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Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Amen Corner

“Cursed is anyone 
who withholds justice
 from the foreigner,
 the fatherless 
or the widow.” 
Then all the people shall say,
 “Amen!”


489 comments:

  1. BabbaZee6:18 PM

    http://www.ft.com/intl/cms/s/0/d9818d66-ed75-11e2-8d7c-00144feabdc0.html

    We have good cause to abhor the surveillance state

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  2. BulgarWheat6:23 PM

    I abhor the surveillance state far more than I do fried liver or politicians

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  3. Grammy Cracker6:30 PM

    Oooh…. I love the Art Nouveau cover art pieces.

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  4. Grammy Cracker6:34 PM

    Brothers with a ‘Free Zimmerman’ bumper sticker on their truck were slaughtered in a busy parking lot in Jacksonville, FL by “multiple perpetrators”. The police have not released descriptions of the suspects although there were many witnesses and they insist it was not a hate crime.

    http://topconservativenews.com/2013/07/teens-with-free-zimmerman-bumper-sticker-slaughtered-in-jacksonville/

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  5. BulgarWheat7:04 PM

    It's going to be a long,hot, angry supper.

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  6. pbird7:08 PM

    ah shit, horrible

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  7. pbird7:08 PM

    access denied...poop

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  8. pbird7:09 PM

    right it was a square dance that got out of control

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  9. pbird7:10 PM

    I don't put ANY bumperstickers on...don't ask for trouble

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  10. BulgarWheat7:17 PM

    it's sad that things have come to that.

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  11. BulgarWheat7:20 PM

    my daughter and her cousin (they're thick as thieves) walking back to the house from the beach. My niece had her 16th birthday yesterday.

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  12. BulgarWheat7:23 PM

    I guess I should include the picture, eh?

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  13. BulgarWheat7:26 PM

    the lighting is interesting in the morning. the sand dunes right behind our beach house. I'll have some more fun with the camera tonight.

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  14. pbird8:01 PM

    looks like sunset over here for some reason//

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  15. pbird8:02 PM

    they look happy

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  16. pbird8:23 PM

    List of inventors killed by their own inventions


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

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  17. Skip V. Patel9:53 PM

    Jeantel: "The Jury, They Old. That's Old School People. We In A New School, Our Generation"

    RACHEL JEANTEL, FRIEND OF TRAYVON: Well, the jury, they see their facts. My thoughts of the jury, they old, that's old school people. We in a new school, our generation, my generation. So --

    PIERS MORGAN: Let's talk about 'creepy ass cracka.' People have said that that is a phrase used by black people, cracka, to describe a white person. Is that true?

    JEANTEL: No! Like I said --

    MORGAN: How do you spell it, first of all?

    JEANTEL: Cracka.

    MORGAN: There's no 'e-r,' right?

    JEANTEL: No, it's an 'a' at the end.

    MORGAN: C-r-a-c-k-a.

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  18. bit of a farce

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  19. Skip V. Patel10:12 PM

    It is all political theatre.....absolute BS and racist opportunism.

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  20. I am always tempted to say ARRRmen like the Disney pirate capt.

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  21. Kreuzueber Halbmond11:37 PM

    Noa Websta is not amused..

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  22. Long John Silver from Treasure Island. Took a while to remember which pirate.

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  23. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q1U--TM3Mvc

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  24. sorry, thats dubbed in Chinese

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  25. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uQi2EB6XGCI

    english version

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  26. pbird1:26 AM

    http://babylonianstates.com/post/51337618559/trinfinity

    weird enough for ya?

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  27. pbird1:29 AM

    They're not as weird as they are trying to be. haha

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  28. pbird1:31 AM

    always trying to paint the intangible, they are

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  29. pbird1:35 AM

    Having once again demonstrated my ADD or whatever I say goodnight all. Sweet dreams and such.

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  30. BulgarWheat4:28 AM

    they are extremely happy. they both love each other dearly and I imagine they will spend their summer vacations together the rest of their days with their own families.

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  31. BulgarWheat5:02 AM

    Babba, pbird, Grammy,and Hayseed. I've seen all of you do some pretty spectacular photos over the years and any tips and ideas would be appreciated.

    Here's what I'm struggling with; I got lucky yesterday with the sunrise photos. I had a subject. I've gotten some people shots and I'm pretty happy with those also, but am finding that I'm curious about the physical world around me, sunrises for instance, the sun playing off of sea shells lined up along the railing of the beach house with distinct shawdows playing off of them, nature in general. I don't spend too much time down at the ocean and now I'm trying to get some more ideas for the subject to focus on. I enjoy the "time-lapsed" photos, sunrises for example,but am going to try and move onto the next subject this morning.

