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Wednesday, May 8, 2013

I Wanna Be Sedated

My shield is God Most High, 
who saves the upright in heart.
~ Psalm 7 

Prayers for Bulgar Wheat!


  1. The Bushes, the Clintons, and Marco Rubio’s treatment of Hillary over Benghazi / Huma Abedin controversy


    (Washington, D.C.). Three families of Navy SEAL Team VI special forces servicemen, along with one family of an Army National Guardsman, will appear at a press conference on May 9, 2013, to disclose never before revealed information about how and why their sons along with 26 others died in a fatal helicopter crash in Afghanistan on August 6, 2011, just a few months after the successful raid on the compound of Osama Bin Laden that resulted in the master terrorist's death.

    Accompanying the families of these dead Navy SEAL Team VI special operations servicemen will be retired military experts verifying their accounts of how and why the government is as much responsible for the deaths of their sons as is the Taliban.

    Military brass, while prohibiting any mention of a Judeo-Christian God, invited a Muslim cleric to the funeral for the fallen Navy SEAL Team VI heroes who disparaged in Arabic the memory of these servicemen by damning them as infidels to Allah. A video of the Muslim cleric’s “prayer” will be shown with a certified translation

  3. Clinton’s Republican Guard

    Seriously great article by Andrew McCarthy,,,,, a "must read"!

  4. BabbaZee8:24 AM

    but but but I thought the RRRRRRRRRRRRRR's would save us!

  5. BabbaZee8:24 AM


  6. BulgarWheat8:32 AM

    very nice.
    I want to be sedated

  7. Storagemanager8:35 AM

    Obama to Arm Syrian Rebels: Putin Issues Stern Warning to Israel

    May 8….(DEBKA) Negative diplomatic ricochets are pursuing Israel in the aftermath of its air force attacks on Syria. In the first place, they are seen to have had no effect on Hizballah’s successful military intervention on the side of the Assad regime or the Syrian war at large. In the second, Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, while in Shanghai, was given a sharp dressing-down by President Vladimir Putin Monday, May 6, a warning that Russia would not tolerate further Israeli attacks on Damascus and would respond. Putin did not say how, but he did announce he had ordered the acceleration of highly advanced Russian weapons supplies to Syria. Debkafile’s military sources disclose that the Russian leader was referring to S-300 anti-air systems and the nuclear-capable 9K720 Iskander (NATO named SS-26 Stone) surface missiles, which are precise enough to hit a target within a 5-7 meter radius at a distance of 280 kilometers.

    In his phone call to Netanyahu, the Russian leader made no bones about his determination not to permit the US, Israel or any other regional force to (e.g. Turkey and Qatar) overthrow President Bashar Assad. He advised the prime minister to make sure to keep this in mind. Our sources add: Since Syrian air defense teams have already trained in Russia on the handling of the S-300 interceptor batteries, they can go into service as soon as they are landed by one of Russia’s daily airlifts to Syria. Russian air defense officials will supervise their deployment and prepare them for operation. Moscow is retaliating not just for Israel’s air operations against Syria but in anticipation of the Obama administration’s impending decision to send the first US arms shipments to the Syrian rebels

  8. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    In other words, the Russian leader rejected in advance and with both hands any attempt by the US to use the Israeli air strikes as leverage for a deal with Moscow for ending the Syrian war. US weapons supplies to the rebels would furthermore be matched by stepped-up arms supplies to the Assad regime, which Putin is totally committed to preserving. Kerry planned back-to-back meetings Tuesday with Russian officials focusing mainly on Syria but also covering the Russian angle on the Boston bombings, and hoped-for cooperation on the Iranian and North Korean nuclear issues.

    The Chinese government’s cold shoulder to Israel was exhibited less directly that Moscow’s but no less firmly. Palestinian leader Mahmoud Abbas was invited to visit Beijing and meet President Xi two days before the prime arrived in the Chinese capital Tuesday to begin the official part of his visit. The Chinese president unveiled his peace plan before meeting the Israeli prime minister. This plan emphasizes, as the key to a settlement, the Palestinian right to a state on the basis of 1967 borders with east Jerusalem as its capital. It also adopts Abbas’s preconditions for talks, including a stop to settlement activities, an end of the Gaza blockade and “proper handling” of the Palestinian prisoner issue

  9. BulgarWheat8:39 AM

    U call bullshit on this. The russian's don't want to demonstrate once again what junk they are producing.

  10. BulgarWheat8:41 AM

    I think I'll shut down the computer and grab a short nap before going to the hopsickle

  11. Storagemanager8:42 AM

    Damn tea party lie!.... Gun violence in US has fallen dramatically over past 20 years, Justice Dept. report finds

  12. "Whom the gods would destroy, they first drive mad."

