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Monday, March 18, 2013

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If you have understanding, hear this;
 listen to what I say...
Job 34

320 comments:

  1. The IWI Tavor is due to start shipping to distributors this week (3/18/13). This is one of the most eagerly awaited bullpup rifles - ever. Does the Tavor live up to the lofty expectations? Watch the review and see!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9155MuJcT88&feature=youtu.be

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjMw7eIIUiI

    this time tomorrow, kinks

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  3. Violin played as Titanic sank found in attic

    http://www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/24136

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  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Fu67X5kA5g

    for Scabman

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  5. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4GIAawSTisE

    Tom Waits - All The World is Green

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  6. BabbaZee12:24 PM

    perfect

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  7. BabbaZee12:25 PM

    Once the most prominent voice in protest music, Bob Dylan has been collecting a lot of upper-crust citations. He's received the Presidential Medal of Freedom and won the Pulitzer Prize, the National Medal of Arts and France's Commandeur des Arts et des Lettres, not to mention 10 Grammy Awards and an Oscar.

    Now he's the first rock star to be voted into the prestigious American Academy of Arts and Letters, home to writers Ezra Pound, Phillip Roth, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Sinclair Lewis and Kurt Vonnegut and composer Duke Ellington. Categories include music, literature and visual arts, embracing such members as Theodore Roosevelt, Mark Rothko, Jasper Johns, Frank Lloyd Wright and Roy Lichtenstein.

    Uncertain whether to recognize Dylan for his words or music, the academy opted to anoint the singer/songwriter an honorary member, as they did with earlier picks Meryl Streep, Woody Allen and Martin Scorsese.

    Author and 2012 inductee Michael Chabon will give the keynote address, entitled Rock 'n' Roll, at the May induction ceremony in New York. With tour dates booked in April and May, Dylan, 71, is unlikely to attend.

    http://www.azcentral.com/thingstodo/music/free/20130313bob-dylan-academy-of-arts-and-letters.html

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  8. I wonder what he thinks of all that.

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  9. BabbaZee12:29 PM

    he is unlikely to say


    ahaha

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  10. BulgarWheat12:29 PM

    I imagine he thinks it's a lot of crap, people slapping themselves on the back about how wonderful they are. He probably recoiled in horror when he got the mail.

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  11. of course, if he did say we would think he was slipping

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  12. very extremely possible

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  13. BabbaZee12:34 PM

    A New York woman, millionaire and socialite Annie George is on trial and facing federal criminal charges for allegedly keeping a domestic servant in a “forced labor situation” within her 30,000-square-foot Llenroc mansion in Rexford.

    Less than a week after a federal judge dismissed the case against George, she has been re-indicted.

    According to CBS 6 in Albany, the slave, Valsamma Mathai, 49, was kept at George’s estate against her will for six-and-a-half years. During her time in upstate New York, the undocumented illegal immigrant is testifying that she was forced to work seven days a week, for more than 12 hours a day.

    George’s 34-room property has an indoor swimming pool, 15 fireplaces, a helicopter pad, glass elevator and 24-karat gold ceilings. You would think with so much extravagance and space that George would provide ample accommodations for her help, but that wasn’t the case. Mathai had to sleep in a walk-in closet. http://firsttoknow.com/new-york-socialite-on-trial-for-keeping-a-slave/?utm_source=o_fo&utm_campaign=new-york-socialite-on-tr-25542

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  14. you're gonna have to serve somebody

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  15. i am taking headachy princess to school, maybe if yer all lucky i come back with one of my deathless fotos, lol

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  16. BabbaZee12:41 PM

    A man named Aswad Ayinde, a video music director who won an award for directing The Fugees' big hit "Killing Me Softly," has been on trial for two years for running a house of horrors where he repeatedly raped his daughters, and had babies with three of them. He apparently did all of this because he thought the world was going to end -- and all that would be left would be him and his "pure" offspring.

    http://www.northjersey.com/news/Paterson_mans_incest_trial_heads_to_jury.html

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  17. BabbaZee12:42 PM

    bon voyage

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  18. BabbaZee12:47 PM

    Zimbabwe's long-ruling President Robert Mugabe on Monday arrived in Rome, where he is expected to join other leaders at Tuesday’s installation of Pope Francis.

    The 89-year-old is banned from traveling to the European Union amid allegations of human rights abuses and election rigging. However, the papal state of Vatican City is not part of the EU.

    http://worldnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/03/18/17357139-outcast-ruler-robert-mugabe-dodges-eu-travel-ban-for-popes-installation?lite

    The Reign of Robert Mugabe
    http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,1726919_1557741,00.html
    The Zimbabwean President has presided over the economic and social collapse of one of Africa's most prosperous nations

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  19. BabbaZee12:54 PM

    RAT operators have nearly complete control over the computers they infect; they can (and do) browse people's private pictures in search of erotic images to share with each other online. They even have strategies for watching where women store the photos most likely to be compromising.

