And that is all.

Click Me! Support The Keith Richards Home For Aging Sluts

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Everybody's Got Something To Hide Except Me And My Monkey

I do not hide your righteousness 
in my heart; 
I speak of your faithfulness 
and your saving help.
 I do not conceal your love
 and your faithfulness
from the great assembly.
Psalm 40


  1. pbird9:16 AM

    hey Shalom you guys

  2. BulgarWheat9:16 AM

    everybodies got something to hide except for me and my monkey....
    I knew artwork along those lines would be present

  3. Storagemanager9:17 AM

    China's official news agency has called for the creation of a "de-Americanised world", saying the destinies of people should not be left in the hands of a hypocritical nation with a dysfunctional government.

    Heaping criticism and caustic ridicule on Washington, the Xinhua news agency called the US a civilian slayer, prisoner torturer and meddler in others' affairs, and said the 'Pax Americana' was a failure on all fronts.

    The official news agency of China, which is seen as the pretender to the world's superpower crown, then rubbed in more salt, calling American economic pre-eminence just a seeming dominance.

    "As US politicians of both political parties are still shuffling back and forth between the White House and the Capitol Hill without striking a viable deal to bring normality to the body politic they brag about, it is perhaps a good time for the befuddled world to start considering building a de-Americanised world," the editorial said.

  4. BulgarWheat9:18 AM

    shalom, pbird.
    tonight we're going to an SPCA Fund Raiser. If they auction off a chance to kick Mike Vick and any other abuser of critters in the nads, I'm going to big aggressively on it.

  5. BulgarWheat9:18 AM


  6. pbird9:20 AM

    sounds like a plan

  7. Storagemanager9:21 AM

    Is this for real? It’s not King Barack’s land; it’s supposed to be the people’s land, and his most groveling and unworthy subjects shouldn’t require a dispensation by His Benign Majesty to set foot on it. It is disturbing how easily large numbers of Americans lapse into a neo-monarchical prostration that few subjects of actual monarchies would be comfortable with these days. But then in actual monarchies the king takes a more generous view of “public lands.” Two years after Magna Carta, in 1217, King Henry III signed the Charter of the Forest, which despite various amendments and replacement statutes remained in force in Britain for some three-quarters of a millennium, until the early Seventies. If Magna Carta is a landmark in its concept of individual rights, the Forest Charter played an equivalent role in advancing the concept of the commons, the public space. Repealing various restrictions by his predecessors, Henry III opened the royal forests to the freemen of England, granted extensive grazing and hunting rights, and eliminated the somewhat severe penalty of death for taking the king’s venison. The NPS have not yet fried anyone for taking King Barack’s deer, but it is somewhat sobering to reflect that an English peasant enjoyed more freedom on the sovereign’s land in the 13th century than a freeborn American does on “the people’s land” in the 21st century

  8. pbird9:21 AM

    Big talk. Lets see them do anything about it.

  9. Storagemanager9:24 AM

    cuz lock your doors load your guns they cut off ebt cards nationwide” - Twitter

    They voted for Obama for the free stuff. Now the free stuff isn’t happening. So they riot.

    Today, the Electronic Benefits Transfer system (electronic food stamps debit card) went down in several states due to a computer glitch, and Obama voters are going nuts on Twitter, threatening mass rioting. This is free government money gone bad and exactly what’s wrong with our country.

    According to WoodTV (NBC 8),

    NBC News reports several states were affected by the glitch. The USDA released a statement saying:“EBT cards in a number of states have temporarily stopped working today due to a technical issue that the vendor that serves these states is experiencing. The vendor is working to fix this issue and EBT cards will work again once it is resolved. This issue is not related to the government shutdown.”

    - See more at:

  10. pbird9:25 AM

    They came back up last night.

  11. Storagemanager9:30 AM

    What: Veterans March To Take Back Our War Memorials

    When: Sunday, October 13, 2013, at 9:00 AM

    Where: World War II Memorial, Washington, DC

    Why: The Obama Administration is using the government shutdown as an excuse to keep our veterans from acknowledging the debt owed to them and their predecessors. This is unforgivable. It is also unjustified, as no taxpayer funds are spent by keeping these shrines open. We will open them ourselves, if that's what it takes.

    Be with Special Operations Speaks on Sunday as we join other veteran-support organizations in repossessing what belongs to us and the nation, not to a bunch of political hypocrites.

