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Saturday, March 2, 2013

Ain't Nobody Here But Us Chickens

Do not call conspiracy 
everything this people calls a conspiracy; 
do not fear what they fear, 
and do not dread it.


361 comments:

  1. BulgarWheat2:04 PM

    Do not call conspiracy


    everything this people calls a conspiracy;


    do not fear what they fear,


    and do not dread it.

    We'll always have the gulag.
    I fear I'm no longer young enough to enjoy it.

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  2. 42% of Cancer Researchers in U.S. are Immigrants

    Saturday, March 02, 2013

    The researchers at the top seven cancer centers hail from 56 countries, but half of them came from just five nations The leading country of origin for U.S.-based cancer researchers is China, which accounts for 21%. Following China is India (10%), Germany and Canada (both 7%), and the United Kingdom (6%).

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  3. BulgarWheat2:36 PM

    yeah, but have any of those countries won amerikan idol? huh?


    didn't think so. party on dude!

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  4. M-14 Pimped Out and Ready For Battle

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  5. U.S. Army Sgt. Andrew Barnett scans the
    area using the optic lens on his M14 enhanced battle rifle outside an
    Afghan border police observation point in Kunar province, Afghanistan,
    Jan. 28, 2013. Barnett is assigned to the 101st Airborne Division's 2nd
    Battalion, 327th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team.

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  6. Royal Thai Marine Chief Petty Officer 1st
    Class Pairoj Prasansai, right, feeds cobra blood, which can be a useful
    source of energy, to U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Jerry Clark during a jungle
    survival course in Ban Chan Krem, Chantaburi province,

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  7. BulgarWheat2:48 PM

    Nikon optics I think,...possibly a Zeiss.


    Lovely rig.

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  8. BulgarWheat2:50 PM

    2/327th,...Second to None! OooRahhhh!

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  9. BabbaZee3:13 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oq81jN1s5LY&feature=youtu.be

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  10. BulgarWheat4:27 PM

    I go make super sekrit new hamburger recipe. One clue, the only other person I know who could make these is hayseed. once I get the fries started I'll mix up my sekrit recipe, chop up some onions, and get some romain lettuce ready.


    It may only be hamburgers and fries, but it's going to be spectactular I think.

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  11. New Combat Medal.....Honouring those who served.

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  12. BulgarWheat4:28 PM

    SSSSSSPPPPPPPPPPPIIIIIIIIIIIIIIITTTTTTTTTTTTTah!

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  13. pbird4:53 PM

    hell, i could get that medal///lol from knitting and stuff

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  14. pbird4:56 PM

    i heard you can put sriracha in your chicken brine to good effect, we shall see

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  15. BulgarWheat5:22 PM

    the fries and burgers are cooking up nicely, the dishwasher is running. I'll take the first batch of burgers and fries and keep them warm in the oven.


    Cut up some onion, get some avacado, and we're set. A very simple, but controversial supper. I will publish the results later on. I think it's going to be pretty good.

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  16. pbird5:27 PM

    controversial eh, sound interesting

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  17. pbird5:28 PM

    as I was driving up an alley today I came upon this stylin place...woo

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  18. BulgarWheat5:29 PM

    let's see what happens first. this is the first run.

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  19. pbird5:29 PM

    also found an International Seminary, just like that. Wonder whats up there..

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  20. BulgarWheat5:30 PM

    go and ask them next time you have a chance.

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  21. pbird5:30 PM

    poshibly, i operate pretty stealth but maybe...

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  22. pbird5:37 PM

    Furthermore, while saying the federal deficit does indeed need to be curtailed, Mr. Bloomberg argued the United States could owe “an infinite amount of money” and there is no specific amount that would cause the country to default.

    “We are spending money we don’t have,” Mr. Bloomberg explained. “It’s not like your household. In your household, people are saying, ‘Oh, you can’t spend money you don’t have.’ That is true for your household because nobody is going to lend you an infinite amount of money. When it comes to the United States federal government, people do seem willing to lend us an infinite amount of money. … Our debt is so big and so many people own it that it’s preposterous to think that they would stop selling us more. It’s the old story: If you owe the bank $50,000, you got a problem. If you owe the bank $50 million, they got a problem. And that’s a problem for the lenders. They can’t stop lending us more money.”
    http://politicker.com/2013/03/mayor-bloomberg-dont-panic-about-the-sequester/

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  23. pbird5:40 PM

    Sequestageddon
    Government-by-fake-disaster-movie seems to be going swimmingly for Obama.

    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/342014/sequestageddon-mark-steyn

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  24. pbird5:42 PM

    . Why, because of this weekend’s looming Mayan Apocalypse, President Obama declined to deploy a carrier to the Persian Gulf, concerned that it might be left on the other side of the planet completely sequestered with no fuel to limp back home and insufficient stores in the mess-hall larder to cook up federally compliant slop. So, when the mullahs go nuclear and drop the big one on Tel Aviv, it will be the fault of the Republicans for failing to agree to a prudent, balanced, fiscally responsible plan — like the Senate’s latest deficit-reduction proposal, which, as is traditional, increases the deficit (by $7 billion).

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  25. BulgarWheat6:03 PM

    the republic is lost. I hate post amerika.

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  26. BulgarWheat6:04 PM

    such an arrogant prick, bloomberg.

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  27. pbird6:09 PM

    http://www.collectorsweekly.com/articles/the-1950s-most-nauseating-jell-o-soaked-recipes/

    I collect a lot of those funny old cookbooks too. Its weirdly amusing.

