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Tuesday, February 4, 2014


Then another horse came out, 
a fiery red one.
 Its rider was given power 
to take peace from the earth 
and to make people kill each other. 
To him was given a large sword.


  1. mawskrat7:14 AM

    Good Morning Peeps.........going to Braxtons house to watch him this am, grandma ain't feeling well today

  2. Skip V. Patel7:16 AM

    Good morgen to y'all

  3. BabbaZee7:17 AM

    grandpa is happy

  4. Skip V. Patel7:17 AM

    "First I'm gonna make it then I'm gonna break it till it falls apart.
    Hating all the faking and shaking while I'm breaking your brittle heart."

  5. BabbaZee7:19 AM

    "The certificate of origin must contain the following statement: ‘We certify that the goods are neither of Israeli origin no do they contain any Israeli materials."

  6. BabbaZee7:23 AM

    "Invoices must be endorsed with a certificate of origin that goods are not of Israeli origin and do not contain any Israeli material and are not shipped from any Israeli port."

  7. BabbaZee7:26 AM

    Revelers welcome Year of the Horse

  8. Skip V. Patel7:27 AM

    NIH Spent $464,272 to Find Out Why Gay Men Get Syphilis in Peru
    Related studies total over $2 million

    (I know, I know!)

  9. Skip V. Patel7:30 AM

    Iran Foreign Minister Denies He is Opposed to Second Holocaust

    Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif vehemently denied on Monday reports that he is opposed to a second Holocaust of Jewish people, according to Iranian media reports.

  10. BabbaZee7:36 AM

    Moses Farrow, now 36, and an accomplished photographer, has been estranged from Mia for several years. During a recent conversation, he spoke of “finally seeing the reality” of Frog Hollow and used the term “brainwashing” without hesitation. He recently reestablished contact with Allen and is currently enjoying a renewed relationship with him and Soon-Yi.

  11. BabbaZee7:39 AM

    A more mischievous part of me wanted to repost her tweet, but swap out her link for one leading to an article about the recent 10-year jail sentence received by her brother, John Charles Villiers-Farrow, for multiple counts of child molestation—a topic she’s been unusually quiet about, considering her penchant for calling out alleged (let alone, convicted) molesters to whom she’s exposed her children.

  12. BabbaZee7:39 AM

    I thought they contend first one never happened......

  13. BabbaZee7:39 AM

    so implicit in the denial is an affirmation of the first one

  14. BabbaZee7:40 AM

    To remind readers that the woman is recalling memories from the age of seven, when a six-month investigation characterized her as being “emotionally disturbed,” and making statements that were likely “coached or influenced by her mother,” takes a little more than 140 characters.

  15. BabbaZee7:42 AM

  16. BabbaZee7:49 AM

    they did this to Karen's brother - and his daughter believes this really happened - it did not happen - so I know how this is done.

    the MOTHER is her molester - the MOTHER used this to destroy the father -

    she was molested by her MOTHER

    I believe this is the case here with Allen as well - unfortunately his LOOKS will forever make people believe he did it - if he looked like Cary Grant no one would believe her

  17. BabbaZee7:56 AM

  18. good friend Sue is going in for brain tumor surgery - the hits just keep on coming.
    going out with the gang to say goodbye to her tumor, they named it George

  19. BabbaZee8:17 AM

    Nanny Casts Doubt on Farrow Charges : Custody: She tells Allen's lawyers the actress pressured her to support molestation accusations against him. She says others have reservations.
    February 02, 1993

  20. BabbaZee8:18 AM

    my friend Syrian Georges has an inoperable brain tumor near the pineal gland
    so it is ironic they should name it George

  21. pineal gland, never heard of that one

  22. I thought that said free bacon haha

  23. BabbaZee8:37 AM

  24. BabbaZee8:39 AM

    The pineal gland (also called the pineal body, epiphysis cerebri, epiphysis or the “third eye”) is a small endocrine gland in the vertebrate brain. It produces the serotonin derivative melatonin, a hormone that affects the modulation of wake/sleep patterns and seasonal functions. Its shape resembles a tiny pine cone (hence its name), and it is located near the center of the brain, between the two hemispheres, tucked in a groove where the two rounded thalamic bodies join.

