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Saturday, November 9, 2013

40,000 Headmen

He will be a wild ass of a man; 
his hand will be against everyone 
and everyone’s hand against him, 
and he will live in hostility 
 toward all his brothers...

504 comments:

  1. pbird9:16 PM

    borrowed from a nice lady elsewhere

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  2. BabbaZee10:13 PM

    that's right

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  3. BulgarWheat5:42 AM

    my pal, Gary passed away yesterday afternoon. I sure am going to miss him. hand that lad pretty much any instrument and he'd have it mastered before he brought it up to his chest. He was also a very accomplished artist. In the last seven years I've lost two childhood pals that were both accomplished musicians and artists. I even have a picture of Gary and Mark jammin' that my dad sent to me. I was off somewhere in the Army when I got these pictures. I really wish I could have been there to hear them playing that night.
    Gary was an agent of GOD. A very spritual lad. He was very instrumental in my developing a relationship with GOD, Jesus. For that I will be eternally grateful for his friendship. He will be missed by many.

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  4. BulgarWheat6:24 AM

    I seen the man in the moon

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  5. BabbaZee7:12 AM

    oooo!

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  6. BabbaZee7:13 AM

    awww so sorry Bulgar

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  7. BabbaZee7:14 AM

    As many as 10,000 people are feared dead in one city alone after Super Typhoon Haiyan - one of the most powerful storms ever recorded - slammed into the central islands of the Philippines, officials said.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/world/2013/11/10/typhoon-haiyan-philippines-vietnam/3488431/

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  8. BulgarWheat7:18 AM

    so many stories with Gary I could tell. Here's a shot of us. I must have just left Ft. Bragg. I'm still wearing that seiko watch 35 years later. I was home on leave. Billy Evers, Gary, Me, and Gary Thomas. And my old truck.

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  9. BabbaZee7:19 AM

    The patients who listened to music had less anxiety and lower cortisol than people who took drugs.

    http://www.cnn.com/2013/04/15/health/brain-music-research/index.html?iid=article_sidebar

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

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  10. BabbaZee7:20 AM

    another awww

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  11. BabbaZee7:29 AM

    264,000 Jobs Added but 700,000 Fewer Americans Employed?

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/businessdesk/2013/11/264000-jobs-added-but-700000-f.html

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  12. BabbaZee7:31 AM

    The Syrian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood will announce the formation of a political party on Nov. 12 with the party's deputy leader set to be a Christian, the London-based Asharq al-Awsat newspaper reported


    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/11/09/Syria-s-Muslim-Brotherhood-to-announce-political-party.html

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  13. BulgarWheat8:17 AM

    someone posted this. I'm rattling some pans making breakfast for me and the lad. watch if you have a few minutes.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x3Y1O93hApM&feature=share

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  14. Skip V. Patel8:18 AM

    Prayers for the soul of Bulgar's friend Gary.

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  15. Skip V. Patel8:18 AM

    Iran general: No doubt Israel and America will be attacked

    Even before the nuclear negotiations between Iran and the 5+1 world powers ended in Geneva early Sunday with no deal, an Iranian general lashed out at America Saturday and warned both the U.S. and Israel that they will be attacked.
    http://dailycaller.com/2013/11/09/iran-general-no-doubt-israel-and-america-will-be-attacked/

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  16. BabbaZee8:18 AM

    amen

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  17. Skip V. Patel8:23 AM

    America non grata

    The possibility of a nuclear deal rankles Israeli leaders and turns the press against the US

    While the world waited to see whether world powers would reach an agreement with Iran over its nuclear program (spoiler: they didn’t), the Israeli press didn’t wait for the final bell in order to go on the offensive. And the new target for most of the papers is not Iran, but America.

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/america-non-grata/

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  18. Skip V. Patel8:33 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LTq8TrA3hb4&feature=youtu.be

    What's this about?

    Google are now forcing everyone with YouTube accounts to activate G+ accounts.

    Apparently, you can no longer comment there without signing in via a G+ account.

    I will move all of my video activity in the future to Vimeo.

    Try as they may, I have resisted this up until now.

    They have already been trying to shovel every gmail account into G+ for months.

    Ultimately they want everyone to have a G+ account linked to a name verified with a cell phone number.

    And I am sure there are plenty of idiots happy to go along with that idea.

    This is what I find particularly insidious about the whole thing.

    I, however, am G-Minus.

    Sooooo....

    Fuck you Google Plus!

    And kudos to @EmmaBlackery

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  19. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    Obama Negotiating Secret Treaty .... While the editorial acknowledges that some are “worried about provisions on intellectual property that could restrict the availability of generic medicines and grant longer copyright protections to big media companies,” it nevertheless argues that a “good deal” would “not only help individual countries but set an example for global trade talks.” http://weaselzippers.us/

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  20. Storagemanager8:37 AM

    that could restrict the availability of generic medicines

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  21. Storagemanager8:39 AM

    HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!.....................Rohani says nuclear rights are 'red lines'

    Day after world powers, Tehran fail to reach nuclear agreement, Iranian president says Islamic Republic 'will not bow its head to threats from any authority'
    ( BARRY AND LURCH ARE CRYING ) http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4451460,00.html

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  22. Storagemanager8:40 AM

    Yes Barry....they are mocking YOU!.... 'red lines'

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  23. Storagemanager8:42 AM

    PRAY for them.........

