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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Something In The Air

The seventh angel 
poured out his bowl 
into the air, 
and out of the temple 
came a loud voice 
from the throne, 
saying, “It is done!”


404 comments:

  1. Goodmorning and Shalom. Looks like everyone is busy today.

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  2. Robert Ballard, the underwater archaeologist famed for discovering the wreck of the Titanic in 1985, claims to have found evidence of the biblical flood that Noah fled, surfing the waters for 40 days and 40 nights, according to Genesis. He says the Black Sea was once merely a freshwater lake -- until an enormous wall of water from the Mediterranean 200 times more powerful than Niagara Falls swept it and everything else away. Including Noah and his ark.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/science/2012/12/12/archaeologist-claims-evidence-noahs-biblical-flood/#ixzz2EwqL3tGq

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  3. Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R- UT) told Breitbart News on Wednesday that he has been “thwarted” by the State Department from seeing any Americans who survived the deadly attack on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi. Many people forget that there were Americans who survived the Benghazi attack, some of whom were badly injured and are still recovering.
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Peace/2012/12/12/Chaffetz-Benghazi-State-Dept

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  4. unequally yoked, lol

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  5. Jews warned not to wear religious symbols in Copenhagen

    http://www.france24.com/en/20121212-jews-warned-not-wear-religious-symbols-copenhagen

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  6. ok, i get busy too

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  7. Men in tights: how 'meggings' are taking fashion by storm

    http://fashion.telegraph.co.uk/news-features/TMG9731615/Men-in-tights-how-meggings-are-taking-fashion-by-storm.html

    oh yeah, there is this too. Hope you men are ready to follow fashion....hah

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  8. Top U.S. intelligence officials gathered in the White House Situation Room in March to debate a controversial proposal. Counterterrorism officials wanted to create a government dragnet, sweeping up millions of records about U.S. citizens—even people suspected of no crime.

    Not everyone was on board. "This is a sea change in the way that the government interacts with the general public," Mary Ellen Callahan, chief privacy officer of the Department of Homeland Security, argued in the meeting, according to people familiar with the discussions.

    A week later, the attorney general signed the changes into effect.

    http://online.wsj.com/article_email/SB10001424127887324478304578171623040640006-lMyQjAxMTAyMDEwMjExNDIyWj.html?mod=wsj_valetbottom_email

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  9. examine the government files of U.S. citizens for possible criminal behavior, even if there is no reason to suspect them. That is a departure from past practice, which barred the agency from storing information about ordinary Americans unless a person was a terror suspect or related to an investigation.

    Now, NCTC can copy entire government databases—flight records, casino-employee lists, the names of Americans hosting foreign-exchange students and many others. The agency has new authority to keep data about innocent U.S. citizens for up to five years, and to analyze it for suspicious patterns of behavior. Previously, both were prohibited. Data about Americans "reasonably believed to constitute terrorism information" may be permanently retained.

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    National Counterterrorism Center Director Matthew Olsen testifies before the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Capitol Hill in January.


    The changes also allow databases of U.S. civilian information to be given to foreign governments for analysis of their own. In effect, U.S. and foreign governments would be using the information to look for clues that people might commit future crimes.

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  10. i don't think terrorism means what they say it does, or think it does?

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  11. BabbaZee12:56 PM

    no one here but us chickens

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  12. BabbaZee12:57 PM

    Girl gang called the 'Bad Barbies' on loose in The Bronx

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/bronx/ny_deadly_dolls_00c8lg1GHjpMRiR0EpUIaJ

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  13. BabbaZee1:01 PM

    From Al-Masara to the Wall Street Journal: A Case Report of Palestinian Fauxtography


    http://palestineisraelconflict.wordpress.com/2012/12/13/from-al-masara-to-the-wall-street-journal-a-case-report-of-palestinian-fauxtography/

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  14. BabbaZee1:02 PM

    http://archinect.com/news/article/63187957/soundtrack-of-a-city-baba-zula-gecekondu


    The new Baba Zula album is called "Gecekondu," a term used in Turkey for illegal
    settlements built on the fringes of major cities like Istanbul or Ankara. These
    growing slums, built with the simplest materials, have become home to many
    newcomers trying their luck in urban centers.

    One could argue, though, that there's more dignity and beauty in the gecekondus
    than in the ritzy financial districts now conquering the legendary inner city
    areas of Istanbul. One example is a historic district situated in the shadows of
    the Byzantine city wall, known as Sulukule, which has been almost completely
    torn down.

