Sarah Palin will pry your Klondike bar from your cold dead fingers.

calendar   Saturday - July 29, 2006

Saturday Silliness



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/29/2006 at 05:40 AM   
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calendar   Friday - July 28, 2006

Quittin’ Time!

It’s Friday. It’s 5:00. You survived another week at work.
Now get the heck out of there and go find a party.

Domo ahrigato, Mister Roboto.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 05:02 PM   
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Through The Looking Glass

“Storm Tracking Map”

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In the 28 years since 1978, the UNIFIL “peacekeeping” force deployed in Southern Lebanon has managed to maintain approximately zero amount of peace. The only good thing they accomplished was to draw a pretty map. Now you can use this treasured artifact as your very own Storm Tracking Map. Now you can follow the action when the Lamestream Media talks about “Bint Jubayl” and “Haddatha”, names that would tax anyone’s brain. Click on the image above to get your very own king-size (1024x807) tracking map. Now you can know precisely where everything is ... except UNIFIL. They departed Lebanon today. Adios.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 02:34 PM   
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Glowball Warming: The Good News

Just to prove there is good news inside the evil Glowball Warming Conspiracy, the UK’s GUARDIAN is pleased to announce that due to the high heat expected along the Mediterranean shore of Europe, more Euro-Weenies will be coming to Britain for the cooler weather. The bad news: Blackpool will now be completely covered with obnoxious Frogs. The invasion is coming ....

imageimageClimate Change Could Bring Tourists To UK
(GUARDIAN-UK) - Friday, July 28, 2006

Climate change could “dramatically” change the face of British tourism in the next 20 years, with European tourists flocking to the UK to escape unbearably hot continental summers, experts say. Research shows that European tourists may choose to holiday in Britain as resorts nearer to home become too hot.

Weather changes may provide revival opportunities for northern seaside towns such as Blackpool and put new strains on roads and development in southern coastal resorts, a study in the Journal of Sustainable Tourism said. Academic David Viner, a researcher at the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit in Norwich, produced the report after analysing the work of experts around the globe.

“The likelihood [is] that Mediterranean summers may be too hot for tourists after 2020, as a result of too much heat and water shortages,” the study said. There were “opportunities for the revival of northern European resorts, including Blackpool, in the next 20 years, as climate change and rising transport costs offer new holiday opportunities,” it said.

The study added: “Climate change will impact on many holiday destinations. For many this will be problematic, for others it will produce benefits.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 01:20 PM   
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Media Morons, Parts I And II

Part I: I think we can safely surmise, based on the report below from the NY SLIMES, that the editors there are going to need a change of underwear. I sense an overwhelming sense of satisfaction in the wording. They’re probably dancing in the corridors up there by now. The SLIMES has done everything in its power to interfere, obstruct and spin the war to suit their Leftist readers.

I particularly noticed the part below about “an outpouring of newspaper columns, cartoons, blogs and public poetry readings (?) have showered praise on Hezbollah”. I’m sorry. I just don’t see it. I cruise both sides of the blogosphere aisle and I have yet to see that kind of madness. Perhaps the SLIMES is looking at the wrong blog sites? We already know that if they’re reading their own articles they’re reading the wrong newspaper. And what does “poetry reading” have to do with any aspect of this war ... unless they’re referring to “Ode To Flat Rachel” which I’m currently working on ... but I can’t seem to find a word that rhymes with “caterpiller”.

imageimageTide of Arab Opinion Turns to Support for Hezbollah
(NEW YORK TIMES) - DAMASCUS, Syria - July 28, 2006

At the onset of the Lebanese crisis, Arab governments, starting with Saudi Arabia, slammed Hezbollah for recklessly provoking a war, providing what the United States and Israel took as a wink and a nod to continue the fight.

Now, with hundreds of Lebanese dead and Hezbollah holding out against the vaunted Israeli military for more than two weeks, the tide of public opinion across the Arab world is surging behind the organization, transforming the Shiite group’s leader, Sheik Hassan Nasrallah, into a folk hero and forcing a change in official statements.

