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Friday, August 30, 2013

The Great Cock & Seagull Race

Photo by PBird

Now the Lord God had formed out of the ground 
all the wild animals and all the birds in the sky.
 He brought them to the man 
to see what he would name them; 
 and whatever the man called each living creature, 
that was its name.
~ Genesis 2

519 comments:

  1. BabbaZee7:44 AM

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2406624/Cannibal-cult-leader-Stephen-Tari-hacked-death-villagers-Papua-New-Guinea.html


    A cannibal cult leader calling himself Black Jesus, who slaughtered his 'Flower
    Girl' followers and drank their blood, has himself been murdered in the jungles
    of Papua New Guinea.

    In flowing robes, Stephen Tari, 40, a failed Bible student, once led 6,000
    'disciples' through the mountainous regions of the country, but was accused of
    killing at least three young girls and, as their mothers were forced to watch,
    drinking their blood.

    Calling himself 'the true Christ', he was convicted of only rape three years ago
    - before the country brought in new laws that meant convicted killers and
    rapists could receive the death penalty - and was among 48 prisoners who broke
    out of jail six months ago.

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  2. BabbaZee8:09 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FcdOLKx2XG8

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  3. mawskrat9:11 AM

    Good Mornin Ferals

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

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  4. Skip V. Patel9:17 AM

    U.S. Attack on Syria Won’t Change Anything


    Forgot about the hysteria of an impending U.S. attack on Syria. Forget about the likely self-congratulatory backslapping by policy makers and the chanting of, “USA!” by citizens. A U.S. air assault on Syria will not change anything for the benefit of U.S. interests or even for the well-being of the Syrian people.

    Clearly, it will not change the regional problems, including the U.S. support for an Islamist government in Egypt, the unstable Islamist government in Tunisia, the grim expectations for a “peace process,” the constant betrayal of the United States by the Turkish government, and the Iranian nuclear race. But beyond that, it won’t change the Syrian crisis.

    Imagine that the U.S. policy doesn’t even have Britain on board! Obama cannot even line up America”s closest historic partner. How’s that for credibility?

    http://pjmedia.com/barryrubin/2013/08/30/u-s-attack-on-syria-wont-change-anything/

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  5. mawskrat9:21 AM

    was Steve really Strange?

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

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  6. BabbaZee9:44 AM

    ahahha

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  7. awww you like me seagulls!
    good morning

    cat walking on face purring madly, why they do dat?

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  8. it would be a good time for 0 to go into seclusion and fake a health problem

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  9. BabbaZee10:08 AM

    yes I loved your picture very many


    Maxie never walks on my face

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  10. argh!!! He got what he deserved.

    There seems to be a strain of that out there.

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  11. well Maxie is a gentleman cat, Ethyl is a hellraiser...I begin to see why her previous owner took her claws and then sent her to the pound. I still wouldn't do that to even a naughty cat.

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  12. mawskrat10:11 AM

    was gonna have some folks over for a cook out
    on Saturday but it looks like rain...maybe next week

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  13. Now up here, people just put up a tarp and cook out anyhow!!! Whats a little rain?

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  14. mawskrat10:16 AM

    90 degrees and rain= no fun

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  15. mawskrat10:17 AM

    to old for this.........

    Nevada's 'experiment in the desert' more popular than ever: Nearly 70,000 gather for weekend of debauchery at Burning Man festival

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2406228/Burning-Man-Nevadas-experiment-desert-popular-Nearly-70-000-gather-weekend-debauchery.html#ixzz2dShQvhui
    Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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  16. you are right, 65 and rain, bundled up a bit is fine

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  17. the pagan urge is very strong

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  18. Sept 2!!! I better check this out. I was going to be driving around down there around then. lol

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  19. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/special/national/black-budget/

    The Black Budget

    Covert action. Surveillance. Counterintelligence. The U.S. “black budget” spans over a dozen agencies that make up the National Intelligence Program.

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  20. BabbaZee10:32 AM

    me either!

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  21. BabbaZee10:33 AM

    pttthhh


    bohemian grovesters!

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  22. mawskrat10:33 AM

    with motorhomes//

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  23. To strike, or not to strike: that is the question:
    Whether ’tis nobler in the mind to suffer
    The slings and arrows of outrageous Assad,
    Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
    And by opposing end them? To attack: to dither
    No more; and by attack to say we end
    The heart-ache and the thousand natural shocks
    That Syria is heir to, ’tis a consummation
    Devoutly to be wish’d. To act, to attack;
    To attack: perchance to depose: ay, there’s the rub;
    For in its wake what next may come
    Whether or not Assad shuffles off this worldwide stage,
    Should give us pause: there’s the respect
    That makes calamity of intervention;
    For who would bear the whips and scorns of time,
    The oppressor’s wrong, the proud man’s contumely,
    The pangs of chemical war, the law’s delay,
    The insolence of office and the spurns
    That patient merit of the unworthy takes,
    When he himself might his mark make
    With a bare missile? who would tyrants bear,
    To defy the red lines that he drew?
    But that the dread of something afterward,
    The unknown consequences in whose grip
    A legacy might founder, puzzles the will
    And makes us rather bear those ills we have
    Than fly to others that we know not of?
    Thus conscience does make cowards of us all;
    And thus the native hue of resolution
    Is sicklied o’er with the pale cast of thought,
    And enterprises of great pith and moment
    With this regard their currents turn awry,
    And lose the name of action.–Soft you now!
    The fair MSM! Sycophants, in thy orisons
    Be all my sins forgotten.

