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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Romantic Attitude

May he give you the desire of your heart 
and make all your plans succeed.
Psalm 20


182 comments:

  1. buzzsawmonkey9:18 AM

    Lots and lots 'a' matzah
    We got lots and lots 'a' matzah...

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  2. BabbaZee9:19 AM

    ooo the bread of affliction!

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  3. BabbaZee9:20 AM

    I like the Omer counting for some reason

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  4. pbird9:23 AM

    show goodmorning already, eh?

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  5. buzzsawmonkey9:23 AM

    Not to be confused with "When 'Omer smote 'is bloomin' lyre."

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  6. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    you must be in the right place.

    http://www.poetryloverspage.com/poets/kipling/when_omer_smote.html

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  7. pbird9:25 AM

    Ayiiiii he's Back!

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  8. NYC: Guilty Plea Unsealed in Terror Support Case

    March 28, 2013

    via FBI — Guilty Plea Unsealed in New York Involving Ahmed Warsame, a Senior Terrorist Leader and Liaison Between al Shabaab and al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula, for Providing Material Support to Both Terrorist Organizations.

    http://creepingsharia.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/nyc-guilty-plea-unsealed-in-terror-support-case/#comment-119159


    Austerity? Sequester?

    Can we really afford to play the world’s sheriff? Who authorised this? Did Congress authorise the US military to fight endless wars in Africa?

    We’ve got native-born US citizens sleeping in cars and under bridges… and we are pouring taxpayer’s dollars into the world’s sewers.

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  9. Why was he imported to the United States? Had he been fighting Gaddafi, Mubarak or Assad, he’d not only be free he’d be receiving U.S. taxpayer money, CIA weapons and training.

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  10. buzzsawmonkey9:28 AM

    Two fun facts from the Haggadah:


    1) The word for the shank bone on the Seder plate is "zeroah." The term for the "outstretched arm," as in, "God took us out of Egypt with a mighty hand and an outstretched arm," is also "zeroah."


    2) The Haggadah says "and we cried out" to God in our affliction. The word is "v'nitzak." When the "great cry" goes up from Egypt after the slaying of the firstborn, it is the same word. The cry of the Egyptians matches the outcry of the enslaved Israelites.

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  11. Psssst! Wanna buy some laxatives? 5 bucks each!

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  12. BabbaZee9:30 AM

    hmmmm #2 very interesting to me

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  13. Did you know that the Hebrew (and Yiddish) term for "Snitch" is "Shtinker"????


    Train to be a Community Shtinker for FEMA!


    This guide offers recommendations for local outreach campaigns, explains how to effectively develop and disseminate messages in order to help the public better understand their role in reporting suspicious activity, and helps law enforcement agencies and community partners to understand, navigate, and use the many resources available to help build and sustain local efforts. New technologies, resources, and innovative practices highlighted within this document can be used to improve the education, communication, and trust amongst communities and law enforcement agencies who serve them. With the proper tools and knowledge, individuals and entire communities will help law enforcement agencies identify, investigate, and prevent crime and terrorism.


    http://publicintelligence.net/fema-improving-sar-guide/

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  14. BabbaZee9:33 AM

    The Lord will make himself known to the Egyptians, and the Egyptians will know the Lord in that day and worship with sacrifice and offering
    - Isaiah 19

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  15. BabbaZee9:34 AM

    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=isaiah%2019&version=NIV

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  16. BabbaZee9:35 AM

    Train to be a Community Shtinker for FEMA!?!



    OY!

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  17. U.S. Spent $3.7 Million on Ex-Presidents in 2012; George W. Bush the Most Costly






    At a time when federal agencies are being forced to make substantial budget cuts, it’s worth pointing out that the federal government spent $3.7 million last year on four living ex-presidents.



    Under the Former Presidents Act—passed in 1958 to assist financially strapped ex-President Harry Truman—onetime commanders-in-chief receive an annual pension equal to a cabinet secretary’s salary ($200,000), plus $96,000 a year for office staff. The government also pays for benefits, travel, office space and postage.



