Sarah Palin knows how old the Chinese gymnasts are.

calendar   Monday - September 22, 2014

Finally, In No Uncertain Terms

“The Utter Failure of Obama”

Barack Obama is destined to be the greatest flop in American presidential history.  He is, in every sense of the word, an utter failure.
This political hack, who had the power to do anything during his first two years, could think of nothing more imaginative than (1) spending federal dollars like water based upon the ancient and failed “stimulus” idea and (2) implementing an even greater failure – ask any Briton or Canadian – of nationalized health insurance [that the majority of Americans didn’t want]
Obama, who “won” the Nobel Peace Prize almost as soon as he took office, is now officially a warmonger president [started 2 wars of his own without Congressional approval, lost 2 others that were won or nearly won. 2 and counting!]
Does Obama have the slightest ennobling quality?  Has he taken a single courageous stand on anything?

Hey, don’t forget Cash for Clunkers, the ultra-extended anti-foreclosure rules against banks in the Democrat driven Mortgage Crisis, the Beer Summit, and the dozens of other clown pratfalls brought to you by this administration. Not to mention the Big Brother level of spying on the citizens, all the “not a crisis” crises that should have lead to impeachment, the end runs around the constitution, leveraging Chief Justice Roberts to make him flip on O’care, and all the nearly daily dirty little deeds, crimes, and misdemeanors. Like arming terrorists and paying their salaries. Not to mention his total ass-hattery regarding energy policy, eg Keystone, coal industry, Solyndra, etc. Plus the hundreds of people thrown “under the bus”. Just remember, in the long run, it’s all Bush’s fault.

And he still hasn’t closed Gitmo!

It’s a nice 3 minute read. Too bad it’s not the headline article in USA Today and the NY Times.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/22/2014 at 04:12 PM   
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Hikers Horror

In The Woods? Stay With The Group, Always

A man hiking in a heavily wooded area of northern New Jersey was attacked and killed by a black bear during the weekend, police said on Monday.

Darsh Patel, 22, of Edison, New Jersey, and four friends encountered the bear on Sunday afternoon in the Apshawa Preserve, about 40 miles (64 km) northwest of New York City, according to the West Milford Township, New Jersey, police department.

The bear began to follow the hikers and they scattered, police said in a statement. Four of them regrouped but Patel was missing and they contacted police, it said. Patel’s body was found about two hours later.

Evidence at the scene indicated that the victim had been attacked by a bear,” the statement said.

A bear was located at the scene and euthanized, police said.

Black bears are common in New Jersey, where they typically are not aggressive and tend to flee from humans, according to the Department of Environmental Protection website.

I added the italics to the text above so you can read between the lines. They’re saying on the radio that the guy was half eaten.

WEST MILFORD - Current evidence suggests a black bear killed a hiker in Apshawa Preserve on Sunday. If that is the case, the incident would mark the only fatal bear attack ever recorded in New Jersey.

Police said there was evidence that Edison resident Darsh Patel, 22, had been attacked by a bear when his body was found a few hours after he had been separated from his hiking companions following a bear encounter.

Police said in a Sunday release that the five men, all from Edison, had been hiking together in the 576-acre nature preserve on Sept. 21 when they encountered a black bear that began following them.

“They became frightened and attempted to flee the area,” said West Milford police Lt. Keith Ricciardi in the release. “During the confusion the group became separated as they ran in different directions.”

Wow. That’s amazing, really. In all the centuries that people have been here, nobody ever got et by a bar before.

The Ashwara nature preserve, not even one square mile, is located about 2 miles northwest of Butler/Bloomberg NJ. The area is known for having a huge bear population. Black bears have become a nuisance there, raiding garbage cans etc. They even break into homes looking for food. When the state does have a bear hunt - sometimes it gets cancelled due to protests - this area always produces lots of bears. Waywayanda State Park, the most bear-dense part of the state, is just a couple miles north of this place.