    Any ideas or advice would be deeply appreciated for the todays subject. I maybe snap some more sunrise photos just because I know it's going to present itself here in about an hour, but I want to mix it up some. Of the sunrise photos, I like the sunrise through the seagrass best of all. Kind of texture and light I suppose. I don't know any photo lingo, but I know what I like.

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  32. BulgarWheat7:06 AM

    new sunrise, different sky all together

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  33. Skip V. Patel7:19 AM

    Internet Enlightenment

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  34. BabbaZee7:25 AM

    I just take shots from angles that I find interesting

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  35. BabbaZee7:26 AM

    right

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  36. BabbaZee7:27 AM

    rat bastids it says that now for me too


    bah

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  37. BabbaZee7:27 AM

    your
    definitely


    oy

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  38. BabbaZee7:29 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3TJKsQqOrYk

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJZc3Xg9UXw

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  39. Skip V. Patel7:45 AM

    US Textbooks Say Muslims Discovered America

    (I've been telling y'all about this since 2006 http://www.canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/11683 )

    Civilisational jihad. Let Saudi savages drop a few million bucks at an institution of higher learning and you’ll get a curriculum that make your head spin.

    http://sheikyermami.com/us-textbooks-say-muslims-discovered-america/

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  40. Skip V. Patel7:56 AM

    Tom Negri and ‘Welcoming America’ are planning to “change” Cleveland starting tonight

    Here is a glowing tribute to Negri’s role in bringing Somalis, Kurds and others to Nashville. But, here is one thing that isn’t mentioned in the tribute—Negri is opposed to free speech. In 2009 I was registered to attend a conference about political Islam at the Loews Vanderbilt hotel and just days before the conference, then hotel manager Negri broke the contract with organizers.

    He apparently couldn’t abide the idea that people might meet in his hotel with a point of view different from his. Or, did he bow to pressure from the increasingly powerful Islamists in Nashville? The conference went on in a pleasant welcoming hotel elsewhere in the city.

    Tonight ‘Welcoming America’ plans to begin changing Cleveland—bring in the immigrants to save the city!

    http://refugeeresettlementwatch.wordpress.com/2013/07/16/tom-negri-and-welcoming-america-are-planning-to-change-cleveland-starting-tonight/

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  41. Skip V. Patel8:14 AM

    We Should All Have Something To Hide

    Suddenly, it feels like 2000 again. Back then, surveillance programs like Carnivore, Echelon, and Total Information Awareness helped spark a surge in electronic privacy awareness. Now a decade later, the recent discovery of programs like PRISM, Boundless Informant, and FISA orders are catalyzing renewed concern.

    We’re All One Big Criminal Conspiracy

    http://www.thoughtcrime.org/blog/we-should-all-have-something-to-hide/

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  42. BabbaZee8:16 AM

    WHAT IS BODY INTEGRITY IDENTITY DISORDER?
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2366260/Body-Integrity-Identity-Disorder-Chloe-Jennings-White-58-disown-legs.html
    GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE!

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  43. BabbaZee8:17 AM

    .....

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  44. Skip V. Patel8:18 AM

    "Interesting essay on the impossibility of being entirely lawful all the time, the balance that results from the difficulty of law enforcement, and the societal value of being able to break the law."

    This is a peculiarity of certain legal systems. It is very much true in the USA. It is not true for every country.

    For example, I never hear such quotes from continental Western Europe (I do not follow the UK). Nor do I see reports about non-sense arrests followed by fake charges of "resisting during arrest" etc. or innocent people getting convicted to years in jail because they "lied to a federal agent" when harassed about a crime they did not commit.

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  45. BabbaZee8:30 AM

    Iffen it ain't shaved

    You ain't saved!

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paloma-goni/i-dont-shave_b_3568790.html

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  46. BabbaZee8:34 AM

    Kiriakou is one of eight Americans charged under that World War One-era legislation by President Barack Obama, who has prosecuted more people under that law that all previous leaders combined. Snowden became the latest US citizen to have their name added to that list and joins the likes of WikiLeaks source Bradley Manning and NSA whistleblower Thomas Drake.
    http://rt.com/usa/kiriakou-snowden-letter-leak-618/
    CIA whistleblower to Snowden: ‘Do not cooperate with the FBI’

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  47. BulgarWheat8:36 AM

    I'm in search of angles then. I have some prints waiting on me. I go fetch those and a bag of ice now.

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  48. BabbaZee8:37 AM

    President Barack Obama
    has prosecuted more people

    under that law

    than all previous leaders


    combined

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  49. BabbaZee8:38 AM

    if I never shaved for the rest of my life I could not grow that black forest


    DAMN

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  50. BabbaZee8:40 AM

    One hell of a deal: Pope Francis offers reduced time in Purgatory for Catholics that follow him on Twitter

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/one-hell-of-a-deal-pope-francis-offers-reduced-time-in-purgatory-for-catholics-that-follow-him-on-twitter-8713666.html

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  51. Skip V. Patel8:40 AM

    Welcome to King County!

