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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

RIP Peter O'Toole





  

Then Melchizedek, king of Salem,
brought out bread and wine.
He was priest of God Most High
Genesis 14





523 comments:

  1. mawskrat10:50 AM

    I can usually figure picture programs out by just playing around with them....not so much this time

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  2. mawskrat10:54 AM

    First, learn the basic flow of the image adjustment
    REALLY...I have to do that?

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  3. I hate studying their durn directions. I poke at things and usually that works also.

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  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gb-B3lsgEfA

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  5. Its even more fun when the writer of the directions, in the old paper days, was a Japanese English "speaker".

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  6. Skip V. Patel11:00 AM

    Try "Gimp" the alternative to Photoshop...it is open source and FREE!!!!!!! (Free is GOOD)

    http://www.gimp.org

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  7. BabbaZee11:02 AM

    happy table

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  8. Skip V. Patel11:05 AM

    We have another Weather Alert for the Easter Seaboard!

    FairWeather Storm "Friendly" is approaching the East Coast. Expect temperatures in the 50's and no precipitation. The Authorities have ordered all residents to shelter in place until the emergency has been declared "over".

    http://www.wunderground.com

    www.weather.gov

    www.accuweather.com

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  9. Skip V. Patel11:06 AM

    http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&cad=rja&ved=0CC4QtwIwAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.youtube.com%2Fwatch%3Fv%3D8LmW5ndnEqw&ei=hXawUu2iK6y6yAHT8IHgCw&usg=AFQjCNGK2LlAGSvzfY5cChIXdzRwT8IMjQ&bvm=bv.57967247,bs.1,d.b2I

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  10. Skip V. Patel11:07 AM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i9up3Je0hyc

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  11. IMO there is a pretty steep learning curve in GIMP too. I do pencils...ha

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  12. Skip V. Patel11:08 AM

    A search for "Youtube "Gimp"... will provide hands on tutorials for y'all!

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  13. I better watch dat.

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  14. Pretty! You didn't find peppers this time?

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  15. Good. Hope you all have a really easy winter. My baby is over there too.

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  16. mawskrat11:21 AM

    gonna check it out

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  17. BabbaZee12:17 PM

    there are some on the right behind the tomatoes

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  18. BabbaZee12:19 PM

    very muchly iAm laughing!

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  19. MyDogLuke1:42 PM

    it's snowing again, I know we had it easy the last 2 winters but.... 4 snows in 10 days???

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  20. pbird2:48 PM

    Nato troops forced to risk dilapidated tunnel to get out of Afghanistan

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  21. pbird2:57 PM

    Buffalo Bill's
    defunct
    who used to
    ride a watersmooth-silver
    stallion
    and break onetwothreefourfive pigeonsjustlikethat
    Jesus
    he was a handsome man
    and what i want to know is
    how do you like your blueeyed boy
    Mister Death

    I keep thinking of this thing, even though it was written about Buffalo Bill not Peter O.

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  22. pbird3:00 PM

    http://24.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_mbdp1mkMWI1qe4ld1o1_1280.jpg

    neat cows

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  23. Skip V. Patel3:21 PM

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

    Police Officer Shatters Car Window After Female Student Refuses to Roll It Down!

    .even though he knew he was being video taped, he STILL acted like a terrified little girl.

    It reminds me of the story I saw on the DP months ago when a NAKED 11 year-old autistic girl got tasered when she was found wondering down the road. A concerned driver had called the police and when the police showed up, because the officer believed the little girl might be of "danger to the officer", the girl got tasered.

    The witness to this was absolutely horrified at what happened. Instead of rendering compassionate service to a naked, handicapped girl, the police brutally assaulted her.

    The judgment of a lot of police is certainly in question to the point where one must wonder if THEY are qualified to carry a firearm.

    Did this young black woman seem threatening or menacing in the least bit??? No.

    Was the cop armed? Yes.

    Was he threatening and menacing? YES. Did you feel like the cop was about to "lost it?" Absolutely, you could hear it in his voice. It was like he felt it was an emergency and HAD TO do something, even breaking the window.

    http://www.dailypaul.com/300124/police-officer-shatters-car-window-after-female-student-denies-rolling-it-down

    When police found a confused and naked 11-year-old girl wandering a stretch of highway along the I-5 corridor in Oregon, they didn’t exactly offer her a ride home. Instead the responding officer determined the best course of action would be to Taser her.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i3Y9mkrGRsc&feature=youtu.be

    When cops taser an 11 year old child..... the plolice and media refer to her as a "woman"

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  24. MyDogLuke3:43 PM

    I guess they don't fall off each winter like Whitetails' do. You could make some serious musical instruments with those puppies

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  25. BabbaZee3:51 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GdsTMm4mQlE Militants' Massacre: Syrian rebels execute civilians as govt forces close in

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  26. BabbaZee3:52 PM

    http://homepages.wmich.edu/~cooneys/poems/cummings.bill.html

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  27. pbird4:19 PM

    You know, I noticed with amusement that the crime fighter who stopped me yesterday stood well back from the window toward the back of the car lest this old lady harm him. Pussy.
    Now I go look at your stories. What must these guys be thinking?

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  28. pbird4:39 PM

    Yeah you could.

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  29. Mr Clean5:13 PM

    I kinda like the catastrophy, just think of some troop sleeping in a ditch and thankful and is alive.

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  30. pbird5:48 PM

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qsgj0rFUOC4

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  31. pbird5:55 PM

    includes Soft Parade

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  32. pbird6:37 PM

    pfft, pretty soft

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  33. pbird6:41 PM

    "This is a major milestone in the reform process that will help rebuild trust and foster greater accountability. Clear principles and guidance will enhance officer safety and protect the rights of people in Seattle," U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan said in a statement.

    The DOJ issued a report in late 2011 that found Seattle officers were too quick to use force, including using their batons and flashlights, especially in situations that could have been defused verbally.

