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calendar   Monday - November 01, 2010

One more Weekend Woman

I got a real deal on some graphic software yesterday. Normally goes for $99, I got it as part of a bundle for $10.

Been playing with it. Ran some pics of my wife through it. Got this:

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No! You can’t see the original! It’s too hot, and most of you are too young.

I liked this so much that I’ve printed it on heavy stock and made laminated bookmarks of it.

It’s also doing duty as wallpaper on my iMac and my iPad.


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 11/01/2010 at 12:58 AM   
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Happy Halloween

I suspect that under ObamaCare (sic) medical school will become more dangerous.

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Very important for medical students to know the difference between a cadaver and a brain-eating zombie.


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 11/01/2010 at 12:02 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - October 31, 2010

the coming revolution in american politics …

To BMEWS readers ..... what I have here is a much edited version of her editorial. I would urge you to go to the link and read all of it. It’s worth your time.
Maybe the naacp should read it and learn something other then the race card.


Midterm elections 2010: Prepare for a new American revolution

Popular rage against the elite could change the nature of US politics

By Janet Daley, Sunday Telegraph

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More than three centuries ago, the residents of America staged a rebellion against an oppressive ruler who taxed them unjustly, ignored their discontents and treated their longing for freedom with contempt. They are about to revisit that tradition this week, when their anger and exasperation sweep through Congress like avenging angels. This time the hated oppressor isn’t a foreign colonial government, but their own professional political class.

In New York last week I was struck by the startling shift of mood since my last visit, during Barack Obama’s first year in office. This phenomenon took varying forms, of course, depending on the political orientation of my interlocutor, but the underlying theme of despair and disgust was almost universal. Liberal Democrats (who hugely outnumber most other factions in that city) were despondent and disappointed with the collapse of Obama’s popularity. A few of them (remarkably few, actually) were ready to blame this on a “Right-wing conspiracy” of vaguely racist motivation.

But contrary to the superficial British assumption (heavily promoted by the BBC), they were not devoting their excoriation exclusively to the Obama Administration – or even to its clique of Congressional henchmen, led by Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. That they were opposed to the Big State, European social democratic model of government which Obama had imported to Washington went almost without saying. But they were at least as angry with the leadership of their own party for having conceded far too much of the argument.

And this anger – again, contrary to the general understanding in Britain – is not new: it goes all the way back to the Bush presidency. It was widely known in Europe that the American Left hated George Bush (and even more, Dick Cheney) because of his military adventurism. What was less understood was that the Right disliked him almost as much for selling the pass over government spending, bailing out the banks, and failing to keep faith with the fundamental Republican principle of containing the power of central government.

Republicans are, if anything, as much in revolt against the establishment within their own party as they are against the Democrats. And this is what the Tea Parties (which should always be referred to in the plural, because they are not a monolithic movement) are all about: they are not just a reaction against a Left-liberal president but a repudiation of the official Opposition as well.

Nor are they simply the embodiment of reactionary social conservatism, which has been the last redoubt of the traditional Republican Right. There were plenty of people in New York who wanted to believe that Tea Partiers were just a new incarnation of the gun-totin’, gay-bashing right-to-lifers whom they found it so easy to dismiss as risible throwbacks. This is a huge political miscalculation, which quite misses the point of what makes the Congressional midterm elections this week such an interesting and historic political event.

UNEDITED VERSION, TELEGRAPH

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/31/2010 at 04:30 PM   
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Police given advice on witches and pagans.

Came across this and had to check and see if it was April 1st.

I think it’s real.  Looks dumb but then hey.  As the wife asks every time I question things like this. “ And you’re in what country?”
Oh right.  So I’ll take it that it isn’t a joke.

Closing shortly but couldn’t leave and not post this and the following one as well.

Police given advice on witches and pagans

Police officers will be in a strong position to handle witchcraft-related incidents after receiving official advice on dealing with pagans and witches as part of a 300-page diversity handbook.

By David Barrett, Home Affairs Correspondent

It is Hallowe’en and the witching hour is drawing nearer, but don’t be alarmed – police officers are on the case, having been issued with official guidance on how to deal with witches.

The advice is contained in a 300-page “diversity handbook” which gives officers a range of “dos and don’ts” when approaching followers of a range of religions and other beliefs, from atheism to Zoroastrianism.

The online handbook also advises officers not to jump to conclusions if they encounter a situation where a blindfolded, naked person is tied by their hands – they could merely have stumbled upon a pagan ritual, where such activities are normal practice.

“Witches have a Book of Shadows, which contains a handwritten record or diary of their personal progress as a witch,” says the guide.

“Often the books have ornate covers, some have the title Book of Shadows on the cover, some don’t.

“Any book can be used, but this book is regarded as private and special and should not be touched by anyone but the author. If it is possible to avoid touching this book then it is best to do so.”

