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Sunday, March 31, 2013

Easter Everywhere

1.       For praise; concerning the strength of the regular morning sacrifice; a psalm of David.
2.       My God, my God, why have you left me far from my redemption? – are the words of my outcry.
3.       O God, I call by day and you will not accept my prayer; and by night I have no quiet
4.       But you are holy, who make the world rest on the psalms of Israel.
5.       Our fathers hoped in you they hoped in your word, and you saved them.
6.       In your presence they prayed and were saved; and on you they relied, and were not disappointed.
7.       But I am a feeble worm, not a rational man; the reproach of the sons of men, and the butt of the Gentiles.
8.       All who see me will gloat over me, attacking with their lips; they will shake their heads.
9.       Let him give praise in the presence of the Lord; and he has delivered him, he saved him because he favored him.
10.    Because you took me out of the womb; you gave me hope on my mother’s breasts.
11.    By your aid I was pulled forth from her bowels; from my mother’s womb you are my God.
12.    Be not far from me, for trouble is near, for there is no redeemer.
13.    The Gentiles have surrounded me, who are like many bulls; the princes of Mathnan have hemmed me in.
14.    They open their mouths at me like a roaring and ravaging lion.
15.    Like water I am poured out; all my bones are crushed; my heart is melting like wax within my bowels.
16.    My strength has dried up like a potsherd, and my tongue is stuck to my palate; and you have brought me to the grave.
17.    Because the wicked have surrounded me, who are like many dogs; a gathering of evildoers has hemmed me in, biting my hands and feet like a lion.
18.    I will tell of all the wounds of my bones; those who see me despise me.
19.    They divide my clothing for themselves; and for my cloak they will cast lots.
20.    You, O Lord, do not be far off; O my strength, hurry to my aid.
21.    Save my soul from those who slay with the sword; from the power of the dog, save the breath of my body.
22.    Redeem me from the mouth of the lion; and from kings who are strong and tall as a bull you have received my prayer.
23.    I will tell of the might of your name to my brothers; in the midst of the assembly I will praise you.
24.    O you who fear the Lord, sing praise in his presence; all the seed of Jacob, give him glory; and be afraid of him, all you seed of Israel.
25.    For he does not despise or scorn the prayer of the poor; and he has not removed his presence from their midst; and when they pray in his presence, he accepts their prayer.
26.    My psalm in the assembly of many people is from you; I will fulfill my vows before those who fear him.
27.    The humble will eat and be satisfied; those who seek the Lord will sing praise in his presence; the spirit of prophecy will dwell in the thoughts of your hearts forever.
28.    All the ends of the earth will remember his offerings and will repent in the presence of the Lord; and all the families of the Gentiles will bow down before you.
29.    For kingship is from the presence of the Lord, and he rules over the Gentiles.
30.    All who are fat on earth have eaten and bowed down; all who descend to the grave prostrate themselves before him; but the soul of the wicked shall not live.
31.    The seed of Abraham will worship in his presence; and they will tell the mighty greatness of the Lord to a later generation.
32.    Their children will return and recount his generosity; to his people yet to be born they will recount the wonders he performed.
~ Psalm 22
From the Aramaic Targums


325 comments:

  1. buzzsawmonkey9:13 AM

    I like the pepsin-flavored tar gum.

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  2. BabbaZee9:14 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6kT37B9gJIA

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  3. pbird9:14 AM

    amen, with tears. Love the translation.

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  4. BabbaZee9:14 AM

    I love that too

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  5. My foot has been ailing me, so I was unable to chase down any Arab children to make matzot. I guess I;ll have to settle for toast and eggs.

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  6. pbird9:16 AM

    maybe you could find one of those eggs with a little blood in it!

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  7. BabbaZee9:18 AM

    'Monsanto Protection Act': 5 Terrifying Things To Know About The HR 933 Provision

    http://www.ibtimes.com/monsanto-protection-act-5-terrifying-things-know-about-hr-933-provision-1156079

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  8. (Just kidding! I am having Matzah brei... without the blood of course)

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  9. Don't tell the Arabs but.... "blood" is not kasher.


    (Who'd have guessed?)

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  10. Try saying this really fast:

    PIKHRISTOS AFTONF KHEN OUMETMEE AFTONF- The Coptic Easter greeting.