  13. Storagemanager8:47 AM

    Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan appears to be moving toward allowing Hagia Sophia, now a museum, to be opened as a mosque.

    According to the Turkish daily newspaper Vatan, during a meeting between the executives of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), Erdoğan was called to answer whether or not and when Hagia Sophia will start to function as a mosque.

  14. The Turks are our (or is it "are" "are"?) most important NATO allies. We trust Erdogan with all our hearts and a whole lotta' gold!

  15. BabbaZee8:51 AM


  16. Storagemanager8:51 AM

    The Jordanian Parliament voted in favor of a proposal to expel the Israeli ambassador from the capital, Amman, and at the same time, to return the Jordanian ambassador from Tel Aviv. The proposal came about in response to what parliament members labeled, "Israel's actions toward the holy sites of Islam and Christianity in Jerusalem."

    The proposal will now be sent for government approval, but will not be implemented without the approval of the Jordanian royal family. (Roi Kais),7340,L-3083,00.html

  17. We are praying for you.....although you don't really need it!

    Call when you wake up!

  18. BabbaZee8:53 AM

    The King will shoot that down

  19. Storagemanager8:53 AM

  20. I.C. Yurhini8:55 AM

    If you hold your out youRight hand for "R" salvation and shit in your left hand... guess which one fills up faster

  21. I.C. Yurhini8:56 AM

    to the vey.

  22. BabbaZee8:58 AM

  23. BabbaZee8:59 AM

    RIGHT! That's my grandma's saying

    shit in one hand and wish in the other and see which gets filled first

  24. Storagemanager9:00 AM

    Shin Bet arrest terrorists planning to kidnap, kill soldier
    IDF, Israel Security Agency arrest Hamas terror cell in W. Bank plotting to manufacture and fire rockets, kidnap and kill a soldier; head of cell was asked to capture soldier, use cell phone for negotiation with Israel.

  25. Storagemanager9:01 AM

    Hamas Pushing To Implement Hardline Sharia Law, Seeks Amputations, Death For Adultery And Lashings For “Un-Islamic” Behavior…

  26. Storagemanager9:02 AM

    I would vote for Lashings for Islamic behavior.

  27. pbird9:07 AM

    I dunno. I got nuthin today. Goodmorning. Praying for the BW.

  28. BabbaZee9:08 AM

    The Mass Exodus of Christians from the Muslim World

  29. BabbaZee9:09 AM

    iHope, anyway

  30. BabbaZee9:10 AM


  31. pbird9:13 AM

    I keel you!!!

  32. pbird9:14 AM

    gosh, wonder why?

  33. Storagemanager9:14 AM

    Damn NRA lie.

  34. pbird9:18 AM

    105-year-old woman says eating bacon every day is her key to long life

  35. pbird9:19 AM

    old ladies like to pull yer leg too....

  36. Storagemanager9:19 AM

    OH Goodie..........

    WASHINGTON — Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Patrick Leahy has submitted two amendments to the "Gang of Eight" senators' immigration bill that would extend to same-sex couples to similar immigration rights as opposite-sex married couples.

    "For immigration reform to be truly comprehensive, it must include protections for all families," Leahy said in a statement. "We must end the discrimination that gay and lesbian families face in our immigration law."

    Amendments on the bill were due to be submitted by 5 p.m. Tuesday. The Judiciary Committee is scheduled to begin considering the bill and amendments on Thursday morning.

    Leahy's moves Tuesday included an unexpected amendment that would provide recognition to same-sex couples who are legally married for immigrations purposes — an effort praised as "brilliant" by the Human Rights Campaign.

    Because the Defense of Marriage Act bars the federal government from recognizing same-sex couples' marriages, binational gay and lesbian couples — those where one partner is not a U.S. citizen — have been denied the ability to seek a green card that straight couples have been eligible to obtain for their spouse in a similar situation.

  37. pbird9:20 AM

    mine said that too, is there like a union of grannys or something...nobody told me! Am I not a real granny yet?

  38. pbird9:21 AM

    oh wah, I feel so bad for them

  39. Storagemanager9:24 AM

  40. BabbaZee9:25 AM

  41. BabbaZee9:25 AM

    ahahah yes they do

  42. Storagemanager9:26 AM

    YEAH BABY............

    Washington (CNN) – Vice President Joe Biden praised U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice on the eve of congressional hearings over last year’s deadly terror attack against a U.S. diplomatic compound in Libya – a controversy in which Rice found herself buried deep only days later.