    Philippines Typhoon: 10,000 Estimated Dead
    Philippines officials: 10,000 dead, 800K missing, and major urban centers flattened by raging storm. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/173812#.Un-M9p3na70

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  24. BulgarWheat8:45 AM

    Thank you both! He was well in tune with G-D and I would imagine was jammin' with Johnny Cash last night with Jesus sitting in on the keyboards. The very thought brings a smile to my face.

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  25. Storagemanager8:47 AM

    KARACHI:

    The unabated violence in the city’s volatile Lyari neighbourhood has forced its entire Christian community to move to safer areas The Express Tribune has learnt.

    Threats, killings, interferences in personal matters, drugs, extortion and rape of young girls were some of the reasons that compelled the out-migration from one of the oldest parts of Lyari, called Slaughter House.
    http://tribune.com.pk/story/629740/migrating-out-lyari-forces-its-christians-residents-to-move-out/

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  26. Skip V. Patel8:51 AM

    Business-logic of cooperating with the NSA has changed

    In an Atlantic editorial, Bruce Schneier discusses the post-Snowden business-climate. The NSA relied on Internet giants to do surveillance for them (surveillance being a major part of the Big Data business model), and pre-Snowden, there was no real downside to cooperating with illegal NSA spying requests -- in some cases, spooks would shower your company with money if it went along with the gag. Post-Snowden, all surveillance cooperation should be presumed to be destined to be made public, and that's changed the corporate calculus.

    http://m.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/11/a-fraying-of-the-public-private-surveillance-partnership/281289/

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  27. Storagemanager8:53 AM

    Jay Leno offered some advice to Barack Obama this week – He’d be better off smoking crack than pushing Obamacare.
    Ouch. http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2013/11/leno-obamas-better-off-smoking-crack-like-rob-ford-than-passing-obamacare-video/

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  28. Storagemanager8:53 AM

    JAY LENO: And President Obama saw gravity today – not the film, his poll numbers, not good. [Light laughter] Latest polls show President Obama’s approval rating down to 39 percent. And Toronto mayor Rob Ford’s approval rating went up to 49 percent. How does this make Obama feel? He’s better off smoking crack than passing ObamaCare – would have been up ten points. Would have been ten points higher. [Applause]

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  29. Skip V. Patel8:56 AM

    DOD: Maintaining U.S., NATO Force in Afghanistan Critical
    U.S., NATO presence required to prevent Taliban, al Qaeda from regaining foothold
    http://freebeacon.com/dod-maintaining-u-s-nato-force-in-afghanistan-critical/

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  30. Storagemanager8:57 AM

    Barack Obama promised Americans 29 times “you can keep your health care” once Obamacare was law.

    So far over 4.2 million Americans have lost their health insurance due to Obamacare. That’s more than the population of 26 states.
    That number is likely to climb to 52 million. ....... ( now the punch line... Barry speaks )....................The only way we can continue to place pressure to get that bill done is by making sure that the other side — or at least that small faction on the other side — understands there’s a price to pay when you don’t act on the basis of the interests of the American people. And so that’s something that I hope we can still get done by the end of this year http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/

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  31. Storagemanager8:58 AM

    Barry Obama...
    there’s a price to pay when you don’t act on the basis of the interests of the American people................( THIS MAN IS NUTS AND EVIL )

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  32. Skip V. Patel9:00 AM

    In a truly bizarre case of the 21st century meeting the 7th, al-Qaeda is taking to Twitter to instruct fellow terror thugs how to properly behead the enemies of Islam but ensuring said head lopping is done so in a “kindly” fashion, as reported by the Islamo-centric news portal Al-Alam of Tehran, Iran on Nov. 7, 2013.
    http://themuslimissue.wordpress.com/2013/11/10/al-qaedas-new-pr-efforts-twitters-how-to-kindly-cut-someones-head-off/

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  33. Storagemanager9:01 AM

    Al Jazeera Picks Up Hotel Tab for Muslim Brotherhood Leaders »

    “It’s a channel dedicated to the Muslim Brotherhood. “They fund the Muslim Brotherhood.”
    http://frontpagemag.com/

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  34. Storagemanager9:02 AM

    UN: 1975

    United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379, adopted by a vote of 72 to 35 (with 32 abstentions), equated Zionism with racism. The resolution was revoked by Resolution 4686 on December 16, 1991.

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  35. Storagemanager9:20 AM

    Secretary Lurch.....I had a private meeting with the Mahdi....he is a swell guy...

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  36. mawskrat9:21 AM

    Good Morning Ferals!!!

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  37. Storagemanager9:23 AM

    Egypt will be expanding cooperation with Russia following a diplomatic fall
    out with the United States after President Mohammad Mursi’s ouster, Foreign
    Minister Nabil Fahmy said on Saturday.

