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calendar   Thursday - September 06, 2012

Cross My Fingers, Hold My Breath



I’m off to P-burg to get my old chuggy buggy from the shop. The bill is “only” $575 for a tow and a new set of shifter cables and their installation. Several grease monkeys I know tell me this is a reasonable amount, since the parts are nearly half that number and it’s a 3 hour job by the blue book. Whatever, fine.

I just can’t wait to get my “big” “wide” “fast” “powerful” Saturn back.

This little Chevy Spark I’ve been driving the past week scares the hell out of me.

And I have to take it on the highway, up over Jugtown Mountain and down the back chicanes, in amongst every tractor trailer truck in NJ, to get to P-burg. I’m going to die. That’s why I’m waiting until after Rush Hour is over, even though most of the commuter traffic goes the other way.

A 1.25 liter engine with a mere 85hp (at 6500rpm I think) and a slushy automatic transmission just doesn’t cut it on American roads. Well, maybe it will be Ok in the cities where you only go 3 blocks before stopping. Or maybe it might be just barely Ok out in the flatlands where you can get up to speed and then stay there for a couple hours at a time without turning. But here in western NJ, the hill country, where the roads go up, down, and all around all the time ... this thing is God awful. It is not a driver’s car. I don’t know who’s car it is, but I’m ever so glad it’s not mine.

The transmission is programmed to have a dead point at around 36mph. New Jersey generally has a 40mph speed limit on local roads. So it’s hell to keep the thing at marginal speed, because the car wants to slow down. The transmission is programmed to short shift out of first after about 10 yards, which means the car goes half way across an intersection when the light changes and then slows down. WTF?? Manual downshifting, either out of impatience or a desire to save your own life, is a frequent necessity.

The engine, apparently recently removed from a low performance touring motorcycle, has no power at all until around 5500rpm, and redlines at 7000. Which means you have to wind it up like a CB750 to get it to go even a little bit, and the enjoyment of that high winding moment is mitigated by the mpg monitor telling you the car is currently getting 6mpg. So overall, this car which is sold as getting 38mpg manages no better than 28mpg on the tank, because it’s so damn wimpy you’re beating it like a rented mule just to get anywhere in reasonable time.

Interior comfort? You’ve got to be kidding me. As a typical overweight white guy, all my flab is carried up front. I don’t have a big old butt and big thighs. And yet my mini-booty and thighs hang over the edge of the hard flat “bucket” seat, which is really sized for underfed North Korean women. The foot pedals aren’t bad, and there is a large “dead pedal” area you can brace your left foot in where the clutch ought to be. But I still wind up driving with the square edged driver’s door armrest digging into my left thigh, and the center console cup holder sticking me in the right calf. That sucks. And hurts. And for all it’s high roof and nearly vertical windshield, I still can’t see the stoplights above me at an intersection. Thankfully NJ almost always puts in another light on a pole on the far side of the where the roads cross.

Driving it ... oy vey. Ok, I never actually managed to slide the thing, or to lock up the brakes, and I really doubt that I got it actually airborne. But it felt that way. Nearly every time I drove it.  Short short SHORT wheelbase, high cabin, and the car is so narrow ... I mean, stretch out your right arm: your fingertips are touching the passenger door window. That narrow. And hard flat seats you roll right off of. I’m afraid to push it into a corner the slightest bit ... especially since, “for comfort”, the suspension has been set to medium-porridge and the thing rolls like a log raft in a typhoon. Funny how they managed that and yet at the same time put in double extra jounce in the shocks when you go over sudden bumps.

Driving the Spark in the rain is a thrill I’ll happily leave to others. The car is so small and the body is so thin that road roost - the spray coming off your tires - sounds like gravel being thrown against the underside. It is startling the first time you experience it, and it does not inspire confidence. I’m wondering if the spray is going to knock me over, or if the scrawny little tires (factory inflated to 40psi) are going to hydroplane me right into a ditch.  But I will go to my death in that culvert with a laugh, because the Spark comes with a built in traction control system, anti-lock brakes, and 8 or 10 air bags. They may as well give me a parachute and a life preserver for all the good those things do.

Good features? Hmm. Well, now that I’m taking it back to the rental agency, I’ve figured out how to program the automatic door locks to actually let me out of the car when I turn it off. Well, as long as I remember to put the shift lever in park. All bets are off if I shut down the engine while it’s in “D”, and I think I have to use the remote control to unlock the doors to let me out. This auto-lock shit is for the birds. No thank you, I don’t want any. Same goes for the “you must step on the brake to shift the car out of Park” BS. No. Give me a 6 speed and a clutch, and get out of my life.