    Among the former presidents receiving this largess, George W. Bush was given the most assistance: $1.3 million. The expenditures included $395,000 for 8,000 square feet of office space in Dallas, $85,000 in telephone costs, and $60,000 for travel.



    Bill Clinton came in second at just under $1 million, followed by George H.W. Bush at $842,000, and Jimmy Carter at about $518,000. Nancy Reagan, widow of Ronald Reagan, also received $14,000 for postage.



    The $3.7 million spent on ex-presidents does not include Secret Service protection, which is covered under a separate budget not disclosed to the public.



    Considering that former presidents reap enormous fees from book contracts and speaking engagements, Congressman Jason Chaffetz (R-Utah) introduced a bill last year to limit the government payments, but it won no support.



    The average president lives for another 13 years after leaving office, although Gerald Ford lasted for almost 30 years and Herbert Hoover for almost 31.


    http://www.allgov.com/news/where-is-the-money-going/us-spent-37-million-dollars-on-ex-presidents-in-2012-george-w-bush-the-most-costly-130328?news=849569

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  18. pbird9:36 AM

    my maiden name means slinker literally, or smuggler or spy i hear....oh boy...

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  19. BabbaZee9:37 AM

    my last name means "To Doubt"

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  20. pbird9:38 AM

    lol! quite a crew ya got here

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  21. BabbaZee9:40 AM

    If you are such a great Rabbi... why do you hang around with whores drunks brawlers and degenerates?

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  22. Russian Blini with Savory & Sweet Toppings


    It's the last week of March, so it's time for another Russian Recipes Revisited post.

    Whenever I go to visit my family in Seattle, my mom always makes blini for a late weekend breakfast. They are basically crepes that you can fill with either savory or sweet fillings. My mom is an expert at making blini and can probably make them with her eyes closed. They are incredible thin and perfectly round and take up an entire large dinner plate.

    http://www.mangotomato.com/2013/03/russian-blini-with-savory-sweet.html

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  23. BabbaZee9:42 AM

    makes me weep all of this is so fucking disgusting

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  24. buzzsawmonkey9:43 AM

    Interestingly, while horseradish has become a traditional "bitter herb" at Seders, it's not really a legitimate one. The Talmud describes the characteristics of "bitter herbs" (as it does most things ritual), and the "bitter herbs" are actually supposed to be leafy things. Romaine lettuce, which apparently used to be more bitter than the stuff we get now, is a legit "bitter herb," and so is arugula or parsley. Horseradish apparently became customary in Europe because the climate was not conducive to the leafy bitter herbs being available.


    Parsley has become routinely used for the "karpas" part of the Seder, but a lot of people use pieces of boiled potato, which is also "borei pri adamah," something for which the "earth" blessing is appropriate. Of course, there were no potatoes in the Old World prior to about 1500 or so. We used a beauty-heart, or watermelon, radish, which is quite tasty.

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  25. BabbaZee9:44 AM

    We had no potaoes?



    this I did not know!

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  26. BabbaZee9:44 AM

    ohhh mmmmmmmmmmmm

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  27. pbird9:44 AM

    taters come from south 'merica...

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  28. Do we have to read the whole thing? I'm hungry!

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  29. buzzsawmonkey9:46 AM

    Potatoes, tomatoes (both from the nightshade family) and chocolate---along with maize, and now quinoa, the great contributions of the New World to world cuisine.

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  30. BabbaZee9:46 AM

    I had no idea.

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

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  31. BabbaZee9:47 AM

    llollollllllollllollol

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  32. BabbaZee9:49 AM

    miss him yet?

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  33. REALLY Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!

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  34. buzzsawmonkey9:51 AM

    In the never-ending competition of "I'm more kosher than you are, nyah nyah," many observant households do not use a shankbone on their Seder plate, but substitute a chicken wing or a beet---the beet, supposedly, because it "bleeds," like meat, and the chicken wing because it, too, is an "arm."