    Russia’s defense and foreign ministers are expected to visit Cairo to discuss
    arms sales and political relations, Agence France-Presse reported.
    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/11/10/Egypt-will-expand-cooperation-with-Russia-says-FM.html

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  38. Storagemanager9:26 AM

    Good job Barry.....You are helping Vlad rebuild the U.S.S.R.

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  39. Storagemanager9:27 AM

    Egypt had close ties with Russia until several years before president Anwar
    Sadat made peace with Israel in 1979, leading to $1.3 billion in yearly U.S.
    military aid.

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  40. BabbaZee9:30 AM

    well hello there

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  41. Storagemanager9:30 AM

    Let’s look at these three blocs in a little more detail.

    The first, Iranian-led bloc, including Assad in Syria and Hizballah in Lebanon, is the most familiar. The Iranian ambition, clearly stated, is to replace the U.S. as the dominant power in the energy-rich Gulf area, to build a contiguous alliance of pro-Iranian states stretching from the Iranian border to the Mediterranean and into the Levant, and thus to emerge as the strongest force in the Middle East. It is committed to acquiring a nuclear capability to underwrite and insure this process against action to prevent it.

    Iran’s Shia nature means that this bloc has a legitimacy gap outside of the minority Shia Arab populations which is probably insurmountable. Because of ideological conviction and also to bridge this gap, Iran noisily proclaims itself for the destruction of Israel. It believes sincerely in this, but it also hopes to woo the Sunni Arab masses through this appeal to an objective also dear to their hearts.

    The second bloc noted by the “Turkish officials” is that of “Turkey, Qatar, Hamas and the Muslim Brotherhood.” This is the Sunni Islamist alignment that a year ago looked to be on the march across the region, as a result of the popular uprisings once misleadingly called the “Arab Spring.”

    But 2013 has been a terrible year for the Muslim Brothers. They have lost power in Egypt and in Tunisia. A new emir in Qatar appears to prefer a more modest regional stance. And in Syria, al-Qaeda and Salafi-oriented units now form the most active pillar in a confused insurgency which shows signs of turning in on itself.

    The eclipse of this bloc in turn draws attention to the third alliance mentioned in the quote. This is the bloc consisting of Saudi Arabia, Jordan, and the Gulf Cooperation Council countries excluding Qatar. It is the bloc of the conservative Sunni Arab monarchies.

    The monarchies survived intact the recent wave of popular agitation in the Arab world, which instead took its toll on the “secular,” military regimes.
    http://pjmedia.com/blog/after-the-pax-americana/

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  42. BabbaZee9:32 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AFa1-kciCb4

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  43. Skip V. Patel9:35 AM

    Baltimore, Maryland: A police officer pleaded guilty to extortion and aggravated battery. She was engaged in a scheme where she would provide the names and social security numbers of persons arrested by the police department to an individual who could file false tax returns to obtain fraudulent tax refunds.
    http://t.co/aLamvGlcMM

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  44. mawskrat9:41 AM

    World War II's surviving Doolittle Raiders make final toast

    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/11/10/world-war-ii-surviving-doolittle-raiders-make-final-toast/

    this kid gets it !

    Twelve-year-old Joseph John Castellano's grandparents brought him from their Dayton home.

    "This was Tokyo. The odds of their survival were one in a million," the boy said. "I just felt like I owe them a few short hours of the thousands of hours I will be on Earth."

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  45. BulgarWheat9:43 AM

    Gary's sister posted his goodbye message for everyone. Ah man! The snot and the tears are plentiful. You may notice that Gary has his right eye closed. He lost his eye when he was a little kid and had a glass eye. He was very self-concisous about that but still could laugh about it. If you're lucky you'll meet someone like Gary once in your life.
    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=164011800475965&set=vb.100006014371977&type=2&theater

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  46. Storagemanager9:45 AM

    On this Day in Weather History...
    In 1915, November turned nasty when 3 tornadoes, 2 of which were violent F4s, struck Central and South Central Kansas. The first violent tornado, with a track 35 miles long and 300 yards wide, struck Great Bend, killing 11 and injuring 75. Damage totaled around $1 million as 160 homes were destroyed. Around 1,000 sheep were killed. Hundreds of dead ducks were fell from the sky 25 miles northeast of the end of the tornado's track. The F4 twister that struck South Central Kansas, carved a track 16 miles long and 200 yards wide, from 4 miles south of Peck to Derby. Four people were killed and 28 were injured. The other twister, a narrow F2 with a track 3 miles long, but only 30 yards wide, moved just a couple miles southeast of Pratt. && In 1975, the Edmund Fitzgerald, a 729 foot long Great Lakes freighter, sank during a gale in Eastern Lake Superior about 17 miles northwest of the entrance to Whitefish Bay at a depth of 530 feet. All 29 crew members on board died in the tragedy, making it the most famous disaster in the history of Great Lakes shipping.

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  47. Skip V. Patel9:45 AM

    We pray for his soul.....and yours as well.


    May G-d bless Gary.

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  48. BabbaZee9:46 AM

    Amen

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  49. Storagemanager9:49 AM

    "On the way to the airport we saw many bodies along the street," said Philippine-born Australian Mila Ward, 53, who was waiting at the Tacloban airport to catch a military flight back to Manila. "They were covered with just anything — tarpaulin, roofing sheets, cardboards." She said she passed "well over 100" dead bodies along the way.