    (I have no idea what it means)

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  11. BabbaZee9:23 AM

    ooohhh matzah brei I have not made it since my grandma died

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  12. pbird9:24 AM

    i go sleep for an hour

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  13. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    I cannot say it slow!

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  14. BabbaZee9:29 AM

    BWWAK!

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  15. BulgarWheat9:36 AM

    It seems that my shunning of churchianity has not gone over well. I have been rebuked for quoting scripture.


    HALP ME JOEL OSTEEN!

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  16. BulgarWheat9:37 AM

    and no, I will not be sending that son of a bitch $25k.

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  17. A less publicized driver has been private prison stocks. These companies manage prisons by contract, mostly for state and local governments in the U.S., which they claim they can do more efficiently than the governments themselves.

    Business is reportedly solid, although U.S. prison populations did fall for two years through 2011, the latest year on record with the Justice Department.

    But what's really driven share prices lately is the fact that the two leading players in the field, Corrections Corp. of America (CXW) and Geo Group (GEO), are in the process of converting themselves into real estate investment trusts.

    CCA has actually been a REIT before. It converted to its present structure more than a decade ago. But according to Tobey Sommer, analyst with SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, the calculus changed recently when the two prison companies learned about taxable REIT subsidiaries.

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  18. BulgarWheat9:48 AM

    I will go and pray for peace in my home in my own way. I will implement the STFU as well. Quiet contemplation of the scripture and STFU is the wisest route I think.

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  19. Joel Osteen: «Obama is a Christian, doing a good job»

    Charismatic mega Church prosperity teacher Joel Osteen brands the US President as «A good Christian, who is doing a good job in a difficult time».

    http://ivarfjeld.com/2009/06/29/joel-osteen-%C2%ABobama-is-a-christian-doing-a-good-job%C2%BB/

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  20. BulgarWheat10:00 AM

    Joel Osteen is an old-school hustler and will need a new asshole after his sit-down. I probably will too, but at least I never hustled people in GOD's name for my own benefit.



    All I have to do is try to make my sit-down as easy as I am able to.


    It seems my daughter thinks he's the cats-meow. Geez. She's got a lot to learn in this life. I've done what I could. Private jets and $5k suits do not a good man make.

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  21. BulgarWheat10:05 AM

    I don't much feel like cooking today. Maybe we'll have easter pizza or just go out to dinner. I dunno. I'm usually pretty pumped up to make a fancy meal,but not so much at the moment. Not much at all.

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  22. BabbaZee10:08 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k2JCugSglII

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  23. is he bar open yet

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  24. BulgarWheat10:09 AM

    yep

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  25. BabbaZee10:10 AM

    In that I am bad 24 hours a day
    I believe it never closes
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kqrhNAMp94Q

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  26. Joel Osteen was born in Texas and has an estimated net worth of $40 million dollars.

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  27. 2 please and keep'em coming

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  28. He needs your donations!

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  29. Mrs Akak went to a Vietnamese wedding


    they serve Italian for dinner!


    wtf

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  30. not that there is anything wrog with eyetalian stuff

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  31. BabbaZee10:17 AM

    It struck me that some of the rhetoric of the fascism you experienced, such as a lack of educational attainment proving one's purity, or the anti-Semitic association of Jews with city living, is similar to the anti-intellectual rhetoric of contemporary conservatism; you can't be a "real American" if you're too educated or your city is too big. Are these similarities meaningful, or are they the result of my efforts to find a personal connection with what I'm reading? How do you tell the difference?



    http://www.bookslut.com/features/2012_12_019654.php

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  32. fuck off Igor and let me edit

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  33. BabbaZee10:19 AM

    here you dropped this




    n

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  34. thanks, think i'm still drunk from last night


    need a skid of beer

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  35. she said holy shit you never seen so many 22 year old skinny wuxi's

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  36. Breeze13 • 15 minutes ago

    When the welfare people can't get food, they will blame everyone else. Then the rioting will start. WE should be prepared with food and arms to protect ourselves. The DHS will send in the troops to quell the riots, mowing down lots of unarmed welfare people. Most of them will probably go willingly to the FEMA camps with promises of food and medical care. Fine. I'm not going, I will not comply, I will not give up my weapons. Let DHS use their resources to guard the FEMA camps. Less of them, more of us.