    "I just use the file manager feature of my RAT in whatever one im using and in [a RAT called] cybergate I use the search feature to find those jpgs [JPEG image files] that are 'hidden' unless u dig and dig and dig," wrote one poster. "A lot of times the slave will download pics from their phone or digital camera and I watch on the remote desktop to see where they save em to and that's usually where you'll find the jackpot!"

    Women who have this done to them, especially when the spying escalates into blackmail, report feeling paranoia. One woman targeted by the California "sextortionist" Luis Mijangos wouldn't leave her dorm room for a week after Mijangos turned her laptop into a sophisticated bugging device. Mijangos began taunting her with information gleaned from offline conversations.

    http://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2013/03/rat-breeders-meet-the-men-who-spy-on-women-through-their-webcams/

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  20. BabbaZee1:04 PM

    Building an army of slaves isn't particularly complicated; ratters simply need to trick their targets into running a file. This is commonly done by seeding file-sharing networks with infected files and naming them after popular songs or movies, or through even more creative
    methods. "I seem to get a lot of female slaves by spreading Sims 3 with a [RAT] server on torrent sites," wrote one poster. Another turned to social media, where "I've been able to message random hot girls on facebook (0 mutual friends) and infect (usually become friends with them too); with the right words anything is possible."

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  21. BabbaZee1:10 PM

    How Beer Gave Us Civilization

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/17/opinion/sunday/how-beer-gave-us-civilization.html

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  22. pbird1:33 PM

    while you were busy with fidgets i was fussing about those guys

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  23. pbird1:33 PM

    they keep saying that

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  24. pbird1:35 PM

    wouldn't be caught dead with a webcam!!!

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  25. BulgarWheat1:37 PM

    Featured Story:

    Awful… Barack Obama Bans West Bank Israeli Students From Thursday Speech

    Published March 18, 2013 at 8:43 am - 10 Comments

    NRA Says UN Arms Treaty Could Force US Gun Owners on International Registry

    Posted by Jim Hoft on Monday, March 18, 2013, 11:42 AM

    The NRA is busy these days protecting Second Amendment rights here at home. The gun-rights group is also actively working in opposition to the UN Arms Treaty. The NRA says the treaty, supported by the Obama Administration, would restrict individual ownership and could force Americans onto an international registry.

    The Washington Post reported:

    The NRA is among the treaty’s most
    vocal opponents and a founder of the World Forum on Shooting Activities,
    an international coalition of gun rights activists and gun
    manufacturers who plan to speak against the treaty.

    “What we really object to is the inclusion of civilian firearms
    within the scope of the ATT,” said Tom Mason, the group’s executive secretary and a lawyer who has represented the NRA at U.N. meetings for nearly two decades. “This is a treaty that really needs to address the transfer of large numbers of military weapons that leads to human rights abuses. We have submitted language that you can define what a civilian firearm is.”

    The NRA also argues that the treaty could infringe on gun
    rights as understood in the United States and could force Americans onto an international registry.

    Activists say the NRA wants to gut the treaty. “The NRA claim that there is such a thing as ‘civilian weapons’ and that these can and need to be treated differently from military weapons under the Arms Trade Treaty is — to put it politely — the gun lobby’s creativity on full display,” Ringuette said in a statement. “There is no such distinction. To try to create one would create a loophole that would render the treaty inoperative, as anyone could claim that he or she was in the business of trading ‘civilian weapons.’ ”

    Bloomberg has more:

    Supporters including U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry
    say a treaty wouldn’t impinge on the U.S. Constitution’s Second
    Amendment right to bear arms, the talk of arms regulation has agitated American gun-rights advocates led by the National Rifle Association, which claims more than 4 million members.

    “Neither the United Nations, nor any other foreign influence, has the authority to meddle with the freedoms guaranteed by our Bill of Rights,” Wayne LaPierre, chief executive officer of the NRA, said in a July 14 address to the UN’s Arms Trade Treaty Conference.

    Cyprus Closes Banks Until Thursday at Earliest. The beginning of the end,....

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  26. pbird1:37 PM

    there. experimenting with little pictures. hm. don't really like it. anyhow. Occasionally we see some blue sky. There were silly men in BNSF trucks sitting around watching. Don't they have jobs to go to?

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  27. pbird1:41 PM

    Strangely enough Sch. had never heard of that.