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  28. iAssault: FDNY Veteran Allegedly Beat Wife With iPad

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  29. pbird7:44 PM

    naturally,

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  30. Bunglers flush away 18,000 litres of Scotch

    http://www.thescottishsun.co.uk/scotsol/homepage/news/article4816591.ece

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  31. pbird2:23 AM

    Captured On Google Earth: Mysterious Barcode Patterns Strewn Across U.S. Land

    http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-02/captured-on-googl-earth-mysterious-barcode-patterns-strewn-across-us-land

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  32. BulgarWheat6:26 AM

    enough to make a grown man cry

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  33. BulgarWheat6:35 AM

    Poor Pam....

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/03/01/CPAC-Turns-Away-Pamela-Geller

    CPAC Turns Away Pamela Geller

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  34. BabbaZee7:15 AM

    President Mohamed Morsy has topped the list of nominees to win trip to space organized by Axe Cosmetics company, garnering more than 21,000 votes.

    Morsy managed to garner enough votes to take the lead after the April 6 Youth Movement earlier announced it had created a profile with Morsy’s name, as part of the “Popular Campaign to send Morsy into Outer Space.”

    http://www.egyptindependent.com/news/morsy-tops-contest-outer-space-trip

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-w5sE82dKV0

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  35. BulgarWheat7:28 AM

    maybe they can leave his sorry ass out there.

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  36. BulgarWheat7:36 AM

    I've got one last "everything" bagle left and while everyone else is still asleep, I think I'll toast it up and butter it up nicely.

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  37. mawskrat8:01 AM

    Oh Happy Day Ferals.....make it a great one

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  38. mawskrat8:05 AM

    I have nothing against P.G.

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  39. BulgarWheat8:15 AM

    Proctor & Gamble?

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  40. A dumbass talk show host asked a Army Sgt. about gun control. "What chance would a bunch of Americans armed with pea-shooters (ARs, AK's etc.) stand against a fully armed battalion of National Guard?"

    The Sarge responded: "They stand a very good chance.....Look at Iraq and Afghanistan, the enemy had no heavy weapons. Look at the damage Chris Kyle did. Then there was Dohrner, 10,000 LEO's running terrified because of a mediocre navy reservist"

    True

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  41. The SOF Community Takes Care of Its Own

    Read more: http://sofrep.com/17877/the-sof-community-takes-care-of-a-brother-call-to-action/#ixzz2MU09xlYe

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  42. BulgarWheat8:29 AM

    these folks never read Sun Tzu I suppose. Mandatory reading in the Army NCO school. Disruption is more powerful than a predator drone.

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  43. mawskrat8:30 AM

    Pamela

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  44. They just listen to bloviating talk-show idiots.

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  45. Israel Anticpates the 'Somalization' Of Syria



    On the one hand, the fall of Syria will indeed constitute a blow to what we call the “axis of evil,” but on the other hand it has the potential to transform the entire country into an unfamiliar, evil entity. This “evil entity” is not on the conventional level, that story is long passé. Instead, we are talking in terms of advanced weapons, weapons of mass destruction, rockets, sophisticated long-range heavy missiles as well as many other weapons that can cause severe headaches in Jerusalem and nervous, tense lives in Israel’s North

    Read more: http://www.al-monitor.com/pulse/originals/2013/03/life-after-assad.html#ixzz2MU1FeBpS

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  46. BabbaZee8:33 AM

    We knew this in the Bronx without Sun Tzu

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  47. BulgarWheat8:33 AM

    yeah, I saw that too.

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  48. CPAC is a Moslim run (Grover) collection of fraudulent wind-bags...... She shouldn't even care... she can have a few bottles of wine with Frank Gaffney instead

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  49. BulgarWheat8:34 AM

    that's a fact. long memories too.

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  50. BabbaZee8:35 AM

    uhhh... Elenore?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDjI015s044

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  51. BabbaZee8:37 AM

    oh. that.


    [ ---- ]

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  52. North Carolina had an alternative "Conservative" conference Fri-Sat http://clc2013.com/

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  53. Conservative Leadership Conference on March 1-2 (And No Mozlims)

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  54. BabbaZee8:46 AM

    Syria under the Assad family was the most stable country in the region, period. You knew where the country began and where it ended.

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  55. am afraid of terrorists.

    I’m afraid of terrorists in Washington D.C.

    I’m afraid of terrorists, financial terrorists, that own the politicians in Washington D.C.



    They’re telling us this war around the world is going to continue because the threat of nodes of Al Queda are everywhere.

    They’re also telling us… this battleground is coming to a town near you.


    - See more at: http://www.shtfplan.com/charlie-mcgrath/mcgrath-this-battleground-is-coming-to-a-town-near-you_03012013#sthash.76SBJ4F5.dpuf

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  56. BabbaZee8:49 AM

    They can lead without me


    I trust none of them

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  57. Aerial photography ban proposed for all but government

    GBeat: "Neal Kurk (R), member of the New Hampshire House of Representatives since 1986 has recently sponsored HB 619-FN to make aerial photography illegal in their state."

    The proposed bill states:

    A person is guilty of a class A misdemeanor if such person knowingly creates or assists in creating an image of the exterior of any residential dwelling in this state where such image is created by or with the assistance of a satellite, drone, or any device that is not supported by the ground. This prohibition shall not apply where the image does not reveal forms identifiable as human beings or man-made objects. In this paragraph, “dwelling” means any building, structure, or portion thereof which is occupied as, or designed or intended for occupancy as, a residence by one or more individuals.

    This bill would forbid you from tossing a camera two feet into the air with the shutter-timer feature activated. And Kite aerial photographers will have to switch to pole cams, I guess.


    http://boingboing.net/2013/03/02/aerial-photography-ban-propose.html

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  58. BabbaZee8:56 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t6CMSuT98-E

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  59. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    I suppose it would include no taking photos from the tops of tall buildings too

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  60. BabbaZee8:59 AM

    however the building is supported by the ground


    so if I go to the highest building roof in NH and take a photo am I in violation??

