When Sarah Palin booked a flight to Europe, the French immediately surrendered.

calendar   Friday - February 29, 2008



A somewhat different pace entering the weekend and I thought the beauty of this might be appreciated.

Marwell is just about in our back yard here and is really a marvellous place. I’ll never understand those who think it’s “sport” to harm these magnificent animals.

Anyway .. there are more pix on the Telegraph site.  Really surprised me as The Telegraph usually has the pix in the hard copy and almost nothing online.
But not this time.


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calendar   Thursday - February 28, 2008

Really odd news

Blind man can see again after having son’s tooth implanted in his eye


DUBLIN (AFP) - An Irishman blinded by an explosion two years ago has had his sight restored after doctors inserted his son’s tooth in his eye, he said on Wednesday.
Bob McNichol, 57, from County Mayo in the west of the country, lost his sight in a freak accident when red-hot liquid aluminium exploded at a re-cycling business in November 2005.

“I thought that I was going to be blind for the rest of my life,” McNichol told RTE state radio.

After doctors in Ireland said there was nothing more they could do, McNichol heard about a miracle operation called Osteo-Odonto-Keratoprosthesis (OOKP) being performed by Dr Christopher Liu at the Sussex Eye Hospital in Brighton in England.

The technique, pioneered in Italy in the 1960s, involves creating a support for an artificial cornea from the patient’s own tooth and the surrounding bone.

The procedure used on McNichol involved his son Robert, 23, donating a tooth, its root and part of the jaw.

McNichol’s right eye socket was rebuilt, part of the tooth inserted and a lens inserted in a hole drilled in the tooth.

The first operation lasted ten hours and the second five hours.

“It is pretty heavy going,” McNichol said. “There was a 65 percent chance of me getting any sight.

“Now I have enough sight for me to get around and I can watch television. I have come out from complete darkness to be able to do simple things,” McNichol said.

Put the coffee cup down ... you know I’m gonna say it ...

I guess this must have been one of his eye teeth?

Sorry, I can’t resist the really easy ones sometimes.


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BO wants to Pull a Clinton

How to Decide an Undecided voter in 52 seconds

Assignment: get your mouse over to his Rottiness and read this post and watch the video ASAP.

Obama wants to “pull a Clinton” and cripple the military. He wants to run away from the War On Terror. Right Now. He wants to trash all of America’s current and future defenses. He comes right out and says so. Nobody wants unchecked nuclear proliferation, but Obama wants to throw out whatever missiles we still have, and never build new ones. Star Wars? Now that it’s all developed and halfway installed .... right in the trashcan. Military R&D? Fuggedaboudit. Gone.

This assclown is getting really scarey. Hello, he’s a commie, wake up!! If you have someone special in the military, email them this video right now. Even Hillary isn’t this stupid, is she??


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/28/2008 at 06:26 PM   
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United States of Incarceration?

1 in 100 Adult Americans In Jail

This is not a happy post.

For the first time in history, more than one in every 100 American adults is in jail or prison, according to a new report tracking the surge in inmate population and urging states to rein in corrections costs with alternative sentencing programs.

The report, released today by the Pew Center on the States, said the 50 states spent more than $49 billion on corrections last year, up from less than $11 billion 20 years earlier. The rate of increase for prison costs was six times greater than for higher education spending, the report said.

Using updated state-by-state data, the report said 2,319,258 adults were held in U.S. prisons or jails at the start of 2008—one out of every 99.1 adults, and more than any other country in the world.

The steadily growing inmate population “is saddling cash-strapped states with soaring costs they can ill afford and failing to have a clear impact either on recidivism or overall crime,” said the report.


Susan Urahn, managing director of the Pew Center on the States, said budget woes are prompting officials in many states to consider new, cost-saving corrections policies that might have been shunned in the recent past for fear of appearing soft in crime.

“We’re seeing more and more states being creative because of tight budgets,” she said in an interview. “They want to be tough on crime, they want to be a law-and-order state—but they also want to save money, and they want to be effective.”

“We need to be smarter,” said David Muhlhausen, a criminal justice expert with the conservative Heritage Foundation. “We’re not incarcerating all the people who commit serious crimes—but we’re also probably incarcerating people who don’t need to be.”


“For all the money spent on corrections today, there hasn’t been a clear and convincing return for public safety,” said the project’s director, Adam Gelb. “More and more states are beginning to rethink their reliance on prisons for lower-level offenders and finding strategies that are tough on crime without being so tough on taxpayers.”