    Describing her as one of the “brightest, most accomplished” people he’s ever met, Biden said he’s never seen a U.S. ambassador to the U.N. “who has more ability to promote the interests of the United States of America.”

    “When she speaks…no one wonders whether or not she is speaking for the president,” the vice president said at a gala for the Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies, which honored Rice with an award Tuesday night

  43. Storagemanager9:26 AM

    “When she speaks…no one wonders whether or not she is speaking for the president,”

  44. BabbaZee9:27 AM

    ABC News editor Don Ennis, 49, reportedly walked into his New York City offices last week in a small black dress and a brunette wig and told his coworkers that he would prefer to be called “Dawn” from this point on. On Friday, the father of three announced that he was breaking up with his wife of 17 years and is legally changing his name to Dawn Stacey Ennis.

  45. pbird9:28 AM

    Dick had no political solutions. His personal politics was as convoluted as the rest of his personality. He was a man of the "left," but, like Orwell, very much a left of his own devising. He was once thrown out, within a period of weeks, of meetings by the local GOP and the Communist Party, in both cases for asking penetrating questions. He had no use for authoritarian systems (His short story "Faith of our Fathers" is one of the eeriest condemnations of communism ever written, in which the leader of a victorious worldwide communist party is indistinguishable from death itself. When he grips the protagonist's arm, he leaves stigmata that continue bleeding and refuse to heal.)

    Read more:
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    neat article about Phillip K Dick, an apolitical type

  46. BabbaZee9:29 AM

    Ennis said that she had always suffered from an “unusual hormonal imbalance” because his mother had forced her to take female hormones as a child to “prolong her acting career.” Ennis said the hormones made her appear and sound younger, but also resulted in the development of breasts.

  47. pbird9:29 AM

    Instead he focused on human decency, as expressed through empathy and sacrifice. In his work, characters often come through by doing the hard thing at the right moment. The secret police chief who refuses to execute the man indirectly responsible for his insane sister's death, simply because the man is not guilty. The odd little guy who builds carts for rejected AI missile guidance systems and sends them off into the world "to give them a chance." The young woman, drugged and hallucinating, who thwarts an SS assassin out of something like pure instinct. And that doctor, who with his political connections can have just anything he wishes done for him, but who decides to return to his crazed and deteriorating wife because he couldn't live with himself otherwise. (After -- and here's the Phil Dick mystique -- an intense and emotional discussion with an automated flying cab.)

    Read more:
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  51. pbird9:32 AM

    thats one way of side stepping your troubles and starting a few new ones

  52. pbird9:33 AM

    you know, speaking as an old lady...

  53. pbird9:36 AM

    His wife is probably glad to get him OUT of the house. Man thats one way to change things around.

  54. mawskrat9:36 AM

    Good Mornin Ferals

  55. Storagemanager9:37 AM

  56. BabbaZee9:37 AM

    The Religious Experience of Philip K. Dick

  57. pbird9:39 AM

    interesting character

  58. BabbaZee9:39 AM

    He had a weakness for losers, druggies, and the mentally ill

    I resemble this remark

  59. BabbaZee9:40 AM

    the early70s, he had a religious epiphany in which he was enveloped by a
    light of overwhelming intensity (he compared it to "a pink laser
    beam"), that imprinted a vast amount
    of information on his brain. Very druggie, and very California.
    ...except for the fact that much of information, dealing with things he
    could not have known, such as details about his publishers bilking him
    and his agent jerking him around, proved to be completely correct.

  60. Storagemanager9:40 AM

    is legally changing his name to Dawn Stacey Ennis.......hahahahahahahahahahahaha

  61. pbird9:41 AM

    Crumb, whom I am endlessly interested in as an artist, really put a lot of work into that

  62. BabbaZee9:43 AM

    Consider the reality we're living in today. Schoolchildren kept in line by use of drugs such as Ritalin and Adderall. Technology that is as exasperating as it is necessary. Criminal syndicates operating at the speed of light from the other side of the world. A president with a record so convoluted and opaque that it's impossible to tell what is false and what isn't. (See Dick's short story, "The Mold of Yancy," in which a presidential candidate is totally unavailable and never seen outside of his video ads, because, it turns out, he doesn't actually exist.) Masses of people living in virtual alternate universes -- game clubs, social media -- in preference to dealing with the world as it exists. An encroaching surveillance state intent on tracking every living individual at all times under every possible circumstance. A would-be aristocracy slowly separating itself from the masses. Effectively invisible weapons that can kill from high altitude without the victim even knowing he was targeted.

    What is this but a Philip K. Dick universe?

  63. pbird9:43 AM

    hahahha, you rang?

