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Friday, March 29, 2013

Behind That Locked Door

Blessed are those who listen to me, 
watching daily at my doors, 
waiting at my doorway.


368 comments:

  1. Q_Burn12:56 AM

    Zero comments! None shall escape!

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

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  2. Grammy Cracker1:49 AM

    I am vertical when I should have been horizontal hours ago. Meh. I shall endeavor to sleep or at least rest by turning off the lighted things. Goodnight, sweet dreams.


    I miss yez. 💗

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  3. BulgarWheat6:36 AM

    we all miss you too, grammy. get Ryan's book written. with lots and lots of pictures.


    I would like for both of my children to share that story with their children someday. It would also make for a fantastic movie.

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  4. BulgarWheat6:46 AM

    Outrage at 'Jew in the box' exhibition in Berlin museum where participant sits in glass cage for hours answering questions


    'Everything you always wanted to know about Jews' exhibition causes a stir
    Controversial live exhibit is intended to teach visitors about Judaism
    Jewish Museum in Berlin has been criticised as 'degrading' Jewish people

    Popularly known as 'Jew in the box', it has been a hit with visitors
    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2301268/Outrage-Jew-box-exhibition-Berlin-museum-participant-sits-glass-cage-hours-answering-questions.html#ixzz2P1ED8Bk3

    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    At least they didn't throw him down the well.

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  5. BulgarWheat6:51 AM

    Oklahoma to allow horses to be slaughtered for meat


    meanwhile, I North Carolina, Bulgar and akak will be grilling Boom Boom's tasty pony. grilled pony is yum

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  6. BulgarWheat7:02 AM

    Last week I reached out to Duane Liptak, Director of Product
    Management and Marketing at Magpul Industries Corporation. After Colorado Democrats signed new gun control rules into law Magpul promised to move operations from the anti-gun state. In our communications Liptak revealed the next steps for Magpul’s escape from Colorado.

    This is breaking news—-

    Magpul Industries, a Boulder high-capacity magazine manufacturer, says it will produce magazines outside Colorado within 30 days.

    After weeks of bizarre testimony and protests, where lawmakers encouraged women to defend themselves with ballpoint pens and vomit, Colorado Democrats pushed through their new gun control laws last week. Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper signed three new gun bills into law on Wednesday. But, before the gun control bills were ever
    passed the state was looking at its first casualty. Magpul Industries, a top of the line manufacturer of gun magazines and parts, notified the media that they would relocate if the new bills were ever passed into law. They weren’t kidding.

    Magpul Industries Corporation is a designer and manufacturer of polymer firearms parts and accessories. The company is based in Erie, Colorado outside of Boulder. The Magpul polymer magazine line is extremely popular among sportsmen and all branches of our armed services, including some of the highest levels of our Special Operations community. The company has received thousands of testimonials from service members about the increased reliability and durability of their products over the military issued magazines, especially in the adverse conditions and rough handling of combat operations. Company officials know of many cases where, if a service member could not get PMAGs through the supply system, they would purchase them with their own funds, rather than use the issued aluminum magazines.


    I loves me some Magpul. If Colorado doesn't want those jobs, send 'em down our way in North Carolina. Home of JSOC, the 82nd Airborne, and Camp LaJuene. We loves us some Magpul down here. I have a ton of their mags, but would consider getting some of their furniture for my DPMS. Nice furniture, nice rails, well made. I've never had a magpul magazine fail on me yet (my son's M&P 15 gets jams with the cheap assed aluminum mags) and they simply won't ever let you down.


    Got some of their mags for my G23 also. 30 rounds instead of 13 just to piss off nanny-state gun-grabbers. It actually looks pretty comical, but I am kronikally defiant,,...so there's that.

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  7. ...finds Wireless Security / Webcams that are accessible from the web.
    The interesting part is that for some reason these cameras do not
    generally allow users to remove/change the default administrative
    username and pass. So in most cases you can view any camera that shows
    up in the Google search.

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  8. BulgarWheat7:12 AM

    the grilled pony should be ready around noon, akak. bring a healthy appetite.

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  9. BulgarWheat7:13 AM

    if that damned cat, Chester keeps getting into my Fritos in the garage I'm going to sell him to the koreans up the street for their dinner.

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  10. BOSTON UNIVERSITY’s ‘Be a Muslim for a Day’

    – Wear a headbag and fill you head with lies about Islam

    1552_non-muslimWhy didn’t they let these college Muslimas-for-a-Day experience the real Islam – Female Genital Mutilation, Wife Beating, Flogging, Stoning? How about a little ‘Honor’ Punishment for shaming your family by not wearing your headbag out of the house? Does wearing a bag on your head let you feel what it’s like to have your testimony in a court of law considered half the value of a man’s?

    http://www.barenakedislam.com/2013/03/29/boston-universitys-be-a-muslim-for-a-day-wear-a-headbag-and-fill-you-head-with-lies-about-islam/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=boston-universitys-be-a-muslim-for-a-day-wear-a-headbag-and-fill-you-head-with-lies-about-islam

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  11. BulgarWheat7:26 AM

    someone once said that Christmas was the promise, but Easter was the proof. I've been thinking about that this week.