The report said prison growth and higher incarceration rates do not reflect a parallel increase in crime or in the nation’s overall population. Instead, it said, more people are behind bars mainly because of tough sentencing measures, such as “three-strikes” laws, that result in longer prison stays.

“For some groups, the incarceration numbers are especially startling,” the report said. “While one in 30 men between the ages of 20 and 34 is behind bars, for black males in that age group the figure is one in nine.”

Mother fuggers. They always have to drag race into it!!  I DON’T GIVE A DAMN ABOUT WHAT RACE CRIMINALS ARE. If it turns out that more black guys are in prison relative to their slice of the overall population, then all that means is that they commit, and are convicted of, more crimes. OMFG, I spoke the raw truth!! Get out the EVIL RACIST branding iron!!


The report said the United States is the world’s incarceration leader, far ahead of more populous China with 1.5 million people behind bars. It said the U.S. also is the leader in inmates per capita (750 per 100,000 people), ahead of Russia (628 per 100,000) and other former Soviet bloc nations which make up the rest of the Top 10.

You knew that was coming. This is from the LA Times after all. Hey, did they ever stop and think that maybe America is a land of opportunity for criminals as well?

Still, it is very sad that we have so many people behind bars. Is it because we have too many laws? Is it because we have too harsh penalties? Is it because we should all just chill the heck out and let the little shit go? Also not mentioned is ... how many of those incarcerated are actually Americans? I think it’s only fair to deduct the foreigners from the total, even though they’re contributing to the tax burden prison costs place on the rest of us. And how many minors are behind bars? They’re Americans too. But really, these are just quibbles I’m making. An awful lot of people here are in jail. What does that say about us, either good or bad?

LA Times article
Actual Pew Center Report, where I borrowed the graphics from


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Just diddling with some tracking and analysis stuff.

Technorati Profile

Ooh, and we’re hooked up to Google Analytics as well. And they tell me I have visitors from Argentina, Austria, Hungary, Guam, UAE, Saudi Arabia, and Romania. Why don’t you guys stop for a second and say hello? Unless you’re the source of those damnable spiders that stay for visits of 00.00 seconds. Blog stats are strange things.


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Downgrade and Delay - the border fence will never be built

‘Virtual Fence’ Along Ariz.-Mexico Border Delayed Three Years

PHOENIX — Homeland Security officials have told federal lawmakers that the “virtual fence” along the U.S.-Mexico border in Arizona doesn’t meet contract requirements for detecting border intrusions and some of its technology will have to replaced by this summer.

Agency officials, testifying Wednesday before the oversight panel of the House Homeland Security Committee in Washington, D.C., said plans to expand the system to the Yuma, Ariz., and El Paso, Texas, areas will be pushed back three years to 2011 because of technological deficiencies.

The 28-mile virtual fence will use radars and surveillance cameras to try to catch people entering the country illegally.

The Sasabe network, called Project 28, was intended as a cornerstone of the government’s multibillion-dollar border strategy.

Critics say contractor Boeing Corp. never consulted border agents before engineering the system.

A Boeing executive testified that the company spent more than double the value of the $20 million contract to set things right and is now refining the network.

The Department of Homeland Security awarded Boeing a $64 million contract to improve the network in December, two months before the government accepted the Sasabe work.

Amy Kudwa, a Homeland Security spokeswoman, said that the virtual fence is not in full operation and that the agency continues to test the system.

Aw crap. This is so typical. We just have to have the most high-tech, gizmo laden, expensive “solution” possible. And surprise!! It doesn’t work. The Virtual Fence is a BAD IDEA. It does not stop people coming over. It can only alert the already overworked border security people, who have to come from miles away, that tresspassers are present. And when they do get the dumb ass thing in place, watch it trip over every roadrunner, raccoon, and coyote in the neighborhood. And what happens when 5000 people rush the border at the same time??

What does work? Glad you asked:



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There they go again

We saw this one coming weeks and weeks ago. Today the NY Times runs some BS story trying to shake things up, and all the other scandal-whore news agencies pick up on it. Sleaze bags.

Does McCain’s overseas birth disqualify him?

source link: rehashed sleaze from the NY Times
source link: whore mongering from FoxNews

WASHINGTON — The question has nagged at the parents of Americans born outside the continental United States for generations: Dare their children aspire to grow up and become president? In the case of Senator John McCain of Arizona, the issue is becoming more than a matter of parental daydreaming.

Mr. McCain’s likely nomination as the Republican candidate for president and the happenstance of his birth in the Panama Canal Zone in 1936 are reviving a musty debate that has surfaced periodically since the founders first set quill to parchment and declared that only a “natural-born citizen” can hold the nation’s highest office.