    Andrews said the seaside airport terminal was “ruined” by storm surges.
    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/11/10/strongest-typhoon-year-hits-philippines/

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  50. BabbaZee9:49 AM

    The Doolittle Raid, also known as the Tokyo Raid, on 18 April 1942, was an air raid by the United States on the Japanese capital Tokyo and other places on Honshu island during World War II, the first air raid to strike the Japanese Home Islands. It demonstrated that Japan itself was vulnerable to American air attack, was retaliation for the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor on 7 December 1941, provided an important boost to U.S. morale, and damaged Japanese morale. The raid was planned and led by Lieutenant Colonel James "Jimmy" Doolittle, U.S. Army Air Forces.

    Sixteen U.S. Army Air Forces B-25B Mitchell medium bombers were launched without fighter escort from the U.S. Navy's aircraft carrier USS Hornet deep in the Western Pacific Ocean, each with a crew of five men. The plan called for them to bomb military targets in Japan, and to continue westward to land in China—landing a medium bomber on the Hornet was impossible. Fifteen of the aircraft reached China, and the other one landed in the Soviet Union. All but three of the crew survived, but all the aircraft were lost. Eight crewmen were captured by the Japanese Army in China; three of these were executed. The B-25 that landed in the Soviet Union at Vladivostok was confiscated and its crew interned for more than a year. Fourteen crews, except for one crewman, returned either to the United States or to American forces.[1][2] An estimated 250,000 Chinese civilians were killed by the Japanese during their search for Doolittle's men.[3][4]

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

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  51. BulgarWheat9:58 AM

    gonna be a tough day. Time to get cleaned up, hoist the flag up on Lucille and take a mind-clearing ride.

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  52. BabbaZee10:01 AM

    time to buy the jalapenos

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  53. Its incredible and receiving not much attention.

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  54. Sorry you lost your friend Bulgar. They always say he's in a better place, but he really is in a better place. Its not too many times in life we have a friend like he was.

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  55. I am so sad for the Fillipinos. But good morning anyhow.

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  56. BulgarWheat10:50 AM

    Thank you, pbird. He was diagnosed when I was out working in Seattle. He wasn't supposed to even survive until Christmas that year. He was an amazing man. I'm fortunate to have had such a wonderful friend. Now I go ride Lucille.

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  57. Skip V. Patel10:50 AM

    The cost of welfare

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  58. Skip V. Patel10:53 AM

    Kerry: U.S. ‘not blind, stupid’ in nuclear talks with Iran
    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/11/10/U-S-insists-Iran-won-t-acquire-nuclear-weapon.html

    "When you have Arabs and Israelis speaking in one voice it's worth paying attention to..." Netanyahu to CBS on opposition to Iran deal

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  59. Skip V. Patel10:55 AM

    What Mass Killers Want—And How to Stop Them
    Rampage shooters crave the spotlight, and we should do everything possible to deprive them of it.
    http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303309504579181702252120052

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  60. What do you do next, if this is where you live?

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  61. I agree. Never say the names they were given.

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  62. Skip V. Patel10:59 AM

    Anyone Skeptical Of National Health Insurance Should Read This Short Story About How Much Better It Is

    http://www.businessinsider.com/national-health-insurance-2013-11?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+businessinsider+%28Business+Insider%29

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  63. Skip V. Patel11:03 AM

    And have the cops stop playing dress-up and posing for the cameras!

    Now...check out this article and photos and compare the valiant and brave family heroes... to the chickenshit cops!

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2495252/Bethany-Arceneaux-s-family-recall-dramatic-shootout-kidnap-rescue.html

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  64. It sounds good Skip...but I know that in Britain they have some pretty horrible hospitals and lose people to complete incompetence of the staff. They need to clean up their act too.

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  65. Skip V. Patel11:15 AM

    The NHS now costs the UK less than half as much per person as the U.S. system does. It is paid for with an ~11% tax. The contributions equate to about $3,000 a year per person.

    In addition to the National Health Service, the UK also has private insurers, which about 10% of the population choose to use.

    In other words, the British system has all the benefits we say we love so much — the ability to pay more for premium heathcare if we want it — and it also covers the basics for everyone in the country at half of our per-capita costs.

    Not bad!

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  66. A defunct satellite from the European Space Agency the size of a Chevy Suburban is set to plunge to Earth somewhere between Sunday night and Monday afternoon -- and experts say there's no way to precisely determine where it will crash.

    Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/story/23924553/heads-up-a-2000-pound-satellite-may-crash-in-your-backyard-sunday-night#ixzz2kGBcVGW7
    Follow us: @myfoxny on Twitter | Fox5NY on Facebook

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  67. Its cheaper, and works pretty well as long as you don't end up in the wrong hospital with no family member to watch over you.

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  68. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    as you don't end up in the wrong hospital with no family member to watch over you.

    that is true here too

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  69. BabbaZee11:19 AM

    For I was hungry and you gave me nothing to eat,

    I was thirsty and you gave me nothing to drink...

    http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+25&version=NIV

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  70. I have been left alone in several hospitals over the years and did fine, but of course that was here in the sleepy old pacific northwest where things tend to be ok.