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  12. BabbaZee7:27 AM

    ahahahaha

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  13. BabbaZee7:29 AM

    In his conclusion, Omar firmly and clearly determines that Salafist involvement in the elections is merely “the means towards dealing with the reality of the situation in order to improve it. The moment establishing an Islamic rule or an orthodox Caliphate—based on the Prophecy and its methodology—is at hand, the Salafists shall renounce
    the Western methodologies. Let whoever wishes to call it a ‘revolt against democracy.’”

    http://www.aawsat.net/2013/03/article55296452

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  14. BabbaZee7:30 AM

    hush yo mouf


    I have never met a cat remotely interested in eating a frito.

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  15. Should your dog be medicated too?

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  16. BulgarWheat7:31 AM

    Chester would eat motor oil if he could open the can. He better stay the heck out of my fritos.

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  17. BulgarWheat7:32 AM

    I have to get that sign and hang it up at each entrance of my home.

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  18. BabbaZee7:33 AM

    Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood filling pro-Western military’s ranks with Islamists

    http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/mar/29/egypts-muslim-brotherhood-filling-pro-western-mili/

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  19. BabbaZee7:34 AM

    I do not get it. I still say he is after mice or something.

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  20. BulgarWheat7:37 AM

    there are no mice in the bag of fritos that Chester kept trying to rip open. I know this much.

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  21. I prefer my dogs, kids & hamsters to be medicated.

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  22. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    British women raped by Libyan soldiers

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/africaandindianocean/libya/9962028/British-women-raped-by-Libyan-soldiers.html

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  23. Yes indeed...kitties will go after Fritos..so will weasels 'coons.


    Fritos are over processed and not good for Chester....try simple tortilla chips for a healthier lifestyle.

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  24. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  25. BabbaZee7:41 AM

    he probably just likes the feel and sound of the bag




    No cat wants to eat a frito!

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  26. BabbaZee7:41 AM

    I want to be the Jew in the Box next week.

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  27. BabbaZee7:42 AM

    Chinese President Xi Jinping and his Egyptian counterpart Mohamed Morsi agreed here Wednesday to move forward their strategic cooperative relations.

    China accords great importance to Egypt's status and influence as a major Arab, Islamic and developing state, and cherishes the bilateral traditional friendship, Xi told Morsi during a meeting on the sidelines of the fifth leaders' summit of BRICS countries held in Durban, South Africa.

    http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/china/2013-03/28/c_132267931.htm

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  28. Please check local humour-control laws before posting picture.

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  29. BabbaZee7:45 AM

    Colville boys, 10 and 11, will stand trial in murder conspiracy

    http://www.spokesman.com/stories/2013/mar/29/colville-boys-10-and-11-will-stand-trial-murder-co/

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  30. BulgarWheat7:46 AM

    ok

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  31. BabbaZee7:47 AM

    'Monsanto Protection Act' slips silently through US Congress

    http://rt.com/usa/monsanto-congress-silently-slips-830/

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  32. BabbaZee7:47 AM

    I would love to answer their fuckin questions

    AHAHA

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  33. BabbaZee7:48 AM

    Senator John Tester (D-MT) proved to be the lone dissenter


    well GOD bless him!

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  34. House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael T. McCaul and six subcommittee chairmen want Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano to explain why Saudi Arabia is being added into a program for trusted travelers.

    In a letter dated Wednesday, McCaul, R-Texas, and the subcommittee leaders point out that 15 of the 19 9/11 hijackers came from Saudi Arabia. "More recently, following the plot to blow up an international flight over Detroit in 2009, the Department saw fit to increase scrutiny for passengers coming from countries like Saudi Arabia. This must be a factor in determining who to admit into the Global Entry program."

    The letter comes in the wake of the Investigative Project on Terrorism's (IPT) recent report detailing the agreement Napolitano reached with Saudi Interior Minister Mohammed bin Nayef in January. It raises many of the same concerns broached in the IPT report.

    For example, the letter asks, "How did Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and DHS decide to grant Global Entry membership to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia before other trusted allies?" It also asks how DHS will "work with Saudi entities to verify information provided by Global Entry applicants and keep the Homeland Secure?"

    Under Global Entry, travelers undergo advanced screening which allows them to enter the United States without standing on regular CBP lines. They can swipe their passports and give fingerprints at airport kiosks.



    http://www.investigativeproject.org/3961/ipt-report-on-saudi-travel-benefit-prompts

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  35. BulgarWheat7:49 AM

    now that's a disturbing story.

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  36. BabbaZee7:50 AM

    A “gate to hell” has emerged from ruins in southwestern Turkey, Italian archaeologists have announced.

    Known as Pluto's Gate -- Ploutonion in Greek, Plutonium in
    Latin -- the cave was celebrated as the portal to the underworld in Greco-Roman mythology and tradition.

    Historic sources located the site in the ancient Phrygian city
    of Hierapolis, now called Pamukkale, and described the opening as filled with lethal mephitic vapors.

    http://news.discovery.com/history/archaeology/gate-to-hell-found-in-turkey-130329.htm

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  37. BulgarWheat7:50 AM

    the people would most likely regret asking the questions.

