Sarah Palin will pry your Klondike bar from your cold dead fingers.

calendar   Monday - July 21, 2014

Might As Well Play It While We’re There


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/21/2014 at 05:24 PM   
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About Bloody Time

Texas Governor Sends National Guard To Border

“We Are Under Siege”

Monday, Texas Gov. Rick Perry (R) announced he is deploying 1,000 Texas National Guard to the U.S. border with Mexico, saying he can not idly sit by while “our citizens are under siege.”

Pointing out the tens of thousands pf unaccompanied minors only make up roughly 20 percent of those being apprehended illegally crossing the border, Perry said he can no longer wait for the president to act as gang members and drug cartels flood into Texas, causing crime to skyrocket. Perry pointed out Texas tax payers can not bear the expense of processing and housing the surge of illegal immigration caused by President Obama’s 2012 executive action “Dream Act” which has given people in Central America the idea children will be allowed to stay once in the U.S.

Perry has repeatedly called on President Obama to visit the border, calling his refusal Obama’s “Katrina,” moment.

Perry, a vocal critic of the White House’s response to the border crisis—and who is mulling a second presidential run in 2016—said the state has a responsibility to act after “lip service” from the federal government.

He rejected suggestions that Texas was militarizing local communities by putting National Guard troops on the ground or that crime data along the border doesn’t justify additional resources.

The deployment will cost Texas an estimated $12 million a month. Texas Adjutant General John Nichols said his troops would simply be “referring and deterring” immigrants and not detaining people—though Nichols said the National Guard could if asked.

“We think they’ll come to us and say, `Please take us to a Border Patrol station,” Nichols said.

More than 3,000 Border Patrol agents currently work in the region, and Perry has repeatedly asked Obama to send the National Guard to the border. Much of the area has been overwhelmed in recent months by tens of thousands of unaccompanied children illegally entering the U.S.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection didn’t respond to a request for comment Monday.

President George W. Bush sent 6,000 National Guard troops to the border in 2006, and Obama eventually extended that deployment while ordering a second wave of National Guard forces to Texas, California, Arizona and New Mexico in 2010. But the second round saw reduced numbers of troops, and most of their work was limited to air patrols in counterdrug operations.

Perry announced last month that Texas would steer another $1.3 million each week to the Department of Public Safety to assist in border security through at least the end of the year. In a letter to Obama on June 20, Perry made several requests for help along the border, including 1,000 National Guard troops, additional helicopters and giving troops “arrest powers to support Border Patrol operations until sufficient Border Patrol resources can be hired, trained and deployed to the border.”

Let’s see if this is for real this time. Last time, under Booosh, all they did was deliver coffee and donuts. They weren’t even armed, or issued ammo.

And I’m pretty certain that, while 1,000 troops are a bit of a help, another 20,000 Texans would be more than happy to volunteer a day or a week as a bit of a second line if asked. We are be invaded after all.

We have reached a crossroads. The time for bullshit is over.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/21/2014 at 05:08 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - July 20, 2014

Says It All



Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/20/2014 at 09:17 PM   
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Mom-Son Wedding Dance

Personally, I would not want Mom to upstage my wife at our wedding. Way to get off on the wrong foot! Idiot!


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/20/2014 at 05:21 AM   
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calendar   Saturday - July 19, 2014

Quotes from my reading

His gaze went straight for the gun. As he lunged forward, I snatched it out of his reach, swung my arm back, and plowed the barrel into his heart. His eyes went wide, and he looked down at the gun protruding from his chest, touched the trickle of blood oozing from the wound, frowned in confusion, swayed once on his feet, then toppled backward.

Clay stepped from the forest, looked down at the man, and tilted his head.

“Hey, darling,” he said. “That’s cheating. Werewolves don’t use guns.”

“I know. I’m so ashamed.”

—Clayton Danvers and Elena Michaels, from Stolen by Kelley Armstrong

“Stalking them,” I said. “Scouting for weaknesses.”

“Exactly. Now, I wasn’t worried he’d do anything. I was very strict on that point. No devouring classmates.” Jeremy rolled his eyes. “Other parents warn their kids not to talk to strangers. I had to warn mine not to eat them.”

—Jeremy Danvers, from Stolen by Kelley Armstrong.

Probably being redundant here, but the book’s main characters are werewolves. Stolen is the second book in Kelley Armstrong’s Women of the Otherworld series.

“It’s the driver, not the car.”

“You’re on. First one to Montreal gets to pick where we run tonight.”

