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Friday, June 21, 2013


She was an intelligent and beautiful woman...
1 Samuel 25:3


  1. Skip V. Patel8:14 PM

    Unlike Madonna, the Middle East Is No ‘Material Girl’

    n my article “How to Understand Islamism: Read What Its Leaders Actually Say,” I wrote about Sunni Islamist leader Yusuf al-Qaradawi:

    [He] does not talk about the need for urbanization, the equality of women, modern education, and greater freedom as the solution. Indeed, his view is totally contrary to a leftist or liberal or nationalist Muslim who would stress the need to borrow any ideas and methods other than purely technological ones, from the West in order to gain equality and even superiority. Think of how Asia has succeeded — Japan, South Korea, Singapore, and now even China — through eagerness to blend borrowings, adaptation, and its own historic culture. No, for al-Qaradawi the issue [of why the Muslim world hasn’t done better] is completely one of the abandonment of Islam.

    A reader pointed out that in the West, it is assumed to be obvious that Arabs understand material advancement is necessary for progress and power. For example, Tom Friedman talked about the UN Arab Human Development Report written by Arab liberals. In other words: the Arabic-speaking world is shaped by the failure of leaders to understand that Western pundits know far more about their society than they do.

    Understanding that Friedman doesn’t understand the Middle East — though he has persuaded a big audience otherwise — is the beginning of wisdom on the region.

  2. BabbaZee8:16 PM

    red hot chili peppers are now paste for cookalating

  3. pbird9:15 PM

    The Deity: <>
    Me: Hey Alexander
    Alexander: Yeah?
    Me: Do you feel something falling on your head like a memory?
    Alexander: <> Yes. Please don't sing.

    reported conversation between my son and his son. The boy is 9

    laughing my butt off

  4. BabbaZee9:16 PM

  5. pbird9:17 PM

    disqus scrambles it a bit

  6. BabbaZee9:19 PM

    whip em in the bullet{blender}&gclid=CJ7V44uF_rcCFcij4AodbwwAKw

  7. Q_Burn9:26 PM

    In Hawaii you can get spam, portagee sausage and rice with that big breakfast.. onolicious!

  8. pbird9:31 PM

    we got a little place in town that serves that now and is very good, real chubby Hawaiians serving it

  9. pbird9:31 PM

    those are good little gadgets too

  10. Q_Burn9:34 PM

  11. pbird9:34 PM

    but since I already have a Vitamix and a Cuisinart I don't think I get one

  12. pbird9:36 PM

    I like that gravy and rice thing with burger patty...never got any poi! I don't think they could sell poi here.

  13. BabbaZee9:38 PM

    Neil had it

  14. pbird9:40 PM

    I love to try and experiment with machines. I like machines! But I don't get to have one of each, darn it.

  15. BabbaZee9:41 PM

    i am not fond of machines...

  16. Q_Burn9:41 PM

    Poi is an acquired taste and I never acquired it in 10 years over there. I still miss the lau lau though..mmmm

  17. Skip V. Patel9:41 PM

    You Are Not A Hero.

    "The nicest veterans... the kindest and funniest ones, the ones who hated war the most, were the ones who'd really fought."
    - Kurt Vonnegut, Slaughterhouse-Five, Chapter 1

    “I don’t feel like I did something spectacular; I just saw someone who needed help.” -Wesley Autry, "Subway Hero"

    All of the debate recently about whether or not Edward Snowden is a hero has gotten me thinking about that word.

    We overuse the word "hero" to such an extent that it doesn't really mean anything anymore. According to common parlance, almost nobody isn't a hero. It mirrors the classic injunction that "saying that everyone is special is another way of saying that no one is."

    But, it's a big word, hero. It used to be historic, epic, legendary.

    Who is a hero?

    Achilles was a hero in our culture's fiction, not every last Greek soldier outside the gates of Troy.

    Martin Luther King Jr. was a hero.

    Now, it seems like you can be a hero by trade. You can be a hero automatically.

    Every parent is a hero. Every journalist is a hero. Every American is a hero. Every working woman is a hero. Every police officer, firefighter, and soldier is a hero without question or regard for what they do or have done or are prepared to do, even though the first two of those professions don't even crack the top ten list for most dangerous jobs.

    Of course, danger has something to do with it. So does sacrifice. But is that really all it means to be a hero? Can we even use the word if there are literally millions of de facto heroes left right and center of our society? Or, rather, should we?