    http://neoneocon.com/2013/08/29/president-obamlet/

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  24. mawskrat10:39 AM

    I just feel for the children

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  25. playing with my phone in the dark, picking up a kiddo after work

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  26. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8c3PoD_qW1Y

    apparently this was filmed by a drone

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  27. do not claim its good music or anyting

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  28. BabbaZee11:01 AM

    ooo spooky

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  29. BabbaZee11:27 AM

    One day last January, Robert Ethan Saylor, a 26-year-old man with Down syndrome, went to see the movie "Zero Dark Thirty." When it was over, Saylor briefly left the theater, then decided to return and see it again. The manager called security because Saylor didn't pay, and three off-duty deputies, moonlighting at the mall, came in to confront him.

    According to Frederick County, Maryland, police statements, he swore at them and refused to leave. The deputies tried to remove him, despite Saylor's caretaker's warnings and pleas for them to wait and let her take care of it. What happened next is a little unclear, but witnesses say the deputies put Saylor on the floor, held him down and handcuffed him. Saylor, called Ethan by his family, suffered a fracture in his throat cartilage. He died of asphyxiation.

    The death was ruled a homicide, but a grand jury failed to indict the deputies and they returned to work without charges.

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/08/29/opinion/perry-down-syndrome-death/index.html?iid=article_sidebar

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  30. mawskrat11:38 AM

    off to the new Menards

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  31. mawskrat11:48 AM

    OH!! Buy Gold........

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  32. AI ICUS11:54 AM

    What's MB and SISI?!?

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  33. AI ICUS11:57 AM

    GOOD MORNING SERFS, SERFETTES, PLEBES, COMRADES, DUFI & FELLOWS OF THE GULAG ! ! !

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  34. BabbaZee12:11 PM

    Muslim Brotherhood


    General Sisi who is head of the army in Egypt and head of the government since Morsi was deposed

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  35. BabbaZee12:11 PM

    NOW!



    ahahaha

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  36. BabbaZee12:11 PM

    GUTEN TAG

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  37. AI ICUS12:12 PM

    OK...I kinda thought I knew the MB but I was just not sure of the SISI...
    I thought maybe it was SISSY for HUSSEIN 0BAMA0...lolol

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  38. BabbaZee12:12 PM

    ahahaha

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  39. AI ICUS12:22 PM

    I saved the image so i can forward it to myself and everyone else...LOL

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  40. BulgarWheat12:55 PM

    there are names I have provided and oddly enough each one of them fit for my children. I am appropriately named. I am indeed the watchman.

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  41. hi toots

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  42. that's my thing BW. I am a namer. All my life.

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  43. pbird1:00 PM

    read the signs

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  44. BulgarWheat1:08 PM

    my wife wanted to name my son Charlton. I told her only one man could pull that off. Tater was named for who he was even before I ever met him. You wisely named one of yours the same thing.

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  45. pbird1:17 PM

    its a good name!

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  46. BabbaZee3:55 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OHJF5vM2Qq8

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  47. pbird4:44 PM

    Assorted beggars. Seagull too quick for teenage crows.

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  48. BabbaZee4:55 PM

    Hootiebacutie

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  49. Storagemanager7:15 PM

    just heard on the radio...homeland security is warning police departments...if obama hits syria expect an attack from hezbollah cells....
    who wouda thought..hahahahahahahaha

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  50. Storagemanager7:17 PM

    Ottoman calls for 1914.....................

    Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that any international military intervention against Syria should be aimed at bringing an end to the rule of Syrian President Bashar Assad.



    "It can't be a 24 hours hit-and-run," Erdogan told reporters at a reception in the presidential palace in Ankara. "What matters is stopping the bloodshed in Syria and weakening the regime to the point where it gives up," he said. (Reuters)
    http://www.ynetnews.com/home/0,7340,L-3083,00.html

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  51. Storagemanager7:27 PM

    This time, the drop is largely due to foreign policy concerns. Only 41% approve of the way Obama is handling foreign policy, the lowest ever. Consider that just last December, 52% approved of the way he was handling foreign policy.

    The drop in satisfaction in foreign policy comes as Obama has ramped up talk for military action in Syria. According to the poll, Americans aren’t very satisfied with the way he has approached U.S. involvement in that conflict, either. Only 35% approve, and 44% disapprove.

    The poll also showed the quagmire facing Obama as he decides how to proceed in Syria. Almost four in five Americans think that Obama should seek Congressional approval before moving forward with any strikes in Syria
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/30/obamas-approval-rating-drops-to-its-lowest-point-ever/

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  52. pbird7:31 PM

    Gosh. What a concept.

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  53. mawskrat8:49 PM

    a local passed.........

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201821343474465&set=vb.1208725820&type=2&theater

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  54. mawskrat8:56 PM

    I know his son......

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=10201641996030891&set=vb.1208725820&type=3&theater

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  55. pbird9:02 PM

    one by one, they leave us

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  56. mawskrat9:03 PM

    yep his son is pretty good

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wbLtsjNZIY4

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  57. mawskrat9:07 PM

    he's the gitarh player/

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  58. mawskrat9:20 PM

    Michael the bass player lived just down the street from me

    after a gig he was shot in the head for 15 bucks...so sad

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EKCwqjaS98s

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  59. Nice job!