    Innocent Man Shot 16 Times While in His Bed

    http://q13fox.com/2013/07/10/shot-16-times-innocent-man-files-20-million-suit/#axzz2Yhg6em2c

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  52. Skip V. Patel8:41 AM

    The DOC on Wednesday would only say it conducted its own review and found appropriate force was used.

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  53. BabbaZee8:49 AM

    Vikernes, the man behind black metal project Burzum, had served 16 years of a 21-year prison term – the maximum sentence in Norway – for the murder of Øystein Aarseth, known as Euronymous, the guitar player of black metal band Mayhem. “

    Vikernes had also been convicted of arson attacks on four churches. He was freed in May 2009. He then moved to France with his wife and three children.

    Vikernes, a Pagan and vocal neo-Nazi sympathiser, had reportedly received a copy of the manifesto of Anders Behring Breivik, the far-right terrorist responsible for the July 2011 Oslo bombing and Utoeya Massacre which left 77 dead. Breivik was sentenced to 21 years in jail for terrorism on August 2012.

    Breivik sending a copy of a manifesto setting out his ideology to Vikernes, an official at the prosecutor’s office said. “That was the origin of the investigation… There were several suspicions that made the services fear he could possibly carry out a violent act,” the official said.

    On his website, Vikernes discusses Breivik’s manifesto, but in a post called “War in Europe: Part V – Breivik Unveiled” he also criticises the murderer for killing more innocent Norwegians than Muslims. Vikernes, who describes himself as a “pagan,” accuses Breivik of being a Zionist agent and “Christian loser”.

    “If you, dear European nationalists, really want to save Europe (as a biological term) you have to realise that the only thing to do is to cast aside all Christian other international nonsense and embrace only the European (i.e. Pagan) values and ideals and if you like the European deities as well,” said the posting, dated December 13. “If you work for Christianity in any way you work for the Jews. Plain and simple.”

    Neo-Nazi and black metal star Varg Vikernes arrested in France

    http://www.euronews.com/2013/07/16/neo-nazi-and-black-metal-star-varg-vikernes-arrested-in-france-/

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  54. BabbaZee8:51 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S1vLC637cx0

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  55. pbird9:05 AM

    ayyiii good morning

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  56. pbird9:07 AM

    me neither...that is a fuzzy chick

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  57. pbird9:08 AM

    is that where you can't tell where your body is and what stuff it is made of? some of that is pretty crazy...i go look at article

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  58. pbird9:16 AM

    all I can tell you is that for me its a subset of seeing, I bumble around and every once in a while some composition shows itself to me and I tries to catch it but my camera isn't much so often I don't catch it

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  59. BulgarWheat9:31 AM

    was the bed armed and loaded?

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  60. BulgarWheat9:47 AM

    howdy, pbird. I go try to find some more pictures with regular lense now

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  61. pbird9:49 AM

    happy hunting!

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  62. Skip V. Patel10:10 AM

    Always utilise your lens shade!

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  63. BabbaZee10:25 AM

    How is Old Bird?

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  64. BulgarWheat10:39 AM

    QUEEN APPROVES GAY MARRIAGE...



    Sure, Prince Charles is a goofy looking git,...but at least his Mum loves him.

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  65. BulgarWheat10:40 AM

    got nothin', nada! Zip!

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  66. he is fine, they think he dissolved the little thing pretty quick...it just affected his leg for a few hours

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  67. it was a horribly muggy night, is cool now so maybe i sleep for a while

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  68. Skip V. Patel10:45 AM

    http://www.amazon.com/HDE-Camera-EW-60C-Rebel-Canon/dp/B002CIBK0W

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  69. BulgarWheat10:49 AM

    Study: Automated law enforcement scanners have records on
    location and movement -- of every vehicle in USA!

    http://www.myfoxny.com/Story/22863801/driving-somewhere-theres-a-government-record-of-that


    what could possibly go wrong?

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  70. BabbaZee10:52 AM

    ullullullullulllullu

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  71. BabbaZee10:52 AM

    zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

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  72. Skip V. Patel10:54 AM

    We have good cause to abhor the surveillance state


    (Who'd have imagined that the Germans would have to lecture us about freedom and liberty?)