“One catch,” Clay said. “We have to play safe and stay in sight. If I can’t see you in my rearview mirror, I’m slowing down.”

“Rearview mirror? Baby, you ain’t seeing me through nothing but the windshield.”

He grinned. “We’ll see about that.”

—Clayton Danvers and Elena Michaels, from Stolen by Kelley Armstrong


Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/19/2014 at 09:30 PM   
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edwardian eye candy ….

Beggin’ ur indulgence dear readers but ....

Every so often and sometimes more often than sometimes .... I go off on a trip to yesteryear wherein .....

I seem to fall in love with another Edwardian actress.  Deeply, madly, passionately and forever more, in love.  It’s almost always that era, which I hasten to add, I don’t think I would be happy to visit in real life.
And oh btw .... my enchantment with this new love in no way diminishes my devotion or passion or love for the one true Goddess of the silver screen in her 20’s, I am of course referring to ANGELA LANSBURY.  So no, I have not deserted her. Never. 

Now onward back to the Edwardian era and stage.
Shown here in costume from some of her stage roles. A thought occurs to me which is.  I doubt that anyone has or wants to spend the money it would take, to stage shows with costumes this rich looking.  Just a thought.

She was born in 1872 and passed away in 1971.
She was a major star in her day.







Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/19/2014 at 12:41 PM   
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on line with one bug

For the 2nd time in maybe 6 years, I have this teeny,tiny damn near microscopic little bug inside my computer screen. Just one of the little buggers, but annoying.

First time it happened my pc was only three months old and Dell replaced the screen. But I’m not too sure if they’ll do it again at no charge. I’ll have to dig out paperwork to see if I bought an extended guarantee.

At first I was fascinated watching the damn thing. That lasted for about 15 seconds. 

I first spotted it about three days ago and then nothing again til today.

Have to wait for Monday to call.

Or maybe I can blow it out with compressed air?

Hey .... I don’t see it now. But I know it’ll be back.

It’s a hard life living on line.


Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/19/2014 at 11:51 AM   
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72 Raisins For That Donkey

Donkey Bomb!

IDF Detonates Donkey Suicide Bomber At Border

The Big Question: Will PETA protest HAMAS using animals as weapons, or will they curse Israel for blowing one up in self defense?

Hamas militants sent a donkey laden with explosives on a suicide mission in one of the most unconventional tactics yet seen in the fighting in Gaza, the Israeli army has said.

Troops said they were forced to open fire on the animal - blowing it up - as it approached their position in the southern city of Rafah, near the Egyptian border.

The Israeli army had received prior intelligence that militants were going to try to use animals to carry out attacks, according to a press release on the Israeli Defence Forces website.

Israeli military officials say Friday night’s incident was a variant of what they say is Hamas’ tactic of using “human shields” to carry out “terrorist” activity.

“They used this donkey as a human shield, or an animal shield, if you like,” said Major Arye Shalicar, an army spokesman. “Anything, an animal or an international building, that can help make use of innocent people or international [citizens], they will use it. We see it time and again.”

For all its unorthodox nature, it is not the first recorded use of donkeys and other animals in the long-running Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Several attempted donkey-assisted attacks were reported in the West Bank and Gaza during the second Palestinian intifada [uprising] of 2000-2005. Other incidents have been recorded in recent years, including one in 2009 when militants approached the Karni crossing between Gaza and Israel with horses carrying mines and explosives.

Soldiers in the field have reported “multiple incidents” of dogs trying to approach with explosives attached to them, according to the army.


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calendar   Friday - July 18, 2014


Blue Helmets With Red Faces

20 Missiles Found In UN Run School In Gaza

What? Are those missiles? We don’t know nuttin’ bout no missiles. Srsly. In one of our schools? Nah, couldn’t be.

Some 20 rockets were found Wednesday in a school in Gaza operated by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency, the organization confirmed Thursday.

The weapons were found in “the course of the regular inspection of its premises,” UNRWA said in a statement, adding that the school was vacant.

“UNRWA strongly condemns the group or groups responsible for placing the weapons in one of its installations. This is a flagrant violation of the inviolability of its premises under international law,” the statement read.

The discovery would seem to confirm Israel’s oft-repeated claim that Hamas and other Gazan terror groups use civilian infrastructure to hide weapons.

“Yet again, Gaza terrorists abuse UN facilities to carry out their violent activities. Hamas and other terror groups are determined to put civilians in harm’s way and will respect nothing in their violent frenzy,” Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor told The Times of Israel. “We expect the UN and the

international community to condemn and to act strongly against this brazen violation of international humanitarian law, which endangers children and UN humanitarian activities.”

