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Monday, March 4, 2013

GOD Bless Willy DeVille

 My sacrifice
 is a broken spirit; 
a broken and contrite heart..
Psalm 51
 

Willy DeVille causes Jack Nitzsche to swoon...

358 comments:

  1. nice pitcha!

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

    all afternoon I hear this in my silly head
    not sure if I hear her singing it

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  3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_c1aAHA-rg

    oh heck thats funny

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  4. Let’s starve! Kids forced to go hungry for hours during Michelle Obama media event

    Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2013/03/04/lets-starve-kids-forced-to-go-hungry-for-hours-during-michelle-obama-media-event/#ixzz2MdRrjlrV

    this is really terrible,

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  5. pbird1:51 AM

    http://tatasz.deviantart.com/art/Patterns-of-Winter-353187125

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  6. pbird2:11 AM

    not fair!

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  7. pbird2:23 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=6fHJBGpJMr8

    what the heck, never heard it...i don't think

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  8. pbird2:26 AM

    there ya go

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  9. pbird2:29 AM

    must be bedtime

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  10. BulgarWheat5:15 AM

    Carl makes a compelling argument.

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  11. BulgarWheat5:16 AM

    naw, it's wakey time now

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  12. BulgarWheat5:43 AM

    melatonin seemed to have worked last night. I work up a couple of times to take care of some "business" but other than that I was able to get right back to sleep. I take two tabs before bed, plug some music into mah head, and kerplunck.

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  13. BulgarWheat5:58 AM

    Everyone wants the Federal Reserve to say how it will unwind the $3 trillion balance sheet amassed from years of quantitative easing.Indeed, this was something of a hot topic in Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's testimony before Congress last week.

    One of the big issues the central bank faces is the inevitable loss it will have to take when interest rates rise and the value of the Fed's bond portfolio declines.

    Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/fed-remittances-to-treasury-to-decline-2013-3#ixzz2Mf5iSqya

    Pardon the stupid ad. It's short.

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  14. Undercover Brother6:14 AM

    drop your cocks and grab your socks you ladies are two drunks behind.

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  15. Undercover Brother6:18 AM

    Papal Edict #1
    The Swiss Guard is hereby replaced by Mohamar Ghadaffi's female Bod Squad.


    The Ho's need the work.
    It seems like the Christian thing to do. Does the Pope need to slap A BITCH?

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  16. Undercover Brother6:28 AM

    So i am caddying for the Dali Lama... he's a big hitter... and i say hey Lama ... how about a little something for the effort.... he says , there will be no money.. but on your death bed you will achieve total consciousness. so i got that going for me ... there's that
    Pope thang too ... which is nice. Thoses spinners are sweet.

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  17. Undercover Brother6:38 AM

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



    So I kicked old green right between the eyes.. I am so verklempt.

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  18. Undercover Brother6:41 AM

    teeth.. immer mit der teeth

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  19. BulgarWheat6:43 AM

    a classic movie, caddyshack. while in the army I had a chance to fashion squirrels out of c4 during some training sessions. The french thought we were nuts. they hadn't seen the movie I guess.

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  20. BulgarWheat6:43 AM

    wilkommem back, boom boom

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  21. BulgarWheat6:45 AM

    gotta run and get some provisions here in a little while. calls start early today and are back to back. better grab stuff while I'm still able to.

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  22. Undercover Brother6:56 AM

    i think the responsible thing to do... once i am sober enough to find my can. is er um to get a tattoo. ..

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  23. Undercover Brother6:58 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePS3_pIMVVo



    For goodness sake......

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  24. Undercover Brother6:59 AM

    again.

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  25. Undercover Brother7:01 AM

    ja wohl ... Ist gut zu hause sein.

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  26. Don't forget the red shoes.

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  27. Undercover Brother7:20 AM

    there's no place like home ...

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  28. True....except when Maggie Hassan raises the price of cigarettes and liquor, then it's time to find another home.

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  29. mawskrat7:29 AM

    Good Mornin Dear Friends

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  30. Undercover Brother7:29 AM

    mein fuhrer ... I can rock.... immer. doch.