    Keep up to date on this event by checking our website: The latest information will be posted as soon as it's available.

    We know that there may be some degree of confrontation, given the anti-military attitude of the administration. It is our intention to avoid confrontation, and we request that you join us in avoiding any kind of physical contact with Park Rangers, police, or other law-enforcement personnel. Give them no excuse to hijack the moment.

    Pass the word. BE THERE!

    Read more: Family Security Matters
    Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

  12. BulgarWheat9:31 AM

    It's today. Don't think I'll be able to make the trip

  13. pbird9:41 AM

    The River of Bees (from Merwin's The Second Four Books of Poems)

    In a dream I returned to the river of bees
    Five orange trees by the bridge and
    Beside two mills my house
    Into whose courtyard a blindman followed
    The goats and stood singing
    Of what was older

    Soon it will be fifteen years

    He was old he will have fallen into his eyes

    I took my eyes
    A long way to the calendars
    Room after room asking how shall I live

    One of the ends is made of streets
    One man processions carry through it
    Empty bottles their
    Image of hope
    It was offered to me by name

    Once once and once
    In the same city I was born
    Asking what shall I say

    He will have fallen into his mouth
    Men think they are better than grass

    I return to his voice rising like a forkful of hay

    He was old he is not real nothing is real
    Nor the noise of death drawing water

    We are the echo of the future

    On the door it says what to do to survive
    But we were not born to survive
    Only to live

    borrowed from Maggies Farm

  14. pbird9:43 AM

    I dreamed of going to visit my old Assiniboine friend on the res. She has been dead for nineteen years now. Just kinda weird.

  15. Storagemanager9:44 AM

    Rather than suspend aid, US should support army fighting to prevent Egypt from becoming Islamic state,7340,L-4439692,00.html

  16. pbird9:47 AM

    In 2011, General Michael Hayden, who had earlier been director of both the National Security Agency and the Central Intelligence Agency, described the idea of computer hardware with hidden “backdoors” planted by an enemy as “the problem from hell.” This month, news reports based on leaked documents said that the NSA itself has used that tactic, working with U.S. companies to insert secret backdoors into chips and other hardware to aid its surveillance efforts.

    That revelation particularly concerned security experts because Hayden’s assessment is widely held to be true. Compromised hardware is difficult, and often impossible, to detect. Hardware can do things such as access data in ways invisible to the software on a computer, even security software. The possibility that computer hardware in use around the world might be littered with NSA backdoors raises the prospect that other nations’ agencies are doing the same thing, or that groups other than the NSA might find and exploit the NSA’s backdoors. Critics of the NSA say the untraceable nature of hardware flaws, and the potential for building them into many systems, also increases the risk that intelligence agencies that place them will be tempted to exceed legal restrictions on surveillance.

  17. mawskrat9:54 AM

    Good morning All......try and have a great one!

  18. pbird9:55 AM

    ugh, too early for that..///
    but good morning toyou

  19. Storagemanager9:57 AM

    Protesters Tear Down Barrycades At WWII Memorial…

  20. Storagemanager9:59 AM

    China Calls to End Use of US Dollar as International Reserve Currency

  21. BabbaZee10:02 AM

    maybe she wanted to say hey

  22. BabbaZee10:03 AM

    shalom on rye with grass

  23. yeah, been a while.

  24. Storagemanager10:05 AM

    is that a new drink?

  25. BabbaZee10:05 AM

    an old joke

  26. Skip V. Patel10:09 AM

    F-35s to carry Israeli developed helmet display

    Pentagon announces Elbit, its US partner to be sole supplier of helmets to all stealth aircraft . Deal worth more than $1 billion over 10 years

    Ha Ha Ha! I have been writing about this for years! Without Israeli optics and advanced avionics.... the F-22 & F-35's cannot compete with 35 yr. old F-15-F16's modified by the IAF.

  27. Storagemanager10:12 AM

    I have food..

  28. BulgarWheat10:12 AM

    food is good

  29. Skip V. Patel10:13 AM

  30. Skip V. Patel10:18 AM

    From 2001: BusterVooDoo

    Heaven forbid that I should boast about the IAF's clear superiority in talent and the article and make up your own mind.