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  61. Obama's "Egyptian Revolution"


    Swarms of locusts attack El-Obour Market in Cairo

    Locust plague destroys agricultural products at El-Obour market Sunday morning


    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/3/12/65982/Business/Economy/Swarms-of-locusts-attack-ElObour-Market-in-Cairo.aspx


    (Look out for clouds of frogs)

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  62. BabbaZee9:08 AM

    To me and to many others that I have met, read or spoken to, the rationale is quite clear and simple: as long as the Muslim Brotherhood remains in power, there is absolutely no chance that real development or progress will ever take place in Egypt.

    http://www.dailynewsegypt.com/2013/03/02/the-end-of-the-muslim-brotherhood/

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  63. BabbaZee9:15 AM

    Assad accuses Britain, US of backing terrorism
    http://www.thehindu.com/news/international/world/assad-accuses-britain-us-of-backing-terrorism/article4471947.ece
    sadly he is right

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  64. mawskrat9:16 AM

    Babba is in violation of everything except being honest\
    please to report to local cadre for assignment/

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  65. BabbaZee9:17 AM

    Berlin Wall's most iconic paintings under threat from property developers

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/feb/27/berlin-wall-paintings-threatened-developers

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  66. BabbaZee9:17 AM

    ahahahahahaha


    I am in DEEP SHIT NOW!

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  67. BabbaZee9:18 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wW_DzI2X-2A

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  68. Gay sex rings, 'The Filth' corrupting the Vatican...and why the Pope REALLY quit

    Sickened by moral corrosion in his own shadowy cabal, Benedict can only rid Rome of its malign influence by resigning... a leading Catholic writer's explosive analysis


    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2287074/Pope-resigns-2013-Gay-sex-rings-The-Filth-corrupting-Vatican--Pope-REALLY-quit.html#ixzz2MUDGvSri
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  69. BabbaZee9:21 AM

    (Look out for clouds of frogs)
    oy and

    rivers of blood.
    fire from the sky.
    boils.
    oh my.

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  70. BabbaZee9:24 AM

    New pope 'to pledge to serve until death'

    http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/world/new-pope-to-pledge-to-serve-until-death/story-fnb64oi6-1226589454799

    Italian reports suggest some church leaders believe Benedict's departure has undermined the sacredness of the office. An unnamed cardinal told the Corriere della Sera newspaper it was impossible to abolish the rule that a pope had the right to resign of his own freewill. "But for the future we need to safeguard the freedom of the church from external influences,"

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  71. BabbaZee9:26 AM

    I still think the fag thing although true is just a smokescreen for the real issue


    The Vatican Bank must to become shariah compliant


    the whole banking scandal thing is going almost entirely uncovered by the news which is a tell in itself


    the Vatican itself may have even leaked the fag shit on purpose to cover for that

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  72. BabbaZee9:27 AM

    Maybe Benedict was opposed to it
    His butler says he took the documents he took in support of him, to protect and defend him, not go against him - and although we do not know precisely what the documents are we do know they pertain top the banking shit, not the fag shit.

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  73. BabbaZee9:29 AM

    in a war between sex and money it is a very close fight but money wins every time so I really think it is to do with the Holy Bank gearing up for Sharia compliance and having to hide all the money laundering they do

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  74. BabbaZee9:30 AM

    the Vatican itself may have even leaked the fag shit on purpose to cover for that




    sun tzu would approve

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  75. BabbaZee9:33 AM

    Kerry said he would discuss with Morsi on Sunday ways in which the United States could help Egypt recover from its economic crisis.

    “And I emphasize again, as strongly as I can, we’re not here to interfere, I’m here to listen,” Kerry said.

    A State Department official travelling with Kerry told reporters that the Secretary of State would also discuss anti-Semitic remarks Morsi made before he was president and has since backtracked from.

    But “the primary goal here is to encourage his – to encourage his work that he did with Israelis in getting the Gaza ceasefire,” he said, of an Egyptian-mediated truce that ended eight days of fighting in November between Israel and Hamas.

    http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/world/us-secretary-of-state-kerry-urges-unity-as-wraps-up-cairo-trip/article9245546/

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  76. BabbaZee9:38 AM

    Q. Nasty Surprise: When my wife and I met in college, the attraction was immediate, and we quickly became inseparable. We had a number of things in common, we came from the same large metropolitan area, and we both wanted to return there after school, so everything was very natural between us.

    We married soon after graduation, moved back closer to our families, and had three children by the time we were 30. We were both born to lesbians, she to a couple, and me to a single woman.

    She had sought out her biological father as soon as she turned 18, as the sperm bank her parents used allowed contact once the children were 18 if both parties consented. I never was interested in learning about that for myself, but she felt we were cheating our future children by not learning everything we could about my past, too.

    Well, our anniversary is coming up and I decided to go ahead and, as a present to my wife, see if my biological father was interested in contact as well. He was, and even though our parents had used different sperm banks, it appears so did our father, as he is the same person.

    On the one hand, I love my wife more than I can say, and logically, done is done, we already have children. I have had a vasectomy, so we won't be having any more, so perhaps there is no harm in continuing as we are.

    But, I can't help but think "This is my sister" every time I look at her now. I haven't said anything to her yet, and I don't know if I should or not. Where do I go from here?

    I am tempted to burn everything I got from the sperm bank and just try to forget it all, but I'm not sure if I can. Please help me figure out where to go from here.

    http://www.slate.com/articles/life/dear_prudence/2013/02/dear_prudence_my_wife_and_i_came_from_the_same_sperm_donor.html

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  77. mawskrat9:40 AM

    as ya'll know my wife works in a convent as she says
    the going ons of the Catholic Church flies in the face
    of what Jesus taught. she says it's just a bidnezz now
    and the don't care about the employees any more.

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  78. BabbaZee9:41 AM

    It was always just bidnezz


    always

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  79. BabbaZee9:43 AM

    Someone said to me the other day Jesus would not recognize the Catholic church he would not know what to make of it and I had said sure he would ... just not in the way you think - he would recognize it immediately as what it is, Rome.