  64. BabbaZee9:45 AM

    it seems, was a far superior prophet than the colleagues who disdained
    him, because, unlike many of them, he had a line on human nature, which
    never changes.

  65. pbird9:45 AM

    sure sounds like it

  66. BabbaZee9:46 AM

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  69. pbird9:48 AM

  70. BabbaZee9:48 AM

    lolloll you can not comment on that site unless you register so fuck them but I was going to tell him it was a very nice article

  71. Storagemanager9:48 AM

    İHH president seeks at least $1 bln from Israel for flotilla victims Bülent Yıldırım, chairman of the Foundation for Human Rights and Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief (İHH), has said the İHH is seeking at least $1 billion from Israel

  72. Storagemanager9:49 AM

  73. pbird9:50 AM

    I suppose they get tired of the garbage that people love to post.

  74. BabbaZee10:06 AM

    So to recap: with innate Muslim sympathies and under the counsel of Islamic supremacist advisors, Obama and Clinton direct a policy designed to empower Islamic supremacists whose ascendancy, inevitably, results in violent jihadist attacks against the West, including the strike against the U.S. compound in Benghazi on September 11, 2012. In desperation to cover their tracks after not only authoring this policy but denying security enhancements in the months prior to the siege, Obama, Clinton and their confederates concoct a fraud that – implausibly on its face – depicts the murderous attack as a protest that got out of hand over a video no one had seen. The farce allows them to rant indignantly about Islamophobia, catnip to their media allies. This is enough to cow Mitt Romney who, as a good establishment Republican, goes silent on Benghazi at the close of his inept presidential campaign – virtually endorsing Obama in the candidates’ final debate on foreign policy.

    Skippy posted at the beginning of thread
    read the whole thing

  75. its almost like they wanted to get rid of the staff of Bengahzi

  76. BabbaZee10:18 AM

  77. BabbaZee10:19 AM

    [ ----- ]

    no one can be allowed to speak

  78. He sure liked the sturdy legs!!! I think he portrays the relative power of the women that way.

  79. Mango Tart with Crystallized Ginger & Pistachios: Mango & Tomato Turns 5!!!

    This May, Mango & Tomato turns 5!!! I can't believe I've been blogging for the last 5 years and honestly can't imagine my life without it. To celebrate, I decided to make Mango Tart with Crystallized Ginger & Pistachios.

    Although I tried to get a few sponsors for my celebration and to host a few giveaways, nothing came of it. Instead, I'll share a few special recipes with you and treat myself to some new kitchen toys, cookbooks, etc. Hopefully those things will inspire me, keep me motivated and in turn help me to develop recipes that YOU my readers will like.

    Thank you for sticking with me for the last 5 years, and I hope you'll continue to follow along.

    And now about the tart. My recipe is inspired by the Mango Tart with Lime from Zen Can Cook, but of course I made some changes. I've always loved the combination of mangoes and pistachios and crystallized ginger, and decided to do just that. I also eliminated some of the extra butter and sugar, and am very happy with the result.

  80. oh my goodness

  81. mawskrat10:28 AM

    ahhh...the sunnis out we've had a lot
    of rain lately. kinda hard to get stuff planted
    when the ground is soaked.


    closest thing I've ever heard to what the inside of my head sounds like

  83. After 18 years of study, Stephanie Dalley of Oxford University has concluded that the garden was built by the Assyrians in the north of Mesopotamia – in modern Iraq – rather than by their great enemies the Babylonians in the south.

    She believes her research shows that the feat of engineering and artistry was achieved by the Assyrian king, Sennacherib, rather than the Babylonian king, Nebuchadnezzar.

    The evidence presented by Dalley, an expert in ancient Middle Eastern languages, emerged from deciphering Babylonian and Assyrian cuneiform scripts and reinterpreting later Greek and Roman texts. They included a 7th-century BC Assyrian inscription that, she discovered, had been mistranslated in the 1920s, reducing passages to "absolute nonsense".

  84. Stephen Hawking joins academic boycott of Israel

  85. BabbaZee11:01 AM


    This event has not yet aired.
    U.S. Consulate Attack in Benghazi, Libya
    May 8, 2013

    House Committee Oversight and Government Reform
    The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee conducts a hearing with Foreign Service officers focusing on information turned over to the committee by administration whistle-blowers on the Benghazi terrorist attacks.