    Fighter Tactics

    New SRAAMs are faster than the AIM-9 (due to larger motors or smaller wings) and have new infrared (IR) dome materials which do not blind the seeker when they are heated by air friction. With imaging infrared (IIR) seekers, they are just as effective against a non-afterburning target as against a full-reheat target. Under some circumstances, a modern SRAAM is a BVR missile, capable of being cued on to the target by aircraft sensors and locking on to it at an extreme range of 12-20km. "You can expect to be engaged from about 80km inbound and enter a [MRAAM] no-escape zone shortly thereafter," notes the BAE paper. The commit decision must be made sooner and, if the target pilot commits, the target will enter an SRAAM no-escape zone.

    Once the fighters 'merge' - that is, their momentum takes them within SRAAM range of each other, so that the first fighter to attempt to escape will offer his opponent an open tail-on shot - improved SRAAMs and helmet-mounted display (HMD) technology multiply the opportunities for WVR shots. It is no longer necessary to point the aircraft towards the adversary; any target within the field of regard of the missile seeker can be engaged instantly.

    According to one source, US Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornets from the Balkans theater recently engaged in mock combat with Israeli Air Force fighters. The Hornets were armed with AIM-9s, and the Israeli fighters carried Python 3 and Python 4 missiles and Elbit DASH helmet sights. IDR's source describes the results as "more than ugly", the Israelis prevailing in 220 out of 240 engagements.

    There are lessons to be learned from this engagement and other tests which have shown similar results. One is that modern HMDs and SRAAMs are essential. A second lesson is that WVR combat is extremely dangerous and will become more so. "We'll see less dogfighting once we get the ability to engage targets 90º off the nose," says Shaw. "Somebody's going to get a shot, and if the missile is lethal you're going to get hit." Even the recent history of engagements suggests that the 'furball' of fighter combat, with multiple engagements spread across miles of sky, is on its way out. "We don't see a history of high-g maneuvering in recent engagements," says one industry analyst. "It's fun to practice but unwise to pursue."

  31. Storagemanager10:18 AM

    John Bolton on tv.....Iran is going to get nukes and Obama is not going to stop it...

  32. Skip V. Patel10:21 AM

    How many billions of $$$$ have been wasting trying to appease Turkey and the Arabs by excluding Israeli "Jew" technology from the F-35 project?

    According to one source, US Marine Corps F/A-18 Hornets from the Balkans theater recently engaged in mock combat with Israeli Air Force fighters. The Hornets were armed with AIM-9s, and the Israeli fighters carried Python 3 and Python 4 missiles and Elbit DASH helmet sights. IDR's source describes the results as "more than ugly", the Israelis prevailing in 220 out of 240 engagements.

  33. coffee...

  34. Storagemanager10:25 AM

    And now the Police make an entrance

  35. Skip V. Patel10:26 AM

    Coffee good!

  36. I was thinking that they will be fortunate if they don't get fired on.

  37. Skip V. Patel10:29 AM

    The US Department of Defense announced it will abort the development of a helmet mounted display system (HDMS) for its F-35 stealth aircraft in favor of the model developed by the Israeli company Elbit

    As 4,000 F-35s are currently set for manufacture, the DoD's announcement means a contract worth more than $1 billion over 10 years.

    In addition, the helmet enables the pilot to "see through" the aircraft, by displaying footage from cameras set in various spots on its frame, including its underside, a feature especially useful in dogfights and bombing missions.

    The Israeli helmet will be part and parcel of all stealth aircraft produced starting in 2016, including the 100 ordered by Turkey. Ironically, should the US's allies in the Persian Gulf such as Saudi Arabia and Bahrain place an order, they will be forced to use the Israeli-developed HDMS.

  38. I wonder if they will actually do that.

  39. Storagemanager10:33 AM

    Barry Obama...I promise to arrest or shoot vets wherever I find them!

  40. luhmuh • 2 minutes ago


    a comment there

  41. Storagemanager10:38 AM

    DEVELOPING… Veterans Storm Washington D.C. #VetMarch … Lincoln Memorial Taken …Vietnam Veterans Memorial Taken …Barrycades Discarded

  42. BabbaZee10:38 AM


  43. Storagemanager10:38 AM

    By the way...NO ONE is covering the vets...not one!

  44. What Gottschalk has stumbled upon is our own homegrown version of Stalinism: the process by which triumphant radicals first challenge and then commandeer both traditional values and the instruments of state repression for their own purposes as they trade ideological purity for power.