    "The duty of a true patriot is to protect his country from it's government." - Thomas Paine



    REPLY:

    No asshole...the Feds are coming after the middle-class...those who have firearms and stocks of food.

    Poor Tyrone ain't got what the DHS wants!

    They are not there to help you get rid of black folks,

    Dipshit.

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  37. mawskrat10:24 AM

    Great Morning All......Christus resurrexit! Resurrexit vere!

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  38. BabbaZee10:29 AM

    shalom

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mr9peut6brI

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  39. BabbaZee10:30 AM

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

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  40. BabbaZee10:31 AM

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

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  41. mawskrat10:31 AM

    rolled away

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sLNk2qQMcag

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  42. Mornin Tarkswam

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  43. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sH-5ifOYVXs

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  44. BabbaZee10:35 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rxt8iyA5QyY

    A Hymn For The Dudes

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  45. A recent Comment @ http://clashdaily.com

    The DHS was created to enslave a vanquished nation under occupation. And YOU folks who supported the shredding of the Constitution (Patriot Act-NDAA etc.) are the Benedict Arnolds who brought this upon the rest of us.

    Here's a quote from your messiah:

    I don't give a god damn, I'm the President and the Commander-in-Chief.
    Do it my way. Stop throwing the Constitution in my face, it's just a god
    damn piece of paper!"

    George W. Bush

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  46. BabbaZee10:49 AM

    You forgot to say rubbish so they could call you a foreigner

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  47. BabbaZee10:54 AM

    Jerry's pigeons are above us all.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XMDVANm-l3c

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  48. mawskrat10:58 AM

    Krestos a uprisin! Seen, him a uprisin fe tru!

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  49. BabbaZee10:59 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mp18KdQCJgU

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  50. mawskrat11:08 AM

    tis a fine one
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qn79mZwwVWM&playnext=1&list=PL23D92BAE1AEE2E11&feature=results_video

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  51. "MISS ME YET"

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  52. mawskrat11:16 AM

    my sweet pea at work last night....no chairs as they were waxing the floors.

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  53. mawskrat11:17 AM

    ax me in a whiles

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  54. Agents with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) violated their agency’s own policy by cooperating with the Department of Justice’s “Fast and Furious” operation that allowed guns to wind up in the hands of drug traffickers.



    http://www.allgov.com/news/top-stories/ice-investigators-violated-policy-to-help-fast-and-furious-gun-running-program-130330?news=849590

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  55. mawskrat11:20 AM

    say what/

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  56. Proposed Obama Trade Agreement would Ban Buy America Laws



    A new free trade agreement being negotiated between the Obama administration and countries along the Pacific Rim could mean the end of the “Buy American” policy currently in effect.



    The proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which has been negotiated largely in secret, would prevent the U.S. government from giving preference to American companies for federal contracts.



    Around since the 1933, the so-called “Buy American” policy allows domestic companies to put in more costly bids for government work and still receive the contract, even if a foreign business offers to provide the product or service for less money.



    News of this provision in the Trans-Pacific Partnership prompted 68 House Democrats and one Republican to urge President Barack Obama to reconsider any agreement that ends “Buy American.”



    http://www.allgov.com/news/top-stories/proposed-obama-trade-agreement-would-ban-buy-america-laws-130329?news=849583

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  57. BabbaZee11:23 AM

    lllooolllllololllooll

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  58. buzzsawmonkey11:26 AM

    Jews don't celebrate Easter because Jesus rose during Passover...

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  59. logistics 101

    After having failed his exam in "Logistics and Organization", a student goes and confronts his lecturer about it.

    Student: "Sir, do you really understand anything about the subject?"

    Professor: "Surely I must. Otherwise I would not be a professor!"

    Student: "Great, well then I would like to ask you a question.

    If
    you can give me the correct answer, I will accept my mark as is and go.
    If you however do not know the answer, I want you give me an "A" for
    the exam. "

    Professor: "Okay, it's a deal. So what is the question?"

    Student: "What is legal, but not logical, logical, but not legal, and neither logical, nor legal?"

    Even
    after some long and hard consideration, the professor cannot give the
    student an answer, and therefore changes his exam mark into an "A", as
    agreed.

