Sarah Palin is allowed first dibs on Alaskan wolfpack kills.

calendar   Sunday - June 22, 2014

open borders and the right to migrate

OK this article is not new. It’s a month old however, it isn’t over yet.
You would be correct to in thinking it is on going. As in, has been going on for a few years now. Probably more.
The Italians are frustrated at the influx of refugees, most who are not legal, flooding their borders.  I have in the past, posted the photos of the dark mass climbing the fences.
Recently there has been some good news on that front.  At least 90 of the turds went glub,glub when their boat capsized in rough seas. The really bad news is, some 115 were saved. Which of course means the Italians have yet more to house, clothe and feed.  I don’t suppose they have given any thought to feeding them lead.
An important thing you need to know about these folks and why the frustration and the angst. Like the many before them, they think they have a god given right to be in Italy, and any other place in Europe. Especially the UK.
We keep hearing about the wealth they bring in taxes (when they can find work), but what they mostly bring is disease, destitution and crime.
It can not be said they don’t create jobs though.  Oh yeah.  Civil rights lawyers are kept fairly busy on that front. So that’s one group that will do well by them.
Meanwhile over in France, they are still facing the problem of migrants (mostly Roma and others of the same kind) who are flooding the country and trying to get into the UK. And too many do. Like the Italians, the French are threatening to allow all sorts of vermin the freedom to go to other countries, so long as they leave France. The problem is acute, and the French say they need more help, especially as EU member states are more or less held to certain rules and regs regarding the free movement of EU citizens, as well as refugees from turd world countries.
It’s an unholy mess people. It truly is, and it does not look like there is any good news on this issue that is forthcoming.  Well, except when some of them go swimming and sink.

Italy threatens release of refugees into EU if assistance doesn’t increase

Italy is threatening to allow refugees currently residing within its borders to make forays into the rest of the European Union unless the EU increases assistance in managing the influx of migrants arriving via boats from North Africa.
Interior Minister Angelino Alfano demanded on Tuesday that the EU step up its efforts.

“The European Union has two options: either it comes to the Mediterranean to put the EU flag onMare Nostrum or we will let migrants with right of asylum leave for other countries,” Alfano wrote on Twitter.

The demand comes shortly after the Italian Navy was forced to rescue some 200 refugees and retrieve 17 bodies after a boat carrying African migrants sunk off the coast of Libya. The accident happened on Monday, some 100 miles south of the Italian island of Lampedusa. Four-hundred people were thought to be trying to attempt the crossing from Libya.

The European Commissioner for Home Affairs, Cecilia Malmstrom, did not immediately respond to Reuters’ request for a statement.

On Monday, the Libyan government also said it was struggling to cope with immigrants attempting to depart the country’s shores for Europe.

“This was the second shipwreck in a week,” Admiral Mario Culcasi, commander of the Mare Nostrum task force set up to deal with the crisis, told Reuters. “They are a symptom perhaps of the difficulties that the smugglers are facing, above all in finding seaworthy boats,” he said.

Libyan Interior Minister Salah Mazek told a news conference last weekend, before the tragedy struck, that: “I’m warning the world and Europe in particular – if they do not assume their responsibilities, Libya could facilitate the transit of this flood of immigrants towards Europe.”

More than 4,000 migrants concealed in smugglers boats made it to Italy’s shores in the past week alone. At least 34,800 people have made the crossing already this year – compared to 43,000 across the whole of 2013.
Hundreds have died in overcrowded, rickety, and unstable boats while attempting the crossing. UN refugee agency UNHCR says it is uncertain why there has been a spike in immigrant numbers this year, though some have concluded that it is a result of Egypt becoming less accommodating for Syrian refugees, as well as Morocco becoming an increasingly difficult location from which to travel to Europe.

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calendar   Saturday - June 21, 2014

Somewhere in Germany



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 06/21/2014 at 09:16 PM   
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wiped out again

Damn it all. I hate getting older. I’ve got no strength, no energy, no endurance any more. Strewth, when I was 23 I could work like a madman for 15 hours with hardly a break. Forget that these days. If I can go at it for an hour at a light pace it’s almost a miracle.

Ok. Central garden area is done. Done. Filled in with good soil, everything. Ready to plant. And if my tendonitis wasn’t so effin’ annoying in my right forearm, I’d be out there now. But I can’t do it. And that pisses me off.  This one week garden project is already in it’s 7th week. Crivens. Grandpa. May as well get some of those official Old Guy high water pants with the waistline up around the armpits. And start wearing argyle socks with leather slippers everywhere.