The guide, drawn up by the Metropolitan Police, Britain’s largest police force, warns against interrupting a pagan ceremony.

In nine pages relating to atheists, the handbook gives advice on places of worship, Holy texts and prayer, stating: “There are no designated places of worship.

“There are no prescribed texts. Atheists have no prayers.”

It adds: “Atheists have no dietary requirements other than those of the individual.”

It also gives officers a handy guide to key atheist philosophers, and famous agnostic thinkers such as Bertrand Russell, Robert G. Ingersoll and Thomas Henry Huxley.

It warns: “Be aware that Atheists might feel offended by an assumption of faith,” it warns.

As well as religions and beliefs, the book gives officers advice on dealing with teenagers, including a guide on “teen speak”, to allow officers to communicate with younger members of the population.

BOO the rest here

I think I should explain why I think it isn’t a joke and is for real. 
It’s cos they take this diversity and multi-culture crap so seriously here, that I’m willing to believe almost anything. I guess it’s good for a grin at least.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/31/2010 at 04:02 PM   
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EYE CANDY

ANGIE EVERHART

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DEBRA MESSING

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/31/2010 at 03:37 PM   
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was this the awful result of a night out drinking with the boys? oh, but it’s art.

Not one of my better days and seeing this doesn’t help any.  How can they do this kind of thing and keep a straight face.
And the public paid for it?

It’s the Royal Ontario Museum.

It looks like crap. And it is that. 

See kids?  This is what your brain on drugs produces.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 10/31/2010 at 03:28 PM   
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Nail ‘em on it!

The contrast could not be starker.

Imam Obama, since His Inauguration, has done nothing but attack Americans.

He’s attacked the auto industry.
He’s attacked the oil industry.
He’s attacked my doctors.
He’s attacked my insurance companies.
He’s attacked my bank.
He’s attacked ‘Wall Street’ where I invest my retirement funds.
He’s attacked mortgage companies for complying with Federal law. Forcing you and me to pay for deadbeats.
He’s attacked my restaurants.
He’s attacked the Chamber of Commerce.
He’s attacked you and me as ‘clinging to our guns and religion.’
He bows to foreign despots.
He apologizes for your and my alleged ‘sins’ from the past.

I could continue the list of attacks Imam Obama has perpetrated upon the American people. It is (so far) endless.

In fact, the only people he hasn’t attacked are the actual enemies of the United States.
Islam.
Illegal ‘immigrants’ (I call them hostile invaders).
China.

He does NOT represent America.

Remember when we had a President who did represent America? Maybe not in practice, but the goal which is worth striving for?

I know of no Democrats, and pitifully few Republicans, who stand for the Constitution and America.

We’re two days from an historical election. The choices are clear: you can vote Democrat. Or you can vote America.

You cannot vote for both.


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 10/31/2010 at 02:50 PM   
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The Constitution. Haven’t you read it?

Does anybody know what movie this clip is from?

Sounds like a Democrat doesn’t he? Or a RINO.

BTW, is anyone else having problems with embedded YouTube videos actually playing? 


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 10/31/2010 at 02:12 PM   
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Happy Halloween

Brains!!!



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Cute, huh? Add a little dash to your Halloween party with these zombie-riffic cupcake molds from Fred & Friends. “Nomskulls”. Love the name. Nom nom nom!  ( which means eating in lolcatzspeek; it’s the sound the Cookie Monster makes ). Sold at Amazon and other places.

The nomskulls product is a bit misleading though. The brains part is done with icing. You have to make it yourself. But if you are halfway adept with the frosting bag it should be easy. Directions at the link. Help keep all your little zombies satisfied.

Fred & Friends makes hundreds of whimsical products to add a bit of fun to your life. Pretty creative folks there; they seem to take a word, make a pun out of it, envision that pun, and then build the product. Like ice cube trays that make little old fashioned ocean liners ... for cooling down your gin and titonic. hur hur hur. And brain shaped ice cubes; what else would you chill a zombie cocktail with?


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Happy Halloween!



… and they stood ...



Back to back, ghoul, belly to belly

Well, I don’t give a damn ‘cause I’m stone dead already, yeah

Back to back, mon, belly to belly

It was a zombie jamboree







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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/31/2010 at 12:31 PM   
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calendar   Saturday - October 30, 2010

Pirate Follies

Floating Splodeydopes At It Again

BULKER BOARDED BY PIRATES IN PROTECTED CORRIDOR (ecop-marine)
Armed pirates boarded on 30. October 2010 at 05h12 UTC (08h15) a bulk carrier underway in position 15:06N-055:58E, which is around 170nm SE off Salalah, Oman, and inside the Internationally Recommended Transit Corridor (IRTC). All crew retreated into a strongroom, the so-called citadel from where they have control of ship.