[2013] After reaching near-extinction in the 1970s, the Garden State bear population burgeoned by the early 2000s. But as the animal population grew into the thousands with ample food sources in the nation’s most-densely populated state, officials opened up a week for bear hunting in December.

Hunts in 2003 and 2005 brought in 328 and 298 kills, respectively. After a hiatus of a few years and some battles in court, the hunt resumed in 2010 under a new, five-year bear management plan.

The latest hunts easily set records, but kill totals have dropped each year — from 592, to 469, to 287 last fall. This year’s six-day season is expected to “harvest” about 240, said a spokesman for the state Department of Environmental Protection, Larry Ragonese.

“I think we’re moving toward a better balance,” Ragonese said.

Bear contact with people decreased 20 percent from 2011 to 2012, and another 20 percent leading into this year’s hunt. Bears now number between 2,500 and 2,800 — down from the 3,400 estimated before the 2010 hunt, officials said.

Signs at the preserve parking lot mention nothing about potential bear encounters, but residents in the heavily wooded corner of Passaic County said bear sightings are common in the area, especially in spring, summer and fall. [well duh, because they hibernate in winter]

Many were shocked to hear of the fatal attack.

“Probably two, three times a week you’ll see them sometimes,” Bloomingdale resident Harvey Miller told WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell. “I was kind of scared about it.”

“We see them in our neighborhoods all the time and there’s never been any aggression towards anybody ever,” said parkgoer John Davidson. “Everyone was shocked because this has never happened.”

“I don’t feel safe at all,” one hiker told 1010 WINS’ Rebecca Granet. “I’m sure there’s bear in all the woods on all the trails but we haven’t encountered anything like this before.”

If you see bears 2 or 3 times a week all the time, your area is overrun with them.

Ironically, a long-planned seminar is being held at the township building at 7 p.m. Monday on how to coexist peacefully with black bears.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/22/2014 at 11:41 AM   
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calendar   Sunday - September 21, 2014

Canada Has A Good Idea

Canada Cancels Jihadi’s Passports

You can try and go ISIS, but you can’t come back

One of the things that can be done in our networked, digitized world. Your paper passport is really mostly only for show.

The government has begun invalidating the passports of Canadians who have left to join extremist groups in Syria and Iraq, Citizenship and Immigration Minister Chris Alexander revealed in an interview on Friday.

The minister told the National Post his department had also revoked the passports of several Canadians who had not yet left the country but who had intended to travel to the volatile region to enlist as foreign fighters.

He would not disclose the number of passports Citizenship and Immigration Canada had revoked over the conflict but said there were “multiple cases.” The government says about 30 Canadians are with extremist groups in Syria and 130 are active elsewhere.

Canada, eff yeah!!

The action means Canadian fighters in Syria and Iraq may effectively be stranded there. Their passports are no longer valid and therefore cannot be used to return to Canada. Nor could they be used to travel elsewhere.


Measures to staunch the flow of foreign fighters to Iraq and Syria are among the strategies Canada and its allies have adopted to degrade ISIS. On Friday, Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird told the United Nations Security Council, which met to discuss the situation in Iraq, that ISIS was a “terrorist army” that had blended “medieval ideology” with modern weapons. “We must also reject their nihilistic worldview wherever we find it,” he said.

Of course, to do this means the government is already keeping extra close watch on a whole lot of citizens, but being a mostly Socialist nation these days, perhaps Canadians are used to that. Maybe they like it. And it’s not like the government is throwing them out of the country or taking away their citizenship. It’s just that they’ve woken up, and realized that ISIS is rather like a bunch of pirates. An enemy of all mankind, living in stateless limbo. So if you’re with them, you’re against everyone. Including Canada. So you won’t be needing your Canadian passport then, eh? Take off, hoser!


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/21/2014 at 09:37 AM   
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Did you know the Canadians have an Air Force?