    The band opposes the gentrification of Istanbul.

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  15. BabbaZee1:05 PM

    Electroshock torture handcuffs now patented: Delivers shocking torture, 'gas injections' and 'chemical restraints' to prisoners via remote control

    http://www.naturalnews.com/038320_electroshock_torture_handcuffs_patent.html

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  16. BabbaZee1:06 PM

    A controversial proposal to create a government dragnet, sweeping up millions
    of records about U.S. citizens, was signed into effect earlier this year after
    much debate. The rules allow the National Counterterrorism Center to examine the
    government files of U.S. citizens for possible criminal behavior, even if there
    is no reason to suspect them.
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    >
    >Through Freedom of Information Act requests and interviews with officials at
    numerous agencies, The Wall Street Journal has reconstructed the clash over the
    counterterrorism program within the administration of President Obama. The
    debate was a confrontation between some who viewed it as a matter of
    efficiency--how long to keep data, for instance, or where it should be
    stored--and others who saw it as granting authority for unprecedented government
    surveillance of U.S. citizens.
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    >
    >http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887324478304578171623040640006.html?mod=djemalertNEWS

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  17. pbird1:18 PM

    i just posted that thing down below. its a beauty

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  18. BabbaZee1:19 PM

    Ah see no one reads your posts ahahaha
    I had to go to the Dr I just got back I did not read anything yet

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  19. pbird1:20 PM

    is ok, just teasing. how the appt go?

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  20. BabbaZee1:20 PM

    he says I am alive!

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  21. pbird1:22 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HnyB0a8G71Y

    aint nobody here but us chickens

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  22. BabbaZee1:24 PM

    This is the Dr I have known since I was 18 he just moved back to NY we had not seen each other in 5 years



    He is my friend



    without him life would be much harder for me he understands my conditions etc - he sent me to the last guy the Endocrine guy because he was in Missouri at the time - now he is back so he is getting all the info from that guy and from the nutritionist I went to etc I had full physical blood pee chest xray EKG all that shit



    so manyana we will know if the sugar and thyroid are adjusting as I think they are just based on what is happening to me now but he thinks it is working because he knows me so long, he could see I had lost half my hair etc, he sees the hair is growing back so he thinks I am assimilating protein now and getting better

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  23. pbird1:25 PM

    really good news! When something actually works its so wonderful.

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  24. pbird1:26 PM

    I am making deviled eggs with olives in them because the doofii will eat them...and they keep

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  25. pbird1:27 PM

    i want pictures!

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  26. BabbaZee1:30 PM

    well anything he will eat is a plus



    and mmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  27. BabbaZee1:30 PM

    it HAD to work or I was finished

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  28. pbird1:33 PM

    http://snltranscripts.jt.org/76/76ocarter.phtml

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  29. pbird1:34 PM

    not good

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  30. BabbaZee1:34 PM

    I REMEMBER seeing that one ahaha

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  31. BabbaZee1:34 PM

    depends on the perspective
    now I have to live again
    oy

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  32. pbird1:34 PM

    ! I didn't but its a classic huh

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  33. BabbaZee1:35 PM

    the butter churning ends if you end....


    ahahah


    back to the fuckin churn

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  34. pbird1:36 PM

    indeedy, i nose....the churn gets kinda heavy here and there

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  35. BabbaZee1:36 PM

    it was hilarious I still remember it!

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  36. pbird1:36 PM

    they used to be really funny

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  37. BabbaZee1:37 PM

    yeah you do know

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  38. BabbaZee1:38 PM

    the first few years we had parties around the show - if Frank Zappa was going to be on or something PARTY



    ahahaha


    I stopped watching it in 1981 -82 or so


    have not seen it since

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  39. pbird1:38 PM

    if you use good eggs its killer

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  40. BabbaZee1:39 PM

    Dan Akroyd was Carter he was SO fuckin funny in this one

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  41. pbird1:39 PM

    I saw it a few times but it was great and I miss that oil character who is dead, name escapes me right now...yanno one of the Blues Brothers

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  42. BabbaZee1:39 PM

    John Belushi !!



