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calendar   Wednesday - July 16, 2014

That Old Familiar Song

We came to Texas cross the Rio last night, (that’s right, that’s right!)
We claim asylum now they’re treating us right, (so right, so right)
Oh something tells me, Pedro, this is the place to be,
Cause here we’re getting everything and we’re getting it for free ...

Feds Buy $50 Million Resort For Illegal Aliens

WESLACO - A center for unaccompanied minors set to open in Weslaco later this year will be the first of its kind in the nation, officials with a network of non-profits said.

BCFS Health and Human Services secured a multi-million federal contract to house young illegal immigrants at the site of the current Palm Aire Hotel and Suites on FM 1015.

Representatives with BCFS said the Palm Aire will undergo a multi-million dollar transformation.

chorus:
Oh I got a complete medical work up and a hotel room no rent
Free meals, brand new clothing, bus rides, paid by government
A roomy hacienda, free education, EBT
Living it large in Norte Americano, but for now without mami.

The Obama administration has awarded a $50 million contract to a charitable group to buy a Texas resort hotel and transform it in to a 600 bed facility for juvenile illegal aliens.

The beautiful Palm Aire resort and hotel has an indoor Olympic sized pool and an outdoor pool.  Free Wi-Fi and cable TV are included in the simply decorated guest rooms.
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The resort hotel for illegal alien children is reportedly the ‘first in the nation’.

The Palm Aire includes tennis courts, a laundromat and a snack bar.

The plan is to have the hotel ready for illegal alien children ages 12 to 17 by October 1st of this year, a mere two-and-half months from now. It is expected the average stay will be about fifteen days.

The Palm Aire Hotel and Suites currently advertises amenities such as two outdoor swimming pools—one Olympic sized—Jacuzzis, sauna, steam room, two racquetball courts, outdoor tennis courts, picnic area with grills and a fitness center with twenty machines and free weights.

And when we grow up we’ll have 4 off the books jobs (no tax, no tax)
Outwork the black folks because they’re all lazy slobs (no tax, no tax)
But we’ll still be on benefits cuz we’re all “unemployed”,
We’re getting rich, so we’re all overjoyed!
[chorus]

BCFS plans to employ 650 people at the Palm Aire Hotel and Suites, which would mean slightly over one worker per illegal alien child. According to the BCSF Website, the charity’s jobs pay from $10 to $45 per hour.
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Piferrer told the Valley Morning Star the Palm Aire Hotel and Suites facility would ‘(provide) medical and mental health care, on-site educational programs, recreational programs and case management.’
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According to a Hidalgo County commissioner, the BCFS contract for the Palm Aire Hotel and Suites is an annual one worth $50 million per year. It is not part of the $3.7 billion emergency funding for the illegal alien invasion requested by the Obama administration as the bill hasn’t yet passed but it is a good indication of where the money will go.

The folks in Washington are all on our side, (cock-eyed cock-eyed)
Sometimes they talk tough, but you know it’s a lie, (cock-eyed cock-eyed)
Immigration is a good thing, on that they all agree,
The only ones who’ll stop us are the party of Tea!
[chorus]

Yep, sounds mighty familiar.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/16/2014 at 02:19 PM   
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1914, Germany takes Belgium, UK declares war,1939Germany takes Poland, uk declares war, 2014

This is a 5 minute 40 second video on what is going on in Brussels/Belgium with the Muslims:

Friend in California sent this to me.  I have been aware of problems there for awhile. Also know someone there who has written about the trouble with the rop.
I had a sync problem with the video in that the speech did not match the lip movement of speakers. Does not detract from the scary message though.

In 1914, England declared war on Germany because that country violated Belgium territory and England was a guarantor of Belgium neutrality and territory.
In 1939, England declared war on Germany because that country violated Polish territory, and England was a guarantor of Polish territorial integrity.
Never mind that Germany invaded Poland to regain the German city of Danzig.
Here it is 2014 and .... another invasion of Belgium of a different kind, hasn’t been in the news though, so maybe it isn’t dangerous. Maybe if everybody just keeps their heads down .... okay ... continues to keep their heads down .... ?

Interesting to see the changes in a mere 100 years.


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/16/2014 at 12:11 PM   
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What, Another Lie From Our Leaders?

Misperceptions about U.S. immigration policy behind surge of illegal children, report says

MISPERCEPTIONS

Oh harharhar, it is to laugh

A new intelligence assessment concludes that misperceptions about U.S. immigration policy – and not Central American violence – are fueling the surge of thousands of children illegally crossing the Mexican border.