    All churches are corporations.

    https://www.startchurch.com/?gclid=CLjO4JTk4LUCFc1QOgodM0sAXA

    That one is just the oldest, the largest, AND an official Bank.

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  80. mawskrat9:47 AM

    I Love The Beautiful Game!!!!!

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  81. mawskrat9:49 AM

    good thing my cousin and I didn't have kids

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  82. BabbaZee9:49 AM

    good thing I did not have kids period.

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  83. BabbaZee9:50 AM

    Even our closest relatives-chimpanzees and bonobos-can't read our gestures as readily as dogs can. Dogs are remarkably similar to human infants in the way they pay attention to us. This ability accounts for the extraordinary communication we have with our dogs. Some dogs are so attuned to their owners that they can read a gesture as subtle as a change in eye direction.

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/03/130302-dog-domestic-evolution-science-wolf-wolves-human/

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  84. BulgarWheat9:51 AM

    what a mess we can create when we don't follow the roadmap GOD provided for us

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  85. mawskrat9:54 AM

    well Bulgar it's that free will crap that gets us
    into trouble....dammit man

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  86. BulgarWheat9:55 AM

    If I'm able to retire to a small place in the country with a workshop, I'd have myself a dog or two to goof around with. They make great company. Maybe a couple barn cats as well. That would be nice. And a cool stream of running water. Is good for main' moonshine.

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  87. BulgarWheat9:56 AM

    don't fool yourself, Babba. You would have been a remarkable mother and would have raised equally remarkable children. Probably brilliant children even.

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  88. BabbaZee9:56 AM

    Free will is a bitch with an apple.

    http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2013/03/130302-dog-domestic-evolution-science-wolf-wolves-human/

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  89. BabbaZee9:57 AM

    Listen GOD knows better than we do and he did not see fit to give me children.


    Gotta be something to that.

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  90. BulgarWheat9:57 AM

    we did come with an instruction manual, and like most men I only read the instruction manual when I'm in trouble. Same thing with asking directions.

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  91. BulgarWheat9:59 AM

    yeah. who knows GOD's plans other than GOD?

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  92. BabbaZee10:00 AM

    no frikkin body

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  93. BabbaZee10:02 AM

    I like to pretend these guys are my sons ahaha

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

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CtP2h8e4yJo

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  94. BabbaZee10:03 AM

    My boys Jack and Alex!

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  95. BulgarWheat10:07 AM

    once the kids leave the house, I think I'd like a small cabin. Maybe a couple bedrooms and a couple baths. have room for a comfy camper when the kids or other company came to visit. I'd want a pretty good size workshop, or maybe a barn and make a section of it my workshop. I'd like a well-worn path between the house and my workshop. A fishing pond would be a bonus.


    I'd like to just slow down and enjoy life for a while as long as I'm able to. Nothing fancy. Very low key. A few acres and lots of woods to wander around in. That would be a wonderful retirement. Provided my health holds up, I can retire in less than ten years. Is good to have a goal.

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  96. An excellent plan!

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  97. It is a funny experience to look at a big man, father of his own children and all the stuff he does and remember where he came from.. a little guy you had to help with everything.

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  98. Shalom kidz!

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  99. BabbaZee10:17 AM

    this we all have in common

    we were all once entirely helpless
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J8VUolqWr8U
    be youse as little children

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  100. I read that one too. Some secrets should remain secrets. No good in spilling it now.

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  101. we were very much

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  102. i tend to think so

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  103. BulgarWheat10:20 AM

    good morning, pbird!

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  104. don't you love it, I come straggling in yawning and rubbing my eyes three hours after everybody, can't help it, sun gets to me later!

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  105. BabbaZee10:22 AM

    Greetings From Tim Buckley - Official Trailer HD (2013)

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9f3lZFWluPI

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  106. far out! as they say. I wish the actor looked like him!

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  107. wonder why?

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  108. DHS built domestic surveillance tech into Predator drones

    Homeland Security's specifications say drones must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed. Also specified: "signals interception" and "direction finding" for electronic surveillance.

    http://news.cnet.com/8301-13578_3-57572207-38/dhs-built-domestic-surveillance-tech-into-predator-drones/

    The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has customized its Predator drones, originally built for overseas military operations, to carry out at-home surveillance tasks that have civil libertarians worried: identifying civilians carrying guns and tracking their cell phones, government documents show.

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  109. "In the border area of California and Arizona, it may be actively dangerous for the law-abiding to not carry firearms precisely due to the illegal flow of drugs and immigrants across the border in those areas," Hoffman says.

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  110. mawskrat10:37 AM

    ha ha I'm not alone
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g8IFEpSHwxg
    Counting all the assholes in the room
    Well I'm definitely not alone, well I'm not alone
    You're a liar, you're a cheater, you're fool
    Well that's just like me yoohoo and I know you too
    Mr. Perfect don't exist my little friend
    And I tell you it again, and I do it again
    Counting all the assholes in the room, Well I'm
    Definitely not alone, well I'm not alone

    Look deep into yourself before you blame all others
    For betrayal, for betrayal
    I promise, so easy to say, and easy you failed,
    And you do it again

    Well the music seems do cover
    And all the liquid do the colours
    Well I turn my back and
    Go for all the better things in order

    Well maybe you think your lie is safe
    But I read you like a letter, yeah like a letter
    Your charm do not evens the pain
    It feeds me with rage, and you do it again

    Well the music seems do cover
    And all the liquid do the colours
    Well I turn my back and
    Go for all the better things in order

    Well the music seems do cover
    And all the liquid do the colours
    Well I turn my back and
    Go for all the better things in order

    And a gangster keeps on telling
    That he got a song that matters
    So I flip a coin towards him
    Thank you very much for listening

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  111. BulgarWheat10:43 AM

    in post amerika, it IS actively dangerous for law-abiding citizens not to have the means to protect themselves.