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  31. BabbaZee7:31 AM

    Because iAm bad

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  32. must get me some, awake since 2

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  33. BabbaZee7:32 AM

    it works


    It did not work for me when I had the hyper thyroidism but now that that is gone it knocks me out

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  34. BabbaZee7:33 AM

    llollollllo

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  35. Undercover Brother7:35 AM

    file://localhost/Users/ericberglund/Desktop/Song%202.wav


    Boom boom"s ... greatest hits.. for the mens and women's with den hearts of purple .. every dam day.

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  36. Undercover Brother7:38 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dc9Z6DW20iA



    I can't help myself.. I got the Jewbus in me.

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  37. Mullah Kerry Skips Israel, Has ‘Lunch’ With Palestinian Authority Chairman Abbas instead http://patdollard.com/2013/03/mullah-john-kerry-skips-israel-schedules-lunch-with-palestinian-authority-chairman/

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  38. BabbaZee7:45 AM

    SECRETARY KERRY: No, I heard very passionate people who are deeply committed to Egypt and to their version of the democracy that they fought for in their revolution. And I completely understand that. I wanted to hear from them. I explored their strategy and thoughts.

    They’re deeply committed to human rights, to democracy, to freedom of expression, and to a real political process in
    which they feel they have a voice. America supports all of those things. And so listening to them was really important. There was a divergence of views in terms of the adamancy, but they all shared a sense that they needed to be more part of the process, more included, and they recognized the economic challenge, but they believe there’s also a need to fill the promise of democracy. And so do we. We believe that too.

    http://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2013/03/205574.htm

    Muslim Brotherhood’s rule in Egypt: Rape, torture and death

    https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/nownews/muslim-brotherhoods-rule-in-egypt-rape-torture-and-death

    their version of the democracy

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  39. BabbaZee7:47 AM

    it won't load for me

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  40. BabbaZee7:48 AM

    shalom

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  41. Undercover Brother7:48 AM

    Those frog douche bags are softer than a sneaker full of shit. One of them tried to tell me about how we Americans are so Imperious. I told that shit bucket that my grandfather did not seem to have any ambitions other than making it home after going over the top in the Meuse Argonne in 1918.


    Took a bullet through the shoulder as Commander D Company 142 Inf. Regiment. for his troubles.

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  42. BabbaZee7:49 AM

    you have to take it back.... without the French there would be no Bulgar!

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  43. BabbaZee7:51 AM

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130304151904.htm

    Gunmen attacked an Egyptian Coptic church in the eastern Libyan city of Benghazi, assaulting two priests, the official LANA news agency quoted the foreign ministry on Sunday.

    The foreign ministry said it "strongly condemned Thursday's attack on the Egyptian church ... and the aggression towards Father Paul Isaac and his assistant by the irresponsible armed men," LANA reported.

    The statement did not elaborate on the attacks but said an inquiry committee involving the interior, defense and justice ministries had been formed and had "taken the necessary measures to secure the church and its occupants."

    The ministry expressed "deep concern" over the attack, saying it was "contrary to the rules" of Islam and international human rights laws.

    Libya's small Christian community has expressed fears over Islamist extremism as the government struggles to impose its authority.

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  44. Undercover Brother7:51 AM

    mornink of goodness. ..is 420 yet? Da.

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  45. Undercover Brother7:52 AM

    Naturlich.

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  46. BabbaZee8:00 AM

    Skip V. Patel Skip V. Patel • 32 minutes ago
    The Papal Pumps

    oo band name of the day

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJKt-DhII_4

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=opIL3Yt0Un8

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  47. BabbaZee8:06 AM

    awww

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  48. BabbaZee8:08 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I_JqhYZ1j0E

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  49. Willy DeVille Stand by moi

    http://youtu.be/pckiaOt_ZZ0

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  50. BabbaZee8:14 AM

    sorry boom boom

    malo connexion

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htf53UXaT5I

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  51. BabbaZee8:16 AM

    ohhhh Taratata ullullullullu


    Berlin

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htf53UXaT5I

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  52. http://thisainthell.us/blog/?p=34411


    someone found your stuff Bulgar

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  53. BabbaZee8:21 AM

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

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  54. Undercover Brother8:21 AM

    I hate when they find my stuff,

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  55. Undercover Brother8:21 AM

    hey baby they're playing our song...