  25. BulgarWheat8:42 AM

    Hunter S. Thompson wrote about eating a pineal gland in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.It didn't sound appealing at all to me.

  26. BabbaZee8:50 AM

    Love, Poetry and Revolution: A Journey Through the British Psychedelic And Underground Scenes

  27. I don't know, but the photo of Dylan that hit the media looks full of something....ah self pity a lot and some other stuff. Doesn't look like a healthy person.

  28. shalom!

  29. hope it all works out for the very best!

  30. BabbaZee10:08 AM


  31. BabbaZee10:09 AM

    she believes it happened and she always will
    but I do not think it happened

  32. its really hard to imagine it could have as she said...

  33. its also one of those things it is almost impossible for a man to prove he is completely innocent. like that cop in Tacoma that did twenty years for false accusations and his kids didn't even accuse him

  34. BabbaZee10:22 AM

    they should have to go to jail for false accusations

  35. looks like fun!

  36. Wikipedia is ‘very masculine,’ so feminists pledge to fix it

    Read more:

    oh lordy what tiny flowers of femininty

  37. BabbaZee10:34 AM

    it is very enlightening

  38. BabbaZee10:35 AM

    I found it incredibly tedious and yet hilarious the way the shrink answers the question

    Personally I define intelligence as the ability to
    understand and integrate new information (of any kind) into your brain,
    filter it through the rest of what you know, and discard it or adjust
    your thinking accordingly where it is applicable

    the ability to adapt your thinking based on what you learn

    most people can only memorize and repeat

    they are not really learning anything

    it took me a long time to realize that because some people are very very good at it

    yet it is just recitation

  39. BabbaZee10:40 AM

    Warping The Familiar: An Interview With Patterns

  40. The game was played in the magnificently ugly and instantly carcinogenic New Jersey town of East Rutherford, about ten miles as the terrorist crow flies from where the World Trade Center was blown to dust on 9/11/2001. Security precautions involved such insane measures as Black Hawk helicopters and “hidden snipers.” There was even a series of “suspicious powder” scares near the stadium days before the game. But although it would have made the festivities far more exciting, there were no terrorist attacks. There were merely snipers and choppers and pat-downs and vehicle scans and bomb-sniffing dogs and 4,000 security agents and an elaborate constellation of intelligence-sharing and surveillance. Living in an authoritarian prison is the price we pay for freedom.

    Please share this article by using the link below. When you cut and paste an article, Taki's Magazine misses out on traffic, and our writers don't get paid for their work. Email to buy additional rights.

  41. BabbaZee10:45 AM

    Mountains Of Tongues: Traditional Music From The Caucasus Explored

  42. There was Scarlett Johansson pimping a carbonated beverage produced in an illegal Israeli settlement.

    haha poop on him

  43. BabbaZee10:47 AM

    ah fuck he ruined the whole thing for me with this one line

    There was Scarlett Johansson pimping a carbonated beverage produced in an illegal Israeli settlement.

    otherwise enjoyable to read and the true

  44. they are very very good at it....

  45. BabbaZee10:48 AM


    we saw it at the same time


  46. BabbaZee10:50 AM


    Afghanistan's Karzai in secret talks with Taliban


  47. some nasty commenters!

  48. so thats all that thrashing and bumping behind the curtain?

  49. BabbaZee10:52 AM

    Pakistan Talks With Taliban Team Delayed

    Taliban Team! !!

  50. BabbaZee10:53 AM

    Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!

  51. well yes

  52. BabbaZee10:56 AM

    President Obama will be seeking a new ambassador to Russia, as diplomat Michael McFaul announced Tuesday he is leaving the post.