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  60. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rQydJ0WU85Q

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  61. BulgarWheat6:34 AM

    my daughter is visiting from college. We haven't seen her for a few weeks. I'm very excitied to see her again. last night supper consisted of leftovers. Today though I'm going to kick out the stops and make a sumptuous lunch and supper. I'll have the daughter go pick up her Nana (my mom) and bring her over to the house to break bread. Nice weather, so we can eat out on the deck.

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  62. BulgarWheat6:58 AM

    Looks like I found another job. I mentioned not being a dick-head the other day and it looks like that has paid off. I'll actually get a substantial raise from my previous job and when I factor in the severance package I got, I ended up with roughly half a years pay. That I view as a bonus for my trouble/hard work. Iz very nice to have that monkey off my back.


    A new job.
    The daughter is home for the weekend.
    Coffee is brewed.


    Now all I have to do is fight the damned wasps getting the lawn cut.

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  63. BulgarWheat7:20 AM

    years ago when we were at the beach, my lovely daughter made a sand sculpture with a Momma sea turtle and her little hatchlings. She won the contest. Can't remember what she won, but it was an afternoon at the beach well spent. Now she's all grow'd up.


    And Tater wasn't quite as tall as he is now. He'll pass me up be Christmas I would guess. He has always been such a handsome lad!


    Happy times, happy times....

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  64. BabbaZee7:23 AM

    congratulations


    now if you make Tater do the lawn there is one less thing to do


    llolollllloo

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  65. BulgarWheat7:26 AM

    then...and now....

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  66. BabbaZee7:30 AM

    Ohio State University Muslim Student Association President Arrested in Egypt
    http://www.aina.org/news/20130830122546.htm
    CAIRO -- Security officials say the son of an outspoken Muslim Brotherhood figure has been detained.

    Mohamed Soltan's family says he is a U.S. citizen and does not know his whereabouts. An active supporter of the Islamist group online, the 25-year-old had posted pictures of his arm after it was shot when security forces cleared out two Brotherhood sit-ins Aug. 14.

    The Ohio State University graduate is the son of outspoken Muslim Brotherhood figure Salah Soltan. He was detained Monday along with four other men in the office of the pro-Brotherhood Rassd Network News service, according to security officials who spoke anonymously in line with regulations and released the information to The Associated Press late that same night.

    Police said the group had plans to spread violence by inciting splits among the ranks of the army and police.

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  67. BabbaZee7:42 AM

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130831034838.htm

    What the US Can Do to Help Christians in Egypt and Syria

    George: The situation in Egypt and the equally horrific situation in Syria illustrate the general plight of Christians in the Middle East. These are very ancient Christian communities, going back nearly to the foundations of Christianity, in many cases. Yet, over a number of years now we’ve seen the erosion of these communities, to the point where one begins to become concerned that before too long there will be no Christian communities left in the Middle East. The Christian community in Iraq was devastated as a result of the Iraq war. Many, many Iraqi Christians fled. In many cases, they fled to Syria, of all places, and now what do we see? They’re now having to flee from Syria.

    The native Syrian Christian population, as well as Christian refugees from Iraq and elsewhere, is now at grave risk. Of course, it’s not just Christians who are suffering in Syria or in Egypt, but just for the moment I’m talking about Christians. The native Christian Syrian population, which is an ancient Church—it’s actually the Church of my father and his ancestors—is now in peril. My own Syrian relatives have left and are in the United States and will probably never be able to return to their homes.

    The same thing is now happening in Egypt, of course, with the Coptic Christians, who have always been at risk and have been subjected to persecutions frequently over the centuries. They are now being brutally attacked, made scapegoats. The attacks come not from simply one sector of the general Egyptian society but from several different sectors. Their churches have been burned, their businesses have been attacked, a large number have been murdered. Again, a very ancient Middle Eastern Christian community is under assault. We will begin to see and are already seeing Coptic refugees fleeing Egypt.

    So, it’s a tragedy. It should be of concern to Christians around the world. This is the very cradle of Christianity, the Middle East. These are ancient Christian communities, and it should be of concern to the entire world. Too often, especially in the Western media, including here in the United States, there is an ideological tendency to treat Christians as if they can only be persecutors, and never the persecuted. But if we look at what is happening now to these ancient Christian communities across the Middle East, as well as what’s happening to Christians in Africa and some parts in Asia, you see that very, very often today Christians are the persecuted, and the persecutions are quite brutal.

    CWR: You mentioned your family. Are you yourself Orthodox?

    George: No, I’m Catholic. My mother is Italian Catholic, but my father’s family is Syrian Orthodox—Antiochian Orthodox. They are people of deep Christian faith.

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  68. BabbaZee7:44 AM

    An Egyptian Christian leader is calling out President Barack Obama and his administration for not doing enough in face of intense persecution against the Church by the Muslim Brotherhood.

    Following the recent barrage of church burnings, Father Rafic Greiche, the chief spokesman for the Catholic Church in Egypt, criticized President Obama for not speaking out against the worst violence against Egyptian Christians in nearly 700 years.