Almost since those words were written in 1787 with scant explanation, their precise meaning has been the stuff of confusion, law school review articles, whisper campaigns and civics class debates over whether only those delivered on American soil can be truly natural born. To date, no American to take the presidential oath has had an official birthplace outside the 50 states.

“There are powerful arguments that Senator McCain or anyone else in this position is constitutionally qualified, but there is certainly no precedent,” said Sarah H. Duggin, an associate professor of law at Catholic University who has studied the issue extensively. “It is not a slam-dunk situation.”

US Constitution, Article II:
“No person except a natural born citizen, or a citizen of the United States, at the time of the adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty five years, and been fourteen Years a resident within the United States.”

This is so weak. It’s just another cock tease headline designed to sell newspapers that has no content behind it. Yes, I can read the Constitution as well as anyone else. If you are born on American soil you are an American citizen. If your parents are American citizens then you are an American citizen regardless of where you are born. It has been this way since the very beginning of our nation, and this situation was addressed specifically in the Naturalization Acts of 1790 and 1795:

1790: “And the children of citizens of the United States, that may be born beyond Sea, or out of the limits of the United State, shall be considered as natural born citizens”.
1795: “and the children of citizens of the United States, born out of the limits and jurisdiction of the United States, shall be considered as citizens of the United States”.

Let’s not forget that citizenship is usually extended to the citizens of Commonwealths, Territories, and Protectorates, of which the Canal Zone certainly was one of at the time. And if you have further doubts, go reread the 14th Amendment.

It really pisses me off when the media just puts out stories to stir the pot and keep people’s blood pressure up. Especially when they’ve tried to pull the same ruse on us before, 10 years ago. We are not all stoners with no memory you know.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 02/28/2008 at 10:54 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - February 27, 2008

Is there a contrapositive race card?

I spent a couple hours today trying, again, to get a handle on Mr. Obama. I still can’t do it. I like a good speaker as much as anyone, but I’m looking for the steak and I’m hardly even finding any sizzle. But I am hearing about what a great barbeque grill we’re all going to have somewhere down the road. Don’t worry; those rich people who earn $75,000 or more per year will pay for it.

There is an interesting, very long winded article over at The New Republic written by historian and Clinton pal and supporter Sean Wilentz that dares to say that it’s the Obama camp that has been playing the dreaded race card. Or perhaps it’s the race seive, in that anything the Clinton camp has said has been interpreted to see just how race oriented it is. Not if, but how much. Wilentz does point out how totally fawning the media has been in Obama’s direction. The comments are very interesting too: over 400 of them at this point, they say only two things. “This is Truth” or “This is Lies”. I despise Hillary and I know the Clintons are the most diabolical politicians going, but I couldn’t help but agree with everything Mr. Wilentz wrote.

Johnny Dollar has the tape of FoxNews’ John Gibson’s interview with Geraldine Ferraro, wherein she (boldly) comes right out and says he wouldn’t be anywhere without his blackness. “If Barack Obama were a white man, would we be talking about this as a potential real problem for Hillary? If he were a woman of any color, would he been in this position? Absolutely not”.

Yet Obama has been winning primaries in states that are nearly all white, in addition to states that are diverse. If these allegations are correct, is it because 1) An awful lot of Americans are really gullible, and 2) Political Correctness has been so thorough in creating White Guilt that folks are unable to vote against him because they would charge themselves with being racist? Think about that one, because it allows an empty suit with a tan to run an empty campaign, based on no ideas and supported by no experience, AND WIN. It’s the Halle Berry effect that wins you and Denzel Washington Academy Awards because people kicked up a fuss ahead of time with the “It’s about time” meme.

Look over at Hot Air, where they’ve put up a little video that tells you how bills Senator Obama sponsored that made it into law: one.

So I guess you can’t really call it playing the race card, but it’s a similar thing. It’s the “You Can’t Criticize Or Disagree With This Candidate Or Not Support Him Because That Would Be Racist Because This Campaign Is Not About Race Or Gender, You Racist White Male” card. And it’s working! One bill in the US Senate. One term in the US Senate. More than 100 meaningless “Present” votes in Illinois. No job in the private sector, ever. No business or managerial experience, ever. Minor accomplishments against the Chicago housing authority that were largely the work of other people. Communist slutadventuress for a mother, drunken arab polygamist for a father, crabby “race victim” for a wife, belongs to a racist church - all this gets ignored completely. He has No Content or Experience. At. All. And it’s working!! It’s like winning a poker tournament on a bluff, but doing it before the cards are even dealt, and you’re there to play checkers!! It’s like American Idol all over again, only this time Sangina is going to win. And this time it’s for real.