    This is supposedly so that there should be no question that you're not doing a Passover sacrifice, which you're not supposed to do since there is no Temple. Frankly, I'd bet that people did Passover sacrifices at home in Syracuse or Alexandria or Athens when the Temple was still standing---but of course we've had 2000 years of people not doing Passover sacrifices to mourn the loss of the Temple.


    I suspect that the use of a shankbone was an early version of those "Christmas in a can" aerosols which are supposed to give the house a "holiday aroma"; roast up a shankbone and put it on the Seder plate, and you've perfumed your hovel with the rich aroma of roast lamb, which is a lovely smell. It simultaneously enlivens the atmosphere and---like the "Hillel sandwich," which has the matzah and bitter herbs but NOT the nice tasty slice of roast lamb---it reminds you of the ABSENCE of the sacrifice, and the loss of the Temple.

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  35. BabbaZee9:52 AM

    Perfumed Hovel


    Band name of the day

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  36. buzzsawmonkey9:53 AM

    I've often thought it would be an interesting thing to conduct a Seder which had absolutely nothing made of potatoes or potato starch, nor anything else from the New World, to experience what a Seder would have been like before 1500.

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  37. BabbaZee9:56 AM

    hmm before 1500 and for a long time after we would probably be hiding in a basement somewhere doing this by a candle so in order to do it right you need to add the threat of annihilation and no electricity


    ahah

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  38. BabbaZee9:57 AM

    yes really really mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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  39. pbird9:57 AM

    North Korea is a bizarre country. Ruled by a 26-year-old dictator, technically still at war with its southern neighbor, and responsible in a weird '90s throwback way for the renewed relevance of Dennis Rodman, this hermit kingdom was never going to be normal. Taking that level of strange as a given, somehow the latest news out of Pyongyang still manages to surprise. To fund the broke and economically isolated state, North Korea reportedly ordered its diplomats to sell drugs.

    http://www.popsci.com/technology/article/2013-03/breaking-juche-north-koreas-underworld-diplomats

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  40. BabbaZee9:59 AM

    me neither.

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  41. pbird9:59 AM

    I'm pondering the menu, chickens, turnips, something with barley and mushrooms, wrong time of year for fruit, wild herbs....etc, homemade matzahs

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  42. Report: Israel Set Up Field Hospital to Treat Syria Wounded (Where is the f*cking "Red Crescent"? )



    Israel set up a field hospital on the Golan Heights last month in order to treat injured Syrians, Agence France Presse reported Thursday.

    According to the report, 11 Syrian fighters have been treated in Israel in the past month, eight of those were repatriated and three have remained in the country for further treatment.

    Two Syrian nationals were let into Israel on Wednesday, one of whom died later in the day. The two men were part of a larger group of Syrian fighters who approached the border with Israel. The other men were treated at the border by an IDF medical team and sent back into Syria.


    http://www.algemeiner.com/2013/03/28/report-israel-set-up-field-hospital-to-treat-syria-wounded/

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  43. buzzsawmonkey10:01 AM

    Some years ago I was Boss Sukkah Builder for my then-synagogue, and I decided to light the whole thing with candles; bought a bunch of nice, but super-cheap, glass-enclosed candle lanterns at IKEA.


    I thought it would be cool to have a sukkah lit the way they were traditionally instead of running a bunch of extension cords out to clip-lights.


    Practically everybody complained. I liked it.

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  44. potatoes and tomatoes were both considered poison and or pretty racy for a long time after known about

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  45. buzzsawmonkey10:02 AM

    No barley, pbird---that's chometz. Turnips and parsnips, beets and mangel wurzels.

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  46. oh....i was just thinking of the time of year! oops

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  47. BabbaZee10:04 AM

    I was just about to post that!