    The Gestapo and the Stasi taught Germans a hard lesson, writes Constanze Stelzenmüller

    Ah, German hypocrisy! During the cold war, you marched waving “Ami, Go Home” placards, but still let us protect you against the Soviets.

    http://www.gmfus.org/archives/we-have-good-cause-to-abhor-the-surveillance-state/

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  73. BabbaZee11:03 AM

    pbird that is the same one I posted last night that had the access denied when you clicketied

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  74. BulgarWheat11:20 AM

    I don't have a lens shade. Just a regular and telephoto lens. No other frills other than an telescoping pole to steady the camera.

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  75. Skip V. Patel11:31 AM

    New video of drone crashing into a C-160 cargo plane in Afghanistan raises concern over German UAVs safety

    http://theaviationist.com/2013/07/16/heron-vs-c-160/

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  76. mawskrat11:39 AM

    hello me Ferals

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  77. BulgarWheat11:49 AM

    howdy

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  78. BulgarWheat11:49 AM

    never heard of a C-160 before.

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  79. BulgarWheat11:50 AM

    access has been granted.

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  80. Kreuzueber Halbmond12:12 PM

    BW - on the subject of photography and light - depending on your camera, there is a gadget called a polarizing filter that screws to the lens. Not very costly and can really improve the quality of your images with regard to light angles, etc., by rotating the filter. Bluer skies, less glare, removes unwanted reflections and such. Used to one when I was into photography with my old film camera.

    http://digital-photography-school.com/how-to-use-and-buy-polarizing-filters

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  81. Skip V. Patel12:18 PM

    Absolutely!

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  82. BabbaZee12:35 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xSxd2L8Q8Do

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  83. okie, i will read

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  84. gotta run around for a while, be good

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  85. Kreuzueber Halbmond12:53 PM

    I've also learned that if you try too hard, it is often difficult to get that special shot you are looking for. I believe some of the best photos I ever took happened when I wasn't consciously trying. To me, what separates excellent photos from plain ones are the shots that translate the purely physical into an image that captures and reflects the spiritual nature at work within each of us at the moment that shutter is clicked.

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  86. BabbaZee1:10 PM

    iAgree

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  87. Skip V. Patel1:26 PM

    Due to Increased Regulations, Millions of Americans Abroad Forced to Reconsider U.S. Citizenship


    The Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act, or Fatca, is forcing millions of Americans living abroad to reconsider their U.S. citizenship, a lawyer, Colleen Graffy, writes in the Wall Street Journal.

    "The legislation is Fatca, the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act. To appreciate its breathtaking scope along with America's unique "citizen-based" tax practices, imagine this: You were born in California, moved to New York for education or work, fell in love, married and had children. Even though you have faithfully paid taxes in New York and haven't lived in California for 25 years, suppose California law required that you also file your taxes there because you were born there.

    "A particularly alarming aspect of Fatca is that it seeks to co-opt foreign banks as long-arm enforcement agencies of the Internal Revenue Service—even when it might contravene that country's own privacy or data-protection laws. (Read on folks, read on)

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/due-increased-regulations-millions-americans-abroad-forced-reconsider-us-citizenship_739896.html

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  88. Skip V. Patel1:30 PM

    Learn to swim around the fecal matter. Do not accidentally swallow any
    water you swim in. Wash off real good before going home. Fecal matter
    tips of the day.

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  89. BabbaZee1:44 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Xg2v_T2XH8

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  90. buzzsawmonkey1:49 PM

    On Monday evening, the evening of Tisha B'Av, the annual day of mourning for the destruction of the Temple, there was a "program" at the synagogue after evening prayers and the reading of Lamentations were over.


    It was yet another lugubrious reminiscence of the Holocaust, and I could not take it---I walked out. I believe that the Holocaust needs to be remembered, but I think it is long past time for it to be remembered in context, and not remembered merely as something that happened to Dad, or---more likely these days---Grandpa or Great-Grandpa.


    Viewing the Holocaust as a discreet event, free-standing, blinds us to the modern-day holocausts around us, or brewing around us---and the connection some of them have to that horrific event. Could well-meaning Jewish children make common cause with the "Palestinians," as many do, if they realized there was a direct connection between the "Palestinian" ideology and Hitler's Nazis?


    Does not concentration on "the Holocaust" blind us to the modern-day holocaust of ill-taught Judaism falling prey to the "progressive" ideologies taught in public schools?


    Does it not blind us to the fact that the people sporting swastika armbands and brown shirts today are little more than WWII re-enactors, as politically irrelevant as Civil War re-enactors---and that the new Nazis who are arising are more likely to be sporting a pin with an Obama "O" on their shirts than some motheaten Hitlerian relic?

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  91. BabbaZee1:50 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5LY5by6msfk

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  92. BabbaZee1:56 PM

    lugubrious:
    exaggeratedly or affectedly mournful

    I do not know. I was not there so I can't assess the sort of "program" it was and if it was "out of context"

    I do know that it has to be remembered and especially now because soon everyone who witnessed it first hand will be dead and the the rewriting of history can really begin.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_TEwesv1gug

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  93. BulgarWheat2:02 PM

    excellent observation. I shall adopt this.