And I got my Saturday job done. Hey, maybe dinner would be a good idea? It’s only 8:30.



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Suicide Bomber

This is what a suicide bomber looks like after completing his mission. Very graphic. Posted below the fold. If you lose your breakfast/lunch/dinner you can’t say I didn’t warn you.

See More Below The Fold


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This is how I view the Obama “Administration”


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calendar   Friday - June 20, 2014

gender neutral the word from Vancouver, transgender kindergardens with separate bathrooms.

Vancouver, Canada. School row on transgender terms

The Vancouver school board is introducing gender-neutral pronouns ‘xe’, ‘xem’, and ‘xyr’ to help support transgender students.
Meanwhile, controversy is raging over its plans to introduce separate bathrooms for transgender students in all schools, including kindergardens.

And that people …. is our politically correct world today.
Stay tuned cos you know there’s more to come and possibly on a grander scale.

In other news and from the USA …. a few might be interested but the question will be, will anybody actually want one?

Harley is working on an electric motorcycle which will be on show in NY next week.
They plan a 30 state ride to collect further info and estimate another 3 or 4 years of research in the works before going into production.

Whodda thought.  An electric Harley. I’m not a marketing guy so I shouldn’t make too serious an opinion here but.  Will there really be a market for an item like that?
When I think Harley I imagine ,, Vrooooooooommmm.
I don’t hear ,, hum,hum,hummmmmmmmmmm, in association with Harley.


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calendar   Thursday - June 19, 2014

tired of being wet and tired


secret plinths just barely visible, soon to be covered over with soil


level this way, level that way, square to the patio: it’s a plumb miracle!

I worked the outer edgers into place for the lower central garden, got them right, then glued them up and clamped them. The clamps will stay on 4 days or longer until the adhesive fully hardens.

These outer stones aren’t plinthed, but they are dug down so deep that the left end is just about flush with the ground.

I know it doesn’t look like much, but if you look closely at the second picture you can see that the line of stones is plumb. And that was pretty damn hard to do.

Right. It’s raining again, and I’ve had my fill of it. So that’s it for the day. This time I was smart, and put a lid over the bucket of sifted dry soil. I guess tomorrow, depending on how much it rains today, I’ll sift out another 3 buckets worth.

That gets mixed in with bagged topsoil and fertilizer, and goes in that great big hole when the clamps come off. And then it’s a garden, ready to plant.

And I can start on the next section, just uphill from there. The path stones will be dug in an inch or two, probably next year when this soil has compacted and hardened up some. And the next section of edgers will be about 4” taller, as the no-it’s-not-a-wall steps its way up the side of the hill.

Time for lunch I think ... though it’s probably closer to dinner time. This is slow work.

UPDATE: Rip it out, do it over

I showed my progress to my wife. “It’s not really level” she tells me. Gee, thanks. I was pissed.


But she was right. It was within the 1 degree line, but no, it wasn’t exactly dead bubble effing perfect. And then it rained more last night. And the ground settled a bit. And I got up today to the “jaggies”; all these blocks had tilted a little bit to the right, so while it was still a level line across them all, visually it looked notchy, like a staircase laid on it’s side. I fussed with it a little, and then ripped it all out. Not good enough.

So I’m gluing up 2 pair of blocks to each other, each pair absolutely square. And I dug down in the dirt a little more, and put in a 3 foot long painted 1x4 scrap board. It won’t last forever, but it will work as a little plinth, and it will last at least 7 years. And I’ve got temporary stones laid on it, and they’re perfect. So I guess that will do it.


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calendar   Wednesday - June 18, 2014

bizzy day

Spent 4 or so hours today, working slowly in the garden. All that wet dirt has dried now, mostly, but it dried in great hard clumps. So I’ve got to whack it and chop it first, then work it through the sifter. And that takes even longer. I still managed to do nearly 2 full bins worth today, in addition to setting up the outer edgers for the center of the garden. And I finished planting the lower middle bed. Hurrah. It’s coming. Slowly, but it’s coming.

And I was right about needing extra soil. If I took out 4 full 19 gallon bins of soil out of the middle, and a quarter of it sifts out as rocks, and I put 1/2 a sifted bin in the lower garden, and 2 3/4 full sifted bins in the middle area, will I have enough with the addition of 120lb (3.5 cu ft) of fertilizer and bagged topsoil? I figure I’ve got one full bin to sift up, but I might be able to steal a bit of dirt from that spot and make it a bin and a half. It’s going to be very close I think.