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  48. BabbaZee10:04 AM

    well of course they complained! ahaha but I would have liked it too.

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  49. buzzsawmonkey10:06 AM

    Thinking about how people lived in the days before electricity, or even gaslight, you realize that having two candles for Shabbos every week, prolonging the day into the evening with more light than usual, was itself a huge luxury for most people.

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  50. I don't have a linky but heard on the radio that a majority of "Palestinians" would prefer to remain in Israel and don't want a Pali state at all and if one is created intend to move to Israel proper. Its like thirty percent of the whackjobs who even want a Pali state.

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  51. I do think about it.

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  52. BabbaZee10:10 AM

    and 20% of those are heads of world governments

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  53. buzzsawmonkey10:10 AM

    I still say that Israel should unilaterally recognize Jordan as the sole legitimate "Palestinian Arab State," and announce that it recognizes the "Palestinian right of return"---to Jordan.


    Then announce that it will be willing to facilitate the "Palestinians" in their transfer by paying a per capita relocation bonus.


    The bonus will diminish by a set percentage at stated intervals, until it dwindles to nothing---at which time the "Palestinian" areas of the West Bank will be cropdusted with pig fat.

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  54. BabbaZee10:11 AM

    yes it was

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  55. Turin Shroud 'is not a medieval forgery'
    The Turin Shroud is not a medieval forgery, as has long been claimed, but could in fact date from the time of Christ's death, a new book claims.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/italy/9958678/Turin-Shroud-is-not-a-medieval-forgery.html

    here we go again, round 247

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  56. probably

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  57. BabbaZee10:12 AM

    They should see The Shroud of Billerica!

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  58. lol! I wanna see it

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  59. Some Israeli sunshine for breakfast?

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  60. Well...most of the West Bank Paleos are secular... and a great many eat pork.

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  61. the figger on the shroud of Tourin' looks medieval as heck to me. On a related subject the Jesus in the tv show looks like a youth pastor from some whitebread church and sounds like one too. Bah. I am not watching the series but do see ads. Even my weird niece thinks the real one would have been fiercer.

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  62. adorable brekky for anorexic girl!

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  63. buzzsawmonkey10:16 AM

    Are the people convinced of the Shroud's authenticity devotees of Marks-on-Linenism?

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  64. BabbaZee10:16 AM

    the church loves pagan trinkets

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  65. the quote I heard from one said basically, come on get real....live with those guys in charge???

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  66. spose so!

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  67. However... The Sepharadim are allowed "garanim" (Sunflower, Pumpkin seeds etc.) but the Ashenazim are not.

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  68. BabbaZee10:19 AM

    lloolllloolllollll!

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  69. For the first time, an app has been created to enable people to explore the holy relic in detail on their smart phones and tablets.


    free download Babba!

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  70. BabbaZee10:21 AM

    what if you are both?

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  71. BabbaZee10:21 AM

    ayyy eeeee! wait let me find me smark phone it must be here somewhere among my many hooples

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  72. take half a serving!

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  73. AUGUSTA, GA (WFXG) -

    Law enforcement officials pushed back hundreds of people who were crowding around a large pile of merchandise outside an Augusta grocery store Tuesday afternoon.

    But the goods sitting in the parking lot of the Laney Supermarket didn't make into anyone's hands.

    Instead, the food people hoped to take home was tossed into the trash.

    "People have children out here that are hungry, thirsty, could be anything. Why throw it away when you could be issuing it out?" asked Robertstine Lambert.

    The Marshal of Richmond County, Steve Smith, says the food wasn't theirs to give away, so they had to trash it.

    http://www.wistv.com/Global/story.asp?S=21802556

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  74. BabbaZee10:26 AM

    so fucking disgusting

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  75. Once she had the idea, McHale got some dolls from a friend and bought the rest at second-hand stores.

    "(The friend) is the one who put the noose in the tree and came up with the idea of putting shackles on the baby, even though he won't admit it," McHale said.

