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calendar   Friday - December 22, 2006


Liberals love the environment. Liberals want alternative sources of energy. Liberals are also hypocrites. Especially Liberals like Teddy “Lifeguard” Kennedy. This story has been brewing for ages and the MSM refuses to breathe a word of it. They’re probably afraid that if they do the Senate Blowhard will invite them to go for a ride along the seashore.

Ted Kennedy Fails to Block Wind Farm
(NEWSMAX) - Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2006 3:12 p.m. EST

imageimageMassachusetts’ highest court has upheld a decision facilitating construction of an environmentally friendly “wind farm” that Sen. Ted Kennedy had opposed.

The decision on Monday allows construction of 18-mile-long transmission lines to bring electricity from the Cape Wind project – a collection of energy-producing wind turbines – to shore.

The Supreme Judicial Court affirmed a May 2005 decision by the state Energy Facilities Siting Board that was challenged by a group opposing the Cape Wind project, Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound. If it receives needed federal approval, Cape Wind would become the nation’s first offshore wind farm.

The developer seeks to construct two 115-kilovolt lines to transmit electricity generated by 130 wind turbines in federal waters in Nantucket Sound. The lines would pass beneath state waters before reaching shore at Yarmouth and continuing underground to a switching station in Barnstable.

Cape Wind touts its project as a safe, clean way to create renewable energy. Kennedy had lobbied for a provision giving Gov. Mitt Romney veto power over the Cape Wind project.

In his book “Do As I Say (Not As I Do): Profiles in Liberal Hypocrisy,” author Peter Schweizer disclosed that Kennedy opposed the Cape Wind project because “the wind turbines would be built in Nantucket Sound, about six miles off the coast from the Kennedy compound in Hyannis.

“The problem was not aesthetic; the Kennedys wouldn’t be able to actually see the turbines from their home. Instead Robert Kennedy Jr., who had been beating the drum for alternative sources of energy for more than a decade, complained that the project would be built in one of the family’s favorite sailing and yachting areas.”

As NewsMax reported in May, Kennedy supported a proposal to build another wind farm – in somebody else’s “backyard.” A Boston contractor submitted plans to construct an offshore complex of 90 to 120 wind turbine towers near Naushon Island and the towns of Dartmouth and Fairhaven.

While the Cape Wind project Kennedy opposed would be “in view of some of the wealthiest communities in Massachusetts’ Cape Cod,” according to CNN and Reuters, the other proposal was for a “project in view of more working-class areas.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/22/2006 at 02:08 PM   
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Gary Varvel - The Indianapolis Star-News


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/22/2006 at 09:33 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - December 21, 2006

Through The Looking Glass

Watch this video! Then imagine doing it at night ... in a thunderstorm ... after being shot at for several hours. We ain’t paying these guys enough for this.

“Carrier Landing”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 10:06 PM   
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Most Depressing News Of The Week

Britannia sinks further and further beneath the waves ... of fast-breeding followers of the Prophet For Profit. It is a modern day version of the blitz and the invaders have already stormed ashore (or driven through the bloody Chunnel). The welfare state gives them a home, a car and money to spend on bomb-making materials. The sun has sunk at last on the British Empire. God save the Sheikh.

imageimageMohammed Most Popular Name In UK
(NEWSMAX) - Thursday, Dec. 21, 2006 10:07 a.m. EST

Mohammed and its alternate spelling Muhammad have overtaken such stalwart monikers as George and Joseph on the list of the most popular name for boys born in England and Wales.

There have been 2,833 babies named Mohammed born so far this year, and 1,422 named Muhammad, for a total of 4,255 – compared to 3,386 Georges and 3,755 Josephs, the Telegraph reports.

The popularity of the Prophet’s name reflects “the diverse ethnic mix of the population,” according to the Telegraph. The name Mohammed alone is more popular than Henry, Edward, Michael, Adam and Charles. Jack has been the top boy’s name for 12 years. Olivia is the top girl’s name this year.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 08:57 PM   
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Christmas Gift Idea #4

If you want to spread the love this Christmas, why not make three animals happy all at once: yourself, your kid and a cute dog like Jack, pictured below. Jack is on death row at the Missouri Humane Society. He is losing his foster home and the governor refuses to commute his sentence. Even worse, the Supreme Court doesn’t know Jack! How can you sit there and let the dog pound just write Jack off?

Seriously, millions of pets like Jack are put to sleep every year because no one will adopt them and they have exhausted all appeals. They will walk the Green Mile and are sent to pet heaven. That just ain’t right, not when you need someone to take you on walks in the evenings or your son needs a bud to hang with when you’re too busy playing golf.

