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Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Smiling Faces

I hate and detest falsehood 
but I love your law.
Psalm 119


533 comments:

  1. ah nice and clean! Purty art and stuff.

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  2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L0SUT0OTFvY

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  3. mawskrat11:08 PM

    well Babba I did use kosher salt in the brine
    is that good////

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  4. pbird1:47 AM

    Looks like Tel Aviv to me. Goodnighties.

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  5. Skip V. Patel6:02 AM

    Yep! The Tayelit looking north.

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  6. Skip V. Patel6:06 AM

    Guns, Guts and a Lust for Freedom.


    Happy Independence Day!

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  7. Skip V. Patel6:26 AM

    The Framers of the Bill of Rights did not intend to ‘create’ rights. Rather, they designed the Bill of Rights to prohibit our Government from infringing rights and liberties presumed to be preexisting. Former Supreme Court Justice, William J. Brennan, Jr.

    No matter what “law” has been passed by any Congress, no matter what “judgment” has been pronounced by any court and no matter what enforcement has ever been authorized by any Administration, if these acts violated or overstepped the restrictions laid down in the Constitution or Bill of Rights, they were unlawful, injudicious and unauthorized.

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  8. BulgarWheat6:29 AM

    yeah,...I suppose we rocked back in the day.


    "those days are gone forever,....over a long time ago,...oh yeah"

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  9. Skip V. Patel6:38 AM

    Years later, Madison again urged the American people to guard against the expanse of government by invoking the principles underlying the revolution. He wrote:

    The people of the U.S. owe their independence & their liberty, to the wisdom of descrying in the minute tax of 3 pence on tea, the magnitude of the evil comprised in the precedent. Let them exert the same wisdom, in watching against every evil lurking under plausible disguises, and growing up from small beginnings.

    Celebrating the Declaration of Independence

    http://www.americanthinker.com/2013/07/celebrating_the_declaration_of_independence.html?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

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  10. BulgarWheat6:42 AM

    a relative of mine, Thomas Lynch. My older brother has his silver baby spoon and some of his papers.

    Like two of the three other South Carolina signers, Heyward and Middleton, Thomas Lynch, Jr., was an aristocratic planter. But, despite his wealth and social position, he experienced one of the most tragic lives of all the signers. He was stricken by illness in the midst of his political and military labors for his State, never fully recovered his health, and perished at sea in his 30th year. He died at a younger age than any other signer, though a couple succumbed at an earlier date. He was also the second youngest in the group, next to fellow South Carolinian Edward Rutledge.


    the rest of our line were probably all scallywags anyhow.

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  11. Skip V. Patel6:45 AM

    The Republic was a great idea... even better than Google!

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  12. BulgarWheat6:46 AM

    the Lynch fambly from South Carolina are fast to anger and slow to forgive. It is said we can hold a grudge generation after generation.


    Probably some of Skip's old pals from Belfast. Bomb tossers and attorneys the whole lot. I'm neither.

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  13. BulgarWheat6:51 AM

    this country has become too ignorant to maintain a Republic as our founding fathers had intended. this makes me very sad. I feel that I've contributed in my own way, but have come up short. It was all for naught. A grand experiment while it lasted.


    Today I grieve the end of a beautiful vision and willful ignorance of a once great nation. I grieve the insult and lack of appreciation of those great men who gave all for a nation no longer willing or interested in preserving the Republic as was intended.

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  14. Skip V. Patel6:55 AM

    I've always liked patriotic scallywags.

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  15. Skip V. Patel7:04 AM

    I am afraid most folks have forgotten what this day is suppose to commemorate.

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  16. BulgarWheat7:06 AM

    so go ahead and get drunk, post oymerica. hand your wee little ones a flag so that our elected officials can trample it along with the constitution.



    it's actually worse than we thought. enough from me already. I've read the writing on the wall.

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  17. BulgarWheat7:07 AM

    forgotten or never learned. the re-education was intentional. I have no feelings of mercy for them.

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  18. Skip V. Patel7:15 AM

    Accountability and compliance with the Constitution is what is required, then all would be as it should.

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  19. Skip V. Patel7:18 AM

    PBird's photo of the Para and the chick (down a few posts) makes me realise that having to fight for survival all the time does have some benefits.

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  20. Skip V. Patel7:23 AM

    Chai Tea Recalled for Botulism Risk

    By News Desk | July 1, 2013


    A Washington state company is recalling its chai tea because the beverage was improperly processed and therefore has the potential to be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum bacteria.

    Harmony Chai of Eastsound, WA issued a voluntary recall of its concentrated black spiced and decaffeinated roobius chai teas Friday after testing by the Washington State Department of Agriculture revealed the product had not been processed in a way that prevents Clostridium botulinum contamination.

    http://www.foodsafetynews.com/2013/07/chai-tea-recalled-for-botulism-risk/

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  21. Skip V. Patel7:24 AM

    Let's ask the flag wavers how many stars are on the (Chinese made) flag.

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  22. Storagemanager7:27 AM

    The ottomans are not happy....and that makes me happy..........
    Turkey’s Ruling Party, Opposition Unite to Condemn Egypt Coup
    In a rare show of unity, both Turkey's ruling AK Party and opposition Republican People's Party have condemned Egypt's coup d'état.http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/169587#.UdVb1Z0o670

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  23. Storagemanager7:31 AM

    jihad tv...very sad.............
    Report: Al Jazeera’s Egypt Offices Raided, Staffers Arrested By Military…Update: Al Jazeera Claiming 4 TV Channels Taken Off Air http://weaselzippers.us/

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  24. Skip V. Patel7:40 AM

    President Hamid Karzai, who views the United States as an unreliable ally, is seeking a firm commitment on troop levels, as well as a mutual security pact.