    Since the inception of their Revolution – and well beneath the media radar screen – militants have been creating a panoply of new crimes and expanded redefinitions of existing crimes – all involving sexual relations. While it is very likely that the sexual revolution has also increased incidents of real sex crimes, the new gender crimes are different: they exploit the fear of sex crimes, but they redefine these politically to include not simply acts but deviations from orthodox political doctrines. The reality of the witch hunts thus bears no necessary relation to what is suggested by the inflammatory language and jargon:
    “rape” that includes consensual relations and in most instances is no more than that;
    domestic “violence” that involves no violence or any physical contact or threat of it;
    sexual “harassment” that can mean anything from simple flirtation to unauthorized opinions about morality or politics;
    “child abuse” that is routine parental discipline, or homeschooling, or concocted altogether to win advantage in divorce court;
    “bullying” that involves criticism of the homosexual agenda or other differences of belief and opinion;
    “that is forcibly divorced fathers trying to see their own children;

    And much more.

  45. new word, fresh yesterday i believe, for the barricades they put up over gov shutdown

  46. BabbaZee10:43 AM


  47. Storagemanager10:44 AM

    If they harm one this country come alive..

  48. Storagemanager10:46 AM

    We are one heartbeat away form civil war...if they harm one vet....people will march in numbers not seen in years..

  49. Going crazy trying to think of a word. Its a physics term for how the bulk of a process continues on its course although there may be a lot of contrasting business on the surface. Whatever it is, I feel that way about the country. There is a lot of stuff happening in a kind of superficial way that is pretty gnarly, but there is also a body of stuff that continues.
    What the heck am I talking about?

  50. Storagemanager10:51 AM

    A President's job is to calm the nation in times of you see this President calming the people....or doing his best to further the divide?

  51. not quite the caption we would use, but pretty good

  52. Storagemanager10:58 AM

    Gona go see the movie Captain Phillips...first movie in years I wanted to see..

  53. inertia! ok i feel better

  54. mawskrat11:03 AM

    hmmmmm.....supporting the
    jooooooooooooos in hollywierd//

  55. Storagemanager11:03 AM

    Barry Obama...who cares about some vet?....................Egyptian security officials say a US citizen detained in August for violating curfew in Sinai has been found dead in his jail cell. Officials identified the man as 66-year-old James Henry, a retired US Army officer who arrived in Cairo on Augut 25. They said Henry was detained in the turbulent region of northern Sinai three days later.

    Officials say Henry was flown to the Suez Canal city of Ismailia and held in police custody pending charges. They say Henry was found dead Sunday after using his belt and shoe laces to hang himself. (AP),7340,L-3083,00.html

  56. Skip V. Patel11:05 AM

    Don't won't happen.

    Post-Americans are like German sheep...they follow "Authority", no matter how fascist, without protest. (Boston anyone?)

    Shelter in place!

  57. probably

  58. Or some will and they will get squashed.

  59. They may be at early stages of their career, but young Israeli directors Navot Papushado and Aharon Keshales have likely fulfilled the ultimate fantasy of every filmmaker.

    It happened just two days ago when acclaimed American director Quentin Tarantino arrived at a screening of their film "Big Bad Wolves," grabbed the microphone and declared it "the best film of the year.",7340,L-4439908,00.html

  60. Storagemanager11:17 AM

    Secret Service Says #VetMarch Does Not Have a Permit To Protest At White House

  61. Storagemanager11:19 AM

    That is a disgrace.....those vets risk their lives for us...and no one is covering the march....

  62. It’s made for Hollywood: the story of an average American family man, captain of a cargo ship in dangerous waters, his vessel overtaken by armed Somali pirates demanding ransom, saving his crew by allowing himself to be removed from the boat and taken hostage.

    All of this is the basis for “Captain Phillips,” starring Tom Hanks as the titular, real-life hero. The only problem, say some members of the real Capt. Phillips’ crew, is none of it is true.

    Capt. Richard Phillips, they say, is no hero, and the film is one big lie.

  63. mawskrat11:22 AM

    what I was thinking

  64. Skip V. Patel11:37 AM

    Faux-Newz gave it 15 seconds!

  65. Skip V. Patel11:37 AM

    It's all about lawyers and $$$$$ Lawsuits against the shipping company!

  66. Storagemanager11:41 AM

    I am ashamed to live in a country that would treat our vets this way...

  67. Storagemanager11:44 AM

    ‘We Are Marching to the White House to Return’ the Barricades: ‘Million Vet March’ Descends on Washington

  68. Skip V. Patel11:46 AM

    Please note: The WW2 Vets did indeed risk their lives for "us", after that..... they gave their lives for corporations, tyrants, and for the past 30 years... on behalf of Islam.

