEMA “really hasn’t done much, if anything, and they’re making people go through a whole bunch of bureaucratic tape,” one resident told MRCTV.

    ‘They need all the help they can get, and the red tape doesn’t help anyone. It only hurts and hinders and grows the problem,” another said.

    Victims are shuffled from one desk to another for registration, an identification check, and one-on-one interviews – then referred to something called a “Mitigation Desk,” a FEMA official at a local Disaster Recovery Center explained to MRCTV.

    “They have to go through SBA and see if they’re eligible or not. And, then, they come back to the grant program if they’re not eligible. So, one way or another, they’re going to be given the help for repair, replacement,” the FEMA official assured MRCTV.

    The Disaster Recovery Center has since been relocated “before the bad weather hits.”

    But, the Sandy-ravaged residents still remain. And wait.

  152. SHOCK: New York Corner Stores Appear to be Facilitating Rampant Abuse of EBT Welfare Benefits

  153. BulgarWheat12:16 PM

    it happens in the ABC store here in NC also. Food stamps for liquor. It is a human right of course.

  154. oh yeah...where there's funny money there's a way

  155. “As the nation teeters at the edge of fiscal chaos, observers are reaching the conclusion that the American system of government is broken. But almost no one blames the culprit: our insistence on obedience to the Constitution, with all its archaic, idiosyncratic and downright evil provisions,” Seidman writes.

  156. Can you use them at Bud's Guns???

  157. It's all bull pucky! Congress can annul their bogus legislation whenever they feel like it..... What matters is the Jihad against the Constitution!

  158. BulgarWheat12:25 PM

    I don't have an EBT card. My human rights are being violated of course.

  159. I need a B&B card.

    Bullets and Beer.... a human right!

  160. "ABC store"?????

    (Alcohol, Bullets & Cigarettes??)


    taking the night away from charlie...

  162. BulgarWheat12:29 PM

    liquor store, alchohol, beverage, control

  163. what they needed was some drones

  164. Report Lost/Stolen EBT Card. Contact the DES Office Locator or call JP Morgan Customer Service at 1-888-997-9333. Check Your Balance. Call JP Morgan

    JP Morgan’s Food Stamp Empire

    How the welfare state became a profit center.

    (Double dipping?)

    “This business is a very important business to JP Morgan,” Christopher Paton, the company’s managing director of treasury services, told Bloomberg News in 2011. “It’s an important business in terms of its size and scale."

    Just how lucrative JP Morgan’s EBT state contracts are is hard to say, because total national data on EBT contracts are not reported. But thanks to a combination of public-records requests and contracts that are available online, here’s what we do know: 18 of the 24 states JP Morgan handles have been contracted to pay the bank up to $560,492,596.02 since 2004. Since 2007, Florida has been contracted to pay JP Morgan $90,351,202.22. Pennsylvania’s seven-year contract totaled $112,541,823.27. New York’s seven-year contract totaled $126,394,917.

  165. somewhere down there i saw driveup booze store....couldn't believe my little eyes!

  166. What's Happening to Hillary? Only a clod would say the clot is a plot!

  167. Despite debt-crisis soap opera, 2012 is European stocks' best year since 2009

  168. U.S. stocks are on track to break 5-session losing streak in final trading day of 2012, even as "fiscal cliff" looms.

  169. FLASH: Majority of Senate Republicans expected to support tentative "fiscal cliff" deal - senior Republican aide

  170. BulgarWheat12:50 PM

    I have no idea. It smells of typical Clinton bullshit, but if she has a blood clot in the brain that's some serious shit I wouldn't wish on anyone, even her. She's got plenty of blood on her hand's, but that's between GOD and her.

  171. BulgarWheat12:52 PM

    we called them brew-throughs in Ohio. In New Orleans, they have drive-up daqueri shacks.

  172. BulgarWheat12:54 PM

    back channel chatter is that the R's are going to hand the D's the 2nd amendment in exchange for some stopgap fiscal cliff nonsense. We're going to be fucked from both ends.

  173. BulgarWheat12:55 PM

    just booze I suppose.

  174. BulgarWheat1:15 PM

    people don't seem to realize just how bad this is going to get. I've taken what steps that I'm able or capable of taking to protect my family. When some douche from GovCo decides they need to squeeze my balls at least they won't have that leverage on me. That's as well as I can do.