    Samarai Deli! ahaha

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  43. pbird1:39 PM

    Yeah!! loved him

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  44. BabbaZee1:40 PM

    he was so funny


    There was one where Joe Cocker was singing and he came out in the same clothes and did an imitation of him next to him while he was singing the song fucking classic

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  45. pbird1:41 PM

    jeez yeah

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  46. BabbaZee1:41 PM

    a good egg is hard to find

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  47. pbird1:41 PM

    ha, kids raise em all over here...backyard eggs the best kind

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  48. BabbaZee1:43 PM

    I would love to have chickens and then you could knit me little sweaters for them

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  49. pbird1:44 PM

    yes! I would love to be able to have chickens...I miss them. They are so silly and sweet. I want sheep too. Sheep milk is better in my estimation than goats milk and i would make cheese. Also there is the wool.....

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  50. BabbaZee1:45 PM

    so FUCKIN GOOD

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  51. pbird1:45 PM

    everybody did that song!

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  52. pbird1:47 PM

    i go make food, come back laters....glad you are doing better healthwise

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  53. BabbaZee1:49 PM

    ooo sheep


    we need the Keith Richards Commune for Aging Hippy Sluts

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  54. BabbaZee1:50 PM

    thanks

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  55. pbird2:43 PM

    yes indeed

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  56. BulgarWheat5:22 PM

    Italian sausage with onions and peppers and meat sauce with pasta. A simple meal is on the way.

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  57. Buster6:56 PM

    Big praying time for Babba..... She's gone for tests

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  58. Buster7:17 PM

    Pray Pray Pray Pray Pray

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  59. pbird8:01 PM

    Yes Buster...all day

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  60. Buster8:23 PM

    And pray

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  61. She is in hospital

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  62. pbird8:23 PM

    yes indeed

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  63. pbird8:24 PM

    I know. I am waiting to hear some news.

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  64. Buster8:24 PM

    They are keeping her in

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  65. pbird8:25 PM

    makes sense...

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  66. pbird8:36 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DLEkrS0CWK8&list=PLFF1C4F8BBF0673D3&index=36

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  67. pbird8:39 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PTUpzsDkuA

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  68. pbird8:45 PM

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

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  69. pbird8:48 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p36TNYhd_Gw

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  70. pbird8:54 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C959v_3SSKo&list=PLBE8BF073D3C9D010&index=160

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  71. pbird9:01 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LaZFLkR6fVU

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  72. ChicagoBlue9:42 PM

    Birdy!


    Why? What happened?


    I'm so worried here

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  73. I will email you.

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  74. ChicagoBlue10:39 PM

    Thank You!

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  75. honey sorry i don't have your email! I thought i did

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  76. email me at pdotfu0@gamail.com and i will send news to you and then i will wipe my address off of here

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  77. ChicagoBlue10:46 PM

    Done ~

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  78. ChicagoBlue10:48 PM

    Came back not delivered

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  79. ok waiting

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  80. the last thing is a zero

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  81. ChicagoBlue10:50 PM

    OKay - done again

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  82. Issaquah nudist group to welcome end of the world in the buff
    (light entertainment for BZ)

    http://mynorthwest.com/11/2152409/Issaquah-nudist-group-to-welcome-end-of-days-in-buff

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  83. http://www.slate.com/blogs/the_slatest/2012/12/13/justin_bieber_murder_plot_police_foil_plan_to_castrate_kill_pop_icon.html






    going to bed...waiting in hope and confidence for good news













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  84. Grammy Cracker1:04 AM

    Prayers being offered for our girl tonight! ❤

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  85. BulgarWheat3:53 AM

    I missed all of this somehow yesterday. the prayer wheel has been spun at the Wheat compound.

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  86. BulgarWheat6:32 AM

    defrosting the daughter's car and my truck for my morning provision run. it got damned frosty out there last night. can't have the girl driving with her view of the road obstructed,...me either. driving blind is never a good idea.

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  87. Kyle Pesto7:36 AM

    Babba can see the page but cannot post.

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  88. BulgarWheat7:56 AM

    howdy, Babba!


    you are in everyone's prayers. we'll attempt to behave today, but I can't make any promises.

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  89. I reckon they don't allow cigarettes in hospitals?

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  90. BulgarWheat8:07 AM

    if you're well sedated it doesn't really matter all that much.


    I had some surgery in the Army and had to go outside to smoke. Had an IV and a doboff machine/tube feeding me. The damn thing beeped every two minutes, the doboff. I hated that damned thing, but if fed me.