    "President Obama when he made a speech he just touched on the burning churches instead of telling the Muslim Brotherhood that they are terrorists and they are making terror on Egypt," Greiche said. "He did not speak loud for this and shame on him if he is a Christian that he does not speak out loud."

    "The spokesman of the White House who…was asked 'What is the red line for the Christians in Egypt?' he mocked and said, 'I didn't bring my red pen," he noted.

    "So I think it was a mockery and not at its place and really shame on him also," he said.

    Radical Islamists, many members of Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood, attacked at least 60 churches, Christian businesses, and institutions in the days following the crackdown against supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi.

    "Obama does not appear to understand the situation," Greiche told AsiaNews. "In his speech he didn't even so much as mention all the churches and Christian buildings being burnt down by the Muslim Brotherhood."

    "This must absolutely be made clear: the Muslim Brothers are terrorists and are tied to groups belonging to al Qaeda and to the Salafites," he said. "The history of the Muslim Brotherhood, even since their foundation, has been a history of 85 years of bloodshed."

    http://www.aina.org/news/20130830122702.htm

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  69. Skip V. Patel8:20 AM

    The Secret to Israel's Startup Success

    Countless regions in the world have tried to mimic Silicon Valley's unparalleled tech prowess with varying degrees of success. With more startups per capita than any other country in the world, Israel's "Silicon Wadi" seems to have cracked the code.

    http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/228159

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  70. Skip V. Patel8:20 AM

    Experts Fear U.S. Plan to Strike Syria Overlooks Risks


    BEIRUT, Lebanon — President Obama says he is considering a “limited, narrow” military strike against Syria — an aim that many Middle East experts fear overlooks the potential to worsen the violence in Syria and intensify a fight for regional influence between Iran and Saudi Arabia.

    “Our biggest problem is ignorance; we’re pretty ignorant about Syria,” said Ryan C. Crocker, a former ambassador to Syria and Lebanon, who has served in Iraq and Afghanistan and is dean of the Bush School of Government and Public Service, Texas A&M University.

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/08/31/world/middleeast/experts-fear-us-plan-to-strike-syria-overlooks-risks.html?partner=rss&emc=rss&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter&_r=0

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  71. BabbaZee8:43 AM

    Oh my old friend Crocker Shit!

    http://babbazeesbrain.blogspot.com/2007/05/crocker-shit.html

    http://babbazeesbrain.blogspot.com/2007/05/american-ambassador-crocker-agrees.html

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  72. BabbaZee8:45 AM

    2007
    Ambassador Ryan Crocker said “Trilateral Mechanism” three times during the press conference following his “positive” meeting with Iran this morning.

    Made me wonder just what a “Trilateral Mechanism” is, and where the term originated….

    BEHOLD!

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  73. BabbaZee8:46 AM

    lots of the links in these are dead now wah

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  74. Skip V. Patel9:08 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IVxhCp_I3cY&feature=youtu.be

    Hilarious!

    Blue on Blue Confrontation on NJ Turnpike

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  75. Skip V. Patel9:41 AM

    AP Reporter: Syrian Rebels behind Chemical attack

    http://shoebat.com/2013/08/30/ap-reporter-syrian-rebels-behind-chemical-attack/

    “They didn’t tell us what these arms were or how to use them,” complained a female fighter named ‘K.’ “We didn’t know they were chemical weapons. We never imagined they were chemical weapons.”

    “When Saudi Prince Bandar gives such weapons to people, he must give them to those who know how to handle and use them,” she warned.

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  76. BulgarWheat9:47 AM

    if the wasps would leave me alone I actually enjoy cutting the lawn. They musta found out I was Jewish or something..

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  77. pbird9:52 AM

    thats wonderful!
    good to hear!

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  78. pbird9:55 AM

    A woman I used to be friends with is a Syrian Christian who actually grew up on the street called Straight in Damascus. I wonder how she and her family are.

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  79. mawskrat9:55 AM

    RIP Remembering José Madrigal Posted By Connie Sheu, Tuesday, August 27, 2013
    José Madrigal (1918-2013)

    A living icon of guitar music in the Cincinnati area passed away on August 25, 2013.

    José Madrigal was born in Michoacán, Mexico in 1918. A few years later, his family crossed the border seeking work and relief from civil war. They eventually settled in Blue Rock, Illinois (just south of Chicago), where José's father worked for the railroad. His mother died when José was around 11. While raising his younger siblings, he began playing a discarded guitar and soon found himself making more money for a single gig than his father could make in a week.

    After the Nazis invaded Poland in 1939, José enlisted in the army and fought bravely in Germany, winning several medals and US citizenship. His ability to master several languages, including German, became a useful skill, and he was often called upon to act as translator with POWs. After the war he found work playing guitar, and resumed his education, receiving a college degree in International Trade. Emulating Django Rinehardt and Chet Atkins, José listened to country western music and jazz standards on the radio, and soon became known by his many fans as "Country Joe". He also began exploring his musical heritage, following Andrés Segovia, and learning Spanish.

    José soon found work in Ohio providing live music at radio station WHIO in Dayton. He married, raised several children, and joined the faculty at Northern Kentucky University. He retired in the early 90s, spending his later years teaching, building guitars, performing in a variety of styles and venues, and inspiring everyone whose life he touched with his music, and his indomitable, gentle spirit.

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  80. pbird9:58 AM

    A long good life.