While the IMB Piracy Reporting Centre reports that the pirates would still be on board, reports from Somalia state that the bunker barge Al-Nisr al Saudi with its original crew of 14, including the master, was used in the assault and that, while the pirates boarded the attacked vessel, a rocket-propelled grenade (RPG) was fired to gain entry to the strongroom. That RPG reportedly bounced back and injured three of the attackers. Thereafter the gang left this vessel and only a short while later are reported to have captured today a Nigerian merchant ship, which they now apparently commandeer. The whole situation is still very unclear and further reports are awaited.

30.10.2010: 0512 UTC: Posn: 15:06N-055:58E, Around 170nm SE of Salalah, Oman, off Somalia.

Armed pirates boarded a bulk carrier underway. All crew retreated into the citadel from where they have control of ship. Pirates are still onboard. Further report awaited.



This week it was reported that a German ship was freed without ransom, though the truth is that the pirates could not control the MV Beluga Fortune and had to let her go. It just could be that having the HMS Montrose nearby helped ... though reportedly the Brits didn’t board and search the Beluga until much later.

Last week the VOC Daisy, hijacked in April. was released after ransom was paid.

Currently pirates hold 30 ships and more than 519 hostages, including that elderly British couple snatched off their yacht months ago. Somali pirates continue to use the VLCC Samho Dream as a mothership; the giant ship full of crude oil is presently off the coast of Garacad in Puntland.

It is likely that the ship was shifted out to sea to assist another pirate action group who have now been taken back to Puntland. Another theory for its move put forward by NATO was that the pirates were assessing sea conditions in the Somali Basin in the wake of the regional monsoons abating.

It is also not unknown for pirates to up anchor and flee ports due to a threat from Islamist groups invading the town. This occurred in May this year when two of three hijacked vessels being held at Harardhere, further south from Hobyo, were shifted up to Hobyo as the radical group Hizbul-Islam entered the town.

And today comes word that another ship has been snagged, this time a smaller one enroute from Russia to Singapore.

The 72,800-dwt Polar (built 2005) was seized overnight between Friday and Saturday but the hijacking was only confirmed on Saturday. There are 24 crew members onboard the Panama-flagged ship. There are no reports of any injuries or damage to the ship.

Although the exact position at which the vessel was taken is not known, it is believed to have been at the very easterly extremities of the area of operation for naval vessels. Consequently there were no warships in the vicinity to provide assistance.

A statement from counter-piracy task force EU NAVFOR later confirmed the hijacking which it said occured 580 miles east of the Yemeni island of Socotra. The crew comprises three Greeks, 16 Filipinos, four Montenegrins and one Romanian, the statement read.

Two days ago another super giant oil carrier, the Starlight Venture was attacked. Shots fired, but they got away. The newsworthy point is that the carrier was traveling in convoy, surrounded by the Thai Navy. And the pirates attacked anyway.

“The Hellespont Protector was attacked by a pirate boat whilst transiting the Gulf of Aden eastbound in a Thai National Navy convoy. When the attack occurred the master took evasive action to deter the pirates. The Thai Navy launched a helicopter in response to the request for assistance by the vessel.

“Although shots were fired...the vessel followed best management practices and the pirates were not able to board the vessel. They eventually stopped their efforts to capture the tanker. No injuries and no pollution were reported, the crew is safe and continuing with their passage.”

It appears that the pirates got away clean. But look at the nerve of these barstards - they attack the biggest ships in the world, in convoys, with international forces right the heck there. And live to tell the tale. Un. Real.  Yet when a small container ship, the MSC Ayala shoots back, the pirates run away. Hey Navy: hint hint hint!!!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/30/2010 at 10:04 PM   
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5760 Raisins Needed ASAP

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Terrorist FAIL: 80 Taliban Dead In Outpost Attack



5 ISAF troops wounded

Terrorist bodies left in the dirt to rot

local rats and vultures turn up noses in disgust





Khost - An Afghan official said Saturday that 80 Taliban insurgents were killed during a failed attack on a Nato combat outpost near the border with Pakistan.

“Fresh information that we received from intelligence sources shows that 80 Taliban have been killed. The bodies of the militants were left on the battlefield,” said Mukhlis Afghan, spokesperson for the governor of eastern Paktika province.

Nato said earlier that 30 Taliban had been killed as international troops repelled an attack on the outpost in Barmal district, which sits on the border of Pakistan’s lawless North Waziristan tribal area.

A statement from Nato’s International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said the insurgents launched the attack at 01.30 GMT on Saturday “from all directions” using rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and small arms fire.

Five ISAF soldiers were injured, it said, adding that they kept fighting.

“The coalition forces called for air weapons team and close-air support during the engagement. A coalition aircraft engaged an insurgent firing position with three precision-guided munitions,” it said.