    They wouldn't let me wear any sweats or even a robe my dad brought to me. They insisted that the hospital gown was all that I needed. I went outside anyway to smoke. They must have thought that modesty was enough to convince me not to go out for a smoke. they were wrong. I didn't care if my ass hung out the back other than the fact it was chilly.

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  91. BulgarWheat8:44 AM

    for Babba, may she be well sedated.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8FxaJKm9sdI

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  92. pbird9:01 AM

    You can't even do that anymore Bulgar. No damn smoke on the premises period, well in WA anyhow.

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  93. pbird9:07 AM

    Goodmorning and Shalom peoples. We wait and pray today.

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  94. pbird9:08 AM

    I wonder if the hoople contraption will let her hear youtubes? She could entertain the whole floor there with our stunning selections.

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  95. OK..... 15 hours without a smoke so far......Yikes!

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  96. pbird9:14 AM

    Wow! She will be cured of smoking by the time they turn her loose!

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  97. ChicagoBlue9:16 AM

    Yes we do - together.


    BABBA!! Big love to you, baby

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  98. pbird9:16 AM

    I always think that they should give them a little nicotine patch while in the hospital just so their body is operating as usual.

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  99. ChicagoBlue9:17 AM

    Terrible!

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  100. BulgarWheat9:18 AM

    I had a balcony at my Hilton in Bellvue. I had a place to smoke

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  101. I recommended chewing tobacco

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  102. She has some sort of TV-internet

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  103. pbird9:25 AM

    You were lucky! Around here its hard in public. Only "creeps" smoke. I smoked outside my FIL's funeral and got the dirty looks. Wow.

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  104. pbird9:26 AM

    Wah! I didn't get that in hospital.

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  105. pbird9:27 AM

    I have to go do the morning stuff, get teenagers rolling...be back in a bit.

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  106. pbird9:28 AM

    lol! Can't see that one!

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  107. pbird9:32 AM

    oh, btw, my youngest designed and produced this for our Christmas card this year. She is quite the designer. The kid is a maniac!

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  108. Oy va voy!9:46 AM

    Man Accused Of Having Sex With Donkey Challenges Constitutionality Of Laws Banning Sex With Animals

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  109. hayseed9:48 AM

    sent by an old friend in Israel.......http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FVFwCL_pvGY

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  110. pbird9:52 AM

    well, tick tock as she says all the time

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  111. hayseed10:04 AM

    if it's got a accordion in it I love it

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  112. Is nice. I just like hearing the Ivrit spoken or sung.

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  113. Oy va voy!10:12 AM

    I curse and swear very well in Ivrit!

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  114. But naturally!!! lol

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  115. I know how to say shut up rather rudely

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  116. hayseed11:23 AM

    got the patch off my right eye.....vision is a beautiful thing

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  117. hayseed11:29 AM

    got the patch off my right eye.....vision is a beautiful thing

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  118. Conrad Sniffles11:45 AM

    Keep praying!

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  119. BulgarWheat11:54 AM

    I will

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  120. Lyle Kale12:31 PM

    She's off to the MRI....having hassles with the management ($) whose admissions people screwed up on here papers.

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  121. Lyle Kale12:48 PM

    "Afternoon buses and kindergarten has been cancelled."


    Really?

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  122. Lyle Kale1:15 PM

    Marine double-amputee’s treatment on Delta flight angers other vets

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/wp/2012/12/13/marine-double-amputee-gets-help-from-fellow-vets-angered-by-delta-airlines-treatment/

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  123. Lyle Kale1:24 PM

    27 dead in school shooting in CT. Right next to Danbury

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  124. Lyle Kale1:29 PM

    Southwest Owes Passengers $29 Million In Free Drinks

    August 1, 2010 is a day that many Southwest Airlines Business Select fliers know well. It’s the day on which the carrier stopped allowing these passengers to carry over their unused free drink vouchers to future flights. More than two years and one class-action settlement later, Southwest is having to buy a lot of rounds.

    We first wrote about the lawsuit last November, when a Southwest Business Select passenger from Chicago alleged the airline unjustly enriched itself by effectively voiding millions of dollars worth of drink coupons that these customers had not used by the Aug. 1, 2010 date. The named plaintiff in the case had 45 of these vouchers (worth around $5 each) in his possession at the time the policy went into effect.

    While Southwest will not be changing its policy back — Business Select passengers must still use their voucher on the day of the flight for which the voucher is given — the Chicago Tribune reports that Southwest passengers who earned these vouchers before the 10/1/2010 date to get new vouchers from the airline. These vouchers will need to be used within one year of being issued.