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  28. pbird1:43 PM

    Bloomberg wants to ban tobacco on display

    http://www.myfoxny.com/story/21671098/bloomberg-announces-nyc-anti-tobacco-legislation

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  29. BabbaZee1:50 PM

    looks like someone stole his axe

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  30. pbird1:52 PM

    Be Afraid of Your Food: An Epidemiologist’s Sensible Advice

    Vegetables are as dangerous as meat, why you should wash your hands constantly, and the problem with restaurant eggs. It’s all enough to make you never eat again after reading this interview with epidemiologist Patricia Kludt.

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03/16/be-afraid-of-your-food-an-epidemiologist-s-sensible-advice.html

    there is good reason to pray over food

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  31. BabbaZee1:52 PM

    The Internet is a surveillance state http://www.cnn.com/2013/03/16/opinion/schneier-internet-surveillance/?hpt=hp_bn7

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  32. BulgarWheat1:53 PM

    I would like to ban bloomberg entirely

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  33. pbird1:56 PM

    We can make a lot of people sick from just being stupid, careless, cheap, and greedy.

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  34. pbird1:56 PM

    I think they did.

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  35. pbird1:59 PM

    Honestly I feel a lot like a goldfish for quite a while now. I think one's main security is in being utterly boring. I may be kidding myself.

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  36. pbird1:59 PM

    He needs a hobby.

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  37. pbird2:00 PM

    One reporter used a tool called Collusion to track who was tracking him; 105 companies tracked his Internet use during one 36-hour period.

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  38. BabbaZee2:02 PM

    amen

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  39. pbird2:03 PM

    Welcome to an Internet without privacy, and we've ended up here with hardly a fight.

    ***
    of course no one saw this coming

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  40. pbird2:05 PM

    a fellow we all know uses the Tor browser...lol. for privacy I guess, but I always think of Winston Smith in these cases

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  41. BabbaZee2:07 PM

    So, we're done. Welcome to a world where Google knows exactly what sort of porn you all like, and more about your interests than your spouse does. Welcome to a world where your cell phone company knows exactly where you are all the time. Welcome to the end of private conversations, because increasingly your conversations are conducted by e-mail, text, or social networking sites.

    And welcome to a world where all of this, and everything else that you do or is done on a computer, is saved, correlated, studied, passed around from company to company without your knowledge or consent; and where the government accesses it at will without a warrant.

    Welcome to an Internet without privacy, and we've ended up here with hardly a fight.

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  42. BulgarWheat2:08 PM

    it's a pretty long read, but well worth the effort.

    http://apnews.myway.com/article/20130316/DA52C2OG1.html

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  43. BabbaZee2:11 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TEWZpUhDu8g

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  44. pbird2:13 PM

    there ya go

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  45. pbird2:16 PM

    also, I can barely bear to consider this and I know its been going on forever in various forms

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  46. BulgarWheat2:16 PM

    you'd think they'd know better.

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  47. pbird2:23 PM

    bet they do but do it anyhow

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  48. BulgarWheat2:23 PM

    I'm a stubborn man and have never trusted doctors. There have been a couple exceptions, and in nearly 53 years on this planet, that's not an outstanding record. I used to refuse novacaine as a little kid at the dentist office. The guy thought I was nuts, but I was a pretty tough little shit. Fortunately, I never needed a whole lot of fillings. Just a few.

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  49. pbird2:26 PM

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1118356853/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1118356853&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwviolentkicom#reader_1118356853

    there ya go! Predictive Analytics

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  50. pbird2:27 PM

    good thing!

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  51. pbird2:31 PM

    Shortly after the guilty verdict in the Steubenville rape case was announced, Candy Crowley took to the airwaves to report it and connect with their reporter on the ground for more details. Her lead-in to the remote shot was shameful.

    Crowley was filled with sadness for two young men who took advantage of a drunk and possibly drugged young girl because the judge actually held them accountable for what they did. Instead of wondering aloud why they weren't tried as adults, she was instead very concerned that now they would have to register for the rest of their lives as sex offenders.

    http://crooksandliars.com/karoli/candy-crowley-oozes-sympathy-steubenville-r

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  52. pbird2:33 PM

    also this is the surveillance state

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  53. Ghost of Boom Boom3:13 PM

    Can I get me pogram here?

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  54. BulgarWheat3:15 PM

    the bastards behaved like depraved animals and should be treated accordingly!

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  55. BulgarWheat3:18 PM

    let me and akak finish our pony roasting and we'll get right back to you.

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  56. pbird3:26 PM

    many comment that the girl is to blame for getting drunk...hm..or course I as a mother and grandmother think that the girl should not have put her self in that position but it is not excuse for the boys

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  57. pbird3:27 PM

    They're still at the printers!

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  58. pbird3:28 PM

    arghh wtf

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  59. BulgarWheat3:32 PM

    as hard as it might be to conceive, I actually was always a young gentleman growing up and had I witnesses anything along those lines I think I would have cracked a few fellas young skulls.