  53. BulgarWheat10:58 AM

    Is that like Team America? Fuck yeah!

  54. BabbaZee10:58 AM

    On January 17, soon after McFaul was appointed the new United States Ambassador to Russia and arrived in Moscow to assume his post, a number of organizers and prominent participants of the 2011 Russian protests, as well as some prominent figures of the Russian opposition parties, visited the Embassy of the United States in Moscow. On the entrance to the embassy they were encountered by TV journalists who asked them why they were visiting the new Ambassador.[8] On the video later released on YouTube[9] and titled "Получение инструкций в посольстве США" (Receiving instructions in the Embassy of the United States) opposition activists appear flustered by the unexpected media attention. Later, when upon leaving the embassy and once again being encircled by journalists, the activists responded by declaring the journalists spreaders of "Surkovian propaganda" and made no other statement.[8] The visitors to Michael McFaul included: Yevgeniya Chirikova (member of Strategy-31 and Khimki forest activist leader), Boris Nemtsov (leader of the People's Freedom Party), Lev Ponomarev (human rights activist of the Moscow Helsinki Group), Sergey Mitrokhin (leader of Yabloko party), Oksana Dmitriyeva (deputy head of A Just Russia), Lilia Shibanova (head of the GOLOS Association elections monitor group).[8] Two weeks later, journalist Olga Romanova who managed the financial spending of the December protests, also visited the American Embassy. She said that they discussed Russian protests and the United States Presidential election campaign with McFaul.[10]

    Reaction to the incident was mixed: President Dmitry Medvedev in his public comments at Moscow State University largely exonerated McFaul by saying that meeting with opposition figures was a routine occurrence, although he warned the new U.S. ambassador to Moscow that he is on Russian soil and should respect Russian political sensibilities.[11] The incident sparked a highly negative reaction in the Russian media[which?] and blogs[which?].[8][11] but an article in the Daily Beast wrote that McFaul's stance won plaudits from pro-democracy activists and Web-savvy Russian youth and that, "in the tight-knit world of Moscow’s opposition, McFaul has become something of an Internet celebrity, making him a true 21st-century diplomat."[12]

  55. U.S. intelligence agencies last week urged the Obama administration to check its new healthcare network for malicious software after learning that developers linked to the Belarus government helped produce the website, raising fresh concerns that private data posted by millions of Americans will be compromised.

  56. MyDogLuke11:41 AM

    Can't they just get it from the NSA? I mean why go to all that trouble. On a side note ... we got about a foot of wet snow yesterday. It is absolutely gorgeous. I need a chainsaw and a clone

  57. Skip V. Patel1:00 PM

    New York City public school kids getting new Muslim, Lunar New Year holidays

    Susan Rice Blasts Israel--on Twitter

  58. pbird1:01 PM

    Susan Rice on Twatter, what?

  59. BabbaZee1:40 PM

    End the Ban on Psychoactive Drug Research
    It's time to let scientists study whether LSD, marijuana and ecstasy can ease psychiatric disorders
    LSD, ecstasy (MDMA), psilocybin and marijuana have, for decades, been designated as drugs of abuse. But they had their origins in the medical pharmacopeia. Through the mid-1960s, more than 1,000 scientific publications chronicled the ways that LSD could be used as an aid to make psychotherapy more effective. Similarly, MDMA began to be used as a complement to talk therapy in the 1970s. Marijuana has logged thousands of years as a medicament for diseases and conditions ranging from malaria to rheumatism.

  60. Skip V. Patel1:41 PM

    The Chinese New Year marks the start of the Chinese Year of the Horse, but as I write this letter, horses across the country are headed to auction and then on a terrifying trip to the kill floor of a slaughterhouse.

    36 Hours to Hell videoThe Year of the Horse is no cause for celebration for horses who face terrifying transport to a slaughterhouse and a grisly death.

