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Monday, May 6, 2013

With A Little Help From My Friends

 A friend loves at all times, 
and a brother is born for a time of adversity. 





256 comments:

  1. mawskrat9:20 AM

    my son was kind of nervous last night as today
    he starts his EMT training for the fire dept. he's
    a smart kid he will have no problems>LOL

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  2. BabbaZee9:24 AM

    Oh I will pray for him I am sure he will be fine but that is one high stress job!

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  3. BabbaZee9:24 AM

    On May 1 2013, Occupy Portland dragged an idol of a Golden Bull down to O'Bryant Square. Dressed as Egyptian belly dancers they then proceeded to sing and dance about it.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=H8uS-YQo658

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  4. mawskrat9:33 AM

    at least there was a heffer for the bull/

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  5. BabbaZee9:34 AM

    I notice on the stand there are corporate logos so I think maybe they are trying to make a point about how America is worshiping the corporations


    which is correct actually

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  6. mawskrat10:17 AM

    well my pension fund owns a lot of
    evil multi national company stocks.
    kind of hard to stay away from

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  7. mawskrat10:31 AM

    Israel...a bunch of chicken killers///
    Destruction: The damage left at a chicken farm building following the attack by Israel on Syria

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  8. Storagemanager10:51 AM

    President Obama...there is no jihad............

    Middle East- and North Africa-based criminal hackers are preparing cyberattacks this week against the websites of high-profile U.S. government agencies, banks and other companies, according to the Department of Homeland Security.

    The attacks, dubbed #OpUSA, for Operation USA, will begin Tuesday, the department said in a warning bulletin circulated to the private sector last week. The bulletin was first obtained and posted online by blogger and cybercrime expert Brian Krebs.

    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/may/6/jihadis-and-hackers-teaming-launch-cyberattacks-us/#ixzz2SWZI2KOY
    Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter

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  9. WATCH, MUST-SEE COOL: Syria Army Shell Lands On Top Of Jihadi Cameraman Filming Burning Cohort

    http://patdollard.com/2013/04/must-see-cool-syria-army-shell-lands-at-feet-of-camerman-filming-extinguished-burning-rebel/

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  10. akakalakin11:00 AM

    Here we go

    Mortar fired from Syria lands in Israel

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  11. Storagemanager11:06 AM

    I knew Obama would say this............Obama Admin Says They Don’t Believe UN Report Syrian Rebels Were The Ones Who Used Chemical Weapons…

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  12. BabbaZee11:29 AM

    oh my lotsa funny crap on the last thread

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  13. BabbaZee11:31 AM

    right I just think that the point they were making is not I thought it was when I first looked at it

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  14. BabbaZee11:32 AM

    they probably both have used them

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  15. oh I did that training. Its ok. He will be fine!

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  16. I LOVED being an EMT.

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  17. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccVC5MjZEfs

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  18. Obama To Grads: Reject Voices That Warn About Government Tyranny

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2013/05/05/obama_to_ohio_state_grads_reject_voices_that_warn_about_government_tyranny.html

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  19. it sounds like go to sleep

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  20. Bears Buzz Alaska Again
    Russian military again flies strategic bombers near Alaska

    http://freebeacon.com/bears-buzz-alaska-again/

    is freebeacon birchers or something?

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  21. BabbaZee12:17 PM

    iDunno


    everbaddy gotta ism


    ceptin weese

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  22. BabbaZee12:21 PM

    this is the baby that founded it

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


    born 1981!

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  23. BabbaZee12:22 PM

    He is married to Anne Elizabeth Kristol, the daughter of neo-conservative writer William Kristol.

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  24. BabbaZee12:27 PM

    http://www.q-and-a.org/Program/?ProgramID=1221

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  25. I leave you with this for now.

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  26. aw widdle conservo cutie

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  27. BabbaZee12:32 PM

    so basically he became the editorial editor at weekly standard through the standard avenue of nepotism (it is his father in laws William Kristol's thing) and now has his own thing

    LAMB: Your magazine, owned by Rupert Murdoch, run by Bill Kristol, Fred Barnes.

    2009
    http://www.q-and-a.org/Transcript/?ProgramID=1221
    So on those things; I’m very much a conservative. On things like Medicare, Social Security, I think I’d have some disagreements with other conservatives.

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  28. BabbaZee12:34 PM

    CONTINETTI: Not quite. I like
    John McCain a lot. I was - I supported him in the election. I wanted him to win the election. I thought he was - he’s a guy who can build bridges and has right instincts on foreign policy.

    ucch

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  29. BabbaZee12:51 PM

    aaaaarrrrroooooooooooo

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  30. BabbaZee1:39 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tiMKu-Wb72Q

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  31. pbird1:42 PM

    AFP - Tens of thousands of people turned out for a protest in central Moscow on Monday marking one year since a demonstration ahead of Vladimir Putin's Kremlin inauguration ended in mass arrests, organisers said.