    As they say in the south, "That just ain't right..."

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  60. pbird3:40 PM

    once a while back one of my silly girls got drunk at a party and some jock kicked her off a porch and left her on the ground and I still want to kill him...just for treating her like that....one of those things I'm not over yet

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  61. BabbaZee4:25 PM

    Obama’s America & The Genocide of Christians

    http://theflyingcameldotorg.wordpress.com/2013/03/18/obamas-america-the-genocide-of-christians/

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  62. pbird4:26 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9hO-83CIVKM

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  63. pbird4:29 PM

    I used to know a lady who was a Syrian Christian, used to hobnob with the Messianics I knew. Nice lady.

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  64. pbird4:32 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hfdUG5ht4Xk

    this lady

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  65. pbird4:53 PM

    Can't address the subject matter directly.

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  66. Weather Emergency or Not!


    Run and Hide!

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  67. pbird4:59 PM

    I found my old Olympus 35 mil and bought it a battery and some film and found out the silly Walgreen processes film....heh....I don't need prints

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  68. pbird5:00 PM

    heh, have seen that posture a lot! I love it when they just about knock themselves out backing up!

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  69. Nanny Bloomberg Wants To Force Retail Stores To Hide Their Cigarettes…


    Fresh off a setback in his effort to ban large soda cups in restaurants, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is out with another health initiative that could cause controversy: requiring stores to keep cigarette packs out of sight.

    “New York City has dramatically lowered our smoking rate, but even one new smoker is one too many – especially when it’s a young person,” Mayor Bloomberg announced in a press release. “Young people are targets of marketing and the availability of cigarettes and this legislation will help prevent another generation from the ill health and shorter life expectancy that comes with smoking.”

    The bill will be introduced at Mr. Bloomberg’s request by Council Member Maria del Carmen Arroyo, the chair of the Health Committee, but will still have to make its way through the City Council to become law.

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  70. pbird5:28 PM

    I could teach him to knit, keep him out of trouble.

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  71. “If I could have gotten 51 votes in the Senate of the United States for an out-right ban, picking up every one of them… ‘Mr. and Mrs. America, turn ‘em all in,’ I would have done it. I could not do that. The votes weren’t here.” – Sen. Feinstein on CBS-TV’s “60 Minutes,” February 5, 1995.

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  72. Auction Time!

    http://www.auctionzip.com/cgi-bin/photopanel.cgi?listingid=1681033&feed=129&gid=0&category=0&zip=&kwd=

    ARs, AKs, Shotguns, Pistols, Revolvers – Check Out the Sweet Deals on the Auction Block

    http://www.guns.com/2013/03/16/big-liveon-line-gun-auction-march-23rd/

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  73. Bo Jiang, the Chinese national scientist employed by a NASA contractor for work at the space agency's Langley Research Center, was arrested Sunday by the FBI at Dulles Airport as he tried to board a one-way flight to China, according to Rep. Frank Wolf. http://washingtonexaminer.com/watchdog-alert-fbi-arrests-nasa-contract-employer-trying-to-flee-to-china/article/2524691

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  74. pbird7:14 PM

    off for a walkie

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  75. pbird7:44 PM

    The sighting of a Department of Homeland Security Mine Resistant Ambush Protected (MRAP) Armored Personnel Carrier (APC) at a gas station near Ybor City, Fla. on Wednesday is raising questions, concerns and fears about what the federal government is foreseeing in terms of likely needs for such armed and armored transports. An additional big unknown at this time is what congressional oversight protections exist for if and when they are deployed in domestic situations.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/dhs-deploying-homeland-with-weapons-of-war

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  76. 2016 campaign is on? I mean I know it's been on for a long time, but in public so early, talk about lame duck Obama!

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  77. pbird7:57 PM

    http://www.counter-currents.com/2013/02/the-persecution-of-charles-krafft/

    wow, interesting.....its out there. Posted as a specimen.

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  78. BabbaZee8:37 PM

    Because White Nationalism is a fundamentally rational, moral, and enlightened worldview, and he is a fundamentally rational, moral, and enlightened guy.

    So my hypothesis is that Krafft’s art brought him into contact with some of the more open-minded people in the White Nationalist subculture,and we may have influenced him just as he has influenced us.




    I vacillate between being bored to tears and laughing uncontrollably

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  79. BabbaZee8:40 PM

    A Scottish church has become the first in the UK to share its premises with Muslim worshippers.

    St John’s Episcopal Church in Aberdeen now welcomes hundreds of Muslims praying five times a day in their building as the nearby mosque was so small that they were forced to worship outside.