  61. BabbaZee1:42 PM

    Scenes from a militarized America: Iowa family ‘terrorized’

    Warrant Wreckage in Iowa

  62. MyDogLuke1:53 PM

    What does a muslim calender look like? I mean are there pictures of cutr wimmin in different color burpkas

  63. Skip V. Patel1:57 PM

    Ending the War on Ferrets

    Slinky, curious, and intelligent - ferrets have been domesticated for centuries. But in D.C., New York City, Hawaii, and California ferret owners face threats of jail time and fines up to $10,000.

    Ferret opponents fret that the 20-inch mammals are likely to launch "vicious unprovoked attacks on humans," despite a study from California's own Research Bureau which found that ferrets don't "pose an unusual risk of bites." Others worry that escaped pet ferrets could form feral bands in the wild, but the same study found it "improbable that domestic ferrets could establish feral colonies in California."

    In 2004, the popular pet was nearly legalized in California, but the bill was stopped dead by Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's veto. Ferret legalization groups remain undeterred. As David Gaines of the American Ferret Association explains, "it takes people and the grassroots knocking on the door of the legislature saying 'stop laughing, this issue is important to me and I'm your constituent.'"

  64. Skip V. Patel2:04 PM

    The Transportation Department plans to mandate new technology in every vehicle that “constantly broadcasts via radio wave a car’s location, direction, speed and, possibly, even the number of passengers it is carrying.” The agency says the safety benefits will outweigh the technology’s cost. But cost probably isn’t what most people find troublesome about this.

    • The Pentagon doesn’t want any more tanks, but Congress and defense contractors intend to keep making them, anyway. They’ll probably just end up at your local police department.

  65. pbird2:14 PM

    Twenty inches? Mine might be 12 inches.....

  66. Skip V. Patel2:15 PM

    Feds to Mandate V2V Communications in All New Vehicles by 2016

    The Department of Transportation plans to mandate that newly manufactured cars include “vehicle-to-vehicle” communication technology that constantly broadcasts via radio wave a car’s location, direction, speed and, possibly, even the number of passengers it is carrying, according to an official statement released Monday

  67. pbird2:19 PM

    And the last one DID know what to do with prey......

  68. Skip V. Patel2:22 PM

    ....and nobody cared.

  69. BabbaZee2:30 PM

    An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man who was convicted of offering to spy for Iran was sentenced to a four-and-a-half-year prison term by the Jerusalem District Court on Tuesday.

    Yitzhak Bergel, a 46-year-old a member of the anti-Zionist fringe group Neturei Karta, met with Iranian officials at their embassy in Berlin in 2011.

    Bergel attempted to enter the embassy on January 17, but found it to be closed. Returning the following day, he was shepherded into an inner room at the embassy and there met with three unidentified men.

    He told the Iranian officials that he denies the existence of the State of Israel and offered to spy for Iran. He also explained to the officials that he was not interested in asylum, and was ‘willing to murder a Zionist.’

    The Iranian officials gave Bergel a note with an email address where they said he would find a message. They also asked him to maintain telephone contact with them.

    Three days after the meeting, Bergel returned to Israel and began to check the email account repeatedly, and even attempted to contact someone named ‘Haji Baba’ by phone.

    Bergel was arrested in mid-July. As part of a plea bargain, he confessed to charges of treason and contacting a foreign agent.

  70. Skip V. Patel2:30 PM

    The Top 6 Craziest Things Cops Spent Forfeiture Money On

    Under civil asset forfeiture, police can seize property suspected of involvement in criminal activity. Unlike criminal asset forfeiture, with civil forfeiture, people don't have to be convicted—or even charged—with a crime to permanently lose their cars, homes, or cash.

    Even worse, in many cases, police get to keep what they seize through asset forfeiture. As long as cops get to keep what they seize, civil asset forfeiture will keep on spawning scandals.