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

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  56. Undercover Brother8:23 AM

    Shalom. Shalom baby.

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  57. lol seems he found alot of peoples stuff

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  58. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    arrrrrrooooooooooOOOOOOoooo

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  59. Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney
    02/20/2013 - 03/13/2013


    Breathe deep, seek peace, Dinotopia fans, and don’t miss Norman Rockwell Museum’s traveling exhibition Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney exhibited by the New Hampshire Institute of Art. The exhibition will run from Wednesday, Feb. 20 through Wednesday, Mar. 13, 2013.



    http://www.nhia.edu/dinotopia-the-fantastical-art-of-james-gurney-2

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  60. Undercover Brother8:29 AM

    Does the Pope of Plastow need to choke a bitch. Seriously.

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  61. Undercover Brother8:34 AM

    sshhh. i have gone native


    Col. Kurtz. 192nd Cannibals Commanding.

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  62. Seriously...she wants over a dollar a pack increase on cigarettes....and 10% more on liquor

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  63. http://www.thedonovan.com/archives/2013/03/pay_attention_t.html

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  64. BulgarWheat8:39 AM

    you're allowed to wear a single set of foreign jumpwings. pretendian akbhar deluxe. I'd kick this guy in the balls. His "master" jump wings should be down on the chest pocket fold. A special forces flash on a black beret?


    I'd like to see this fool attempt to walk through an airport with the entire salad bar he's wearing. He'd lose count of the asskickings he'd recieve, particularly from returning troops.

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  65. The Department of Homeland Security (through the U.S. Army Forces
    Command) recently retrofitted 2,717 of these ‘Mine Resistant Protected’
    vehicles for service on the streets of the United States."

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  66. Undercover Brother8:42 AM

    Our nazis are better than your nazis.

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  67. doubt it, but heh never know

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  68. Undercover Brother8:45 AM

    Bulgar is an American.

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  69. BabbaZee8:46 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=suyt0jQJH_U

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  70. BulgarWheat8:47 AM

    it did happen, akak. as screwed up as that sounds, it happened.

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  71. BulgarWheat8:48 AM

    did you paint your face up and put on a drive-on rag?

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  72. The MRAP featured in this video is was in Albuquerque, New Mexico for Law Enforcement Day which was held at a local area Target Store. This MRAP is stationed in El Paso, Texas at The Homeland Security Investigations Office. MRAP is a Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicle http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MRAP

    http://youtu.be/0pS9aw5pcJo

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  73. mawskrat8:57 AM

    we all must be model workers for der leader........I'm sick of working on the land
    I wanna work with machines and look handsome

    I have been indulging
    In ostentatious display
    Doing little more than eat
    Three square meals a day

    And I've been shirking my duty
    So I've been sending gifts to curry favour

    But because I love you
    And because you love me
    A model worker
    I'ii willingly be

    I need a holiday, I've not been well
    Take me to the brocade river hotel

    And I just want to know
    While the revolution lasts
    Will it enable me
    To swallow broken glass!

    I'm not too worried by hegemony
    I know the cadre will look after me

    And I just want to know while the revolution lasts
    Will it enable me to swallow broken glass!

    I have been indulging in ostentatious display
    Doing little more than eat three square meals a day

    But because I love you ..
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GMmMNclqZWA&playnext=1&list=PLsvR2BQqByJf1qlZxp1Oes6Ogn9DbfqV_&feature=results_main

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  74. mawskrat9:00 AM

    mo bettah
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dHB_Kc_M2c

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  75. Here..... have one of these

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  76. US forces begged for bomb resistant vehicles but these fucks get masses of them for use on US?

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  77. Yippeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!