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  112. I often end up way out in the woods, on the top of some mountain and think how ridiculous it is to be out there unarmed. I might have to fix that.

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  113. mawskrat10:45 AM

    nice live version...krank it!!!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E23IiKznhF8

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  114. NEW YORK (AP) -- A young couple who had taken a car service to a hospital for the birth of their first child were killed en route in a hit and run early Sunday, but their baby boy survived, born prematurely, authorities and a neighbor said.

    The driver of a BMW slammed into the car carrying Nathan and Raizy Glauber, both 21, at an intersection in the Williamsburg neighborhood of Brooklyn, said Isaac Abraham, a neighbor of Raizy Glauber's parents who lives two blocks from the scene of the crash. Both of the Glaubers were pronounced dead at hospitals, police said.

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_EXPECTANT_PARENTS_KILLED?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-03-03-04-12-44

    what a way to drop into the world

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  115. BulgarWheat10:49 AM

    better start looking around now then. If need be, you'll have to find a Federally Licensed Firearms dealer and ship point to point. I would recommend a Ruger Judge. It shoots both .410 and .45 caliber rounds. The .410 makes it an excellent "point and click" choice of weapons and is relatively easy to conceal.

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  116. speaking of dogs...just now I dreamed of two puppies and I was still sleeping in the dream and one of them hopped up and went to sleep in my arms and I thought, Oh ho! So you want to be my dog. Often dream of infant animals for whatever reason.

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  117. I have wanted one of those for years. What I have is 22 revolver. Just make a bear mad.

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  118. BulgarWheat10:52 AM

    what a sad tale

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  119. mawskrat10:59 AM

    well gotta finish some wiring...ro-doing a room with
    #12 wire in anticipation that Ohio will let me grow
    my own soon. it just missed getting on the ballot
    last year hopefully this year

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  120. BulgarWheat11:00 AM

    get 'em tiger

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  121. sign on a local restaurant sez Hurry on in, if you get much hungrier Brad and Angelina will adopt you.....oh so funny people. haha

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  122. Scientists Put A Working Eyeball On A Tadpole's Tail

    http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-02/tadpoles-get-their-eyeballs-moved-their-tailsand-can-still-see

    lol! money for everything essential!

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  123. As you know, this is not the way vision is supposed to work--your eyeballs are supposed to be connected to a big fat nerve that carries incoming signals back to your brain, which combines the information from both your eyes into a 3D picture of the world in front of you. Without that direct link to the brain, your eyeballs are useless.

    At least, that's the way scientists have thought about it for the last several centuries. But over the past few decades, experiments in animals and humans have repeatedly shown that the central nervous system--including the brain and spinal cord--is a lot more flexible and adaptable than people used to think it was. If one part of the brain gets damaged, for instance, the information that used to flow to the damaged sector is often re-routed, and another part of the brain takes on the job of processing it.

    So these newer findings got the Tufts University researchers wondering: could the optic nerve really be the only route for incoming visual signals? And could a different part of the nervous system, like the nerves further down the spinal cord, process those signals on their own, without help from the brain?

    Tadpoles, they realized, would be a good way to test this question: they would perform surgery at a time when the tadpoles were still developing, so that the transplanted eyes would have time to put down nerve roots that could potentially hook up to the rest of the tadpoles' nervous systems.

    The surgeries were painstaking, but the researchers were able to successfully graft eyeballs onto the tails of over 200 tadpole embryos:

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  124. Under the current American model, a company becomes successful and then begins to lobby Washington to gain a competitive advantage or to avert hostile lobbying directed at negating its existing competitive advantage. That is a perversion of free enterprise, but in much of the world companies begin lobbying first and then become successful. This is the model that has evolved under Obama. And it's a familiar model to anyone doing business in Russia or China. Political connections come first and then the business becomes feasible. - See more at: http://sultanknish.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-road-to-oligarchy.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A%20FromNyToIsraelSultanRevealsTheStoriesBehindTheNews%20%28from%20NY%20to%20Israel%20Sultan%20Reveals%20The%20Stories%20Behind%20the%20News%29#sthash.tXpcb3QX.dpuf

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  125. BulgarWheat11:16 AM

    talk about having yer head up yer ass

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  126. BulgarWheat11:19 AM

    that's a fact. it sucks, but it's a fact.

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  127. yup, mumblemumblemumble...

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  128. Conn. Legislator Makes Lewd Remark to 17 Year-old Girl at Hearing; Conn. Post Fails to Tag Him as a Dem

    Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2013/03/02/conn-dem-legislator-makes-lewd-remark-17-year-old-girl-hearing-conn-post#ixzz2MUjlb5cM
    - See more at: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tom-blumer/2013/03/02/conn-dem-legislator-makes-lewd-remark-17-year-old-girl-hearing-conn-post#sthash.6s0qVo2N.dpuf

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  129. http://www.slate.com/blogs/xx_factor/2013/02/20/the_large_labia_project_a_misguided_campaign_to_fight_porn_and_promote_real.html?wpisrc=obinsite

    Don't read this. Some people have way too much time on their hands and no useful work to do or real problems. I am ashamed of them.

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  130. BulgarWheat12:05 PM

    Company will move if Colorado approves gun control

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/02/company-will-move-if-colorado-approves-gun-control/#ixzz2MUsuf1Zw

    Magpul is the favorite of AR owners and the military. They used to be $15 to $16 bucks a piece. Now they're going for $60 a pop at gun shows.They make an oustanding product. Also make nice furniture for the AR's.

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  131. BulgarWheat12:13 PM

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03/sixteen-year-old-fl-student-suspended-for-disarming-gunman-saving-students-video/

    A Florida high school student wrestled a loaded gun away from another teen on the bus ride home this week and was slapped with a suspension in return.