    Learn about even more crazy things purchased with forfeiture money:

  71. BabbaZee2:31 PM

    SWAT America

    A spokesperson for the police department in St. Louis County, Mo.. recently told a local TV station that every felony search warrant is now served with the SWAT team, regardless of the crime. Last month, Texas Dep. Adam Sowders was killed during a pre-dawn, door-busting raid over some pot plants. He’s far from the first. In many of these cases, the suspects have claimed—plausibly—that they had no idea the men breaking into their homes were police.

  72. Skip V. Patel2:34 PM

    Rob Ford getting tickled. So adorable.

  73. BabbaZee2:35 PM


  74. pbird3:09 PM

    a lot of stuff about Common Core..

  75. mawskrat3:11 PM

    I would rather see the white death
    back up power and chainsaws ready

  76. BulgarWheat3:13 PM

    the trick is the keep the really valuable stuff away from them. problem solved. take my 401k, my house, my truck, my harley. those I can replace. I've been preparing for this for over 41 years. If anyone didn't see this coming, they weren't paying attention.

  77. BabbaZee3:17 PM

  78. BabbaZee3:18 PM

    If ya aint got nothin
    ya got nothin to lose

  79. Skip V. Patel3:23 PM

    The Administration That Treats Israel With Contumely And Casual Cruelty

    Obama treats enemy dictatorships better than ally Israel

    Israel is expected to do things neither the US nor its other allies would do.

  80. BabbaZee3:27 PM

    noun: contumely; plural noun: contumelies

    1. insolent or insulting language or treatment.

  81. pbird3:27 PM

    What does Mr Baby eat?

  82. pbird3:29 PM

    Nurse Practitioners Treat Patients Well, Cheaply. So Doctors Want to Stop Them.

  83. pbird3:30 PM

    I've got damn little to lose.

  84. Skip V. Patel3:31 PM

    Mr. Baby eats 80% Chicken ferret food, Imported Lebanese Tahina, Brewers yeast with water and copius quantities of Bandit Ferret Treats!

  85. pbird3:37 PM

    Never heard of the chicken flavor. There is so much controversy about ferret food. If you read reviews its a blood bath. I have fed them everything from Winsong (?) is it? to a highgrade grain free cat food that they seem to like and back to a Marshall feed that they don't like very well. I supplement with bits of raw meat as I do with the cat. I was just curious what he was happy with.

  86. pbird3:38 PM

    Brewer's yeast sounds like a good idea.

  87. pbird3:40 PM

    of two minds on this

  88. pbird3:41 PM

    The cat food is at least 80% chicken and is a whole prey food made by Orijen in Canada.

  89. pbird3:48 PM

    Long Invisible, Research Shows Volcanic CO2 Levels Are Staggering (Op-Ed)

    You'd think that would be enough. That might be my fault — I tend to save the weird stuff until the end. Recently, an enigmatic source of volcanic carbon has come to light that isn't involved with lava — or even craters. It now seems that not only is there CO2 we can't get to, there's some we can't even see.

    Carbon dioxide is always invisible, but its presence can be inferred in volcanic plumes — betrayed by the billowing clouds of water vapour released alongside it. Without the water, though, it's a different story. The new poster-child of planetary degassing is diffuse CO2 — invisible emanations which can occur across vast areas surrounding the main vents of a volcano, rising through the bulk of the mountains. This transparent haze is only just beginning to receive proper attention, and as such we have very little idea of how much it might contribute to the global output.

    Even more incredibly, it even seems that some volcanoes which are considered inactive, in terms of their potential to ooze new land, can still make some serious additions to the atmosphere through diffuse CO2 release. Residual magma beneath dormant craters, though it might never reach the surface, can still 'erupt' gases from a distance. Amazingly, from what little scientists have measured, it looks like this process might give off as much as half the CO2 put out by fully active volcanoes.

  90. hey no toilet fishing at the Olympics!