The Saudi royal family and King Abdullah II of Jordan, who were initially more worried about the rising power of Shiite Iran, Hezbollah’s main sponsor, are scrambling to distance themselves from Washington.

An outpouring of newspaper columns, cartoons, blogs and public poetry readings have showered praise on Hezbollah while attacking the United States and Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice for trumpeting American plans for a “new Middle East” that they say has led only to violence and repression.

Even Al Qaeda, run by violent Sunni Muslim extremists normally hostile to all Shiites, has gotten into the act, with its deputy leader, Ayman al-Zawahri, releasing a taped message saying that through its fighting in Iraq, his organization was also trying to liberate Palestine.

Mouin Rabbani, a senior Middle East analyst in Amman, Jordan, with the International Crisis Group, said, “The Arab-Israeli conflict remains the most potent issue in this part of the world.”

Distinctive changes in tone are audible throughout the Sunni world. This week, President Hosni Mubarak of Egypt emphasized his attempts to arrange a cease-fire to protect all sects in Lebanon, while the Jordanian king announced that his country was dispatching medical teams “for the victims of Israeli aggression.” Both countries have peace treaties with Israel.

The Saudi royal court has issued a dire warning that its 2002 peace plan — offering Israel full recognition by all Arab states in exchange for returning to the borders that predated the 1967 Arab-Israeli war — could well perish.

“If the peace option is rejected due to the Israeli arrogance,” it said, “then only the war option remains, and no one knows the repercussions befalling the region, including wars and conflict that will spare no one, including those whose military power is now tempting them to play with fire.”

- More drivel at NY SLIMES ...

Part II: meanwhile over at NEWSWEAK, columnist Christopher Dickey (what’s in a name, eh?) is already reading the eulogy for Israel and declaring Hezbollah the winner. The man must assume he is psychic. Like all the other Liberal journalists at NEWSWEAK, he can’t understand why Israel is “fighting fair” by warning civilians before attacks and not rendering the whole area a wasteland.

He, along with his seemingly anti-semitic friends, put pressure on the Israelis to fight with one hand tied behind their backs while praising Hezbollah for putting up such a “valiant fight.” Of course, the opportunity must also not be missed to blame Bush for this whole mess. Typical.

imageimageLet It Bleed
Leaders at the Rome summit on the Mideast are
ignoring the real bottom line: Hizbullah is winning.

By Christopher Dickey
(NEWSWEEK) - 2:57 p.m. CT July 26, 2006

Worthy-sounding meetings of ministers, like the International Conference for Lebanon held in Rome today, rarely get very much done. The participants here were high-powered, to be sure: U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan, the prime minister of the country in question, Fouad Siniora, plus a slew of Europeans and Arabs (but no Israelis or Hizbullahis). Instigated by Washington, it was all for show.
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The assembled dignitaries expressed their “determination to work immediately to reach with the utmost urgency a ceasefire” in the war that started two weeks ago today when the Hizbullah militia crossed the border to capture two Israeli soldiers, and Israel responded with a massive counterattack the length and breadth of Lebanon. But, at American insistence, the ceasefire would have to be one that’s “lasting, permanent and sustainable.” Which means the flames searing Lebanon, threatening Israel and endangering the most volatile region in the world will go on for weeks, if not months, to come. The consolation prize: a promise of “immediate humanitarian aid.”

Imagine, if you will, that arsonists have set your apartment block on fire. You call 911 and plead for help. The dispatcher tells you of her “determination to work immediately with the utmost urgency” to douse the flames, but only if plans can be agreed on for the new building to be erected when the decrepit old one has gone up in smoke. She’s stalling, hoping the arsonists will be eliminated by the conflagration. And she’s got a great vision for the way that block should look some day. That’s what counts. Not your furniture, or for that matter, your family inside … No wonder Siniora looked distraught as the conference closed.