  86. BabbaZee11:01 AM

    Bulgar is going in now everybody pray

  87. BabbaZee11:02 AM


  88. BabbaZee11:02 AM

    me head makes similar noises

  89. BabbaZee11:02 AM


    we have had NONE the trees were gasping

    it is raining today for the first time in a month

  90. BabbaZee11:03 AM


  91. BabbaZee11:03 AM

    could very well be

    he is rumored to be hung like a horse
    he made need a sturdy woman


  92. BabbaZee11:12 AM

  93. Not true! It is a lie!

    (As a matter of fact.... The Weizman Institute in Israel has long been helping him in his quest to live longer)

  94. Benghazi: Exposing Failure and Recognizing Courage


    11:30 EST (15 minutes)

  95. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    Hawking is in very poor health, but last week he wrote a brief letter to the Israeli president to say he had changed his mind. He has not announced his decision publicly, but a statement published by the British Committee for the Universities of Palestine with Hawking's approval described it as "his independent decision to respect the boycott, based upon his knowledge of Palestine, and on the unanimous advice of his own academic contacts there".

  96. BabbaZee11:19 AM

    hard to tell from that they could be masterflating

    he has to make a statement of his own for us to be sure so I retract the dick until I know

  97. mawskrat11:20 AM


  98. likely story!

  99. BabbaZee11:24 AM


  100. mawskrat11:24 AM

    no thanks I go now and play in the dirt

  101. BabbaZee11:25 AM

    Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906 – 1945), the German Lutheran theologian who opposed Nazism and was incarcerated in 1943 and hanged for his faith wrote, in a sermon on 2 Corinthians 12:9:

    ‘Christianity stands or falls with its revolutionary protest against violence, arbitrariness and pride of power and with its plea for the weak.

    ‘Christians should give more offense, shock the world far more, than they are doing now.

    ‘Christians should take a stronger stand in favour of the weak rather than considering first the possible right of the strong.’

  102. Pretty strong stuff from a Lutheran!

  103. BabbaZee11:31 AM

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  105. BabbaZee11:32 AM

    Christians should give more offense, shock the world far more, than they are doing now.

  106. BabbaZee11:33 AM

  107. Storagemanager11:33 AM

    Prof. Stephen Hawking Denies Boycott of Israel Rumor

  108. mawskrat11:34 AM

    plant some veggies and mow the grass after a trip to da barn.

    so I leave you with some PLANT

  109. BabbaZee11:36 AM

    Bonhoeffer was born in 1906, shortly before his twin sister Sabine. He was the sixth of eight children of a prominent family in Breslau (Wrocław). His father Karl Bonhoeffer was a distinguished neurologist. In 1912, he moved the family to Berlin to become a professor of neurology and psychiatry at the University of Berlin and the director of the psychiatric clinic at Charité Hospital. Bonhoeffer's mother, Paula von Hase, was a daughter of Klara von Hase, a countess by marriage who had been a pupil of Clara Schumann and Franz Liszt,[3] and a granddaughter of Karl von Hase, the distinguished church historian and preacher to the court of Kaiser Wilhelm II.[4] Paula was a school teacher and home-schooled the children, including Christian instruction, until each was 6 or 7. Nonetheless, the Bonhoeffer family seldom attended church services. Bonhoeffer's second oldest brother Walter was killed in action in World War I in April 1918. His sister Christel married Hans von Dohnanyi, a jurist who later became one of the conspirators against Hitler.[5] His sister Sabine married Gerhard Leibholz, a notable jurist of Jewish descent who had been baptized as a child.

    Expected to follow his father into psychiatry, Bonhoeffer surprised and dismayed his parents when he decided as a teenager to become a theologian and later a pastor. When his older brother told him not to waste his life in such a "poor, feeble, boring, petty, bourgeois institution as the church", fourteen-year-old Dietrich replied, "If what you say is true, I shall reform it!"[6]

  110. I kid. I know he was not typical.

  111. looks like my backyard


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  114. BabbaZee11:50 AM

    skippy was right again

    Dick retracted

  115. Contra Juan McCain

    ‘Damned Foolishness’? That Would Be ‘Setting Up a Benghazi in Syria,’ Senator McCain

    By Andrew C. McCarthy''

    If Saturday Night Live or the Onion were doing a John McCain skit, I doubt they could come up with something more ludicrous than the real Maverick being interviewed on Charlie Rose. Senator McCain was grousing about what he asserts is the Obama administration’s shifting position on arming the jihadist-rife “rebels” in Syria. As the Washington Free Beacon reports:

    McCain has pushed for establishing a safe zone and supplying rebel forces with necessary weaponry. He was especially frustrated with Gen. James Clapper, Director of National Intelligence, and Gen. Martin Dempsey, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, two administration officials who once favored arming rebels but said they were skeptical because of growing Islamist influence. “Well, doesn’t that mean it was a terrible tragic failure that we didn’t act then and get these weapons to the right people then?” McCain asked. “And of course it’s damned foolishness. Of course we can get the weapons to the right people. Of course if we set up a Benghazi in Syria, we can get them to the right people.”