  92. BabbaZee3:56 PM

    all sorts of weirdo gas stuff happens under volcanic lakes as well

  93. BabbaZee3:59 PM


  94. BabbaZee4:00 PM

    well at least it is not a German shit inspection toilet!

  95. BabbaZee4:02 PM

    best price here

  96. like the hospital here
    catch and release should be for fishing only

  97. BabbaZee4:04 PM



  98. BabbaZee4:04 PM

    new jihadis....

    In less than a fortnight, Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis (Partisans of Jerusalem) has claimed responsibility for several high-profile attacks.

  99. BabbaZee4:05 PM

    The group's "early goal was to attack Israel and prevent cooperation between Egypt and Israel by sabotaging gas pipelines", said France-based Matthieu Guidere, an expert on Islamist militants.

  100. hell who needs a pony

  101. pbird4:28 PM


  102. pbird4:29 PM

    I loves dem giant bunnies!

  103. pbird4:30 PM

    of course that's a tiny man but still....

  104. oompa loompa

  105. pbird4:33 PM

    British toilets have some sort of weird flushing mechanism that you have to hit like killing a rat, fast! or it won't freaking flush. Had to call the whateverheis to a hotel room in Bath to show us how to do it. He thought it was pretty funny. But we don't hit them like that. It could break!

  106. pbird4:35 PM

    BTW never saw one of the dreaded toilets in a hotel in Germany. I think they know tourists don't like them.

  107. BabbaZee4:36 PM

    even though it ends in LY I was hearing it in my head as a noun and thought they had used the word wrong there

    which is why I looked it up

    also I wanted people to know what it meant

    but they did use it as an adjective rather than as a noun so I was hearing it wrongly rightly

    if you want to use it as a adverb or adjective

    con′tu·me′li·ous (kŏn′tə-mē′lē-əs) adj.

    con′tu·me′li·ous·ly ad

  108. pbird4:37 PM

    Is a good price, and looks nice for ferretites.

  109. pbird4:41 PM

    oh yeah!

  110. BabbaZee4:44 PM

    I left a comment we shall see if it gets published

  111. Skip V. Patel4:46 PM

    An Exemplary Retirement System

    From the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel:

    A Milwaukee police detective charged with lying to an FBI agent has applied for duty disability retirement, saying the stress of being investigated, arrested and strip-searched has left him unable to be a police officer, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel has learned….

    If his application is approved, Huerta could be paid by the city for the rest of his life. In most cases, duty disability provides such retirees with 75% of their salaries, tax-free. His 2012 salary, including overtime, was more than $85,000….

    Officer Dwight Copeland didn’t show up for work for the equivalent of half of his 14 years on the force and was disciplined two dozen times for misconduct. Copeland was fired for lying about an application claiming he was disabled because of a shoulder injury and stress. His duty disability retirement was able to be approved last year because he filed it before he was fired.

  112. pbird4:52 PM

    not the middle ages you whackjobs

  113. pbird4:59 PM

    You did!

  114. BulgarWheat5:28 PM

    great way to throw your back out though. dead yuppies are harder to toss than you think.

  115. pbird5:43 PM

    even little vegans are too heavy to toss handily

  116. pbird5:56 PM

    Space Invaders
    Why you should never, ever use two spaces after a period.
    By Farhad Manjoo

    Oh yeah, that's what they taught us in typing class way back when the world was young and its nature now. Besides, your mama named you funny.

  117. BabbaZee6:45 PM

    'What Is a Photograph?' Four Decades of Artistic Innovation

  118. BabbaZee6:47 PM

    The actor and director Joel Grey (Cabaret) has for years spent his free hours prowling city streets looking for billboards and signs that have begun to decay and show what’s underneath. The layered, weathered images, collage-like and surreal, become strange works of art themselves once they’re framed by Grey’s smart-phone camera. If this seems like a stunt, be assured it’s not. Yes, anyone can do this, but not everyone has Grey’s keen eye for composition, color, and the genuinely spooky textures in these tributes to the beauties of decay.