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  71. Skip V. Patel11:19 AM

    I worked in three UK hospitals while at university...I was also a kidney patient. If not for the National Health (NHS) I'd have died a long time ago.

    Jodie of Battalion of Deborah is the head of nursing at Parkland Hospital in Dallas, and another close friend is head nurse at LA County Hospital..... they have many horror stories to tell.

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  72. I am sure that is true.

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  73. Skip V. Patel11:21 AM

    Before moving to the UK.... I worked at Harborview (While studying at Seattle U.)

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  74. Harborview can be a scary place. Never had care there.

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  75. Skip V. Patel11:22 AM

    Harborview did institute the first mobile cardiac-care ambulance in the US

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  76. They did! Seattle is a pretty safe place if you just gotta have a heart attack.

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  77. My daughter is probably going to end up in their lab. The head over there is trying to get her to come over from the UW medical center.

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  78. Muslims Kill Christians And Drink Their Blood, And Say It Gives Them Salvation

    http://shoebat.com/2013/11/09/muslims-kill-christians-drink-blood-say-gives-salvation/

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  79. A $20,000 reward is being handed out to an unnamed Bay State resident who helped cops track down two FBI rifles allegedly stolen by a 16-year-old from Lawrence.The FBI tonight announced the cash award "is expected to be given to a member of the public."Andover police and the FBI are now investigating how those two rifles were stolen from a bureau vehicle parked overnight in Andover. - See more at: http://bostonherald.com/news_opinion/local_coverage/2013/11/20000_reward_to_be_paid_out_in_fbi_rifle_theft_case#sthash.LwoaOuQt.dpuf

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  80. The JFK ASSASSINATION DIARY: My Search For Answers to the Mystery of the Century
    http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1492831506/ref=as_li_qf_sp_asin_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=9325&creativeASIN=1492831506&linkCode=as2&tag=wwwviolentkicom

    could be interesting

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  81. United States of Underemployment: Dead-End Jobs Prop Up Employment Growth

    http://finance.yahoo.com/blogs/breakout/united-states-underemployment-why-wrong-jobs-propped-today-162511421.html

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  82. pbird1:56 PM

    The policeman is not your friend. He comes closer to being the neighborhood strongman. His badge gives him a personal prerogative to suspend or dismiss your rights. As time has passed, police forces everywhere have been populated by persons who enjoy doing exactly that, gradually displacing the older generations of cops who retained some vestige of respect for the communities that employed them.

    http://bastionofliberty.blogspot.com/2013/11/not-enough-part-2-enablers.html

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  83. pbird1:57 PM

    Those who confer the "good guy / protector" presumption upon the armed agents of the State seldom have reasons for doing so grounded in personal experience. Mainly they've been conditioned into it by an enabler or enablers. Those who "teach" our children are perhaps the most important of the enablers.

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  84. pbird3:32 PM

    Getting into the spirit of things, Gila Regional Medical Center subsequently sent Mr. Eckert a bill for $6,000. It appears he had one of what the president calls those “bad apple” plans that doesn’t cover anal rape. Doubtless, under the new regime, Obamacare navigators will be happy to take a trip up your northwest passage free of charge. That’s what it is, by the way: anal rape. The euphemisms with which the state dignifies the process — “cavity search” — are distinctions that exist only in the mind of the perpetrator, not the fellow on the receiving end. Fleet Street’s Daily Mail reports that this is at least the second anal fishing expedition mounted by local authorities. Timothy Young underwent a similar experience after being fingered by the same police dog, Leo, who may not be very good at sniffing drugs but certainly has an eye for a pert bottom. At the time of Mr. Young’s arrest, Leo’s police license had reportedly expired a year-and-a-half earlier, but why get hung up on technicalities?

    http://www.nationalreview.com/article/363531/drift-toward-despotism-mark-steyn

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  85. pbird3:35 PM

    Meanwhile, an unarmed woman was gunned down on the streets of Washington for no apparent crime other than driving too near Barackingham Palace and thereby posing a threat to national security. As disturbing as Miriam Carey’s bullet-riddled body and vehicle were, the public indifference to it is even worse. Ms. Carey does not appear to be guilty of any act other than a panic attack when the heavy-handed and heavier-armed palace guard began yelling at her. Much of what was reported in the hours after her death seems dubious: We are told Ms. Carey was “mentally ill,” although she had no medications in her vehicle and those at her home back in Connecticut are sufficiently routine as to put millions of other Americans in the category of legitimate target. We are assured that she suffered from post-partum depression, as if the inability to distinguish between a depressed mom and a suicide bomber testifies to the officers’ professionalism. Under D.C. police rules, cops are not permitted to fire on a moving vehicle, because of the risk to pedestrians and other drivers. But the Secret Service and the Capitol Police enjoy no such restraints, so the car doors are full of bullet holes. The final moments of the encounter remain a mystery, but police were supposedly able to extract Ms. Carey’s baby from the back of a two-door vehicle before dispatching the defenseless mother to meet her maker.