    KABUL, Afghanistan — It was not until after the meeting of top security officials had ended, as President Hamid Karzai stood in a corridor with a handful of advisers, that his frustration with the United States boiled over.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/04/world/asia/karzai-frustrated-wants-firm-pledges-from-us.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&smid=tw-nytimes&_r=0

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  25. Storagemanager7:41 AM

    Amen

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  26. BabbaZee7:43 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNPIMnRh3Jo&feature=youtu.be

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  27. BulgarWheat7:45 AM

    five

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  28. BabbaZee7:47 AM

    Egyptian police officer trying to protect protesters shot dead by morsis gangsters, caught on video

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LAI6ORPtEQc

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  29. BabbaZee7:48 AM

    From Zerubbabel

    what MSM didnt report, is that muslim brotherhood was killing protesters and cops and military staff

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zi5emVuwb8g

    the man without hair says they have heavy weapons, sniper, and no one is coming to stop it no police no army.
    he continues to say if this continues another hour, the whole people of the neighborhood will come and fight, its a matter of life or death

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  30. Skip V. Patel7:48 AM

    Must be an old photo... under O'Bama the Marines must remove the bolts from their rifles.

    http://www.examiner.com/article/disabled-marine-rifles-at-inauguration-signal-shift-administration-policy

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  31. Storagemanager7:50 AM

    Sorry Obama....the Caliphate hit a speed bump...haahahahahahahahahaha

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  32. BulgarWheat7:51 AM

    life or death will get assholes and elbows moving.


    amazing what fear of death can make someone do...

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  33. BabbaZee7:52 AM

    weee!

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  34. Storagemanager7:53 AM

    One Muslim Brotherhood president has been overthrown. But the other one is still on his second term................
    We are deeply concerned by the decision of the Egyptian Armed Forces to remove President Morsy and suspend the Egyptian constitution. I now call on the Egyptian military to move quickly and responsibly to return full authority back to a democratically elected civilian government as soon as possible through an inclusive and transparent process, and to avoid any arbitrary arrests of President Morsy and his supporters. Given today’s developments, I have also directed the relevant departments and agencies to review the implications under U.S. law for our assistance to the Government of Egypt.http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/obama-issues-statement-warning-against-arrest-of-morsi-and-brotherhood-members/

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  35. Storagemanager7:58 AM

    Obama and his demons must be very unhappy.....have a beer and think of murder...it might lighten your mood Barry

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  36. Skip V. Patel8:03 AM

    You're A Grand Old Flag

    Steyn's Song for the Season

    by George M Cohan

    http://www.steynonline.com/5657/youre-a-grand-old-flag

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  37. Storagemanager8:07 AM

    This day...we should remember that men like Bulgar fought so we could have a beer in peace.....that men died so we could grill our steaks and fish in our lakes......We light our fireworks...and forget men died from gunfire....lets take a minute and remember what the day is for.....thank you for your service....even if....we lost what you fought for.

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  38. BulgarWheat8:09 AM

    thank you, storage! it used to be a different world.


    at least I thought it was.

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  39. Skip V. Patel8:12 AM

    Now we can blame our beer drinking on Dr.Wheat


    Yippeeeeeeeeeeeee!

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  40. BabbaZee8:13 AM

    I thought it was my fault!

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  41. BulgarWheat8:13 AM

    get in line, skippy, get in line,...
    heh

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  42. BulgarWheat8:13 AM

    think of me as helper.

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  43. BulgarWheat8:15 AM

    I cook up some bacon. I have the tile folks coming back again today and have to get a shave and a shower. hell! they had off cinco de mayo already, so they may as well work.

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  44. BabbaZee8:15 AM

    Kosher Pork

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  45. BulgarWheat8:16 AM

    porsher kork?

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  46. Storagemanager8:17 AM

    I am so happy...that Turkey is unhappy...................Turkey deeply concerned over Morsi's removal in an 'unacceptable coup'
    http://www.todayszaman.com/news-319980-.html

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  47. Storagemanager8:18 AM

    I am so happy...that Obama is unhappy

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  48. Storagemanager8:20 AM

    German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Wednesday Turkey should not join the European Union as it was not part of Europe, bluntly underlining Berlin's opposition to the long-running membership bid.

    Germany pressed the 28-member bloc to delay a new round of membership talks last week, in response to Ankara's crackdown on anti-government protesters.

    Brussels postponed the discussions for at least four months, but said the path to Turkey's membership was still open.

    "We should not accept Turkey as a full member ... Turkey is not part of Europe," Schaeuble said at an election rally by his and Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democrat (CDU) party in the western German city of Duesseldorf.

    Germany and France have always had concerns about allowing a largely Muslim country of 76 million people into the bloc, fearing that Turkey's cultural differences and its size will make it too difficult to integrate.
    http://www.todayszaman.com/news-319966-german-finance-minister-says-turkey-is-not-part-of-europe.html

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  49. Storagemanager8:22 AM

    Twilight Zone and Outer limits....................Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported that Turkey's Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdağ said that military intervention does not reflect the will of the Egyptian people, and demanded that the country "returns to democracy". According to him, "in democratic countries, elections is the only way to take power."



    Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said that Ankara opposes the arrest of Muslim Brotherhood leaders. Davutoğlu further added the "militant revolution" in Egypt is unacceptable by his country. (Ynet)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  50. Storagemanager8:24 AM

    If only we could arrest the American brothers.............................
    Egypt orders Brotherhood arrests, interim leader sworn in http://www.reuters.com/

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  51. Storagemanager8:25 AM

    Don't be stupid Storage...we would never arrest Obama.

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  52. Storagemanager8:29 AM

    Iran.....our money paid for a second Arab spring....looks like Obama needs another stimulus bill..
    or a loan from Mecca...

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  53. BabbaZee8:35 AM

    Morphi

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  54. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    Obama is like the kid who keeps getting ball stolen...

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  55. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    Cheer up Barry.....There is always Turkey...

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  56. BabbaZee8:38 AM

    Manic Depressive Pictures Presents

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HoEUxTTobZ0

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  57. Storagemanager8:39 AM

    hahahahahaha.............

    The party of Tunisia's president condemned on Thursday the Egyptian military's overthrow of President Mohamed Morsi as a blow to democracy, in the first public reaction to events in Cairo from the cradle of the "Arab Spring" movement.



    The head of Egypt's Constitutional Court, Adli Mansour, was sworn in as interim head of state of the Arab world's most populous nation earlier on Thursday, a day after the Islamist president's dramatic removal from power. (Reuters)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  58. Storagemanager8:41 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pa-dGYjSq5k

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  59. Storagemanager8:43 AM

    Islam + democracy = madness...chaos....Obama?

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  60. BabbaZee8:44 AM

    The Gypsy Drinking Song

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RuU9gtsjzww

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  61. Storagemanager8:46 AM

    Eat shit Turkey....................

    Former IDF chief: Morsi's fall doesn't pose immediate danger to Israel
    Ashkenazi says Egyptian army is too busy with domestic concerns to pose any threat to Israel, but warns situation in Egypt is still volatile; Hanegbi hopeful Morsi's ouster could strengthen future diplomatic ties with Cairo.http://www.jpost.com/

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  62. BabbaZee8:48 AM

    India’s environmental and food security activists who have so far succeeded in stalling attempts to introduce genetically modified (GM) food crops into this largely farming country now find themselves up against a bill in parliament that could criminalise such opposition.

    "If the new bill is passed...it will only be a matter of time before India becomes a GM banana republic." -- Devinder Sharma The Biotechnology Regulatory Authority of India (BRAI) bill, introduced into parliament in April, provides for ‘single window clearance’ for projects by biotechnology and agribusiness companies including those to bring GM food crops into this country, 70 percent of whose 1.1 billion people are involved in agricultural activities.

    http://www.ipsnews.net/2013/06/india-goes-bananas-over-gm-crops/

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  63. Storagemanager8:48 AM

    Obama laid a Turkey in Egypt...hahahahahaha

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  64. Storagemanager8:50 AM

    DUBAI - The United Arab Emirates and Kuwait congratulated Adli Mansour after he was sworn in as Egypt's new interim leader on Thursday, a day after the military overthrew Muslim Brotherhood President Mohamed Morsi.

    Most Gulf Arab states, rattled by the rise of Islamists in the Middle East, watched with relief as the Egyptian army stepped in to try to end the most serious crisis in the Arab world's most populous country since President Hosni Mubarak was overthrown in 2011.

    "We followed with all consideration and satisfaction the national consensus that your brotherly country is witnessing, and which had played a prominent role in leading Egypt peacefully out of the crisis it had faced," UAE President Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed al-Nahayan said in a cable to Mansour.

    Kuwait's ruler Sheikh Sabah al-Ahmad al-Sabah congratulated Egypt's interim president and people. The KUNA state news agency said Sheikh Sabah praised Egypt's armed forces for the "positive and historic role" it played in preserving stability http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/UAE-Kuwait-congratulate-Egypts-Mansour-318750

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  65. Storagemanager8:52 AM

    A funny thing happened on the way to the Caliphate.....

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  66. Storagemanager8:53 AM

    Potato pancakes....yeah baby!

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  67. Storagemanager8:55 AM

    Obama....oy...take my wife...please!

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  68. Storagemanager8:57 AM

    CAIRO (AP) - Princess Fawzia, a member of Egypt's last royal family and the first wife of Iran's later-deposed monarch, has died, Iranian opposition groups said. She was 92.

    Fawzia died Tuesday in Egypt's Mediterranean port city of Alexandria, the Paris-based opposition groups said, but no cause of death was immediately known.

    She was the daughter of Egyptian King Fuad I, who ruled until 1936. Her brother and nephew later rose to the throne before the monarchy was toppled in 1953.

    In 1939, Fawzia married Iran's then-crown prince, Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, who was overthrown in the 1979 Islamic Revolution. They divorced in 1945 after having one daughter.

    Fawzia remarried in 1949 to an Egyptian army officer.

    She was to be buried Wednesday in Cairo.

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  69. Storagemanager9:04 AM

    Obama’s New World Order: Power to Our Enemies, Death to Our Friends…
    http://pjmedia.com/michaelledeen/2013/07/03/obamas-new-world-order-power-to-our-enemies-death-to-our-friends-a-fish-in-the-presidents-face/2/

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  70. Storagemanager9:10 AM

    Qatar's new emir congratulated interim Egyptian leader Adli Mansour on taking office, official media said, after the military overthrew elected President Mohamed Morsi, an Islamist whose government received backing from Gulf Arab state.



