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calendar   Friday - September 05, 2014

sounds about right

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oooh, das rayciss!!

from The Political Commentator


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/05/2014 at 03:48 PM   
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pat condell ….. the enemy within

I’ve nothing to add that would be worth reading. Pat says it all.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/05/2014 at 11:12 AM   
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Would You Believe?

Classic Don Adams, as Agent 86 in the old Get Smart sitcom ...

Smart: At the moment, seven Coast Guard cutters are converging on us. Would you believe it?

Mr Big: I find that hard to believe.

Smart: Hmmm . . . Would you believe six?

Mr Big: I don’t think so.

Smart: How about two cops in a rowboat?


A hacker broke into part of the HealthCare.gov insurance enrollment website in July and uploaded malicious software, according to federal officials.

Investigators found no evidence that consumers’ personal data was taken in the breach, federal officials said. The hacker appears only to have accessed a server used to test code for HealthCare.gov. The Department of Health and Human Services discovered the attack last week.

An HHS official said the attack appears to mark the first successful intrusion into the website, where millions of Americans bought insurance starting last year under the Affordable Care Act. It raised concerns among federal officials because of how easily the intruder gained access and how much damage could have occurred.

“Our review indicates that the server did not contain consumer personal information; data was not transmitted outside the agency, and the website was not specifically targeted,” the Department of Health and Human Services said in a written statement. “We have taken measures to further strengthen security.”


“Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”
- The White Queen, Through The Looking Glass




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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/05/2014 at 10:27 AM   
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So Junior Varsity

ISIS: So “JV” That They Already Have Tax Collectors

IRBIL, Iraq — The self-styled Islamic State has consolidated its control over much of the desert in eastern Syria and western Iraq by following a rule that’s governed in that austere region for a millennium: Don’t interfere with the ability of local Sunni Muslim tribes to make a living through trade.

Now that the Islamic State controls virtually all of central and northern Iraq, as well as most of eastern Syria and Iraq’s western Anbar province, it’s making sure nothing gets in the way of the ability of tribal businessmen continuing to make use of the main trade arteries that connect Jordan and Syria with Baghdad.

It’s also found a new source of revenue in the effort: tax collections on the goods, which range from bootleg gasoline to livestock and even consumer goods that stock Baghdad’s markets.

Not only does the Islamic State offer protection from bandits, but its tax collectors also provide traders with paperwork that shows they’ve paid Islamic State taxes as well as counterfeit government tax receipts that truckers can show to Iraqi army checkpoints, which allow them to pass without further payments.

The system is in place at the Waleed Crossing, which links Jordan to Iraq, and the Tanif Crossing, which links Iraq to the Syrian capital of Damascus as well as the Islamic State-controlled Syrian cities of Deir el Zour and Raqqa, according to truckers and merchants who described the process to McClatchy.

Their accounts of an efficient quasi-government structure fit with the portrait painted of the Islamic State as an organization with a businesslike penchant for record-keeping and systems that’s made it perhaps the wealthiest terrorist group the world has ever known.

The Iraqi army apparently accepts the receipt knowing full well that the taxes, invoiced on a fake government document, went instead to the Islamic State.

Since it declared a caliphate in late June in the area it controls _ a region as large as Jordan with a population of at least 6 million _ the Islamic State has felt comfortable increasing the taxes, from $300 for a load of foodstuffs and $400 for a load of electronics to a flat $800 per truck, said Mahmoud Murdi Hammad, 52, a driver from Ramadi, the capital of Anbar province.

“The Islamic State reaps thousands of dollars every day as a result of taxes from us truck drivers,” he said. “But to keep good relations with the tribes who control the routes, the Islamic State ensures the proper paperwork so the merchants pay the taxes, not us. We do not lose anything.”

Doesn’t sound like ISIS is going anywhere soon. File this one under “Meet the new boss, same as the old boss”.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/05/2014 at 09:57 AM   
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brave act by homeowner drives, off three thugs armed with …. his briefcase.  see video at link

This happened in 2010, but the video and reporting has only now surfaced.

What a system.  One of the thugs was sentenced at a “young offenders” institution.
He was 20.  Youth offender? Youth?
Just one of many reasons the so called ‘justice system’ just does not work.

There’s a video at the link of the householder defending and driving off three armed scum.

Interesting

Take a look.

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· Andrew Adamson, 59, returned home to find three burglars inside his house
· Masked intruders armed with crow bars had forced way into Kettering home
· Father-of-three bravely fought off thugs while still dressed in dinner jacket
· He said: ‘I was not just going to let them stand by and ransack my house’

· ’I did what any good husband would do - I wanted to protect my home and protect my wife. There was no way I was going to let them go without a fight’
By Emma Glanfield for MailOnline

This is the incredible moment a brave great-grandfather fought off three crowbar-wielding thugs while still dressed in his dinner suit after he returned home to find his house being burgled.