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  86. Skip V. Patel3:59 PM

    Of course you realise.... that mein brudder is a lifelong cop and fed!

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  87. BabbaZee4:33 PM

    How do we know this is true?

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  88. pbird5:44 PM

    No. I didn't know.

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  89. pbird5:46 PM

    Don't know personally. There have been cases of Koru among a few of them lately.

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  90. pbird7:02 PM

    But I should because you said so before.

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  91. BabbaZee8:24 PM

    I would not put it past them however I only wonder because they have said for centuries that Jews do exactly this



    and this is of course insane


    so I wonder if it is just myth drift unless I can get photos or film

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  92. BabbaZee8:25 PM

    not so clean

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  93. BabbaZee8:25 PM

    Barackingham Palace!

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  94. BabbaZee8:26 PM

    GOD Bless you Mark Steyn

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZLf7Obblk1s

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  95. BabbaZee8:28 PM

    http://www.spiegel.de/international/world/paranoia-has-undermined-united-states-claim-to-liberal-democracy-a-932326.html


    While paranoia legitimizes a dictatorship, it can achieve the opposite effect in a democracy. The United States is no longer a model of liberal democracy. That much has been made clear in light of mass surveillance, torture, the extralegal detention camp at Guantanamo and an isolationist ideology that leads to author Ilija Trojanow being denied entry to the country, presumably because of his criticism of American policy.

    Other nations also have their fears, but they lack the power to turn the world upside down. Power and paranoia are a dangerous mix.

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  96. pbird9:06 PM

    i playing with fone

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  97. pbird9:11 PM

    I tend to hope Walid has good sources. There are photos of them eating body parts so there is that.

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  98. pbird9:45 PM

    http://madamescherzo.tumblr.com/post/66632283686

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  99. pbird9:53 PM

    http://25.media.tumblr.com/3f61bc3eec3c9de81f0f46da0254e3bf/tumblr_mvjaufEzIh1qzprlbo1_500.gif

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  100. pbird9:54 PM

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/0bd0b47b53c4b3303eb389c008842d93/tumblr_mv2478dDN91sn9j6no1_500.gif

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  101. Skip V. Patel10:06 PM

    Yikes!' I always wanted to have a fruit bat as a pet when I lived in Israel... I fed them, but never persuaded one to come inside to be a pet!

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  102. No they are probably a little standoffish, no?

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  103. BabbaZee10:09 PM

    weeeee

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  104. BabbaZee10:11 PM

    yes there is that
    but the specific thing of drinking Christian blood is why I thought it might be myth drift

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  105. fonts not very pretty but that's what they used

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  106. is possible...maybe we will find out

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  107. BabbaZee10:13 PM

    I have a story similar to this but it did not take 8 years I will write it to you on email

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  108. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pqQJOo6rjk

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  109. waiting for story!

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  110. Atheist 'mega-churches' take root across US, world

    http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/U/US_ATHEIST_MEGACHURCH?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT&CTIME=2013-11-10-17-03-15

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  111. BabbaZee7:20 AM

    nice

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  112. Skip V. Patel7:25 AM

    U.S. Sends Marines to Help Philippines After Typhoon

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A team of about 90 U.S. Marines and sailors headed to the Philippines on Sunday, part of a first wave of promised U.S. military assistance for relief efforts after a devastating typhoon killed at least 10,000 people, U.S. officials said.

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel this weekend ordered the U.S. military’s Pacific Command to assist with search and rescue operations and provide air support in the wake of super typhoon Haiyan, one of the most powerful storms ever recorded.

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  113. Skip V. Patel7:28 AM

    Muslim convert Tasered by police was heard chanting that he wanted to kill non-Muslims before trying to kill policemen and firefighters in knife rampage

    The 26-year-old launched his attack on Falcon Road in Battersea, London
    Was armed with four blades and tried to smash a house with an iron bar
    Hours earlier the man had been heard reciting verses from the Koran
    He had also been seen making threats ‘to kill Kuffars'
    Man was arrested on suspicion of trying to kill a police officer

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2498212/Muslim-convert-tasered-police-heard-chanting-wanted-kill-non-Muslims-trying-kill-policemen-firefighters-knife-rampage.html

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  114. Skip V. Patel7:36 AM

    For what may be the first time on record, a former prosecutor in Texas is going to jail for failing to turn over exculpatory evidence in a murder trial. The 10-day jail sentence for the prosecutor, Ken Anderson, is insultingly short — the victim of his misconduct, Michael Morton, spent nearly 25 years in prison. But because prosecutors are so rarely held accountable for their misconduct, the sentence is remarkable nonetheless….