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  81. Storagemanager10:13 AM

    Facebook Post Said to Be by Assad’s Son Dares Americans to Attack
    http://thelede.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/08/29/facebook-post-said-to-be-by-assads-son-dares-americans-to-attack/?_r=2&

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  82. http://americandigest.org/mt-archives/grace_notes/creating_a_life.php#023240

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  83. So yeah, my kid has a painting she did in Egypt in the last couple of years printed in Harpers this month. I guess it must be the Sept issue.
    Its an awful leftie rag, but still. I sure hope something like that pays well.

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  84. Storagemanager10:20 AM

    Washington: Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton outpaced
    President Barack Obama last year in receiving lavish gifts from foreign
    leaders.

    Clinton received gold jewellery worth half a million dollars from King
    Abdullah of Saudi Arabia. The State Department said the gift included a necklace
    bracelet, ring and earrings. The white gold was adorned with teardrop rubies and
    diamonds. Clinton also got gold, sapphire and diamond jewellery worth $58,000
    (Dh212,984) from Brunei’s queen.

    Obama’s most expensive gift was a $16,500 gold-plated clock from Crown Prince
    Salman Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, the Saudi defence minister.
    http://gulfnews.com/news/world/usa/hillary-clinton-tops-barack-obama-in-gifts-from-foreign-leaders-1.1225820

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  85. Storagemanager10:25 AM

    Among those familiar with the true teachings of Islam, it is well known that the life — or as articulated in Arabic, the “blood” — of an infidel, that is, a non-Muslim, is not equal to the life/blood of a Muslim. Few know, however, that among some of Islam’s respected hadith collections, the blood of a non-Muslim is no better than the blood of a dog.

    (Dog-lovers should bear in mind that, in Islam, to be compared to a dog is about the worst and most degrading insult.)
    http://www.raymondibrahim.com/islam/islamic-teaching-non-muslims-equal-to-dogs/

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  86. mawskrat10:50 AM

    I wonder why the tools in my sons tool box
    look so familiar//

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  87. lol...yep

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  88. Storagemanager10:59 AM

    The IDF is bolstering forces in the north, in preparation for a possible attack by the US, Lebanese media reported Saturday, referring more specifically to areas in front of the blue line in east south Lebanon and upper Galilee and the Golan Heights.



    According to reports, IAF planes are continually circling above the same areas in south Lebanon.



    In addition, the IDF deployed all missile defense systems.



    On Friday, the IDF deployed an Iron Dome battery in the Tel Aviv Metropolitan area. For the first time the battery is facing north.



    The system was deployed as a precaution ahead of possible Syrian retaliation to a potential US strike.



    Iron Dome, Hetz and Patriot missile defense were also deployed in the north.



    A security official told AFP Saturday that Syria expected a military attack "at any moment," just hours after UN experts probing a suspected gas attack blamed on the regime left the country.
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4424499,00.html

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  89. Storagemanager11:04 AM

    Several countries have advised their citizens against traveling to Lebanon as regional tensions grow over a possible US military strike on Syria.

    Those issuing the advice include Bahrain, Kuwait, Britain and France, while Austria told its citizens to contact its embassy in Lebanon before traveling there.

    Bahrain and Kuwait also urged its nationals in the country to leave immediately, their state news agencies reported.

    A senior security source in Lebanon said 14,000 people had left the country on Thursday alone, mostly Europeans. http://www.jpost.com/Breaking-News/European-Gulf-states-urge-nationals-to-leave-Lebanon-immediately-324841

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  90. Storagemanager11:17 AM

    President Obama cites a "wide range of options" to deal with Syria, but they boil down to this: bad, worse, and horrible. FULL STORY
    http://www.cnn.com/

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  91. Weeeee! Its Saturday. Gonna do something great?

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  92. BabbaZee1:56 PM

    I feel sick today I had gone back to sleep till now

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  93. Skip V. Patel2:07 PM

    forget slick Willie, it's now Slick Barry.Obama can claim moral high ground- wants to punish Assad, but tosses to Congress&knows they won't

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-middle-east-23916752

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  94. Q_Burn2:15 PM

    He says he has the authority to act alone, but "let's have a debate". I didn't hear him say he would be bound by what Congress decides. Congress can say no and it could be "bombs away" regardless. Slick indeed.

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  95. Skip V. Patel2:25 PM

    These Syrian Christian children are probably already dead.


    Thanks a whole lot O'Bama-McCain & Co.

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  96. BulgarWheat2:30 PM

    it's pretty amusing

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  97. BulgarWheat3:01 PM

    it's remarkably sad.

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  98. Storagemanager3:52 PM

    It's just a game to Obama...he saw the poll 80% of Americans want no part of Syria...so....he throws the ball to someone else...

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  99. Skip V. Patel5:04 PM

    This observer thinks Obama will launch an attack on Syria and it might well come on Sunday. I also think that a Syrian attack on Israel in retaliation will get little U.S. support because nothing Obama has said (his word is dirt) or done demonstrates any fondness for Israel.

    A President who can turn his back on a longtime ally like Egypt’s Hosni Mubarak is not likely to feel any concern about Bibi Netanyahu’s little nation. Israel, however, is the only ally in the region with the capability of attacking Iran and damaging its nuclear capabilities.

    http://www.ammoland.com/2013/08/caruba-the-syrian-scenario/#comment-166780

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  100. Skip V. Patel5:49 PM

    Tammy Bruce ‏@HeyTammyBruce

    So, Obama is gung-go for military strikes when al-Qaeda & Muslim Brotherhood are on the ropes, but not for Americans in Benghazi. Got it.