    Afterwards, the professor calls on his best student and asks him the same question.

    He
    immediately answers: "Sir, you are 63 years old and married to a 35
    year old woman, which is legal, but not logical. Your wife has a 25 year
    old lover, which is logical, but not legal. The fact that you have
    given your wife's lover an "A", although he really should have failed,
    is neither legal, nor logical."

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  60. its like yeah........um no

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  61. mawskrat11:37 AM

    good one!

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  62. buzzsawmonkey11:38 AM

    I'm still waiting for the exercise flyers in my neighborhood to advertise "Pontius Pilates."

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  63. ayiiiii !

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  64. Freezing weather wipes out German flea circus

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/EU_ODD_GERMANY_FROZEN_FLEAS?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-03-31-11-02-03

    don't know whether to laugh or cry

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  65. buzzsawmonkey11:40 AM

    "Tonight's performance is scratched."

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  66. ahahhaha~!

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  67. I grew up on Pontius Road. Always thought that was a tad weird name for a road.

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  68. buzzsawmonkey11:42 AM

    Was there a bridge on the road?

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  69. nope just a dirt road at first

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  70. i know you are making a joke but i don't get it because i am a bear of very little brain

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  71. buzzsawmonkey11:46 AM

    "21. Save my soul from those who slay with the sword; from the power of the dog, save the breath of my body."


    I don't mind being saved from the power of the pit bull's jaws, but I don't think I really want to be saved from the power of canine love and devotion.

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  72. different days, different dogs...bet he was talking about roaming wild dogs

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  73. buzzsawmonkey11:48 AM

    Well, "Pontius" is probably related to the word "bridge," as the "Pont Neuf" is "the new bridge" in French, which is of course derived from Latin. Again, the word "pontoon" is bridge-related and Latin-derived.


    So, I figured that "Pontius Road" might have been someone's way of trying to make "Bridge Road" sound classy.

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  74. ah, makes sense. I have no French to speak of so you lost me.

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  75. Google’s motto is “Don’t be evil.” But what would it mean for democracy if it was?

    That’s the question psychologist Robert Epstein has been asking in a series of experiments testing the impact of a fictitious search engine — he called it “Kadoodle” — that manipulated search rankings, giving an edge to a favored political candidate by pushing up flattering links and pushing down unflattering ones.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/could-google-tilt-a-close-election/2013/03/29/c8d7f4e6-9587-11e2-b6f0-a5150a247b6a_story.html

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  76. buzzsawmonkey12:01 PM

    If your motto is "don't be evil," then you have defined anything you do, no matter how evil, as necessarily good. Avoiding evil is, after all, your motto---so anything you embark upon cannot be evil by definition.


    It is mindsets like that that let evil in its full force loose upon the world.

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  77. BabbaZee12:02 PM

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

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  78. BabbaZee12:09 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8Op4hnJFSu8

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  79. pbird1:17 PM

    really nice

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  80. pbird1:19 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e4AAYc7DrJg

    yup

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  81. BulgarWheat2:02 PM

    do no wrong. that is enough.


    sadly that's a hard task to accomplish.

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  82. BulgarWheat2:23 PM

    'Dead' Prostitute Leaps From Coffin...


    Did the John get a woody too? Just wondering....

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  83. buzzsawmonkey2:31 PM

    "Don't be evil" is a "status" thing, while "do no wrong" requires constant reassessment of one's actions.


    The first pre-emptively forgives one's self for any of one's actions---if one is committed to 'not being evil" then one has pre-emptively defined all one's actions, no matter how horrific, as "good," whereas a commitment to not "doing wrong" mandates exploration of each individual act.


    The first is a guarantee of wrong, and ultimately of evil; the second is a safeguard against it.

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  84. On this Easter Sunday we shall pray that Babba does not get too pissed off at the Ham Brawll.....and does not resort to grabbing that big ol' hambone!


    Amen

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  85. talk about a dead fuck

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  86. Montana Governor Vetoes State Nullification of Federal Gun Grab





    http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/constitution/item/14960-montana-governor-vetoes-state-nullification-of-federal-gun-grab

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  87. Ironically, with his veto, Governor Bullock has committed theft of a more serious nature.

    A story on Bullock’s rejection of the bill published by U.S. News proclaims the decision to be a move toward “modernity.”