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  94. buzzsawmonkey2:03 PM

    Yes, but the programs I see are usually same-old same-old. It's time people realized that everything except the camps was inflicted on the Jews of Eastern Europe after WWI, only 20 years earlier; the massacres, the herding of families into the synagogues that were then burned over them, the starvation---all of it.


    The Holocaust was terrible because of the number killed, the introduction of mechanized genocide, and because it was an example of the world being perfectly happy to sit by and watch if they thought it would buy them a few moments' more peace.


    If the people who "remember" the Holocaust don't know these contextual things, and cannot enunciate them, all the "memory" in the world will do no good. Individual atrocities no matter how ghastly have an automatic expiration date whereafter they have little power to evoke what they should.

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  95. BabbaZee2:08 PM

    So if you are involved in this synagogue and care about it and the people that go to it maybe you should tell them next time you want to direct their holocaust remembrance program or at least help them put it together so that it is more effective?

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  96. buzzsawmonkey2:33 PM

    "Involved?" Well...sort of, at this point. The rabbi has largely killed the congregation, and is too much of a control freak to even begin to understand what I'm talking about here.


    I'm discussing this here because I figured it would help me get my own thoughts in order.

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  97. BabbaZee3:37 PM

    Maybe you should consider quitting it in that case - sounds like an unproductive drag

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

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  98. pbird4:08 PM

    Heading north just now on the freeway, right before I hit town I came upon an odd arrest scene. I saw four black utility type vehicles with red and blue lights in the windows all lined up after this young girl who was sitting on the rail there with handcuffs on. Four of these guys to stop her car and search it. There were no insignia on the black vans. I have never seen those before.

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  99. pbird4:16 PM

    speaking of photos, I just snapped this with my phone on the way into my old geezer's driveway. The weird thing is this is probably one of the trees I drug home as a sapling and planted. Look how big it is! My GOD. That was probably over fifty years ago.

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  100. pbird4:22 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K0E9k70Tpz8

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  101. pbird4:31 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=5RAaW_1FzYg#at=233

    " Every day, all day, the Russian roadways are Ben Hur and Mad Max rolled up in one. Or, more to the point, rolled over into one. But until I saw this one, I never realized why they all drive like blind drunken mental patients: Russians are indestructible. Go ahead; try to break one. Other Russians, who are also indestructible, apparently, take their best shots with dump trucks and semi trailers and econoboxes alike. What chance would a normal human have against a Russian? None."

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  102. BabbaZee4:32 PM

    wowza!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Re5g-WHATWQ

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  103. BabbaZee4:33 PM

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

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  104. pbird4:37 PM

    they appeared to be corporeal!

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  105. pbird4:38 PM

    oh yeaah long time

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  106. pbird4:39 PM

    btw my father finally told me i was a good girl, shall i laugh or cry

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  107. pbird4:52 PM

    borrowed from American Digest

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  108. pbird4:58 PM

    It's not like she has any qualms about telling people how to live their lives, so it really is a stumper why America's First Lady wouldn't want to bring out the best in America's daughters. Unless... Well, there is a side-effect to teaching people to respect and, therefore, govern themselves. When people trust, respect and govern themselves, there is no need for her obese government to tell them what to do, and monitor their energy and check their fuel usage and plan their meals and so on. So, perhaps I have found the reason why Mrs. Obama doesn't teach the youth of today to respect themselves. Perhaps, it is because keeping them degraded and sexually promiscuous and ruled by emotion keeps them dependent on government. - See more at: http://cnsnews.com/commentary/jen-kuznicki/michelle-obama-could-help-stop-sexism-and-cultural-rot-if-she-wanted#sthash.GrB3ODvN.dpuf

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  109. pbird7:48 PM

    making yogurt, with wild blackberry jam on the bottom. Hope it works!

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  110. pbird7:51 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=74J9IvJfZb8&feature=c4-overview&list=UULm4p1aWEkaZvtlm6e__nlA

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  111. BulgarWheat7:54 PM

    that sounds good

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  112. Q_Burn8:23 PM

    Lift up ya head!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-pbXyz293og

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  113. Q_Burn8:30 PM

    Bubbling time!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TWDxmWIQd0U

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  114. Q_Burn8:40 PM

    While life goes on everyone got to stand strong.. you can't surrender

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6u3-JNrWt7E

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  115. J.Gordon Schtinkelgruber8:57 PM

    Most food mixes are of dubious quality and a challenge to the digestive system. Babba recommended that I try "Levant Falafel Mix"...made by a Lesbianese company in Canada. I was amazed at the authentic flavour and and traditional seasoning of the Levant product.