    "The whole square is full. There are tens of thousands of us," prominent opposition figure Boris Nemtsov told a huge sea of people crammed into Bolotnaya Square across the Moscow river from the Kremlin.

    Police however said only 6,000 were present at the start.
    http://www.france24.com/en/20130506-tens-thousands-rally-against-putin-moscow
    oh ho!

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  32. BabbaZee2:00 PM

    http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1122171/thumbs/o-FACETHEFACTS-570.jpg?5

    Billions In U.S. Aid Haven't Bought Peace In The Middle East



    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/05/06/us-aid-middle-east_n_3223151.html

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  33. pbird2:12 PM

    Planned Parenthood of Delaware abortionist ogled, slapped, played peek-a-boo with patients

    http://www.lifesitenews.com/blog/planned-parenthood-of-delaware-abortionist-ogled-slapped-played-peek-a-boo

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  34. pbird2:12 PM

    … And that’s not the worst of it. I didn’t have room in my title for the hymn abortionist Timothy Liveright sang to one patient during her abortion, “Jesus, Ohhhhh Jesus, take the sinners down the river, Ohhhh Jesus.” Seems to me that was meant as some sort of double entendre for the abortion he was committing. Gross on so many levels.

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  35. BabbaZee2:13 PM

    ahahaha

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  36. pbird2:14 PM

    check out his name!

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  37. BabbaZee2:18 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx2K15eUefM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R1Pyd1D_0FA

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  38. BabbaZee2:19 PM

    you can not make this shit up!

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  39. BabbaZee2:20 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Giu0vGllUE

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  40. BabbaZee3:00 PM

    we spin it for skippy patel

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zm9yB3gAS7o&feature=youtu.be

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  41. pbird3:30 PM

    Mushroom cloud cake, 1946

    Photographer unknown/uncredited, April 1994 Smithsonian

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  42. BabbaZee3:37 PM

    !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  43. BabbaZee3:39 PM

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

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  44. pbird3:42 PM

    my mom's little brother was there as a sailor on a ship, they were allowed to watch it with no protection right up on deck. He died of cancer some years ago. Of course he might have anyhow.

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  45. BabbaZee3:45 PM

    Blandy and his wife slice into an Operation Crossroads cake shaped like
    Baker's radioactive geyser, while Admiral Frank J. Lowry looks on,
    November 7, 1946.

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  46. pbird3:47 PM

    jolly occasion

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  47. pbird3:54 PM

    bah..igo

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  48. BabbaZee3:59 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=modvUxpY-ko

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  49. BabbaZee4:25 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qc5RMYvXOhA

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  50. BabbaZee4:29 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1iy0jnL3NDQ

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  51. BabbaZee4:30 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xs8DyeeCfs4

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  52. BabbaZee4:30 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LtzQ0Kca8MA

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  53. pbird5:53 PM

    Did not go. I called off appointment. Ha.

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  54. pbird5:54 PM

    hahaha lol cute!

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  55. pbird5:55 PM

    oh wow really like that!

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  56. pbird5:56 PM

    how did you bump into him?

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  57. pbird6:38 PM

    so nice, comfy

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  58. pbird6:47 PM

    no burkah there

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  59. akakalakin7:25 PM

    ha

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  60. pbird8:07 PM

    dats right akak!

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  61. pbird8:08 PM

    it is 80 degrees out. Not funny here. Ugh.

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  62. akakalakin8:08 PM

    you knowz it

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  63. pbird8:14 PM

    Jules Léotard (b. 1 March 1838 in Toulouse, d. 17 August 1870 in Toulouse) was a revolutionary French acrobatic performer who developed the art of trapeze. He also popularised the one-piece gymwear that now bears his name and was the inspiration for the 1867 song "The Daring Young Man on the Flying Trapeze" sung by George Leybourne.

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  64. pbird8:16 PM

    Purim Costumes, Tehran, 1964

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  65. akakalakin8:41 PM

    .....

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  66. pbird8:45 PM

    awwww akak, so sweet

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  67. pbird8:55 PM

    http://www.whateverworks.com/ShopCategory.aspx?ID=4,330

    You know how to get rid of a kid? Read stuff from this catalog out loud!

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  68. akakalakin9:13 PM

    http://globalguerrillas.typepad.com/globalguerrillas/2013/04/the-flaw-that-may-bring-down-bitcoin-or-change-it-forever.html

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  69. Interesting. I don't see how they could stop it if it is what it seems to the untrained eye to be.