You can pick up one of these critters for $200 or less, depending on age and medical care given before adoption. Most pets from the Humane Society come with all their shots and are spayed/neutered already. It’s a small price to pay for undivided loyalty and unconditional love. Where else are you going to get that for such a small price nowadays?



Breed:  Beagle / Jack Russell Terrier Mix
Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
Color: White - With Tan, Yellow Or Fawn
Sex: Male
Age: Adult
Adoption Fee: $75

Jack is losing his foster home and is in desperate need of a permanent home or a foster home...he’s running out of time! Jack is a neutered male Beagle/Jack Russell Terrier mix and is about 3 years old.

This poor boy was in a gassing shelter and had run out of time. We just couldn’t let him be put down! He’s cute as a bug and would love to have a home of his own. Fenced yard required as he loves to run and play! He is in a foster home right now but needs a home as soon as possible.

Jack needs a home without other dogs if possible. He’d love to get all the attention for himself! When he’s happy, he smiles! Just too cute! He has been neutered and fully vetted. Adoption fee is $75 and includes vaccinations, heartworm test, heartworm preventative and neuter. If you are interested in adopting this cutie, please fill out an adoption application at


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 08:25 PM   
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A C----mas Story

Once upon a time, there was a man and a woman who were forced to leave their home and report to the government for payment of taxes and census. The woman was with child and their journey was long and arduous along the dusty roads. They stopped for the night in a little town and inquired about vacancies at the local hotel. They were told there were none due to a convention of camel salesmen who were in town but they could spend the night with the animals in the stable out back.

There they bedded down for the night, not knowing that the government wanted to kill their unborn child who was destined to bring a message from God to all mankind of peace and love. The government feared the child and the power he would one day have - more power than the government itself. After the child was born the three of them had to flee to another land for a time to escape the government that was bent on their destruction.

Not much has changed in 2000 years ... except nowadays the Pharisees are known as the Politically Correct Police. Amen.

Nativity Scene Rejected at Washington State Capitol
OLYMPIA, Wash. - December 21, 2006, 10:05 AM EST

imageimageThe state’s Christmas tree controversy has shifted from the airport to the Capitol, where the governor lit a menorah this week, but officials rejected a Nativity scene. It all started earlier this month with the plastic holiday trees at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.

A rabbi wanted to add a large menorah to the display, but airport officials, worried about lawsuits and requests from other religions, ordered the trees removed instead. They put the trees back up a few days later—without a menorah—after Rabbi Elazar Bogomilsky of Chabad Lubavitch in Seattle said he wouldn’t sue.

Bogomilsky had made the same request last year for a menorah to go with the decorated trees at the state Capitol, and he said he was delighted Monday afternoon when Gov. Chris Gregoire lit a menorah, the candelabrum lit by Jews to celebrate Hanukkah.

But when Ron Wesselius, a real estate agent in Olympia, then proposed also adding a creche, a display depicting the birth of Jesus that is the religious basis for Christmas, he was turned down.

“I had been thinking about it, but it’s one of those things—you don’t want to create waves,” Wesselius said Wednesday. “But when I saw the menorah was there, I thought, ‘Hey, why don’t I ask?’” He said he was surprised at the response.

Steve Valandra, a spokesman for the Department of General Administration, said officials were concerned that in comparison with a tree or menorah, a Nativity scene might carry a stronger impression of government endorsement of religion. Lawyers for the state felt there was insufficient time to fully research the issue, he said.

“Based on that, without having more time, we had to say no,” Valandra said. Wesselius said he hadn’t decided whether to press state officials to change their minds.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 05:47 PM   
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Musical Interlude

Normally, I don’t like hip-hop or rap music but this one has reasonably decent music behind the lyrics and a message that CAIR and the lunatic ragheads will just love (NOT!). I haven’t posted anything from YouTube in weeks so somebody must think I need to catch up. I have received five requests in the last few days to post this so ... here goes. Clap yo’ hands and sing along ....

“Open Season” - Stuck Mojo


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 05:24 PM   
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Cat Fight

The Ugly Lesbian vs. The Obnoxious Toupee. Sounds like something Vince McMahon might dream up for a WWE Smackdown event. Which is what I wish I could do to both of these idiots. Smack them down, that is.

I hate these celebrity catfights like this because I just don’t know who to root for. I really, really wish they both could lose. I guess though, if I were forced to choose, I’d have to go with “The Donald”. Why? Because he’s better looking than The Rosinater.

Rosie’s belligerent attitude has always been a big turn-off for me (plus she is just plain out FUGLY). Sure, Donald is way too full of himself but Rosie? Rosie is full of something else. Take three guesses ....