    The official Qatar news agency reported on Thursday that cables of congratulation had been sent to Mansour by Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, who acceded to power last week when his father stepped down, and Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Abdullah bin Nasser al-Thani. (Reuters)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  71. BulgarWheat9:19 AM

    incredibly thick bacon with an egg fried over a corn tortillo, some sour cream and a dash of picante sauce.


    that's actually pretty good. once you've turned the tortillo once, simply break and egg over it and let it continue to fry up. turn it once for about 30 seconds to completely cook. break up the bacon and sprinkle it over the top.

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  72. BulgarWheat9:27 AM

    I would have loved to plate that up for each of you this morning. You would have enjoyed it. Heuvos Bulgar with sour cream and picante' sauce over a lightly fried corn tortillo. It was beuno, ya'll.

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  73. pbird9:31 AM

    sounds nice

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  74. pbird9:31 AM

    ohhhhh, wanted to post that yesterday!

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  75. BulgarWheat9:32 AM

    might make another batch for the lads working upstairs. I'll try to snap a picture.

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  76. Skip V. Patel9:33 AM

    Hmmmm..... I seem to be hungry all of a sudden.

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  77. pbird9:36 AM

    uh oh, no more a dat for a while

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  78. pbird9:45 AM

    The American West, 150 Years Ago

    http://www.theatlantic.com/infocus/2012/05/the-american-west-150-years-ago/100304/

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  79. pbird9:49 AM

    near my birthplace somewhat later..i really was born in the desert, haha

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  80. pbird9:51 AM

    3000 Classic Books on 1 Flash Drive

    i know you want this BZ!

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  81. pbird9:56 AM

    A general lesson of history is that it’s a bad idea to resent your fellow countrymen so much that you want to import some foreigners to put them in their place.

    For instance, this didn’t really work out for the 12th-century Irish warlord who thought it would be a great idea to get the upper hand in an internecine struggle by inviting some Norman English knights over to help him. These were Vikings who had conquered a chunk of France and then all of England—in other words, some seriously scary guys. It took until 1922 merely to get their descendants to give back southern Ireland.

    http://takimag.com/article/lincolns_folly_steve_sailer/print#ixzz2Y5KVg77H

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  82. Skip V. Patel9:58 AM

    Well put! I have been saying the same thing since 1967

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  83. The 16th president has been so sanctified that we’re not supposed to notice that Lincoln’s insularity left him unready to lead during the great crisis of secession in 1860-1861. Conversely, Lincoln’s detractors like to portray him as a power-mad dictator. Yet his actions during the crucial months in which the Civil War might have been averted are most redolent of a crafty small-town lawyer who was badly in over his head in his new role. Lincoln worked hard and learned fast, but by the time he was ready for his job, the worst catastrophe in American history was underway.

    http://takimag.com/article/lincolns_folly_steve_sailer/print#ixzz2Y5LKKIwa

    its an interesting article

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  84. Today, more than 43 NGO representatives were found guilty of operating illegally in Egypt and the organizations offices will be closed immediately and their assets seized. Among them, 16 are Americans, according to the report from USA Today. The State Department has deemed the trial as “politically motivated” and running counter to their “transition to democracy” in a statement from John Kerry. More proof that our State Dept was, and still is, out of touch, since they believed that Egypt was ever considering transitioning into a democracy.

    The problem of NGO’s operating illegally in Egypt goes back to before the Arab Spring and the jumping off of protests in Cairo and Alexandria in 2011. The crackdown on NGO’s started in Egypt a year earlier when youth groups first tried to set-off their revolutionary movement. It was then that the government of Egypt reacted and started gathering information on the groups operating inside of Egypt whose goal it was to depose then President Hosni Mubarak.

    http://ameristroika.wordpress.com/2013/06/04/egypt-43-ngos-found-guilty-arab-springs-final-failure/

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  85. Skip V. Patel10:20 AM

    This is another manifestation of what John Derbyshire calls the Cold Civil War: “good old American sectionalism—two big groups of white people who can’t stand the sight of each other.”

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  86. Skip V. Patel10:21 AM

    These days, America has to actively import its enemies, such as the Tsarnaev Brothers, who were given valuable refugee status despite being on the winning side back home in Chechnya.

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  87. On July 2, Canadian authorities announced the arrest of two Canadian-born citizens in a terror plot involving pressure cooker bombs. The two suspects, who were "inspired by al Qaeda ideology," targeted a public gathering at the British Columbia Legislature in Victoria on Canada Day, July 1.

    Over the past 24 hours, details have emerged on the two suspects, John Stuart Nuttall and Amanda Marie Korody, who authorities said had "self-radicalized." According to Nuttall's attorney, Tom Morino, the two suspects are a couple and "refer to each other as husband and wife."

    Morino also revealed that Nuttall, born in 1974, is a "convert to Islam," according to the Associated Press. Although Morino did not know if Korody, born in 1983, had also converted, the Toronto Star reported that "[a]n acquaintance of Korody's from high school said she believed Korody converted to Islam about three years ago." When Nuttall and Korody first moved into the basement dwelling "he was not a practising Muslim, but converted to Islam about two years ago," the Vancouver Sun reported.


    Read more: http://www.longwarjournal.org/threat-matrix/archives/2013/07/details_emerge_on_couple_behin.php#ixzz2Y5T9ddV8

    what nice neighbors i have

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  88. notice his last name? almost as good as Nutter

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  89. BabbaZee10:31 AM

    man my grandma had TWO pressure cookers!

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  90. I have FIVE! better hide em

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  91. BabbaZee10:33 AM

    Death of the Bookworm

    Oh the horror
    And endless scrolling
    Of the
    Automatronic illiterate anti-aesthetes

    No smells come with that....