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  70. mawskrat10:22 PM

    oh how my gardens grow...tis good

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  71. mawskrat10:24 PM

    80 is great!!!

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  72. The average German family struggles financially with large tax burdens and as a result have only 1.3 children per family due to high financial costs. One of the lowest rates in Europe Meanwhile Muslim immigrants have as many as 3-4 wives, perhaps 6-7 children from each wife, and all of this is funded by welfare as none of these wives work. 35 % of Muslims living in Germany have multiple wives, nearly all of them live comfortably on welfare funded by German taxpayers. This is not only in Germany too, nearly all of Europe has the same situation, including the U.K, where Muslim men take overseas trips to pick up multiple wives, marry them and bring them back to the U.K as legal citizens who then go on permanent tax payer funded welfare for themselves and their future children.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/05/report-35-of-german-muslims-have-multiple-wives-all-funded-by-welfare-video/

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  73. mawskrat10:30 PM

    well I did have some mushroom brownies once
    with mushroom tea..twas good

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  74. mawskrat10:34 PM

    how old is that?

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  75. yes it is

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  76. oh man, much prefer 65

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  77. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgNYXZL2fB4

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  78. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1gDhR1R3S0s

    naturally

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  79. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B4GNci5koi8

    nothing helps like the blues

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  80. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SPRdemNNNWM

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  81. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=km6JPmQAglI

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  82. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQZntaTPtLo

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  83. pbird1:22 AM

    Three longtime missing women, Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, have been found alive, apparently kidnapped and held for years as prisoners inside a house on Cleveland's near West Side.

    http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2013/05/tv_station_reports_berry_dejes.html#incart_river#incart_big-photo

    amazing...who are these guys who think they can cage women up...

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  84. pbird1:26 AM

    Creepy or Cool? Portraits Derived From the DNA in Hair and Gum Found in Public Places

    Read more: http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/artscience/2013/05/creepy-or-cool-portraits-derived-from-the-dna-in-hair-and-gum-found-in-public-places/#ixzz2Sa7c4x3B
    Follow us: @SmithsonianMag on Twitter

    It started with hair. Donning a pair of rubber gloves, Heather Dewey-Hagborg collected hairs from a public bathroom at Penn Station and placed them in plastic baggies for safe keeping. Then, her search expanded to include other types of forensic evidence. As the artist traverses her usual routes through New York City from her home in Brooklyn, down sidewalks onto city buses and subway cars—even into art museums—she gathers fingernails, cigarette butts and wads of discarded chewing gum.

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  85. pbird1:32 AM

    http://blogs.smithsonianmag.com/smartnews/2013/02/real-life-turkish-vampire-now-cured/

    holy cow....

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  86. pbird1:33 AM

    cured? how was he cured?

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  87. pbird1:39 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EACjnxDYO0

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  88. pbird2:01 AM

    goodnight youse all

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  89. BulgarWheat4:40 AM

    "He who feeds a hungry animal, feeds his own soul"

    Charlie Chapman

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  90. BabbaZee6:10 AM

    Chaplin?

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  91. BabbaZee6:16 AM

    Le Leper

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  92. BulgarWheat6:36 AM

    oops! correct. It was early, what can I say? I'll skype you once I get back home.

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  93. BulgarWheat6:44 AM

    Any surgery that involves anethesiology (SP?) has a certain level of risk involved. Particularly when your doctor is working on arteries and they will be tomorrow. I prepared letters to the wife, the kids, letters and notifications/mail to our parents, and emails to my brothers, friends, and colleagues. All financial information is secured and encrypted. Most likely none of those envelopes will ever need to be opened, but if they do need to be opened, I have left nothing undone. I've covered all bases and am pretty content with that.


    Gotta run up to the bus stop with the lad. Be back soon.

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  94. Grammy Cracker6:45 AM

    I am vertical at an ungodly hour this morning. Blech. We have an early meeting with our estate planner. BLECH.

    The aftermath of Avery's death has shown us that our wills and trusts need to be updated and adjusted. Poor Diane is forced to deal with a lot of unexpected financial issues and family drama because things weren't what she thought they were. It's not good.

    I know, I know.... rich people's problems. We aren't rich (unless you use the gubbmint standard) but they are avoidable problems. So, I shall endeavor to avoid.

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  95. Grammy Cracker6:45 AM

    Chalupa?

    Sorry, still thinking of Cinco de Mayo. LOL

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  96. BabbaZee6:46 AM

    Oy to the blech

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  97. BabbaZee6:46 AM

    OK I love you

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  98. BabbaZee6:46 AM

    Oh good Lawd even today you are taxi cab

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  99. BabbaZee6:48 AM

    Mormons and Muslims?