    Every 18 year old kid who signs up for the Marine Corps and serves a tour as an MP in a base in an allied country is a hero because he can't afford to pay for college or wants to get away from home?


    Every cop who joined the force to have a decent job with benefits and who mostly books drunks and tickets cars is a hero because he's "out there risking his neck"?

    No. Screw that.

    I'm not devaluing public service. There is no doubt that there are heroes in our police departments and in our military branches. But, I know cops. I know soldiers, commissioned and non-commissioned.

    They don't talk about an inherent, constitutional need to jump on grenades when they talk about signing up. They talk about pay, and benefits, and not knowing what to do, and, yeah, loving their country or community. But their reasoning is not saintly, it is not in the clouds, it is right down here on earth, and (surprise!) it sounds a whole lot like everyone else's.

    And what about the cops who leverage bad policies like Stop and Frisk and the Three Strike Rule to exploit and bully people? It can be even worse with soldiers. One doesn't have to be a student of war literature and history to know that young men with weapons and a literal license to kill are capable of horrific things. What does it do when we unwittingly throw laurels on them? Does it encourage them? Does it make them feel immune to immorality?

    (By the way, I happen to have an enormous respect for firefighters pretty much across the board, because, to me, those are men and women who are not prone to the same sort of entitled misdeeds as members of the police and the military. It seems like they are just willing to risk the worst kind of pain and death to save others. They run into burning buildings, which is to say that they literally regularly overcome our most primal instinct.)

    What is a hero?


  18. pbird9:41 PM

    oh i was my dad's first boy so i got to be a bit of a mechanic

  19. pbird9:42 PM

    that looks really good and rich, is poi something like Japanese mochi?

  20. Q_Burn9:44 PM

    Basically poi is the taro root pounded into a paste. I dunno nothin bout mochi..

  21. BabbaZee9:48 PM

    I was pop's only son too but he was mot a machine guy

    guns were as close as we got to machines

  22. pbird9:50 PM

    well its a weird jelly made out of rice. I wondered if the texture was similar. A lot of westerners don't like that pasty jelly texture. Of course I do but that's cause I grew up eating asian foods on this coast.

  23. BabbaZee9:50 PM

    Skippy is my hero

  24. Q_Burn10:01 PM

    I could eat gyros..just for one day. This IS a food blog right??

  25. mawskrat11:13 PM

  26. so excellent

  27. BulgarWheat7:34 AM

    tile guy is finally coming. gotta tidy up the bedroom and remove the tools that are in the master bath so he has a clean path/area to work with. I'm looking forward to getting this started/completed.

  28. Storagemanager8:08 AM

    Did it ever occur to anybody.....that Snowden wants the same thing Obama wants.......the world to hate America.....he speaks at the same time Obama is meeting with the President of China.....Putin tells him to come to Russia.....and America can't catch him...really?.....He tells America the Government can spy on everyone...but it can't catch a 29 year old man?...really......he works for Obama....I guess if you love the SUNNI and hate everything America ever stood for.....he is a hero.

  29. Storagemanager8:10 AM

    US President Barack Obama spoke with Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan on Monday about recent protests in Ankara, including "the importance of non-violence" and the right to assemble, according to the White House.

    Obama and Erdogan, in a phone call on Monday, also discussed the situation in Syria, "including the regime's use of chemical weapons against its own people," the White said in a statement on Tuesday. (Reuters),7340,L-3083,00.html

  30. Storagemanager8:12 AM

    Water cannons....rubber bullets and massive amounts pepper spray....are OK...wink..wink...kiss...kiss..

  31. Storagemanager8:17 AM

    Snowden is saying the same thing Mahdi Obama was saying 6 years ago.......but...he is a hero...hahahahahahahahahahahaha.....If you say America are a hero today....I will stay hated...

  32. Storagemanager8:19 AM

    America is the weakest she has ever been.....and a madman is taking her to world war....and the sheep sleep.

  33. Storagemanager8:24 AM

    MR.I say what I am told by my mean Jay Carney....of course we need peace talks with the Taliban....................Presidential Palace, CIA Station, Other Buildings Attacked By Taliban Suicide Bombers In Kabul

  34. Storagemanager8:25 AM

    But...Obama only wants what is best for troops...hahahahahahahahahahahaha....he is HERO too.

  35. Skip V. Patel8:26 AM

    To All Proud Subjects of O'Bama's Post-American Draconian Empire:

    “Edward Snowden: Hero or traitor?”