    Navistar’s MaxxPro: 1st Place in MRAP Orders


    Navistar subsidiary International Military and Government LLC (IMG) in, Warrenville, IL has won billions of dollars in MRAP program contracts, to produce several variants of its blast-resistant vehicles. The Category I MRUV vehicle’s role is similar to a Hummer’s, albeit with more carrying capacity and much more protection. That has become a staple for IMG’s entry, dubbed the “MaxxPro” by its manufacturer. Their collaboration with an Israeli firm who provides up-armored vehicles for the Marines successfully overcame lukewarm initial interest, but even successful survivors of Aberdeen’s tests where challenged to offer enough protection against the ERP class of land mines that began to appear in Iraq.



    http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/more-mraps-1200-maxxpro-mpvs-from-navistar-03344/

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  78. mawskrat9:09 AM

    a whole concert for yah Babba
    Echo & The Bunnymen - Live Rockpalast
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnBYUshi8qw

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  79. BabbaZee9:15 AM

    ooooooooooooo

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  80. Undercover Brother9:20 AM

    We were just following orders. Alles ist en ordung mein Fuhrer.

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  81. Secretary of State John Kerry Reveals New Details on U.S. Involvement in Syria Conflict in Fox News Interview



    http://foxnewsinsider.com/2013/03/05/transcript-fox-news-james-rosen-sits-down-with-secretary-of-state-john-kerry-for-one-on-one-interview/

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  82. BabbaZee9:23 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9o4l10CtN7g&feature=youtu.be

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  83. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    great one

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  84. Q_Burn9:25 AM

    Bulgar, I got an invite to Linkedin from your work email, is that for real? I don't do LInkedin..

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  85. BulgarWheat9:27 AM

    I was looking around Linkedin last night, but didn't knowingly send out any invites. Not intentionally anyhow.

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  86. BabbaZee9:32 AM

    they stole your whole address book probably and sent ads to everyone

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  87. Like its predecessor the M16, the M4 also has a reputation as an excellent weapon – if you can maintain it. Failure to maintain the weapon meticulously can lead to jams, especially in sandy or dusty environments. Kalashnikovs may not have a reputation for accuracy, or lightness – but they do have a well-earned reputation for being able to take amazing amounts of abuse, without maintenance, and still fire reliably. The Israeli “Galil” applied these lessons in 5.56mm caliber, and earned a similar reputation. Colt’s M16 and M4 have never done so.


    http://www.defenseindustrydaily.com/the-usas-m4-carbine-controversy-03289/#more-3289

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  88. Undercover Brother9:39 AM

    my test for fasciste state organizasios is the Lugar head Protocol.. convert gov agency to Deutcjh... the more NaZIS THE more evil... homeland security...... Der Heimland Sicherdienst.. DHS... ist Rheinhardt Heydrich zu hause?

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  89. pbird9:42 AM

    noch nicht ganz....

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  90. pbird9:43 AM

    yes they did, lol. I'm sure you can back out of it

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  91. BulgarWheat9:43 AM

    Confirmed: Women’s feet can grow during pregnancy


    and men's noses grow right before conception.


    /pinnochio

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  92. BulgarWheat9:44 AM

    great! this is going to be a lot of fun to explain considering what I do for a living.

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  93. ..Al Kherbawy said the Brotherhood presence in any country consists of three units. They included a unit comprised of local residents, a secret Egyptian cell, and what Al Kherbawy termed an international group that reports to superiors in the American city of New York.

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  94. pbird9:49 AM

    Twitter does that too....I joined for about thirty seconds when it was new.

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  95. Yep!

    Dr,Wheatus fucked up!

    (Redacted)


    From "Dr.Bulgar Wheat"

    Master Chef and fine father

    Noneofyourfuckingbusiness Area













    I'd like to add you to my professional network on LinkedIn.

    - Dr.Wheat

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  96. BulgarWheat9:53 AM

    weapons maintenance is the first thing I taught Tater with his S&W M&P. And he strips it down completely, bolt and pins. I have him clean both weapons usually when we come home from the range. It's good practice and he's very comfortable doing it.

    M4's are a lot of work, but when you toss 400 rounds down range, that;s a lot of carbon and needs to be taken care of right away.

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  97. BulgarWheat9:55 AM

    maybe they brought the bed-bugs with them?

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  98. BulgarWheat9:56 AM

    so it seems, so it seems.