    The investigation followed an officer's fatal shooting of a woodcarver who crossed the street in front of him carrying a small folding knife, a killing the Seattle Police Department ruled unjustified, as well as other questionable incidents.

    http://mynorthwest.com/174/2175211/Judge-approves-Seattle-police-useofforce-policy

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  34. pbird6:44 PM

    County to honor homeless who died in the past year; special tribute planned for veterans at Dec. 20 event

    http://www.lakestevensjournal.com/news/article.exm/2013-12-17_county_to_honor_homeless_who_died_in_the_past_year__special_tribute_planned_for_veterans_at_dec__20_event

    seems a bit like closing the barn door after the escape

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  35. Skip V. Patel7:01 PM

    Oh Jenny!

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  36. Skip V. Patel7:03 PM

    From the comments:

    Alki Slide

    "Why even have police around if you keep tying their hands behind their backs.

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  37. pbird7:04 PM

    I saw that! I think I've seen that commenter before...

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  38. Skip V. Patel7:05 PM

    The girl’s father also took issue with KDRV’s reportage, which frequently referred to the girl as a “young woman,” a “woman” and a “juvenile.” The report also neglected to give her age.

    “They keep calling her a ‘woman’ …she is 11 years old. Since when is an 11-year-old kid with the mind of a 3-year-old a ‘woman’?” the girl’s father, who listens to Infowars, told us. “She is very gentle and non combative. If the police cannot apprehend a child who is cooperative without Tasing then what would be the alternative? Shooting her?”

    KDRV’s account of the event also highlights the incestuous relationship between media and police. Instead of questioning authorities and pressing officers on why they would Tase an 11-year-old, the compliant reporters attempt to convince viewers they’re remaining objective and presenting all the facts.

    As her father mentioned, the reporters also intentionally misled viewers over the girl’s age, referring to her as a “woman.”

    Fortunately, police were gracious enough not to charge the girl or her family with a crime.

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  39. pbird7:10 PM

    Very weird reporting. I can't really stand they idea that they tasered a naked 11 year old child. What are they thinking??? Really, what?

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  40. BabbaZee7:10 PM

    MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas -- Officials with the Montgomery County Health Department are on a mission to find out more about a mystery flu-like illness.

    So far, half of the people who have come down with it have died.

    According to the health department, all of the patients have had flu-like and/or pneumonia like symptoms. However, all of them have tested negative for the flu.

    There have been eight confirmed patients ranging in age from 41 to 68. Four of those patients have died.

    Sources told WFAA sister station KHOU that two of the surviving patients are being treated at Conroe Regional Medical Center and are “very sick."

    Those sources said doctors are being advised to use extra precaution to prevent this from spreading.

    It’s unclear if any of the patients had pre-existing conditions.

    http://www.wfaa.com/news/health/236215121.html

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  41. pbird7:12 PM

    Didn't we get a story a while back about how most of the people who are counted as having the flu, don't? Just a by the bye.

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  42. mawskrat7:13 PM

    took my wife to be to the demolition derby>LOL what a date

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  43. BabbaZee7:14 PM

    In yesterday's edition of his daily e-letter, Diary of a Rogue Economist, Agora founder Bill Bonner explained why a healthy dose of cynicism can help make sense of seemingly irrational decisions by the government…

    http://www.dailyreckoning.com.au/how-washington-distributes-wealth/2013/12/17/
    but what did they expect?

    The Affordable Care Act is not designed to help anyone live longer or to lower the cost of health care.
    You may care about those things. But the people who run the government have their own motives and incentives. And they are not the same as yours. Instead, they aim to satisfy a more basic desire of government: to control people and transfer wealth.

    The failures of Obamacare may not make much sense to the earnest world-improver.

    But the cynic sees it more clearly. He knows the real aim of Obamacare is to take wealth and power from one group – the public – and give it to the lobbyists who wrote the legislation; the politicians and professionals who will manage it; and the crony capitalists who will benefit from it most.

    In other words, cynicism helps you connect the dots.

    Why would Congress exempt itself from the program? Because it knows it's a bum plan.

    Why would the law take more than 2,000 pages to explain? Because there are so many boondoggles and giveaways hidden in it.

    Why isn't there more resistance from insurance companies, drug manufacturers, and the medical industry? Because they're all in on it.

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  44. BabbaZee7:17 PM

    nice photo!

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  45. BabbaZee7:18 PM

    mmhmm

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  46. BabbaZee7:18 PM

    HORNY!

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  47. pbird7:23 PM

    massively!

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  48. pbird7:27 PM

    the first thing himself took me to was a showing of Taylor and Burton in Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolf. No lie.

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  49. MyDogLuke8:14 PM

    The biggest problem to me is that you're taking a health care system dedicated to sustaining life (although costly) and exchanging it for one dedicated to the government controlling decisions on who gets what care. Take my dad for instance. 80 years old, bad heart collecting Social Security and on Medicare. There is a major incentive for Government to deny his costly care and cut down on Social Security payments.

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  50. mawskrat8:18 PM

    I think she liked me/////

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  51. mawskrat8:20 PM

    tri pod and a timer...wooo hooo

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  52. MyDogLuke8:34 PM

    maybe you made her laugh

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  53. mawskrat9:03 PM

    nope..it's bliss/////

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  54. pbird9:10 PM

    She must have.

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  55. MyDogLuke9:19 PM

    Even better. Funny how my hair grows everywhere except the top of my head anymore. Must be bliss!

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  56. pbird9:22 PM

    Expanded Medicaid’s fine print holds surprise: ‘payback’ from estate after death

    As thousands of state residents enroll in Washington’s expanded Medicaid program, many will be surprised at fine print: After you’re dead, your estate can be billed for ordinary health-care expenses. State officials are scrambling to change the rule.

    http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2022469957_medicaidrecoveryxml.html

    It wasn’t the moonlight, holiday-season euphoria or family pressure that made Sofia Prins and Gary Balhorn, both 62, suddenly decide to get married.

    It was the fine print.

    As fine print is wont to do, it had buried itself in a long form — Balhorn’s application for free health insurance through the expanded state Medicaid program. As the paperwork lay on the dining-room table in Port Townsend, Prins began reading.

    She was shocked: If you’re 55 or over, Medicaid can come back after you’re dead and bill your estate for ordinary health-care expenses.