    These images are taken from The Billboard Papers: Photographs by Joel Grey (Pointed Leaf Press).

  119. pbird7:10 PM

    artist as chooser

  120. pbird7:12 PM

    Rebecca sees him around town.

  121. BulgarWheat8:36 PM

    Kneel down, proles.


  123. pbird1:15 AM

    Finally some rational legislation is passed concerning ‘public servants’ unlawfully entering another person’s property.

    All too often, we see examples of cops breaking into the wrong house and shooting the family dog, or worse, killing a member of the family.

    Well, Indiana has taken action to “recognize the unique character of a citizen’s home and to ensure that a citizen feels secure in his or her own home against unlawful intrusion by another individual or a public servant.”


  124. pbird1:45 AM

    I read about this dog for years and now he is gone.

  125. BabbaZee4:29 AM

    Esmerelda Weatherwax

    my new favorite name

  126. BabbaZee6:33 AM

    Neil Young to rock Tel Aviv this summer

  127. BabbaZee6:37 AM

    LAPD: Officers who shot 2 women during Dorner manhunt violated policy

    violated policy
    violated policy
    violated policy

    The police chief said Tuesday that state law prohibits him from discussing punishment for individual officers.
    "Discipline could be anywhere from extensive retraining up to termination," according to Beck. "All officers involved have been assigned to non-field duty since this event occurred."

  128. BulgarWheat6:42 AM

    can't have people violating policy

  129. BabbaZee7:27 AM

    George Zimmerman to fight rapper DMX in celebrity boxing bout

    Lawd save me

  130. BulgarWheat7:27 AM

    that might be fun to watch

  131. BabbaZee7:32 AM

    I fail to see the fun in it

    I think it is disgusting

  132. BulgarWheat8:01 AM

    this zimmerman guy is turning into an attention whore. a proper ass-stomping may knock some sense into him.

  133. BabbaZee8:03 AM

    he was always an attention whore which is why he was doing the whole "neighborhood watch" thing he was doing to begin with

  134. BabbaZee8:10 AM

    Republican Leaders Found Supporting Jihad

  135. Skip V. Patel8:23 AM

    Uh oh!
    Magnum Research Mark XIX Desert Eagle 10 inch barrel .44 Mag.

  136. BulgarWheat8:26 AM

    not exactly conceal and carry material

  137. Skip V. Patel8:29 AM

    Pure Ego Pistol!

  138. mawskrat8:48 AM

    Good Morning all.....since the Creation Museum
    is only about 40 minutes from my house I watched the debate
    with Bill Nye and Ken Ham last night....interesting

  139. Skip V. Patel8:57 AM

    But wait! ..... there's more!

  140. BabbaZee9:06 AM

    Mr Hootie Rake!!!!

    is that like a MoJo Pik?

  141. mawskrat9:06 AM


  142. Skip V. Patel9:08 AM

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  143. BabbaZee9:09 AM

    it is silly the whole "debate" to my thinking

    Surely he failed to inform Bill Nye that physicist Gerald Schroeder has already calculated that from the center of the universe it is 6 days
    but from earth it is 15 billion years
    both are right
    time is not a constant
    even science admits this and that it can not be definitive or defined
    it is a silly debate
    waged to be "right"

    none of us are right

  144. Skip V. Patel9:11 AM

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  145. BabbaZee9:11 AM


  146. BulgarWheat9:38 AM

    The G23 will suffice quite nicely

  147. BulgarWheat9:40 AM

    A little pricey, but what isn't any more? I might snag 500 rounds. I need to rotate some stock so to speak.