    They have a point, though likely not the one they intended to make.

    Bullock’s ignorance of the role of the right to keep and bear arms, as well as the role of the states in checking federal overreaches of its constitutional powers, is typical of many modern lawmakers and executives.

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  88. Despite the governor’s decision to anoint himself the giver and taker of rights, there is yet hope that the political will of the people of Montana will be done. Bullock's veto sends the bill back to the state legislature where a two-thirds majority vote of each chamber could override his decision.

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  89. How this creep could be elected to represent the people of Montana really puzzles me.

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  90. Law enforcement intelligence-processing fusion centers have long come under attack for spying on Americans. The Arkansas director wanted to clarify the truth: centers only spies on some Americans – those who appear to be a threat to the government.

    http://intellihub.com/2013/03/31/fusion-center-director-we-dont-spy-on-americans-just-anti-government-americans/


    (Like Oath keepers, Photographers, Non-Democrats, Sportsmen, Veterans......)

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  91. BulgarWheat3:57 PM

    history channel has on a pretty good movie. The BIBLE.


    I'm could not have done what GOD commanded Arbaham to do. I know also I could not have accomplished what Moishe did either.

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  92. What happened to everyone? Is there some big game on today?

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  93. pbird5:15 PM

    Not for me. Am stuck in car driving descendents around.

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  94. Q_Burn5:42 PM

    Yard work and dog grooming with the lads.. laundry. Stuff like that.

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  95. Oops, TSA guy goes spray-zy!

    By JOSH MARGOLIN

    Last Updated: 3:15 AM, March 27, 2013



    A bumbling TSA agent “playing around” with a pepper-spray container at Kennedy Airport fired the caustic liquid at five fellow screeners yesterday, sending all six to the hospital, a source told The Post.

    The agent, Chris Yves Dabel, discovered the device at the Terminal 2 security checkpoint and tried to determine if it was real, a source told The Post.

    He told Port Authority cops that he “found the canister on the floor and thought it was a laser pointer.”

    “They were playing around with it,” said one Kennedy Airport official.

    The screener sprayed five other TSA agents around him, sending all six to Jamaica Hospital and halting security checks at Kennedy for at least 15 minutes, police said.

    No passengers reported injuries. Dabel refused medical attention.

    TSA officials scrambled to keep the embarrassing incident under wraps yesterday — until The Post began inquiring about it, a source said.

    The agency has been plagued with a rash of humiliating incidents at area airports — including the failure of Newark screeners in February to catch an undercover fed with a fake explosive stuffed in his pants at either of two checkpoints.

    Authorities have called for a top-to-bottom review of that airport’s procedures.

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  96. Q_Burn6:23 PM

    He don't know karate but he knows spa-rayzer!

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  97. Q_Burn7:11 PM

    Feel-good story of the day! Motorcycle-riding Easter Bunny gets pulled over and doesn't even get tasered!

    http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-easter-bunny-meets-chp-20130331,0,3526360.story

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  98. Q_Burn7:21 PM

    #1 son just left for his Pizza Hut driver gig. Which makes me wonder.. who the heck orders pizza delivery for Easter dinner? And how many of the them will stiff him on the tip? His normal stiff rate is about 20%. Worst offenders are teenagers on Friday night.. Mom and Dad go out and leave em with $20 to order a pizza. They want every penny of their change. A special place in hell for them sez the lad..

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  99. pbird7:24 PM

    not very nice for him at all.
    Lots of people would order pizza....anyday.

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  100. Q_Burn7:29 PM

    He's had some interesting experiences. One guy was 2 bucks short and offered to make it up in weed. The lad said "no thanks" and coughed it up out of his own pocket. But then there's the regular who tips $10 every time so it mostly evens out.

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  101. Q_Burn7:35 PM

    How appropriate for Easter Sunday.

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  102. pbird7:35 PM

    I do five bucks and they seem happy.

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  103. pbird7:35 PM

    oh yes!

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  104. Q_Burn7:41 PM

    Five bucks is on the generous side for sure. In this state they can pay a driver less than minimum wage (like a waitress) because most of his income is expected to be tips. His base is only $4.50 per hour plus $1 per trip. Pays his own gas of course. A good night he will net $12 or $13 an hour, a bad night $7 or $8.