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  101. pbird6:03 PM

    I got it too

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  102. pbird6:04 PM

    Oh. Not good. Late summer grunge?

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  103. pbird6:12 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgMNDY6OalQ

    Just for fun. Local road work time lapse. My sister is an engineer with the WDOT so she sent it to me.

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  104. pbird6:13 PM

    GOD forbid Skippy. I hope they are somewhere safe, mad at their parents and thinking about boys etc.

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  105. pbird6:27 PM

    Three more sick as Kyrgyzstan battles bubonic plague

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/health/2013/08/28/three-more-sick-as-kyrgyzstan-battles-bubonic-plague/?intcmp=obnetwork#ixzz2daXsYOnb

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  106. Skip V. Patel7:51 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iL7ZtdALBZE&feature=youtu.be

    The Ramen Burger is Here! Homemade with Allrecipes.com Recipe

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  107. someone needs too try.....bring napkins

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  108. pbird8:05 PM

    Asian Kugel Burger, lol

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  109. Skip V. Patel8:11 PM

    10 Uses for Too Many Plums

    http://www.thekitchn.com/plum-crazy-10-recipes-with-plums-194043?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Category%2FChannel%3A+Main

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  110. Skip V. Patel8:15 PM

    Police Groups Furiously Protest Eric Holder's Marijuana Policy Announcement


    WASHINGTON -- A broad coalition of law enforcement officers who have spent the past three decades waging an increasingly militarized drug war that has failed to reduce drug use doesn't want to give up the fight.

    Organizations that include sheriffs, narcotics officers and big-city police chiefs slammed Attorney General Eric Holder in a joint letter Friday, expressing "extreme disappointment" at his announcement that the Department of Justice would allow Colorado and Washington to implement state laws that legalized recreational marijuana for adults.

    If there had been doubt about how meaningful Holder's move was, the fury reflected in the police response eliminates it. The role of law enforcement is traditionally understood to be limited to enforcing laws, but police organizations have become increasingly powerful political actors, and lashed out at Holder for not consulting sufficiently before adopting the new policy.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/08/30/police-eric-holder-marijuana-_n_3846518.html?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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  111. pbird8:17 PM

    there is a recipe for putting them in dark chocolate cake layers....very very good

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  112. Skip V. Patel8:17 PM

    Local law enforcement agencies rely heavily on the drug war for funding. Police departments are often able to keep a large portion of the assets they seize during drug raids, even if charges are never brought. And federal grants for drug war operations make up a sizable portion of local law enforcement funding. (Mercenary assholes!)

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  113. Fully assessing the
    evidence collected by weapons inspectors investigating last week's
    alleged chemical weapons attack in Syria could take up to three weeks,
    the organization in charge of the investigation said on Saturday.

    The team, which included nine experts from the Organisation for
    the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and three from the World
    Health Organisation, arrived at the OPCW's Hague headquarters on
    Saturday evening after leaving Syria early in the morning. "The evidence
    collected by the team will now undergo laboratory analysis and
    technical evaluation," the OPCW said in a statement. (Reuters)


    Yogi bear was not responsible for pot smoking that caused Yosemite fire either

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  114. pbird8:18 PM

    neener neener i guess

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  115. pbird8:27 PM

    Ethyl has been hitting the nip.

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  116. BabbaZee8:32 PM

    this is impressive!

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  117. BabbaZee8:32 PM

    true

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  118. BabbaZee8:33 PM

    WOW! GOD bless his soul

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  119. BabbaZee8:34 PM

    it got very humid and that does bad stuff to me gutless innards

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  120. Pressure is now mounting
    on French President Francois Hollande to seek formal approval from the
    French parliament on the syria intervention issue, which is due to hold a
    non-voting debate on Syria on September 4.

    "Like the US president, who decided to consult the US Congress
    in the name of democratic principles, the French president must
    organize, after the debate, a formal vote in parliament," Jean-Louis
    Borloo, the head of French opposition party UDI, said. A BVA poll on
    Saturday showed most French people did not want France to take part in
    action on Syria. (Reuters)


    stringer news network

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  121. humidity breaks Tuesday I think

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  122. BabbaZee8:39 PM

    oh now it's supposed to be pot smokers that caused the fire?


    ahahaa

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  123. BabbaZee8:39 PM

    weeeeeeeee!

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  124. BabbaZee8:40 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2v2JcpolIQU

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  125. pbird8:40 PM

    Pot growers is what i heard. Sure. They always burn down their crop.

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  126. gotsta start somewhere

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  127. pbird8:41 PM

    it kills people with autoimmune probs too....miserable dang weather

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  128. BabbaZee8:42 PM

    most of your immune system is in the gut so yeah

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  129. pbird8:42 PM

    thanks you guys, I guess she's one of the ones who ran away to NYC and actually made it work a bit

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  130. BabbaZee8:42 PM

    she has genuine talent

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  131. BabbaZee8:43 PM

    oh my!