    Thank you Babba.... This falafel mix shall find a permanent spot in my cupboard!

    J.Gordon Schtinkelgruber (You may know me as Satan on the television commercials for reverse mortgages)

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  116. Leon Von Leper8:59 PM

    Wow! Where did you find wild blackberries?

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  117. BabbaZee8:59 PM

    Pray for our friend Eran

    Pray for Dr Hugh Cort

    Pray for Old Bird

    Pray for Georges

    Oh pray for us all

    Eran:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pYxhIq41K5A

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  118. BabbaZee9:00 PM

    LeVant has paid him nothing for this!

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  119. BabbaZee9:07 PM

    ohhh my


    I would cry

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  120. BulgarWheat9:28 PM

    I'm convinced

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  121. BulgarWheat9:37 PM

    Good idea!

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  122. BulgarWheat9:37 PM

    Air Force Drone Crash Closes Remote Fla. Highway

    Read Latest Breaking News from Newsmax.com http://www.newsmax.com/US/Florida-Drone-Crash/2013/07/17/id/515657#ixzz2ZMBm295s
    Urgent: Should Obamacare Be Repealed? Vote Here Now!


    Wonder what those lads are up to?

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  123. pbird9:51 PM

    weez all need it, I was just wondering how Georges and Dr. Cort were doing

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  124. pbird9:52 PM

    mine daughter say she see sly and robbie in new york recently....was she pulling my leg?

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  125. pbird9:53 PM

    well i got the jam from an old lady last year, not sure where she got the berries....but i bet i could find some

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  126. pbird9:57 PM

    © Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

    lol

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  127. she said they were opening for somebody

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  128. Grammy Cracker1:10 AM

    My house is finally a comfortable 72˚, B”H. So, did I stay home today and enjoy the cool? Not so much; I spent the afternoon walking around in 100˚ heat at the Ann Arbor Art Fair. Oy vey. I did get some nice pieces and had a really fabulous dinner though.


    Prayers for everyone, always. I go to bed now. Sleep well my dears. 💗

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  129. pbird2:01 AM

    Goodnight Grammy. Enjoy the coolth!

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  130. BulgarWheat4:52 AM

    it's very confusing being the new criminal class. They'll need one of those Crime Scene Investigator shows to get me up to speed I fear.

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  131. BulgarWheat5:05 AM

    adios.
    dream time across the feral nation once again.

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  132. BulgarWheat5:25 AM

    Well, it seems this is another vacation with minimal to almost no rest, arranging to get a family picture seems to be impossible, and already others are making plans for the vacation next year. Masochism and having to pay for it ta boot...
    I tried to bow out as gracefully as I'm able to for next year. I've just lost a job I've had for 13 years and making those kinds of commitments seems a little presumptuous. The daughter starts college in about a months time, we're still going to need to get some work done on the home, and day to day needs aren't going away as far as bills go.
    I also let everyone know that I'll be making my own vacation plans from now on. I feel like something I began 14 years ago has been hijacked from me. To enjoy my vacation week, it has to be put in place by me according to my terms. If someone wants to join that's fine of course, but I establish the terms. For 11 out of 14 years that's the way it's been. I recognize that I'm being a control freak here, but with so many things in life spinning out of control I find that I'm putting my foot down against more and more. Family included.
    I love these people. That's not the issue. The issue is that I want some semblance of control back in my life.
    Also, financially if push comes to shove, my daughter's education, our home, and basic needs have to come first. There may or may not be a week at the beach next year. That's a reality that I'm fully prepared to deal with. Life is about GOD's word and how we manage it is about prioritizing WHAT sounds like fun and WHAT is essential. That may sound a bit harsh, but it's reality.
    Everyone got very quiet after I let them all know that my family is not to be included for next years plans and GOD willing, if I'm able to, I'll be making my own plans.
    And to think, Mr. Popularity was almost within my grasp!

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  133. BulgarWheat6:20 AM

    My daughter is the shorter of the two. My niece just had her 16th birthday Tuesday this week. These two are the best of friends. They vanish whenever we get the two families together and go off and do their own thing. There's a two and a half year difference in ages, but that has never mattered. I imagine they'll dance at one another's weddings, attend each others children's Baptisms, and probably get together with their families a couple times a year the remainder of their lives. They're wonderful young ladies and I'm proud of both of them.

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  134. BulgarWheat6:21 AM

    I can't see what the problem with beach burqas is anyhow.

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  135. BulgarWheat7:20 AM

    Saw a some dolphin. I tried like heck to see if I could get a shot, but I'm not sure I got anything. I'll have to find out. Download the pictures and check it out. It's all timing and my timing wasn't especially keen this morning. Guess I'll go look now. I like that about this beach. They keep the big mean nasty's away.