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  105. Q_Burn7:44 PM

    Beats working the fryer at McDonalds for sure though..

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  106. pbird7:45 PM

    I think it does, depending on the neighborhood.

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  107. pbird8:24 PM

    indulging in flower picture

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  108. Navy Veteran Shot & Wounded By Police While Testing Shotgun In Backyard

    http://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2013/03/29/man-shot-wounded-by-officer-in-southeast-baltimore/

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  109. Grammy Cracker12:51 AM

    At last I have survived tax preparation. W00t. Maybe I’ll sleep better tonight.


    Did y’all survive the annual Resurrection Ham Brawl?

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  110. pbird1:13 AM

    I didn't even have one. Too puny lately. Gotta do tax tomorrow. Fortunately its pretty simple for us.

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  111. pbird1:34 AM

    Hope it was uneventful for BZ!¡

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  112. BulgarWheat3:35 AM

    I gotta take care of somethings. I'll be back when I'm able to.

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  113. http://video.cnbc.com/gallery/?play=1&video=3000157652

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  114. http://hotair.com/greenroom/archives/2013/03/28/video-please-identify-this-burglar-before-he-hurts-himself-any-further/

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  115. http://www.news.com.au/national-news/bag-snatcher-runs-into-shop-window/story-fncynjr2-1226610377792

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  116. This baconphilia is getting ridiculous

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tc_iT1bSrJM&feature=youtu.be

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  117. Can't we all just get along?

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  118. BabbaZee8:10 AM

    call me

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  119. BabbaZee8:12 AM

    BONK!

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  120. BabbaZee8:16 AM

    oooo

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  121. BabbaZee8:16 AM

    HEY!



    take the weed take the weed!

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  122. BabbaZee8:19 AM

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

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  123. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    no blood was shed

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  124. BabbaZee9:55 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Oes9_poAIg

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  125. The LORD Is My ShepherdA Psalm of David.
    1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
    2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures:
    he leadeth me beside the still waters. Rev. 7.173 He restoreth my soul:
    he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
    I will fear no evil: for thou art with me;thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies:
    thou anointest my head with oil;my cup runneth over.6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life:
    and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.

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  126. Undercover Brother10:23 AM

    I shall fear no evil nor vote for it...for i am the baddest mo fo in the valley. Bring it on Fascist bithchez.

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  127. Boom Boomicus I10:28 AM

    The LORD Is My ShepherdA Psalm of David.
    1 The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.
    2 He maketh me to lie down in green pastures:
    he leadeth me beside the still waters. Rev. 7.173 He restoreth my soul:
    he leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for his name's sake.4 Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death,
    I will fear no evil: for thou art with me;thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.5 Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies:
    thou anointest my head with oil;my cup runneth over.6 Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life:
    and I will dwell in the house of the LORD for ever.

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  128. well yes

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  129. BabbaZee10:49 AM

    amen antec shalom

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  130. BabbaZee10:53 AM

    ullullullu!

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  131. BabbaZee10:55 AM

    In Brooklyn, a Punk Church Tries to Redefine Religious Faith
    http://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2013/03/in-brooklyn-a-punk-church-tries-to-redefine-religious-faith/274368/

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  132. "It is kind of a monastic community,"

    yeah, knew some.

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  133. Grammy Cracker11:01 AM

    Even in the UK, Babba’s badness make people drink so much they need this. Oy to the VEY, woman! 😃

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  134. Grammy Cracker11:02 AM

    Goodish morning to yez all!

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  135. Grammy Cracker11:02 AM

    Amein!

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  136. BabbaZee11:05 AM

    this seems to me to be more about der ghey underneath it all than der revolution

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  137. BabbaZee11:07 AM

    Iraqi Women on the War’s 10th Anniversary: ‘Now I Fear Everyone’

    http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2013/03/23/iraqi-women-on-the-war-s-10th-anniversary-now-i-fear-everyone.html
    Ten years after the invasion, child marriage, female illiteracy,
    domestic violence, and divorce are all up—while legal protections are down, Iraqi women tell women’s rights activist Zainab Salbi.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qvj99sK1Gl0

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  138. BabbaZee11:07 AM

    shalom!