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  132. pbird8:43 PM

    all i know is ya miss it when its gone or disfunctional

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  133. probably some bang bang drum drum all night long too

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  134. pbird8:44 PM

    mhm! most yummie

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  135. pbird8:44 PM

    not if they are trying to be subtle and sneaky like!

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  136. BabbaZee8:45 PM

    because

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q7vov637Xqw

    I am bad.

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  137. pbird8:45 PM

    well i like it

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  138. nice nails lady

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  139. BabbaZee9:11 PM

    Cornel West had some harsh comments for MSNBC's Al Sharpton and Michael Eric Dyson Friday.

    Early in the radio show "Smiley and West," West said of the previous day's commemoration of the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King Jr.’s March on Washington, "We saw of course the coronation of the bonafide house negro of the Obama plantation, our dear brother Al Sharpton, supported by the Michael Dysons and others who’ve really prostituted themselves intellectually in a very ugly and vicious way" (video follows with transcript and commentary):



    http://newsbusters.org/blogs/noel-sheppard/2013/08/31/cornel-west-mlk-50-was-coronation-bonafide-house-negro-obama-plantati#ixzz2dXu6ot8m

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  140. BabbaZee9:12 PM

    CORNEL WEST: Well, on the one hand as you can imagine, that was a beautiful thing. I was there in D.C. to see the magnificent expression of, like, faces and sparkling eyes of everyday people of all colors, hungry, thirsty for justice, hungry, thirsty for truth. Then you turn to so many of the major organizers and major speakers at the march – not too much truth. Not too much talk about justice. Mainly talking about voting rights, and every once in a while you see a vague reference to jobs.

    Now, they had some wonderful speakers earlier in the day, but most of the country didn’t get a chance to hear them. But for the most part, there was, Brother Martin himself, I think, would’ve been turning over in his grave. He wants people to talk about Wall Street criminality, he wants people to talk about war crimes, or drones dropping bombs on innocent people. He wants people talking about the new Jim Crow and the privatization of education, and the various ways in which the well to do, the oligarchs and plutocrats are getting away with murder. You didn’t hear that whatsoever. You not only got a tame Martin Luther King Jr., but a real sense in which who he really was at the end of his life hardly surfaced at all.

    And we saw of course the coronation of the bonafide house negro of the Obama plantation, our dear brother Al Sharpton supported by the Michael Dysons and others who’ve really prostituted themselves intellectually in a very ugly and vicious way.

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  141. BabbaZee9:21 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6cusVoNKZF8

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  142. BabbaZee9:59 PM

    potmokers!

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  143. oh goodness! what ARE they?

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  144. weird old Neil!!!

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  145. my brother is a big ole fanboy

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  146. heh, o me too. Funny didn't care much for him when all the world was young.

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  147. the way stuff happens for me, late to the party I guess

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  148. eh, just means you're not a lemming

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  149. Syria was never about Syria

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  150. http://www.examiner.com/article/progressives-target-texas-for-next-takeover

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  151. BabbaZee7:19 AM

    Video from Egypt shows Muslim mob attacking Christian church, taking down cross

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/08/30/video-from-egypt-shows-muslim-mob-attacking-christian-church-taking-down-cross/#

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  152. BabbaZee7:22 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WB8pUZVLEzA

    Brian Jones, the Embodiment of Unconventional

    http://agnautacouture.com/2013/09/01/brian-jones-style-of-an-eccentric/

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  153. Skip V. Patel7:25 AM

    U.S. military forces are expected to roll out new cyber warfare capabilities during the anticipated military strike on Syria

    Targets of cyber attacks likely will include electronic command and control systems used by the Syrian military forces, air defense computers, and other military communications networks. (Haven't those Zionists been doing the same thing for a very long time?)

    http://freebeacon.com/syria-facing-u-s-cyber-attacks-in-upcoming-strikes/

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  154. Skip V. Patel7:33 AM

    The UN mission in Iraq says over 800 people have died in violence throughout August - down somewhat from the month before, but still one of the highest monthly tolls in recent years. (But wait! Didn't we bring peace & prosperity to Iraq?)

    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4424888,00.html

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  155. BulgarWheat7:37 AM

    what a long, strange, sordid trip it's been.

    It's starting to look like I'm going to have to make some changes around the Wheat-Compound.

    I can't watch everything I've worked for over a lifetime just fall apart from neglect. I have a new job and will be well compensated for that. I will be traveling again. I will need to ensure that the home, hearth, and my lad are looked out for. This is going to cost me a lot of money, but I simply see no other way to deal with it.

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

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  156. BabbaZee7:37 AM

    so you got the job mazel mazel tovski

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  157. BabbaZee7:38 AM

    prarie dawgs

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  158. BulgarWheat7:43 AM

    a man needs a maid.

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  159. Skip V. Patel7:48 AM

    ‘IDF soldiers mass on Lebanese border’

    Media reports claim Israeli forces have mobilized in the north ahead of a possible US attack on Syria

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/idf-soldiers-amass-on-lebanese-border/

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  160. BabbaZee7:58 AM

    si si

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  161. Skip V. Patel8:05 AM

    The underside of an A-10 is probably not something you'd want to see coming at you.

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  162. BabbaZee8:06 AM

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/people/news/stephen-fry-hits-back-at-accusations-of-islamophobia-8793025.html

    Stephen Fry has spoken of his frustration at being labelled an "Islamophobe" for criticising the violent acts committed by some Islamists.