Rosie Slams Trump, The Donald Fires Back

imageimageRosie O’Donnell had some fiery words for Donald Trump on The View Wednesday morning, calling him a “snake-oil salesman” following his announcement that he would not fire troubled Miss USA Tara Conner.

After hearing about her comments, Trump fired back to PEOPLE, calling her “a woman out of control” and saying he planned to sue O’Donnell over her statements questioning his financial well-being.

“You can’t make false statements,” Trump tells PEOPLE exclusively. “Rosie will rue the words she said. I’ll most likely sue her for making those false statements – and it’ll be fun. Rosie’s a loser. A real loser. I look forward to taking lots of money from my nice fat little Rosie.”

The battle began on Wednesday’s show, when a peeved O’Donnell said: “(He) left the first wife – had an affair. (He) had kids both times, but he’s the moral compass for 20-year-olds in America. Donald, sit and spin, my friend.”

O’Donnell, who impersonated Trump by deepening her voice and flipping her hair to one side, aimed her criticism at his comment from the Tuesday press conference that, “I’ve always been a believer in second chances. Tara is good person. Tara has tried hard. Tara is going to be given a second chance.”

Conner, who just turned 21, will go to rehab but keep her crown, following reports of alleged drug and alcohol abuse. A grateful Conner apologized for her behavior at the press conference, and she thanked Trump for his compassion.

But O’Donnell was not as touched. After repeatedly saying she “didn’t enjoy him,” Rosie discussed Trump’s finances – saying he went bankrupt, which Trump denies – and likened him to the “snake-oil salesman on Little House On The Prairie. This is not a self-made man,” O’Donnell said.

And while O’Donnell and her View co-hosts discussed Conner’s alleged drug and alcohol abuse, Rosie was dismissive, saying, “She went out and she was partying – doing what Paris and Lindsay do.”

She also turned her wrath toward the Miss USA organization itself. “Miss America is the prestige,” she said. “Miss USA is a different thing. It’s basically a model competition. Let’s be realistic.”

Trump’s response? “She talked about the Miss USA contest, which has terrific ratings on NBC. Miss America got thrown off of network television! It’s (on cable), where nobody watches it,” he said, countering her statements. “And my father never gave me tons of money.”

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 12:05 PM   
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Oh, The Weather Outside Is Frightful

I don’t suppose it would make you folks out in Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming feel any better if I told you that today is the last day of Fall? Cheer up! Winter starts tomorrow and then we can expect some real weather.

The good news is that we start our journey back to the sun tomorrow also. Yes, dear friends, for the five billionth time, our planet is going to experience six months of glowball warming causing the North Pole to melt and beachfront property to be available near you.

So hang in there and try to sweat out this episode of glowball warming. Just remember that, according to Al Gore and the enviroweenies, we’re going through a “warming phase” thanks to all those cows and SUV’s. Toss another log on the fire, mix yourself a hot toddy and kick back. This too will pass ....


Colorado Blizzard Strands Thousands
DENVER (AP) - (ST LOUIS POST_DISPATCH) - December 21, 2006

imageimageGovernment offices and schools were closed and mail delivery suspended for a second day Thursday after a powerful blizzard dumped more than 2 feet of snow along Colorado’s most populous region and stranded travelers.

Denver, Colorado Springs and other cities along the Rocky Mountain Front Range were virtually ghost towns, with cars and SUVs slipping, sliding and crawling through thick snow toward the suburbs Wednesday.

Some 4,700 people hunkered down overnight at Denver International Airport, where flights in and out were canceled, spokesman Steve Snyder said.

“It feels like I’m a refugee,” said Lisa Maurer, a graduate student at the University of Wyoming who was stuck at the airport while on her way home to Germany.

Bus and light rail service in a six-county region was suspended. The State Patrol reported a rash of collisions, some involving several vehicles, but no fatalities.

More than 30 inches of snow fell in the mountains and up to 2 feet fell in the Denver metro area, with snow expected to let up by noon Thursday. Winds cut visibility and whipped up drifts several feet high on the plains.

Gov. Bill Owens declared a state of emergency and activated the National Guard, which assisted dozens of motorists on the highways around Denver and delivered diapers, formula and bottled water to the airport.

Long stretches of Interstates 70 and 25, the main east-woutes throun West, were closed. Interstate 76 was closed from Denver to Nebraska.