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  136. BulgarWheat7:41 AM

    Got a couple porpoise shots. It was a very small pod and timing was everything this morning

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  137. BulgarWheat7:56 AM

    nice angle, excellent sunlight

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  138. Skip V. Patel8:20 AM

    Grassley to Holder: Why is Your Department Hiding New Fast and Furious Murders?

    Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley has sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder reminding him that the Department of Justice has an obligation to inform Congress when Operation Fast and Furious weapons are found at crime scenes. Just last week, the Los Angeles Times reported Mexican Police Chief Luis Astorga and his body guard were killed by cartels using guns from the lethal operation.

    http://cowboybyte.com/23111/grassley-to-holder-why-is-your-department-hiding-new-fast-and-furious-murders/

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  139. pbird8:36 AM

    lol, hi dad....

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  140. Skip V. Patel8:40 AM

    More Beach Babes!

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  141. pbird8:40 AM

    good morning lone survivors.

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  142. pbird8:43 AM

    TSA SEARCHING PARKED CARS AT AIRPORTS

    http://www.whec.com/news/stories/S3101080.shtml?cat=566

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  143. BulgarWheat8:47 AM

    hello, pbird. I'm in and out so much that I seem to miss other folks. This "not a blaggah" is like trapping people into a home vacation slide show they can't escape sometimes.
    I enjoy that.

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  144. BulgarWheat8:48 AM

    I kinda liked that one also. The light has to be right. It's like a small reward.

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  145. BulgarWheat8:49 AM

    Mexico or Moraine, Ohio

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  146. pbird8:49 AM

    I like contrasty pictures. I wanna see some form jump out at me.

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  147. BulgarWheat8:50 AM

    The fisher mens was out this morning. Again, I love how the light adds so much to the photo

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  148. pbird8:52 AM

    a young friend of ours who was a pretty good photog did a portrait of my sister and her then hub way before time began, and the image of her was all made of light with very little shadow and the image of him was all in shadow with very little light, it was a very good shot

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  149. Skip V. Patel8:53 AM

    New Jersey..... Christie's New Joisey

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  150. BulgarWheat8:53 AM

    mo fishermens with excellent lighting.

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  151. pbird8:56 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cfoLYTKObiU&feature=player_embedded#at=22

    here;s a drone for ya

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  152. BulgarWheat8:56 AM

    I didn't know the term for that, but that sounds right to me. I'm also searching for Babba-Angle

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  153. pbird9:00 AM

    ridiculous

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  154. pbird9:02 AM

    sometimes I stick my camera somewhere I cannot go and snap pictures without knowing what I am getting. Its like a robot's eye view and sometimes rather weird.

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  155. BulgarWheat9:04 AM

    nice colors up the strand

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  156. BulgarWheat9:05 AM

    you talked me into it. I'll take it to bed for under cover shots. I've got a flash

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  157. pbird9:07 AM

    she's gonna love it!!! lol

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  158. BulgarWheat9:09 AM

    heh

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  159. pbird9:09 AM

    hey, where's that chick with the hot pink icon?

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  160. pbird9:14 AM

    ‘Ridiculous’: Reporters Mock, Sneer At Daily Caller Intern Who Dared Ask Jay Carney A Question


    http://www.mediaite.com/tv/rediculous-reporters-mock-sneer-at-daily-caller-intern-who-dared-ask-jay-carney-a-question/

    The impropriety displayed on Wednesday by a high school-age intern who dared to ask White House Press Secretary Jay Carney a question relating to the security provided to the family of George Zimmerman knows no bounds. That is apparently the opinion of a number of members of the political press. After an intern had the temerity to ask Carney a question, the political media flew into a tizzy over the presumptuousness of the intern and turned to mocking him and the venue which credentialed him to be in the Briefing Room in the first place.

    Moments after the event which shall henceforth be known as “Intern-Gate,” POLITICO’s Jennifer Epstein quickly posted a three sentence write up chronicling the incident. A subsequent post from Epstein revealed that the 16-year-old intern, Gabe Finger, asked Carney about the security provided Zimmerman’s family in the wake of the controversial not guilty verdict handed down last Saturday. Carney said that President Barack Obama and the Martin family have called for a non-violent reaction to the verdict.

    “So, they’re on their own?” Finger followed up.

    “You can editorialize all you want, and I’m sure that you will, but that is a ridiculous statement,” Carney shot back.