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  100. BabbaZee6:57 AM

    gobble

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  101. BulgarWheat7:02 AM

    that's a fine looking turkey

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  102. BulgarWheat7:04 AM

    been busy taking care of all of that crap myself lately. once it's done, it's a huge weight off of your shoulders.

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  103. BulgarWheat7:04 AM

    I'm a well trained monkey

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  104. BabbaZee7:54 AM

    I leave you all the bloggle this is all I own. And I do not even own it GOOGLE does.

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  105. BabbaZee7:54 AM

    Blue Balls!

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  106. Storagemanager7:59 AM

    Islam is a NOBEL religion 140 Christian Children Rescued from Madrassas, Sex Slavery...http://www.persecution.org/2013/05/05/young-christian-girls-trafficked-into-forced-labor-and-sex-slavery/

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  107. Storagemanager8:06 AM

    It is that the President of the United States used all of the tools of power and conspired with his colleagues to propagate the Big Lie. It is a clear case of perjury. Of conspiracy. Of obstruction of justice.

    In 1972 even Republicans were taken aback as the Watergate conspiracy unfolded before the country. A president was forced to resign. The Senate asked "What did he know and when did he know it?"

    Now, confronted with the unnecessary deaths of four valorous citizens, a President stands before us having been responsible for the minimization of the threat from Al Q'aeda; for leaving the helm at 5:00pm as the victims were still fighting for their lives; for blaming an obscure video; for creating a mythology about that video; for altering official documents to cover up the reasons for the attack; and for covering up that attack in the face of all of the facts.

    What kind of man does this? What kind of Secretary of State did this? What kind of Administration engages in the most base lies?

    And what kind of People accepts this conduct?

    Read more: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2013/05/the_benghazi_big_lie.html#ixzz2SbkSUSAj
    Follow us: @AmericanThinker on Twitter | AmericanThinker on Facebook

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  108. Storagemanager8:11 AM

    That is the big question.....what kind of a people have we become?

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  109. Storagemanager8:12 AM

    wrong box below...........That is the big question.....what kind of a people have we become

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  110. Storagemanager8:14 AM

    “Libya has become AQIM’s headquarters,” says the intelligence source, adding that in just the last few weeks three new al Qaeda camps have opened in southern Libya.

    The president of Chad, Idriss Déby, complained last week that Libya isn’t doing enough to prevent these fighters from using Libya as a training ground for new recruits, undermining security in the region. The Libyan government has denied the claims, saying there has been no influx of jihadists from Mali...............Of course not. There are also no Americans at Baghdad Airport and Hillary Clinton never received any calls for help from Benghazi. And the attack on Benghazi has not only not gone unpunished… but increased Al Qaeda’s stature and status in the area http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/obamas-liberated-libya-is-now-al-qaedas-hq/

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  111. BabbaZee8:28 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ5Iuo82DzQ

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  112. BabbaZee8:33 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K7dx_tOIr7w

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  113. Storagemanager8:36 AM

    LOOK here........................A correspondent of the BBC network in Tehran says local residents reported hearing three explosions from an area where Iran maintains its missile research and depots. (Ynet) http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  114. Storagemanager8:39 AM

    Following alleged Israeli air strikes on Syria over the weekend, Syrian authorities were planning to allow Palestinian resistance factions to work across the Syrian border of the Golan Heights to carry out attacks against Israel, Syrian daily Al Watan reported Monday.

    According to the report, the initiative was due to be discussed in upcoming meetings between Syria and Palestinian faction leaders, said Khalid Abd al-Majid, secretary- general of the Palestinian Popular Struggle Front.

    In light of recent developments, Syria had the "right and duty to respond using all available means," Majid was reported as saying. http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/Report-Syria-to-permit-Palestinians-to-attack-from-Golan-312363

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  115. BabbaZee8:39 AM

    Obviously everything comes down to Jew hate



    because at one point the maker of the video puts Israeli flags on Obama

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  116. BabbaZee8:44 AM

    Originating out of a plan to protect women protesters from sexual assault, this huge band of men and women numbering in the thousands (the exact number is not known) form a dedicated and determined corps of combatants divided into local groups of 30-50 individuals in Egypt’s communities. Self-described as “anti-Muslim-Brotherhood,” and generated out of disgust toward years of police and military brutality, the Black Bloc is, for modern Egypt, a completely new phenomenon.