    Our much loved friend Bulgar was blown up in defence of Yassir Arafat and the PLO! (And that is disgusting! Thanks a whole lot Ronny!)

  69. Skip V. Patel11:48 AM

    The Marchers have ID'd a sniper and two spotters training their weapons on the marchers!

    Thank you for your cervix!

  70. BulgarWheat11:52 AM

    State Department pikers!

  71. BulgarWheat11:54 AM

    Woodrow Wilson didn't have any issues with murdering WW I vets, why would Barry?

  72. BulgarWheat11:57 AM

    nothing ever changes.

  73. Storagemanager12:08 PM

    Park Police Arrive In Front Of White House …. In Riot Gear?

  74. riot gear vs vets

    good luck with that one

  75. What did you expect?

  76. Skip V. Patel12:47 PM

    Will the Gulag Patrol draw their weapons?

  77. They seem to be kinda split.

  78. Skip V. Patel12:52 PM

    McCain's "Heroes" claim another victory!

    Gunmen abducted six Red Cross workers and a local volunteer of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent in northwest Syria on Sunday, the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) said.

    The humanitarian agency had no contact with the unidentified gunmen but was appealing for the seven to be freed immediately, ICRC spokesman Ewan Watson said. "I am able to confirm that six ICRC staff members and one Syrian Arab Red Crescent volunteer have been abducted near Idlib in northwestern Syria," Watson told Reuters in Geneva.

  79. Skip V. Patel12:53 PM

    The live stream has been cut for a while now.


  81. a fair representation in some quarters

  82. pbird1:23 PM

    The Illustrated Journals of a Dairy Farmer in 1941

  83. all streaming and live feed from DC has been shut down.

  84. pbird1:53 PM

    that is ominous as hell

  85. BulgarWheat1:55 PM

    what does it all mean? Has TSHTF?

  86. Skip V. Patel2:00 PM

    Police tear gas #tlot #tcot #1MVetMarch #vetmarch

  87. Skip V. Patel2:02 PM

    Thanks for your service to the country formerly known as the "Land of The Free"

  88. Skip V. Patel2:04 PM

    No good veterans!

  89. Skip V. Patel2:05 PM

    Skip V. Patel
    • an hour ago

    The live stream has been cut for a while now.

  90. Skip V. Patel2:08 PM


    Kudos to the fascist police state!

    Fascism is not just for Jews and Niggahs!

  91. the WH

  92. BulgarWheat2:21 PM

    we're nothing but trouble I tells ya

  93. BulgarWheat2:35 PM

    what the hell are they up to now? I've never seen such a news blackout as this. Never in my life,...but who knows? Was probably happening my entire life.

  94. those police look scared shitless

  95. BulgarWheat2:40 PM

    that's a good thing and a bad thing. if they are indeed scared (the police) then some young cop could make a rash decision and this could turn out just like when Woodrow Wilson turned on the WW I troops. That got very ugly very quickly, and old Woody Wilson gave not a single fuck that day.

  96. just watched a video, of this small group of cops, they all had fear of death in their eyes- like an untrained teenager controlling their first riot

  97. BulgarWheat2:45 PM

    that's not good. I hope we can get through the day without this escalating. A lot of people would love to take advantage of this.

  98. Skip V. Patel2:46 PM

    For our 100% Texican...(Tejano) Dr.Q-Burnski...

    From the NeedleDropper

  99. think it winding down, just the smallish incident with truckers

  100. Skip V. Patel2:50 PM

    And one other///// for the Q-Burn....and Storage if he was ever in to la muzika

  101. Skip V. Patel2:55 PM

    Whatever happened to the Spats?

    "I am not currently playing anywhere. I work for the Garden Grove Unified School District as a pesticide
    specialist and do all of their pesticide programs."

  102. Skip V. Patel2:58 PM

    Some more forgotten gold!

    Limey and the Yanks from Orange County!

  103. BulgarWheat3:01 PM

    Thank GOD almighty!

  104. Skip V. Patel3:09 PM


  105. Skip V. Patel3:10 PM

    And for those who still have several brain-cells to nudge together!