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  38. BabbaZee7:50 AM

    I always thought the gate to hell was in Brooklyn but whaddoeyeknow

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  39. BulgarWheat7:53 AM

    if Chester figures out how to open a bottle of Baileys or get into my beer fridge our friendship will be over.

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  40. BulgarWheat7:54 AM

    I have to draw the line somewhere....


    In the meanwhile, that fat assed cat is sleeping on my KingQuad in the garage.

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  41. BulgarWheat7:55 AM

    I thought the gate to hell was through congress.

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  42. BabbaZee7:56 AM

    I never met a kitty that gave one rats ass for a frito but OK

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  43. BabbaZee7:57 AM

    ahahahaaaaa!

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  44. BabbaZee7:57 AM

    TADA!

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  45. BabbaZee7:57 AM

    I thought so.

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  46. BabbaZee7:58 AM

    Our trusted friends!

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  47. BabbaZee7:58 AM

    Indeed, the fumes coming from the depths of Hierapoli's phreatic groundwater produced hallucinations.

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  48. BulgarWheat7:59 AM

    "...the fumes coming from the depths of Hierapoli's phreatic groundwater produced hallucinations."


    so does sniffing airplane glue, though it isn't recommended.

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  49. Boom Boom8:03 AM

    The Oval Orifuce too. Where ever darkness lurks in the heart of mens and womens.


    Is that racist? I gots to know.

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  50. BulgarWheat8:04 AM

    why the heck not

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  51. Gays will now be as drearily suburban as the rest of us. A couple of years back, I saw a picture in the paper of two chubby old queens tying the knot at City Hall in Vancouver, and the thought occurred that Western liberalism had finally succeeded in boring all the fun out of homosexuality.


    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/344287/death-family-mark-steyn


    As the Most Reverend Justin Welby, the new Archbishop of Canterbury and head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, said just before his enthronement the other day, “You see gay relationships that are just stunning in the quality of the relationship.” “Stunning”: What a fabulous endorsement! But, amongst the type of gay couple that gets to dine with the Archbishop of Canterbury, he’s probably right.

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  52. Boomious P Boomington8:11 AM

    Ouch.. yer breaking me heart.. Laughter is the best medicine. I think I'll have a laugh.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hCpGy3pwkKM

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  53. BabbaZee8:14 AM

    Gays will now be as drearily suburban as the rest of us.


    How very sad.

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  54. Question: What's the best way to cook a cat? I was thinking of slow cooking one.

    A letter from Jim Me

    PWEETA fully supports your right to eat cat (felis domesticus), or any other game meat in the privacy of your own home. On a "libertarian" medium like the Internet, there is no end of sites dedicated to the construction of homemade bombs and weapons of mass destruction. However, a quick check on any search engine will uncover a striking lack of quality cat eating advice available in English.


    The day may come, for whatever reason - rioting, pestilence, famine, or just plain curiosity - you will need to eat a cat. Your very survival may depend on this handy guide.


    PREPARING YOUR CAT FOR CONSUMPTION

    Since cat meat isn't commercially available in the United States (and illegal to boot), you'll probably have to prepare cat yourself. If you live in the more enlightened domains of East Asia, and can purchase cat at the local market, you may want to skip this step and proceed to COOKING YOUR CAT.

    First, get a large cutting board and lay out your cat. Lop off the head, the tail and the feet with a sharp butcher's knife. These parts of the cat contain little usable meat, so toss them aside.

    Next, make a longitudinal incision on the cat's abdomen. Reach your hand (wear gloves!) into the body cavity, and remove all of the internal organs. Discard them- especially the liver. It may look tasty, but the liver of a felis domesticus is frequently too toxic for human consumption.

    SKINNING YOUR CAT

    There’s more than one way to skin a cat- our exhaustive research uncovered two. On this site, two High School students meticulously guide you step-by-step through skinning a cat - complete with diagrams. To summarize, use a sharp knife to trim off the skin, and pull it back, snipping away at the muscle tissue.

    Gourmands like to skin their cats differently. They hate shun using a skining knife, calling it crude. They reccomend you grab the loose skin around the head stump, and using a pair of pliers, peel it back off the carcass like a banana, rolling it off the body. The final step before cooking is to wash the meat of stray gristle and hairs. Nobody likes cat hair in their food.

    COOKING YOUR CAT

    Now you are ready to cook! One USENET account recommends placing a cat in a very high powered magnetron microwave. This device supposedly can cook a cat in approximately 10 minutes- the proteins are denatured (cooked), and sugars caramelized by microwave heating. The cat may be "cooked" but will it taste good? If you've ever tried to microwave a raw hamburger, you'll know the answer is "no." For the best taste, our reader inquired about possibly slow cooking a feline. That's exactly what we at PWEETA recommend- a slow cooked Beer Roasted Cat. Other cat recipes you may enjoy are classic Cat Tamales, Cat in Spicy Ginger Sauce, and Cat Au Gratin.