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/55012

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  117. Storagemanager8:45 AM

    Egyptian President Mohamed Mursi increased the influence of his Muslim Brotherhood over government in a cabinet reshuffle that replaced two ministers involved in crucial talks with the IMF over a $4.8 billion loan.http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/05/07/us-egypt-reshuffle-idUSBRE9460AL20130507

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  118. BabbaZee8:45 AM

    Their core concern is to facilitate the pursuit of Western-style democracy. Its members claim no affiliation with existing political parties, as the group states that it “aims only to stand against the Muslim Brotherhood and any group exploiting religion to achieve political goals.” As pro-democracy secularists using slogans such as, “Our mess prevents chaos” and, “We are confusion that prevents confusion,” their challenge to the Muslim Brotherhood has prompted a new crackdown by President Morsi and his Prime Minister, Hasham Kandil. The state now targets opposition protesters who wear black, tracking those who do and conducting investigations. By mid-February, Morsi began arresting members of Black Bloc and its sympathizers.

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  119. BabbaZee8:47 AM

    Libya’s defense minister resigned as gunmen extended their siege of ministries in Tripoli for a second day, demanding the government’s resignation and tougher
    rules to bar Muammar Qaddafi-era officials from state jobs.

    http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-05-07/libya-defense-chief-quits-as-gunmen-extend-ministry-siege.html

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  120. BabbaZee8:53 AM

    European Commission to criminalize nearly all seeds and plants not registered with government

    http://www.naturalnews.com/040214_seeds_European_Commission_registration.html#ixzz2SbvAPQGq

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  121. BabbaZee8:54 AM

    Karen's doggies say hello

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  122. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    Massachusetts 'cannibal' admits plot to kidnap and eat a child in dungeon under his home

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2320534/Massachusetts-cannibal-Geoffrey-Portway-admits-plot-kidnap-eat-child-home-dungeon.html

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  123. pbird9:05 AM

    YAY! hi doggies

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  124. pbird9:05 AM

    wtf, crazy

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  125. mawskrat9:10 AM

    very nice photo

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  126. pbird9:12 AM

    howdy all

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  127. mawskrat9:16 AM

    Good Mornin weebles!!

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  128. mawskrat9:24 AM

    Babba are you going to get the cicadas
    this year?

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  129. Hillary Clinton — culpable for Benghazi from beginning to end

    When it first became clear that the CIA’s Benghazi talking points had been altered, many of us viewed the White House as the prime suspect. After all, it served President Obama’s political purposes to claim, at the height of a political campaign in which he was taking credit for the fall of al Qaeda, that the death of a U.S. ambassador was down to spontaneous outrage over a video, rather than pre-planned terrorism.

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2013/05/hillary-clinton-culpable-for-benghazi-from-beginning-to-end.php

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  130. BabbaZee10:21 AM

    weebles wobble but they don't fall down

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  131. BabbaZee11:05 AM

    hahahhahha!!


    just found in old images file

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  132. you save it all!

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  133. BabbaZee11:26 AM

    I am a mad archivist. I have no memory of that event though. I know they would give out awards every year the "fiskie" for who they hated and the "fallaci" for who they admired but I do not remember being nominated for it ever - I guess I was there is the proof! llollollllo

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  134. yes, and they spelled it wrong, right?

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  135. (CNSNews.com) – The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded more than $400,000 to a research project involving underwear that can detect when a person smokes cigarettes.

    The University of Alabama has received two grants totaling $402,721 for the project, which so far has produced a “very early prototype” of the monitoring system, which -- in its current state -- fits like a vest.

    The Personal Automatic Cigarette Tracker (PACT for short) is intended to accurately measure when and how often people smoke as well as how deeply they inhale. The real-time information would be used to design strategies for smoking cessation.

    http://cnsnews.com/news/article/feds-spend-402721-underwear-senses-cigarette-smoke

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  136. i am trying to decide what kind of peanut sauce to make this girl for breakfast and of course there is not a lime about....

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  137. BabbaZee11:48 AM

    is that the majik mormon underwear?

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  138. BabbaZee11:49 AM

    Fallaci is correct

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  139. Do Good, Eat Well, Support FareStart ~ Seattle

    http://www.snackinginthekitchen.com/2013/05/do-good-eat-well-support-farestart.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+SnackingInTheKitchen+%28Snacking+In+the+Kitchen%29


    There are plenty of restaurants in the vicinity of downtown Seattle where you can stop by for lunch. I want to give you a few reasons why you should pick Farestart as your next lunch destination.

    Farestart provides on the job training (culinary education) for homeless and disadvantaged individuals

    Farestart feeds thousands of homeless and disadvantaged children, women and men

    The menu offers weekly specials based on the availability of produce and the season

    You can enjoy a special dinner with food and wine pairings prepared by Seattle's Top Chefs on selected Thursday nights.

    So there you go, do good, eat well and support FareStart.

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  140. Feed the peanuts to the pigs and eat the pigs!


    (Makes sense?)