    The way Prins saw it, that meant health insurance via Medicaid is hardly “free” for Washington residents 55 or older. It’s a loan, one whose payback requirements aren’t well advertised. And it penalizes people who, despite having a low income, have managed to keep a home or some savings they hope to pass to heirs, Prins said.

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  57. pbird9:25 PM

    Dr. Jane Orient, executive director of the politically conservative Association of American Physicians and Surgeons, writing in the The Washington Times, called the recovery provision “a cash cow for states to milk the poor and the middle class.”

    “People will think this is wonderful, this is free insurance,” Orient said in an interview. “They don’t realize it’s really a loan, and is secured by any property they have.”

    Even states that are now limiting estate recovery, she warned, can change the rules again if budget problems become more intense.

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  58. mawskrat9:26 PM

    yep,,,the fine print

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  59. pbird9:28 PM

    King County puts freeze on medical-pot operations

    The King County Council adopted a one-year moratorium on new medical-marijuana dispensaries and gardens in the unincorporated areas of the county.

    http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2022474726_countymoratoriumxml.html?prmid=4748

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  60. pbird9:30 PM

    With its coastal bluffs, roller-coaster hills and soggy weather, Seattle is primed for landslides even when the ground isn’t shaking. Jolt the city with a major earthquake, and a new study from the University of Washington suggests many more slopes could collapse than previously estimated.

    A powerful earthquake on the fault that slices under the city’s heart could trigger more than 30,000 landslides if it strikes when the ground is saturated, the analysis finds. More than 10,000 buildings, many of them upscale homes with water views, sit in areas at high risk of landslide damage in such a worst-case scenario

    http://seattletimes.com/html/localnews/2022463967_quakeslidexml.html

    Anybody can see this if they look.

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  61. pbird9:31 PM

    That's such a cute photo.

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  62. Grammy Cracker10:55 PM

    Boo. Just peeking in before I crash. I have an early appointment for rehab tomorrow. Hope everyone's well. <3

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  63. OH! how is the recovery progressing?

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  64. BulgarWheat6:51 AM

    Sorry to hear about Peter O'Tooles passing. Seems like he lived a very interesting and long life.

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  65. BabbaZee6:52 AM

    I am in the same situation

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  66. BabbaZee6:52 AM

    AHha that is funnier than anyone thinks

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  67. BabbaZee6:54 AM

    watch the film at the end of the post

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  68. Skip V. Patel7:15 AM

    Remarkable Facts

    1. The collection of all telephone conversations abroad and at home is thought by some to be consistent with our constitutional right to privacy, including the President.

    2. The NSA can’t point to even one terrorist attack stopped, even with their wholesale assault on American rights and values. (And even if they could stop a few from time to time, wouldn’t our values be worth standing up for, sacrificing for, or have we become bereft of courage?)

    3. Director Clapper can out right lie, on tape, and still retain his job. It would be interesting to know what he has on his boss.

    4. Snowden can walk away with a huge trove of intelligence and not one of his superiors is fired, or even disciplined, certainly no one in a position of real power.

    5. American airports are like the NSA turned inside-out: lots of effort, expense, and virtually nothing to show for it.

    6. I’d never thought I’d live to see the day an American President condoned torture, started a war under false pretenses, or executed another American without due process.

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  69. Skip V. Patel7:19 AM

    The problem is that technology really is outrunning us. All due respect to Orwell and Huxley, Vonnegut explained it best. "Once upon a time on Tralfamadore there were creatures who weren't any thing like machines. They weren't dependable. They weren't predictable. ... [the creatures] discovered they weren't even very good at slaying. So they turned that job over to the machines, too. And the machines finished the job in less time than it takes to say "Tralfamadore."

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  70. BabbaZee7:24 AM

    Tourist falls off pier while checking Facebook

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/travelnews/10524656/Tourist-falls-off-pier-while-checking-Facebook.html

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  71. BabbaZee7:25 AM

    Harold Camping, the U.S. preacher who used his evangelical radio ministry and thousands of billboards to broadcast the end of the world and then gave up public prophecy when his date-specific doomsdays did not come to pass, has died at age 92.

    http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/12/18/harold-camping-dead-minister/4107749/

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  72. MR CLEAN7:32 AM

    hate when that happens!

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  73. BulgarWheat7:39 AM

    ok

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  74. BulgarWheat7:40 AM

    I laughed. does that make me a bad person? if so, screw it.

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  75. BabbaZee8:03 AM

    Iran nuke deal quietly collapses
    http://nypost.com/2013/12/16/iran-nuke-deal-quietly-collapses/

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  76. MR CLEAN8:26 AM

    http://www.torontosun.com/2013/12/18/are-they-all-on-crack-jimmy-kimmel-on-rob-ford-toronto-council

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  77. mawskrat8:33 AM

    Good Morning Peeps!

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  78. Storagemanager8:43 AM

    hahahahahahahaha....just the same.....as it was....hahahahahaha.........

    A HEALTHCARE WORKERS union official says that people with habits or conditions penalized by wellness programs, like smoking or obesity, may be forced by their employers to pay much more for their health insurance under ObamaCare.
    http://www.foxnews.com/

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  79. MyDogLuke8:43 AM

    Unwritten rule: Once you know they're ok, laugh like crazy

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  80. Storagemanager8:45 AM

    BARBARA WALTERS: Well, you’ve touched on it to a degree. He made so many promises. We thought that he was going to be – I shouldn’t say this at Christmastime – but the next messiah.

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  81. Storagemanager8:48 AM

    Thanks for your service...now go find a hole and die....................VETS TAKE THE CUTS http://www.drudgereport.com/

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  82. Storagemanager8:49 AM

    Thank you for keeping millions of Americans safe...now fuck off..

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  83. Storagemanager8:52 AM

    Sissy Prince smarter than most Americans................