    Since many people no longer have those old, useless vouchers, Southwest will be identifying and notifying eligible travelers in the coming weeks. It will also be setting up a website for affected customers.

    The current estimate for the number of vouchers that will be issued is around 5.8 million, which translates to $29 million in free drinks.

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  125. pbird1:50 PM

    ohhhh shit

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  126. pbird1:51 PM

    was away from the news..

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  127. pbird1:57 PM

    I have errands. Will be checking in for news.

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  128. pbird2:01 PM

    what a world

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  129. Lyle Kale2:39 PM

    Back from CAT scan..... now thay cannot find the air! prayer works............kEEP IT UP!

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  130. Lyle Kale2:41 PM

    She sure can raise hell for someone on valium.....Oh! and NO schmoking anywhere on the hospital grounds!

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  131. Lyle Kale2:49 PM

    Marine double-amputee’s treatment on Delta flight angers other vets

    On Dec. 13, 2011, Marine Lance Cpl. Christian Brown was leading his squad on a foot patrol in Afghanistan’s Helmand province when he stepped on an explosive device that blew off both his legs, one above the knee, the other below his hip. He also lost part of his right index finger.

    Last Sunday, almost exactly a year since those grievous injuries forced him to learn to walk on two successive pairs of prosthetic legs, Brown was “humiliated” to the point of tears on a Delta flight from Atlanta to Washington after being clumsily wheeled to the back row of the plane, according to a complaint sent to the airline by an outraged fellow passenger.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/she-the-people/wp/2012/12/13/marine-double-amputee-gets-help-from-fellow-vets-angered-by-delta-airlines-treatment/

    Photo: Delta agent at Ronald Reagan Airport

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  132. The doctors cannot understand it! They thnk it is a miracle

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  133. But....she still must stay there until Monday....

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  134. Grammy Cracker3:44 PM

    B"H!! Prayers will continue. ❤

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  135. Grammy Cracker3:45 PM

    SHE is a miracle. HaShem isn't finished with her yet!

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  136. Grammy Cracker3:48 PM

    Oy. Bless her heart; she will hate that. Better they should err on the side of caution though.


    I would say she might get some rest but a hospital is the LAST place you get any rest. Bastids wake you up every two hours if you do manage to fall asleep.

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  137. Grammy Cracker3:51 PM

    I think all hospitals now have non-smoking campuses. At least she's getting some decent drugs... or maybe valium doesn't quite get it done.


    They gave me morphine when I was in last year. That works.

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  138. Grammy Cracker3:53 PM

    Shameful.

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  139. pbird3:54 PM

    Our GOD is very dependable!

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  140. Grammy Cracker3:58 PM

    He is indeed!

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  141. BulgarWheat5:06 PM

    old people and active military are their favorite targets.


    I might be spending the night in jail had I seen this horrific act. It would be worth it though.

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  142. BulgarWheat5:16 PM

    watching some news on the Connecticut school shooting. The State Troopers and Tactical Response Unit is running around in the film with their weapons deployed like they're in some sort of spaghetti western. Thank God they weren't required to actually open fire. They would have ended up killing or injuring a lot more innocent people.

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  143. pbird5:18 PM

    Oh brother...

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  144. BulgarWheat5:45 PM

    they get dressed up and think they're bill bad ass. I wouldn't let a single one of these assholes touch a weapon if I was running the range.

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  145. BulgarWheat5:51 PM

    the wife is horribly lost trying to pick up my son tonight and seems to have a shit load of aggravation towards me for something she and my son arranged for.


    I'm not going to play this game. We had a saying in the Army, "Proper Planning Prevents Piss-Poor Performance." I scout shit out ahead of time and have little to no sympathy for people who do not plan ahead.


    I had nothing to do with this. I wasn't involved. Give me a place and a time and I'll be there,...early. Somehow this is my fault now. I grow weary of this bullshit. I'm the resident drunk and manage my life better than sober people. WTF is wrong with that picture?!!!

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  146. BulgarWheat6:12 PM

    20 kids have been murdered in Connecticut and this is what she's worried about? I'm sure she's not aware of this yet, but it certainly puts things into perspective.

    some woman carried those children for roughly nine months or maybe more. fathers loved those children more than life itself. the emotional, physical, and financial energy in raising children is enormous. I'll say a prayer for these families. GOD bring them comfort and ease their pain.