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  141. FareStart is located





    7th & Virginia


    Seattle, WA 98101

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  142. BabbaZee11:53 AM

    Oh my name ahaha yes it seems they spelled it wrong

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  143. good idea Skip

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  144. well....if you want bacon

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  145. Smoked Salmon and Avocado Tartine


    Remember my Foods from Chile Blogger Challenge post from a couple weeks ago? Well, I finally selected a recipe idea from your submissions and am sharing it today! This smoked salmon and avocado tartine uses 2 of the basket ingredients, smoked salmon and Chilean olive oil. Thanks to Jillian B for the excellent suggestion! As soon as I saw her dish concept I knew I had to make it. The idea of pairing rich, buttery smoked salmon with fatty avocado sounded like magic. And it was. The subtle Chilean olive oil perfectly enhanced the ingredients. Brined capers brought just the right amount of salt and acidity while fresh dill really gave the tartine a seasonal lightness.


    http://www.savorysimple.net/smoked-salmon-and-avocado-tartine/

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  146. I just faked it, it tastes like peanut sauce...hybrid!

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  147. looks good indeed

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  148. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=958DPQpkDos

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  149. pbird1:09 PM

    Antidepressant medication linked with increased risk of superbug infection

    Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/22182374/antidepressant-medication-linked-with-increased-risk-of-superbug-infection#ixzz2Scyd6uNy
    Follow us: @myfoxdc on Twitter | myfoxdc on Facebook

    reason 89 not to use em

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  150. pbird1:11 PM

    “There’s a kind of a nexus between the brain and the gut that people don’t think about very much,” Rogers said. “But I think it’s more important than it might first appear that what happens in your gut might sometimes affect problems with brain function and different mental conditions you have – and visa versa. It’s an interesting area of research, and we’re hoping we can look into it a bit more.”

    Read more: http://www.myfoxdc.com/story/22182374/antidepressant-medication-linked-with-increased-risk-of-superbug-infection#ixzz2Scz6Mkzb
    Follow us: @myfoxdc on Twitter | myfoxdc on Facebook

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  151. pbird3:37 PM

    I am afraid of what we will find out about those castro brothers and what they did, but thank GOD for the escape. WHat a story!

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  152. Benghazi: Book delves into details

    Account by former Navy SEAL describes heroism, mistakes

    http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/may/06/navy-seal-benghazi-book/

    In the hectic hours during last year’s attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya, former Navy SEAL Glen Doherty and six others used $30,000 in cash bribes to get a small commercial jet to fly them from Tripoli and Benghazi to help embattled Americans there.

    That was the only plane to depart in time to make a difference during the Benghazi siege. This week, a State Department official is expected to testify to Congress that a Libyan C-130 with other U.S. Special Forces troops was later ordered to stand down for unknown reasons.

    Doherty’s bold move got him to the battle, but it also led to the Encinitas man’s death along with three other Americans killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack.

    As Congress again sifts through the details of Benghazi Wednesday and Thursday, a book by a San Diego former Navy SEAL offers a virtually minute-to-minute description of the attacks that killed Doherty.

    Also killed were U.S. Ambassador Chris Stevens, CIA security contractor Tyrone Woods of Imperial Beach and State Department official Sean Smith, a San Diego native.

    The account, by former SEAL Brandon Webb and Army Ranger Jack Murphy, lays partial blame for the attack on poor communication between the Pentagon, CIA and State Department about each other’s missions in post-civil war Libya.

    Read the rest HERE: http://www.utsandiego.com/news/2013/may/06/navy-seal-benghazi-book/

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  153. pbird4:04 PM

    Seattle to melt buyback guns into peace bricks

    http://www.komonews.com/news/local/Seattle-to-melt-buyback-guns-into-peace-bricks-206413761.html
    so dorky!

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  154. pbird4:05 PM

    SEATTLE (AP) - The Seattle Police Department collected more than 700 guns during a buyback in January, and now city officials have a plan for what to do with them.

    Mayor Mike McGinn is expected to announce Tuesday that they'll be melted into bricks carrying messages of peace, and the bricks will be placed around the city.

    The buyback program was announced a month after last December's elementary school massacre in Newtown, Conn., by city leaders sick of hearing about gun violence.

    Private sponsors including Amazon.com contributed tens of thousands of dollars so that people could anonymously turn in their weapons for shopping cards worth up to $200.

    Some 716 guns were turned in. With support from the charitable foundation of famed glass artist Dale Chihuly, they'll be turned into bricks.

    The mayor plans to visit public schools around the city to hear from students about how gun violence affects them, and their messages of peace will be represented on the bricks.

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  155. Can I give up Bulgar's guns for a Papa John's Pizza gift card?