Nothing else Drew? Ok, it rides just as nicely as my 16 year old SC-2 that has 280,000 miles on it. Maybe just a little better. As long as the roads are smooth and straight. And the mirrors are stylish, if too small to be at all useful.

My God, I can’t count the number of times I’ve jumped on the brakes in this crate, because I’ll be toodling down some rural road with the speed ever so slowly increasing, and then I’ll spot a sudden bump coming right at me! Nail the brakes, because if you hit that bump at 50, you’re going up up and away. Even at 40. That happens to you just ONCE and the lesson is learned forever: fear the road. The thing has a 93 inch wheelbase ... I’m pretty sure I’ve owned longer motorcycles. It’s just too damn skippy over the the bumps. Stretch it out another foot, drop it down 6 inches, and widen it by at least 6, and it might actually become drivable. Well, as long as you DOUBLE the size of the engine. And put in a real transmission. This car is not safe to drive over 30mph in my opinion. And it sure as hell is just plain ANNOYING to drive it here in New Jersey.

Rental miles driven: about 275

Phew: I survived. You know, I should have something positive to say about the little car.  Um ... ah ... ok, here: it has a perfectly tuned horn that gives forth a pleasing “toot”. It’s the happy kind of sound you might imagine a Parisian mime would make as you choked the last gasp of life out of him. Loud? Raucous? Intrusive, even startling? None of that. It’s exactly the kind of horn Americans DON’T want on their cars.


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calendar   Wednesday - September 05, 2012

wed.night candy for the eyes sweet russian babe. oh my. tennis anyone?

Honest. I really am working on something and don’t expect to have it until tomorrow. My fault that.
However, I have had these mind rotting photos for a few days and figured you could use the candy.

We’ve seen ANNA KOURNIKOVA before but, can we ever really see enough of her?

So here. Enjoy.

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calendar   Tuesday - September 04, 2012

No Excuses, No Tolerance

Fire Him, Now. Period.

California Dem Leader Makes Nazi Insinuation Against GOP

Inexcusable. Intolerable. Uncalled for. Untrue. Pathetic. Projectionist. And just plain wrong.


The chairman of the California Democratic Party offered a qualified apology after comparing Republican tactics—and specifically Paul Ryan’s convention remarks—to the “big lie” strategy employed by Nazi propagandist Joseph Goebbels.

California Democratic chief John Burton made the remarks Monday in an interview with San Francisco station KCBS while in Charlotte, N.C., for the Democratic National Convention.

“They lie and they don’t care if people think they lie ... Joseph Goebbels—the big lie, you keep repeating it,” Burton said. “That was Goebbels, the big lie.”

Republicans quickly condemned the language. The California GOP called it “desperate, deranged rhetoric” that Democrats were using to “distract” voters from their “failed record.”

Burton later issued a statement claiming he didn’t actually call Republicans Nazis and noting he didn’t actually use the word “Nazi”—though he made repeated references to Goebbels.

Tough effin’ luck, turd breath. By your own party’s standards, yes you did. Nobody says “the other N word” and gets away with it. Not even in a thinly veiled reference. What the heck, is darn near everything is offensive and “coded” racist these days, you don’t get a pass on this by saying that mentioning Nazi Henchman #2 isn’t bandying the “N” label about. It sure as hell is.

And Republicans are sick of it.  And we’re not going to put up with it any longer.

Not just because this was the most evil political party in living memory. But because it was a LEFTIST evil political party. The Nazis were only right wingers in comparison to full blown communists, and that was only in certain areas; the National Socialist shared quite a few views with the Communists. That’s why they were each other’s worst enemies: because they had so much in common.

But that day is past. And so is the day where Republicans would ignore being labeled, directly or indirectly, by the usual projectionist Democrat tactics, as being members or followers of an extreme LEFT WING political group.

So you have to go John Burton. Nobody slings the Nazi terms around and gets away it any longer.

It’s high time we got just as uppity as everyone else, and got out a double length ladder to climb up on our own high horse (which of course has an Olympic pedigree and is owned by Ann Romney) and had a pissy hissy fit until we got our way.  It’s RAAAACIST and we’re not accepting this treatment ever again.