OK, time to hit the showers and then it’s off to bowling. Let’s see if we can’t win all 7 points like we did last week. Woo hoo!!

BOWLING update: We went 4-3. On the other team, K and his mom came out hot, and it took us the first game to get warmed up. So we lost that one by a little bit. After that, games 2 & 3, we were steady and kept a small lead throughout most of the games. Nothing exciting, just another night at the bowling alley.


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calendar   Tuesday - June 17, 2014




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just because

Because Goat On A Pole is so old school.

So here’s Goat On A Quad.



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Falling In Like


I don’t subscribe to Glenn Beck’s ,The Blaze TV channel. I don’t even stop by to read The Blaze every day, and I ought to. It’s pretty darn good.

But I heard this young woman this morning on Fox News, while I was out in the kitchen putting together my coffee, and I found myself fairly impressed with what she had to say. Then I came out to the living room and saw who was doing the talking. Horry Kow!! Ellison Barber, a fairly recent graduate of the excellent little Wofford College in Spartanburg SC, is a journalist for The Washington Free Beacon, an online newspaper that bears looking into. She also has a frequent column at The Blaze, and is a regular guest opinionator on Fox News. So it’s a fair guess she’s at least a bit on the Conservative side.  rolleyes  And smart, and sharp as a tack. Love it.

But my goodness, ain’t she also insanely good looking?

I personally don’t buy the IRS’s “dog ate my homework” BS that they lost 2 full years of Lerner’s emails. B.  S.  And there isn’t a computer network manager anywhere in the world who buys it either. Horse. Hockey. Plus, this is the government. They have all the money in the world for the greatest and latest digital systems. Daily backups, incremental backups, constant snapshots. RAID. Mirrors. Islanding. Plus it’s all but impossible for just one person’s email to evaporate. Your computer crashed? Who cares? You only have a copy of them; they live on the server. Forever. And if all the email of the whole damn office was going bye-bye on a regular basis, they would have had a team of IT wonks in working on it instantly, 2 years minus 2 hours ago. Better yet, it’s nearly impossible to go in to a system like that and “accidentally” kill one person’s email and not leave muddy footprints everywhere. Even assuming they could also track down and eliminate every single branch email - all the people that got CCed and BCCed on whatever mail she participated in - even if they could do that, every last backup file, data island, and even tape mount has an automatic access log with a time stamp and an authorization code on it. And the systems that run the data silos have usage logs too. So it’s utter crap. Any IT wonk could go into that system, and in an hour tell you who did the deletions and when. Assuming they were actually done, and Lerner’s email did really get wiped. Personally, I expect they’re on a portable HD in the drawing room side table, right next to Hillary’s Whitewater papers that nobody could find for 7 years.

Total Shenanigans. Arrest her, arrest the entire IT staff of the IRS, arrest their management chain, and throw them all in jail for Contempt of Congress. And let them rot. Fire the whole damn bunch and start proceedings to fine them every last cent of their life assets. Someone will talk. They ain’t the boss of us: WE ARE THE BOSS OF THEM. Public SERVANTS. Get it? Not one keystroke they make, not one Post-It used, not one swish of a white board marker, that shouldn’t be open to public scrutiny on demand. And Congress IS the demand that makes it go.

This is the Lie Of The Year, just as big, just as blatant as “If you like your doctor/medical plan, you can keep it.”

I owe no allegiance to liars.


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calendar   Monday - June 16, 2014

you can’t hang mud on the clothesline to dry

A bit of an “oops” moment in the never ending, massive garden project. All those bins of dirt I dug up? Yeah, well I was going to sift them today and put about half of it back in place. Except I didn’t make the mental connection about what happens to big piles of dirt in large plastic bins when it rains. Duh. One or two shovel loads off the top, and then suddenly the whole thing is mud. Thick, gloopy, gelatinous mud. Ruh roh. And you can’t sift mud. So I dragged all the bins down to the bottom of the hill, and spread out about half a ton of slop on the bare ground to dry in the sun. Give it a couple days, and it will be fine .

But for today, the garden work will be pretty much limited to planting a flat of begonias.

Grrr, there’s a tiny voice in the back of my head saying “just leave that mud stuff there, you wanted to put a whole bunch of dirt in that area anyway. So get buy more topsoil; $50 will get you 2 car loads, bumpers dragging on the ground.” Bad voices in my head, bad!!  Because the voice is right, but I want to get all the damn rocks out first!!!


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Difficult days not to mention nights. What the heck. Many have worse than a nagging back ache.

Allow me to introduce you to a loving, kind and civilized family member.
Not mine thankfully.
Just another member of the ROP.