  106. BabbaZee3:12 PM



  107. Skip V. Patel3:30 PM

    James Woods @RealJamesWoods

    Thank God we have baton wielding riot police to protect us from 85 yr old vets in wheelchairs. Thanks, Mr. Obama

  108. BabbaZee3:33 PM

    seems like they brought the barricades to the white house and then argued a little with cops wearing bicycle helmets then dispersed on their own

  109. BabbaZee3:35 PM

    At least one vulgar sign could be seen, which was directed more toward Republicans. It read "You can't be a conservative and a p**sy too."

  110. BabbaZee3:36 PM

    only one person was arrested

  111. pbird4:30 PM

    I certainly hope that's all there was to it.

  112. Skip V. Patel6:17 PM

    Computer genius John McAfee has dropped a bombshell on Obamacare enrollees warning Fox News in the video below that Obamacare websites have no way at all to protect those who enroll from hackers robbing their bank accounts blind.

  113. Skip V. Patel6:49 PM

    Ex-U.S. Rep. Gabby Giffords attends N.Y. gun show

    Orwell was a prophet!

  114. pbird6:57 PM

    Just got some shrimps and grits in a new Cajun joint. good...sea bugs

  115. Q_Burn7:20 PM

    Thanks for the spins señor Patel! I've been working on my taxes all day.. just got done. October 15 is the new April 15..

  116. pbird9:29 PM

    remember Sandy? I keep thinking about those guys.

  117. BabbaZee10:39 PM

    Grocery store owner has all his accounts seized by government for no reason

    In 2001, the Patriot Act amended federal law to make it easier for the government to seize money and other private property through civil forfeiture.Federal law requires banks to report cash transactions above $10,000, and it is illegal to "structure" cash deposits for the purpose of avoiding this requirement.

  118. Skip V. Patel6:09 AM

    Sure I remember Sandy,,,from Gresham, and then there is Sandy Ore.

    And the song.

  119. Skip V. Patel6:17 AM

    Post-America 2013: Bed bugs completely shut down Denver high school until Wednesday

    “When the bugs were discovered, students and faculty were immediately removed, and the Denver Public Schools Pest Control team conducted a treatment of the area,” the letter says. “On the two occasions that they visited campus, the team assessed the situation and determined that we do not have an infestation.”

    The exterminators did their dirty work on Saturday, reports CBS Denver.

    West High School will reopen on Wednesday.

    Students will only miss one school day. They already have Monday off because it’s Babba's Birthday.

  120. Skip V. Patel6:25 AM

    Bronx Cops ‘lied’ to reach arrest quotas

    A former city prosecutor wants the Bronx district attorney to probe a team of narcotics cops he says lied on the stand and helped put away innocent people to meet quotas.

    Peter Tilem, a criminal defense lawyer and one-time ADA, has submitted an allegedly damning August deposition to Bronx DA Robert Johnson and Police Commissioner Ray Kelly from a former narcotics detective on the team.

    The ex-cop, Genaro Morales, testifying in an unrelated case, admitted that he knew of cops who lied under oath when he worked in the Bronx narcotics unit from the mid-1990s to 2006.

    The cops “were under tremendous pressure,’’ Tilem says in the letter. They would “fabricate stories of drug possession or drug sale in order to get their required number of arrests.’’

    Morales was being crossed-examined by strip-club owner Sam Zherka in a civil caseover a commercial-business dispute, and Zherka, acting as his own lawyer and referring to himself in the third person, asked him:

    “Did you ever state to Mr. Zherka, ‘We put away some poor slob in The Bronx?’ ”

    “I’m sure it did happen. I just don’t remember the exact conversation we had,” Morales replied about the 2010 incident.

    Morales acknowledged that he knew of other detectives who lied to support their arrests.

  121. BabbaZee7:54 AM


  122. Storagemanager8:35 AM

    Walid Shoebat, the former Muslim Brotherhood terrorist who turned to love and Christianity. He exposes Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, dissects the administration’s Islamist odyssey, makes The Case for Islamophobia, and much, much more:

  123. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    The twilight zone explained.........There is no hard distinction between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.
    Harold Pinter, 2005 literature Nobel Prize

  124. pbird8:45 AM


  125. Storagemanager8:46 AM

    Obama’s Dangerous Claim to Executive Power

  126. pbird8:46 AM


  127. Storagemanager8:54 AM

    Captain Phillips was a damn good movie...I can't remember the last movie I paid to see.