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That Sucks

Actor Michael Clarke Duncan has died. The 6 foot 4 inch tall, 300 pound actor was 54. He had a heart attack in July and had been in the hospital undergoing treatment since. I guess they couldn’t save him.


Michael Clarke Duncan in a scene from The Green Mile

Michael Clarke Duncan, the hulking, prolific character actor whose dozens of films included an Oscar-nominated performance as a death row inmate in “The Green Mile” and such other box office hits as “Armageddon,” “Planet of the Apes” and “Kung Fu Panda,” is dead at age 54.

Clarke died Monday morning at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, where he was being treated for a heart attack, said his fiancee, Reverend Omarosa Manigault, in a statement released by publicist Joy Fehily.

The muscular, 6-foot-4 Duncan, a former bodyguard who turned to acting in his 30s, “suffered a myocardial infarction on July 13 and never fully recovered,” the statement said. “Manigault is grateful for all of your prayers and asks for privacy at this time. Celebrations of his life, both private and public, will be announced at a later date.”

Duncan had a handful of minor roles before “The Green Mile” brought him an Academy Award nomination for best supporting actor. The 1999 film, based on the Stephen King novel of the same name, starred Tom Hanks as a corrections officer at a penitentiary in the 1930s. Duncan played John Coffey, a convicted murderer with a surprisingly gentle demeanor and extraordinary healing powers.

Duncan’s performance caught on with critics and moviegoers and he quickly became a favorite in Hollywood, appearing in several films a year. He owed some of his good fortune to Bruce Willis, who recommended Duncan for “The Green Mile” after the two appeared together in “Armageddon.” Clarke would work with Willis again in “Breakfast of Champions,” “The Whole Nine Yards” and “Sin City.”

His industrial-sized build was suited for everything from superhero films ("Daredevil") to comedy ("Talledega Nights,” “School for Scoundrels"). His gravelly baritone alone was good enough for several animated movies, including, “Kung Fu Panda,” “Delgo” and “Brother Bear.” Among Clarke’s television credits: “The Apprentice,” “The Finder,” “Two and a Half Men” and “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody.”


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calendar   Monday - September 03, 2012

people taking offense. again.

A really big bru-hahaha in the making over a not so pc, tv show.
The director/actor/writer is himself a muslim.  Oh but that isn’t enough to satisfy the we’re all victims crowd.
There must only be one way to portray some folks else they take ‘offense.’ boohoo.

This is simply a short, and frankly I hardly understand the fellow’s accent. Maybe I’m not supposed to but no matter. We don’t have a TV anyway.
From this link you can go to other clips and make up your own mind.

The show is called, “Citizen Kahn”

But for the really BIG bru-haha.  There is this which has caused more of a stir then the sit-com mentioned above.

Channel 4 history of Islam sparks flood of complaints and presenter Tom Holland subjected to torrent of abusive tweets

By Robert Verkaik

Channel 4 is at the centre of a storm over a programme it broadcast on the history of Islam.

Islam: The Untold Story has triggered nearly 550 complaints to both the television regulator Ofcom and Channel 4 itself.

It has also sparked a bitter war of words on Twitter involving leading historians and Islamic scholars.

Since it was screened last week, presenter Tom Holland, a historian with a double first from Cambridge, has been subjected to a torrent of abusive tweets, some of which have included physical threats.

He is accused of distorting the history of Islam by claiming the Koran makes little or no reference to the religious city of Mecca.

One Twitter user accused Mr Holland of trying to destroy Islamic history while another called him a ‘fool’ for suggesting Islam is a ‘made-up religion’.

The Islamic Education and Research Academy has published a lengthy paper denouncing the programme. But historians have rallied to Mr Holland’s defence. 

Dan Snow, who has presented history shows for the BBC with his father Peter, described the programme as ‘a triumph’, tweeting: ‘Dear angry, mad people – it is conceivable that you know more than the world’s leading scholars, but very unlikely.’

The Academy claims the programme’s assertion that there are no historical records detailing the life and teachings of the Prophet Muhammad is flawed.

‘Holland appears to have turned a blind eye to rich Islamic historical tradition,’ says the Academy.

Ofcom, which has received 150 complaints about the programme’s alleged bias, inaccuracy and offence caused to Muslims, is considering an investigation.

The BBC’s new sitcom Citizen Khan, which confronts the issues faced by a modern Muslim family, is also being considered for investigation after receiving just 20 complaints.

Last night Mr Holland said: ‘The origins of Islam are a legitimate subject of historical inquiry and this film is wholly in keeping with other series and programmes on Channel 4.