U.S. and Canadian jets intercepted eight Russian military aircraft as they neared American and Canadian airspace in two separate incidents, officials confirmed Saturday.

In both incidents the Russian aircraft never penetrated U.S. or Canadian airspace and appeared non-threatening, military officials said.

On the plus side, I love this: U.S. and American jets…


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 09/21/2014 at 04:59 AM   
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Country Nights

10 to 3 in the morning here. I’m up having a cuppa tea.

I woke up about half an hour ago to the sound of gunfire. I’m certain of it; we have a public blackpowder range less than a mile away in the next dell over, and hunters use the nature reserve a couple of fields over the other way. So I’m no stranger to the sound around here. This was closer, a few hundred yards away, and not the fast pop of shotguns or the fwump of muzzle guns. Rifles, or big pistols. It wasn’t panicked rapid fire, but it was measured. Bang. Pause, pause. Bang. Pause, pause. Bang. Pause, pause, pause. Bang. Pause. Bang. Pause, pause. Bang. Six, perhaps seven shots. The last one was closer, or pointed more this way, but all of them were the same. You know how you can hear when there’s 3 or 4 hunters going after some birds, how each one’s gun sounds a little different? No, these were all the same. And they certainly weren’t doors or windows slamming, or someone snapping sheets or towels fresh from the laundry. Twas guns.

One nice thing about semi-rural life, is that when you hear gunfire in the middle of the night (and assuming no accompanying screams, thuds, or bullet impacts you can hear), you don’t think drive by. You don’t think break in. You think geez, was it a bear, or are they going to jacklight the whole herd? because a lot of late night deer hunting goes on and we all look the other way and give thanks.  A lot of the time a deer will get itself run over when there are no witnesses, and the considerate driver will toss the carcass in the back of his truck to help keep our town clean. I guess sometimes those deer need to be mercifully dispatched.

And ten or twenty minutes goes by without hearing a siren, or any cars or trucks zooming down the roads here, so no fuss. Good. Nothing to be alarmed at. Certainly none of that overheard radio chatter from cop cars or ambulances. I’ve heard that outside my home (not here!) years ago, and lemme tell ya, it gets you right out of bed and into your pants before you even have time to think.

But now all is quiet here once again. Have a PG tea, a bit of a wee, and back to sleep for me.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/21/2014 at 01:52 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - September 20, 2014

The Musical???

It’s “Curtains” for $700,000 government show:

Climate Change, The Musical

Horry clap, these losers can waste more money on special interest crap and BS faster than you can think of it.

The curtain has come down on Climate Change: The Musical and reviews of the taxpayer-funded play about global warming are downright icy.

The play, which is actually entitled “The Great Immensity,” and was produced by Brooklyn-based theater company The Civilians, Inc. with a $700,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, ended its run early amid a storm of criticism from reviewers and lawmakers alike. It opened a year late, reached just five percent of its anticipated audience and likely fell short of its ambitious goal of informing a new generation about the perceived dangers of man-caused climate change.

Plus, it apparently wasn’t very good.

According to a plot description on the theater company’s website, “The Great Immensity” focuses on a woman named Phyllis as she tries to track down a friend who disappeared while filming an assignment for a nature show on a tropical island. During her search, she also uncovers a devious plot surrounding an international climate summit in Auckland, New Zealand.

The description touts the play as “a thrilling and timely production” with “a highly theatrical look into one of the most vital questions of our time: How can we change ourselves and our society in time to solve the enormous environmental challenges that confront us?”

Rep. Lamar Smith, R-Texas, chairman of the House Science, Space, and Technology Committee, said the dramatic debacle was a waste of public money.

“There is no doubt that the Great Immensity was a great mistake,” Smith told “The NSF used taxpayer dollars to underwrite political advocacy dressed up as a musical. And the project clearly failed to achieve any of its objectives.”