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  99. Egypt's Looming Disaster; U.S. Government Supports Islamism There More Than Do Egypt's People


    http://rubinreports.blogspot.com/2013/03/egypts-looming-disaster-us-government.html

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  100. I am 100% CERTAIN that they did!

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  101. Do you know why the Egyptian buses stop at the Eilat border?


    To let the flies off!

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  102. Undercover Brother10:00 AM

    he'd get a straight 11b20 ass whupping from this brother, every damn day.

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  103. Breaking: Obama DHS Soups Up Drone Fleet to Include Domestic Surveillance Capabilities



    Let’s see…

    According to one estimate, since last year the Department of Homeland Security has stockpiled more than 1.6 billion bullets, mainly .40 caliber and 9mm. DHS also reportedly purchased 2,700 Mine Resistant Armor Protected Vehicles (MRAPs) to go with their bullet stockpile.

    Now this…

    DHS has customized its drone fleet to include domestic surveillance capabilities that would help government identify civilians carrying guns and track their cell phones.


    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/03/breaking-dhs-customizes-drone-fleet-to-include-domestic-surveillance-capabilities/

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  104. Undercover Brother10:03 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZDN9y2vTdUs

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  105. Q_Burn10:04 AM

    The email has your job title on it too.

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  106. hm, nuttin reminds me of being a seventeen year old brat like these miscreants...

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  107. BulgarWheat10:05 AM

    would be screwed up if they confused a carpentars tool belt for a weapon and let lose a hellfire missile. it wouldn't surprise me if that did happen. not at all.

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  108. Undercover Brother10:06 AM

    Bulgar... ma niggah... sup?

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  109. think they will help????

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  110. Q_Burn10:12 AM

    Funny thing is, you never communicated with me from that email address before.

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  111. BulgarWheat10:13 AM

    my blood pressure.


    how are you doing, mah green brother?

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  112. BulgarWheat10:14 AM

    I'm stuck on conference calls until about 12:30, but don't have a lot of input for this first call. I'll get pulled away @ 10:30 and will be on point until 12:30

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  113. Undercover Brother10:17 AM

    I'll bring M-16 heat all day. you got to be a serious dud to do otherwise.

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  114. BulgarWheat10:19 AM

    Copyright Alert System lets content providers monitor your traffic, penalize illegal file sharers

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2013/03/05/copyright-alert-system-lets-content-providers-monitor-your-traffic/?intcmp=features#ixzz2Mg9ioCOp

    I'm pretty sure Orwell mentioned something about this...

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  115. Undercover Brother10:20 AM

    Nicht. //////////////////////////////////keiner bisschen

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  116. Undercover Brother10:22 AM

    Wir müssen alles immer bezahlen. Arbeit macht frei.......

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  117. BabbaZee10:28 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nPAdI1XkRNQ

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  118. those darn kids!!!

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  119. Undercover Brother10:29 AM

    It was something about the trousers,

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  120. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    The Egyptian president is considering whether to give the military full control of the restive Suez Canal city of Port Saeed after days of deadly street clashes stoked by excessive use of force by riot police, officials said on Tuesday.

    Police shot into the air and fired tear gas during clashes with hundreds of protesters in Port Saeed on Tuesday, the third day of violent protests in the port city.

    http://gulfnews.com/news/region/egypt/mursi-mulls-egypt-army-takeover-of-restive-city-1.1154377

    SECRETARY KERRY: No, I heard very passionate people who are deeply committed to Egypt and to their version of the democracy that they fought for in their revolution. And I completely understand that. I wanted to hear from them. I explored their strategy and thoughts.

    They’re deeply committed to human rights, to democracy, to freedom of expression, and to a real political process in
    which they feel they have a voice. America supports all of those things. And so listening to them was really important. There was a divergence of views in terms of the adamancy, but they all shared a sense that they needed to be more part of the process, more included, and they recognized the economic challenge, but they believe there’s also a need
    to fill the promise of democracy. And so do we. We believe that too.
    http://www.state.gov/secretary/remarks/2013/03/205574.htm
    a divergence of views in terms of the adamancy, their version of the democracy

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  121. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    One of seven Saudis due to be put to death on Tuesday by crucifixion and firing squad for armed robbery, speaking over a smuggled mobile phone from his prison cell, has appealed for help to stop the executions.