    In a strongly worded blog post, the actor and comedian lamented that the "squeezed liberal finds himself in the position that he cannot criticise Islamofascism because it's somehow 'racist'".

    He continued: "It is a topsy-turvy smothering of debate and an Orwellian denial of free speech to declare that speaking out against violence will cause violence."

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  163. BulgarWheat8:09 AM

    yes it is if they are supporting you. I know the A-19 quite well and it's saved my bacon more than a few times. Flying at tree top you can see the pilots face when they tip their wings,

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  164. Skip V. Patel8:10 AM

    Freedom of Speech As Long As You Agree With Me

    Shortly after I arrived in the U.S., I realized that the freedom of speech Americans thought they had, was, let’s just say, with no intention of offending anyone, a figment of their naïve imagination.

    http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/57594

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  165. Skip V. Patel8:11 AM

    Sorry.... it should have been: "...probably not something you'd want to see coming AFTER you."

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  166. Skip V. Patel8:14 AM

    Obama Refers to U.S. Armed Forces as ‘My Military’; Twitter Users Go Just a Tad Ballistic

    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2013/08/31/obama-refers-to-u-s-armed-forces-as-my-military-twitter-users-go-just-a-tad-ballistic/

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  167. BulgarWheat8:17 AM

    si!

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  168. mawskrat8:21 AM

    Good Mornin Peeps!!

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  169. mawskrat8:23 AM

    Congrats on the new job Bulgar!

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  170. BabbaZee8:31 AM

    shalom


    time to go shop for jalapenos

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  171. Skip V. Patel8:32 AM

    "[I]n those places where the authorities are being replaced by rebel groups, Christianity is being exterminated to the last man: Christians are expelled or physically destroyed," Orthodox Patriarchate of Moscow spokesman Metropolitan Hilarion told the U.K. –based Christian Voice.

    http://www.investigativeproject.org/4144/syria-christians-could-be-casualty-of-us-attack

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  172. pbird9:40 AM

    How Genetically Engineered Foods Will Be Eradicated

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/09/01/gmo-eradication.aspx?e_cid=20130901Z1_SNL_Art_1&utm_source=snl&utm_medium=email&utm_content=art1&utm_campaign=20130901Z1

    we shall see....
    Shalom

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  173. Storagemanager9:42 AM

    LONDON – Veteran British journalist and broadcaster David Frost, who won fame around the world for his TV interviews with former President Richard Nixon, has died, his family told the BBC. He was 74.

    Frost died of a suspected heart attack on Saturday night aboard the Queen Elizabeth cruise ship, where he was due to give a speech, the family said. The cruise company Cunard said its vessel left the English port of Southampton on Saturday for a 10-day cruise in the Mediterranean.

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/09/01/veteran-broadcaster-david-frost-dies/#ixzz2deFtLOAh

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  174. Storagemanager9:44 AM

    'Don't Try Us'

    Israeli PM Netanyahu sends warning to regional foes as reactions to Obama's hesitancy continue.
    http://www.israelnationalnews.com/

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  175. Storagemanager9:47 AM

    Good thing America backed Iraq.................

    Report: Iraqi Forces 'Massacre' Iranian Dissidents
    Iranian opposition and human rights groups accuse Iraqi government of colluding with Tehran to wipe out opposition to Islamic Republic. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/171500#.UiNFHp0o670

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  176. pbird9:47 AM

    reckon not

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  177. BabbaZee9:50 AM

    Oh you are just hysterical like me and all of Europe


    llolollollllo

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  178. Storagemanager9:51 AM

    America got rid of the Sunni government in Iraq...now...America wants rid of the Shia government in Syria...but....we only mean to help...hahahahahahahahahaha

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  179. BabbaZee9:51 AM

    RIP

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tNYVxqJ83W8

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  180. Storagemanager9:53 AM

    Digging History: The latest 60 discoveries from the ancient world

    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/science/slideshow/2013/09/01/digging-history-60-latest-discoveries-from-ancient-world/?intcmp=features#slide=1#ixzz2deIjWEkY

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  181. pbird9:54 AM

    Congrats to Bulgar Wheat. All good wishes extended!

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  182. pbird9:56 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfjXp4KTTY8

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  183. Storagemanager9:57 AM

    Le

    CAIRO - A "terrorist" staged an unsuccessful attack on a container ship passing through the Suez Canal on Saturday, in an attempt to disrupt the flow of ships through the waterway, the head of the Suez Canal Authority Mohab Memish said.

    The Suez Canal is a key global shipping line which is secured by the armed forcesave a message...
    http://www.jpost.com/Middle-East/Suez-Canal-Authority-says-attack-attempted-on-container-ship-324903

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  184. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO23B5C_Mcw

    funny video

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  185. Storagemanager10:01 AM

    Egyptian Muslims attack a Coptic church and topple a cross as President Morsi's supporters blame Christians for his downfall
    New video shows attack on church in Sohag diocese, southern Egypt
    Muslim Brotherhood supporters blame Egypt's ten per cent Christian population for ousting of president
    Christians say violent attacks on Coptic churches commonplace since Morsi's downfall on July 3 http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2407907/Egypt-Muslim-gang-attacks-Coptic-church-President-Mohammed-Morsi-ousted.html

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  186. Storagemanager10:07 AM

    Congrats Bulgar

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