    The minister of St John's, Rev Isaac Poobalan, has handed over part of the church hall to Chief Imam Ahmed Megharbi and the imam has led prayers in the main chapel.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2295149/Christians-roll-welcome-Muslims-having-pray-wind-rain-mosque-small.html

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  80. Aren't they a trip?

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  81. the weasel is chick magnet you know

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  82. its like finding a big white slug in your bathtub all of a sudden coming upon that on the innernets

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  83. BulgarWheat4:14 AM

    that cat sure does look a lot like Chester.

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  84. BulgarWheat4:17 AM

    sorry I didn't see that earlier. almost makes me feel like climbing on a plane and flying out there to kick that young mans ass.

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  85. BulgarWheat4:40 AM

    Hacker Begins Distributing Confidential Memos Sent To Hillary Clinton On Libya, Benghazi Attack...

    I wonder where this will take us?

    http://www.thesmokinggun.com/buster/sidney-blumenthal/hacker-distributes-memos-784091

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  86. BulgarWheat5:19 AM

    big doins goin on in the vatican this morning. I haven't seen a single big hat yet. maybe the big hats show up later on

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  87. BulgarWheat6:01 AM

    "Then said he unto them, But now, he that hath a purse, let him take it,
    and likewise his scrip: and he that hath no sword, let him sell his
    garment, and buy one. For I say unto you, that this that is written
    must yet be accomplished in me, And he was reckoned among the
    transgressors: for the things concerning me have an end. And they said,
    Lord, behold, here are two swords. And he said unto them, It is enough."
    Luke 22:36-38 (KJV)

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  88. BulgarWheat6:47 AM

    today might be a good day to restock on the Bailey's. Been out for several days now. Was way too busy to get up there yesterday, and the ABC store doesn't open until 11:00. These folks down here simply don't keep my schedule.

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  89. BulgarWheat6:49 AM

    5,000 Israeli Cops to Protect Obama on trip...


    Hmm? Might be a good day to call in with the Blue Flu? I would.

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  90. About 10-12 inches of deadly white stuff all over the ground


    HIDE!

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  91. BulgarWheat7:09 AM

    no worries! FEMA is on the way with Whiskey, Beer, and plenty of Ammo. All is well. Just look outside. The MRAP should be there by now.

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  92. BulgarWheat7:10 AM

    got an unopened gallon in the garage

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  93. BulgarWheat7:23 AM

    Cyprus won't seize savings of 'wealthy' -- who make more than $25,867.73...


    Will confiscate cash from all others...


    Europe's leaders run out of credit...


    The implications of these headlines are ominous and far-reaching.

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  94. BabbaZee7:24 AM

    I have to ask my cousin if he had to do this

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  95. BabbaZee7:25 AM

    Amerikinski Puppet Theater

    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/2013/03/19/Syrian-National-Coalition-elects-Ghassan-Hitto-as-provisional-premier.html

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  96. BabbaZee7:27 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jGUrQCqo8bM

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  97. Mario Draghi

    born 3 September 1947) is an Italian banker and economist who succeeded Jean-Claude Trichet as the President of the European Central Bank on 1 November 2011. He was previously the governor of the Bank of Italy from January 2006 until October 2011. In 2012 Forbes nominated Draghi 8th most powerful man in the world.

    Concerns were also expressed during the candidacy about Draghi's past employment at Goldman Sachs.[6][20] Pascal Canfin (MEP) asserted Draghi was involved in swaps for European governments, particularly in Greece, trying to disguise their countries' economic status

    Berlusconi says would back Draghi as Italy president; ECB .

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  98. BulgarWheat7:29 AM

    I hadn't thought of that. Might be a good idea for him to call in sick that day.

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  99. Mark Carney's 'shock' appointment means more of the same

    www.guardian.co.uk/ commentisfree/ 2012/ nov/ 26/ mark-carney-appointment-bank-england -

    Nov 26, 2012 ... He confirmed this by appointing an ex-Goldman Sachs banker, Mark Carney, as governor of the Bank of England.

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  100. BabbaZee7:34 AM

    The Russian energy company Gazprom is offering to bailout Cyprus in exchange for gas exploration rights

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/report-russian-company-offers-bailout-cyprus-exchange-gas-exploration-rights_707768.html

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  101. Robert Rubin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Rubin -

    Rubin and his deputy Lawrence Summers also steered through the 1999 repeal of the Glass–Steagall Act (1933), which had separated investment banking from ...

    A Brief History Lesson: How We Ended Glass Steagall

    http://www.ritholtz.com/blog/2012/05/how-we-ended-glass-steagall/


    Robert Rubin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Rubin -

    Before his government service, he spent 26 years at Goldman Sachs, .... also steered through the 1999 repeal of the Glass–Steagall Act (1933), which had ...