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  161. BulgarWheat9:15 AM

    I go shave and shower. I needs me some ice, water, and I better check the milk situation too

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  162. pbird9:22 AM

    some people won't let ya copy stuff

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  163. pbird9:28 AM

    Nanny Bloomberg Filing Legislation To Try And Make People Take The Stairs Instead Of The Elevator…

    http://redalertpolitics.com/2013/07/17/nanny-state-mayor-bloomberg-introduces-legislation-encouraging-residents-to-take-stairs-instead-of-elevators/

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  164. pbird9:34 AM

    yes, its a nice yellow sunrise

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  165. pbird9:36 AM

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

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  166. mawskrat9:44 AM

    Good Mornin Ferality!

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  167. pbird9:46 AM

    goodmorning!

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  168. pbird9:49 AM

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Chances are, your local or state police departments have photographs of your car in their files, noting where you were driving on a particular day, even if you never did anything wrong.

    Using automated scanners, law enforcement agencies across the country have amassed millions of digital records on the location and movement of every vehicle with a license plate, according to a study published Wednesday by the American Civil Liberties Union. Affixed to police cars, bridges or buildings, the scanners capture images of passing or parked vehicles and note their location, uploading that information into police databases. Departments keep the records for weeks or years, sometimes indefinitely.

    http://news.yahoo.com/driving-somewhere-theres-govt-record-140052644.html

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  169. BulgarWheat10:46 AM

    porpoise picture

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  170. BulgarWheat11:23 AM

    no Babba this morning, eh? Hope she's doing well enough.

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  171. mawskrat11:37 AM

    nice Bulgar!

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  172. mawskrat11:38 AM

    another hot one today in the
    Ohio Valley

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  173. mawskrat12:05 PM

    A Ron Howard film...can't wait

    based on a true story

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdkIFrMY_v0

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  174. mawskrat12:09 PM

    Niki Lauda's near fatal crash
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YWksORxA9l0

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  175. mawskrat12:14 PM

    no one really wants to see this happen
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AtrzvwayniM

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  176. pbird1:00 PM

    No. I hate that.

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  177. pbird1:00 PM

    Probably had to go to doctor or something. That uses up a day like crazy.

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  178. Q_Burn2:07 PM

    Wondered what happened to these guys? I'm sure it's all for national security reasons..

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/congressman-benghazi-survivors-forced-sign-non-disclosure-agreements_739975.html

    "On Tuesday I raised the question of why none of the Benghazi survivors, whether State Department, CIA, or private security contract employees have testified publicly before Congress," said Wolf.

    "According to trusted sources that have contacted my office, many if not all of the survivors of the Benghazi attacks along with others at the Department of Defense, the CIA have been asked or directed to sign additional non-disclosure agreements about their involvement in the Benghazi attacks. Some of these new NDAs, as they call them, I have been told were signed as recently as this summer."

    Wolf continued: "It is worth nothing that the Marine Corps Times yesterday reported that the Marine colonel whose task force was responsible for special operations in northern and western Africa at the time of the attack is still on active duty despite claims that he retired. And therefore could not be forced to testify before Congress.

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  179. Skip V. Patel2:46 PM

    The Rulers of Draconia have decreed that no one shall be allowed to testify.

    Do not question authority.... OBEY!

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  180. Grammy Cracker2:49 PM

    We’re all in luck; the Pope will cut time off your sentence in purgatory in exchange for really sincere, repentant TWEETS. It’s high tech indulgences! Get yer account now! Oy.

    http://on.aol.com/video/pope-francis-to-let-people-tweet-their-way-out-of-purgatory-517861654?icid=maing-grid7%7Cmaing6%7Cdaily-buzz4%7Csec5_lnk2%7C345835

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  181. pbird2:59 PM

    good trick

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  182. pbird3:06 PM

    oh yeah?

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  183. Grammy Cracker3:15 PM

    LOL

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  184. Grammy Cracker3:29 PM

    Um, no thanks. I’m not hungry.

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  185. BulgarWheat3:46 PM

    Finally! I have a shot of the family from the beach! It took some work, but finally they all were present at the right time.


    My simple prayers have been answered.

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  186. pbird4:05 PM

    very nice

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  187. pbird4:06 PM

    nahhhhh

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  188. BulgarWheat5:45 PM

    danke. This was my Christmas present and birthday present all rolled into one! Not the easiest thing in the world to arrange or request. The boy either! They cooperated!


    I'll just glow in the warmth of the moment.

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  189. Storagemanager6:02 PM

    Jesse Jackson: Florida an 'Apartheid State'...
    Calls For Boycott...
    http://babbazeesbrain.blogspot.com/2013/07/amen-corner.html

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  190. Storagemanager6:03 PM

    http://www.drudgereport.com/

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  191. pbird7:09 PM

    you've only got three to round up...and they all still live with you. Just wait.

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  192. pbird8:31 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hTe5MaLetP4

    a nice case of Stockholm syndrome

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