    Where to begin? Maybe with Senator McCain’s own history of choosing “the right people.” In late 2009, McCain was championing increased U.S. aid for the Qaddafi regime in Libya, which was said to be an important U.S. counterterrorism ally because of the intel Qaddafi was providing about Libyan jihadists. Droves of these jihadists trekked to Iraq — often from Benghazi, the hub of Islamic supremacism in Libya – to participate in the terrorist war against U.S. troops. Less than a year and a half later, though, Qaddafi was no longer “the right people.” McCain began railing that the Libyan regime we had, at his urging, been supporting now needed to be overthown, and that to accomplish this we should be arming the new “right people” — the “rebels” based in Benghazi. No secret was made in Benghazi of the anti-Qaddafi forces’ jihadist backbone: Al-Qaeda figures were rebel leaders and the terror network’s tell-tale black flag was flown all over the place “in broad daylight on the main boulevards,” as John Rosenthal puts it in his excellent new book, The Jihadist Plot: The Untold Story of Al-Qaeda and the Libyan Rebellion. These are the forces that McCain memorably called, “my heroes.”


  116. BabbaZee12:21 PM


  117. Re; Benghazi hearings..."Mr.Hicks" is having great difficulty with the accepted "heterosexual " dialect of the Post- American English language,. He is speaking at a rate of @ 10-20 wpm. I feel sorry for him.... but I wish he'd speed up and express himself as the flaming Queen he really is!

  118. BabbaZee1:19 PM

    Bonhoeffer - Agent of Grace
    full film

  119. akakalakin1:25 PM

    iDont know how I feel about that

  120. BabbaZee1:30 PM

    well ... why not let the machine tell you what you feel!
    ~ THEM

  121. BabbaZee1:39 PM

    Hanged on a twisted cross

    Full film

  122. BabbaZee1:54 PM

  123. BabbaZee2:05 PM


  124. Grammy Cracker2:19 PM

    I know it’s not a weasel but it is a cute little fur critter that reminded me of Birdie and Mikael.

  125. Grammy Cracker2:21 PM

    What the hell? First it wouldn’t post at all, then it posts twice. Whatever. Still cute!

  126. pbird2:25 PM

    awww, we have a chin here but it is an awful grouch!

  127. MS-13 ..Welcome to Post-America!

    Deportees See Hope for Second Chance in U.S.

  128. BabbaZee2:31 PM

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  130. pbird2:33 PM

    Seen At 11: Married, But Living Apart
    Highly Unorthodox Arrangement Is Growing In Popularity Among Americans

    loosening the concept

  131. BabbaZee2:36 PM

    maybewe ought to track his feelings on your smart phone llololollllolo

  132. pbird2:38 PM

    mebbe so!

  133. BabbaZee2:53 PM

    me and Tony lived a few blocks from each other till we moved here

    he slept at my place but did not keep his things here

    there was no way to get an apt big enough for us both and still pay the same rent this was cheaper plus his place was in a private house and they had a huge yard that we used to use in summer

    we were never married

  134. pbird3:04 PM

    ya has to do what you has to do

  135. BabbaZee3:15 PM

    mine lonely turkey just came by

  136. BabbaZee3:42 PM

    Jon Stewart took on news tonight that four million people were wrongfully foreclosed on due to some bank errors. He opened by mocking anti-government sentiment (“the government is so stupid, the free market could run the country”) and showed this as an example of the private sector really screwing up.

    Stewart was amazed to find that the whole thing may have been caused by an online system created because banks didn’t want to have to deal with all the annoying paperwork. Stewart likened the whole thing to a key party, “but instead of fucking your wife, they lose track of the deed to your house.”

    Stewart expected the government to take some serious action on this, but instead they just let the banks hire people and pay them to look into how the banks are doing. And it ended up being abandoned entirely and “helping almost no one,” which Stewart found to be an apt government slogan.

    But if you were expecting anyone to go to jail, Stewart just laughed at the very idea, pointing out they basically paid an arbitrary, non-calculated sum of nine billion dollars to settle everything. Stewart said this was a perfect number, because it’s big enough to impress consumers, and small enough “to teach the banks no lesson whatsoever.” And, on top of that, most people were compensated with $300…

    …assuming the checks didn’t bounce. Which, it turns out, is happening. Stewart capped the segment with a convenience store picture warning not to accept checks from Uncle Sam.