    People have no perspective anymore.

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  147. ChicagoBlue7:45 PM

    OH!!
    Yes!

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  148. ChicagoBlue7:46 PM

    INDEED!!

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  149. ChicagoBlue7:47 PM

    Well crap.

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  150. pbird8:27 PM

    Yanno Bulgar that's a world wide disease. So many cases where people are faking it and don't even know they are faking it.

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  151. Grammy Cracker12:29 AM

    Went to a neighbor's house for a little Hanukkah party tonight and just got home. I'm hoping no news is good news.


    I'm going to bed now to say prayers for our Babba, et al. I'll check in tomorrow. Loves yez. ❤

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  152. pbird1:38 AM

    goodnight Grammy Cracker

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  153. BulgarWheat4:09 AM

    I saw it and understood it for what it was. I spoke with the Leper about it last night.

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  154. BulgarWheat4:21 AM

    I'm still shocked and saddened about the horrible murder of innocent children in Connecticut. I cannot fathom how someone could do this.

    A week ago in our neighborhood, a man shot his wife and himself. Their two year old was at home, and their six and eight year old children were at school. A neighbor of mine now has their 5 month old german shephard, Max. Beautiful dog. I can't understand how people can do this.

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  155. BulgarWheat4:50 AM

    poor Babba is probably awake now and wondering how the hell she can get out of the krankenhaus.

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  156. BulgarWheat4:56 AM

    I have some nice thick bacon I can fry up this morning. really thick bacon and maybe some french toast. mix things up a little around this joint. I only have one last pound of goetta left, so I'm going to save that until I get some more to replace it.


    I never even bothered to eat supper last night and find myself very hungry this morning.

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  157. Tina Agnus5:38 AM

    I miss you Grace!

    I wrote skype.

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  158. BulgarWheat5:58 AM

    hello, Tina. Babba is in the krankenhaus. She should be out in a couple days. I make up some crepes with creme cheese and strawberry compot with some bacon on the side. It's what I do on Saturdays lately.


    Babba will return soon. She's a mutant like me and there's no way GOD will let her go before her work is done.

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  159. Tina Agnus6:08 AM

    Thank you!
    God bless Babba and all her friends!

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  160. BulgarWheat6:15 AM

    she doesn't have her computer with her in the hospital. Mikael tells me that she can see comments on the TV in her room though. Send your prayers and that is all we can do at the moment.

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  161. Tina Agnus6:23 AM

    God helps us and God saves his children always! kiss you ..... be healthy,I love you my sister Babba! Barbara!

    Grace!

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  162. G.Grabber6:58 AM

    David Brooks calls for gun control, less media coverage in wake of Sandy Hook shooting

    “These kinds of shootings historically have had no effect on public opinion in the gun debate,” Brooks said. “I think if we’re going to control guns, we really have to do it massive. I think I’m all for getting rid of the assault weapons and machine guns and all that … but if we want to prevent something like this, we have to really think seriously about drastically reducing the number of guns in our society, and particularly — this is an old Patrick Daniel Moynihan idea — the number of bullets. It is very hard to control 300 million guns. The bullets are a little easier to control.”

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  163. bweep7:01 AM

    She got wind again? I often wake up in the night and think I've died and gone to hell 'cos the room smells like a sulphur pit. Flatulence can actually be fatal ....At least for anyone who walks into my room first thing in the morning.....Let's just hope the psychiatrists don't get a look at her while she's in ....otherwise she'll never get out....

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  164. BulgarWheat7:12 AM

    bweep, there are moments when sarcasm is called for. Then there are other moments.


    breakfast is made for the family and warming in the oven, so I guess I'll go shave and shower. My daughter has her last performance of the nutcracker this morning and we're going to go see that.

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  165. BulgarWheat7:51 AM

    no. they cannot have my guns. I intend no harm to anyone, but I will not be harmed either. It's as simple as that.

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  166. G.Grabber7:52 AM

    F*CK Neil Cavuto for claiming "automatic weapons" were found at the shooting scene.... of course his Boss Murdoch has called for disarmament of Post-America.

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  167. G.Grabber7:53 AM

    MEDS? Shooter suffered from 'personality disorder' ...

    'Obviously not well'...

    Intelligent and Shy...

    *Brother has told investigators that Adam was 'autistic'...