Businessman Andrew Adamson, 59, was returning home from a social event with his wife Liz, 58, when he noticed his front door had been forced open and three intruders were inside his property.

CCTV footage, taken from an alleyway outside his home in Kettering, Northamptonshire, captured the terrifying incident and shows the three masked suspects threatening Mr Adamson with a 2ft long crowbar.

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The shocking footage has been revealed for the first time after two of the three gang members were jailed for the aggravated burglary.
Mr Adamson, whose wife Liz ran for help as soon as she realised the property was being burgled, was still wearing his dinner jacket and carrying a briefcase when he fought off the attackers.

The father-of-three struggled with the men in the alleyway, outside his front door, and didn’t even back down when they threatened him with the crowbar and a razor blade.

Incredibly, he took on all three of the men entirely by himself and managed to eject them from his property one-by-one before they scarpered down the alley.

‘I was not just going to let them stand by and ransack my house - I did what any good husband would do. I wanted to protect my home and protect my wife.
‘There was no way I was going to let them go without a fight. They say an Englishman’s home is his castle - but I think I just acted on instinct.

‘I was not going to let them get away with it - and somehow I managed to turf them all out of the house one by one.’

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Another valid reason for ppl to be armed. By which of course I mean guns. The perps are most likely now out and walking around looking for their next victim. How much better it would have been, if this old fellow had a gun and was able to delete all three of the scum. A benefit to society.
He was damn lucky.  There have been numerous cases where the homeowner died and wasn’t even engaged in a fight.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/05/2014 at 06:11 AM   
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calendar   Thursday - September 04, 2014

London KopyKat Krazy Or Random Jihad?

Palmira Silva, 82, Beheaded In London

‘beheaded’ in London garden

An 82-year-old woman has been killed in a suspected beheading in the garden of a north London house.  Palmira Silva was found behind the house in Nightingale Road, Edmonton, at about 13:00 BST, police said.

Officers found her collapsed in the back garden and she was pronounced dead at the scene.  A 25-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and is in custody. Detectives said there was no suggestion the killing had a terrorist motive.

The man is in hospital being treated for injuries suffered when he was arrested, police said.  A Taser was used during the arrest and a firearms officer is believed to have suffered a broken wrist.

Police said they were initially called to reports of a man armed with a knife and eyewitnesses said he had attacked an animal, possibly a cat or a dog.

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English neighbors look on in concern

Neighbour Muhammed Yusuf said police knocked on his door and told him to leave the property immediately.

His son Ahmed, 19, said: “At first there were two police cars, then all of a sudden there were 20.

“The police said to drop everything. I said ‘What’s going on?’ and they said there’s a guy jumping over gardens.”

Another resident Freda Odame, 30, saw a screaming man waving a weapon around.

She said: “I heard shouting and banging and I opened my curtains and saw a guy holding a knife in a back garden a few doors along.”

The man was waving the weapon, which she described as long and curved, around the grass, “as if he was looking for something on the floor”, she added.

The man was black, in his 20s, of stocky build and dressed in a black T-shirt and black trousers, she said. “I was shaking. I drew the curtains straightaway in case he saw me, and called for my husband.”

UPDATE: And The Chopper Is ...
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Nick Salvadore, suspect for beheading of Palmira Silva, is would-be cage-fighter and Muslim convert

The man accused of beheading a great-grandmother in her back garden is a would-be cage fighter who converted to Islam five years ago, it has emerged.

Nicholas Salvadore, 25, was charged late on Friday with the murder of 82-year-old Palmira Silva, who was hacked to death in an apparently random attack on Thursday afternoon. Mr Salvadore was also charged with assaulting a police officer.

Mrs Silva is understood to have been attacked by a suspect who had argued with his flatmates minutes earlier, prompting them to flee in terror in a car as he smashed one of its windows. The killer then beheaded two cats, ranting as he did so, before targeting Mrs Silva.

A neighbour said the suspect had told her a week ago: “The police are looking for me, but they can’t find me, I’m going to hide.”

Neighbours said Mr Salvadore had been living with friends a few doors down from Mrs Silva in Edmonton, north London, for several months and was well known in the area, where he was nicknamed “Fat Nick”.

An hour before Mrs Silva’s murder, Mr Salvadore had been involved in an argument at the local Nightingale Café, where he ordered a takeaway burger and left without paying.