If any of you happen to see Alice, could you ask her how to get back to the other side of the looking glass?


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Scotland Yard has been accused of wasting taxpayers’ money in a Moonbat Story

Brickbats and Moonbattery award to the police and whoever sicked em on Conserv. MP Boris Johnson.

Most likely London’s Red Ken or those Moonbats who back the Red Mayor, Ken Livingston.
You really gotta read this.  I thought it was funny til I suddenly realized Boris statements quite correct, re. the state of law and order here and these guys want him to answer for ... ?  A leather cigar case?  It’s a national icon?
Read on.

Police probe Boris Johnson over cigar ‘theft’By Andrew Pierce
Last Updated: 12:54pm GMT 27/02/2008

Scotland Yard has been accused of wasting taxpayers’ money by launching an investigation into the alleged theft by Boris Johnson of a cigar case from the home of Saddam Hussein’s deputy prime minister five years ago.

Police have written to Mr Johnson, urging him to hand over the leather case, which he says he took in 2003 as a “souvenir” from the bombed-out home of Tariq Aziz, who had surrendered to US forces 10 days earlier as Iraq crumbled.

The intervention of the police astonished Mr Johnson, who is the Tory candidate in the London mayoral contest.

In the past month alone there were almost 19,000 reported crimes in the Metropolitan Police area, including 12 murders, 6,000 drug offences and 500 offensive weapon crimes.

“This is a monumental waste of time,” said Mr Johnson, the Tory MP for Henley in Oxfordshire.

Mr Johnson has never made any secret of his acquisition from the home of Mr Aziz, the urbane English-speaking minister who was the face of the former Iraqi dictator’s regime.

His campaign team suspects its opponents in the mayoral contest of dirty tricks.

In The Daily Telegraph in May 2003, Mr Johnson justified his decision to “trouser” the case.

He wrote: “To take the cigar case of the deposed number two of a deposed tyrant was hardly the same as swiping a 2300 BC bronze statue of a squatting Akkadian king. And yet it was still Aziz’s property, surely, even if he was being detained at the pleasure of President Bush.

“If there was one thing more noxious than his cigar smoke, it was the clouds of lying and obfuscation. His function was to provide a veneer of international sophistication to a disgusting regime.

“At no stage did he show any sign of conscience, or try to restrain Saddam, or risk his own position to save his countrymen. He was a vain and conniving adjutant to terror, and I have temporarily taken his cigar case for safe keeping.”

Scotland Yard was alerted in the past few days to Mr Johnson’s removal of the case, which he kept at home, and an investigation has been launched by the Metropolitan Police art and antiques unit.

The letter to Mr Johnson states: “Police attention has been drawn to reports suggesting that you have in your possession an item that may be Iraqi cultural property, namely a cigar case from the address of Tariq Aziz.”

It continues: “Obviously it is at an early stage of our enquiries but I would offer to act as the ‘constable’ should you wish to transfer the item into our possession for further investigation.”

Mr Johnson, who has moved ahead in some polls of mayoral rival Ken Livingstone, was outraged. “There were over 18,000 crimes in London last month and yet the police write to me about this?” he said.

“What this shows is a concerted effort by my political opponents to waste police time by dragging up an article that I wrote five years ago and trying to make political mileage out of it. When knife crime is on the rise in our capital city, can it be right that police time is allowed to be wasted in this way?”

A Met Police spokesman said: “The Met works very closely with a number of countries, including Iraq, to recover items that are considered culturally significant. In order to establish the origin and potential significance of the item, such items must be submitted to police custody for further examination.

“The MPS treats the theft of, and cultural dealing of, property from abroad very seriously. The steps we are taking are proportionate with a view to repatriating an item which could be of cultural or historical significance to the Iraqis.”



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Python eats family dog.

Python eats family dog in front of children
By Nick Squires in Sydney
Last Updated: 12:00pm GMT 27/02/2008

An Australian family whose pet guinea pig, cat and dog were eaten by giant pythons menacing their tropical home fears their children could be next on the predators’ menu.

The Peric family watched in horror this week as their much-loved Chihuahua was swallowed by a 16.5 ft long scrub python on the verandah of their home in Kuranda, Queensland.

for the story and GRUESOME pix >>>>


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IDIOT ARCHBISHOP STRIKES AGAIN !  And the Weeks Moonbat Award Goes To:

The Idiot Archbishop of Canterbury for being a flaming Looney Tune. Again.