    Nasser al-Qahtani told Associated Press from Abha general prison on Monday that he was arrested as part of 23-member ring that stole from jewellery stores in 2004 and 2005. He said they had been tortured to confess and had no access to lawyers.

    "I killed no one. I didn't have weapons while robbing the store, but the police tortured me, beat me up and threatened to assault my mother to extract confessions that I had a weapon with me while I was only 15," he said. "We don't deserve death."

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/mar/05/saudi-seven-crucifixion-armed-robbery

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  122. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H5dt_8xXgqo

    can't distinguish the woids!!!

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  123. BabbaZee10:36 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H6v-y1gRafM

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  124. sigh....what if there were a smuggled cell phone in any number of prison cells on earth...and no they don't deserve to die

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  125. BabbaZee10:38 AM

    The wealthy Syrian port city of Tartus, a stronghold of the
    Assad regime, is an island of calm in the war-torn country -- for now. Members of Assad's Alawite clan and the Christian minority are bracing themselves for a bloodbath if the city falls to the rebels, and partying while they still can.

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/uneasy-calm-reigns-in-assad-stronghold-of-tartus-a-886827.html

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  126. BabbaZee10:38 AM

    A group of elegant young women are sitting around a small bistro table on the seaside corniche, laughing and clinking their glasses. They're wearing international chic: dresses by Yves Saint Laurent, shoes by Gucci and glasses by Ray-Ban. There are three types of beer available: Mexican Corona, served with a slice of lime wedged in the neck of the bottle, Heineken from the Netherlands and Almaza from Lebanon.

    A pleasant Mediterranean breeze is blowing into the fortress, which once offered refuge to the Crusaders. "Enjoy," says the waiter. It's Saturday evening in the Syrian city of Tartus -- party time.

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  127. Undercover Brother10:39 AM

    Who gives a bloody shite about a bunch of sand Wogs anyhoo?

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  128. BabbaZee10:40 AM

    Arsanios Lahham is one of them. The Greek Orthodox priest includes the government's troops in his prayers during Sunday church services. "If the Sunni rebels capture Tartus, we will all have to fight for our lives," says Lahha who, with his thick beard, sturdy build and black robe, looks like a relic from the days of the Crusades. "We were born here, and we will die here."

    Where else can the Syrian Christians go? Christians are persecuted or the target of discrimination in many countries of the region, like Iraq and Egypt. Lebanon, a small and crowded country, is also deeply divided.

    "Assad was one of the last leaders in the Middle East to practice religious tolerance and offer protection for minorities," says Lahha. "To us, he is a hero." The priest believes that the rebels would wipe out the Christians.

    About 10 percent of all Syrians are Christians, and Lahham's congregation consists of 800 families. There are three Greek Orthodox congregations in Tartus alone, as well as a Maronite and a Protestant church, says Lahham. "So far we have lived in peace here with all denominations and religions."

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  129. "These people want to establish an Islamic theocracy," claims Nawar. "They are supported by the Wahhabis in Saudi Arabia and Qatar." He fears that if the radical Sunnis were to advance on Tartus, Alawites and Christians will suffer a bloodbath. "This is also an attack on religious tolerance in the country," he says.

    yep

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  130. Nine Percent of Yale Students Say They’ve Accepted Money for Sex

    http://www.thecollegefix.com/post/12838
    shit, tick tock

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  131. Another current Yale student, who wished to remain anonymous, called this year’s Sex Weekend “another tasteless exhibitionist parade.”

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  132. http://spitalfieldslife.com/2013/03/03/chris-skaife-master-raven-keeper-at-the-tower-of-london-merlin-the-raven/

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  133. BabbaZee11:07 AM

    you do

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  134. BabbaZee11:09 AM

    From the ritz to the rubble

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

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  135. BabbaZee11:15 AM

    Three percent said they had participated in bestiality, and more than
    half said they had “engaged in consensual pain” during sex.


    and what the fuck business this is of mine I will never know

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  136. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    Ruins.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiAR8h1zjQk

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  137. correctly indeed

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  138. I want back too

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  139. finally sat down and listened to your thread song....ahhh

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  140. he is a lovely man isn't he?