    BEER ROASTED CATDO NOT USE BEER

    1 cat cut into roast
    1 can of Campbell's Cream of Mushroom soup
    1 cube of beef bouillon
    1 clove of garlic
    1 Fine Irish Stout, a lot like a popular dark Irish Beer®, but NOT that brand at their lawyers' request. They alledge this article, educating others in the legal eating habits of over 100 million people world-wide, and specifically in rising East Asian markets, is "highly offensive."


    More delicious recipes here: http://www.ooze.com/ooze13/cats.html

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  55. When Bulgar is away.... Chester will play!

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  56. Going in with the IDF

    by Uri · March 28, 2013

    This is a video filmed by an embedded journalist during the 2006 war with Hizbollah in Lebanon.

    The next day, after this video was filmed, we went into that village and got rid of the Hizbollah presence in there. One of the IDF SOF units continued pushing from there and successfully terminated several teams of terrorists that were trying to reach rockets that were stored in civilian houses and a mosque.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vFrCdN-1G8U&feature=youtu.be


    Tzava on Lebanon War 2006 (full)

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  57. BabbaZee8:24 AM

    REPENT!

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  58. BabbaZee8:26 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLq5bgVcOpM

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  59. Winston O'Boogie8:27 AM

    well well well you're feeling fine.

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  60. BabbaZee8:27 AM

    ....

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  61. BulgarWheat8:27 AM

    I think that maybe now would be a good time to grab a shave and shower. I reckon a haircut later on this morning would also be a good idea. Getting pretty shaggy at the moment. I'll clean up some. Going to have me dear old maw over for Easter tomorrow.

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  62. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    Ok Samson.

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  63. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J9s2hp9i680

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  64. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    The weakest man be strong as Samson when you're being held to ransom

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  65. BulgarWheat8:29 AM

    I look like a homeless person. Even I recognize that. When it starts to bother me, it's time to do something.

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  66. BulgarWheat8:30 AM

    sad to say,....I grow a pretty piss-poor beard. I'm still half hillbillie and probably not the better half.

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  67. I don't know if Bulgar can see this

    https://securecdn.disqus.com/uploads/mediaembed/images/463/4010/original.jpg

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  68. BabbaZee8:31 AM

    OK but growing a piss poor beard has zero to do with having long hair!

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  69. BabbaZee8:32 AM

    He does look like Chester!

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  70. Security kamera footage.... it must be Chester.

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  71. BabbaZee8:34 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=asU5mWc6xrc

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  72. BabbaZee8:34 AM

    No pussy is safe from the camera!

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  73. Hmmm... Negro-Jew Soldiers... reservists...

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  74. The Commander was wrong to enter a room Rambo style with guns blazing....the room should have been cleared with rimonim (Grenades) first.

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  75. BabbaZee8:45 AM

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

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  76. BabbaZee8:46 AM

    makes sense

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  77. More sekrit-kam footage

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  78. BabbaZee8:55 AM

    laughing!

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  79. BabbaZee9:04 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sXvgH7OKwTk

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  80. BabbaZee9:06 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B89AR854Chs

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  81. BabbaZee9:10 AM

    In an interview with Alter The Press!, Schreifels confirmed his follow-up solo record was 85% complete and would be titled Jesus Is My Favorite Beatle.

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  82. BabbaZee9:11 AM

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

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  83. BabbaZee9:12 AM

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

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  84. BulgarWheat9:13 AM

    naw, just getting cleaned up a little. It's almost Easter. It'll make my wife and dear old maw happy.

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  85. Boom boom9:14 AM

    Por Bulgar:

    Soldier Kicked Out Of Special Forces Because He Can’t Grow A Beard

    243,594 | 11 MARCH 2013 | BY JACK MANDAVILLE

    FORT CAMPBELL, KY – A former member of the U.S. Army’s elite 5th Special Forces Group is not a happy soldier these days. Army Staff Sergeant Mark Diggs is still coming to grips with the fact that his childhood dream of being a Green Beret has been cut short due to an unofficial technicality in the esteemed group’s operating procedures.

    “It’s really embarrassing,” said the twenty-eight year old from Spicer, MN. “I keep trying to tell myself that I’m just highly evolved, but it still doesn’t make up for the fact I have a testosterone level of an eleven year-old French boy.”

    Diggs is referring to his recent ejection from the legendary unit based on his inability to grow a suitable combat beard.

    “My instructors warned me during Robin Sage that I was walking a thin line when they discovered that my hair wasn’t filling out,” he added. “I kept telling them, ‘Patience, patience, it’ll happen. I’m one-sixteenth Cherokee … these things take a while.’ But in my heart I knew I was only delaying the inevitable.”

    His former comrades admit Diggs, who is currently serving as a supply specialist, was a decent soldier. Yet they maintain that rules are rules.

    “Look, we have a reputation to uphold,” his ex-team leader, Master Sergeant Kirk Carmona, told The Duffel Blog. “And for that matter, our beards aren’t just for looking radical, either. Studies have shown that our whiskers have a Samson-like correlation with our effectiveness in combat… plus it helps me fuck my super model wife better. How can I trust a beardless soldier to watch my six?”

    The unofficial tradition of SF facial hair dates back to the group’s inception in 1952 when the newly formed group tried to break away from the clean-cut image of their OSS predecessors.