    The 16-year-old Cypress Lake High student in Fort Myers, Fla. told WFTX-TV there was “no doubt” he saved a life after grappling for the loaded .22 caliber revolver being aimed point-blank at another student on Tuesday.

    “I think he was really going to shoot him right then and there,” said the suspended student, not identified by WFTX because of safety concerns. “Not taking no pity.”

    The student said the suspect, a football player, threatened to shoot a teammate because he had been arguing with his friend. - See more at: http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/#sthash.vqjkD0hL.dpuf

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  132. Woman bitten on bum nearly loses leg

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  133. hate when that happens

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  134. "Favoured Monopolies" are Soviet Socialism... make no mistake, which is why the Ex-Soviets have the most (in number) Billionaires on Earth!

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/9900088/Moscow-is-billionaires-capital-of-the-world.html

    Price fixing used to be illegal in Pre-Post USA (Thanks for the fix Reagan) But today.... "Fair Trade" has been forgotten and our inflation has risen to 3rd world standards.

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  135. And never forget....it was "Ronny Gipper Reagan" along with Alan Greenspan who put the final nail in the American coffin..........with their demented belief that the Nation could live off of their interest... and never, ever, be asked to pay off their debts.

    George H.W. Bushki (Bush 41) labelled such insanity "Voodoo Economics"... as has David Stockman & Paul Craig Roberts (The Two Fathers of Reaganomics)




    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lq9NwyQSzhk

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  136. BulgarWheat2:01 PM

    yikes.

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  137. BulgarWheat2:08 PM

    tonight I make garlic/onion sea scallops with asparagus, all sauteed over a bed of risotto. Reduced white wine and heavy cream along with the sauteed garlic and onions with be the main part of the sauce. It should be pretty good.

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  138. Paul Craig Roberts is an American economist and a columnist for Creators Syndicate. He served as an Assistant Secretary of the Treasury in the Reagan Administration earning fame as a co-founder of Reaganomics

    It Has Happened Here in America: The Police State is Real

    http://www.globalresearch.ca/it-has-happened-here-in-america-the-police-state-is-real/5322223

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  139. BulgarWheat2:11 PM

    Garlic Scallops























    Ingredients:








    1 lb Alaska Scallops
    1 medium sized
    Onion, diced finely
    4 to 6 cloves of Garlic, finely chopped or crushed
    1 Tbsp Olive Oil
    1/2 cup Pouring
    Cream
    4 spring Onions, sliced Chinese style (on an angle)
    splash of White Wine
    1 Tbsp finely chopped
    Chives or Parsley

    For this recipe, fry garlic and onion with oil in a medium hot pan for 2 minutes, but don't allow to color. Add scallops, lightly cook on one side for 20 seconds.
    Continue to rum and cook for another 20 seconds and then remove from pan. On medium to high heat, add the splash of white wine to pan and reduce for 1 minute. Add
    cream and reduce until the sauce thickens to a nice
    coating consistency. Add scallops, spring onions and gently toss in sauce for about 1 minute. Place garlic scallops on big mound of rice pilaf and pour over sauce, then garnish with chives or parsley.
    Serves 4 to 6.

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  140. William Kurt Black (born 6 September 1951) is an American lawyer, academic, author, and a former bank regulator.[1] Black's expertise is in white-collar crime, public finance, regulation, and other topics in law and economics. He developed the concept of "control fraud", in which a business or national executive uses the entity he or she controls as a "weapon" to commit fraud.




    Black was a central figure in exposing Congressional corruption during the Savings and Loan Crisis. He took the notes during the Keating Five meeting that were later published in the press, and brought the event to national attention and a congressional investigation.


    During the savings and loan crisis, it was Black who accused then-house speaker Jim Wright and five US Senators, including John Glenn and John McCain, of doing favors for the S&L's in exchange for contributions and other perks. The senators got off with a slap on the wrist, but so enraged was one of those bankers, Charles Keating — after whom the senate's so-called "Keating Five" were named — he sent a memo that read, in part, 'get Black — kill him dead.'

    Black is the author of, among others, The Best Way to Rob a Bank is to Own One: How Corporate Executives and Politicians Looted the S&L Industry, 2005, University of Texas Press, ISBN 0-292-72139-0

    His articles can be viewed here: http://neweconomicperspectives.org/category/william-k-black

    "Obama can easily break with this strategy of choking our economic recovery by supporting a clean bill that would kill the Sequester instead of our economy."

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  141. A Barrett in 50 BMG or 300 Blackout should make you feel more secure also.

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  142. BulgarWheat2:31 PM

    Joe Biden's sage advice of self defense

    http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=515027455215670&set=vb.470557399668604&type=2&theater

    No thanks, Joe! I got it covered on my end.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eIRY6ioei4w&feature=player_embedded

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  143. BulgarWheat2:48 PM

    that is a disturbing article, but it doesn't surprise me. not at all.

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  144. BulgarWheat4:06 PM

    howdy, Grammy. I was up in your neck of the woods last week. When that mini-blizzard hit last Tuesday.

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  145. pbird4:19 PM

    Eggies! Bought on a farm!

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  146. 2 lib men sitting on park bench watching dog lick itself..1st lib says"I
    wish I could do that" 2nd lib says,"Go pet him, maybe he'll let ya"

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  147. The End of A (Very Short) Era


    ‘Conservative Hero’ Ben Carson To Beck: You Have No Right To Semi-Automatic Weapons In Large Cities



    Appearing on Glenn Beck‘s radio show this past week, Dr. Benjamin Carson took a vastly different stance from most conservatives on the issue of gun control, claiming you shouldn’t be able to own semi-automatic weapons in large cities.