    After visiting branches of Mideast churches, British crown prince criticizes targeting of Christians in the region by 'Islamist militants'.http://www.israelnationalnews.com/

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  84. Skip V. Patel8:54 AM

    http://c2.likes-media.com/img/faa9509f7fad91e30403d02fba325a31.600x

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  85. Storagemanager8:56 AM

    Yes Barbra....there is a Babylon..................." I shouldn’t say this at Christmastime – but the next messiah "

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  86. Skip V. Patel8:57 AM

    Shocker: I found a reasonably priced source for ammo online

    no fuss, no games, just ammo

    http://www.alloutdoor.com/2013/09/16/shocker-priced-source-ammo-online/

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  87. Skip V. Patel8:58 AM

    Learn to post a proper link!

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  88. mawskrat8:58 AM

    a Very Manly Tool

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T5WO9nulOXc

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  89. Storagemanager9:01 AM

    I was shocked to walk into Walmart and find they had an ammo can filled with 5.56....for sale 800 rounds...

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  90. Storagemanager9:06 AM

    A BARRY day in history....................1878: Georgia

    Joseph Stalin was born. He was the leader of the Soviet Union from mid-1920s to his death in 1953 and General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union (1922-1953), a position which had later become that of party leader.

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  91. MyDogLuke9:08 AM

    Almost makes you want to sing the Lumberjack song!

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  92. Storagemanager9:11 AM

    Caroline B. Glick .... As for the US forces that Kerry proposes deploying to the Jew-free PLO state, they will be targeted by the Palestinians, just as the Palestinians and the Syrians attacked US Marines in Beirut 30 years ago. And like the Marines in Beirut, they will be withdrawn in humiliation and defeat, but the lesson - that the Arabs perceive the Americans and Jews as enemies of equal weight - will not be learned. And, at any rate, unable to defend itself after agreeing to Kerry's parameters, Israel will cease to be a strategic ally and be transformed into a strategic basket case. Its destruction will interest Kerry and his supporters just as much as the destruction of South Vietnam interested them in 1975. http://www.jewishworldreview.com/1213/glick121813.php3#.UrGsGmex670

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  93. Storagemanager9:11 AM

    Aside from being a more anti-Israel version of the Clinton parameters and Bush's framework, Kerry's parameters, and framework deal, have one other unique and particularly dangerous feature. Until now, US peace plans followed former prime minister Ehud Barak's dictum that "nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to."

    That is, no hypothetical Israeli concession on Jerusalem, for instance, will be binding unless a final deal is concluded.

    Kerry indicated at the Saban Forum that his goal is to coerce Israel into making irrevocable concessions up front, before the Palestinians agree to peaceful coexistence.

    As he put it, "A basic framework will have to address all the core issues - borders, security, refugees, Jerusalem, mutual recognition, and an end of claims. And it will have to establish agreed guidelines for subsequent negotiations that will fill out the details in a full-on peace treaty."

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  94. Storagemanager9:15 AM

    Well Well........................

    Turkish police chiefs who oversaw a
    wave of high-profile arrests for bribery have been sacked from their posts in
    Istanbul, Turkish media say.

    Five police chiefs are said to have been fired in Istanbul a day after at
    least 52 people were picked up, including sons of cabinet ministers.

    Tuesday's arrests in dawn raids shocked the political establishment.

    They are being portrayed by some as an attack on Prime Minister Recep Tayyip
    Erdogan, in a feud with a former ally.

    Fethullah Gulen, an influential Islamic scholar living in exile in the US,
    once backed the ruling AK Party, helping it to victory in three elections since
    2002.

    His followers are said to hold influential positions in institutions from the
    police and secret services to the judiciary and the AK Party itself. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-25428565

    Commentators in Turkey believe the arrests - and subsequent firings - are
    evidence of a new dramatic fault line in Turkish politics, one within the AK
    Party itself, the BBC's James Reynolds reports.

    In recent months, the alliance began to come apart and in November the
    government discussed closing down private schools, including those run by Mr
    Gulen's movement, Hizmet.

    In a speech after Tuesday's wave of arrests, Mr Erdogan vowed not to bow to
    any "threat" or "dirty alliances" aimed at creating division within the ruling
    party.

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  95. Storagemanager9:16 AM

    Hitler killed the men ..who put him in power....look at Turkey...

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  96. Storagemanager9:20 AM

    This is the sad story of the KGB Operative chess player versus our ill equipped community organizer -- and the chickens are coming home to roost.

    Communist Russia's Objective

    The Russians are expanding their presence in the high seas and upgrading their naval nuclear capabilities with the objective of controlling naval bases outside of their shorelines. Russia currently has naval bases in the Ukrainian port of Sevastopal in the Black Sea. According to Russia Today, June 26, 2013, the Syrian port of Tartus in the Mediterranean Sea is still an active Russian naval facility. There are recent intelligence reports the Russians have vacated the Port of Tartus but is by no means a permanent situation.

    "The future overseas naval bases, like the one is Sevastopal, are not being referred to as "naval bases" by Russian officials, but by other terms. Moscow is calling them "supply points" or "bases for naval logistics" to make them sound far less threatening. The nomenclature does not really matter. The functions of these naval facilities, however, are for Putin's strategic military purposes.

    Vladimir Putin is shifting the Russian naval fleet into a nuclear capable offensive attack force which should be fully operational by 2020. The commander of the Strategic Rocket Forces of the Russian Federation, Colonel-General Karakayev, said that Russia's inter-continental ballistic missiles would become "invisible" in the near future. ‘Invisible' means submarines with nuclear warhead delivery capabilities.

    Read more: Family Security Matters http://www.familysecuritymatters.org/publications/detail/vladimir-putin-vs-president-barack-obama?f=must_reads#ixzz2npuNscWB
    Under Creative Commons License: Attribution

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  97. Storagemanager9:24 AM

    BARBARA WALTERS: We thought that he was going to be – I shouldn’t say this at Christmastime – but the next messiah.

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  98. Storagemanager9:25 AM

    Obama was not just a man to the left....some of us saw that...

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  99. Storagemanager9:27 AM

    I am right of center...and Bush was just a man to me...he made mistakes...he fucked up....he was never my G@D.....Obama is the god of the left...

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  100. Storagemanager9:29 AM

    a god that thinks killing babies and old folks is a duty of every American...

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  101. MR CLEAN9:45 AM

    Text
    from daughter to mom:
    "Hello mom, I
    need your advice. I have some of my boyfriend's cum stuck in my hair.