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  102. BulgarWheat7:35 AM

    for a price, vlad gets what vlad wants

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  103. Henry Paulson -

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_Paulson -

    He joined Goldman Sachs in 1974, working in the firm's Chicago office under .... The support given by Federal Reserve Board, under Ben Bernanke, and the US ...



    Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein Reboots as Fed Chairman ...

    business.time.com/ 2012/ 04/ 26/ goldman-ceo-lloyd-blankfein-reboots-as-the-bernanke-stays-the-course/ -

    Apr 26, 2012 ... Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein has launched a complete image makeover, while Fed Chair Ben Bernanke stays the course on monetary ...

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  104. BabbaZee7:38 AM

    Muslim Cleric Calls U.S. Aid to Egypt 'Jizya'

    http://www.meforum.org/3468/us-aid-egypt-jizya

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  105. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    Until last year, he was a senior executive at a technology
    communications firm in Texas, with a role in local civic life, but
    largely focused on his job of more than a decade.

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  106. Men Died
    Obama Lied
    Hillary Cried.

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  107. BabbaZee7:42 AM

    A devout Muslim, he has been involved for more than a decade with the running of the Brighter Horizons Academy, a Texas school billed as “an
    educational institution conducive to an Islamic learning environment.”

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  108. BabbaZee7:42 AM

    it's a Gulen school

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  109. BulgarWheat7:51 AM

    a rose by any other name....

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  110. Cypress is merely a test........Wait for the "Fee" (We don't say "tax") to come to P-USA

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  111. BabbaZee7:55 AM

    "The sacred books and early literature of the East; with an historical survey and descriptions"

    http://archive.org/stream/sacredbooksearly06hornuoft/sacredbooksearly06hornuoft_djvu.txt

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  112. BabbaZee7:57 AM

    I ran into this type alot in 2007. Pretendian high brow shitheads this bunch lower than some others I have encountered poof de loop.

    they like to call themselves "occidentalists" alot.


    they sling lots of large words around like the marxists undt the shrinks


    duller than dirt

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  113. BabbaZee7:58 AM

    they fall into the "if brevity is the soul of wit these muffuckaz be witless" category

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  114. When the host asked the sheikh "Do the Americans owe us jizya?" he responded, "Yes," adding that it is the price Americans have to pay "so we can leave them alone!" When the host asked the sheikh if he was proclaiming a fatwa, the latter exclaimed, "By Allah of course!" The sheikh added that, to become a truly Islamic state, Egypt must "impose on America to pay aid as jizya, before we allow it to realize its own interests, the ones which we agree to."

    While the Egyptian cleric was focused on "international jizya"—that is, money paid by one non-Muslim nation to a Muslim nation, U.S money to Egypt—other Muslims have been receiving and enjoying individual "jizya" from Western, infidel governments, in the form of welfare aid.

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  115. BabbaZee8:02 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZrkuPIt2bk

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  116. Hmmmmmm..... Something stinks!

    Goldman Sachs Sukuk Row May Dent Industry Lure: Islamic Finance

    By Dana El Baltaji - Dec 21, 2011 5:00 AM ET



    Goldman Sachs Group Inc. (GS), the fifth biggest U.S. bank by assets, has become entangled in a debate about how Shariah compliant its $2 billion Islamic bond program is, which may diminish the allure of Islamic debt.

    Goldman Sachs’ sukuk program, blessed by eight of the world’s top scholars, is criticized by some Islamic advisers for not ensuring the debt will be traded at par value as mandated by Islamic law. Advisers including Riyadh-based Mohammed Khnifer of Edcomm Group Banker’s Academy in New York and Dubai-based Harris Irfan at Cordoba Capital have also said it’s unclear on how Goldman will use the funds it raises.

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  117. BabbaZee8:07 AM

    mmhmmmmmmmmmm

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  118. mawskrat8:08 AM

    Good Mornin ya'll.....something new I see

    and for your ears some local music.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WAQIdSUNqn4

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  119. I.C. Yurhini8:09 AM

    Ours is not to wonder why ..ours is but to render on to the Sachs of the Goldmen... Sucka.

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  120. BabbaZee8:10 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZftIZtU5mU

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  121. Accountability Lost: Benghazi

    by Brandon Webb · March 18, 2013 · Posted In: Op-Ed



    The September 11th, 2012 attack on the State Department compound in Benghazi, Libya is important, and should be studied because in the big picture it represents a failed foreign policy that spans across both Bush and Obama Presidencies.

    America does not have a clear strategic objective when it comes to foreign diplomacy, and in fact our current foreign affairs are rife with hypocrisy. Two clear examples of this: we are supposedly in a “War on Terror,” yet we clandestinely support terrorists like MEK in Iran, and weapons transfers into Syria. The latter is sure to put weapons into Syria freedom fighters, some who are engaged under the al Qaeda flag. How long will it take for those weapons to be pointed back at US Special Ops forces?