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  139. yeah, and to you also

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  140. not sure. We used to have churches like this in the U dist in 1970...the kids didn't know quite what to do about it all

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  141. BabbaZee11:10 AM

    Revolution is a strongly gay-affirming church, and Bakker is an advocate for queer religious rights.

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  142. Grammy Cracker11:10 AM

    Mission accomplished!


    😡 😢

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  143. BabbaZee11:11 AM

    he strikes me as gay himself
    so I think underneath it all is a need to sort of vindicate his family history and his gayness

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  144. BabbaZee11:11 AM

    so fucking horrifying

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  145. Grammy Cracker11:11 AM

    Well, they DID say it was a monastic community. Where are the dancing altar boys?

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  146. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    “During Saddam’s time I used to fear his sons, Uday and Qusay,” one woman says. “Now I fear everyone.” Asked how women are faring in Iraq today, she continues: “We could roam around and go wherever we wanted without worrying during Saddam’s time. Our fear was political. We couldn’t talk. We couldn’t express our views. We couldn’t forget the fear we had of Saddam’s son Uday. But that fear hs now spread to the streets. I can no longer walk there.”

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  147. Grammy Cracker11:12 AM

    Hey, I know…. let’s completely ignore stuff like this and argue about whether ghey pipples can get married instead!

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  148. now we have Mars Hill "church" in Seattle area, growing and growing and I still don't like em, lol

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  149. BabbaZee11:13 AM

    RIGHT!

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  150. oh of course, count the things that go on while we are fussing about that one

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  151. Grammy Cracker11:15 AM

    Who am I kidding? I WANT THIS!


    I love that they turned the caduceus into a corkscrew. So clever, those Brits.

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  152. http://marshill.com/

    they are getting very slick, used to be like young Bakker

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  153. BabbaZee11:27 AM

    it is always the way


    which is why Jesus only had 12 and would run away whenever they wanted to make him king

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  154. BabbaZee11:28 AM

    I love it love it I am moving to the UK

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5YqNBKyQJ8

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  155. ha, yeah

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  156. BabbaZee11:30 AM

    It's For You

    Your video may include music that is owned by a third party.

    The audio track of your video is muted.
    It may be possible to resolve this claim by removing the matching music.

    Fuck!

    Video is over a year old I think
    I just deleted it fuck them

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  157. they are getting pretty shirty

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  158. Grammy Cracker11:34 AM

    Bastids.

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  159. BabbaZee11:34 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GNk39PtATH0

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  160. Grammy Cracker11:34 AM

    Murdered by his own father 29 years ago today. 😢 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPnZZTVp_2A

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  161. ASHTABULA, Ohio (AP) — Witnesses say the 25-year-old man accused of walking into an Ohio church and fatally shooting his father after an Easter service Sunday was yelling about God and Allah after the killing.
    http://cleveland.cbslocal.com/2013/04/01/police-son-fatally-shoots-dad-during-easter-service-yells-killing-was-will-of-allah/

    speaking of churches

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  162. BabbaZee11:37 AM

    A definitive biography of Leonard Cohen

    http://www.cjnews.com/index.php?q=node/104359

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RLq7Aqd_H7g

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  163. ha oh Grammy this song has such a history for me. I was in a gay bar, hahahha, really, in about 1969 and all the guys were dancing with each other to this song. Always brings that rather stunning at the time, scene back to me.

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  164. BabbaZee11:39 AM

    Oh!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8M4Z1lrIF-w

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  165. BabbaZee11:41 AM

    Adams said Reshad Riddle then continued into the church, still holding
    the gun, and yelled that the killing was “the will of Allah. This is the
    will of God.”

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  166. likes it very much

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  167. BabbaZee11:43 AM

    Nonetheless, he flew to Israel to perform for Israeli troops during the Yom Kippur War. His motives were pure. “I’ve never disguised the fact that I’m Jewish, and in any crisis in Israel I would be there. I am committed to the survival of the Jewish people.”

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  168. Grammy Cracker11:44 AM

    LOL That must have been quite the sight.


    I grew up with Marvin on the radio. Detroit’s a fubar’d mess but we’ve always produced outstanding music.

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  169. Grammy Cracker11:44 AM

    Amen!

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  170. in Ohio,....

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  171. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhmaIv9bR58

    I forgot he had so many religious songs

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  172. Indeed it has.