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Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/21/2006 at 11:39 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - December 20, 2006

Through The Looking Glass


“Aurora Over Iowa”
Credit: Stan Richards

Last Thursday evening, stars were not the only lights in Iowa skies. Spectacular northern lights also shone from the heavens, extending across the midwestern USA and other locations not often graced with auroral displays. The wide-ranging auroral activity was triggered as a large solar flare - an energetic cloud of particles blasted outward from the Sun a few days earlier - collided with planet Earth’s magnetosphere. Alerted to conditions ripe for aurora, photographer Stan Richards recorded this apparition over Saylorville Lake, near Des Moines, Iowa, USA. While the colorful rays seem to end just above the water, they are actually at altitudes of 100 kilometers or more.



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/20/2006 at 10:46 PM   
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Christmas Gift Idea #5

If your current vehicle didn’t come with a GPS system, you need to get one of these. Ladies, if hubby insists on getting lost and stranding you in the middle of nowhere all the time while refusing to use a map ... it’s a man thing, OK? Just buy him one of these for Christmas and you’ll never have to nag him about directions again.

Seriously, my 2005 Grand Cherokee Limited (HEMI!) came with a built-in GPS system and I don’t know how I ever lived without the danged thing. When I go to meetings with clients or even just shopping at a new store, all I do is punch in the address and the sweet little gal in the dash tells me where to turn and when and she even shows me ahead of time when a turn is coming up. I love that gal.

One nice little feature of this GPS from Garmin is the TMC Traffic Information Receiver. If you live in select major metro areas and can pay the subscription fee, which I am told is relatively cheap, you can get advance notice of traffic snarls ahead.

One thing I was unable to find out was how the database in this little box gets updated, or if it does. You might want to check that out before making a decision. My built-in unit is from Alpine and they send me a new DVD to upload into it every two years (at a cost of $199 - ARGH!). GPS units need to be updated regularly in order to be useful. With that said, I give this one a five star rating mainly because it has been selling for as much as $900 and has just recently dropped in price. Go grab one now ....


Garmin Streetpilot C340 Portable GPS Navigation System, Traffic Ready

Buy It Online At: AMAZON - $389.99

If you’re looking for vehicle navigation that’s powerful and simple to use, the Garmin StreetPilot c340 is just the ticket. Right out of the box, this unit helps you make the right turns wherever your travels take you. With an easy-to-use touchscreen interface, text-to-speech voice commands, a brilliant display that shows the way with 2D or 3D animations, and a massive points of interest database, the c340 has all the basics covered. Plus, you’ll find some great additional features that make it a must-have companion.

The c340 is designed with simplicity in mind, although Garmin hasn’t forgotten to add a touch of class. With a weight of under ten ounces and a width of 4.4 inches, the c340 is ultracompact and easy to transport. To keep confusion on the road to a minimum, the only buttons are a rotary volume knob and an on/off switch. The bright 3.5-inch-diagonal display features a touchscreen, making it a snap to input routing information and make quick selections on the road. The c340 sports dual integrated speakers for high-quality voice prompts, a USB port for PC connectivity, and an internal lithium-ion battery that provides power when you’re planning your routes outside the car (approximately 4-8 hours battery life). In addition to an included 12-volt power adapter for in-car power, there’s also an SD memory card expansion slot for use with other Garmin MapSource mapping products. The unit is secured by a suction-mount cradle that fastens to the windshield, allowing for easy portability between vehicles. You can even customize the c340’s appearance with optional colored faceplates that suit your style. While the c340 has an internal GPS antenna, it also has an MCX-type connector for hooking up an optional external GPS antenna.

Finding your way with the c340 starts with inputting a location on the touch screen. Next, the unit’s text-to-speech feature speaks to you just like a back seat driver, telling you the names of streets and when to turn and in what direction. And if you happen to miss a turn--don’t worry, the c340 automatically calculates a new route to your destination. Audible and visual navigation instructions and warnings help you navigate more quickly while keeping your eyes on the road. You can also choose between a 3D mapping perspective or 2D overhead view.

Another time- and frustration-saving feature of the c340 is the database of preloaded maps and points of interest. Gone are the days of uploading partial maps from your computer to your GPS device: the c340 has them all built in. The unit comes preloaded with Garmin’s highly detailed City Select NT street data of the entire United States, Canada, and Puerto Rico. Finding points of interest along your route is made easy with the c340’s huge built-in database of nearly six million hotels, restaurants, gas stations, ATMs, and attractions. Garmin has also made it easy for users to upload custom points of interest--now you can add school zones or safety cameras to your database. You can even turn on a proximity alert to notify you of upcoming custom points of interest.