    Supersize my sanitized quips !
    No rubbed leather covers
    No remembrances of lovers
    No years of devotion etched deep in the spines


    bz - 2001

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  92. BabbaZee10:33 AM

    TERRORISTA!

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  93. Its part of my nutty collection of obsolete cooking implements.

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  94. hahahahahha

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  95. Palestinian jihadist group claims credit for Arizona wildfire

    Read more: http://www.longwarjournal.org/threat-matrix/archives/2013/07/masadat_al_mujahideen_claims_c.php#ixzz2Y5UdcISc

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  96. ridiculous idiots

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  97. Computer Visionary Who Invented the Mouse

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/04/technology/douglas-c-engelbart-inventor-of-the-computer-mouse-dies-at-88.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&

    has died

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  98. For the event, he sat on stage in front of a mouse, a keyboard and other controls and projected the computer display onto a 22-foot-high video screen behind him. In little more than an hour, he showed how a networked, interactive computing system would allow information to be shared rapidly among collaborating scientists. He demonstrated how a mouse, which he invented just four years earlier, could be used to control a computer. He demonstrated text editing, video conferencing, hypertext and windowing.

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  99. At a time when President Obama and Russian President Vladimir Putin appear to be clashing over the extradition of Edward Snowden, it’s hard to imagine signing an agreement that allows Russian troops to provide security at events on US soil… but that’s exactly what the Obama Administration did this week.

    According to an agreement signed in Washington, DC last week between FEMA and the Russian Emergency Situations Ministry, Russian troops can now be deployed to provide security at so-called “National Special Security Events,” such as the Super Bowl and G8 summits.

    http://patriotcaller.com/fema-approves-russian-troops-on-us-soil/

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  100. Skip V. Patel11:19 AM

    2001????????


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

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  101. BabbaZee11:27 AM

    ooogeeboojeeboojeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  102. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtF-An9wFLk

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  103. I'm such a sucker for the guitars.

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  104. BabbaZee3:41 PM

    ....

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  105. pbird3:46 PM

    well alright then...

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  106. pbird3:47 PM

    Israel’s Sanhedrin Ready to Accept Islamic Mahdi

    http://shoebat.com/2013/07/03/israels-sanhedrin-ready-to-accept-islamic-mahdi/

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  107. BabbaZee3:49 PM

    ....

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  108. pbird3:50 PM

    you've been shopping! whole lotta jalapenos there

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  109. BabbaZee3:54 PM

    they go fast because I roast them out on the grill and we put them in everything



    also we make poppers etc

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  110. BabbaZee3:54 PM

    gitar porn!

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  111. pbird3:56 PM

    lordy...such an ugly man but such power

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  112. pbird3:56 PM

    i adore poppers!

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  113. Skip V. Patel4:47 PM

    I assume the yellow thang is either Bulgar's or the Leper's liver.

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  114. Skip V. Patel5:01 PM

    Ugly is as ugly does.........Gary Moore was sanctified!

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  115. BabbaZee8:40 PM

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4400881,00.html


    "Anywhere in the world, whoever uses religion for political aims, or to benefit some and not others, will fall," Assad said.

    "You can't fool all the people all the time, let alone the Egyptian people who have a civilization that is thousands of years old, and who espouse clear, Arab nationalist thought," he added.

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  116. pbird8:50 PM

    Very nice. I am being "treated" to a stupid movie. Sigh.

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  117. BabbaZee8:54 PM

    oh NO!

    ahha

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

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  118. pbird9:37 PM

    Elmore Leonard story made into a movie called Out of Sight
    I suppose it had it's moments...
    whatever

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  119. Q_Burn9:38 PM

    I just heard a firecracker go off. Better call the snitch line on those criminals!!

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  120. pbird9:38 PM

    laughing...yep!

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  121. Q_Burn9:39 PM

    #1 son is watching Rambo First Blood. I declined to join him.

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  122. pbird9:40 PM

    lol! Lord no

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  123. Q_Burn9:41 PM

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

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  124. pbird9:42 PM

    grrrr hhahaha

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  125. Q_Burn9:44 PM

    KING YELLLOWWW!!!

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  126. pbird9:44 PM

    ooo we're getting nearby kapows now

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  127. pbird9:47 PM

    http://www.vmagazine.com/site/content/1262/everlasting-now

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  128. Q_Burn9:57 PM

    KING PURPLEMAN!! Saw him in 1984 at the Orange Bowl in Miami. The Warner Brothers rep said "you were supposed to WEAR something purple not SMOKE something purple!" Oh well..

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  129. BabbaZee10:00 PM

    Fatah calls on Palestinians to overthrow Hamas in wake of Morsi's fall

    http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Fatah-calls-on-Palestinians-to-overthrow-Hamas-in-wake-of-Morsis-fall-318792

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  130. Q_Burn10:13 PM

    I haz greeting and money from Bruno! She must be using her yahoo email for extra security..

    From: Mrs Janet Napolitano
    Subject: GREETING TO YOU!!!!!!!!
    Date: July 4, 2013 8:32:15 PM CDT
    Reply-To: janetnapolitano31@yahoo.com

    Desk of Mrs. Janet Napolitano

    Secretary of US Department of Homeland Security Washington D.C.

    Attention Beneficiary,

    Records show that you are among one of the individuals and organizations who are yet to receive their overdue payment from overseas which includes those of Lottery, Gambling, Contract and Inheritance.

    Through our Fraud Monitory Unit we have also noticed that over the past you have been transacting with some imposters and fraudsters.