    Carson became a newfound conservative hero last month when he spoke at the National Prayer Breakfast and laid out a series of criticisms of ObamaCare, political correctness, and tax policy right in front of the president himself. Many called the speech “inappropriate” given the apolitical nature of the event, but many conservatives lauded Carson for his “bold” and “sensible” suggestions for policy reform.

    Asked by Beck for his thoughts on the Second Amendment, Carson gave the popular pro-gun argument: “There’s a reason for the Second Amendment; people do have the right to have weapons.”

    But when asked whether people should be allowed to own “semi-automatic weapons,” the doctor replied: “It depends on where you live.”


    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/conservative-hero-ben-carson-to-beck-you-have-no-right-to-semi-automatic-weapons-in-large-cities/

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  148. From the WTF files:


    Man killed after apparent accident with his own gun at Maryland shooting range


    http://washingtonexaminer.com/man-killed-after-apparent-accident-with-his-own-gun-at-maryland-shooting-range/article/2523103

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  149. DENVER (AP) — Mark Kelly, the husband of former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords, is scheduled to be in Denver on Monday to testify in support of at least one of the seven gun-control bills being considered by the Colorado Legislature.

    Eileen McCarron, president of the Colorado Ceasefire Capitol Fund, tells The Denver Post (http://bit.ly/ZeaOZc ) Kelly will speak in support of a House bill that requires all private gun sales and transfers to be subject to a background check. The retired Navy Captain and astronaut has testified before Congress in support of gun control measures.


    http://www.sfgate.com/news/article/Kelly-visiting-Colorado-to-back-gun-control-bill-4324685.php

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  150. North Carolina Sheriff of Colour Joins Chorus Asking Citizens to Arm Themselves



    Vance County Sheriff Peter White is suggesting residents arm themselves against a recent violent crime wave.

    It was one of the few times the sheriff has publicly addressed the recent crimes in Henderson. Thursday’s message was one of several takeaways from Thursday’s community watch association meeting featuring neighborhood watch leaders.

    “Now I’m not trying to shift the blame, I want to make sure everybody’s clear on this, but you know — do what you can to protect yourself,” White said.


    View the rest:

    http://abclocal.go.com/wtvd/story?section=news/local&id=9011624

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  151. "There may come a time where you have to protect yourself your property, your children.. and I encourage you to do so," White said.

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  152. BulgarWheat6:41 PM

    Garlic Scallops with Risoto with parmasean/asparagus/green onions with garlic is a successful meal.


    The sauce was butter, onions, garlic lightly sauteed, then added white wine, and once that reduced I added heavy cream and let that reduce. That was poured over a platter of Risotto and then the Scallops were placed on top of the Risotto.


    It took a long time, but it was worth it.

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  153. pbird6:51 PM

    yes! I have been missing you.

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  154. pbird6:51 PM

    Sounds very nice.

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  155. pbird6:52 PM

    How did the burgers yesterday go over?

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  156. pbird6:53 PM

    Maybe I get to stay home for a few hours now. The farm out in the sticks was fun to visit.

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  157. pbird6:56 PM

    Egyptian Cleric: Mohammed Morsi is a ‘Zionist’

    http://shoebat.com/2013/03/03/egyptian-cleric-mohammed-morsi-is-a-zionist/

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  158. pbird7:01 PM

    Iceland Tests Meat Pies for Horsemeat, Finds No Meat of Any Kind

    http://www.neatorama.com/2013/03/02/Iceland-Tests-Meat-Pies-for-Horsemeat-Finds-No-Meat-of-Any-Kind/

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  159. pbird7:22 PM

    so purty I can hardly stand it

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  160. pbird7:24 PM

    I really wanted to title this “How to pack for Armageddon” but that is not right, and not something I can do anyway. There are tons of sites on that. What to pack in the scaredy bag, what to have for “shelter in place.”

    I’m not saying those won’t be needed. As I said before, I don’t think anyone has taken into account – well, maybe someone has, but that’s not a comforting thought – that while this crew in power is playing at being “more sensitive than you” they’re giving signals to a lot of very bad actors. The crew in power might be ill-intentioned (mostly I think they’re power-greedy and trying to cover it up by doing the things they’ve been told are “good”) but I suspect they honestly believe that if we unilaterally disarm we’ll be safe. Don’t laugh. A lot of my colleagues believed that all through the eighties. It has nothing to do with intelligence, but with having lived quiet, sheltered prosperous lives where the wildest environment they knew was their kindergarten class.

    http://accordingtohoyt.com/2013/03/02/going-down-easy/

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  161. BulgarWheat8:30 PM

    no one came home to eat them. damned shame too! I thought the burger were pretty good. no one else except the boy bothered to even eat them.

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  162. BulgarWheat8:31 PM

    GOD bless his head!


    We need more men like him around these parts.

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  163. BulgarWheat8:33 PM

    the tater would never allow that idiocy on our little range.

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  164. pbird8:38 PM

    well poop

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  165. BulgarWheat8:38 PM

    I see that too! If I hadn't spent 8 years on the sharp end of the spear I would not have recognized it at all.

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  166. pbird8:39 PM

    I'm sure it sharpens the focus a bit.

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  167. BulgarWheat8:40 PM

    we've both been there, pbird. and still, we drive on. At least the supper tonight went well. Very well.

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  168. pbird8:40 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJzT1KMjQ0k

    nice dance number from Kamel!

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  169. BulgarWheat8:42 PM

    I talk to Mikael about this stuff all the time.


    It's very nice to have someone I can talk about that with. For decades I had no one I could talk about the rough stuff with. GOD bless, Mikael! He is a valued friend.

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  170. pbird8:45 PM

    I can see that indeed

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  171. BulgarWheat8:55 PM

    soon I wander off to bed. It's going to get cold over the next few days here. We may get snow on Wednesday this week. Tonight I crash and stay warm.

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  172. pbird8:58 PM

    Good night!

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  173. pbird1:30 AM

    yeah if they were trying to control gun violence anyhow....