    In Libya, Gaddafi was known to be cooperating with the United States behind closed doors. One minute he’s a covert friend, and declared an enemy the next.

    “Who in the current administration turned Gaddafi from green to red?”, a senior State Department official said to me. This question and many others still need to be asked.

    Read more: http://sofrep.com/18280/accountability-lost-benghazi/#ixzz2NzFv6JqC

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  122. ("What difference does it make?")

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  123. BabbaZee8:14 AM

    yeahyuh!

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  124. BabbaZee8:16 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NrEz3_zVEgg

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  125. Syrian Rebels Trained by U.S. Advisors in Jordan?


    CNN and other media sources have just run a news story regarding the training of Syrian fighters in neighboring Jordan by United States personnel.

    From CNN:

    “Syrian rebels claim that hundreds of their fighters are being given sophisticated-weapons training organized and authorized by the United States at a camp in Jordan.”

    Verification of this story is tough as the source is an anonymous spokesperson for the rebels, and when asked by White House reporters on this claim, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney simply stated that the U.S. does not “provide lethal aid to the Syrian opposition.”

    Could he be telling the truth? Possibly. Could he have no idea what the truth is? Even more plausible.

    What I can tell you for certainty is the existence of the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center, or KASOTC, located just North of Amman, Jordan and a mere forty miles from the Syrian border. For those of you not familiar with KASOTC, it is the number one special operations training center in the entire Middle East. The development of the facility itself was instigated by SOCCENT (U.S. Special Operations Command – Central) in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

    Since the training center opened its doors in 2009, the group responsible for providing the training cadre and course material was not the Department of Defense but actually a private organization out of Maryland by the name of ViaGlobal Group. The two-dozen or so training cadre are all private contractors who almost exclusively come from the U.S. Army Special Forces and Delta Force communities.

    Read more: http://sofrep.com/18237/syrian-rebels-trained-by-us-advisors-in-jordan/#ixzz2NzHe0YYn

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  126. Undercover Brother8:20 AM

    I liked the Psycho Dots ..
    in needs me a women to replicate her butt on my copy machine

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  127. Boom Boom8:26 AM

    Are you getting the White Death?

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  128. pbird8:35 AM

    he WOULD be from Seattle, I feel like I've seen the bugger, but maybe he is just a type

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  129. pbird8:36 AM

    goodmorning doggone it, sleeping is beeg joke tonight

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  130. pbird8:40 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XAZ-2gMJXY0

    song what bothered me until i got up

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  131. Sen. Collins: Obama Couldn't Eat Without His Food Taster http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/03/15/Sen-Collins-Obama-Couldn-t-Eat-Without-His-Food-Taster

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  132. pbird8:45 AM

    this guy is not recommended but interesting in light of whats up

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  133. BabbaZee8:47 AM

    it's over

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  134. pbird8:47 AM

    adorable, eh?

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  135. Mr. Hitto and his wife, Suzanne, an American schoolteacher, have four children, all born in the United States, where Mr. Hitto advocated for Muslim Americans after 9/11 as a representative of the Council on American-Islamic Relations.

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  136. pbird8:49 AM

    Michelle Shocked enrages fans with onstage anti-gay rant

    Former lefty favourite loses gig bookings after saying same-sex marriage will be 'downfall of civilisation'

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2013/mar/19/michelle-shocked-anti-gay-rant

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  137. BabbaZee8:52 AM

    ahahha

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  138. pbird8:52 AM

    you just never know

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  139. BabbaZee8:52 AM

    naturally

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  140. I.C. Yurhini8:53 AM

    Morink. Can I get me some Gubmint cheese here?

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  141. She (used to be?) a lesbian

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  142. Wernher Von Braun8:56 AM

    Dr. Goebbels I presume.....


    Mein Fuhrer.. I can talk!

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  143. pbird8:56 AM

    she say no, just fornicator....lol

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  144. Still coming down in the pleasant hills of Merrimack Valley... over a foot!

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  145. pbird9:03 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FR_bds86Ujg

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  146. BabbaZee9:03 AM

    It’s like telling me you’e a pro-woman Islamist. Well, good for you, but
    that doesn’t change the realities of the Islamic movement and it does
    raise the question of why you remain in and defend
    a misogynist movement.



    http://freethoughtblogs.com/maryamnamazie/2013/03/18/yes-i-dare-on-the-edl/

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  147. mawskrat9:03 AM

    the sun is out!!!!! wooooo hoooooo

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  148. Smartphone app to help you complain

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  149. Boom Boom9:06 AM

    We are getting the white death.. I am so glad I went all Elvis on my TV. I really don't need some bimbette breathlessy telling me is snowing out... toplessly perhaps..