Wednesday February 27,2008

By Cyril Dixon and John Chapman

THE Archbishop of Can­ter­bury sparked fresh controversy yesterday by suggesting yobs only join gangs to fend off  “un­friendly adults”.

Youths swarm on street corners and in shopping malls so they “feel secure” from older people, claimed Dr Rowan Williams.
He said rather than trying to intimidate innocent people, the young mobs are simply trying to find their own “safe public space”.

The Church of England leader also attacked “indiscriminate, knee-jerk” bids to control rowdy young people by using Mosquito ultrasonic devices, which scare them away with a high-pitched whining sound.

His outburst came just weeks after he faced furious calls for his resignation for claiming it is “unavoidable” that Muslim sharia laws are accepted in Britain.

Last night his latest remarks drew a scathing response from politicians and grassroots crime fighters.

One Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator based just miles from the Archbishop’s Lambeth Palace headquarters in south London branded him a “windbag”.

The activist said: “He should speak to people within Lambeth a bit more than he obviously does. It is all right saying these kids need there own space but that isn’t going to solve the problem of youth misbehaviour.”

The activist – who lives in an area plagued by gun-toting gangs – added: “Many young people today do not know where the boundaries of good behaviour lie.

“In Lambeth, there are young people coming from families where the traditional structure with traditional discipline has broken down. Then they get into drugs and guns and gangs.”

Mike Penning, Tory MP for Hemel Hempstead, Herts, attacked the Archbishop’s re­marks.

He said: “Rowan Williams is entitled to speak out on issues but he is fundamentally wrong about this. I think he is being perverse.

“My constituents are worried sick about the alcohol driven violence on our streets.  People are worried about young people hanging around street corners. They feel threatened.

“Not all young people are bad but he is missing the point on this one.”

Philip Davies, Tory MP for Shipley, West Yorkshire, said: “The Archbishop is completely out of touch.

“Of course not all groups of youths are hooligans. But some are, and they can be terrifying for adults.

“To pretend that all youngsters are angels who are petrified of adults is a very strange way of looking at this issue.

“I have had experience in my constituency where there were youths outside an Indian restaurant hurling racist
abuse and scaring customers. These young thugs weren’t scared of adults.  They were the ones doing the terrorising.”

Dr Williams’s comments on youth gangs came in an article to mark the publication of a Children’s Society report entitled Good Childhood.

He said: “The sight of young people gathering on streets and in shopping centres is one of the things that can create alarm or suspicion in adults, who think such groups are going to be ­abusive or extreme in their behaviour.

“What may come as a surprise in today’s findings is that many young people themselves feel that they are not safe or welcome in public places.”

He said the Mosquito – audible only to youngsters and placed outside some businesses plagued by yobs – is “a sad example of an indiscriminate and knee-jerk response to a perceived problem, which only deals with symptoms, not causes.”


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A government that tried to abolish the nation. Time for another bundles for Britain Drive?


THE scale of the influx of foreigners into Britain is breathtaking.

New official figures show that almost 800,000 work permits have been issued to Eastern Europeans alone in the past four years.

That is more than the population of Leeds. But it is nothing like the total extent of the influx. Several other major categories of incomer must be added to get a true idea of the volume of immigration experienced in recent years: self-employed Europeans, migrant workers from beyond the EU, asylum seekers, the extended families of established migrant groups and illegal immigrants.

Nobody knows how many immigrants have arrived since Labour came to power, but the grand total undoubtedly runs into millions.

There is barely a town or city in Britain that has not seen drastic changes to its population. The arrival of so many
people from overseas has undermined community cohesion and put massive pressure on public services.

Towns that were once tight-knit and neighbourly communities now play host to streets full of strangers babbling away in any number of foreign tongues.

And all the while the Left’s ludicrous notion of multiculturalism has encouraged newcomers to retain their own ways rather than learning English and fitting in. Where once we were a proud and coherent nation, now it is often hard for people to discern what there is left to be loyal to.

The biggest scandal is that all this has happened without the consent of the British public. In successive elections, Labour promised firm controls on immigration while smearing as racist all those who questioned its real intentions.

When the history books for this period come to be written they will surely record that Britain had a government that tried to abolish the nation. We must not let it succeed.


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Meanwhile, in India

Believe it or not, the entire world is NOT fixated on last night’s Obama/Clinton debate! A few bits of news from the world’s biggest democracy


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November Election Results Leaked

Diebold Accidentally Leaks Results Of 2008 Election Early

Admit it. You all suspected this was the truth.  grin


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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
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