    How do I get it out? Will I have
    to cut it out?"


    Text
    from mom to daughter:

    "It’s nice
    you can send me such a frank text. No, you won't have to cut it out.

    I've had loads of cum in my hair
    over the years and it will just wash out."


    Daughter
    back to mom:

    "Oh my God, mom.......... sorry,
    I meant to spell gum."

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  102. Storagemanager9:50 AM

    First gay President slaps Vlad......

    President Barack Obama named openly gay athletes to the delegation that will represent the U.S. next year at opening and closing ceremonies for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, sending a clear signal to Russia about its treatment of gays and lesbians.

    Tennis champion Billie Jean King will join the U.S. delegation to the opening ceremony, while Caitlin Cahow, a women’s ice hockey player and Olympic medalist, will represent the U.S. at the closing ceremony. Both athletes have identified publicly as part of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
    http://english.alarabiya.net/en/sports/2013/12/18/Obama-selects-gay-athletes-for-Sochi-Olympic-delegation.html

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  103. Storagemanager9:51 AM

    Obama threw his purse at Vlad...

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  104. Storagemanager9:53 AM

    The killing of Christians is getting so bad that even Prince Charles is speaking about it, he fears that Christianity is beginning “to disappear”. At this point, he is more righteous than Obama, or most of American politicians in this regard.

    Prince Charles made some important and revealing statements on the current holocaust of Christians by the hands of Muslims. He said:

    It seems to me that we cannot ignore the fact that Christians in the Middle East are increasingly being deliberately targeted by fundamentalist Islamist militants.

    Prince Charles also pointed out the Middle Eastern roots of Christianity, and how they stress the importance of focusing on the slaughter of Christians:

    Christianity was literally born in the Middle East and we must not forget our Middle Eastern brothers and sisters in Christ. …Their church communities link us straight back to the early church as I was reminded by hearing Aramaic, our Lord’s own language spoken and sung just a few hours ago.
    http://shoebat.com/2013/12/18/prince-charles-christianity-beginning-disappear/

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  105. Storagemanager9:58 AM

    It is not 1939....just because we have Obama youth....so what.......

    Just a week before young adults return home for the end of year holidays, Organizing for America is debuting a video imploring parents to interrupt their time with their children to promote the benefits of Obamacare in a last-ditch attempt to ease millennial dissatisfaction with President Obama.

    The video, debuting on BarackObama.com and promoted through various social media, arrives on the eve of a joint President and First Lady event designed to target mothers of uninsured millennials as they arrive home for their holidays.
    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/12/17/OFA-Debuts-Video-Teaching-Parents-How-To-Inject-Obamacare-Into-Christmas-Dinner

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  106. Storagemanager10:01 AM

    In the clip, a mother and father call their son, presumably about to drive home for Christmas dinner, and warn him that they have something "very important" to talk to him about. The son spends the entire drive home fretting about the worst case scenario ("Your father and I are moving in with you!") and inexplicably expecting arbitrary pop culture references ("I am the one who knocks!"). The "reveal" that the parents want to talk about health insurance is predictable, as is the fact that the son is, above all, relieved. "That's it?" he asks. ( son....you will never have what I had....you will be in debt and lucky to eat...have a nice life..

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  107. Storagemanager10:04 AM

    Dear children....You will never have the vacations we did...the boats...the motorhomes.....we left this country in such sad shape...we need you to work two jobs and pay twice the taxes we did...but..we know you are up to it...now get to work!

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  108. Storagemanager10:09 AM

    In 1948 a mother once said...I want my children to have a better life than I did....2013....sorry kid...your life will suck...

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  109. Storagemanager10:17 AM

    Obama.....is making the future of the young bleak and stark....march for him.....

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  110. Storagemanager10:21 AM

    Watch out....you mess with the Brothers and Obama will throw his high hells at you!....................Egypt: Morsi to face trial for cooperating with Hamas, Hezbollah

    Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi to stand trial on charges of conspiring with foreign groups, namely Hamas, Hezbollah, to commit terrorist acts in Egypt, divulging military secrets to foreign state
    http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-4467040,00.html

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  111. There's a nice neat little horror story Mr Clean.

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  112. Why yes!

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  113. Well...there ya go.

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  114. it surely is

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  115. well good morning

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  116. MyDogLuke10:53 AM

    Good morning beautiful! Still pretty here, supposed to be around 60 and raining this weekend, yuck. The puppy now whines when he has to poop and we're advancing on that program. Peeing is a different matter. Thank god for hardwood floors, tile and linoleum

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  117. As Rush Limbaugh said during a recent broadcast: If so many Americans oppose Obamacare, why are Republicans having such a hard time shooting it down?

    “Folks, there’s 71 percent of voters opposing Obamacare,” he said, during his most recent broadcast. “That’s 71 percent of a universe of people that the Republican Party could forge a relationship with — a political voting relationship,” he said, Breitbart reported.

    “And they haven’t, outside of three or four Republicans, made one effort to do it, which leads to an obvious conclusion: Maybe the Republicans don’t really dislike Obamacare that much.”


    Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2013/dec/18/rush-weighs-in-maybe-republicans-dont-dislike-obam/#ixzz2nqHlBKQp
    Follow us: @washtimes on Twitter

    I know its Rushbo, but he has a valid point.

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  118. MyDogLuke10:54 AM

    being called racists

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  119. Yup. Training the puppy is a full time job for a couple weeks. I took my little beast out everytime I even thought she looked wiggly.

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  120. MyDogLuke10:57 AM

    fortunately, I work at home. He doesn't like the crate, cried most of the night. That and the bride snoring meant little sleep for this old man.