    “General MacArthur was a classic by-the-book douchebag,” says Maury Tracewski, a Green Beret historian. “We were having a hard time retaining a lot of our best soldiers because of his strict grooming policies. The unit was essentially created to give our smartest, fittest, and hairiest warriors a safe-haven from the mainstream Army and all the cock-wads in charge. And our hands-in-pockets waiver was pretty appealing, too.”

    Despite Diggs’ upsetting break from the unit, he says he understands the rationale behind the decision.

    “I accept what I am: a hairless soldier. At least I can take pride in the fact I made it through the training and served in an operating unit for a while. Like they always say, ‘Once a Beret, always a Beret.’”

    As Diggs told us this, a voice came from the background.

    “No, that’s the Marines,” said his new First Sergeant. “You’re a nobody now. Go pick up those cigarette butts, you baby-faced pussy.”

    Read more: http://www.duffelblog.com/2013/03/soldier-kicked-out-of-special-forces-because-he-cant-grow-a-beard/#ixzz2P1oxTDRJ
    Follow us: @theduffelblog on Twitter | duffelblog on Facebook

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  86. BulgarWheat9:18 AM

    the wife has to go pick up her pal, Carol. It seems Carol got a little too far into her cups last night and the wife brought her to her home. The wife knocked off a couple bottles of merlot on her own last night. Is not good to drive around a small town where everyone knows everyone else and keep that shit up. I've told her to not come whining to me if she has to spend a night in the klink. No use in both of us being in stir at the same time.

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  87. BabbaZee9:19 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlz9J36Z-rY

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  88. BabbaZee9:22 AM

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

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  89. BabbaZee9:24 AM

    every live clip of this I have ever watched he has to try very hard to keep himself from weeping when he sings this and most time he does not succeed to stop himself

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  90. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    he makes me weep every time.

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  91. BabbaZee9:30 AM

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

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  92. BulgarWheat9:37 AM

    Cops stun-gun ousted Nevada Dem lawmaker after wild car chase...


    Sadly it was not Harry Reid. What a fricken' shame!

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  93. pbird9:38 AM

    oh sure!

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  94. pbird9:38 AM

    that is a sad thing

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  95. BulgarWheat9:40 AM

    it makes me sad

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  96. Pope Boom Boomicus I9:41 AM

    Boom Boom is going to confirmation rehearsal. It's good to be Pope of Plaistow... it's official tonight at Easter vigil... Pimpa ma Pope Mobile.. I can't wait to get into ma Holy Water hot tub.

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  97. BabbaZee9:42 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rsjevMbPqW0

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  98. Boom Boom9:42 AM

    BW,


    did you see the duffel blog bit below on the guy who got bounced from Special Forces because he could not grow a beard?

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  99. BulgarWheat9:43 AM

    I had the weakest beard in P-Stan and A-Stan. The women had heavier beards. I didn't have to wear a burkha at least.

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  100. BabbaZee9:45 AM

    The boy with the thorn in his side
    Behind the hatred there lies
    A murderous desire for love
    How can they look into my eyes
    And still they don't believe me ?
    How can they hear me say those words
    Still they don't believe me ?
    And if they don't believe me now
    Will they ever believe me ?
    And if they don't believe me now
    Will they ever, they ever, believe me ?
    Oh ...

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  101. Boom Boom9:45 AM

    Look at the bright side.. at least one of our Overlords got a little come uppence

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  102. BulgarWheat9:45 AM

    used to be back in the day, we couldn't have scars over a 1/4 inch long, no tats, and no major dental work. I did pretty poorly in the beard department, but I could line up an 800m chest shot with iron sights, so I had that going for me. Day or night.

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  103. BulgarWheat9:46 AM

    they got no idea the shitstorm that going to come down on them. none at all.

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  104. BabbaZee9:47 AM

    Behind the hatred there lies
    A murderous desire for love

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  105. pbird9:52 AM

    izzat where the python got her visions?

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  106. pbird9:57 AM

    I prefer to be medicated but i ran out of percs....

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  107. pbird9:58 AM

    my cat will eat anything i will eat just because i will eat it, so it must be good, right. she is very very codependent....

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  108. holy shit, throw the Jew in the well!

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  109. Chester nicked his beer!

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  110. hi! same mascarpone different day?

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  111. i am glad good friday is over, it was dour

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  112. I am waiting for Stormy Monday

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  113. Perfect Example of Why New York Is the “Least Free” State
    http://www.commentarymagazine.com/2013/03/29/perfect-example-of-why-new-york-is-the-least-free-state/

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  114. Victory: Unanimous Supreme Court Rules that Citizens Can Hold Federal Government Liable for Abuse by Law Enforcement Officers (Police, Prison Guards)


    March 28, 2013

    WASHINGTON, D.C. — In its ruling in Millbrook v. United States, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has concluded that the U.S. government may be held liable for abuses intentionally carried out by law enforcement officers in the course of their employment. The Court’s ruling dovetails with arguments put forward by The Rutherford Institute in its amicus brief, which urged the Court to enforce the plain meaning of federal statutes allowing citizens to sue the government for injuries intentionally inflicted by law enforcement officers.