‘We were of course aware that we were touching deeply-held sensitivities and went to every effort to ensure that the moral and civilisational power of Islam was acknowledged.’



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a pat condell video. and a corcker this one is

Some very strong words from Pat Condell.


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monday morning blahs except for

The Daily Mail has a section they cleverly call, FeMail.  Naturally enough, many a male eye wanders over that section. Of course, it’s only in the name of fashion and keeping up with trends that we look. Right?
Often the articles while geared to women you just know the subject matter is gonna grab us before it does the ladies. I mean to say, come on. The ladies already know how the female body works and what turns it on etc.  It’s usually us that are clueless.
And as often, the photos can be quite saucy.
BUT ....  They also actually do fashion for real and LIZ JONES is their fashion guru. She also writes columns that have nothing to do with fashion, isn’t a bad writer either and writes on very personal things.

So after checking mail this morning I made my usual stop at the Mail and this was on the right side with a pretty model and I thought, hey.
Why not?  It is a bit different and you can not expect more outta me first thing in the morning before coffee.
So here.


Do you want to wear Caprice’s knickers?

By Liz Jones
Daily Mail

There is a host of celebrity underwear available this autumn, from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley for Autograph at Marks & Spencer to Geri Halliwell for Next.

My first question is how on earth do these women know anything about the engineering that goes into a bra, or the technology of fabric? And why are famous women with perfectly spherical, gravity-defying breasts the only ones asked to design ranges? Surely the pendulous and the flat-chested need more help?

If I have learned anything during my 30 years working in fashion, it is that buying expensive silk underwear is just not worth it.


Of course it’s the same girl.  But look. Different undies.  What more do want early Mond ..... oh. right. That.
Hey, this is all about fashion so never mind the gir ...... hmmmmm. That might be difficult. Well hell. Use your imagination.


okok. for those with no imagination:
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calendar   Sunday - September 02, 2012

homeowner shoots and wounds two burglars. he and wife are arrested.

image About a half hour ago.

Why would they arrest the homeowner?  I have been led to believe that the law was changed to allow force of this kind to be used.
Oh wait.  I must have missed it.
Perhaps the homeowner didn’t take the time to hug the gremlin first and explain why he was pulling the trigger.
OR .... perhaps the bad guys are members of a protected minority.
We’ll have to see what update come through.

Pity though he couldn’t have deleted the bastards because now he’s open to future threat where the gremlins will be prepared, or else open to a law suit.  Always better if the opportunity presents itself, to kill the intruder if at all possible.  I hope he doesn’t end up regretting that he failed to do so.

BREAKING NEWS: Homeowner and his wife arrested after two suspected burglars are shot during break-in

A homeowner has been arrested after he shot two suspected burglars who had broken into his property.

The man grabbed a gun after he and his wife had been disturbed by the break-in during the early hours of today.

He fired the legally held weapon at the intruders who then fled the isolated house at Melton Mowbray, Leicestershire.

It is understood the homeowner, who has not been named, called police immediately after the shooting.

A short while after the resident had alerted police, the ambulance service were called to treat a man with shotgun injuries. It is understood that call was made by one of the suspected burglars.

Later, a second man was treated for shotgun injuries after presenting himself at Leicester Royal Infirmary, 10 miles from the scene.

Neither of the men’s injuries are said to be serious.

The homeowner and his wife were arrested on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm.

Four men, understood to be the suspect burglars, were also arrested.

So far no one has been charged in connection with the incident.

It is not known if there was anyone else in the property at the time of the shooting.



Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/02/2012 at 09:46 AM   
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To hell with free speech.  Part 2 ????

To Hell With Free Speech Pt. 2?

Never ends does it?

I sometimes wonder how I could have gotten this old and learned so little.

But then I say to myself, self, don’t worry so much about that.
Look at what these idiots do.

And then I read things like the following and don’t feel so bad.

Take a look. I could not make this up. No way.

House of Lords staff banned from bantering with colleagues in case it is deemed offensive

· New rules have been branded ‘Orwellian’

· Staff told banter can ‘alienate’ and upset other staff

By Chris Hastings and Peter Henn

It prides itself on being the home of independent thought and robust free speech.