Not to be too snide, but gosh, only if he’d stolen some cigars instead of that hamburger.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/04/2014 at 06:32 PM   
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Sad Win

Joan Rivers, dead at 81

Comedy legend Joan Rivers has died at the age of 81. She went into cardiac arrest on Aug. 28, and had been on life support at New York’s Mount Sinai Hospital.

“It is with great sadness that I announce the death of my mother, Joan Rivers. She passed peacefully at 1:17 p.m. surrounded by family and close friends,” her daughter Melissa Rivers said. “My son and I would like to thank the doctors, nurses, and staff of Mount Sinai Hospital for the amazing care they provided for my mother.”

Looks like I won the Dead Pool again.  It took a week though; in reality I probably won it 7 days ago. From what I can glean, she never recovered consciousness from her surgery.

I won it a couple years ago with hizzoner, NYC Mayor Ed Koch.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/04/2014 at 06:22 PM   
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But I Don’t Even Have A Dog

The Sock Monster

Drat, where is the other sock in this pair? It was here just the other day! I looked everywhere, and it’s just plain gone. But I’ll hang on to hope, and put it in the box with all the other mono-sock “sole survivors”, my local Land of the Lost.

A family in Oregon had an even worse missing sock problem. And a very large, very dumb, very sick dog. Hey, ya think there’s a connection?


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puppy snacks



Imagine eating, say, five large pizzas in one sitting and you get some idea of what the Great Dane must of have been experiencing when his owners hauled him into Northwest Portland’s DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital.

The symptoms? Repeatedly vomiting and retching. Oh, and not eating.

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Dr. Ashley Magee took the dog to a back room for X-rays. She found what was described as “a lot of foreign material in his stomach,” said Shawna Harch, the hospital’s communications specialist.

Whatever was in the dog’s stomach couldn’t be digested, and that meant surgery. ...

During the nearly two-hour surgery, she must have thought she was working in a department store as she pulled out sock after sock after sock.

In the end, Dr. Magee removed 43 1/2 socks.

That 1/2 sock remains a mystery.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/04/2014 at 08:20 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - September 03, 2014

Bad TV

No no no no no. It’s bad enough that Hollywood hasn’t had hardly a new idea in a decade. It’s worse when they steal a great show from the UK and then screw it up in the process of Americanizing it. But the worst is when they just do a remake because they can, even if it has the same cast as the original.

Coming To TV This Fall: FacePalm, oops, sorry, I mean GracePoint

Last summer, there was a fantastic murder mystery mini-series broadcast on the UK’s ITV called Broadchurch, broadcast over here on BBC America. It starred David Tenant (ex Dr. Who, him with That Hair) as ailing Detective Hardy, who took a full 10 episodes to solve the murder of a young boy, found dead on the beach, in a very small town. The story leaks out and the media goes wild. He’s assisted by a female detective, recently promoted for PC reasons, and this is her first case. We watched, it was some of the best TV drama ever. The show cleaned up at the BAFTA awards, but got the snub here in the USA.

This fall Fox is bringing out Gracepoint, a 10 episode murder mystery about a young boy, found dead on the beach, in a very small town, with the crime investigated by ailing Detective Hardy, played by David Tenant (trying to do an American accent). The story leaks out and the media goes wild. He’s assisted by a female detective, recently promoted for PC reasons, and this is her first case.

Yeah, I get it. Olivia Colman, who played the female detective in the original, is primarily a talented actress. Not pretty enough. So she’ll be replaced by some big haired bubble boobied bint of arm candy for the American rehash. And they’ll have to add a couple of car chases and some gun play. And the proper quota of non-whites in the crowds.

Aside from that, it looks like a total clone. Insider reports say that the first 2 or 3 episodes are nearly identical to Broadchurch, but then the plot diverges to a different ending. Which means the killer was either the pedophile pharmacist, or Nigel, the dead lad’s dad’s assistant. 500:1 it was creepy beach lady. 1000:1 it was Rory (ex Dr Who junior companion) the creepy minister. I’m going with Nigel. Who’ll probably be renamed Steve or something hipster and cool and West Coast.

Go rent the Broadchurch disks. Or stream it. Or watch it at one of those online sort-pf-pirate sites. I can guarantee that the original will be better than the juiced up carbon copy.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/03/2014 at 10:55 PM   
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what Islamophobes look like

This is not the way I prefer to post things, but to be truthful guys, I haven’t the patience to copy and paste all the photos that go with this. Been a very long day.

I like his slant on the subject, so here’s a link for it all.

HERE FOR ALL OF IT

What Does an Islamophobe Look like?

August 29, 2014 by Daniel Greenfield 29 Comments

Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam. He is completing a book on the international challenges America faces in the 21st century.