    In striking down lower court rulings, the justices held that the courts had erred in dismissing a prisoner’s lawsuit alleging that three prison guards had brutally and sexually assaulted him. The lower courts justified their ruling under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA), which allows individuals to sue the government for misconduct by law enforcement officials only if the injury inflicted occurs while the officers are in the course of making an arrest or seizure, or executing a search. In their amicus brief, Rutherford Institute attorneys asked the Supreme Court to protect citizens from government brutality by eliminating the restriction on government liability.

    https://www.rutherford.org/publications_resources/on_the_front_lines/victory_unanimous_supreme_court_rules_that_citizens_can_hold_federal_govern

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  115. A New Yorker being paid $7.25 to $9 per hourwould have to live in a homeless shelter....or on the street,

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  116. or a bunch of them together in a ratty apartment.

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  117. lol, yep

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  118. will it change anything

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  119. Yes....and driving down the spending power of Post Amerikanos results in closed businesses (Sears? JC Penneys?) resulting in a domino effect on the economy...destroying the "Middle-Class" resulting in 3rd world poverty for a once healthy nation.

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  120. yes...exactly

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  121. Why are we so bloody stooopid?


    During his 35 years as a Georgia state investigator, Richard Hyde has persuaded all sorts of criminals — corrupt judges, drug dealers, money launderers, racketeers — to turn state’s evidence, but until Jackie Parks, he had never tried to flip an elementary school teacher.


    Ms. Parks admitted to Mr. Hyde that she was one of seven teachers — nicknamed “the chosen” — who sat in a locked windowless room every afternoon during the week of state testing, raising students’ scores by erasing wrong answers and making them right. She then agreed to wear a hidden electronic wire to school, and for weeks she secretly recorded the conversations of her fellow teachers for Mr. Hyde.


    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/30/us/former-school-chief-in-atlanta-indicted-in-cheating-scandal.html?hp&pagewanted=all&_r=0

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  122. a person can still live well in the west, but we see the great cities crumbling from here and fear it

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  123. “She is a full participant in that conspiracy,” he said. “Without her, this conspiracy could not have taken place, particularly in the degree it took place.”

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  124. Personally, I think this is a tacit acceptance, on the part of Hall and others like her, of the fact that nothing useful is learned in school anyhow, for most kids, after they learn to read and do basic math. Unfortunately the schools fail to teach reading in many places, so...

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  125. BabbaZee10:30 AM

    Tuesday's just as bad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kx-WbSy2T84

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  126. Maj. Gen. Benedict Arnold

    The Name That Now Means 'Traitor' To Americans Once Stood for Courage, Military Genius

    By Bethanne Kelly Patrick
    Military.com Columnist

    The walls of the Old Cadet Chapel in the West Point Cemetery are covered with plaques and medallions citing brave deeds and battles. One plaque close to the altar differs from the others: the name once deeply etched there has been obliterated. The absent name is Benedict Arnold, a name now synonymous with "traitor."

    http://www.military.com/Content/MoreContent?file=ML_arnold_bkp

    Today's "residents" (I shall not faltter them with the term "citizen") and their political owners hold no allegeiance to flag or country. Even while they huddle under bridges or shlosh in the mire of "Obamavilles", they blindly follow the dictates of Elites whose crimes make Benedict Arnold look like Sgt.York.

    They have destroyed the Republic and deserve nothing but disdain.

    Where would America be without the exploits of the brave men at Bunker Hill, Valley Forge, and Lexington Green? Our history is immersed in a river of resistance to unjust laws. It appears, however, that many Americans today have forgotten Ben Franklin’s maxim, “Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God.” Current events suggest that they are more than willing to embrace a dictatorial police state.


    Sam Adams told some British sympathizers:

    If you love wealth greater than liberty, the tranquility of servitude greater than the animating contest for freedom, go home and leave us in peace. We seek not your council, nor your arms. Crouch down and lick the hand that feeds you; and may posterity forget that ye were our countrymen.

    I wonder what he would say to us?

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  127. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR5ApYxkU-U

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  128. BabbaZee10:33 AM

    Full Moon Silhouettes is a real time video of the moon rising over the Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington, New Zealand

    http://vimeo.com/58385453

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  129. Beer, Ammo, Cigarettes and Ramen..... and the Elite want to price those necessities out of reach for most Postals.

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  130. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    It appears, however, that many Americans today have forgotten Ben Franklin’s maxim, “Resistance to tyrants is obedience to God.


    I believe that was Jefferson but I will look it up

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  131. And of course.....Fritos for the critters

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  132. BabbaZee10:35 AM

    hard to know


    half the entries credit it to Jefferson half to Franklin

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  133. BabbaZee10:36 AM

    this one credits both

    "Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God." -- This famous saying of both Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin is said to have been on the epitaph of John Bradshaw (1602-1659), a British judge who presided over the trial of King Charles I, when his body was re-interred in Jamaica (where it was taken by his son to protect it from the fury of the Restoration towards regicides).

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  134. mawskrat10:36 AM

    Good Mornin All and Happy Birthday Eric Patrick Clapton

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  135. I post America....Everybody is a winner,,,everyone's a star...let's reward them both with a symbolic handshake and a gift-card for the food bank!