But now the House of Lords has been branded ‘Orwellian’ after it advised its staff to avoid office banter on the grounds that it can be offensive.
Employees of the second chamber have been advised that even seemingly harmless chat can lead to other colleagues feeling left out and alienated.
The advice has been issued to hundreds of staff as part of a series of taxpayer-funded equality and diversity sessions on ‘cultural awareness’.
During the two-hour sessions, staff are told that the ‘golden rule’ of treat others as you would like to be treated has been replaced by the ‘platinum rule’ of treat others as they would like to be treated.
A section on ‘effective communication’ advises participants to ‘avoid banter’, ‘to allow people to self-identify’ and ‘to make minority groups visible using inclusive terms’.

During the past 12 months, almost 300 House of Lords employees have been on equality and diversity courses at a cost to taxpayers of just over £18,000.
The House’s clampdown on banter has infuriated campaigners and writers, who insist it is part and parcel of office life. Chrissie Maher, founder of the Plain English Campaign, said: ‘I thought the House of Lords is supposed to be a place where people can speak their minds.



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calendar   Saturday - September 01, 2012

a day with the taliban. just the usual

Just a bunch of the boys out for the afternoon.
Male bonding Taliban style.
Gotta be careful I don’t say anything too nasty about these life forms. Them being muzzies and all, I might get arrested for a hate crime. And none of us have any ill will towards these, hmmm. What are they?

Best not to say. Right?

Horrific picture shows armed Taliban militants lording it over 12 decapitated heads of Pakistani ‘soldiers’

Pakistan Taliban claim they killed army fighters in clashes on Afghan border

Release video showing belongings of the dead men laid out near the heads, including Pakistani identity cards and camouflage helmets

Comes as Pakistan military officials reveal they are missing 15 troops

By Daily Mail Reporter

This image shows armed Taliban militants standing over decapitated heads which they claim belong to soldiers they killed in clashes on the Pakistan border.

The Pakistani Taliban released a video showing what appeared to be the severed heads of a dozen soldiers today as security officials said 15 troops were missing following fighting with insurgents.

The clashes on Tuesday came as part of a Pakistan army operation to repel Taliban militants who had crossed over from Kunar province in Afghanistan last Friday and occupied the village of Batwar in the Bajaur tribal district.

The images were blocked by the Daily Mail.  Thankful for that.


At least 15 of our soldiers are still missing,’ a senior security official told AFP.

Another security official said ‘more or less’ that many soldiers were missing but declined to give the exact total.

Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) spokesman Sirajud Din sent AFP a video showing a militant commander posing with 12 heads arranged on the ground which he claimed were from soldiers they had killed.

‘Praise be to God that the mujahideen in Bajaur agency have managed to kill the infidel soldiers of Pakistan,’ he says.

‘Many of them were killed by bullets, 12 of them as you see have been beheaded, you see 12 heads here, and more heads are on the way.’ The commander, his face unmasked and wearing traditional tribal dress, is flanked in the footage by around a dozen armed men including one wielding a huge axe.

The video showed belongings from the dead men laid out on a sheet, including Pakistani identity cards, camouflage pattern helmets, Pakistani currency, mobile phones and bank cards.

Military sources have so far not said whether they are the missing soldiers or confirmed that those shown in the video are Pakistani troops.

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serendipitous bad luck

I ought to write this like one of those Fortunately / Unfortunately stories you used to read in grade school, but I can’t be bothered. The old Saturn slipped a cog or something this morning, leaving me stranded right in the middle of a busy local highway intersection. The transmission just ceased working. So I whipped out my cellphone, which I had had the presence of mind to bring along for once, and dialed 911. As I was finishing the call the police drove up behind me; they’d seen me stuck in the intersection making the call, and put 1 and 1 together. I’m glad our cops can do that kind of basic math. So they used their patrol SUV to push my car to the side of the road, while calling a tow truck. Who was based right down the street, so he was there in just a couple minutes. And he towed me back to his shop, which also does transmission work. And then called Enterprise to get me a renter. And Enterprise was just down the street from him. Not only did they bring me a car in 3 minutes flat, I also got a discount on it because it’s from W---’s auto shop.

So I got my stuff from the trunk, put it in the brand new Chevy ... 1350 miles on it ... and drove home. Then I looked at what they’d rented me:


Horry Clap and Crivens! There’s no CAR attached to my car!! Where am I, France? Italy??