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  156. BabbaZee4:46 PM

    my grandfather’s people were from Ivano-Frankivsk (Stanisławów Stanislav)

    http://vanishedworld.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/from-ivano-frankivsk-to-stryi/


    The Jewish cemetery of Ivano-Frankivsk is a shocking location. The terrain is huge, but it is largely empty. Here everything has been systematically destroyed during the German occupation. We see several memorials for people who are buried here in mass graves or were deported from the local ghetto to be murdered at other places. At several spots we see large piles of grave stones, which obviously came to light during construction works in the city and were brought here. Parts of the
    cemetery are overgrown with dense vegetation. We see destroyed graves – close together. Terms such as destruction or eradication come in our mind. Glum we leave the cemetery.

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  157. Blackened Wolf Fish with Herb Roasted Ferret

    It must have been a hard winter here in Stuttgart because I am so pleased to see the Spring vegetables, fruits and herbs! I have my monthly e-mail list for May of the fruits and vegetables in season in France, I picked up my French Saveurs and my Jamie Oliver magazines from the house, bought some supplies and am ready to roll!

    My husband is cruising in a military jet somewhere over West Africa which means I can have fish everyday if I want to, and I just happened to have some lovely wolf fish fillet from Fresh Paradise

    http://cookinginsens.wordpress.com/2013/05/07/blackened-wolf-fish-with-herb-roasted-fennel/

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  158. pbird5:00 PM

    yeah...

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  159. pbird5:01 PM

    good grief

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  160. pbird5:01 PM

    you must mean herb roasted fennel!!! lol

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  161. pbird5:03 PM

    Our next destination is Halych. A small town that gave its name to the Galicia region. Here there should be a Karaite cemetery – a real rarity.

    really? had no idea such a thing existed

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  162. Obama’s Unprecedented Claim: America Equals Government



    http://pjmedia.com/barryrubin/2013/05/07/obamas-unprecedented-claim-america-equals-government/

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  163. I haven't any fennel.... but I got's me a weasel.

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  164. akakalakin5:31 PM

    http://www.thedonovan.com/archives/2013/05/caption_contest_110.html

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  165. akakalakin5:32 PM

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2013-05-07/syria-traffic-goes-dark-country-disappears-internet

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  166. Building Another Tower of Babel

    Why Acronyms are Ruining Shared Military Understanding


    http://smallwarsjournal.com/jrnl/art/building-another-tower-of-babel

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  167. You might be a digital redneck if the bait shop is No.1 on the speed dial of your cell phone.

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  168. Benghazi Drone Operator Asks Sean Hannity: “Why Hasn’t Congress Contacted Me?” (Audio) http://shar.es/liKfn

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  169. Relationship Contracts Growing In Popularity With Married And Unmarried Couples

    Experts: Putting Sex In Writing Could Make Your Union Even Stronger

    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/04/29/relationship-contracts-growing-in-popularity-with-married-and-unmarried-couples/


    Mantus and Sullivan had their relationship provisions drawn up by their attorney as part of their prenuptial agreement.

    “We’re seeing the evolution of so called ‘lifestyle clauses,’ which really answer the question, what do we want the marriage to be like? What types of activities are we going to be engaging in? Where are we going on vacation?” explained attorney Ann Margaret Carrozza.

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  170. "Hold on, my friends,
    to the Constitution and
    to the Republic for which it stands.
    Miracles do not cluster
    and what has happened once in 6,000 years,
    may not happen again.
    Hold on to the Constitution,
    for if the American Constitution should fail,
    there will be anarchy throughout the world."

    Daniel Webster

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  171. akakalakin7:04 PM

    http://www.news.com.au/breaking-news/world/us-doctor-admits-abusing-14-kids-in-kenya/story-e6frfkui-1226637336430

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  172. BabbaZee7:07 PM

    paging Dr Wheat let us know how it went

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  173. pbird7:11 PM

    very much waiting to know

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  174. Walmart hires Bloomberg’s anti-gun ad agency for new campaign



    Walmart, the largest gun seller in America, has hired the advertising group that created Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s unsuccessful Mayors Against Illegal Guns media campaign, which aimed to secure the passage of expanded background checks in Congress.

    http://dailycaller.com/2013/05/07/walmart-hires-bloombergs-anti-gun-ad-agency-for-new-campaign/

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  175. Were is Dr. Wheat? We request an update.

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  176. akakalakin7:16 PM

    indeed this drinkin for 2 is fun but hard gah bud lite

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  177. pbird7:18 PM

    well sure, that's what they are told

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  178. akakalakin7:29 PM

    2 to 1 odds he'll wake up screaming tango down

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  179. I left Seattle in 1969... and returned to another planet!