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  174. pbird1:32 AM

    Gianni Strino

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  175. pbird1:49 AM

    Nicky Hopkins, ivory tickler for the stars of British rock: The Beatles, The Stones, The Kinks, The Who, Led Zep, Jeff Beck and many others…

    And for American bands such as Quicksilver Messenger Service, Jerry Garcia Band, Jefferson Airplane, and Steve Miller Band…

    Nicky H. should have reached 69 today, but Crohn’s Disease claimed him at age 50.

    http://i12bent.tumblr.com/post/43928932003/nicky-hopkins-ivory-tickler-for-the-stars-of

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  176. pbird2:01 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wpA-21GMync

    goodnight....

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  177. BulgarWheat6:22 AM

    Obama DHS
    Purchases 2,700 Light-Armored Tanks to Go With Their 1.6 Billion Bullet
    Stockpile - See more at:
    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/#sthash.P8oM2HWB.dpuf


    what could possibly go wrong?

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  178. BulgarWheat6:45 AM

    interesting comments....

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  179. BulgarWheat6:45 AM

    I go fetch some provisions. Gotta a lot of work to do this morning to prepare for a noon teleconference.

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  180. Mikael7:18 AM

    Most Postals will comply. They will end up in FEMA work-camps and then disappear. they will never return, Then there is Agenda 21

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  181. BabbaZee7:29 AM

    awwwwwwwww

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  182. BabbaZee7:30 AM

    the one I loaded says no comments

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  183. BabbaZee7:32 AM

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agenda_21

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  184. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    The nation’s biggest banks wrongfully foreclosed on more than 700 military members during the housing crisis and seized homes from roughly two dozen other borrowers who were current on their mortgage payments, findings that eclipse earlier estimates of the improper evictions.

    Bank of America, Citigroup, JPMorgan Chase and Wells Fargo uncovered the foreclosures while analyzing mortgages as part of a multibillion-dollar settlement deal with federal authorities, according to people with direct knowledge of the findings. In January, regulators ordered the banks to identify military members and other borrowers who were evicted in violation of federal law.

    http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2013/03/03/banks-find-more-wrongful-foreclosures-among-military-members/

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  185. BabbaZee7:45 AM

    Doctors in the US have made medical history by effectively curing a child born with HIV, the first time such a case has been documented.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2013/mar/03/us-doctors-cure-child-born-hiv

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  186. Nappy Janet7:47 AM

    Sign The Petition?

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  187. BabbaZee7:51 AM

    Matt Taibbi & William Black on Bailout Secrets & How New Foreclosure Deal Spares Banks from Justice http://www.democracynow.org/2013/1/11/matt_taibbi_william_black_on_bailout

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  188. BabbaZee7:53 AM

    People still follow what she says?


    ahaha


    They will use it if they must of course but I think the primary reason they are buying it all is to keep it out of our hands


    if you cannot take away the gun make the ammo impossible to get
    now all you have is a glorified blunt instrument



    being able to use the ammo against us if necessary is just the ancillary perk of taking it off the market

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  189. BabbaZee7:55 AM

    drives up the price so high on what you can get that only wealthy people will have the money to purchase it...


    which is fine by them they are the wealthy people

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  190. BabbaZee7:56 AM

    “This was a murder,” Rick Todd, the man’s father, told The Washington Times in a telephone interview Sunday. “Shane was an expert in his field and had become uncomfortable with the project his company was working on and what they were asking him to do. He thought it might compromise U.S. security and he was an honorable man.”

    The elder Mr. Todd said he did not know what the project involved, but a forensics specialist hired by the family who examined the young engineer’s computers reported that he “was quite alarmed at what was being proposed.” The family obtained the hard drive from their son’s computer in Singapore when they went to the apartment to pack up his belongings. He said an analysis of the hard drive showed that someone tried to access the computer at 3 a.m.

    The death came at a time of continuing global concerns over the extent of spying operations by the Chinese government, most of which have been aimed at U.S. businesses and organizations.

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/3/suicide-of-american-in-singapore-questioned/

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  191. BabbaZee7:58 AM

    One of the documents located on Todd’s computer by the forensics specialist was a draft agreement for the Institute of Microelectronics to share with Huawei what Todd was working on.

    A U.S. intelligence official who asked not to be identified said Huawei has been of recent concern to the U.S. over its sharing of telecommunications equipment with the Chinese government and the Chinese People’s Liberation Army. In October 2010, The Wall Street Journal reported that Huawei had become Iran’s leading provider of telecommunications equipment, including monitoring technologies that could be used for surveillance.

    In October, a House intelligence subcommittee released a report that listed Huawei as a “national security threat” because of its suspected ties to various Chinese governmental agencies. The report suggested that the firm be barred from doing business with the U.S. government.

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  192. BabbaZee8:12 AM

    Four years after the massive bailout that rescued Wall Street, we look at the state of the financial sector with Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi and former financial regulator William Black. In a new article for Rolling Stone, Taibbi argues the government did not just bail out Wall Street, but also lied on the financial sector’s behalf, calling unhealthy banks healthy and helping banks cover up how much aid they were getting. The government’s approach to the banks came under new scrutiny this week after it reached an $8.5 billion settlement for improprieties in the wrongful foreclosures on millions of American homeowners, including flawed paperwork, robo-signing and wrongly modified loans. The settlement will end an independent review of all foreclosures, meaning the banks could be avoiding billions of dollars in further penalties, in addition to criminal prosecution

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  193. mawskrat8:19 AM

    Good Mornin Peeps

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  194. BulgarWheat8:33 AM

    what petition?


    been busy getting provisions and getting a shower. now I gotta get to work and prepare for a call at noon.

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  195. BabbaZee8:34 AM

    Bruno ate my reply !!

    I gots tea and Dion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w6qhOC0czq0

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