But as irrational as the politicians who make policy may be, the professionals in their entourages often understand reality quite well. And in the corridors of today’s conference I met several men and women who, on background or off the record (meaning they were afraid of losing their jobs if caught talking too frankly) laid out a picture of the situation in the Middle East right now that was convincing, frightening, and seems to have escaped the notice of Dispatcher Rice altogether.

The bottom line: Hizbullah is winning. That’s the hideous truth about the direction this war is taking, not in spite of the way the Israelis have waged their counterattack, but precisely because of it. As my source Mr. Frankly put it, “Hizbullah is eating their lunch.”

- More negative vibes at NEWSWEAK ...


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 10:29 AM   
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Democratic Party Lunacy, Parts I and II

Part I: you know it’s going to be a bad day and the lunatics are loose in the asylum when Democrats in Congress accuse UN Ambassador John Bolton of being “ineffective” and “divisive” ... which pretty much describes the UN and Democrats - in that order.

How in the world these pompous potato-heads can call Bolton “divisive” and maintain a straight face eludes me. They themselves have done more to divide this country than we have seen since Republicans in 1860. I expect Massachusetts to secede from the Union any day now.

And to call someone working at the UN “ineffective” seems to me to be kind of redundant in a spectacular display of irony. The Donks have lost it - completely. They need to fall back and regroup ... or better yet, just disappear.

imageimageDemocrats Criticize Bolton as Ineffective
At Hearing on Extending His Term, Republicans Defend U.N. Ambassador
(WASHINGTON POST) - Friday, July 28, 2006

Senate Democrats unleashed a sharp volley of criticism of President Bush’s foreign policy yesterday, arguing that John R. Bolton has done more harm than good as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations and does not deserve an extended term. If Bolton’s style were less divisive, they said, he might have achieved more reforms at the United Nations and tougher sanctions against Hezbollah and North Korea.

But Republicans defended Bolton and the administration and said it would be unwise to change ambassadors when the Middle East is in crisis and Iran and North Korea are threatening nuclear advances. Democrats said it was unclear whether they would try to filibuster Bolton’s nomination this fall, as they successfully did last year.

Bush angered Democrats last August by giving Bolton a “recess appointment” to the U.N. post after the Senate twice failed to muster the 60 votes needed to end debate on his nomination. The appointment will expire by December, and Bush is asking the Senate to confirm Bolton for the rest of his term, saying the outspoken ambassador has proved his effectiveness.

Several Democrats hotly disputed that claim at yesterday’s hearing before the Foreign Relations Committee. “My objection isn’t that he’s a bully, but that he’s been an ineffective bully and can’t win the day when it comes, when it really counts,” said Sen. Christopher J. Dodd (D-Conn.), who led last year’s opposition.

Sen. Joseph R. Biden Jr. (Del.), the panel’s top Democrat, said, “At the moment of the greatest need for diplomacy in recent history, we are not particularly effective at it.”

- More of this idiocy at WAPO ...

Part II: bless her black, evil little heart. nancy Pelosi and her travelling companions are now carrying the water for Al Bore. They’re gonna stop glowball warming all by themselves by passing a law “mandating” greenhouse gas levels. I swear, these fools literally crack me up some days. They come up with these wild ideas and try to convince the rest of us that passing a law and grabbing money from oil companies will solve all our imaginery climate problems.

Don’t even bother to ask Nancy why she and her friends refuse to pass legislation to build more nuclear power plants which would reduce emissions tremendously by taking our current farm of coal and gas-fired power plants offline. All you’ll get is a spew of lunacy for your effort. And they wonder why no one votes for them anymore except losers and loons?

imageimageDemocrats Push Bill to ‘Stop Global Warming’
(CNS NEWS) - July 26, 2006

In the middle of a summertime heat wave, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi announced on Tuesday that she is co-sponsoring legislation intended to stop global warming. H.R. 5642, the Safe Climate Act of 2006, was introduced by Rep. Henry Waxman of California and more than 30 other House Democrats. According to a posting on Waxman’s website, the bill would freeze U.S. greenhouse gas emissions in 2010, at 2009 levels.