“The air weapons team also engaged a large number of insurgents near the outpost,” it said, adding: “Initial operational reporting indicates more than 30 insurgents were killed in the failed attack on the outpost.”

The proximity of the combat post to the border hints at the possibility the insurgents had crossed from Pakistan, where the Taliban’s leadership council is believed to be based.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/30/2010 at 09:10 PM   
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Doubters And Enemies Must Be Punished


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little Gloria would soon learn the price of denying

Global Cooling

Global Warming

Climate Change

Biodiversity

and the

Nagoya Protocols






Click the funny money to read the rest

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from C Monster.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/30/2010 at 04:42 PM   
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here we go again

Weekend WhatsIt # 3



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This fairly modern device is about 2 to 3 inches tall. I don’t think they get used as much these days as they did 20 or 30 years ago, but you can still buy them. 


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/30/2010 at 01:26 PM   
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calendar   Friday - October 29, 2010

Now that’s a real New York attitude

Best political commercial of the season!



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Flip over the ballot. Flip off the politicians.

Eh, you godda problem widdat?





Ballot irregularities ( gee, that’s a surprise, right? ) forced the NYC Term Limits referendum question to the back side of the ballot. So to make sure people know about it, there is a new ad running on TV. Seeing how just about everyone wants to flip off the politicians these days, I think it’s going to be a success.

An odd trio of Conservative Party chairman Mike Long, New York Civic founder Henry Stern and billionaire cosmetics heir Ron Lauder gathered on the steps of City Hall today to start a campaign to make sure that once again local voters decide to institute term limits.

“The voters of the city of New York have voted twice for term limits,” Long said after the press conference. “Three strikes and you’re out- if you don’t listen to the people then you shouldn’t be in office,” he said referring to the previous two decisions.

The three are concerned that the placement of the term limit—on the flip side of the ballot—will mean that many voters ignore it.

“The difficulty is that it’s on the back of the ballot. If people are informed about it though, they’ll know to turn it over and vote yes to question number one,” Long said.

Stern said that he hopes voters recall that the city council overturned their previous expressed will in two citywide referendums.

“What we have here is a moral outrage,” Stern said. “The issue is that the people spoke out twice and the Mayor arrogated it twice.”

New Yorkers for Term Limits, a group financed through individual donations including reportedly million dollar donations by Lauder, created two 10-second television ads. The ads play on the anti-incumbency theme that has been so prevalent in this year’s races, saying “Politicians are so scared of bringing back term limits, they hid the question on the back of the ballot,” and telling voters to “Flip over the ballot. Flip off the politicians”.

Current NYC Mayor Bloomberg is said to be in favor of term limits too. Not that that stopped him from bending the rules for himself so that he could be the only 3 term mayor the city has ever had.

But the ballots themselves - or about half a million of them at any rate - are messed up. They have check boxes underneath the candidate’s area, but the printed instructions say to fill in the oval above or next to the candidate’s name. Guess they should have uses a non-union proofreader.

The Board of Elections said at an emergency meeting Friday that it will take action to avoid voter confusion about new ballots with misleading instructions.

Instructions on the paper ballots for the election on November 2 say that voters should cast a vote by filling in the oval above or next to the name of the candidate.

However, the ovals are actually below the candidates’ names.

“We are doing everything in accordance with the law. This is just the ballot the way it is and if you ask me if there is confusion? I don’t see any confusion,” said BOE Executive Director George Gonzalez.

Gonzalez said he does not anticipate a problem, but said there will be flyers inside booths clarifying how to vote and staff on hand to answer questions.

“This is the same ballot that was used in the September 2010 primary election. Over 400,000 cast their vote using this ballot. That specific issue was not brought to our attention,” said Gonzalez. “But again, to make sure that everything goes smoothly and minimal confusion for November 2, we’re taking every effort and step to take corrective action to minimize any possible problem the voter may have.”

BOE officials said it is too late to reprint the ballots for November 2, but they will correct the issue in future elections.

The ballot trouble is the latest mess to hit the Elections Board. Mayor Michael Bloomberg called the BOE’s performance on Primary Day a “royal screw-up.” Also, this week State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli released a scathing report this week detailing the mistakes.

I think the real anger is yet to come. Most New Yorkers don’t know that the new term limits question exempts the top 33 elected officials. So they can all run again if they want. And leave everyone wondering if they’ll just ignore this iteration of the will of the people as well.

Goldstein is taking some heat himself over the ballot questions, specifically the one on term limits. It asks voters if they want to return to a two-term limit for city officials, but sitting lawmakers will be exempt from any change.

“When people learn about this exception being made for 33 elected officials, they’re outraged,” said Morgan Pehme of New York Civic.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 10/29/2010 at 10:20 PM   
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