    Ugh!

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  180. Father arrested, strip-searched after 4-year-old draws ‘man with gun’


    http://www.examiner.com/article/father-arrested-strip-searched-after-4-year-old-draws-man-with-gun?utm_content=buffer8082a&utm_source=buffer&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=Buffer



    A picture, it is said, is worth a thousand words. But according to a teacher at Forest Hills Public School, in Kitchener, Ontario, a sketch by four-year-old Nevaeh Sansone communicated only one word: “Draw!”

    Which is precisely what police did—on the girl's father when he came to pick her up from kindergarten on Wednesday. The Toronto Sun reports that authorities arrested 26-year-old Jessie Sansone on charges of possession of a firearm. The father of four was reportedly handcuffed and eased him into the back of a waiting squad car. A strip search was in his immediate future.

    When the cops got Sansone down to the station house, they told him to disrobe, lift his testicles, and bend over. Presumably they were on the lookout for a hidden crayon that might be used in future deadly sketches.

    Sansone’s run-in with the law didn’t there, either. He told the Sun:

    They came to my house, told my wife that I had been charged with possession of firearms, that she would have to come with them, and that Sundae [their infant daughter] would have to go with the social worker.

    While they were there, police also searched the residsence and found a plastic toy gun that shoots foam darts. There is no word on whether the family had obtained a permit for the weapon.

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  181. In Amanda’s desperate call to police she said: “Help me I’m Amanda Berry...

    "I’ve been kidnapped and I’ve been missing for 10 years and I’m here. I’m free now.

    ” She begged the operator to send officers to the home, adding: “OK, are they on their way right now? I need them now.”

    The operator replied that a car would be dispatched as soon as one was available and Amanda said: “No, I need them now before he gets back.”

    The 911 operator said: “All right. We’re sending them, OK?”

    And frantic Amanda said: “OK. I mean, like, right now. I need them now before he gets back.”

    The 911 worker asked what her captor had been wearing and Amanda said: “I don’t know cause he’s not here right now.

    "That’s how we got away.”

    After the dramatic rescue FBI Special Agent Steve Anthony said: “The nightmare is over.

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/amanda-berry-three-captive-women-1875026#ixzz2SegqY6c1

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  182. BabbaZee8:16 PM

    Dr Wheat is OK just very aggravated he goes in manyana at Eleventy

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  183. The operator replied that a car would be dispatched as soon as one was available

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  184. pbird8:23 PM

    I noticed that

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  185. BabbaZee8:23 PM

    when I woke up after first surgery they did not tell me I would have a tube down my throat and I did not know where I was or what the fuck was going on so I tore the tube out of my throat and tried to leave ahaha

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  186. BabbaZee8:24 PM

    as soon as I tried to move I remembered what was going on

    OW

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  187. BabbaZee8:24 PM

    Dr. Wheat is OK just very aggravated he goes in manyana at Eleventy

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  188. BabbaZee8:25 PM

    Dacta Wheat is OK just very aggravated he goes in manyana at Eleventy

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  189. BabbaZee8:26 PM

    fucko

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  190. BabbaZee8:27 PM

    http://www.lambiek.net/artists/w/

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  191. "I did not know where I was or what the fuck was going on."... I was of course, stranded in Post-America!

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  192. BabbaZee8:38 PM

    Megaupload: A Case Based on a Law That Doesn’t Exist

    The legal team supporting Kim Dotcom argue that Megaupload was used to share a “spectrum of content” including family photographs, academic coursework and files, including videos and music, that was purchased through legal means.

    It admits that some of these files including potentially infringing material, but maintains that the case against Megaupload is “grounded in a theory of criminal secondary copyright infringement.”

    “In other words, the prosecution seeks to hold Megaupload and its executives criminally responsible for alleged infringement by the company’s third-party cloud storage users,” the team claims.

    “The problem with the theory, however, is that secondary copyright infringement is not – nor has it ever been – a crime in the United States. The federal courts lack any power to criminalize secondary copyright infringement; the United States Congress alone has such authority, and it has not done so.”

    http://robertamsterdam.com/2013/05/megaupload-a-case-based-on-a-law-that-doesnt-exist/#4

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  193. After the dramatic rescue FBI Special Agent Steve Anthony said: “The nightmare is over.

    (Amanda and her friends were of course.....rescued by a neighbourly negro... NOT the FBI or disinterested coppers!)

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  194. ” She begged the operator to send officers to the home, adding: “OK, are they on their way right now? I need them now.”

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  195. akakalakin8:41 PM

    talk about aggravated, like pulling teeth to get the family to go see splodey type stuff like IOWA in California.

    maybe I just save that for me when we have the inevitable fight......road trip

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