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/20/2014 at 09:10 PM   
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Too Many Lawyers

Schoolboy Shares Lunch With Friend
Gets  Suspended  Detention

Lawyers. Hoovering the fun out of life since 1970.

A 13-year-old California boy was reportedly placed in detention for sharing a school-prepared lunch with another student.

Kyle Bradford, a student at Weaverville Elementary School in Weaverville, Calif., was disciplined after sharing his chicken burrito with a friend who didn’t like the cheese sandwich he was given by the cafeteria, KRCR-TV reported.

“It seemed like he couldn’t get a normal lunch so I just wanted to give mine to him because I wasn’t really that hungry and it was just going to go in the garbage if I didn’t eat it,” Bradford told the website.

The Trinity Alps Unified School District, however, has rules that prohibit students from sharing food—claiming that students can have allergies their classmates may not be aware of, according to the website.
“We have a policy that prohibits students from exchanging meals. Of course if students are concerned about other students not having enough to eat we would definitely want to consider that, but because of safety and liability we cannot allow students to actually exchange meals,” Tom Barnett, the Superintendent of the Trinity Alps Unified School District, told the website.

Maybe so. And perhaps your policy is all for the best, in our chickenshit, litigious, pants-shitting hysterically frightened over everything modern society. But you still suck ass.

Hey, I’ve got a great idea! Mandatory allergy testing for all kids entering school. Every year. Then you take all the kids who have food allergies and put them in separate classes. Or make them wear colored patches. Brown for chocolate allergy, tan for peanut allergy, yellow for pre-diabetic/sugar intolerant, blue for corn, white for gluten, etc. Sit them at special tables in the cafeteria so nobody else brings “bad” food near them. Maybe send them all to special summer camps to train them to eat right. And they can use their time in camp to do “volunteer” community service! Why not? If you’re going to be Food Nazis, you may as well do it right.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/20/2014 at 10:56 AM   
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scotland votes NO.  the union is saved. for now.

Well, it looks as if the argument isn’t finished even if the battle is over.

This is a reference to the vote this week that has ended, at least for the next 20 years,
the issue of Scotland as an independent state.

The votes came in and in spite of Scotland giving the vote to 16 year olds and up, the Yes campaign lost.

People turned out in record numbers, something like 85% I have heard, went to the polls.

Scotland has a very much socialist bent, and a popular (I’ve been led to believe) anti nuke attitude.  It was expected at one point, according to some “experts”, that the dreamy eyed romantic youth would carry the day for the Yes side.  And the yoot certainly did turn out.  Many with I suppose the knowledge of past battles from antiquity with images of Mel Gibson leading the charge.
Well, the kids turned out okay, but I got an education last night listening to many of them interviewed.  What I heard was a very savvy and mostly very articulate group of young people who I would hesitate to refer to as kids.  I was a still a kid at 16 back when the dinosaurs roamed.  These weren’t kids at all.  Over time I have fallen into the trap I think, of assuming based on news stories of the thugs in that age group, that they were all pretty much the same except for a very small minority.  Bad on me for that.

So anyway …..  the papers and radio news and panels of speakers of every political persuasion are offering opinions and some predictions for what the future may hold.

When things were looking the bleakest for the ‘No’ to independence vote, when it looked like the ‘Yes’ folks would carry the day on the day when it counted most, the heads of the three main political parties here went grovelling on hands and knees to Scotland. They carried with them, party bags filled with promises of greater power in the hands of the Scottish parliament and assorted other goodies.  The fear was very real.  The break up of a union that has held for over 300 years. 

So for now, it’s over. Sort of.  Because one headline today reads; Unionist truce collapses over English ‘home rule’

And that’s whole other subject I won’t go into here.

Meanwhile, here’s a bit from the Telegraph this morning.
Outta the mouths of babes?

In years to come, they may have a change of heart when considering little things like, middle age, old age, health care, who pays for it? And how?
Kinda wish I could still be here for that.