    "It's nothing negative," Kennedy said. "Just like a little creativity, like demons in your mind. Just trying to express yourself, basically."

    Spartanburg County Environmental Enforcement has not gotten any complaints about the dolls, and they say the decorations do not break any county ordinances or laws.

    Two neighbors told WYFF-TV they want the dolls taken down, and they said all their fellow neighbors feel the same way. One neighbor called it an "abomination."
    http://www.wistv.com/story/21808755/bizarrely-abused-dolls-adorn-couples-home

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  76. BabbaZee10:30 AM

    “When we were offered the space on the billboard, we were perplexed about what to do with it,” said Josh Ocean, 27, the band’s lead singer. “Since we started we’ve given away all our music for free, so just telling people to purchase our music somewhere didn’t seem natural for us. So we said, ‘What if we take advantage of this and open up a discussion about the new music industry?’ ”



    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/03/27/arts/music/ghost-beach-band-debates-piracy-on-times-square-billboard.html?_r=0&adxnnl=1&adxnnlx=1364480856-skObOtZTPeVmchv4W0DbdQ

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  77. buzzsawmonkey10:31 AM

    They should apply for an NEA grant.

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  78. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    good way to keep solicitors and Jehovah's witnesses at bay

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  79. buzzsawmonkey10:35 AM

    There's a short story from the early '60s called "Bread Upon the Waters," in which a farmer whose family was saved by relief during the Depression shows up at the local welfare office with a huge truck full of food he wants to donate---and none of the bureaucrats knows what to do with it.


    Great story, but I cannot remember the author's name.

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  80. buzzsawmonkey10:41 AM

    Am reading George Orwell's "The Road to Wigan Pier" at the moment. Interesting for two reasons: it gives you an idea of the poverty and squalor that was considered routine in the "developed world" not so very long ago, and it makes you realize how much of a tortured and conflicted person Orwell himself was.

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  81. BabbaZee10:42 AM

    "at the casting away of sin"

    Klezmatics

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=60hkfQHkMkE

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  82. BabbaZee10:44 AM

    http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks02/0200391.txt

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  83. that starts with a bang alright...

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  84. BabbaZee10:48 AM

    "Tramps, beggars, criminals, and social outcasts generally are very
    exceptional beings"

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  85. buzzsawmonkey10:50 AM

    Wait until the second half of the book, where he starts discussing class differences and his own personal history.


    Poor George desperately wanted to believe in Socialism with all the cool kids, and was very concerned with oppression, which led him towards the whole Socialist thing. But he was revolted by the crackpottiness of Socialism and the way it was sabotaging itself.


    He ends up dealing with all sorts of nannyism like Michelle Obama's busybodyness with food, and his own ingrained dislike of the "smelly" working classes, and shows, inadvertently, a certain homosexual proclivity in himself which he clearly struggled against his entire life.

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  86. BabbaZee10:55 AM

    well in theory, before all the dead bodies started to pile up, socialism made sense especially to Jews, blacks and various other people who were sensitive and intelligent by nature. It is not hard to understand why so many became involved with it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1UUgAmNMw0

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  87. yes it did seem like the solution to many people, from what i read anyhow.

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  88. buzzsawmonkey10:58 AM

    The dead bodies started to pile up from the moment Lenin staged his revolution; the brutal suppression of the Kronstadt rebellion, even before Stalin's systematic starving of the Ukrainian peasantry (which was known, at least by some, by the time Orwell was doing Wigan Pier), had resulted in the deaths of millions.

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  89. buzzsawmonkey10:59 AM

    By the way, lots of Leftist Jews would have joined the National Socialist Party of Hitler, had they not been excluded for being Jews.