Beginning in 2011, it would cut emissions by roughly two percent a year, supposedly reaching 1990 emissions levels by 2020. After 2020, it would cut emissions by roughly five percent a year. By 2050, greenhouse gas emissions are supposed to be 80 percent lower than they were in 1990. The bill allows for a cap-and-trade program, in which the biggest polluters would be allowed to meet emission targets by buying and selling emission allowances.

Proceeds from the sale of allowances would be deposited in a “Climate Reinvestment Fund,” which would support technology research and development, compensate consumers for any energy cost increases, and protect against harm from climate change by “safeguarding water supplies, protecting against hurricanes, and mitigating harm to fish and wildlife habitat.”

Pelosi, in a press release announcing her support for the bill, accused the Bush administration and Republican congressional leaders of being “willing partners” in a conspiracy to lie about global warming—and to discredit scientists who speak against it.

“For decades, Big Oil and other polluting industries have undermined and obstructed the voices of scientists on global warming, just as Big Tobacco did for so many years on the issue of cigarettes, spreading doubt in the minds of Americans,” Pelosi said. “But the scientific evidence of global warming is overwhelming.”

“The Arctic ice is melting, and Greenland’s massive icecap is liquefying with unexpected speed. The oceans are warming, potentially generating stronger hurricanes, and becoming more acidic, threatening the building blocks of the marine food chain. The current heat waves across the United States and Europe, and the wildfires in the West, may be an unpleasant taste of what is to come.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 09:50 AM   
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Keep The Penny


(USA TODAY) - July 11, 2006 - Because of the soaring price of zinc, it now costs nearly a penny-and-a-half to produce a penny. If the U.S. Mint were a for-profit business, the next step would be pretty automatic — it would shut down penny production or quickly reduce the penny’s cost by changing its content. The Mint, however, has the luxury of considering what is best for the country as a whole in making such a momentous decision.

What is in the interest of the nation? It should discontinue minting the dear old penny.

In fact, economists of all political stripes have concluded it’s time to get rid of the penny even if the Mint could make it at zero cost. On the left, Princeton’s Paul Krugman puts it this way in the introductory textbook he co-authored, Economics: With average wages now at $17 per hour, a penny is “equivalent to just over two seconds of work — and so it’s not worth the opportunity cost of the time it takes to worry about a penny more or less.” The rising value of our time “has turned a penny from a useful coin into a nuisance.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/28/2006 at 12:34 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - July 27, 2006

Child Protection Act Passed

Congress passed the Child Protection Act this week (finally!). Here is the statement from Attorney General Alberto Gonzales:

“America’s children will be better protected from every parent’s worst nightmare—sexual predators—thanks to passage of the Adam Walsh Child Protection and Safety Act of 2006. I applaud both the House and Senate—and in particular the leadership of Chairman Specter in the Senate and Chairman Sensenbrenner in the House—for passing this comprehensive bill, which includes provisions proposed by the Department of Justice. The protection of our Nation’s children has been, and will continue to be, one of the Department’s highest priorities, and we believe this bill will help us do our job even better.”

The really interesting thing about this act is the last item in the act. I wasn’t even aware this practice was going on. Porn sites had better take note:

(a) Whoever knowingly uses a misleading domain name on the Internet with the intent to deceive a person into viewing material constituting obscenity shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 2 years, or both.

(b) Whoever knowingly uses a misleading domain name on the Internet with the intent to deceive a minor into viewing material that is harmful to minors on the Internet shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than 4 years, or both.

(c) For the purposes of this section, a domain name that includes a word or words to indicate the sexual content of the site, such as “sex” or “porn”, is not misleading.

(d) For the purposes of this section, the term “material that is harmful to minors” means any communication, consisting of nudity, sex, or excretion, that, taken as a whole and with reference to its context-

(1) predominantly appeals to a prurient interest of minors;

(2) is patently offensive to prevailing standards in the adult community as a whole with respect to what is suitable material for minors; and

(3) lacks serious literary, artistic, political, or scientific value for minors.