For schoolyard voters, the Scottish independence argument has only just begun

Half of Scotland’s newly enfranchised electorate – the 16 and 17-year-olds granted a vote by Alex Salmond - are relieved. The other half are ‘devastated’, ‘gutted’, ‘raging’

By Fraser Nelson
The Telegraph

If the seniors of Nairn Academy looked more tired and grumpy than usual, they had reason. Some hadn’t been to bed, others had been watching the news since 4am and many had already spent hours arguing about the future of British democracy on Facebook.
They are part of Scotland’s newly enfranchised electorate – the 16 and 17-year-olds granted a vote by Alex Salmond. When I meet them, the morning after the vote, half are relieved about the decisive “no” result and the other half are – well, they have several words for it.

“I’m devastated,” says Rebecca Liddle. “If Westminster launches another illegal war, or the NHS gets sold off, then I want complete silence from anyone who voted ‘No’. They had their chance.” She says she will not be able to sing Flower of Scotland again – her countrymen, she laments, are obviously not as brave as she thought.

Last November, the pupils of Nairn Academy rejected independence in a mock referendum by 71 per cent. As a former pupil, I was much encouraged – seeing it as a sign that a globally minded generation had no time for a Braveheart generation’s notion of independence.

This time, though, opinion has shifted firmly towards separation. When I ask if it’s closer to 50/50 now, Eilidh Innes corrects me: closer to 53/47 she says.
The quibble would sound ridiculous if the argument had not dominated the school. They have argued about it in the canteen and on social media. “If I found a No campaigner, and he ever raised a point I couldn’t answer, I’d go online to find out why he was wrong,” says Ruaridh Swainson. The taunts used on Facebook tend to involve words like “ignorant” and “uneducated”. To defend themselves against such slurs, 16-year-olds started learning and arguing about the relative merits of a central bank.

None of this was allowed to be taught in school. Highland council issued a strict ban on any staff discussing the referendum – or even encouraging students to vote. Any teacher with a Yes or No sticker on their car had to leave it at home: the pupils were on their own. But they took pride in holding their own discussions with adults who thought they were too immature to handle the debate.

Eilidh Innes worked in a hairdressing salon over summer, and says customers who found out she was a No supporter said she was too young to vote. “But if you ask me, a lot of them are too old to vote. If a 60-year-old votes for independence, they won’t have to live with the consequences for as long as I will.”
Strikingly, many of the pupils think this referendum was a warm-up, with another just 10 or 15 years away.

When I was growing up in Nairn, there were plenty of English children. The idea that there was any difference between us would have seemed bizarre, not offensive. But one English-born pupil tells me she is teased for being an “immigrant” and only half-jokingly threatened with deportation. This is a sign of the ferocity of the debate, ending up with some teenagers defining themselves with labels they barely knew existed a year ago.
“That’s why this debate wont go away now,” says Rebecca Liddle. “This argument is just getting started.”

SCOTLAND VOTES NO to Independence


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/20/2014 at 05:25 AM   
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calendar   Friday - September 19, 2014

We Are All The Problem, Not Him

a man who believes that his failures are not the problem ...

... It’s other people becoming aware of those failures that concerns him and forces him into addressing them. ISIS isn’t the problem: America is.

ISIS is to Obama as Monica was to Bill Clinton. They’re both the dirty little secrets of powerful men that they did everything possible to hide. And once that was no longer an option, they quibbled over words.

Denial only works until reality forcibly intrudes. Even with a friendly media, the philandering of the President of the United States couldn’t continue indefinitely. And even with a friendly media, the rise of a new generation of Al Qaeda after the Arab Spring wouldn’t stay buried in the back pages forever.

It was only a matter of time until everyone knew.

A nice little essay on the denial of reality over at Sultan Knish.


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A Fresh Bowl Of Crowder

A Spanking New Release From Steve Crowder


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/19/2014 at 09:41 AM   
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Dirty dirty. Sexy sexy. Hot tails and no panties.