It’s a Chevy Spark. You sit straight up in it, like driving while on the toilet. It goes vrimm! vrimm! because the engine is too small to have any actual vroom! vroom! The speedometer is the only real gauge, and the cluster next to it is all digital, and the whole instrument pod goes up and down with the steering wheel. The seat adjusts a bit too, but I have to lift the wheel all the way up if I want to see the top third of the speedometer while I’m driving. Everything inside is colored flat black. I think it’s all plastic, but it’s so dark in there I can’t tell. It also has small, angular mirrors inside and out, which give it some really large blind spots. But even with an automatic transmission it’s supposed to get 65 Billion MPG or something. And if I rev the living daylights out of it, it sort of goes. I’m guessing it’s a 1.25 liter engine? Mighty tiny. Plus it only has one door handle, but it’s a four door car. Huh??

Compared to my tired old Saturn, it’s like riding on bicycle wheels. The tires just seem so much thinner, and the whole vehicle seems so much higher up and rolly. The ride is no better, not that my 15 year old SC2 was ever famous for a soft and quiet ride. But there is plenty of headroom!

... but holy cow ... my feet are even with the front wheels, and the back wheels could not be a whole 3 feet behind my butt. And that’s the end of the car! Back wheel, bumper. Period!!! There’s no car here at all!!!

So we’ll see about the Satrun. It may just be a shifter cable. I hope.


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to hell with free speech!  oh, okay. no problem.

An arrest made over unpopular speech. Only politically correct sentiments are allowed to be expressed in our brave new world.

The guy’s thinking may be askew, but it’s what he feels and so he expressed himself on Facebook.
I think he’s being stitched up due to his very unpopular opinion. Not because he incited racial hatred.  These days where muzzies are concerned, nobody can incite anyone else to hatred because the hate already exists.  People read papers and blogs and communicate over the net and are aware of how things are.  How many times over the last few years have we read about folks or heard them express deep concern that they are losing their country?  And it isn’t all hate at all, although there is that as well of course. 

This guy approved of what the mass killer in Norway did.  Well, that’s quite a stretch really.  He thinks that killing those young people was right, because they were future liberal leftists, who he sees as responsible for the mass immigration of an alien people and culture and religion that will sink the west.  Well now, he’s correct about that and no argument there. They will eventually sink the west, because the west doesn’t have the will to protect itself in a manner necessary to insure it’s survival.  It’s much, much too busy being politically correct, as the arrest for a race crime of this man shows.  But I’ll have to hand it to the authorities.  When someone expresses an unkind and unpopular opinion, shut him down quickly.
We can not afford any of that there free speech nonsense. No sir.  The only speech that should be free is that speech approved by the police.

“To Hell With Free Speech”

Does that look familiar?

Father-of-three arrested after praising Anders Breivik for trying to stop ‘invasion by the Muslim population’ on Facebook

Philip Horn says he ‘takes his hat off to mass murderer
Horn is thought to have links with the English Defence League

By Daily Mail Reporter

A British dad has been arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred after praising mass murderer Anders Breivik on Facebook, it emerged today.

Philip Horn, 44, allegedly said on the social networking site that he ‘takes his hat off’ to the infamous gunman.

The Norwegian slaughtered 77 adults and teenagers when he bombed government buildings in Oslo and carried out a mass shooting on the island of Utoya in July last year.

Horn, a father-of-three, from Gillingham, was arrested by Kent Police on Thursday afternoon and is currently being held in custody.

Horn, who is reported to have links with the English Defence League, is also alleged to have publicly supported Breivik’s crusade to ‘protect his country from Muslims’.

The unemployed builder from Gillingham, Kent, is said to have posted a message saying: ‘Well done Anders Breivik. I take my hat off to you sir.

‘You proved you were not insane and that you are just one of many like myself who wish their country to return to the way it was before it was invaded by the Muslim population. Respect to you.’

He was also filmed by a national newspaper saying: ‘If someone came to my door in a uniform and said they were going to bang me up for six months then fine. I’m not going to retract any remarks I made.

‘To a certain extent I do defend what he’s [Breivik] done. Go back 40-50 years ago to Norway, would you have seen people walking around in burkas and all that?

‘I am a racist to a certain extent. Of course it’s wrong to kill children, but if he had to do it that way to get his point across, so be it.’

A Kent Police spokesman said: ‘During the afternoon of Thursday, August 30 a 45-year-old man from Gillingham was arrested on suspicion of inciting racial hatred.

‘He is currently in police custody.’



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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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Oh, and here's some kind of visitor flag counter thingy. Hey, all the cool blogs have one, so I should too. The Visitors Online thingy up at the top doesn't count anything, but it looks neat. It had better, since I paid actual money for it.
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