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  90. BabbaZee10:59 AM

    seems to me it took an awfully long time for people to understand this

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  91. apparently i've gone through the looking glass....its easier for me to read a book on this screen than to fiddle with a real one...yikes
    i say that as a person who owns a freight car of book yanno

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  92. amazing in hindsight

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  93. takes a long time to pry the tight fingers off their hopes

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  94. buzzsawmonkey11:06 AM

    Read Dos Passos' recollections of his visit to Russia in the late '20s/early '30s in his book "The Best Times." Very interesting.


    Orwell, of course, started turning against the Stalinists when he had to flee for his life after serving with the Loyalist army in Spain.


    Dos Passos broke with Hemingway after Hemingway defended the political murder of a Spanish friend of Dos Passos during the Spanish War; Dos Passos had begun as a sort of Leftist in college, but by WWII had taken a turn toward conservatism and American patriotism.

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  95. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    fleeing for your life clears the mind yes

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  96. its just my vision that is dim...

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  97. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    mine too and my hands hurt all the time so it is hard to hold the book but still I prefer a book

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  98. hey a line of clothes called Dress Rehearsal Rags! ooo

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  99. buzzsawmonkey11:21 AM

    There's no hot water, and the cold is running thin---
    Well, what do you expect from the kind of places you've been living in?
    Don't drink from that cup---it's all caked and cracked along the rim;
    That's not the electric light, my friend---that is your vision that is dim...
    Cover up your face with soap---there, now you're Santa Claus
    And you've got an "A" for anyone who will give you their applause
    I thought you were a racing man---ah, but you couldn't take the pace
    That's a funeral in the mirror, and it's stopping at your face
    That's right---it's come to this
    It's come to this
    And wasn't it a long way down?
    Wasn't it a strange way down?


    ---Leonard Cohen, "Dress Rehearsal Rag"

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  100. buzzsawmonkey11:27 AM

    That, and "Ready for the River" are two of the best suicide songs ever.


    "Ready for the River" is a little more upbeat, though. The chorus:


    I'm ready for the river, the shivery river,
    The river that flows down to the sea
    Want to drown my troubles, and leave just a bubble
    To indicate what used to be me
    Made my will, wrote some notes
    Gonna keep a-walkin' 'til my straw hat floats
    I'm ready for the river, the shivery river,
    So get the river ready for me...

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  101. wow, never heard that one

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  102. buzzsawmonkey11:32 AM

    It's from around 1932 or so.

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  103. buzzsawmonkey11:34 AM

    No, late '20s:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vu2ga_yJUgs

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  104. buzzsawmonkey11:37 AM

    The Coon-Sanders Nighthawks do a good version too:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RqY4VpuZbrM

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  105. doesn't sound too serious!

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  106. A fishmonger in the south of China was gutting a squid for a customer when his knife hit an eight-inch live bomb.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/china/9952089/Live-bomb-found-in-squid.html

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  107. I'm sorry your hands hurt. Mine just started doing that and it is cramping my style for sure.

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  108. BabbaZee12:52 PM

    terrible. I can't even write for very long never mind draw anymore

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  109. BabbaZee12:55 PM

    In 2007, the remains of a 19th century timer bomb was found inside a bowhead
    whale.

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  110. pbird1:03 PM

    no kidding

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  111. pbird1:04 PM

    well he has just published the fifth of his series on Amazon and is doing the final check on the text so he will be squatting in my chair here for hours....sigh..

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  112. pbird1:16 PM

    he is getting a little action...hope he gets a lot more

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  113. BabbaZee1:19 PM

    amen antec shalom

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  114. pbird1:20 PM

    Thousands of armed vigilantes takeover Mexican town, arrest police and shoot at tourists after 'commander' is killed and dumped in the street

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2300381/Vigilantes-seize-town-Mexico-shoot-tourists-commander-killed.html#ixzz2Or8Cgy6e
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    ok, i stalk a bit from phone

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  115. pbird1:20 PM

    thanks!

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  116. BabbaZee1:36 PM

    They don;t need no stinkin badges!

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  117. BabbaZee1:38 PM

    One of the masked vigilantes said: 'They kill, extort, rape. You do know if they are drugs dealers, thugs, who want to grab everything.