    The Cyber Crime Division of the Homeland Security gathered information from the Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) formerly known as the Internet Fraud Complaint Center (IFCC) of how some people have lost outrageous sums of money to these Imposters.

    We have negotiated with the Federal Ministry of Finance of Nigeria that your payment totaling $1,200,000 will be released to you via a custom pin based VISA CREDIT CARD ATM CARD with a maximum withdrawal limit of $15,000 a day which is powered by Visa Card and can be used anywhere in the world for for withdraw or transaction.

    We have perfected everything in regards to the release of your $1,200,000 United States Dollars to be 100% risk free and free from any hitches

    To redeem your fund you are hereby advised to abide to the instruction below to enable the shipment of the Premium Visa Credit card and it back up document and the charge fee required to pay the shipping and security insurance fee is $145 only nothing more and no hidden fees as everything else has been taken cared of by the Federal Government including taxes, custom paper and clearance duty so all you will ever need to pay is $145 only.

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  131. yay! I never got to see him and I think he is swell.

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  132. that is a gem

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  133. Q_Burn10:47 PM

    Some bass in da place..

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hrnI7TQ44U0

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  134. pbird2:10 AM

    Most Senior Policewoman In Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Symbol Of Improving Women’s Rights, Shot Dead
    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/afghanistan/10159122/Helmands-top-female-police-officer-shot-dead.html

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  135. pbird2:35 AM

    well the war zone is petering out, maybe its bedtime. Goodnight you celebrants!

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  136. pbird2:39 AM

    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1610392116/ref=as_li_tf_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1610392116&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwviolentkicom

    one more thing

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  137. Skip V. Patel6:15 AM

    The Queen of Pop is at it again. Madonna loves touting a gun or wearing fishnets and spandex at an age when most of us prefer to cover up. But her latest outfit is more controversial still. She has been pictured wearing a chainmail mask resembling a niqab - a face veil worn by Muslim women.

    The pertinent question is............ was that a sunni or shiah niqab?

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  138. Skip V. Patel6:16 AM

    Great album!

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  139. BabbaZee6:21 AM

    Egypt and the Real Arab Spring: Muslim Brotherhood and Obama on the Wrong Side of History

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130704141938.htm

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  140. BabbaZee6:23 AM

    Minya - Among the episodes of violence in Egypt after the overthrow of President Morsi there is also the attack against the Coptic Catholic parish of St. George, in the village of Delgia, 60 kilometers from Minya. Since Wednesday evening, July 3 groups of fanatical Islamists first looted and then burned down the pastor's house and church group buildings. "Thank God there were no victims and injuries" says to Fides Agency the Coptic Catholic Bishop of Minya Botros Fahim Awad Hanna "but the alarm continues. The fundamentalists have closed the roads at the entrance to the village. They shout slogans against Christians, they say they want to destroy everything and now they are trying again to storm the church. The local police are helpless, I called Cairo to ask for the intervention of the army."

    The attack on the parish of St. George is so far the most serious incident of violence against Christians recorded in the dramatic hours experienced by the Country. But threats and intimidation against Christian communities also occur in other Egyptian places.

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130704141324.htm

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  141. BabbaZee6:26 AM

    Egypt's Islamists in Disarray After Morsi Ouster

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130704044510.htm

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  142. Skip V. Patel6:28 AM

    Attention Q-Burn... Check this out!

    http://felixinhollywood.blogspot.com/2013/07/an-american-original.html

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  143. Skip V. Patel6:43 AM

    U.S. Will ‘Pressure’ Egypt on Behalf of Brotherhood, Says U.S. Ambassador

    http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/u-s-will-pressure-egypt-on-behalf-of-brotherhood-says-u-s-ambassador/


    Latest Blow to Brotherhood: Sheikh Qaradawi Evicted from Qatar, Brotherhood Offices Closed

    http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/latest-blow-to-brotherhood-sheikh-qaradawi-evicted-from-qatar-brotherhood-offices-closed/

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  144. Storagemanager7:07 AM

    I thought it was the same thing.....................New Pressure Cooker Bomber Went from “In League with Satan” to Muslim Convert http://frontpagemag.com/2013/dgreenfield/new-pressure-cooker-bomber-went-from-in-league-with-satan-to-muslim-convert/

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  145. Storagemanager7:17 AM

    This week's events showed how the US's strategy in Egypt has harmed America.

    In 2011, the military acted to force Mubarak from power only after Obama called for them to do so. This week, the military overthrew Morsi and began rounding up his supporters in defiance of the White House.

    Secretary of State John Kerry was the personification of the incredible shrinkage of America this week as he maintained his obsessive focus on getting Israel to make concessions to the Palestinians. In a Middle East engulfed by civil war, revolution and chronic instability, Israel is the only country at peace. The image of Kerry extolling his success in "narrowing the gaps" between Israel and the Palestinians before he boarded his airplane at Ben Gurion Airport as millions assembled to bring down the government of Egypt is the image of a small, irrelevant America.

    And as the anti-American posters in Tahrir Square this week showed, America's self-induced smallness is a tragedy that will harm the region and endanger the US.

    As far as Israel is concerned, all we can do is continue what we have been doing, and hope that at some point, the Americans will embrace our sound strategy.
    http://www.jewishworldreview.com/0713/glick070513.php3#.Udaprp0o670

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  146. Storagemanager7:20 AM

    America is Egypt....A once great nation that is nothing today..but ..a memory...

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  147. Skip V. Patel7:26 AM

    Now you are getting up to speed!


    Welcome to the Post-American Republic of Draconia.