This incident was “the first of its kind in Gaza,” the organization said

First of it’s kind. Sure, sure. It’s never, EVAR, happened before. Right.

Missiles, RPGs found stashed at Arab village school

[ February 12, 2013 ] Police raid uncovers weapons cache at kindergarten, school for special needs students; weapons likely intended for criminal use.

Police found anti-tank missiles and rocket-propelled grenades stashed in a school and a kindergarten for special needs children in Abu Sinan, near Acre, during a raid on Tuesday morning.

Also on Tuesday, police announced that in a search at an elementary school in Taiba, east of Kfar Saba, officers found an assault rifle and a pistol stashed underneath the floorboard of a classroom. They also reported finding what appeared to be explosives.

Pictures put out by police from the Abu Sinan raid show three LAW (light anti-tank weapon) missiles and four RPGs, all of which were recently stolen from IDF depots. The arms were found in a drainage canal and a small pond on the ground of the school and kindergarten, along with raw explosives, grenades and hundreds of assault rifle bullets.

Yeah, but, but, that wasn’t one of our schools. And they were only RPGs and anti-tank missiles, not, you know, missile missiles.

Son. Of. A. Camel. Another bit of “unexpected” news, straight out of the pages of The Haj, that totally “fictional” book written 30 years ago.


The little Qassam 2 rocket, 6 feet long, carries a 22lb/10kg warhead for 7 1/2 miles
This is nearly the same performance of the Nazi 88mm cannon from WWII


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/18/2014 at 03:19 PM   
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Today In History 45 years ago

With Apollo 11 more than 2/3 of the way to the moon, a mere two days before making mankind an interplanetary species for the very first time ...


Burn in Hell Teddy. Burn forever.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/18/2014 at 02:05 PM   
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law and order in loony-land

There is no way I could resist posting this latest bit of lunacy from Loony-Land. ( with apologies to any Brit friends I may still have )

I read about police stations flying the rainbow flag of that other very vocal group. If you keep up to these things, and how does one avoid it anyway, you know that in these more modern and enlightened times, homosexuality is not only protected by various laws but is now something that requires celebration. With marches and their own flag and parades down main street.  Okay. Hey, if it makes em happy and nobody is hurt or inconvenienced, I think most of us can pretty well ignore them. When they let us ignore them. Hard to do sometimes.  I’m still annoyed that they have managed to hijack the language and wantonly steal the word ‘gay’ and make it their own.  There are generations now that think the term (hardly used as original anymore) The Gay 90s, refers to queens of the 1990s. 

So anyway ... this caught my tired eyes this morning.

Police fail to find culprit in HALF of all crimes: Critics say criminals ‘are getting away with it’ and demand tougher punishments after figures are published

Millions of offenders are getting away scot-free with police failing to solve more than half of all crimes
For some offences, three-quarters of investigations are closed without anyone being brought to justice
Sexual offences for the year ending March have soared by 20 per cent, including 26 per cent more sex crimes against children

By Ian Drury

continues here



This is the police’s new weapon in the fight against crime – a rainbow-coloured patrol car.

With flashing lights in various hues instead of the usual blue, it is intended to combat homophobic hate crime in Manchester.

But the new Hyundai failed to impress some gay rights campaigners.

David Allison of OutRage! called it ‘tacky’, saying: ‘It’s not going to revolutionise the worst parts of Manchester.’

The rainbow car will lead the city’s Pride parade next month before being put into operation in suburban areas to raise awareness of homophobic offences.

Funded by business donations, it will not be sent to crime scenes but is meant to reassure victims that officers are approachable.

Greater Manchester Police and Crime Commissioner Tony Lloyd described the car as an example of ‘modern policing’.


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calendar   Thursday - July 17, 2014

It Was No Accident

Malaysian Airliner Shot Down Over Ukraine

Giant Boeing 777 Falls From Sky

All 295 Aboard Dead, Including 23 Americans?

A plane which crashed in eastern Ukraine with 295 people, including six Britons, on board was reportedly shot down as it flew near airspace deemed unsafe for passenger jets.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, which was heading from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur, was travelling at an altitude of 33,000 feet (10,000 metres) when contact was lost.

An adviser to the Ukrainian interior ministry told the Interfax news agency the Boeing 777 was brought down by a Buk ground-to-air missile, killing all 280 passengers and 15 crew members.

The victims include six Britons, as well as 154 Dutch, 38 Malaysians and 27 Australians, with a number of Americans also feared dead.