    Pick one, now, the question demands, before we learn anything else, think anything more. In this way, our attention is focused onto Snowden, the man, not Uncle Sam, the secret megastate. We wade into a vortex of emotions whirling around loyalty to the republic: a republic with sovereign borders, or so we hope; that runs by rule of law, or so we think; where citizenship is precious, or so we imagine.

    What Snowden’s revelations confirm, however, is that such a republic no longer exists – except as a mirage that powerful Surveillance State officials spin as reality.

    Tap, tap – answer the question! “Hero or traitor?”

    “Traitor!” some cry, never noticing that Snowden’s leak makes him a “traitor” to the Surveillance State, not the republic of memory. But such a gaffe is fine with our Big Brothers, from President Obama and FBI Director Robert Mueller to former Vice President Dick Cheney.

  36. Storagemanager8:27 AM sure is funny....How Obama does everything that will hurt fast as he can.

  37. Skip V. Patel8:28 AM

    A Public Service Announcement

  38. Storagemanager8:32 AM

    If I were President of a country I hated...and wanted rid of....I would get a pet monkey named do my tell the world how Evil America is....Have you seen one...just one....speech....where Obama talks about Snowden...NO.....cause he made none.

  39. Storagemanager8:34 AM

    The Commander in Chief of America has never talked about this so-called fucking funny.

  40. Storagemanager8:35 AM

    But...that is crazy....that is like saying he can use the I.R.S or spy on you.....that's just crazy.

  41. Storagemanager8:38 AM

    Why he loves this he will tell America...he is taking MORE Power....because he loves us.

  42. Storagemanager8:40 AM

    President go! brother..............
    Syrian Rebel Commander Vows To Replace Assad With Islamic State Ruled By Sharia Law…

  43. BabbaZee8:41 AM

    oy Obama did not make Snowden reveal that Obama's NSA is spying on us Storage that would be the last thing he would do - he said nothing because there is no defense for it

  44. BabbaZee8:42 AM

    Obama is not behind this - it is harmful to him, use your head.

  45. Skip V. Patel8:42 AM

    Snowden never said Post-America sucks,,,, You said that.

    Snowden has revealed the workings of the all powerful Fascist regime,,, a regime that would make the STASI blush, and you busy yourself parroting the O'Bama party line.

  46. BabbaZee8:42 AM

    ridiculous. Obama is not behind Snowden storage.

  47. Storagemanager8:43 AM

    He has one goal Babba....the end Of America as we know take America off the world whatever means needed,.

  48. BabbaZee8:43 AM

    you is the cool!

  49. BabbaZee8:43 AM

    i LOVE Gyros!

  50. BabbaZee8:44 AM

    it has only been 2 years!

  51. Storagemanager8:44 AM

    I stand by what I said.....Obama has one end America rule and take it off the world stage.

  52. BabbaZee8:45 AM

    stand by it all you want but the thought that Obama controlled Snowden is ridiculous - Snowden HURTS Obama what part of that are you missing?

  53. BabbaZee8:46 AM

  54. Storagemanager8:46 AM

    Obama does care what people of him.....he is Clinton.....he has one goal....think of everything he has done to America.....we are on the verge of world war.

  55. Storagemanager8:47 AM

    not care......

  56. BabbaZee8:48 AM

    you are in favor of wholesale spying?

  57. Storagemanager8:49 AM

    HURT Obama..hahahahahaha.......He is taking more Presidential power today..hahahahaha...yup...he is hurt hahahahahahaha

  58. BabbaZee8:49 AM

    It is Anti-American to be against it?

  59. Storagemanager8:50 AM

    POOR Obama is hurt...hahahahahahahahahahaha

  60. Skip V. Patel8:51 AM

    When O'bama instituted the "Patriot Act" the Sheeple celebrated their slavery and continue to do so.

  61. Storagemanager8:51 AM

    Obama would never put America in danger!...never......
    Taliban militants storm Afghan government compound...

  62. BabbaZee8:52 AM

    you are not using your head.

  63. BabbaZee8:52 AM

    right no one cares but you. is this what you think? you call that thinking?

  64. Storagemanager8:52 AM

    He took ADVANTAGE of a system already in place and used it well.

  65. BabbaZee8:53 AM

    there is no one here who defends Obama who are you addressing in these rants?