Meriam Ibrahim, the woman sentenced to death for apostasy, was “given a magic potion” to bewitch her into leaving Islam – and should be executed for doing so, her brother has said.
Al Samani Al Hadi Mohamed Abdullah said that he denounced his sister to the authorities because his family are “Muslim people.” He claimed that Ms Ibrahim, 27, was born as Abrar Al Hadi but changed her name when she was drugged by her husband, Daniel Wani. And he said that, if she did not return to the devout family fold, she should be hanged.
Well heck. What’s a god fearing brother to do after all?
She said she always followed her mother’s faith, which was Christian. Which naturally made her case all the worse. 

Here’s the link if interested. As you’ll note, I am some days late so you may have seen it already.


What a world we now inhabit.
Last month there was an accident on a freeway in which it was reported that 1500 chickens were killed.

Here’s a link to the idiocy where you will find video. I haven’t bothered to look at any videos so if you do, let us know if worth seeing.
I do seriously believe that the fruitcakes at PETA were not kidding. I could be wrong of course.


1,500 chickens killed in lorry crash ‘deserve memorial’: Animal rights campaigners call for commemoration after M62 accident branded ‘idiocy’ by drivers
· Several hundred live birds escaped on to the M62 motorway after the crash
· Accident took place at 4.15am near Eccles Interchange, Great Manchester
· Lorry was carrying 6,000 chickens when it shed its load on to motorway
· The M62 has been shut eastbound as workers try to round up the chickens
· Commuters took to Twitter to discuss and complain about the incident
By John Hall

And maybe another reason to avoid a visit to the doctor.
He’ll only send you to a vet.
I couldn’t make this up.

Doctor told mum: I can’t treat your girl ... take her to a vet! GP gave up trying to extract tick from 5-year-old’s head
· Paula Binns took five-year-old Lilyanna to the GP after noticing the tiny parasite on her head while she plaited her hair
· She has made a formal complaint claiming the doctor at the practice in Walkden told her to seek advice from a vet instead
· 26-year-old said the family contacted a vet who said they could not help
· A neighbour eventually removed the tick using tweezers
· Blood-sucking parasites can infect humans with debilitating Lyme disease
By James Tozer

When the family contacted a vet’s practice, they were told it did not treat humans but could supply a tick removal tool. Lilyanna’s discomfort was eventually relieved by a neighbour who sterilised tweezers and extracted the parasite.
Yesterday Miss Binns, from Walkden, Salford, said: ‘My daughter’s a human being, not an animal – it’s a shocking way to treat a little girl.’



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calendar   Sunday - June 15, 2014

Hey, Ya Don’t Think There’s A Connection Do Ya?

California Declares Whooping Cough Epidemic

California is being hit hard with a whooping cough epidemic, according to the state’s public health department, with 800 cases reported in the past two weeks alone.

The agency says that there were 3,458 whooping cough cases reported between January 1 and June 10, well ahead of the number of cases reported for all of 2013.

This is a problem of “epidemic proportions,” the department said. And the number of actual cases may be even higher, because past studies have shown that for every case of whooping cough that is reported, there are 10 more that are not officially counted.

Whooping cough, known to doctors as pertussis, is a highly contagious respiratory infection that is caused by a bacterium known as Bordetella pertussis.

The popular name for the disease comes from the whooping sound an infected person makes when gasping for breath after a coughing fit.

The bacteria spreads through coughing and sneezing. One person can infect up to 15 people nearby, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Typically symptoms appear an average of seven to 10 days after exposure.

Infants and young children are more vulnerable to the disease than other age groups. It can be particularly dangerous for babies. About half of the infants who get whooping cough end up in a hospital. Some cases are fatal.

That’s why the public health department in California is strongly urging people to make sure their vaccinations are up to date, especially if they’re pregnant. State health officials are working closely with schools and local health departments to spread the word.

[September 12, 2013] Texas whooping cough cases reaching epidemic levels Illegal immigration link not discussed
Headlines across the country are describing Texas’ growing cases of whooping cough as approaching epidemic proportions. Per Reuters, while 49 states reported an increase in whooping cough cases last year, most states have experienced declines so far this year except for Texas. Last week Department of State Health Services officials issued an alert urging doctors to screen for whooping cough and encouraging residents to get vaccinated.
While traditional media sources report researchers as attributing the rise in whooping cough cases to a new type of pertussis vaccine considered safer but less effective over time along with reduced rates of inoculations, one has to also wonder the impact of illegal immigration.