(e) For the purposes of subsection (d), the term “sex” means acts of masturbation, sexual intercourse, or physcial [1] contact with a person’s genitals, or the condition of human male or female genitals when in a state of sexual stimulation or arousal.

So the pedophiles and porn merchants have been playing fast and loose with search engines to lure kids to their crap? I hope the feds actually enforce this part of the law. You all know how I feel about pedophiles. Filthy scum. I’ll be keeping an eye on this.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 04:21 PM   
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Random Thoughts



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 11:06 AM   
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Follow The Money

$99.3 billion in total revenue. $10.36 billion was profit. $4.9 billion spent on exploration. $7.9 billion sent to stockholders. In just the second quarter. That’s three months for the calendericly-challenged out there. That means Exxon will receive around $400 billion in revenue this year. That’s about what it costs to fund the entire US military.

I don’t object to a company making money and generating a profit. In fact, I do it myself as an individual who works for a living. I do it on a much smaller scale than Exxon. Regrettably.

These numbers above are almost too large to comprehend - unless you compare it to the federal budget which weighs in at a hefty $2.7 TRILLION. Now you’re talking real money. The way I figure it, between the Feds, Exxon, Bill Gates and the Walton family, all the money in the world is wrapped up.

And we’re paying $3 for a gallon of gas. In Britain, Exxon charges $6 per gallon. Excuse me but after looking at these numbers I have a bad case of gas that I need to pass ... to Exxon. I’m sure they deserve it.

imageimageExxon Mobil 2Q Profit Jumps 36 Percent
DALLAS (AP) - Jul 27 9:29 AM US/Eastern

Exxon Mobil Corp. said Thursday it earned $10.36 billion in the second quarter, the second largest quarterly profit ever recorded by a publicly traded U.S. company. The earnings figure was 36 percent above the profit it reported a year ago.

High oil prices helped boost the company’s revenue by 12 percent to a level just short of a quarterly record.

Exxon Mobil’s report comes a day after another large U.S. oil company, ConocoPhillips, said it earned more than $5 billion in the quarter and at a time when many drivers in the U.S. are paying $3 for a gallon of gas _ increasing the likelihood of further political backlash in Washington.

Exxon Mobil, the world’s largest oil company by market capitalization, said earnings amounted to $1.72 per share in the April-June quarter compared with a profit of $7.64 billion, or $1.20 per share, a year ago. The results topped Wall Street expectations but came in behind Exxon Mobil’s record profit of $10.71 billion set in the fourth quarter of 2005. Analysts polled by Thomson Financial expected the company to earn $1.64 per share.

Revenue rose to $99.03 billion from $88.57 billion in the prior-year quarter. That was short of Exxon Mobil’s record third-quarter revenue of $100.72 billion _ which also stands as record revenue generated by any U.S. public company ever in a single quarter. Its shares rose 85 cents to $67.45 in premarket trading. That would top its 52-week high of $67.18.

Exxon Mobil said it spent $4.9 billion on capital and exploration projects during the quarter, up 8 percent from a year ago, while distributing $7.9 billion to shareholders in the form of dividends and share repurchases. Congress has been urging the big oil companies to put more of their profits toward boosting the supply of energy for consumers.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 10:14 AM   
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Dry Heat

98 degrees in St. Louis yesterday? Horse feathers! Both temperature gauges, the one on my patio and the one in my Jeep, read 103 degrees when I checked around noon. The bad news is 55,000 homes were still without power here in St. Louis nine days after the storm that knocked power out on July 19. There have been nine heat-related deaths in the last week and a half here.

Ameren promises to have power back on to everyone today or tomorrow. Considering there were half a million without power (including yours truly) right after the storm, I figure they’ve done a fairly decent job of getting us all cooled down. Temps across the rest of the nation aren’t much better. Drink lots of water, stay indoors or in the shade if possible and don’t overly exert yourself during mid-day hours.