    'We want to return peace and tranquility to the entire population. Only the people can restore order.'

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  118. Bless those guys~!


    And may G-d Bless La Republica de Mexico!

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  119. Great Richard Thompson tracks on now

    http://freedom.wavestreamer.com:6966/

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  120. Pboid

    http://www.folkradio.co.uk/

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  121. BabbaZee2:26 PM

    http://uk2-pn.mixstream.net:8328

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  122. BabbaZee2:37 PM

    http://jonrappoport.wordpress.com/2013/03/28/top-10-excuses-for-obama-signing-the-monsanto-protection-act/

    Top 10 excuses for Obama signing the Monsanto Protection Act

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  123. pbird2:38 PM

    Thanks!

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  124. pbird2:52 PM

    I have been sitting here staring into the middle distance thinking about the word remnant as used in the English Bible. I decided it's not the part left over like scraps..it's the part you want after you get rid of the fluff. Huh.

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  125. BulgarWheat3:22 PM

    only a matter of time before we all face that existence.

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  126. that just sounds gay

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  127. buzzsawmonkey3:40 PM

    Remnant van Rind? Wasn't he some cheesy Dutch painter?

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  128. BabbaZee3:51 PM

    lollololllollllo

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  129. BabbaZee3:51 PM

    that should make it popular!

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  130. BabbaZee3:52 PM

    Cloud Warriors: U.S. Army Intelligence to Arm Field Ops with Hardened Network and Smartphones

    http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=us-army-intelligence-cloud-smartphone&WT.mc_id=SA_DD_20130328

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  131. pbird3:54 PM

    I think so

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  132. pbird4:45 PM

    Luftsoldaten

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  133. Red Alert: “Police Disarming Citizens BY FORCE in Connecticut NOW!


    Wednesday, March 27, 2013 15:10



    Subject: Red Alert: "POLICE Disarming Citizens BY FORCE in Connecticut NOW! - Tea Party Command Center



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vjxu4I2jxXg&feature=youtu.be


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

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  134. Hmmmm!

    Ask FOX NEWS:

    So the EU has seized funds of citizens and the Euro is about to collapse and the Dow goes up and gold and silver down? Hmmmm?

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  135. Because the DOW has nothing to do with the real "Economy"... just the opposite..the more Post America sinks.... the better the DOW is!

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  136. Q_Burn5:09 PM

    One of those weeks.. had to steal my own car. I had a beef yesterday with the Volvo repair place I've used for years. They are under new management and getting very greedy and shady all the sudden. They gave me an inflated estimate for a repair and I declined to have the work done. Then they said they wouldn't give me my car without me paying a $110 "diagnostic fee"! That's not even legal! So I just retrieved it in the dead of night last night with my spare key. So far I haven't heard from them.. LOL!

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  137. Q_Burn5:25 PM

    And the human toll is incalculable..

    http://www.statesman.com/blogs/content/shared-gen/blogs/austin/investigative/entries/2013/03/28/study_war_costs_could_reach_6.html/

    A new Harvard Kennedy School study concludes that the total price tag of the Iraq and Afghanistan wars, including long term medical and disability benefit costs, will reach between $4 and $6 trillion once all is said and done. Such a bill would be higher than the federal government’s entire budget in 2012.

    Study author Linda Bilmes, a senior lecturer at the school and former CFO of the U.S. Department of Commerce, writes that the U.S. has already spent nearly $2 trillion on direct war costs: moving troops in and out of theater, reconstruction efforts, equipment and combat pay.

    “However, this represents only a fraction of the total war costs,” Bilmes wrote. “The single largest accrued liability of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan is the cost of providing medical care and disability benefits to war veterans.”