With loads and loads of civilization destroying violence.

Plus optional rocket backpacks.

Like ISIS, it’s taking the world by storm.

New versions for your iPhone and Android coming soon.

See More Below The Fold


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calendar   Thursday - September 18, 2014




Suki Waterhouse, 22 year old model, is the new face to push Burberry’s new foundation and powder. Because she needs to use it so much. Not. 


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/18/2014 at 01:23 PM   
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Too Much Temptation For ISIS

Modest Is Hottest:

ISIS puts pants on goats to reduce the temptation


free and natural goats climbing trees to avoid unwanted advances from ISIS perverts

The northern Syrian city of Raqqa is at the centre of an intelligence gathering operation to find Jihadi John.

Dubbed the ‘heart of evil’ by Special Forces, it is effectively capital of the self-proclaimed Islamic State.

Raqqa, on the north bank of the Euphrates, is the headquarters of IS and base to leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
In the months since IS militants imposed Sharia law, thieves have had their hands hacked off and opponents have been crucified or beheaded.

Music has been banned.

Smoking is now forbidden, women must wear the full veil and there have been reports of people being stoned to death.

Even goats have had their genitals covered.

It is said that if you are on the streets at prayer time, you risk your life.

One resident said: ‘They banned the sale of alcohol, they tried to close cafes where boys and girls sit together, they banned street theatre, cinema, bright colours and forced women to wear Islamic dress.

‘They are the new dictators, just like Bashar al-Assad, but dressed in black.’

No booze, no babes, no smokes, no tunes, no shows, no fashion. And now, no late night forbidden naughty naughty with the herd. What’s a poor jihadi to do?

image image image image image image 

to paraphrase the guy from the Six Flags theme park ads: “ISIS - more flags, less fun!”



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I say, Off With Their Heads

Aussies Catch 15 ISIS Jihadis

Australian counterterrorism forces detained 15 people Thursday in a series of suburban raids after receiving intelligence that the Islamic State militant group was planning public beheadings in two Australian cities to demonstrate its reach.

About 800 federal and state police officers raided more than a dozen properties across 12 Sydney suburbs as part of the operation—the largest in Australian history, Australian Federal Police Deputy Commissioner Andrew Colvin told the Associated Press. A sword was removed as part of evidence at one of the homes.

Separate raids in the eastern cities of Brisbane and Logan were also conducted.

The Australian Broadcasting Corporation reported that the plan involved kidnapping randomly selected members of the public off the streets in Sydney and Brisbane, beheading them on camera, and releasing the recordings through Islamic State’s propaganda arm in the Middle East.

Later Thursday, Attorney General George Brandis confirmed that a person born in Afghanistan who had spent time in Australia and is now working with the Islamic State group in the Middle East ordered supporters in Australia to behead people and videotape the killings.

“If the ... police had not acted today, there is a likelihood that this would have happened,” Brandis told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation.

A crowd of around 300 people protested the raids at a rally in Sydney on Thursday night.

Uthman Badar, a spokesman for the Islamist group Hizt ut-Tahrir, warned of a growing unrest within Australia’s Muslim community.

“We are tired of being made scapegoats. The government is the terrorist,” he said in front of supporters wearing anti-government placards, according to

“We would be fools to think we can now wake up and feel safer,” he added. “We are not fools to be deceived. There is anger in the community. We have been victimized for years and years.”

Really? Well go the hell home then. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. You think you’re a victim now? Just wait until your butt-buddies actually give an Ozzie the chop.

The government raised its terrorism threat last week from “crikey” [medium] to “strewth” [high] on a four-tier scale on the advice of the Australian Security Intelligence Organization. The domestic spy agency’s Director-General David Irvine said the threat had been rising over the past year, mainly due to Australians joining ISIS to fight in Syria and Iraq.


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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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