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  148. Storagemanager7:50 AM

    After all, if barbeques and fireworks were the point of it all, we could conjure up any arbitrary reason for a day off. Instead of the Fourth of July, why not the Twenty-First of March. That was the day in 2010 when the 111th Congress of the United States defied both the expressed will of the people and every sentiment expressed in the Declaration of Independence by passing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, better known as Obamacare, a law so damaging to the American pursuit of happiness that its implementation was postponed past the point when President Obama would stand for re-election and has recently been postponed past the point when Congress will face the people in 2014.

    While at it, we can also sanctify the Twenty-Eighth of June. That was the day last year when Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts creatively rewrote the law through judicial fiat, turning the individual mandate from a penalty into a tax. He and the majority thus established a precedent whereby the federal government may punish both behavior and lack of behavior at a whim. The Bill of Rights be damned.
    http://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/2013/07/04/the-occasion-formerly-known-as-independence-day/

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  149. Storagemanager7:54 AM

    Obama seen crying in his cornflakes....................The spiritual leader of the Muslim Brotherhood, Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi, for long one of the most authoritative voices in Sunni Islam — and certainly a “radical,” who, among other things, insists Muslims must always “obey the prophet, even if he tells you to kill” — has just had his Qatari citizenship revoked and told to leave Qatar by its emir, Tamim bin Hamd bin al-Khalifa, in light of events in Egypt, specifically the overthrow of the Brotherhood and Morsi. Qaradawi has lived in Qatar for years, as he was exiled from Egypt under Mubarak for inciting terrorism. The emir has also ordered the closure of all Muslim Brotherhood offices in Qatar, adding “We are all Muslims [here], but we are not Muslim Brothers [i.e., of the Brotherhood].” Here, then, is yet another blow to the Muslim Brotherhood. http://www.raymondibrahim.com/from-the-arab-world/latest-blow-to-brotherhood-sheikh-qaradawi-evicted-from-qatar-brotherhood-offices-closed/

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  150. Storagemanager7:55 AM

    Caliphate hitting speed bumps.....poor Barry...

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  151. Storagemanager7:57 AM

    hahahahahahahahahahaha................

    Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said Gaza was "closely monitoring the developments in Egypt from a place of love and preservation of its unity."



    The London-based Arabic newspaper Al-Hayat said Hamas has instructed its leaders, activists and spokespeople not to comment on the developments in Egypt. (Elior Levy)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4401238,00.html

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  152. Storagemanager8:03 AM

    Obama......Its not fair Michelle I worked so hard to overthrow stable Governments in the Middle east to build a SUNNI Caliphate for the Muslim Brotherhood..and the Damn people ruined it!......Michelle....Shut up Barack...you whine like a sissy.....

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  153. Storagemanager8:07 AM

    The Roman Catholic Church will declare the late Pope John Paul II a saint, the Vatican announced Friday.

    Pope Francis signed the decree Friday morning, the Vatican said. John Paul was pope from 1978 until his death in 2005, and was essentially the first rock star pontiff - drawing vast crowds as he criss-crossed the globe.
    http://www.cnn.com/2013/07/05/world/europe/vatican-pope-sainthood/index.html?hpt=hp_t2

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  154. Storagemanager8:15 AM

    Obama.......... Screw you Egypt...I am gona take my ball and go home....no money for you!

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  155. BabbaZee8:48 AM

    http://www.naturalnews.com/041068_metadata_internet_privacy_camera_phones.html
    Every picture you take is secretly encoded with your GPS location

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  156. BabbaZee8:50 AM

    HOLY SHITSKY

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  157. BabbaZee8:51 AM

    https://www.courthousenews.com/2013/07/03/59061.htm


    here's a link for it

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  158. Skip V. Patel9:02 AM

    You sir, should obey your Masters and their occupation forces.

    I declare the Mitchell family to be treasonous bitches... for revealing the details of this important para-military operation.

    When the peasants complain...the Terrorists win.

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  159. BabbaZee9:04 AM

    put that in yer Snowden crack pipes and smoke it

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  160. Skip V. Patel9:31 AM

    In her weekly column Caroline Glick reviews the events of the past week in Egypt. Among other things, according to Glick, they reveal America’s “self-induced smallness.”

    http://www.powerlineblog.com/archives/2013/07/a-small-irrelevant-america.php?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+powerlineblog%2Flivefeed+%28Power+Line%29

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  161. Storagemanager9:50 AM

    Army opens fire on protestors in Cairo

    Thousands of Muslim Brotherhood supporters take to streets in protest of the ouster; some try to break into Morsi's holding compound, fired upon by army, 3 killed,
    http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  162. Skip V. Patel9:52 AM

    Obama Administration Middle East Policy: See What I’ve Been Trying to Tell You Since 2006?

    http://pjmedia.com/barryrubin/2013/07/03/obama-administration-middle-east-policy-see-what-ive-been-trying-to-tell-you/?singlepage=true

    Pretty amazing, isn’t it? Can Americans really not realize this?

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  163. I am truly appalled.

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  164. well that's depressing

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  165. AI ICUS10:25 AM

    GOOD MORNING SERFS, SERFETTES, PLEBES, DUFI, COMRADES, ASSORTED WHACK JOBS AND FELLOWS OF THE GULAG ! ! !

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  166. Man Hogties Burglar and Leaves Him in Yard for Police, Goes to Work

    http://gawker.com/man-hogties-burglar-and-leaves-him-in-yard-for-police-664129688

    fun story

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  167. hi Toots

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  168. yanno only the mind of GOD could deal with the amount of information these monkeys steal...