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  141. Add Washington to the list of blue states with grossly underfunded public pension systems. A great new investigative piece in the Seattle Times finds that the state is using fanciful figures to provide teachers and taxpayers with misleading assurances about the safety of the pension system, one of the largest in the nation:
    http://blogs.the-american-interest.com/wrm/2013/03/04/washington-states-pensions-in-crisis-too/

    hahalol oh boy

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  142. Doctors told surrogate mother Crystal Kelley, 29, five months into her pregnancy last year that the baby she was carrying had a series of disabilities.

    When the child's parents told her they wanted to abort the foetus, she fled from Connecticut across the country to Michigan, where under state law she had legal rights as the child's mother.
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/northamerica/usa/9910263/US-surrogate-mother-Crystal-Kelley-flees-after-babys-parents-order-her-to-abort-foetus.html

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  143. Last minute reprieve for Saudi due to be crucified

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/saudiarabia/9910058/Last-minute-reprieve-for-Saudi-due-to-be-crucified.html

    the jewelry thief

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  144. BabbaZee11:53 AM

    yes he was

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  145. BabbaZee11:54 AM

    if they do not find a way out of there they will just kill them later on

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  146. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaVY07-fJI0

    The Duals - "Stick Shift" - '61

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  147. BabbaZee11:59 AM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zVoaKS0Ff1c

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  148. oh he is gone

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  149. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A98dDWouMPk

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  150. BabbaZee12:02 PM

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5bC8iYBlZ7g

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  151. BabbaZee12:02 PM

    pancreatic cancer

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  152. BabbaZee12:03 PM

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

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  153. for somebody I never heard of he sure did a lot! Read up a little

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  154. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OOcY2S-zoII

    always like Spanish Harlem by anybody

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  155. On a warm summer evening two Israeli commandos emerged from the sea below a villa belonging to the Syrian ruling family. Within minutes the party atmosphere at the heavily guarded compound was broken as their most important guest fell dead at the table. There was no noise save for the sound of broken glass.................and the Israelis disappeared into the sea.

    http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2010/dec/20/wikileaks-cables-syria-sniper-killing

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  156. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fm-euFpRLMg

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  157. BulgarWheat12:20 PM

    talk about the impending rude awakening

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  158. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IodGZAx7FRs

    Funkadelic - I'll stay (1974) - w. lyrics

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  159. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=O9rX4bAco_4

    The Quarrymen (The Beatles) - 1958 - "In Spite of All the Danger"

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  160. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xiqmEibSY0I

    Free Your Mind And Your Ass Will Follow - Funkadelic

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  161. open up your funky mind and you can fly....

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  162. not sure i can do the whole ten minutes!!!

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  163. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=20ZUtYEGU8g

    Darker Than Blue

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  164. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2EQlKntLH2oHerbie Hancock - Spider

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  165. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_88RpCyKLkg

    heh

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  166. pbird2:02 PM

    perfect for me....

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  167. In highlights from a 2008 interview, the Oscar-winner talks with Terry Gross about reading The Autobiography of Malcolm X, which he calls "one of the greatest books I've ever read," and his love for the songs from The Wizard of Oz. He even sings a bar or two of "Follow the Yellow Brick Road."

    Listen here: http://www.npr.org/2013/03/01/173228434/denzel-washington-remembers-malcom-x-and-the-wizard-of-oz


    You can also download it to listen on your hoopletwankle later! (It's a very nice interview)

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  168. BabbaZee3:17 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iZExWt-bj-k&feature=youtu.be

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  169. BulgarWheat3:29 PM

    UN: State laws legalizing pot violate international treaties...


    The UN can kiss my hairy white ass.