  66. BabbaZee8:54 AM

    Your comments regarding Snowden suggest you are in favor of wholesale spying on all of us and that it is anti-American to be against it. Is this what you think?

  67. BabbaZee8:55 AM

    Do you understand what is happening here? Or are you OK with it?

  68. Skip V. Patel8:55 AM

    Mick Jagger zinger at Verizon Center: "I don't think President Obama is here tonight... But I'm sure he's listening in."

  69. BabbaZee8:55 AM


  70. Storagemanager8:56 AM

    Oh..I am using my head.....America is on the verge of collapse.......soon....he will be President of a third world country..........Adios......The bill will pass and so will America.

  71. Q_Burn8:56 AM

    So storage.. are you for or against the wholesale spying that Snowden revealed? That's been going on since at least 2006? (cough.. Bush..cough) Is it good for America or bad for America?

  72. BabbaZee8:56 AM


  73. BabbaZee8:57 AM

    Yes without you we would all be in total darkness and ignorance think everything is just fine.

  74. Storagemanager8:57 AM

    You have your Pesos?

  75. BabbaZee8:58 AM

    you are in favor of wholesale spying?

    It is Anti-American to be against it?

  76. Storagemanager8:58 AM

    I never said that....I just post thoughts...I have no power...I am just a little man that posts...never said otherwise...

  77. BabbaZee8:59 AM



    3 minutes ago

    So storage.. are you for or
    against the wholesale spying that Snowden revealed? That's been going
    on since at least 2006? (cough.. Bush..cough) Is it good for America or
    bad for America?

    It is a simple yes or no answer.
    What is your opinion?

  78. Q_Burn8:59 AM

    When Bush does it, it's great. When Obama does it, he's satan. Welcome to storageworld.

  79. Storagemanager9:02 AM

    hahahahahahahaha....whatever.....America is this debate is just a joke anyway.

  80. Storagemanager9:04 AM

    When the bill is passed..and the war is on....nothing will matter except living.

  81. Q_Burn9:05 AM

    "Whatever".. and change the subject. It is to laugh. You don't seem to be capable of logical thought, only knee-jerk Obama hatred,

  82. Storagemanager9:07 AM

    Knee jerk...hahahaha...look at the country for Petes sake.....knee jerk....we now fight for JIHAD...hahahahaha

  83. Q_Burn9:08 AM

    Why can't answer a simple question about where you stand on the NSA spy program?

  84. Skip V. Patel9:09 AM

    "America" was toasted long ago. Criminalise everyone.... Post American schools are openly referred to as "Gateways to the [private] prison system" As in the former East Germany... Post-American subjects are encouraged to spy on their neighbours..." If you see something, say something" (Report them to your local WalMart management? Yep! The DHS said that!)

  85. Storagemanager9:09 AM

    America proudly fights for the SUNNI Caliphate
    Give your Children to the fight JIHAD is the cause of America.....KNEE jerk...hahahahahaha

  86. Q_Burn9:10 AM

    So where do you stand on the NSA spy program? Good or bad?

  87. BabbaZee9:12 AM

    yes why do you refuse to answer?

  88. Storagemanager9:13 AM

    I stand for the constitution....Just go back and look at my post...I have nothing to defend...

  89. BabbaZee9:13 AM

    it is not a debate you were asked a direct question which you will not answer

  90. Storagemanager9:14 AM

    I am the same as I was 6 years ago....I did not thoughts are on the net.

  91. Q_Burn9:15 AM

    So is the NSA spy program constitutional in your opinion?

  92. Storagemanager9:16 AM

    America supported Dictators who kept Islam in check....America now supports JIHAD.....if you not see that as a big change....then..whatever.

  93. Skip V. Patel9:18 AM

    In a nutshell

  94. Storagemanager9:24 AM

    America paid for the Arab spring....JIHAD......but...hey Obama is more of the same.....only...the others supported Strong men who kept Islam at bay.......America and Israel were the best the world had to it is only Israel.

  95. Skip V. Patel9:26 AM

    Hmmmm..... And the US supported the Arabs against Israel in 1967...'til we kicked their asses. Reagan supported the Taliban & Pakistan... and considered carpet bombing Israel after the bombing of the OSIRIK reactor.

  96. Storagemanager9:26 AM

    Islam has fought for world control since the 7th century...we have always been at war....only now....the West has joined the Jihad....see you in Mecca.