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  121. Skip V. Patel10:59 AM

    Obama is a right-wing Fascist....you know that. A Commie controls the means of production,,,,

    Fascism's theory of economic corporatism involved management of sectors of the economy by government or privately controlled organizations (corporations). Each trade union or employer corporation would, theoretically, represent its professional concerns, especially by negotiation of labour contracts and the like. This method, it was theorized, could result in harmony amongst social classes.[30] Authors have noted, however, that de facto economic corporatism was also used to reduce opposition and reward political loyalty.[31]

    In Italy from 1922 until 1943, corporatism became influential amongst Italian nationalists led by Benito Mussolini. The Charter of Carnaro gained much popularity as the prototype of a 'corporative state', having displayed much within its tenets as a guild system combining the concepts of autonomy and authority in a special synthesis. This appealed to Hegelian thinkers who were seeking a new alternative to popular socialism and syndicalism which was also a progressive system of governing labour and still a new way of relating to political governance. Alfredo Rocco spoke of a corporative state and declared corporatist ideology in detail. Rocco would later become a member of the Italian Fascist regime Fascismo.

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  122. BabbaZee11:02 AM

    Facebook has said that it is within its terms of service to see what users are typing even when the status or comment is never posted on the social network.

    The Menlo Park, Calif., company confirmed that it can track users' unpublished posts after two Facebook researchers disclosed that they had tracked the activity of about 5 million random Facebook users in the U.S. and England.

    http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-facebook-can-track-users-unpublished-posts-20131217,0,7847582.story#axzz2npzsLLkH

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  123. That's nice for you, that you get to stay home.
    I never crated my wolf when she was little. She used to just sack out on the floor and stay put.
    Sorry about the snoring. I think the trick is to go to sleep at the same time then you can both snore up a storm.....I speak from experience.

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  124. Skip V. Patel11:03 AM

    "ObamaCare®" is forcing the residents (I shall not honour them by calling them "citizens") to BUY a product from PRIVATE insurance companies at inflated prices..... enforced by armed para-military thugs (The IRS).

    This is Fascism.

    Happy Winter Holidays.

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  125. thats about it

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  126. Its funny how people talk about FB like its something they gotta have, like electricity, its an utility.

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  127. Skip V. Patel11:05 AM

    And Rushbo is a greasy blowhard...His followers proudly refer to themselves as "Ditto-Heads"..."Rush thinks,,,so we don't have to"

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  128. Skip V. Patel11:06 AM

    Dogs are better than people.

    Weasels are better than dogs.

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  129. Skip V. Patel11:07 AM

    Weasels are better than people!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hy6oaDzy0-Q&feature=youtu.be

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  130. Skip V. Patel11:08 AM

    Weasels dance better than white men!

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

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  131. I know all about Rushy. In my old lonely pre computer days I listened to a lot of talk radio just to hear a voice of some kind.

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  132. Skip V. Patel11:10 AM

    Minks are even cuter than me!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y43REKpMQqY&feature=youtu.be

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  133. They are sure easier to get along with.

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  134. BabbaZee11:13 AM

    mmhmmm

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  135. Wolves are pretty darn fine. Mine was a good girl and right about all her judgments. If she said a guy was bad I believed her.

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  136. MyDogLuke11:14 AM

    We have mutual self insomnia from each other's snoring. Small price to pay for 18 years of happiness. I didn't want to turn on the light so I could find the earplugs, the pillow wasn't cutting it.

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  137. I am dying to watch that but gotta run for a little while. Thanks for this film.

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  138. One of the glories of getting old and the fallen human condition. I gotta go wake up himself and get him ready for another day.

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  139. MyDogLuke11:34 AM

    Can't you just put the cat on him?

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  140. Heh. Nope

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  141. MyDogLuke12:19 PM

    You must really love him, or .. the cat

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  142. Storagemanger12:29 PM

    Disobedience brought time into the world,so that lives could there-after be measured to an end.Then Cain murdered Abel,and there was yet another new thing in the world,the power to control others by threat and menace,the power to cut short their stories and rule by fear,whereupon death that was grace and a welcoming into a life without tears became no longer sacred in itself,but became the blunt weapon of crude men. Dean Koontz Innocence.......a very good book...

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  143. Storagemanger12:35 PM

    New military drones can deploy weapons without human control... http://www.drudgereport.com/

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  144. Storagemanger12:56 PM

    The Syrian civil war had put Turkey and Iran at odds, but the prolonged stalemate is compelling the two governments to look for a way forward. The Turkish Foreign Minister was recently in Tehran, where he said they agreed to push for a ceasefire. He also said Turkey and Iran will “join hands” to be “the backbone of regional stability.”

    Both sides are bleeding and spending heavily in the Syrian civil war and the demographic realities make it difficult to envision either side prevailing. Syria is likely to be divided with the Iran-allied regime holding onto the Allawite and Christian areas and the rebel-controlled Sunni areas winning autonomy.
    http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/middle-east-now-has-three-alliances-none-are-us

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  145. Skip V. Patel1:10 PM

    Wolves are indeed better than people.

    Happy Christmas

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  146. pbird1:14 PM

    I have often wondered if I put the ferret in a tub in a couple inches of water with some feeder goldfish, if she would hunt them.

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  147. pbird1:16 PM

    Oh yeah, I know that one.

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  148. pbird1:24 PM

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

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  149. pbird2:09 PM

    After 27 years of burglaries, 'North Pond Hermit' is arrested
    Christopher Knight, 47, says he stole to survive solitary life in the woods of western Maine.

    http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/North-Pond-Hermit-suspect-in-more-than-1000-burglaries-captured.html?pagenum=full

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  150. Storagemanger2:18 PM

    It seems like, to me, a vagina – as a man – would be more desirable than a man’s anus. That’s just me,” Robertson stated. “I’m just thinking: There’s more there! She’s got more to offer. I mean, come on, dudes! You know what I’m saying? But hey, sin: It’s not logical, my man. It’s just not logical.”

    Robertson described in the interview how sin is becoming acceptable in America and that the country needs to turn back to its Christian values.

    “Start with homosexual behavior and just morph out from there. Bestiality, sleeping around with this woman and that woman and that woman and those men,” Robertson told GQ. “Don’t be deceived. Neither the adulterers, the idolaters, the male prostitutes, the homosexual offenders, the greedy, the drunkards, the slanderers, the swindlers—they won’t inherit the kingdom of God. Don’t deceive yourself. It’s not right.” http://houston.cbslocal.com/2013/12/18/duck-dynasty-star-a-vagina-is-more-desirable-than-a-mans-anus/

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  151. MyDogLuke2:21 PM

    That's one long camping trip. And he doesn't hunt or fish??? Another 13 years and he could have equaled the Israelites excursion in the wilderness.