Plumes of thick, black smoke could be seen rising high into the air near the village of Grabovo, Donetsk.

The plane, which one eyewitness said split in half on impact, is almost unrecognisable in pictures of the crash site, with burning wreckage scattered across a vast area.

A spokesman for Malaysia Airlines, still reeling from the loss of flight MH370 in March, said the plane disappeared from radar as it flew over Ukrainian airspace.

Officials in Kiev were quick to deny any involvement, with President Petro Poroshenko lamenting what he called an “act of terrorism”.

US Vice-President Joe Biden said the jet appeared to have been deliberately “blown out of the sky”, with an unnamed US official blaming Ukrainian separatists backed by Russia in an interview with the Reuters news agency.

However, separatist leader Alexander Borodai said the aircraft was shot down by Ukrainian government forces - a claim backed by another separatist, who told Reuters the rebels do not have weapons capable of shooting down a plane at such height.

Sky’s Katie Stallard, in Moscow, said Igor Strelkov, the commander of the pro-Russian Donetsk People’s Republic, appeared to have boasted about the incident on social media.

In one deleted message recovered by Sky News, he allegedly wrote: “We warned you not to fly over our sky.”

Current analysis says the airliner was brought down by anti-aircraft missiles fired from a BUK, a Katyusha like multiple missile launcher on a tank chassis.


Meanwhile Obama Gives 38 Seconds To Crash, Goes Back To Telling Jokes

President Barack Obama provoked fury in the U.S. on Thursday by casually devoting less than a minute to the deaths of 295 people aboard a Malaysian airliner, as he began an often jokey 16-minute speech about the need to expand America’s transportation infrastructure.

There are no confirmed American dead, an earlier Reuters report claimed that it was feared that as many as 23 U.S. citizens had perished.

Obama declared in Wilmington, Delaware that ‘it looks like it may be a terrible tragedy,’ but not before enthusiastically declaring that ‘it is wonderful to be back in Delaware.’
‘Before I begin, obviously the world is watching reports of a downed passenger jet near the Russia-Ukraine border. And it looks like it may be a terrible tragedy. Right now we’re working to determine whether there were American citizens on board. That is our first priority.’

‘And I’ve directed my national security team to stay in close contact with the Ukrainian governemnt. The United States will offer any assistance we can to help determine what happened and why. And as a country, our thoughts and prayers are with all the families and passengers, wherever they call home.

Obama then jarringly quickly returned to his prepared remarks.

‘I want to thank Jeremie for that introduction’ he said. ‘Give Jeremie a big round of applause.’

‘It is great to be in the state that gave us Joe Biden. We’ve got actually some better-looking Bidens with us here today.  We’ve got Beau and his wife, Hallie, are here. Give them a big round of applause. We love them.’

I don’t even know how to comment on this. Remember how Bush was chastised for reading to a bunch of kids when the first plane hit the WTC?  He can’t spare a minute? One whole minute? Better to have not mentioned it at all at his fundraiser thingy. Then do a quick presser afterwards.
I’m not even close to presidential, and I can see that one.

Traveling in Denver, this reporter heard gasps from guests watching a hotel lobby television as Obama spoke.

One remarked: ‘A tragedy is when you lose control and fly into a mountainside. This is mass-murder. What a disappointment.’

‘His distance from reality is just bizarre,’ said another.

Daniel Hannan, the British member of Europe’s parliament who has rankled liberals in a series of American speaking tours, tweeted his own disgust.

‘Listening to Obama’s statement [on] the airline tragedy, my mind went back to Reagan 31 years ago,’ he wrote.

‘How America’s leaders have shrunk.’

Obama finished his speech by saying ‘Let’s build some bridges. Let’s build some roads. God bless America.’

Matt Viser, a Boston Globe reporter on the scene, tweeted a devastating reaction.

‘Obama, in sum: A plane crashed. It may be tragic. We’re trying to see if US citizens were on board. Hey, great to be in Delaware!’ he wrote.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/17/2014 at 06:13 PM   
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Do It Your Own Way I Don’t Care

Got into a bit of an argument at bowling league last night with a woman I thought we were becoming friends with. Well, more like me being a snarly bear for a moment than an actual argument. Oh sure, it’s all my fault. Of course. And I was rude, and condescending, and not aware of the sensitivity of the situation in that, because she’s often a better bowler than I am, she feels she knows far more about the sport than I do. I was supposed to be Doris Doormat and treat her with respect and courtesy and gentleness, while she could stampede me and interrupt nearly every word I tried to say. Bad me. Nope, that’s not how I ... roll.