  128. BabbaZee8:57 AM

    weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!! gracias amiga

  129. pbird9:00 AM


    Shelves in Walmart stores in Springhill and Mansfield, LA were reportedly cleared Saturday night, when the stores allowed purchases on EBT cards even though they were not showing limits.

    The chaos that followed ultimately required intervention from local police, and left behind numerous carts filled to overflowing, apparently abandoned when the glitch-spurred shopping frenzy ended.

    Springhill Police Chief Will Lynd confirms they were called in to help the employees at Walmart because there were so many people clearing off the shelves. He says Walmart was so packed, "It was worse than any black Friday" that he's ever seen.

    Lynd explained the cards weren't showing limits and they called corporate Walmart, whose spokesman said to let the people use the cards anyway. From 7 to 9 p.m., people were loading up their carts, but when the cards began showing limits again around 9, one woman was detained because she rang up a bill of $700.00 and only had .49 on her card. She was held by police until corporate Walmart said they wouldn't press charges if she left the food.

    scary shiite

  130. MyDogLuke9:06 AM

    Must be them Rebel Amish again. I do wish they'd move their buggies to the side of the road so you can get around them. They probably brought the draft horses and big wagons to make off with their free booty.

  131. pbird9:07 AM

    Ha. Somehow Walmart doesn't seem to be their scene.

  132. pbird9:13 AM

  133. pbird9:17 AM

    Obamacare computer code riddled with typos, Latin filler text, desperate programmer comments and disastrous architecture

    Learn more:

  134. pbird9:19 AM

    My analysis of the Javascript running
    I have personally looked at the Javascript code running part of the website. If you are curious how I got the code, I simply typed the URL of the Javascript code into the browser address field. The browser then pulls up the entire code block, because Javascript is client-side code (not server-side).

    What I am seeing in this code is nothing short of jaw-dropping. As people are now saying, this code is "CRAAAAAZY!" You almost can't even call it Javascript code. If you sat down 100 monkeys in front of 100 typewriters and told them to start banging away, I'm confident at least one of them would come up with something far better than the Javascript code.

    In fact, I am practically ROFLMAO just looking at this code. Any competent programmer in the world, upon seeing this, would just burst their britches in knowing the U.S. government spent $600+ million dollars on this project. Inside the code, the Javascript programmer comments are just off-the-charts hilarious.

    Learn more:

  135. pbird9:23 AM

    My contention is that it was never meant or expected to work. What is going on here?

  136. MyDogLuke9:32 AM

    They have sheds to park their rigs around here, unless they hitch a ride with us English.

  137. MyDogLuke9:34 AM

    Their idea of "working" is not the same as ours. Govt needs to screw things up and then Govt needs to reeeeeally fix it good.

  138. pbird9:35 AM

    song starts at 2:17

  139. pbird9:36 AM

    Funny, to the Amish we are English, to the Mormons we are Gentiles. oy

  140. MyDogLuke9:36 AM

    Can you buy Cigs by yourself yet young lady?

  141. pbird9:37 AM

    Of course the goal is single payer. But it seems like they could skip some of the Kabuki.

  142. MyDogLuke9:38 AM

    I'm very Gentile, and I even watched a chick flick last night with my girls.

  143. MyDogLuke9:40 AM

    Yeah, that system works so well in Great Britain, why not mention it. My Dad was just in the Hospital for a couple days, glad he was still able to be treated.

  144. pbird9:43 AM

    thats a grampa joke

  145. pbird9:46 AM

  146. MyDogLuke9:51 AM

    It was the new "Pride and Predjudice. Don't tell my girls, but it was pretty well done. But.... in keeping with my manly rules, I'm only obligated to watch any chick flick once.

  147. BabbaZee9:52 AM


  148. MyDogLuke9:53 AM

    That was nice.

  149. pbird9:54 AM

    She said there was a large police presence during the melee and at one point, what she called a "riot tank" rolled through with police officers hanging off the sides and loudspeakers warning people to disperse.

    "It was very surreal," said Victoria Sewell, a WWU senior, who walked into the fracas Saturday night on her way to a friend's house. "There were so many police cars and people. I've never seen anything like that in Bellingham."

    She said police let off tear gas and sound grenades.

    ah, Bellngham has one too

  150. BabbaZee9:54 AM

    they all have them now
    and swat squads


  151. pbird9:54 AM

    I HATE chick flicks. Ugh.

  152. pbird9:55 AM

    Its pretty silly in a way to see the local cops with one of those tanks. Looks goofy.