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Islamophobes look like everyone else. They can be your friend or next door neighbor.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 09/03/2014 at 12:29 PM   
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Stolen Images

Bit of a big thing on the Hollywood gossip news ... I may not have the story exactly right, but it looks like a whole bunch of starlets had taken naked pictures of themselves and stored them in the “cloud”, which was then somehow hacked. And all the pictures got posted at some grubby websites over the weekend.

And if it wasn’t the “cloud” that was hacked, then it was dozens and dozens of cell phone accounts.

So now we’ve got the opinion pieces going left and right. Let’s not blame the victim! It’s an invasion of privacy! We need laws that can actually punish the hackers!  yadda yadda yadda.

I don’t want to play 1940’s misogynist. Far be it for me to say, hey, you don’t want people to see naked pictures of you, then don’t take naked pictures of you. Hey, that would be trampling their rights of self expression, even though it seems like mighty good advice! At the very least, use a real camera to take those pictures, download the images to a CD, and look at the pictures from there. Not online, not in some “cloud”, not on your cellphone, not on a thumb drive, not even on your PC. Ha, don’t even use a film camera if you aren’t doing the developing yourself. You can’t trust anyone these days, especially not if you’re some famous Hollywood beauty. Don’t be stupid.

On the other hand, this is getting to be a mighty thin line. Actresses seem to spend an awful lot of time naked in public these days. Or nearly so. And not just at Cannes, or the sans-panties upskirts all the paparazzi are forever taking. Not to mention the “sex tapes” used to vault relative unknowns into popularity and fame. The line between actress and ... um, temple virgin, ahem ... is not just microscopically thin but rather blurred. “Respect me for my talent, for my art!” while I make a career out of running around so close to nude that I always have pneumonia.

I mean, come on. We watched American Hustle last night. I found the film to be confusing, poorly acted, and kind of stupid, but it was fun watching all the old cars, clothes, hairstyles, furniture, and activities of what Hollywood presents these days as “regular life” in the 70s. The film stars the delectable Amy Adams, one of my favorite modern film redheads. The thing is, she spends the entire film with her boobs hanging out. Not that I’m complaining. She’s got great boobs. Hell, she’s got great everything. But she didn’t wear a single outfit in the whole film that wasn’t open down to her navel and held in place with nipple velcro. Side boob, underboob, downblouse, upskirt, pokies, nipslip ... every scene. And half of them were slit up nearly to the waist to show off every last inch of her fabulous legs. It wasn’t even sexual, it was just how her character dressed all the time. Underwear free and 95% exposed, top to bottom. Yeah, like anyone ever wore clothes like that in public in 1979, and nobody stared, touched, or even commented. Uh huh, Hollywood, keeping it real. Whatever; my point is that there is almost no point looking for or at nude pictures of this one; it’s all on display already anyway. And she is far from alone in this. Exploitation? Sexploitation? Certain voices argue that it’s actually self-empowerment if you do it by choice or for money. Guess I’m moving into Old Fart territory, because I always thought there was another name for getting paid to be naked.

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Amy Adams in her most covered up scene from American Hustle

UPDATE: Peiper sends in the reaction from the UK (Sarah Vine in the UK’s Mail Online):

image Perhaps it is an age thing. For my fortysomething generation, people who took photographs of themselves in the altogether were known as Reader’s Wives and they were located in the back pages of dirty magazines.

They weren’t ‘cool’ or ‘hot’ or whatever it is these days that one is supposed to be when one is deemed attractive to the opposite sex. They were just a bit sad.

Also, photography required effort. Not like it is now, a casual throw-away gesture, the flick of a thumb. OK, we didn’t quite line up in our Sunday best and stand still for half an hour like the Victorians, but most cameras required a modicum of skill and thought.


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If you’re Lawrence’s age — 24 — however, the smartphone is an extension of you. Narcissus had his pool to gaze into; today’s young things have their photo-streams.

Remember, it was Nemesis who showed Narcissus his image, causing the Greek warrior to fall so much in love with himself he eventually expired.

This whole sorry episode feels like the modern equivalent: beautiful celebrities obsessed with their appearance humiliated by their own vanity.

No one is arguing that having your private life all over the internet is anything other than horrid and traumatic. But the simple, hard truth is this: if you don’t want your breasts going viral, it’s probably best not to take pictures of them and keep them on your phone.


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... the same article rolls along to another subject and ties in to a previous pieper post:

At first glance, the Brussels ban on vacuum cleaners over 1,600 watts may seem more petty than malicious.

But look closer and you’ll see a sinister agenda at work. Alongside vacuums, they’re targeting lawn-mowers, power tools, kettles, toasters and patio heaters.