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  152. Storagemanger2:30 PM

    A British judge has jailed the former lead singer of rock band Lostprophets for 29 years for a string of sexual offenses, including trying to rape a baby.

    Ian Watkins, 36, pleaded guilty last month to 13 charges, which included sexually touching a 1-year-old, encouraging a fan to abuse her child, and making child pornography.

    Judge Roger John Royce told Watkins his actions had “plumbed new depths of depravity” and sentenced the singer on Wednesday at Cardiff Crown Court.

    Watkins must serve at least two thirds of his 29-year sentence, then spend six more years on strict probation.
    http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2013/12/18/lostprophets-singer-ian-watkins-gets-2-years-in-child-sex-case/?intcmp=features

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  153. Storagemanger2:48 PM

    The blind New York City man who credited his guide dog for saving his life Tuesday when he fell onto the subway tracks said he is going to be forced to give up his dog because the dog is nearing retirement and his insurance will no longer cover him.

    The lab, named Orlando, will be 11 on Jan. 5, and will be retiring soon, Cecil Williams, 61, said. His medical benefits will cover a new guide dog but won't pay for a non-working dog, so he'll be looking for a good home for Orlando.

    "If he had the money," Williams said, "I would definitely keep him."
    http://www.foxnews.com/us/2013/12/18/blind-man-guide-dog-survive-fall-onto-nyc-subway-tracks/?intcmp=latestnews

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  154. Storagemanger2:53 PM

    Report: Iran Arming Hezbollah via Iraq to Avoid IAF Strikes
    In an effort to avoid Israeli strikes, Tehran using Iraqi national airport to arm Shia terrorist group, Kuwait newspaper claims. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/175302

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  155. pbird4:35 PM

    Sounds to me like he just got stuck mentally and couldn't move on. Very sad really.

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  156. pbird5:08 PM

    I do like the scene out in the garden playing birdies with the mistress. HS

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  157. pbird6:07 PM

    Approached to perform at Live Aid in 1985, Keith Richards is said to have remarked that he “don’t give a stuff.” Later declining the opportunity to headline at a memorial show for the Princess of Wales, he told the organizers: “Sorry, didn’t know the chick.”
    . http://takimag.com/article/my_night_with_the_rolling_stones_christopher_sandford/print#ixzz2ns32oA55


    hahahhaha

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  158. pbird6:22 PM

    After the next inevitable apocalypse, men will be desperately needed again! Oh, sure, there will be the odd gun-toting Amazonian survivalist gal, who can rustle game out of the bush and feed her flock, but most women and children will be expecting men to scrounge for food and water and to defend the home turf. Indeed, men are absolutely indispensable right now, invisible as it is to most feminists, who seem blind to the infrastructure that makes their own work lives possible. It is overwhelmingly men who do the dirty, dangerous work of building roads, pouring concrete, laying bricks, tarring roofs, hanging electric wires, excavating natural gas and sewage lines, cutting and clearing trees, and bulldozing the landscape for housing developments. It is men who heft and weld the giant steel beams that frame our office buildings, and it is men who do the hair-raising work of insetting and sealing the finely tempered plate-glass windows of skyscrapers 50 stories tall.

    Every day along the Delaware River in Philadelphia, one can watch the passage of vast oil tankers and towering cargo ships arriving from all over the world. These stately colossi are loaded, steered and off-loaded by men. The modern economy, with its vast production and distribution network, is a male epic, in which women have found a productive role — but women were not its author. Surely, modern women are strong enough now to give credit where credit is due!


    Read more: It’s a Man’s World, and It Always Will Be | TIME.com http://ideas.time.com/2013/12/16/its-a-mans-world-and-it-always-will-be/#ixzz2ns6oOJSU

    even that old heathen knows it

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  159. Skip V. Patel6:23 PM

    FBI adds ex-Massachusetts man to most-wanted terror list
    Ahmad Abousamra, who has been charged with conspiracy and supporting terrorism, may now be living in Aleppo, Syria.

    http://www.onlinesentinel.com/news/FBI_adds_ex-Massachusetts_man_to_most-wanted_terror_list.html

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  160. Skip V. Patel6:28 PM

    Oh Mein Gott!!!!!!!!!

    Mom Faces Charges for Posing Topless in Hot Tub with Teen

    http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Government/2013/12/18/Mom-faces-charges-for-posing-topless-in-hot-tub-with-teen

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  161. mawskrat8:14 PM

    small world.....was talking to my cuz in Alabama about
    the death of Ray Price and found out that my uncle Ray
    "God bless his soul" was one of Ray Prices' best friends

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  162. pbird8:17 PM

    it is small!

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  163. pbird1:59 AM

    http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0242/9781/products/Keith_Richards_Patience_Please_1972_Ethan_Russell_2048x2048.jpg?v=1372609129

    Ethan Russell

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  164. pbird2:17 AM

    Good night my dears

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  165. BulgarWheat4:34 AM

    Wonderful! My sleep schedule is completely whacked and we're going up to Connecticut for Christmas.

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  166. BabbaZee6:17 AM

    ahhha!

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  167. BabbaZee6:20 AM

    Syria: the End of Christian Civilization?

    http://www.aina.org/news/20131218135952.htm

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  168. BabbaZee6:28 AM

    American And Chinese Warships Engage In Bizarre Game Of Chicken

    http://jalopnik.com/american-and-chinese-warships-engage-in-bizarre-game-of-1483365598

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  169. BabbaZee6:28 AM

    Putin defends, even envies, NSA surveillance

    http://www.cbsnews.com/news/putin-defends-even-envies-nsa-surveillance/

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  170. BabbaZee6:30 AM

    'Jihadists in Syria torturing prisoners'


    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/jihadists-in-syria-torturing-prisoners/story-fni0xqll-1226786952681

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  171. BabbaZee6:30 AM

    A man has doused himself with gasoline and set himself on fire in St. Peter's Square in Vatican City

    http://www.miamiherald.com/2013/12/19/3827237/man-sets-self-on-fire-in-st-peters.html

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  172. BabbaZee6:34 AM

    Transcript

    JUDY WOODRUFF: Now drugs, doctors and the relationship with the pharmaceutical industry.