  175. pbird1:49 PM

    The request for permission to sue Connecticut, filed on behalf of one of the children who survived the massacre at Newtown, could open up quite a quiver of questions. The filing was first reported in the Courant newspaper, which is issued at Hartford. The Courant reports that an attorney at New Haven, Irving Pinsky, has filed a notice with the state’s claims commissioner, J. Paul Vance Jr., who, the paper reports, must decide on whether to lift the state’s sovereign immunity from most lawsuits. Mr. Pinsky, the Courant reports, is asking for $100 million on behalf of a six-year-old girl who, he suggests, was traumatized by the horror in which 20 pupils and six women were slain at the Sandy Hook Elementary School.

  176. A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the
    security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms,
    shall not be infringed.

  177. the right of the people to keep and bear Arms,shall not be infringed.

  178. "Shall not be infringed.!"

  179. Prior to the Supreme Court's 2008 decision in District of Columbia v. Heller,1 the courts had yet to definitively state what right the Second Amendment protected. The opposing theories, perhaps oversimplified, were (1) an "individual rights" approach, whereby the Amendment protected individuals' rights to firearm ownership, possession, and transportation; and (2) a "states' rights" approach, under which the Amendment only protected the right to keep and bear arms in connection with organized state militia units.2 Moreover, it was generally believed that the Amendment was only a bar to federal action, not to state or municipal restraints.3

    However, the Supreme Court has now definitively held that the Second Amendment protects an individual's right to possess a firearm unconnected with service in a militia, and to use that weapon for traditionally lawful purposes, such as self-defense within the home. Moreover, this right applies not just to the federal government, but to states and municipalities as well.

    In Heller, the Court held that (1) the District of Columbia's total ban on handgun possession in the home amounted to a prohibition on an entire class of "arms" that Americans overwhelmingly chose for the lawful purpose of self-defense, and thus violated the Second Amendment; and (2) the District's requirement that any lawful firearm in the home be disassembled or bound by a trigger lock also violated the Second Amendment, because the law made it impossible for citizens to use arms for the core lawful purpose of self-defense.

    "Shall not be infringed." (You Fokkkers)

  180. pbird2:47 PM

    Back in the bad old Bush days, Iraq became a focal point of activity for terrorist groups and terrorist militias, but that was bush league stuff. With Obama, there is no longer a focal point because the entire Middle East is crawling with terrorist groups and terrorist militias running from one war to another in the endlessly exciting adventure of democracy that is the Arab Spring.

  181. Clinton Injured, US Navy Seal Killed In Secret US Mission To Iran

  182. Why The Babba has a problemo with Asians

  183. pbird3:44 PM

    they don't all do that

  184. As noted in Friday’s Wall Street Journal in an op-ed by John Bolton and John Woo, a State Department advisory group that is run by former Secretary of Defense William Perry is advising that the U.S. and Russia both reduce nuclear weapons without a treaty,

  185. pbird3:55 PM


  186. pbird3:57 PM

    this time for sure!

  187. 2012 in the IDF Video starts with Jabari strike.

  188. Tomorrow a gallon of milk will cost $11,000. Time to suspend habeas corpus and implement martial law.

  189. The Constitution is a speed bump on the road to our progressive collectivist schemes, it has to go.

  190. Pravda praises America's right to bear arms

    These days, there are few things to admire about the socialist, bankrupt and culturally degenerating USA, but at least so far, one thing remains: the right to bear arms and use deadly force to defend one's self and possessions. ...

    The excuse that people will start shooting each other is ... plain and silly. So it is our politicians saying that our society is full of incapable adolescents who can never be trusted? Then, please explain how we can trust them or the police, who themselves grew up and came from the same culture?

    No it is about power and a total power over the people. There is a lot of desire to bad mouth the Tsar, particularly by the Communists, who claim he was a tyrant, and yet under him we were armed and under the progressives disarmed. Do not be fooled by a belief that progressives, leftists hate guns. Oh, no, they do not. What they hate is guns in the hands of those who are not marching in lock step of their ideology. They hate guns in the hands of those who think for themselves and do not obey without question. They hate guns in those whom they have slated for a barrel to the back of the ear.

  191. BabbaZee5:12 PM

    New thread

    wish me luck