So carpets, lawns, DIY, tea, toast and dining outside in summer, regardless of the freezing cold. It’s nothing less than an all-out assault on the British way of life.



I’ve got to hand it to Sarah Vine here. Not only does she know her Greek mythology, she makes a perfect “liquid” juxtaposition between the classic and the modern, and later on in her post she uses the word “febrile” conversationally, proving her superiority to every journalist in the USA. And it’s fun reading her getting steamed about those wanky sprouts in Brussels.












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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/03/2014 at 11:48 AM   
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An Easy Fix For Those Captured Airliners

Terrorists Control Tripoli Airport

11 Jets Could Be Used For 9/11 Style Suicide Attacks

Islamist militias in Libya took control of nearly a dozen commercial jetliners last month, and western intelligence agencies recently issued a warning that the jets could be used in terrorist attacks across North Africa.

Intelligence reports of the stolen jetliners were distributed within the U.S. government over the past two weeks and included a warning that one or more of the aircraft could be used in an attack later this month on the date marking the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks against New York and Washington, said U.S. officials familiar with the reports.

“There are a number of commercial airliners in Libya that are missing,” said one official. “We found out on September 11 what can happen with hijacked planes.”

The official said the aircraft are a serious counterterrorism concern because reports of terrorist control over the Libyan airliners come three weeks before the 13th anniversary of 9/11 attacks and the second anniversary of the Libyan terrorist attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi.

Libya remains an oil-rich state and if the country is taken over completely by Islamist extremists, U.S. counterterrorism officials believe it will become another terrorist safe haven in the region.

The officials said U.S. intelligence agencies have not confirmed the aircraft theft following the takeover of Tripoli International Airport in late August, and are attempting to locate all aircraft owned by two Libyan state-owned airline companies, as security in the country continued to deteriorate amid fighting between Islamists and anti-Islamist militias.

The stories don’t make it real clear whether these jets have been captured in place, or have been moved. Pull up Tripoli International on the digital map (32.676408, 13.154844) and you’ll see dozens of jets there. Granted, it’s not a recent image; Google and Bing don’t have access to realtime spysat data. Yet.

But if the planes are there, and we know Libya is a total mess (gee thanks for that Obama) and we haven’t hesitated to attack before, why not just drop a few JDAMs? I’m sure a 250lb bomb will mess up a 747 pretty well.

And if the planes aren’t there? Well, the world is a very well connected place these days. And every single jet out there has a unique transponder code. And every single jet known to have been left in Libya can have it’s code highlighted. Simple fix. A little shell script inserted into the flight tracking radar system scans for the ID codes. All of them; it’s not like there are 100 million airliners flying around. Maybe 20,000? 30,000 tops. A microsecond’s search for a computer. Any plane with a phony code or one of these Libyan codes gets a missile. Period. Game over. Oh, your IFF system isn’t working today? Better not fly that plane Bubba. Period. Shouldn’t be too hard to get a position update every 4 hours into the systems either. Just in case some tricksy terrorists want to hack their transponders and use someone else’s legitimate code. Those flights would have to be diverted, and if they don’t, blast them. Period.

Maybe we shouldn’t have thrown away all those marvelous anti-aircraft missiles we built back in the 60s.

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/03/2014 at 11:01 AM   
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God Bless America!

As sung by several folks who no longer with us.

Showed up today on my facebook page and I had to share it with you benighted BMEWSd.

I would also like for Drew to note that I’ve refrained from posting scantiiy-clad women with or without cucumbers. grin


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 09/03/2014 at 11:55 AM   
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Toys For Boys

h/t to Doc Jeff.


Awesome and Dangerous Kid’s Project

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Build your own mini crossbow from popsicle sticks, hair clips, and hot glue

Shoots wooden matches halfway across the yard. Awesome link!

I watched the video and immediately wondered if it could be improved. Maybe you could make one that used 2 hair clips per side, for double the power? And with a little extra work and a desktop staple as a hinge pin, you could build in a trigger as a lever out the back. The weak part of the design is the bridge that holds the bow arms in place. Sure, the thread wrap helps a lot, but a double spring rig might require a pop rivet a teensy tiny nut and bolt. And that’s starting to make it too complicated for kids. So stick with the single pair of springs. Granted, you’d want to sift through the beauty aids section of the dollar store to find the biggest spring hair clips available. Because, moar power!

This looks like a lot more fun than spool tanks and wooden swords; the   troop of baboons   bunch of boys I grew up with would have gone wild over this. And we had those “strike anywhere” matches in those days too. Real firepower!!


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 09/03/2014 at 10:31 AM   
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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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