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  168. G.Grabber7:57 AM

    Bloomberg: Obama Must Take 'Immediate Action' Against Guns...

    Boston Mayor: Time For 'National Policy'...

    MURDOCH: 'When will politicians find courage to ban automatic weapons?'...

    22 children slashed by knife-wielding adult at elementary school in China...


    "Now is the time for a national policy on guns that takes the loopholes out of the laws, the automatic weapons out of our neighborhoods and the tragedies like today out of our future." (Gun Grabber-America Hater Boston Mayor Mennino)

    There is no law on earth that can take tragedy out of our future. The guns used today were apparently semi-automatic, not automatic. And as for the loopholes in the law, there is no evidence of any loopholes exploited by the perpetrator. As mentioned, Connecticut has some of the most stringent gun laws in the nation -- which is why Menino is calling for a national gun policy, since he clearly can't blame Connecticut's gun policy.

    But all of that won’t stop the radical left from politicizing the shootings with minutes. And it hasn’t.

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  169. G.Grabber7:59 AM

    As Governor of Arizona, Janet "Bruno" Napolitano suggested banning the sales of ammunition.

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  170. G.Grabber8:02 AM

    Heartless bastards exploiting the deaths of children to put forward their twisted, Globalist agenda and their quest to rip the heart out of the US Constitution.

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/12/14/police-respond-to-shooting-at-connecticut-elementary-school/

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  171. BulgarWheat9:06 AM

    they may not have mine. I can't be any clearer on that.

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  172. BulgarWheat9:08 AM

    I was looking at that earlier this morning and came to the same conclusion.

    We trimmed back a holly bush last week. I made a whacking stick for my son and completed it this morning. IRA style. Great for bashing in skulls and knee-capping people. We named it Thumper, the Whack Stick.


    As long as there are humans, there are going to be weapons.

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  173. Despite earlier reports that said she was a teacher, Nancy Lanza was not a teacher at the school where the killings took place, said Janet Vollmer, a kindergarten teacher at Sandy Hook Elementary School. http://www.cnn.com/2012/12/14/us/connecticut-school-shooting/index.html

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  174. HuffPo has at least 19 gun control headlines on its front page.
    Disgusting left-wing propaganda less than 24 hours after shootings.

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  175. CAIR-Chicago runs “My (stealth) Jihad” ads on buses

    The Council on American-Islamic Relations in Chicago (CAIR-Chicago) has launched an ad campaign with the intent of re-packaging the word, “Jihad” so that it means something much softer than what reality has been telling the world it means. The Executive Director of CAIR-Chicago, Ahmed Rehab, is featured in the videos below.

    Ads have gone up on buses in that city that say things like, “My Jihad is to build friendships across the aisle” and “My Jihad is to build bridges through friendship” and “My Jihad is not to judge people by their cover”. That last one is our personal favorite because we actually agree with it. We are not judging CAIR or this campaign at all by its cover. That “cover” is what we warn you about.

    http://shoebat.com/2012/12/15/cair-chicago-runs-my-stealth-jihad-ads-on-buses/

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  176. Babba Update:

    Babba is very sad... even with the Valium.

    The doctors require more (and invasive) tests for possible tumours. She is not happy about this.... and is trying to be defiant in the face of necessity .


    So we must continue to pray.

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  177. bweep9:46 AM

    Oh come on...I can rile Babazee and get clean away with it 'cos she can't answer back....How often does that happen?....You could even post that picture of here and she'd be helpless to stop it......Marvellous....Liberating....I might go out onto the balcony in the nude again in a minute....

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  178. Here come the grief counselors, over the hill, pouring into Newtown, Connecticut



    By Jon Rappoport

    December 15, 2012

    www.nomorefakenews.com





    You may as well say that, from this point on, the rest of the events in Newtown, Connecticut, will be brought to you by Merck, Glaxo, and Pfizer.



    Media outlets are already reporting that "a raft of services" will be available for the children of Sandy Hook Elementary school, and the Newtown community, where Adam Lanza killed 26 people yesterday.



    This is phase two. It always happens at these mass murder events. The grief counselors. The social service workers. The psychologists.



    They pour in. And they end up referring people to psychiatrists, who will in turn prescribe some of the very drugs that trigger murder and suicide.



    The drugs that cause people to kill.



    This is one way the psychiatric drug industry spreads its heinous influence.