Garmin really kicks the power of the c340 up a notch with the addition of real-time traffic information. This optional service will display congested areas on a color-coded map, allowing you to avoid traffic by simply pushing a button that calculates a new route. All this wizardry is made possible by the new Garmin GTM 10 receiver that connects to the c340 and other select Garmin products. Note that while the GTM 10 receives digital data from specific FM broadcast stations in select major metro areas throughout the United States and Europe, note that these traffic services are available only in select cities where coverage exists. The service requires the GTM 10 FM TMC traffic receiver and, in some cases, a subscription to enable these traffic capabilities.


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/20/2006 at 10:25 PM   
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Nukes For Jesus

President Ahmawhackjob of Iran says that country now is a “nukular power” and is patiently waiting for the return of Jesus and some goat-herder named “Mahdi”. OK. I can live with that but first ....

(1) HUGE ammo stockpile? Check. (2) Plenty of bottled water? Check. (3) Cellar full of MRE’s and canned foods? Check. (4) Perimeter of apartment ringed with claymores and bouncing betties? Check. (5) All firearms cleaned, oiled and in perfect working order? Check. (6) Portable generator fueled up, tested and ready? Check. (7) All camping gear, including cookware, cleaned and stowed? Check.

OK. Now I’m ready. Let ‘er rip, Whackjob ....

imageimageAhmadineajd: Iran Now Nuclear Power
(YNET NEWS) - 12.20.06, 13:14

Iran is now a “nuclear power,” its President, Mahmoud Ahamdinejad, delcared Wednesday, according to the Islamic Republic News Agency . Ahmadinejad says Israel, US, Britain will vanish – ‘this is a divine promise;’ Iran demands UN Security Council condemn Israel’s nuclear development, place Israel’s facilities under inspection

During a speech delivered in the Western Iranian province of Javanroud, Ahmadinejad said: “ The Islamic Republic of Iran is now a nuclear power, thanks to the hard work of the Iranian people and authorities.”

The announcement of Iran as a “nuclear power” is bound to significantly escalate tensions between the West and Iran, and marks a dramatic stage in the Islamic Republic’s nuclear campaign. In recent days, the US military has begun to build up forces around the Gulf, in what is being seen as as a warning to Iran.

Ahmadinejad was also reported to have announced that “Iranian young scientists reached the zenith of science and technology and gained access to the nuclear fuel cycle without the help of big powers.”

The Iranian president began the speech by saying that “the powerful Iranian nation resists bullying powers and will defend its rights, including the right to pursue peaceful nuclear technology,” the IRNA said.

Jesus, Mahdi Both Coming, Says Iran’s Ahmadinejad
(WORLDNET DAILY) - December 19, 2006 11:52 a.m. Eastern

In a greeting to the world’s Christians for the coming new year, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said he expects both Jesus and the Shiite messianic figure, Imam Mahdi, to return and “wipe away oppression.”

“I wish all the Christians a very happy new year and I wish to ask them a question as well,” said Ahmadinejad, according to an Iranian Student News Agency report cited by

“My one question from the Christians is: What would Jesus do if he were present in the world today? What would he do before some of the oppressive powers of the world who are in fact residing in Christian countries? Which powers would he revive and which of them would he destroy?” asked the Iranian leader. “If Jesus were present today, who would be facing him and who would be following him?”

Ahmadinejad then made a connection between Jesus and the Imam Mahdi, believed by Shiites to have disappeared as a child in A.D. 941. When the Mahdi returns, they contend, he will reign on earth for seven years before bringing about a final judgment and the end of the world.

“All I want to say is that the age of hardship, threat and spite will come to an end someday and, God willing, Jesus would return to the world along with the emergence of the descendant of the Islam’s holy prophet, Imam Mahdi, and wipe away every tinge of oppression, pain and agony from the face of the world,” Ahmadinejad said.

Ahmadinejad has been urging Iranians to prepare for the coming of the Mahdi by turning the country into a powerful and advanced Islamic society and by avoiding the corruption and excesses of the West.

He sees his main mission, as he recounted in a Nov. 16, 2005, speech in Tehran, as to “pave the path for the glorious reappearance of Imam Mahdi, may Allah hasten his reappearance.”


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/20/2006 at 06:47 PM   
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Even though she’s gone from Congress, Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) and her supporters are the gift that just keeps on giving ....

“Where I come from, we don’t name roads for people like Cynthia McKinney.”

-- Georgia Republican State Rep. Len Walker, who offered a resolution to strip Cynthia McKinney’s name off a highway in DeKalb County

“He must be talking about white folks or uppity black folks.”

-- John Evans, McKinney’s campaign manager

- (YAHOO NEWS) - December 19, 2006


Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/20/2006 at 08:01 AM   
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What’s For Breakfast?



Posted by The Skipper   United States  on 12/20/2006 at 07:56 AM   
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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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