Monday, November 2, 2009
Lou Dobbs is still harping on the idiotic North American Union conspiracy theory
Pat Robertson's insane ranting this week includes: "the noose has tightened around the necks of christians"
So what if it has ... how is this a bad thing?
James Manning threatening the president (and committing treason to boot): "If we let Obama live, America dies"
And why is this nutcase not behind bars or in front of a firing squad?
Mitch McConnell (reptile - Kentucky) is still lying saying health care reform "may cost you your life"
He is such a moron there is no need to elaborate.
Alan Keyes keeps up his delusinal lies saying the Obama administration is preparing to stage terror attacks, declare martial law and cancel the 2012 elections
Why does that book by Harriet Beecher Stowe come to mind anytime I see something about this idiot?
Jebby Boy (the shrub's kid bro) (retard - Florida) lies saying Obama is trying to "attack capitalism"
That was big brudda what done that, there, Jebby.
Faux News is 'asking' one of their 'polls' again, this time: "Do you think the Taliban wants victory more than Obama?"
A 'poll' by Faux News - enough said.
Lou Dobbs lying yet again saying Senator Harry Reid (Democrat - Nevada) is "extraordinarily dangerous"
Extraordinarily inept, maybe. Dangerous, not so much.
Michelle Bachmann (Bat-Shit Crazy - Minnesota) in her delusion lies saying "This is our liberty and tyranny moment"
Is she still talking?
The repugicans will, of course, never allow this to pass, since it would make voting easy and they greatly prefer that voting be something just difficult and complicated enough to discourage people who don't have spare time for trips to the voting office, who tend to be folks better educated or simply less white than their average repugican voter.
Your email is routed through internet service providers (ISPs), so all that's necessary to Judge Mosman's mind is a search warrant served on the ISP — the sender and recipient are irrelevant.
You're probably thinking that this is absurd and unconstitutional, because, it is.
Three N.C. residents face forgery charges after deputies say they used dozens of counterfeit $20 bills at Carowinds Saturday.
The three were arrested Saturday after witnesses identified them as using fake $20 bills at the amusement park's games that day, according to a York County Sheriff's Office Report.
Sharod Mitchell, 19, of Forest City; Arthiando Phillips, 21, of Shelby and Sarah Colon, 19, of Cherryville have each been charged with forgery and criminal conspiracy, sheriff's office documents show. All three remained in custody Sunday at the Moss Justice Center.
Deputies found $1,175 on the trio - much of it folded separately in sets of $15 to $19 as though it was change from a small purchase with a $20 bill, the report says.
Carowinds security had 37 fake $20 bills that had been spent at the park that day, and park officials expect there may be more.
A park employee noticed that the money looked odd and notified security, Carowinds spokeswoman Dani Swords said.
Security then tracked the trio through the park before calling police, Swords said.
"This is not something that happens often," Swords said. "We're happy an associate was (able) to detect it. ... We're glad we're able to catch people doing the wrong thing."
All three denied involvement in a scheme involving fake money, according to the report.
Two of the original bills that had been duplicated were among the found cash, the report says. Deputies also found evidence in Colon's car in the parking lot.
All three have been banned from Carowinds.
Now, trying to pass bogus bills is really stupid to begin with ... but at an amusement park?
Beefeaters suspended for bullying
The story of the first woman to serve at the Tower of London was supposed to be an inspiring one.
If AP is saying that the future of moderates in the GOP is uncertain, then that theme has struck a chord in the media, and will only make them more likely to write such stories in the future.
About time the media caught on to what we've known for a long time.
Only it is not uncertain - it is no future.
Officers are looking for Marcos Chavez Gonzalez, 29 in connection to the shooting. They believe he is still armed with an assault rifle used in the shootings.
Four people died after the suspect opened fire in the parking lot of Woods TV on Sunday afternoon.
Deforestation left nothing to hinder ancient flood-waters on the desert plain, researchers find.
The once-flourishing Nazca civilization fell into oblivion after it began clearing forests.
It’s true what they say. Sometimes, a picture really is worth a thousand words.
Especially when those pictures are drawn by Robert Crumb.
And especially when those words come from the Bible. [...]
Of course I’ve read Genesis. More than once. It’s been a little while since I’ve read the whole thing all the way through, but it’s not like it’s unfamiliar. But there’s something about seeing the story fleshed out in images to make some of its more striking narrative turns leap out and grab your brain by the root. There’s nothing quite like seeing the two different creation stories enacted on the page to make you go, “Hey! That’s right! Two completely different creation stories!” There’s nothing quite like seeing Lot offer his daughters to be gang-raped to make you recoil in shock and moral horror. There’s nothing quite like seeing the crazed dread and burning determination in Abraham’s eyes as he prepares the sacrifice of his own son to make you feel the enormity of this act. Reading these stories in words conveys the ideas; seeing them in images conveys the visceral impact. It makes it all seem vividly, immediately, humanly real. [...]
And so, when it came to illustrating the freakier and more unsettling aspects of the narrative, he pulled no punches. The multiple marriages, the concubines, the brutal wars, the enslavements, Jacob extorting Esau out of his birthright, Abraham lying to the Pharaoh and saying that his wife was his sister, Noah’s Lot’s daughters getting him drunk and screwing him, the deliberate deception and massacre of an entire town, Joseph taking advantage of famine and drought to seize the wealth of an entire region… it’s all here, fleshed out in blood and sweat and tears, in vivid, unforgettable, often nightmarish detail. It’s really hard to see all that, and still see this book as a divinely inspired guide to living an ethical life. It’s really hard to see all that, and see this book as anything other than a story of survival and conquest in a brutal and bloody period of human history.
The comedy troupe is none-to-happy.
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
London, England, United Kingdom
Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands
Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Kuwait, Al Kuwayt, Kuwait
Grindsted, Ribe, Denmark
Stoke On Trent, England, United Kingdom
Madrid, Madrid, Spain
Frankfurt, Hessen, Germany
Haarlem, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Oradea, Bihor, Romania
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Glastonbury, England, United Kingdom
It's an excellent day to lead people to new places in their lives.
You're feeling restless today -- you have been good long enough, and you are itching to break out and run.
This could be the start of a long phase when you'll want to test your boundaries and see just how far you can push things.
The good news is your irreverence will help give other people a reason to rebel and make changes for the better.