  148. mawskrat10:14 AM

    OH CRAP know we've done it

    Could studying the universe DESTROY it? Changing our perception of the cosmos could end it if quantum theories are correct

    This is based on strange way quantum states are affected when observed

    In Schrödinger's cat experiment, a cat in a box, whose fate is decided by subatomic particles, is both alive and dead until someone looks at it

    According to two U.S. scientists, the same thing could happen to the universe, causing an irreversible shift in the universe's energy

    Some scientists think universe is overdue for a quantum energy change

    If shift occurs, it won't exceed the speed of light, so we’ll see it coming

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  149. BabbaZee10:19 AM

  150. BabbaZee10:27 AM

    the "debate" is a battle for who gets to control thought

    I don't like either faction

  151. Ah, cosmic watched pot eh?

  152. thats a little sudden of a concept for just waking up.....

  153. mawskrat10:36 AM

    remember....... where ever you go there you are

  154. un huh....

  155. linky scrambled

  156. mawskrat10:38 AM


  157. Shalom kids.....

  158. mawskrat10:45 AM

    shalomski on rye to you also

  159. mawskrat10:47 AM

    I know one reality....I have to go and shovel snow and ice
    and I hate that molecular state of water

  160. Republicans to rescue Dems, betray the nation

  161. good thing its not steam though!

  162. mmmm sounds ok

  163. Listening to discussions of immigration laws and proposals to reform them is like listening to something out of “Alice in Wonderland.”

  164. Have you ever seen someone wearing Google Glass out at the bar? Like a real person at a real bar actually wearing Google Glass? If so, you know how absolutely ridiculous they look. Which may be the only factor we have that will stop this:

  165. mawskrat10:56 AM

    nope never seen em

  166. mawskrat10:58 AM

    what's your sign baby...oh I already know

  167. me neither....i think most people would be too embarrassed to be caught wearing them...which is good

  168. BabbaZee11:09 AM


    that's what I used to tell people when they asked what's your sign

  169. BabbaZee11:10 AM

    Oh this rat bastid
    sold his story to the Enquirer
    who knows if it is true

    and if it was true even MORE shame on him than if it were a big lie

  170. BabbaZee11:18 AM

    Woody did NOT molest my sister

  171. BabbaZee11:30 AM

    297 scientists and experts agree GMOs not proven safe

  172. Mhm. Easy to say now

  173. BabbaZee11:46 AM


    uber creep.

  174. I used various wise ass answers

  175. Skip V. Patel11:48 AM

    Ammo shortage explodes

    Ammunition still difficult to find in wake of Sandy Hook shootings

  176. BabbaZee11:48 AM

    looks like they already got his goetta

  177. BabbaZee11:57 AM


  178. BulgarWheat12:14 PM

    this is actually scarier than most people will ever realize.

  179. BabbaZee12:15 PM


  180. BulgarWheat12:15 PM

    I've got my goetta and ammo. I'd like to cycle some of that Israeli 5.56 through my DPMS though. Clean, non-corrosive rounds. Quality brass I'd wager.

  181. BabbaZee12:16 PM

    you should be off the goetta Mr. Stently

  182. Oh i know

  183. BulgarWheat12:16 PM

    Don't frequent too many bars. They have people there. That would be the first person I'd punch in a bar fight though.

  184. mawskrat12:19 PM

    iz crap shoveling this snow.........shovel, come in and have a shot, repeat until done/

  185. BulgarWheat12:20 PM

    It's been probably two months since I've touched goetta. Last weekend since I had sausage, two pieces. It's been mostly yogurt and muffins. Once every now and then I like to eat for the joy of eating, not just filling up the gas tank. Making a pita bread pizza as I type right now. I eat a ton of pita bread.

  186. AI ICUS12:25 PM

    I say it's foreign pathogens...

  187. AI ICUS12:27 PM


  188. Good morning. How's you?

  189. AI ICUS12:30 PM

    I am well...Thank you...Yourself???

    I am in MN this week...

  190. Bread is worse than sausage.

  191. I are doing better everyday! lol
    MN be snowy?