    Those connections have long been the subject of ethical and business concerns, particularly when it comes to the financial ties between doctors and the drug companies. Yesterday, one of the world's biggest pharmaceutical companies, GlaxoSmithKline, announced changes to some of its practices. It will no longer pay doctors to promote its drugs, and it will stop compensating sales representatives based on the number of prescriptions doctors write.

    The moves come following other problems for the company, including a bribery scandal in China involving payments to allegedly boost sales, and a settlement with the U.S. government last year on marketing drugs for improper uses.

    We look at these changes. And both our guests are professors at Harvard Medical School and affiliated with Brigham and Women's Hospital, but they have different views, Dr. Jerry Avorn and Dr. Thomas Stossel.

    Welcome to you both.

    http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/health/july-dec13/pharma_12-17.html?print

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  173. Storagemanager7:08 AM

    FAGS SUCK........................A&E has placed Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson on indefinite hiatus following anti-gay remarks he made in a recent profile in GQ. http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/live-feed/duck-dynastys-phil-robertson-indefinite-666808

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  174. Storagemanager7:11 AM

    people are outraged Phil Robertson called a butt fucker a butt fucker.......

    US, Germany Threaten IDF Not to Move Academies to Mt. Scopus

    The US and Germany threatened to boycott IDF academies on Mt. Scopus - despite it being internationally recognized as Israeli. http://www.israelnationalnews.com/

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  175. Storagemanager7:12 AM

    Lets rage about color and butt fucking....not the real evil...

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  176. Storagemanager7:15 AM

    Phil Robertson calling a FAG a FAG is the real evil....not killing children..they matter little.....

    BEIRUT - Regime warplanes pounded Syria's second city Aleppo for a fourth straight day Wednesday in air raids that have killed at least 135 people, many of them children, a monitor said.



    The attacks focused on rebel-held areas of eastern and northern Aleppo, once the country's commercial hub, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
    https://now.mmedia.me/lb/en/nowsyrialatestnews/526269-syria-barrel-bomb-raids-on-aleppo-kill-135-monitor-says

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  177. Storagemanager7:17 AM

    Hey homeland security...fags suck....

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  178. Storagemanager7:17 AM

    copy that

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  179. Storagemanager7:18 AM

    Until you lock me in a cell...I will practice freedom of speech.....no matter who dislikes it...

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  180. Storagemanager7:19 AM

    Lesbian Supervisor Allegedly Fired Male Gym Teacher Because He Was Heterosexual And Married http://weaselzippers.us/

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  181. BulgarWheat7:56 AM

    Good morning, storage. I have zero interest in your ass or anyone else's while I'm at it. I'm fond of vaginas,

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  182. Storagemanager7:59 AM

    The Israel Museum has acquired over 1,200 ancient silver Persian coins, among the earliest known currency from the area, including what the museum has identified as the world’s oldest Jewish coin.The coins, dated to the 5th and 4th centuries BCE when the region was controlled by the Persian Empire, constitute “the largest collection in the world of Persian-period coins.” The collection includes a number of previously unknown varieties, the museum said. Chief among the rare artifacts is a silver drachm, an ancient coin based upon the Greek drachma, which, in clearly legible Aramaic script, bears the word yehud, or Judea. http://www.timesofisrael.com/israel-museum-obtains-worlds-first-jewish-coin/

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  183. Storagemanager7:59 AM

    Careful...you may be fired for loving a woman and not a mans ass...

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  184. Storagemanager8:05 AM

    America went from John Wayne.....to Jane Obama...

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  185. Storagemanager8:07 AM

    Any day I expect to see Barry in a dress and high heels...

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  186. Storagemanager8:09 AM

    Barry is not only the first Black Gay president....HE is the first WOMAN President...

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  187. Storagemanager8:12 AM

    GEE....why didn't Barry think of this?.........................Turkey's Erdogan says corruption probe aims to smear government http://english.alarabiya.net/en/News/middle-east/2013/12/19/Turkey-s-Erdogan-says-corruption-probe-aims-to-smear-government.html

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  188. Storagemanager8:14 AM

    Obama’s Brother buys Underage Girl http://shoebat.com/

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  189. mawskrat8:29 AM

    Good Morning All.......
    I've saying that for the last 6 years................

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  190. mawskrat8:32 AM

    looking below, almost a record me thinks////

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  191. Storagemanager8:32 AM

    Breaking....Barry Obama to ban marriage between men and women....sez it is unfair to gays to have to watch this old practice...

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  192. BulgarWheat8:36 AM

    I can handle that.

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  193. Storagemanager8:41 AM

    blog
    /blɔg, blɒg/ Show Spelled [blawg, blog] Show IPA
    noun
    1.
    a website containing a writer's or group of writers' own experiences, observations, opinions, etc., and often having images and links to other websites.
    2.
    a single entry or post on such a website: She regularly contributes a blog to the magazine's website.
    verb (used without object), blogged, blog·ging.
    3.
    to maintain or add new entries to a blog.
    verb (used with object), blogged, blog·ging.
    4.
    to express or write about on a blog: She’s been blogging her illness for almost a year.

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  194. mawskrat9:12 AM

    Blog Hog
    Where a poster hogs someones blog with repeated and continuous posts.
    blahblahblahblahblahblahblah
    posted by Blog Hog @ 3:15pm

    blahblahblahblahblah
    posted by Blog Hog @ 3:17pm

    blahblahblahblah

    Ps: blahblahblah
    posted by Blog Hog @ 3:18pm

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  195. MyDogLuke9:53 AM

    Good morning to all. Kudos to our fat cat for allowing the puppy to repeatedly sniff his butt without snapping on the little bugger.

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  196. pbird9:54 AM

    In Texas, Search Warrants Can Now Be Based on a "Prediction of a Future Crime"

    http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2013/12/parker_county_meth_search_warr.php

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