  137. Obama Administration: Mother of Murdered son in Benghazi is NOT a ‘member of immediate family’

  138. pbird4:07 PM

    nice huh

  139. pbird4:09 PM

    I'm about thirty percent afraid to refi the mortgage for fear they will mess it up somehow...

  140. Storagemanager4:53 PM

    Jodi Arias 1st degree murder!

  141. Storagemanager4:59 PM

    British physicist Stephen Hawking has dropped plans to attend a major international conference in Israel in June, citing his belief that he should respect a Palestinian call to boycott contacts with Israeli academics.

    The University of Cambridge released a statement Wednesday indicating that Hawking had told the Israelis last week that he would not be attending “based on advice from Palestinian academics that he should respect the boycott.”

    University officials said they had “previously understood” that Hawking’s decision was based solely on health concerns — he is 71 and has severe disabilities — but had now been told otherwise by Hawking’s office.

    The decision means that one of the world’s most famous scientists has joined a boycott organized to protest Israel’s treatment of Palestin

  142. BabbaZee5:04 PM

    Hawkings has already denied this is true
    I think you are the one who posted that this morning

  143. Keep those prayers and song requests coming in! I expect the good Doctor Wheat should be coming around soon..... Time for some Grateful Dead?

  144. Use These Secret NSA Google Search Tips to Become Your Own Spy Agency

    There’s so much data available on the internet that even government cyberspies need a little help now and then to sift through it all. So to assist them, the National Security Agency produced a book to help its spies uncover intelligence hiding on the web.

    The 643-page tome, called Untangling the Web: A Guide to Internet Research (.pdf), was just released by the NSA following a FOIA request filed in April by MuckRock, a site that charges fees to process public records for activists and others.

    The book was published by the Center for Digital Content of the National Security Agency, and is filled with advice for using search engines, the Internet Archive and other online tools. But the most interesting is the chapter titled “Google Hacking.”

    Say you’re a cyberspy for the NSA and you want sensitive inside information on companies in South Africa. What do you do?


    Traffic & Jerry Garcia Mr Dear Fantasy

  146. pbird6:27 PM

    he did post the retraction! I posted the lie!

  147. pbird6:38 PM

    Nearly a decade before Amanda Berry was found alive in the home of her alleged abductor, the young woman's mother went on The Montel Williams Show and was told in no uncertain terms by a celebrity psychic that he daughter was dead.

    Self-described medium and spiritual teacher Sylvia Browne told Berry's mother, Louwanna Miller, on a 2004 episode that Amanda, who went missing the year before, was no longer among the living, causing the desperate mother to break down in tears.

    'She's not alive, honey,' Browne told Miller on the show, according to the Cleveland Plain Dealer newspaper. 'Your daughter's not the kind who wouldn't call.'

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  148. pbird6:52 PM

    The Geography of Recent Genetic Ancestry across Europe

  149. pbird6:57 PM

    Americans like to think of their press as freer, but it's only free in the sense that it voluntarily puts on its own muzzle. European tabloids get into bloody brawls with regulators. American newspapers have nothing to brawl about. They will gleefully report anything that undermines national security at the drop of a hat, knowing that they won't be touched, but there is a long list of subjects that they won't touch with a million mile pole.

    In Europe, editors risked their lives to publish the Mohammed cartoons. In America, on the rare occasion that they were depicted, they were usually censored. CNN, which could show Kathy Griffin trying to molest Anderson Cooper, without the benefit of pixelation or a suicide button, blurred out Mohammed's face; assuming that Muslims would appreciate the sensitivity of treating their prophet's face like an obscene object.

  150. mawskrat8:42 PM

    Zombie Women Of Stan is on next......
    I hope it's one of those really suckie ones

  151. BabbaZee9:28 PM


  152. (Reuters) - A Philadelphia jury ended its seventh day of deliberations on Wednesday without a verdict in the murder trial of a doctor accused of killing babies and a patient during late-term abortions at a clinic that served low-income women.

    shouldn't have taken five minutes...i still think they might let him walk




  155. somebody watch this thing, Soldier's Things

  156. BulgarWheat12:27 AM

    something like two stents,..I'm uncertain at this point. Having a cup of Earl Grey, a few muffins, and some nicorette gum to take off the edge a weee bit.

    DODGED another bullet it seemw

  157. BulgarWheat12:35 AM

    we;ve been doing it gpt years. we're practically a bunch of trail blazers

  158. BulgarWheat12:52 AM

    I could easily falll bs=sck go back to sleep

  159. Grammy Cracker12:54 AM


    He slapped you upside your head to get your attention but He’s not ready for a face-to-face meeting just yet.