  97. Skip V. Patel9:29 AM

    Operation Desert Storm? Somalia? Saving the terror leader Arafag and 50,000 terrorists in Lebanon? (Reagan)

  98. BabbaZee9:33 AM

    I see you still have not answered one simple question

  99. BabbaZee9:33 AM

    answer the question please

  100. Skip V. Patel9:33 AM

    Oh lordy! An LGF epiphany!

    SAVE ME!

  101. BulgarWheat9:33 AM

    actually since last October 15th. our 24th anniversary. it'll be one year in October.

  102. Storagemanager9:34 AM

    I remember some people who post here...a few years ago fondly talking of he is the boogey man.......some people do change.

  103. Storagemanger9:35 AM

    My post have never changed....

  104. pbird9:39 AM

    good morning...

  105. BabbaZee9:40 AM


  106. BabbaZee9:40 AM


  107. BabbaZee9:40 AM

    Ok so the monolithic thinking award goes to you

    along with the cannot answer a direct question award

  108. BabbaZee9:41 AM


  109. Skip V. Patel9:41 AM

    Five People Arrested in DC for Dancing At US Monument‎

    May 29, 2011 – A group of people in Washington, D.C., protesting a recent court decision that says expressive dancing is the same as picketing and marching,

  110. Storagemanger9:42 AM

    No..I do approve of spying on Americans...the question was stupid.

  111. pbird9:42 AM

    somewhat militantly

  112. Skip V. Patel9:43 AM

    Having been involved in the Lebanon War.... I always hated Reagan.

  113. pbird9:43 AM

    who are you calling stupid? come on Storage....

  114. Storagemanager9:44 AM

    ..I do not approve of giving Americas enemies information that can weaken my Country matter the goal.

  115. pbird9:45 AM

    article moved or vanished

  116. Storagemanager9:47 AM

    no.......Disqus does not like me..hahaha...getting harder to post.

  117. Skip V. Patel9:47 AM

    Beirut Death Toll at 161 Americans; French Casualties Rise‎

    There have been reports that Palestinian guerrillas who have returned to the Beirut area were responsible. Ronald Reagan to reward terrorists with protection from Christians and Jews. Massive US boat-lift to Tunisia for Arafag and 50,000 of his murderous militia.

  118. Skip V. Patel9:49 AM

    Your "Country" is the Post-American Republic of Draconia..... some of us refused to accept that shit.

  119. Skip V. Patel9:49 AM

    "Post-America's Enemies"...... the American People.

  120. Storagemanager9:50 AM

    News flash........Adam sinned and the earth was corrupted..NO country on Earth is at 11.

  121. pbird9:54 AM

  122. it's gonna rain

  123. pbird9:56 AM is

  124. Storagemanager9:56 AM

    Man cannot fix the Earth....Man can not make can worship G@D and try and do the right thing.....that is all man can do.

  125. pbird9:58 AM

    and that is hard enough for us!

  126. Skip V. Patel9:59 AM

    Five People Arrested in D.C. for Dancing At U.S. Monument (Video)

    So much for the 1st Amendment?

  127. mawskrat10:01 AM

    Good Mornin Peeps

  128. goodmorning !

  129. crackers, just nuts

  130. 3 NSA veterans speak out on whistle-blower: We told you so

  131. Q_Burn10:14 AM

    I couldn't find two of the dog leashes this morning.. after a thorough search! Has it occurred to anyone that Obama's minions took them during the night? Consider the facts:

    1. I left the front door unlocked last night.

    2. Patriot Act allows sneak entry into private homes.

    3. Obama is a secret Muslim and therefore hates dogs. Doesn't want schnauzers to get their exercise.

    Case closed!

  132. mawskrat10:14 AM

    errrrrr.....I was late to class, now what was the question?//


  134. what else could it be?


  136. mawskrat10:19 AM

    Baba Banda Singh Bahadur.
    ...a long lost relative of Babba?

  137. mawskrat10:46 AM

    gonna be a warm one here

  138. Q_Burn10:50 AM

    For years, the three whistle-blowers had told anyone who would listen that the NSA collects huge swaths of communications data from U.S. citizens. They had spent decades in the top ranks of the agency, designing and managing the very data-collection systems they say have been turned against Americans. When they became convinced that fundamental constitutional rights were being violated, they complained first to their superiors, then to federal investigators, congressional oversight committees and, finally, to the news media.