Problem is that she keeps throwing her back out when she bowls. The whole idea behind the modern approach to the sport is to do it in a way that doesn’t hurt you, and requires as little muscle work as possible.

Anyone can hurt themselves bowling. After all, you’ve got this hefty weight in one hand pulling you off balance when you run down the approach and throw it as hard as you can while doing some strange twisty pinchy movement with your hand and wrist.

And that’s why people hurt themselves. The better way is to walk purposely but moderately, let gravity and physics dictate your swing, and have a minimal release with your hand. Let the ball do the work it wants to do, instead of what you’re trying to force it to do.

We were watching this new guy try to learn to throw the ball. What he was doing looked really strange, but it took us a minute to realize he was using a three step approach to deliver the ball. Nobody uses a three step approach to deliver a 16lb bowling ball. That method only works with those little softball size balls they use in Canada and Maine for candle pin bowling, which is almost a completely different sport.

So Ms. Back Injury ("B.I.") shows the new guy what she thinks is a four step approach. And she was totally wrong. No, that’s how I do it! and she proceeds to demonstrate ... a dead step to get moving, followed by a “push up” push away on ... a three step approach. Not a “4” but a “3+1”. And we got into it ...


Well looky there. I was exactly right.

The four step approach starts with moving your ball side foot forward while you do your push away with both hands, straight and level, until your ball arm elbow locks and your off arm rotates out for balance at the same instant your heel contacts the ground. As the ball falls in a pendulum swing you lean a bit forward and begin to slightly squat down as your off side leg steps through. The important thing here is to not “choke” you backswing at the bottom of the arc, but to let it swing up and back. With your torso leaning quite forward, the top of your backswing will now be up high or higher than your shoulder, although this is really no bigger an arc than you’d swing a pocketbook or briefcase in while walking along standing straight up.

It all comes together in the 4th step, which is a slow lunge of your offside leg with the knee over the toe and your balance under the ball of that foot, not the heel, and as the swing comes past your heel you’re lifting your torso a bit and pushing up from the lunge. Timed properly, the ball is directly under your shoulder for an extra tick or three, moving not in an arc but parallel to the floor. That’s what the 4th step does: it stretches out the forward bottom arc of the pendulum. This is where you start doing your release stuff, and the ball comes off your hand somewhere between when it goes past your heel and when your arm lifts up past your knee. A good firm snap of the finger tips to rev up the ball will cause your bowling arm to come up, with the elbow bending after the release and the hand stopping up by your head in an “answer the phone” kind of motion.

Why yes, I have studied this. I’ve watched bowlers by the hundreds. I’ve talked to coaches and really good bowlers. I’ve watched loads of videos and visited all the training sites, and I even own a couple of How To books that have lots of pictures. That’s me, trying to learn to bowl properly, while everyone else is on some stubborn personal ego trip, convinced they instinctively know what’s best, and that they can force a wooden lane and a plastic ball into submission by pure will and repetition alone. Riiight. All the way to the chiropractor.

I didn’t quite “run to mommy”, but on my way out of the place I stopped and spoke with the guy running the alley, who also does the ball drilling, and gives lessons, and has been semi-pro for probably 40 years now. And I verified that my understanding of all the approaches was correct, while he emphasized that no matter what method you use, do your push away straight out, pointed at your target, lock your elbow, and let gravity do the swing for you. 

I guess it was just too much like math to tell “B.I.” that her 4 step approach was a “3+1” in the same way that a 5 step approach is a “4+1”. Which it is, though she denies it. The extra step just gets you moving first, so that the push away act doesn’t cause you to do a stutter step or to take a baby step. That’s the only difference between a 4 and a 5. I always thought that was totally obvious. But a 3 ... yank and slam. You aren’t executing a bowling delivery, you’re pitching a 16lb softball into the ground.  Muscle it down, muscle it back, muscle it forward. Sooner or later, you’re going to hurt yourself.

Don’t say I didn’t warn you.

PS we won 5 out of 7, with “B.I.” as our sub, and had lots of fun. Please accept my apologies for telling you to shut up after you dismissively interrupted me 4 times in a row when I tried to tell you what turned out to be the truth. My bad.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/17/2014 at 11:56 AM   
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calendar   Wednesday - July 16, 2014

And 45 Years Ago Today It Began

July 16, 1969, Apollo 11 lifts off with 3 astronauts, bound for the moon.

Houston, we have ignition.


Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/16/2014 at 05:25 PM   
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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
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