  155. MyDogLuke10:10 AM

    If I was the clerk, I'd have to ask for ID to make sure

  156. BabbaZee10:17 AM

    20,000 bees removed from elderly woman's home

  157. BabbaZee10:18 AM

    zimmy zim zim zim

  158. OY! Dats a lotta bees baby!

  159. I am glad they didn't ignorantly kill the bees. Many times at a bee removal they do.

  160. OOOOO its foggy out! Love fog.

  161. he was pestering me all night with When the NIght Comes Falling. I don't get no sleep atall.



  164. MyDogLuke10:45 AM

    Honey bees and Bumble bees are allowed to live, all other fly-sting insects fall under God's "Dominon over the earth" clause, and get killed.

  165. house flies.....going down!
    spiders I throw outside


    check it out

  167. BabbaZee10:56 AM

    aww george

  168. BabbaZee10:56 AM


  169. BabbaZee10:57 AM

    yes good bees they weren't bothering anyone and they are useful!

  170. MyDogLuke10:59 AM

    Spydears get schmushed by the girls. Stink bugs get thrown outside. Mice are safe in this house with Phaticus the cat on patrol.

  171. BabbaZee11:04 AM

    that's cool!

  172. mawskrat11:10 AM

    Good Morning All and Happy Monday!

  173. BabbaZee11:21 AM


  174. Happy Monday

  175. mawskrat12:01 PM

    big pow wow at the White House...I predict nada

  176. mawskrat12:02 PM

    so the Name Redskins is RACIST
    what about the WHITE HOUSE//

  177. Pff t. Of course!

  178. MyDogLuke2:31 PM

    Casa Blanca is cool.

    Lots of wimmin and their kids at the local Orchard for Columbus Day. Some of the moms might have been fine looking, but I didn't notice that.

  179. MyDogLuke3:16 PM

    I certainly wouldn't say if I did! If momma ain't happy ....... I already went through that once with version 1.0.

  180. Happy Birthday Babba!

  181. BabbaZee4:13 PM

    ooo thanks

  182. pbird4:42 PM

    I kinda would doubt the veracity of someone who said they didn't notice. IOW be real.

  183. pbird5:51 PM

    Several dozen U.S. Army active duty and reserve troops were told last week that the American Family Association, a well-respected Christian ministry, should be classified as a domestic hate group because the group advocates for traditional family values.

    The briefing was held at Camp Shelby in Mississippi and listed the AFA alongside domestic hate groups like the Ku Klux Klan, Neo-Nazis, the Black Panthers and the Nation of Islam.

  184. pbird5:51 PM

    A soldier who attended the briefing contacted me and sent me a photograph of a slide show presentation that listed AFA as a domestic hate group. Under the AFA headline is a photograph of Westboro Baptist Church preacher Fred Phelps holding a sign reading “No special law for f***.”

    American Family Association has absolutely no affiliation with the controversial church group known for picketing the funerals of American service members.

  185. Skip V. Patel5:54 PM

    What is "IOW"????

    (Is it like "IOU"??)

  186. pbird6:03 PM

    no no! in other words p is being that way again

  187. pbird6:05 PM

    The Little Eichmanns of the Government Shutdown

  188. pbird6:56 PM

    The owner of a woodlot near Grand Falls N.B. told the CBC he’s lucky to be alive after a bear attacked him in the forest.

    Gilles Cyr was out for a walk through his woodlot when suddenly a large black object ran out of the woods and attacked him. To prevent the bear from killing him, Cyr grabbed its tongue in a desperate bid for survival.

    “When I opened up my eyes it was on top of me – with the friggin’ noise, it’s crazy the way it growls. Right from the stomach. It’s not from the mouth, it’s just inside. His mouth was wide open right in front of my face so the last thing I remember I had his tongue in my hand and I didn’t want to let go because he was trying to fight me off. So he was hitting me with his claws, so I says, ‘If you’re going to hurt me, I’m going to hurt you too.’ So he was biting his tongue at the same time,” said Cyr.

    Cyr explained he grabbed the bears tongue out of instinct and managed to escape behind a tree. The bear still managed to claw his stomach and bit his knee. The animal eventually lost interest and decided to walk away.

  189. ChicagoBlue9:04 PM

    Oh good!

    Not too late to wish you a Happy Birthday, Babba!

    Love from me and Mutt - sure hope you celebrated.

  190. some recent pictures of the American west