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  150. pbird9:07 AM

    looks like a character in a Guy Richy movie

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  151. I.C. Yurhini9:09 AM

    do they have the app for denouncing neighbors and reporting disloyal refusniks..ferals..et al?

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  152. BabbaZee9:09 AM

    all sorts of rat apps

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  153. pbird9:10 AM

    if you get enough apps running in the background the damn thing won't make a phone call

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  154. BabbaZee9:10 AM

    never seen an app

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  155. pbird9:11 AM

    its just half an apple...

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  156. mawskrat9:11 AM

    some days it's hard not to have a jaded out look>LOL

    Teach your children well,
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2295517/Massive-brawl-breaks-childs-birthday-party-Chuck-E-Cheese-ending-arrests-person-shot.html

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  157. mawskrat9:13 AM

    did you get bread and milk?

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  158. pbird9:13 AM

    When you squeeze the house it should feel firm.

    http://www.somethingawful.com/d/news/buying-haunted-house.php

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  159. BabbaZee9:15 AM

    happy birthday kid

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  160. BabbaZee9:16 AM

    lllooolooolllooooolll

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  161. mawskrat9:19 AM

    I used to get a creepy feeling when
    in the basement of my house

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  162. pbird9:20 AM

    Duffel Blog caught me once....

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  163. pbird9:20 AM

    agh, this goes under BoomBoom comment

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  164. pbird9:21 AM

    We DID rent a haunted house once. Not cool. I still ain't affeerd though.

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  165. pbird9:22 AM

    It is however, a loverly bit of foolery

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  166. Boom Boom9:23 AM

    Ist Der Heimland Sicherdienst defiant disruption algorerythm. Wir sind upgefucked.

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  167. BabbaZee9:23 AM

    everything haunted

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  168. pbird9:23 AM

    ‘Éire go deo, pinchi gringo!”

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  169. pbird9:24 AM

    Ja! Keine not kidding!

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  170. pbird9:24 AM

    some noisier than others

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  171. pbird9:24 AM

    but yeah

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  172. pbird9:25 AM

    Yeah though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death....

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  173. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    I shall never ever pitch a muffuckin tent there.

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  174. BabbaZee9:26 AM

    through being the operative word


    ahaha

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  175. pbird9:26 AM

    did you stop getting a creepy feeling?

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  176. mawskrat9:26 AM

    Babba is bad

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2295288/Ever-wonder-children-spring-break-Shocking-pictures-reveal-outrageous-antics-college-students-gone-wild.html?ICO=most_read_module

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  177. Boom Boom9:26 AM

    Bourbon and smokes. The bread and milk were gone yesterday... it's best to stay away from the dairy aisle pre snow... you do not want to come between menopausal womens and the last gallon of milk during a panic buy.

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  178. BulgarWheat9:27 AM

    I get a creepy feeling everytime I sneak into your basement......


    um,.....


    never mind.

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  179. BabbaZee9:27 AM

    ahahahhaaaaaaa

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  180. Boom Boom9:29 AM

    "All I remember is it took about fifteen officers to subdue him and he kept screaming, ‘They took me Lucky Charms, they took me Lucky Charms… Erin go fuck yourself, you Saxon pigs!’”

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  181. pbird9:30 AM

    I know.....i love it

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  182. pbird9:31 AM

    those wretched brats,

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  183. pbird9:33 AM

    i worry about em

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  184. BulgarWheat9:33 AM

    25 dead in rebel chemical attack in Syria is being reported on TV. Not a good development, no matter who deployed them.


    coming soon to a neighborhood near you!

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  185. boom boom9:34 AM

    I was having lunch in an er uhm ...bah.. reading this yesterday


    I was like totally rotfl or something. Suffice I had a laugh.

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  186. pbird9:35 AM

    "Knowledge's Last Chance"

    From the bold to the beautiful, from the wicked to the wise, every day the Wikipedia team relegates possibly "inappropriate" submissions to the garbage dump of time. Here, we make selected "potential" rejects immortal and preserve them for posterity. (All of these entries have been nominated for deletion at the time of posting.)

    Is your entry about to be deleted from Wikipedia? I’ll give you a second chance

    http://wikidumper.blogspot.com/

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  187. Boom Boom9:35 AM

    undt eine restrainink Ordnung

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  188. pbird9:35 AM

    one of the best of its genre

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  189. pbird9:36 AM

    nice song

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  190. mawskrat9:37 AM

    I have Polish gas mask.....a 55 gallon
    plastic trash bag/

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  191. BabbaZee9:37 AM

    Oh and mein cousin answered he is very glad to be on vacation in Romania at the moment



    which of course he did on purpose

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