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  136. BabbaZee10:37 AM

    ULLULLULLLULLLU!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rj4J6i_vw0w

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  137. BabbaZee10:38 AM

    The Sinai Peninsula has become a prison and grave for thousands of African refugees. They are kidnapped, imprisoned and tortured to death even after their families have paid hefty ransoms. But Egypt refuses to act.

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/human-trafficking-thrives-on-sinai-peninsula-a-891585.html

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  138. BabbaZee10:38 AM

    Oh no!


    I have lost my job.

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  139. BabbaZee10:39 AM

    ZOWIE!

    New Zealand Rocks!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b99vu9bH2Zc

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  140. Bassem Yousef Arristed For The Crimes Of Humor, Intelligence, And Wit


    http://english.ahram.org.eg/NewsContent/1/64/68050/Egypt/Politics-/BREAKING-Egypt-top-prosecutor-orders-arrest-of-pol.aspx

    Coming soon to a Post American Gulag near youse~

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  141. Please check local anti-humour laws before posting such articles.

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  142. Are your neighbours shtinkers?

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  143. my cat will eat Fritos, any day

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  144. BabbaZee10:43 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6SFNW5F8K9Y

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  145. BabbaZee10:44 AM

    Bassem Youssef confirmed receiving an arrest warrant on his official Twitter account, mockingly saying he will head to the prosecution office Sunday "unless they [prosecution] send me a police car today and save me transportation trouble."

    Ealier on Saturday, Egypt's prosecutor-general ordered the arrest of famous political satirist Bassem Youssef to look into complaints accusing him of insulting President Mohamed Morsi, denigrating Islam and spreading false news with the aim of disrupting public order.

    Youssef hosts a weekly satire show El-Bernameg (The Show) on private satellite television channel CBC.

    The complaints were filed by 12 citizens after Youssef's 1 March episode in which he mocked the president's public interview with TV anchor Amr El-Leithy in February.

    In January, a number of Islamist lawyers filed a lawsuit against Youssef, accusing him of "undermining the standing of the president" during his show.

    However, charges were dropped before the case reached court.

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  146. BabbaZee10:45 AM

    I have never owned a cat who has any interest in Fritos!



    Then again I do not have any interest in Fritos!

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  147. BabbaZee10:46 AM

    I did have a cat who had a thing for dry Chinese noodles though

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  148. thats it exactly, my cat will eat anything I care about enough to eat...she's crazy

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  149. BabbaZee10:47 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8S9QVhauTF4

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  150. New York offers $500 reward for reporting illegal gun owners

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2013/03/21/new-york-state-offers-500-reward-for-reporting-illegal-gun-owners/



    Newark, NJ Mayor: Turn In Your Neighbor For Owning A Gun … Get $1000 Reward


    http://nation.foxnews.com/gun-laws/2012/01/11/newark-nj-mayor-turn-your-neighbor-owning-gun-get-1000-reward

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  151. my neighbors keep three dogs on chains in the back yard and the city does nothing because they are ethnics

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  152. "I don't know karate, but I know crazy" St.James Brown

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  153. BabbaZee10:53 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYbKd7H6gpY

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  154. BabbaZee10:55 AM

    Amen Antec Shalom

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R-76qldGHBk

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  155. Q_Burn10:56 AM

    That would be "Ka-RAZOR"..

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  156. BabbaZee10:58 AM

    Prince has a right to change his name to King.

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  157. Q_Burn10:59 AM

    Some Austin blues beltin' ladies! This was actually Ike and Tina's first hit record..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LyklI7EiyQ

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  158. BabbaZee11:02 AM

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

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  159. http://www.wnd.com/2013/03/why-texas-wants-its-gold-back-from-the-feds/

    Texas wants its gold back from the Feds

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  160. Clearly, there can be no higher priority than federal intervention aimed at serving a population that refers to itself as “undocuqueers.” The newest client population is proudly out of the closet—and over the fence.

    http://www.vdare.com/articles/out-of-the-closet-and-over-the-fence-the-plight-of-gay-illegal-immigrants

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  161. BabbaZee11:04 AM

    UUUNNNNHHHH!

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  162. Oh dear! What is that spinning device called?

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  163. BabbaZee11:05 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u9jYMGHm0BI&feature=youtu.be

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  164. BabbaZee11:09 AM

    Freakin dee football pipple out.

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  165. Q_Burn11:10 AM

    If he showed up at your door doing Jehovah's Witness duty.. would you scare him away?

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  166. BabbaZee11:11 AM

    Oh Hell no he don't sweat me. But if I had an hour with him he would give that shit up.

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  167. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    all I would have to do is explain to him he is working for a corporation.

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  168. Q_Burn11:14 AM

    Just like Warner Brothers!

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  169. Benghazi Investigation

    Last Updated: March 26, 2013


    Judicial Watch is the leading organization investigating the Benghazi attack of September 11, 2012 which killed Ambassador Chris Stevens and three other Americans. We have filed 12 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests with various government agencies and have three on-going lawsuits. This is all in the effort to force the government to provide more documents and transparency on this overlooked tragedy.


    http://www.judicialwatch.org/bulletins/benghazi-investigation/

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  170. BabbaZee11:14 AM

    EXACTLY!