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  173. Grammy Cracker11:46 AM

    I heard a cover of ‘Hallelujah’ the other day and wept like a baby. What a song.

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  174. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UyD2N4q8c0g

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  175. Grammy Cracker11:51 AM

    Oh yeah. He did lots of gospel. A lot of the Motown artists did.

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  176. it is, it is

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  177. BabbaZee11:57 AM

    I have this I love it

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  178. s there a greater gesture of intellectual contempt than the notion that a tweet constitutes an adequate intervention in a serious discussion? But when Thomas Nagel’s formidable book Mind and Cosmos recently appeared, in which he has the impudence to suggest that “the materialist neo-Darwinian conception of nature is almost certainly false,” and to offer thoughtful reasons to believe that the non-material dimensions of life—consciousness, reason, moral value, subjective experience—cannot be reduced to, or explained as having evolved tidily from, its material dimensions, Steven Pinker took to Twitter and haughtily ruled that it was “the shoddy reasoning of a once-great thinker.” Fuck him, he explained.
    http://www.newrepublic.com/article/112481/darwinist-mob-goes-after-serious-philosopher#

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  179. “Accept the truth from whoever utters it,” said the rabbis, those poor benighted souls who had the misfortune to have lived so many centuries before Dennett and Dawkins.

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  180. Grammy Cracker12:03 PM

    I really should rustle up some food. My hands are starting to shake. That usually means the ol’ blood sugar is too low.

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  181. Neither Jesus nor any of the twelve apostles could get a job in any self-respecting mainline church in America today; none of them had a degree from an accredited seminary.

    http://blogs.the-american-interest.com/wrm/2013/03/30/are-seminaries-putting-their-blue-days-behind-them/

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  182. Why Not Separate Marriage and State?
    http://www.nationalreview.com/articles/344258/why-not-separate-marriage-and-state-john-fund

    Both sides operate from the shaky premise that government must be the arbiter of this dispute. Columnist Andrew Sullivan, a crusader for gay marriage, has written that “marriage is a formal, public institution that only the government can grant.” But that’s not so. Marriage predates government. Marriage scholar Lawrence Stone has noted that in the Middle Ages it was “treated as a private contract between two families . . . For those without property, it was a private contract between two individuals enforced by the community sense of what was right.” Indeed, marriage wasn’t even regulated by law in Britain until the Marriage Acts of 1754 and 1835. Common-law unions in early America were long recognized before each state imposed a one-size-fits-all set of marriage laws.

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  183. Grammy Cracker12:15 PM

    Hummus, GF matzah, pickled green beans and tea.


    I’m weird. LOL

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  184. The biographer Plutarch tells an anecdote that, in the fourth century B.C., the Spartan King Archidamus, at the sight of a revolutionary new catapult, cried out, “By Herakles, it is the end of manly virtue.”

    http://www.hoover.org/publications/defining-ideas/article/143451

    Game of Drones, VD Hanson

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  185. Since 2009, however, three unexpected developments have raised a national outcry about the use of drones. First, the politics of UAVs became almost surreal. Barack Obama, who ran in 2008 against the Bush-Cheney anti-terrorism protocols, arguing that they were either without utility or constitutional support, increased the frequency of drone attacks radically when he became president. Indeed, in just four years, he outdid the Bush total of eight years by a factor of six—to over 400 separate missions. Kills were now not just confined to enemy combatants on the battlefield, or even a top twenty cadre from the al Qaeda or Taliban high command, but, by 2013, may have accounted for somewhere between 2,500-3,500 deaths. Strikes blew up suspected enemies from Afghanistan and Pakistan to Yemen, Somalia, and Libya.

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  186. Grammy Cracker12:18 PM

    Exactly! Some of my “conservative” friends are aghast that I should suggest such a “libertarian” thing.


    They’re all for big government when it suits them. It’s not problematic when WE do it.

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  187. sounds good

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  188. Grammy Cracker12:22 PM

    Not only could he not get a job, they’d crucify him again.

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  189. Grammy Cracker12:28 PM

    I’m mildly addicted to these pickled green beans. I’ve even been putting them in tossed salads.


    I think I’ll have to attempt making them this year.

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  190. if he kept sticking his nose into their business!

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