    This case may sound extreme, but prosecutorial misconduct is far too common, and the remedies for it, if any, usually come long after the harm has been done

    http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/09/opinion/a-prosecutor-is-punished.html?nl=todaysheadlines&adxnnl=1&emc=edit_th_20131109&adxnnlx=1384012104-KCZkyz16gHZ5KXk8OB75wA&_r=1&

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  115. Skip V. Patel7:45 AM

    A recent study found prosecutorial misconduct in nearly one-quarter of all capital cases in Arizona. Only two of those prosecutors have been reprimanded or punished. This led the Arizona Republic to conclude:

    There seldom are consequences for prosecutors, regardless of whether the miscarriage of justice occurred because of ineptness or misconduct. In fact, they are often congratulated.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mark-godsey/for-the-first-time-ever-a_b_4221000.html

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  116. Skip V. Patel8:06 AM

    OAK GROVE, Ky. (AP) — A former police officer who was the lead investigator of a 1994 double slaying at a southern Kentucky massage parlor has been sentenced on a tampering with evidence charge in the unsolved case.

    The Kentucky New Era (http://bit.ly/1au3OLt) reports 50-year-old Leslie Duncan was sentenced Tuesday to three years in prison.

    http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/crime/article/Ex-officer-sentenced-for-evidence-tampering-4964467.php

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  117. mawskrat8:25 AM

    Good Morning Peeps.....I did not get

    hit by any satellite debris last night.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PdpAop7gp0w

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  118. Skip V. Patel8:37 AM

    Is the Obama Administration worthy of American veterans?

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  119. pbird8:55 AM

    This is good news. We did not either. Good Morning.

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  120. pbird8:55 AM

    *eyes crossed*

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  121. pbird8:56 AM

    Had to get up to charge a phone. SOME people can sleep right through the racket.

    Good Morning to All!

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  122. pbird9:08 AM

    S.F. programmers build alternative to HealthCare.gov

    http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-18563_162-57611592/s.f-programmers-build-alternative-to-healthcare.gov/

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  123. MyDogLuke9:15 AM

    Do they get 600 million for it? I'm sure one of them is related to someone in the Obama administration.

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  124. mawskrat9:16 AM

    and Good Morning to you!

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  125. mawskrat9:19 AM

    the thanks you get for trying to help some one
    'Yeah, I pulled his a** out of the car and beat the f**k out of him,' she told officers, according to a police report

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2498292/Sophia-Body-charged-Woman-28-dragged-82-year-old-man-car-beat-dinged-car-stopped-HELP-her.html

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  126. Q_Burn9:37 AM

    My county. Remarkable indeed.

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  127. MyDogLuke9:40 AM

    Us country folk do this kinda stuff all the time, except we don't get beat up over it.

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  128. Mhm. You might end up most sincerely dead.

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  129. Bottom photo is NJ right?

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  130. Skip V. Patel10:52 AM

    The Porter & The Monkey

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  131. MyDogLuke11:04 AM

    I have my floppy ear friend to protect us. His bark is much worse than his bite, so I have guns also.

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  132. Grammy Cracker11:30 AM

    Oy! No internet service this morning. I recently switched and apparently the first payment didn’t post correctly. I love starting my Monday on hold with the phone company. NOT. Three nice young ladies and an hour later, I’m baaaack.


    Good morning to all’a yez.

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  133. MyDogLuke11:34 AM

    I thought you could keep your plan if you liked it. Must be really cold way up there.

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  134. Grammy Cracker11:52 AM

    It’s about 35˚ today with snow flurries. I am not amused.

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  135. MyDogLuke12:11 PM

    It's in the 40's here today. The dog loves the cold weather, I share your opinion on it.

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  136. Reminds me of someone not as nice as he.

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  137. A good deed has come back to haunt a formerly homeless northern New Jersey man.

    James Brady found $850 on a Hackensack sidewalk last April and turned it in to police. Brady was awarded the money six months later after no one contacted police during the required waiting period.

    Now, The Record reports that Brady has been denied General Assistance and Medicaid benefits by the Hackensack Human Services Department through Dec. 31 because he failed to report the $850 as new income he received.


    Read more: http://www.myfoxny.com/Story/23932172/honesty-doesnt-pay-off-for-ex-homeless-man#ixzz2kMMREULx
    Follow us: @myfoxny on Twitter | Fox5NY on Facebook

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  138. MyDogLuke12:37 PM

    http://www.breitbart.com/InstaBlog/2013/11/11/Artist-Nails-Own-Testicles-to-The-Ground-in-Public-Protest-Against-Government



    Maybe a gelded lover, but to it yourself????

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  139. Grammy Cracker12:37 PM

    Yeah, my Labs are diggin’ this too. My old lady (she’s almost 12) is bouncing around the yard like a pup again.

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  140. MyDogLuke12:39 PM

    Hackensack? sounds like what that Russian artist almost did.

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  141. My wolfie loved deep snow. She would dive under it and go and do it again like she was stitching it. I love it too.

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  142. MyDogLuke12:46 PM

    How ya doin/

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  143. Grammy Cracker12:48 PM

    I had a Lab that would do that, too.

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  144. MyDogLuke12:49 PM

    did the snow ball up on the Wolfie's fir? If it's wet snow, I have to put him in the bath tub and pull the snow off him.

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  145. Grammy Cracker12:49 PM

    That’ll teach him to be decent and honest. Bastids.

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  146. Grammy Cracker1:03 PM

    My heartfelt gratitude to all the Feral ones who served.

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  147. Grammy Cracker1:06 PM

    My favorite veteran, on the left. That’s his pal Darrell on the right.