    Such costs won’t be fully apparent for decades. Bilmes notes that the peak year for disability compensation for World War I veterans was 1969; peak payouts for World War II veterans didn’t come until the 1980s. Meanwhile, more than half of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans are already accessing VA medical care or receiving disability benefits (not counting the the hundreds of thousands whose claims are being held up by the monstrous VA backlog ). Such a rate far outpaces those of previous wars. Much of the present cost is associated with treating psychological and traumatic brain injuries.

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  138. These videos show the difference between Naval Aviation and any other kind. The links below are two outstanding videos about F-18 carrier flight operations aboard the USS Nimitz during weather that causes a severely pitching deck ( 30 feet up and down plus side to side ), which you can see in the videos. It's more dangerous than most combat missions and the tension in the pilots and crew is very apparent. Great videos.











    Part One: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=4gGMI8d3vLs






    Part Two: http://www.youtube.com/watch_popup?v=S0yj70QbBzg

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  139. Dr. Wheat refers to them as "The Expendables"... as long as Haliburton, Boeing and Northrop are well paid... then lives do not matter.

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  140. Guest Editorial: Obama’s America Supports Savages……


    Obama’s America Supports Savages…… and Seeks to Annihilate the Original Christians in the Middle East and North Africa



    Socialism Is Not An Option


    Real Talk Radio


    http://socialismisnotanoption.com/?p=2822

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  141. BabbaZee5:40 PM

    Holy crap! AHAHAH! OY!



    i must do wimmens work now be back later

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  142. BabbaZee5:57 PM

    oh my my!

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  143. FBI Pursuing Real-Time Gmail Spying Powers as “Top Priority” for 2013


    Despite the pervasiveness of law enforcement surveillance of digital
    communication, the FBI still has a difficult time monitoring Gmail,
    Google Voice, and Dropbox in real time. But that may change soon,
    because the bureau says it has made gaining more powers to wiretap all
    forms of Internet conversation and cloud storage a “top priority” this
    year.

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  144. lowjack this


    nice

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  145. “Here’s the Pesach connection,” says Segerman: “Bread is matza, just all
    puffed up. Rodriguez is the matza — basic, all humility.”

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  146. BabbaZee8:39 PM

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/in-the-second-coming-of-rodriguez-a-passover-parable/

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  147. BabbaZee8:40 PM

    http://youtu.be/RF79m9eAg5k

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  148. BabbaZee8:42 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0VI7TLLV3o

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  149. BabbaZee8:51 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d4ED-VOxwYs

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  150. BabbaZee8:59 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7OOgIU1QWMs

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  151. ooo Nimitz lives here and now I get to see it up close@!

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  152. i love jets neat machines

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  153. wooo two hours...

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  154. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FemksGcaJM8

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  155. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrKdspxlHs0

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  156. its nonsense but sounds so good, lol

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  157. pbird1:16 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xR_s4y0RDwk

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  158. pbird1:19 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7upKCWxMQU

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  159. pbird1:35 AM

    So it now turns out that Jeffrey Hillman, the barefoot beggar who famously received a free pair of boots from a big-hearted police officer, not only has an apartment but pockets as much as several hundred dollars a day while pretending to be homeless

    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/editorials/give_him_the_boot_FKlhXh3eJx09zq9oQi73HI

    well yes, just a bit of street theater

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  160. pbird1:45 AM

    Pope washes feet of young Muslim woman prisoner in unprecedented twist on Maundy Thursday
    Pope Francis continued his gleeful abandonment of tradition by washing the feet of a young Muslim woman prisoner in an unprecedented twist on the Holy Thursday tradition.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/the-pope/9960168/Pope-washes-feet-of-young-Muslim-woman-prisoner-in-unprecedented-twist-on-Maundy-Thursday.html

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  161. pbird1:59 AM

    gosh, its The Cloud. Goodnight....

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  162. Kreuzueber Halbmond3:18 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QYKjwOqJ3AA

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  164. BabbaZee7:37 AM

    unable to do the Spirit math


    ulllululllullu


    the only math iUnderstand other than music

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