Just in case you’re feeling sorry for yourself, take note: today’s forecast for Baghdad is 119 degrees. It’s even hotter if you’re hoofing it, out on patrol in Injun Country. By the way ... the cartoon below the weather map is not funny ....


Cameron (Cam) Cardow - The Ottawa Citizen


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 05:15 AM   
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It never rains but it pours. Hugo “Fidel” Chavez is on a roll, sucking up to the Arabs one week and dropping billions on the Russians to buy arms the next week. Like “Mini-me”, he is posturing and strutting on Dr. Evil’s leash.

Meanwhile, back here in America, Howard Dean is in Florida calling everybody names, spitting and screaming ... and then saying he wants to end divisiveness. Where is Fook Mi? I need to talk to her ...

Michael Ramirez - Investors Business Daily

Chavez To Boost Russian Arms Orders To $3 billion
Thu Jul 27, 2006 4:00am ET139

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will sign deals on Thursday for fighters, missiles and guns worth $3 billion during his visit to Russia, defying a U.S. arms blockade, a newspaper reported.

Chavez, set to cement ties with Russia at a Kremlin meeting with President Vladimir Putin, has hailed Russia for defying pleas from the United States to reconsider the sales.

Venezuela, the world’s No.5 oil exporter, was expected to sign arms deals worth about $1 billion with Russia. But Sergei Chemezov, head of Russian state arms trader Rosoboronexport, said Venezuela would finalize deals worth $3 billion, the Vedomosti business daily reported.

On top of an expected deal to buy at least 24 Russian Sukhoi-30 jets to replace Venezuela’s U.S. F-16s, Venezuela will buy helicopters, surface-to-air missiles and possibly even a submarine, Vedomosti said, citing Russian defense sources.

Washington has banned U.S. arms manufacturers from selling to Chavez. The United States says the populist leader, who proclaims socialist ideals to unite South America against U.S. influence, is destabilizing the region.

U.S. officials said they hoped to talk Russia out of the arms deals. But senior Kremlin officials say they see no reason to take advice from the United States.

- More on the story here ...

(Note: If you didn’t get the reference to “Fook Mi” above, then go watch “Austin Powers: Goldmember”. All will be explained.)


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 04:42 AM   
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Wake-Up Call




The space-time continuum
has collapsed!

The monkey sees everything!

Maximum underdrive!



Posted by Dan Rather   United States  on 07/27/2006 at 04:10 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - July 26, 2006

Ban the Sun

Sun kills 60,000 a year, WHO says

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As many as 60,000 people a year die from too much sun, mostly from malignant skin cancer, the World Health Organization reported on Wednesday.

It found that 48,000 deaths every year are caused by malignant melanomas, and 12,000 by other kinds of skin cancer. About 90 percent of such cancers are caused by ultraviolet light from the sun.

Radiation from the sun also causes often serious sunburn, skin aging, eye cataracts, pterygium—a fleshy growth on the surface of the eye, cold sores and other ills, according to the report, the first to detail the global effects of sun exposure.

Whitey is hurt most

“A person’s skin type is also important. Fair skinned people suffer from sunburn much more readily than dark-skinned people,” WHO said in a statement.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/26/2006 at 03:48 PM   
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Not that very many people ever read this far down, but this blog was the creation of Allan Kelly and his friend Vilmar. Vilmar moved on to his own blog some time ago, and Allan ran this place alone until his sudden and unexpected death partway through 2006. We all miss him. A lot. Even though he is gone this site will always still be more than a little bit his. We who are left to carry on the BMEWS tradition owe him a great debt of gratitude, and we hope to be able to pay that back by following his last advice to us all:
  1. Keep a firm grasp of Right and Wrong
  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
  3. Use every legal means to defend yourself in the event of real internal trouble, and, most importantly:
  4. Keep talking to each other, whether here or elsewhere
It's been a long strange trip without you Skipper, but thanks for pointing us in the right direction and giving us a swift kick in the behind to get us going. Keep lookin' down on us, will ya? Thanks.


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