    Sleep well and heal quickly, dear Bulgar. You’re in our prayers. ❤

  160. BulgarWheat12:56 AM

    thank you! Can't wait to get back to sleep. Right now I go fetch some more tea.

  161. BulgarWheat1:06 AM

    naw. quiet night on the cardio floor. couldn't tell if there's another soul ever here at the moment other than the nursing staff. My junk has been hanging out all day long with none of the benefits. After a while all modesty is tossed right out the windows. I think mebbe I drag out the hoople and listen to some music,...very loudly too.

  162. pbird1:13 AM

    thats the troof try having four babies in public haha

  163. pbird1:14 AM

    well good, thats what we want to hear

  164. BulgarWheat1:59 AM

    thank you everyone for your prayers and kind words! I get sprung from this joint tomorrow. YIPPIE KII YAY, MFR'a!

    I'd be willing to wager my Craft hat and tee-shirts arrived today while I was in the hopsickle. Will find out tomorrow.

    Schlaft gut folks. I want to take one more walk down the hallway and get some blood flowing through my veins before I crash again.

  165. Great to hear that Bulgar Ha'Wheat is back in the saddle again!

  166. BulgarWheat6:27 AM

    I'm back alrighy and raring to go

  167. BulgarWheat6:31 AM

    I'll actual get breakfast this I'll eat what they are serving

  168. BabbaZee6:50 AM

    How are they letting you walk down the hallway

    after they stent a person they don't let you move

  169. BabbaZee6:53 AM

    I told you that fuckin Skoal is disgusting you bit yourself doing that crap silly

  170. BabbaZee6:54 AM

    how can you go anywhere?

    they dont let a person move after stenting are you sure they stented you?

  171. BabbaZee6:55 AM

    I am very confused

    Greg are you sure they stented you?

  172. BulgarWheat6:59 AM

    yep, the stented me alright. supposedly the largest artery into the heart. Once tjeu removed the tube, I had freeedom to move around

  173. Thank you for your cervix!

    SHOCK, BEYOND OUTRAGE: Obama Secretly Brought In Muslim Cleric To Curse Bodies Of Slain SEAL Team 6 Members

  174. We've taken your blood and guts.... now give us your guns~!

    Navy Seal Team VI Families To Reveal Government's Culpability In Death Of Their Sons In Fatal Helicopter Crash In Afghanistan Following Successful Raid On Bin Laden's Compound

  175. Republican Senate defeats expansion of gun rights

    The Senate beat back a new push to expand gun rights Wednesday, defeating a plan to let gun owners carry their weapons on federal lands in states where it would otherwise be legal.

    Still, Wednesday’s vote drew more support than last month’s efforts to impose new gun controls in the wake of the Sandy Hook shooting, suggesting that Second Amendment supporters retain the momentum in the gun debate.

  176. BabbaZee7:08 AM

    I have never heard of such a thing they must have modern ways now

    when his mother got it they piled sandbags up against her and doped the shit out of her so she would stay still 18 hours I think

  177. BabbaZee7:09 AM

    what about the carotid arteries?

  178. BulgarWheat7:12 AM

    I had to remain motionless last night until mid-night. but once they removed the tube, I could get up and walk around. Sitting up now and having breakfast.

  179. BabbaZee7:12 AM

    we should ask Georges what they are saying when the video is available because I did not see one there

  180. BabbaZee7:18 AM

    that is better than it was just a few years ago then

  181. BulgarWheat7:22 AM

    wanna see the skype? I have my hoople with me.

  182. BabbaZee7:22 AM


  183. BulgarWheat7:23 AM

    on the way

  184. Mlitary brass, while prohibiting any mention of a Judeo-Christian God,
    invited a Muslim cleric to the funeral for the fallen Navy SEAL Team VI
    heroes who disparaged in Arabic the memory of these servicemen by
    damning them as infidels to Allah. A video of the Muslim cleric’s
    “prayer” will be shown with a certified translation.

  185. Free Syrian Army rebels defect to Islamist group Jabhat al-Nusra

    The well-resourced organisation, which is linked to al-Qaida, is luring many anti-Assad fighters away, say brigade commanders

  186. BabbaZee7:38 AM

    YAY I did a hopsickle perambulation with Dr Wheat he is great

  187. “It has been narrated on the
    authority of Jabir b. ‘Abdullah who
    said: I heard the Messenger of Allah
    (may peace be upon him) say: A
    group of people from my Ummah
    will continue to fight In defence of
    truth and remain triumphant until
    the Day of judgment.” [Muslim]

  188. BabbaZee7:59 AM

    this is what he said at their burial?