[ October 1, 2013 ]Whooping cough outbreak a possibility in Tucson

Southern Arizona may be on the verge of a whooping cough outbreak, according to doctors at the University of Arizona Medical Center.

Whooping cough, or pertussis, is a highly contagious respiratory infection that causes severe coughing fits that leave sufferers gasping, or “whooping,” for air. A higher than average number of cases in Pima County this year has raised concern about an impending outbreak.

“Pertussis outbreaks occur about every three to five years, and we’re due for one,” said Dr. Sean Elliott, medical director of infection prevention for the UA Health Network.

Hospitals in Pima County usually see about 40 to 50 cases of the disease annually, Elliott said, adding that during an outbreak, the number could surge to 10 to 100 times that amount.

Currently, Texas is experiencing a pertussis outbreak, as California did last year, he said.

“It may be that we’re on the brink of an outbreak … or that we’ll see it in the next year or so,” Elliott said, adding that early fall and winter are usually the months with the highest incidence of pertussis.

So in 2012 California had a major outbreak of whooping cough, and now in 2014 they have an epidemic of it. Whether it took that long to gain momentum, or is a new wave of disease, I don’t know.

[ June 9, 2014 ] MCALLEN, TX - There’s a growing health concern with hundreds of illegal immigrants crossing over into southern Texas. U.S. Border Patrol agents are worried that what’s coming over into the U.S. could harm everyone.

This time the focus is not on the women and children that are crossing over in droves. Agents are worrying about a viral outbreak.

“We are sending people everywhere. The average person doesn’t know what’s going on down here,” said Border Patrol agent and Rio Grande Valley Union representative Chris Cabrera.

Cabrera says agents are seeing illegal immigrants come over with contagious infections. Detention centers and holding facilities have quarantined areas for those who come in sick. But Cabrera says the sick and healthy are separated only by caution tape.

“There’s been an outbreak of scabies that’s been going on for the past month,” Cabrera said.

Texas border resident Jorge Garcia says word about the contagious skin infection is getting around.

“Our Border Patrol agents check on us all the time and they told us about the outbreak of scabies,” Garcia said.

Cabrera says the sickness doesn’t stop at scabies.

“We are starting to see chicken pox, MRSA staph infections, we are starting to see different viruses,” Cabrera said.

[ June 12, 2005 ] Whooping cough outbreak linked to illegals
The American Academy of Pediatrics is warning of the worst outbreak of whooping cough in 40 years, while those concerned about border control see it as more evidence that vanquished diseases are spreading due to widespread illegal immigration.

Whooping Cough, or pertussis, is particularly dangerous for children and can be fatal in infants, warns the doctors group.
A rise in diseases such as whooping cough, tuberculosis, malaria, measles and even leprosy are creating public health concerns and have hit hospitals and health care systems already financially burdened by indigent illegals flooding emergency rooms and urgent care centers.

Madeleine Pelner Cosman, author of a report in the spring issue of the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons, is one of those professionals who has linked the increase in diseases with illegal immigration.

“Certain diseases that we thought we had vanquished years ago are coming back, and other diseases that we’ve never seen or rarely seen in America, because they’ve always been the diseases of poverty and the third world, are coming in now,” she said.

As WorldNetDaily reported last month, even leprosy is suddenly on the radar of health officials.

Cosman recommends closing the border to all illegal traffic, rescinding the citizenship of “anchor babies,” those born in the U.S. to parents of illegals, and making the aiding and abetting of illegals a crime and an end to all future amnesty programs.

Good thing Cosman said that when Bush was President. Assuming she still has a job today, such an un-PC utterance would get her fired, tarred and feathered, and sentenced to live in Wasilla Alaska these days.

[ Spetember 16, 2010 ]
A number of readers have contacted The Times wanting to know more about the whooping cough outbreak and who has been affected by the severe bacterial disease. State officials said this week that the epidemic is now the worst in the state for pertussis in 55 years, killing nine people, all infants younger than 3 months of age.

Question: What role have illegal immigrants played in spreading whooping cough in California?

Answer: Ken August, a spokesman for the California Department of Public Health, said state officials do not believe there is any connection between immigration and the whooping cough outbreak.

“We absolutely do not think either legal or illegal immigration has anything to do with the California pertussis epidemic,” August said.

... like I said ...

Gosh ... 2010, 2012, 2013, now 2014 ... sounds like California has been having a non-stop epidemic for at least 4 years now! OTOH, California is the heartland of the anti-vaccination movement.


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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:
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  2. Stay involved with government on every level and don't let those bastards get away with a thing
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