    I could talk him out of it I am certain.

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  171. Q_Burn11:16 AM

    The very thought of that encounter gives me the giggles!

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  172. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    I would LOVE IT


    he is so little he could sit in my lap

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  173. Any term that conflates nuclear weapons with any other kind of weapon is bound to be a poor descriptor. But the U.S. government has reached peak absurdity by labeling a rocket-propelled grenade a weapon of mass destruction.



    http://www.wired.com/dangerroom/2013/03/weapons-of-mass-destruction/

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  174. BabbaZee11:19 AM

    Writer and 'Crawdaddy!' magazine founder Paul Williams dies at 64

    http://www.scpr.org/programs/offramp/2013/03/29/31109/writer-and-crawdaddy-magazine-founder-paul-william/

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  175. BabbaZee11:20 AM

    The Boston born Williams was just 17 years old when he founded Crawdaddy!

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  176. BabbaZee11:22 AM

    I have gone into this background only because there continues to be so much useless misunderstanding, so much talk about "folk-rock," so much discussion of the "old Dylan" and the "new Dylan." Until you, as a listener, can hear music instead of categories, you cannot appreciate what you are hearing. As long as people persist in believing that Dylan would be playing his new songs on a folk guitar instead of with a band, except that recording with a band brings him more money, they will fail to realize that his a creator, not a puppet, and a creator who now reached musical maturity. Dylan is doing his songs now the way he wants to do them. He is a bard who has found his lyre, no more, no less; and if you're interested in what he's saying, you mus listen to him on his own terms.

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  177. BabbaZee11:22 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hk3mAX5xdxo

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  178. BabbaZee11:24 AM

    Oh no!

    Clive Davis offers music business 101 in new autobiography

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/03/29/3313286/clive-davis-offers-music-business.html#storylink=cpy

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  179. BabbaZee11:24 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFZytEUCXu4

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  180. BabbaZee11:25 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uzp5ocWvzck

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  181. Q_Burn11:25 AM

    Bunny "foster care" aims to protect our Easter icon

    http://www.scpr.org/news/2013/03/29/36619/bunny-foster-care-aims-to-protect-our-easter-icon/



    I have a couple of schnauzer that want to volunteer. They may have ulterior motives though.

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  182. BabbaZee11:26 AM

    ayyyy EEEEEEEEEE!

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  183. Q_Burn11:28 AM

    Lejla Hadzimuratovic is trying to save our Easter icon one bunny at a time -- or, 150 at a time.

    That’s how many bunnies Hadzimuratovic had in her Silverlake condo when she first started the Bunny World Foundation five years ago.

    Then her homeowners association found out. Now she only has two adult bunnies, plus five confiscated newborns the LAPD brought her last weekend.

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  184. BabbaZee11:29 AM

    Lejla Hadzimuratovic


    say it ten times, fast!

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  185. Q_Burn11:36 AM

    Condensed version: Artists are meat. Clive knows best.

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  186. Q_Burn11:38 AM

    I wonder how Zimmy figures in there. I bet even Clive knew better than to tell him what to record and how when he was on Columbia.

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  187. BabbaZee11:39 AM

    yup!
    But he did have the sweetest Beagle named Teddy that wanted me to take him home.

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  188. BabbaZee11:45 AM

    Surely Zimmy could see right through him

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  189. Q_Burn11:46 AM

    Bob Dylan Accused Him of Censorship

    When Davis worked as a lawyer for Columbia Records, he consulted with Bob Dylan on The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan. According to Davis, Dylan wanted to include the satirical song “Talking John Birch Society Blues,” which mocked the then-influential right-wing group. When Davis decided certain lines would be considered libelous in court, he had to personally tell Dylan that Columbia would not put the track on the record. Of course, Dylan was not pleased. “‘What is this?’” Davis remembers Dylan saying. “‘What do you mean I can’t come out with this song? You can’t edit or censor me!’” The song never made it onto the famed album, but was later released as part of the Bootleg Series Volumes.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/02/20/7-juicy-bits-from-clive-davis-s-memoir.html

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  190. Biden: Gun-ban legislation “Just the Beginning” — Pelosi: “Not the end of the day for this Issue”


    http://dailycaller.com/2013/03/30/biden-gun-ban-legislation-just-the-beginning-pelosi-not-the-end-of-the-day-for-this-issue/


    Biden referred to current anti-gun legislation and told his anti-gun supporters, “Let me say this as clearly as I can: this is just the beginning.”



    U.S. government spokesperson on UN Arms Treaty, “United States would vote “yes” on the treaty”

    At the end of the session, a U.S. government spokesperson told reporters “It’s important to the United States and the defense of our interests to insist on consensus. But every state in this process has always been conscious of the fact that if consensus is not reached in this process, that there are other ways to adopt this treaty, including via a vote of the General Assembly.” The spokesperson went on to say that the United States would vote “yes” on the treaty in the General Assembly, regardless of the positions of other member states.

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/03/30/u-s-government-spokesperson-on-un-arms-treaty-united-states-would-vote-yes-on-the-treaty/

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