    To the intelligence community, the trio are villains who compromised what the government classifies as some of its most secret, crucial and successful initiatives. They have been investigated as criminals and forced to give up careers, reputations and friendships built over a lifetime.

  139. Skip V. Patel10:53 AM

    Only the low 90's in the People's Paradise of Massachusetts

  140. Skip V. Patel10:54 AM

    Heroes or Villains?

  141. Skip V. Patel10:58 AM

    Congressman arrested at immigration protest

    Washington (CNN) -- Rep. Luis Gutierrez and 10 other people demonstrating for immigration reform were arrested Tuesday outside the White House, the U.S. Park Police and a spokesman for the congressman said.

    George Clooney Arrested: Actor And Congressmen In Custody After Protest Outside Sudanese Embassy

    George Clooney and at least one congressman were arrested Friday outside of the Sudanese embassy in Washington D.C. The arrests were anticipated and part of the actor's effort to draw attention to the humanitarian crisis in Sudan.

    "They were protesting the violence committed by the government of Sudan on its own innocent men, women and children," Clooney's publicist said in a statement

  142. "I know
    an officer in the Russian army. He tells me he was briefed on PRISM when
    it began, and Snowden has totally mischaracterized its purpose and
    overstated the technological prowess of the NSA. He's been laughing
    himself sick at how hysterical some of us are over this.

    Whatever the real story is, its not what Snowden is telling us, and he isn't who he says he is. "- See more at:

  143. Skip V. Patel11:00 AM

    Not a Free Speech Zone?

  144. its raining like a tropical forest here but too cool for that....dark and stormy!

  145. windows still open so it sounds nice

  146. BabbaZee11:12 AM

    I should say something very nasty to you right now.

  147. mawskrat11:17 AM

    Beck's Bolero

  148. BabbaZee11:17 AM

    ullullullullu iLove that

  149. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    ahahahaha! No packy sweater!

  150. BabbaZee11:18 AM


    maybe he makes for me Parantha!

  151. BabbaZee11:21 AM

    the problem with all this is half of this information we already knew here for YEARS

    the rest of the world was in shock over the phone and internet tapping, the facility in Utah, all this crap was already KNOWN - all we did not know really is the program is named PRISM - so what is the purpose of these sorts of stories? And who plants them? And who cares who he really is?

    he really did not tell much that was not already known to people who give a crap about privacy

  152. BabbaZee11:21 AM


  153. BabbaZee11:22 AM

  154. BabbaZee11:29 AM



    2 hours ago

    No..I do approve of spying on Americans...the question was stupid.

    Is that right?

    the question was stupid?

    I should say something very nasty to you right now
    but I will put up a new thread instead

  155. don't think it is about privacy at all

    spy agencies spying, god forbid

  156. Q_Burn11:52 AM

    Beach Boys

  157. BabbaZee11:55 AM

    IT is not about PRIVACY?


  158. BabbaZee11:57 AM

    so you are Ok with them listening to your every word - watching your every move - recording everything you do - even through the dishwasher then?? Smart Grid Akbar!

    it's not about privacy? what the fuck is it about then?

    More and more personal and household devices are connecting to the internet, from your television to your car navigation systems to your light switches. CIA Director David Petraeus cannot wait to spy on you through them.

    Earlier this month, Petraeus mused about the emergence of an “Internet of Things” — that is, wired devices — at a summit for In-Q-Tel, the CIA’s venture capital firm. “‘Transformational’ is an overused word, but I do believe it properly applies to these technologies,” Petraeus enthused, “particularly to their effect on clandestine tradecraft.”

    All those new online devices are a treasure trove of data if you’re a “person of interest” to the spy community. Once upon a time, spies had to place a bug in your chandelier to hear your conversation. With the rise of the “smart home,” you’d be sending tagged, geolocated data that a spy agency can intercept in real time when you use the lighting app on your phone to adjust your living room’s ambiance.

  159. Oh! Right! I r dum

  160. BabbaZee11:59 AM

    yes GOD FORBID

    spy agencies spying on US - because everything we do now makes us "threats"

    from owning a pressure cooker to paying cash to objecting to being fuckin spied on

    we are the terrorists now

  161. BabbaZee12:02 PM

    with a capital T that rhymes with P that stands for pool!

  162. Skip V. Patel1:17 PM

    No "Paki" sweater!

    "Pashima" Wacky-Paki instead

    Nordstom's Best... get off at the MonoRail...walk past the Bon Marche'... and there youse is!