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  148. Grammy Cracker1:08 PM

    Yikes.

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  149. MyDogLuke1:10 PM

    Would that be the same veteran that doesn't know where the kitchen stuff goes?

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  150. Grammy Cracker1:26 PM

    It would indeed. LOL

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  151. BabbaZee1:57 PM

    he still looks the same

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  152. BabbaZee1:58 PM

    that one scared me!

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  153. BabbaZee1:59 PM

    I had a dog who would faint in the snow like the fainting goats

    just fall right over

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f_3Utmj4RPU

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  154. BabbaZee2:03 PM

    zimmy is making gates

    This is the gate of the Lord through which the righteous may enter.
    Psalm 118

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2499933/Bob-Dylans-homemade-iron-gates-display-Londons-Halcyon-Gallery.html

    ‘Gates appeal to me because of the negative space they allow. They can be closed but at the same time they allow the seasons and breezes to enter and flow. They can shut you out or shut you in. And in some ways there is no difference

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=egppxVFKMs8

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  155. BabbaZee2:06 PM

    Veterans routinely given psychiatric drugs even without diagnosis of mental disorder

    http://www.naturalnews.com/042863_veterans_psychiatric_drugs_mental_disorder_diagnosis.html

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  156. pbird2:26 PM

    living still!

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  157. pbird2:27 PM

    crazy~!

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  158. pbird2:27 PM

    it is scary!

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  159. pbird2:31 PM

    I bet they all sell and they are really neat gates.

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  160. MyDogLuke2:36 PM

    She's kept him young

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  161. Maverick may run for POTUS again?


    oh my


    still haven't come across a single supporter from the last time and can't believe he won it legit

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  162. MyDogLuke3:13 PM

    I know a very valuable one in Washington named Bill

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  163. MyDogLuke3:15 PM

    I thought he was an Australian.

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  164. pbird3:15 PM

    Nah....

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  165. MyDogLuke4:11 PM

    What are the lovely ladies names? Hope the local buck doesn't show up, that could get a little kinky.

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  166. MyDogLuke4:13 PM

    I'm sure he loved you and his grandkids

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  167. pbird4:13 PM

    What a nice picture!

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  168. pbird4:14 PM

    Yeah, not a first but he learned that I was a "straight shooter" as he put it. One of my favorite compliments. Of course the kids got a free pass.

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  169. MyDogLuke4:26 PM

    Usually, the husband's mom is the one you have to watch out for, taking her baby boy away. In my case, my mom almost immediately was on my wife's side. The wimmin around here have always been in cahoots agin me.

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  170. MyDogLuke4:28 PM

    There wasn't any threat to that officer, that was nonsense the way he acted.

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  171. pbird4:40 PM

    Mom was pretty scary.

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  172. MyDogLuke4:43 PM

    My mom scared my bride when we first met, I should have warned her my mom was to the point, and liked to speak her mind. She adores my wife, as did my grandmother after she found out she cooked for me.

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  173. Skip V. Patel5:23 PM

    The U.S. Constitution does not grant super-citizen status to brain-addled, dysfunctional steroid abusers. What we need is universal accountability, including the right of abused citizens to sue for damages and demand personal reparations from outlaw cops. Take their livelihood, their pensions and bank accounts.... and ship them off to prison.

    Enough is enough!

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  174. pbird5:27 PM

    Indeed. They used to batter my silly brother back in the old days. It didn't help him become a better citizen.

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  175. Skip V. Patel5:29 PM

    NYC Food Bank Head: 40% Of Veterans Need Food Assistance
    95,000 Former Service Members In NYC Eating At Soup Kitchens, Pantries
    http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2013/11/10/nyc-food-bank-head-40-of-veterans-need-food-assistance/

    “On this Veterans Day, when we’re waving our flags — I need every New Yorker to know — 40 percent of New York City veterans are relying on soup kitchens and pantries,”

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  176. Grammy Cracker5:48 PM

    My friend Diane has does that come to her house, too. She calls them Doelores, Doenice, Doereen… They’re so sweet and pretty.

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  177. pbird5:49 PM

    I never hardly see any except when they are lunging in front of the car....

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  178. pbird5:52 PM

    Walker Evans: Church of the Nazarene, 1936

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  179. Grammy Cracker5:52 PM

    Shameful!

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  180. Grammy Cracker5:56 PM

    I always thought real churches should look like this. No gold chalices or velvet drapes or priceless art; none of the trappings of wealth and ‘laying up treasures on earth’.


    Not that I’m unmoved by majestic cathedrals, mind you, just that I view them more as monuments to man than G-d.

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  181. pbird5:58 PM

    I like to see repurposed buildings as churches. They used to borrow the grange on sundays too.

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  182. Storagemanager5:59 PM

    Why is Obama not pushing the Arab spring anymore?...because he knows he lost.....He wanted the Sunni to take Syria and then start a civil war in Iran....he was out smarted by Russia and Iran....Assad is winning and is going nowhere......John Kerry is not negotiating a nuke deal with Iran...he is surrendering......point blank.

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  183. Bibi is a fool, he got played


    once again tango down, do not take the prisoner

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