    The sequence is always the same, because it's set up that way. After the mass murders and the shock and the horror, the grief industry arrives, and then come the referrals to psychiatric drug pushers, along with the memorials and the "healing."



    The entire mass-shooting aftermath is laid on as a cover, to deflect REAL investigation into what happened.



    So here is the first real question.



    WHO WAS ADAM LANZA'S DOCTOR?



    I kept asking this question about James Holmes, the accused Aurora theater shooter. Finally, it emerged that, indeed, he'd been seeing Lynne Fenton, a psychiatrist at the U of Colorado.



    Now, in Newtown, Connecticut, it's Adam Lanza, whom his brother describes as having had a personality disorder.



    If the school shooter was seeing a psychiatrist, we want to know who the doctor is, now. We want a list of all medications Lanza was taking, now.



    We know these drugs' effects. We know a number of psychiatric drugs cause brain storms that push people into committing suicide and homicide.



    Newtown is a small community. Somebody there can step up and say who the doctor is. Do it now. The police can't be depended on to do it. You people in Newtown want to save yourselves from another horror down the line, get the name of the doctor and make it public.



    What are we waiting for? Do you think the major media are going to tear away the curtain and tell us anything important? We don't need official confirmation that the drugs, like Prozac, Zoloft, Paxil, and Ritalin are causing people to go crazy and kill. It's in the literature. I've cited the references time and time again. We have to have a public uproar. This killing has to stop.



    Expose the drugs, once and for all. Expose the doctors who prescribe them knowing full well what effects they have. Expose the pharmaceutical companies that sell them knowing what they do. Expose the FDA for permitting the drugs to be given in the first place.



    Do we need a hundred more of these insane shootings before we wake up? Do we need to stand by and let the government blame it on guns?



    Who was Adam Lanza's doctor?



    Who was his doctor?



    The op is to keep the people in Newtown in shock, grief, and "we're all in this together" long enough to avert a true investigation.



    Jon Rappoport

    The author of an explosive collection, THE MATRIX REVEALED, Jon was a candidate for a US Congressional seat in the 29th District of California. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, he has worked as an investigative reporter for 30 years, writing articles on politics, medicine, and health for CBS Healthwatch, LA Weekly, Spin Magazine, Stern, and other newspapers and magazines in the US and Europe. Jon has delivered lectures and seminars on global politics, health, logic, and creative power to audiences around the world. You can sign up for his free emails at www.nomorefakenews.com

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  179. hayseed9:56 AM

    get a grip skip...you are going off the deep end

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  180. Let me pitch in here with the unpopular European perspective on your gun culture...If some nerd walks into a school with a gun and I am there, he will kill me and then go on to kill children. If he walks in with a whack stick, he will get it shoved up his arse and will have his head banged off of four walls and flushed down the toilet before the police arrive to arrest me....Not a perfect situation I agree, but that's how it is. Anyway, the point is guns only serve to empower the sickly, sad gobshites who intend to do harm to the innocent. If they don't have them, there are generally enough ugly but well meaning brutes like me who don't need a gun to deal with them. Your American logic is quite bizarre and I'm not convinced that you even believe it yourselves. You have guns because you want them. We don't have them because we don't want them. Our laws reflect the atittude of the majority. There's nothing 'radical left' about it.

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  181. hayseed10:00 AM

    I need a Babba update

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  182. Babba Update: As of 09:00 EST

    Babba is very sad... even with the Valium.

    The doctors require more (and invasive) tests for possible tumours.
    She is not happy about this.... and is trying to be defiant in the face
    of necessity .

    So we must continue to pray.

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  183. hayseed10:06 AM

    I need a Babba update

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  184. Babba update directly below this post!

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  185. Screw u Hollywood, every night your ridiculous tv shows glorify
    violence, rape, murder, u have some NERVE screaming about gun control

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  186. ok will do, poor kid

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  187. right, what bullshit

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  188. just like a yard full of chickens squawking about everything they see....

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  189. ChicagoBlue10:20 AM

    Yeah, will do - this sucks.

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  190. I have a big juicy headcold that makes me feel about as festive as a rhino and BZ's thing is pissing me off too. I don't blame her for being mad.

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  191. can you imagine the smarmy bullshit these people spew....yuck! The people will grieve alright. Don't need the carrion eaters.

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  192. Is true. My daughter keeps a twentyfour inch wrench in her bedroom. Besides that being hilarious it could be pretty effective.

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  193. nor me, I don't get it..

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