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  169. The FBI and Seattle authorities were investigating a Nevada man who was arrested after he was spotted on the University of Washington campus in a stolen truck carrying multiple explosive devices, stolen firearms and body armor, police said Thursday.

    The man was arrested a few blocks away after a police pursuit near Seattle Children’s Hospital late Wednesday, said John Vinson, chief of the University of Washington police. He gave no further details of the pursuit, but he described the arrest as “high-risk.”

    http://usnews.nbcnews.com/_news/2013/07/04/19291222-cops-high-risk-arrest-nets-suspect-with-stolen-weapons-molotov-cocktails-body-armor?lite

    great

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  170. I.C. Yurhini10:51 AM

    Can I get me some motion activated machine gun turrets here?

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  171. naaaaah...

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  172. Man Stuck in Mud

    http://safeshare.tv/w/kRRyGqbZGQ

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  173. AI ICUS11:11 AM

    NOT A MOSLEM AMONGST THEM:

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2356524/Faces-American-revolution-Amazing-early-photographs-document-heroes-War-Independence-later-years.html

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  174. mawskrat11:23 AM

    Good Mornin All............

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  175. goodmorning to you

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  176. nope of course not

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  177. mawskrat11:43 AM

    the dogs are happy,,,,no more boom booms

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  178. mawskrat11:45 AM

    we're stuck in a shitty rain system.....I need some
    sunni//

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  179. mawskrat11:55 AM

    NICE CAMERA.....30 grand

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2356703/Photographer-John-Chapple-takes-award-winning-image-50-megapixel-Hasselblad.html

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  180. Oh my word! Thing is either of us could really use that thing. Not fair!

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  181. mawskrat1:04 PM

    she has come so far....good on yah Beth
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dLBQ_IAjrPQ

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  182. BabbaZee1:59 PM

    Egypt's Islamist leader vows to restore Morsi

    http://www.sfgate.com/news/world/article/Egypt-s-Islamist-leader-vows-to-restore-Morsi-4647819.php

    Tens of thousands of Islamists streamed across a Nile River bridge toward Cairo's Tahrir Square on Friday, threatening a showdown moments after the top leader of the Muslim Brotherhood defiantly spoke before a cheering crowd of supporters, vowing to reinstate ousted President Mohammed Morsi and end military rule.

    His fiery speech, with a military helicopter hovering overhead, came soon after army troops fired on a pro-Morsi rally and one protester was killed.

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  183. BabbaZee2:03 PM

    http://www.timesdispatch.com/opinion/our-opinion/columnists-blogs/bart-hinkle/hinkle-commit-any-felonies-lately/article_58344fc1-7d4f-584a-8d16-36a1b1f2cdc0.html

    What once might have been considered simply a mistake,” The Journal explains, is now “punishable by jail time.” And as 20-year-old Elizabeth Daly has now learned, you can go to jail even when the person making the mistake wasn’t you.

    Commit any felonies lately?

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  184. BabbaZee2:06 PM

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2356753/The-talking-train-windows-transmit-adverts-straight-head-lean-them.html


    Everyone has experienced having an advert jingle or catchy slogan stuck in their head.

    But
    a new concept is literally putting adverts straight into people's
    skulls by using 'bone conduction - the transfer of sound to the inner
    ear through the bones of the skull.

    Advertising agency BBDO is
    using a combination of the concept and clever technology to allow
    individual commuters to hear an advert in a noisy train carriage.

    The company is harnessing technology to allow train windows to silently talk to commuters in a new product placement strategy.




    Karen used to work for BBDO!

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  185. BabbaZee2:08 PM

    Use of antidepressants in the UK has soared by 500% in the past 20 years

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2356902/Prozac-Nation-Use-antidepressants-UK-soared-500-past-20-years.html

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XR8LFNUr3vw

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  186. pbird2:20 PM

    great old album....love forever

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  187. pbird2:21 PM

    omg really?

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  188. Skip V. Patel3:11 PM

    Have a biscuit

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  189. pbird3:12 PM

    The Fronch have such silly little biscuits!

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  190. mawskrat3:15 PM

    a must see............

    Published on Jul 4, 2013

    Rutherford County Sheriff's Deputy AJ Ross orders me to pull over and get out of my car, bullies me around, gets the drug sniffing K-9, lies about me having "Illegal Drugs" in the car, searches without consent, and tells me that it is ok to take away my freedom. All while not being detained. All this harassment because my window was not lowered enough to his preference. I broke no laws whatsoever. All of this on a day that we are supposed to be celebrating freedom and liberty. This checkpoint was in Murfreesboro, TN. At the end of the encounter, the officer did not want to give me his name when I asked him. After I repeatedly asked him, he finally gave it to me.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w-WMn_zHCVo

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  191. mawskrat3:23 PM

    Sad state of current affairs.

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  192. pbird3:24 PM

    horrible

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  193. mawskrat3:26 PM

    I thought dey was fwench

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  194. Skip V. Patel3:33 PM

    Defense of Sziget against the Sunni Turks

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  195. BabbaZee3:34 PM

    Fried chicken takeaway called 'Hitler' opens in Thailand and comes complete with logo of Nazi leader in a bow tie

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2356705/Fried-chicken-takeaway-called-Hitler-opens-Thailand-comes-complete-logo-Nazi-leader-bow-tie.html

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  196. BabbaZee3:36 PM

    Spying Scandal: What's the Fuss about US Surveillance?

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/commentary-germany-ignores-benefits-of-us-surveillance-a-909690.html

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  197. BabbaZee3:37 PM

    fackle!

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