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  170. BulgarWheat3:44 PM

    they confirmed brennan
    not good

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  171. BabbaZee5:04 PM

    Chavez Muerte?
    iDunno
    neither do they it seems


    maybe

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  172. BulgarWheat6:34 PM

    yep, he's tango down

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  173. BulgarWheat6:36 PM

    HOLDER: Drone strike on US soil legal...


    yikes

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  174. BulgarWheat7:05 PM

    Dem state senator to rape victim: Having a gun on you probably wouldn’t have stopped him, you know

    It's amazing to me that our elected officials don't even have enough sense to pour piss out of their boots, or pumps in this case. Me and my family don't have a security detail. We ARE our security detail..

    http://hotair.com/archives/2013/03/05/dem-state-senator-to-rape-victim-having-a-gun-on-you-probably-wouldnt-have-stopped-him-you-know/

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  175. BulgarWheat7:32 PM

    that's a fact

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  176. BulgarWheat7:47 PM

    I doubled up on the melatonin last night and slept from about 9:30 to a little after 5 this morning. I haven't slept that long in ages, maybe years. I'm going to do the same thing tonight. I still had to wake up a couple of times during the night to relieve myself, but that's always better than trying to replace a memory foam mattress and I still get to retain some dignity which is cool too. The thought that I actually might be able to sleep like an actual human being is very exciting to me. Very exciting!

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  177. pbird7:58 PM

    that works huh? very cool...

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  178. pbird7:59 PM

    oh that was pretty scandalous way back...

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  179. BulgarWheat8:10 PM

    it did last night. before I would just take a single melatonin. Took two last night. That's nearly 8 hours of sleep, not including visits to the bathroom,...but solving one problem at a time is all that I'm concerned with at the moment. I want to see how it goes tonight. I'm going to stay up until 9 or so, brush my teeth, wash my face and go listen to some tunes for a while. If I sleep anywhere near 5 tomorrow, I might be onto something.


    This is a big deal for me. I haven't had a good nights rest (excluding last night) in maybe a decade.

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  180. pbird8:11 PM

    I hear you well. My nights are nuts.

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  181. BulgarWheat8:12 PM

    it's cheap and effective. the wise leper turned me onto this stuff. It's natural, over the counter, and relatively cheap. Meets all my criteria, and I don't have those creepy butterfly's glowing in my bedroom either.

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  182. pbird8:13 PM

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

    awwww

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  183. pbird8:14 PM

    lordy yes

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  184. BulgarWheat8:20 PM

    Every year hundreds of thousands of Americans use firearms to defend themselves from attackers of one kind or another. Despite the state’s reputation as a frontier state, Colorado’s Democrats are hell-bent on disarming law-abiding citizens and, in particular, women, from being able to defend themselves with a firearm. The latest is state Sen. Evie Hudak who,
    at a hearing on banning concealed carry on college campuses, told rape survivor Amanda Collins that having a gun would not have done her any good. Collins had just shared her story of survival. Democrat Hudak berated her in response.

    I just want to say, statistics are not on your side, even
    if you had had a gun. You said that you were a martial arts student, I mean person, experience in taekwondo, and yet because this individual was so large and was able to overcome you even with your skills, and chances are that if you had had a gun, then he would have been able to get than from you and possibly use it against you …

    Or she could have shot him, or cornered him and called 911 to get the police to come pick him up. A pistol can be a great equalizer in the face of a threat.

    No! They may not have our firearms! Argument over. Molon Labe!

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  185. BulgarWheat8:35 PM

    I take no joy in the passing of hugo chavez. he's got a lot of blood on his hand's and a ton of money in various accounts around the world that he never earned. he looted the oil profits for his own gain, but I'm not in the judgement business. that's someone elses job. he's gone and I'll leave it at that.

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

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  186. BulgarWheat8:44 PM

    hugo's got his sit-down, and I"m going to have mine. he's gone. and that's just the way it is.

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  187. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6p7FqSav6Ho&feature=player_embedded

    APT1: Exposing One of China's Cyber Espionage Units

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  188. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MO5pEpqh89E

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  189. the melatonin has landed


    double shot power

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  190. wait a darn second, is Babba getting a kickback on this melatonin thingy?

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  191. i think its Skippie getting kickbacks

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