The 10-page July 7 report was issued by the El Paso Intelligence Center (EPIC), which according to the Justice Department website is led by the DEA and incorporates Homeland Security. Its focus is on the collection and distribution of tactical intelligence, information which can immediately be acted on by law enforcement.

“Of the 230 migrants interviewed, 219 cited the primary reason for migrating to the United States was the perception of U.S. immigration laws granting free passes or permisos to UAC (unaccompanied children) and adult females OTMs (other than Mexicans) traveling with minors,” the report said.

Well, knock me over with a feather. How about that, they fed us another whopper. And here was me, searching the internet for news reports about all the revolutions, ethnic cleansings, slave labor, rape gangs, widespread starvation, apocalyptic disease outbreaks, and even climate change in Central America for weeks now, and not finding much of anything at all. And it turns out to be another story, just like that dingdong video that caused the Benghazi attacks.

“Most transparent administration ever”. Yeah, we’re telling you a bald faced lie, and we’re sticking to it no matter what actual truth you can find. And you can’t do anything about it. Not the kind of transparency we were looking for.

The intelligence assessment, which is unclassified but not meant to go beyond law enforcement, also cited data from the United Nations office on Drugs and Crime Statistics saying despite an explosion in the number of illegal minors, crime data for Central America actually showed a dip in violence.

Do I have to restate the obvious? Somebody at the very top of our government made a decision, and put the word out. The coyotes didn’t think this up on their own. Not a chance of that. It’s official government policy, regardless of whether it’s written down anywhere or officially approved by Congress. Somebody has a cellphone and a pen, and that’s that.

Misperceptions my big toe. Damn our media. Even when the “rebel” side exposes another massive lie, they still don’t have the guts to call a rose a rose, or by any other name. And it don’t smell sweet one bit.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/16/2014 at 10:31 AM   
Filed Under: • GovernmentIllegal-Aliens and ImmigrationLatin-AmericaNo Shit, SherlockObama, The One •  
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Pork Fight!!

Corn Farmers VS Beet Farmers

Battle Over Ethanol Subsidy



How about we just cancel the dopey program and you can both go back to growing soybeans?


An ethanol plant in Nebraska corn country is pumping out fuel made from sugar beets, and corn farmers are suing to stop it – a small-town dispute that offers an unusual take on the debate over the market-distorting impact of sugar and corn subsidies.

The dispute in Aurora, population about 4,400, brings into conflict two of the largest U.S. farm programs, one promoting sugar production and the other corn-based ethanol. Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings Inc, a privately held Illinois firm, is reaping profits producing ethanol with cheap sugar, thanks to a U.S. Agriculture Department subsidy of beet sugar.

Local corn farmers, who benefit from a government rule that forces oil companies to blend ethanol into gasoline, say in court documents that Aventine’s action violates an agreement to use their grain exclusively as a feedstock for the firm’s recently reopened plant in Aurora. Aventine denies any wrongdoing, saying it has abided by its contract.

The irony of the situation is not lost on George Hohwieler, president and chief executive of the Aurora Cooperative Elevator Co. that is at loggerheads with Aventine.

“Hamilton County, Nebraska, by any measure is one of the most productive corn-producing counties in the world,” he said. “The message being sent to the marketplace is that they’re making ethanol out of sugar.”

In fact, Aventine’s use of beet sugar is the first large-scale production of sugar alcohol in Nebraska since bootleggers used boxcars of sugar to make moonshine during Prohibition in the 1920s and 1930s.

Aventine chief executive Mark Beemer said the farmers’ coop was being short sighted in suing the company. “We’ve been very blunt. This is just a very short-term pathway to get the plant open and then convert back to corn ethanol,” he said.

The rare intersection of the two farm programs in Aurora illustrates the unintended impact federal farm subsidies can have on market activity.

One such initiative, the Feedstock Flexibility Program, last year enabled buyers like Aventine to purchase below-market sugar at government auctions, then use it as feedstocks in their ethanol plants, putting the sugar in competition with corn.

Under the federal sugar program, the government guarantees minimum prices for sugar loans, paying processors 24 cents per lb for beet sugar, or 19 cents for cane sugar, if sugar prices fall below those benchmarks. The USDA then must auction the sugar for non-food purposes.

Aventine was the biggest buyer at USDA auctions last fall, purchasing some 660 million pounds of beet sugar.

Beemer said the firm earned up to 50 cents a gallon on each of the 80,000 gallons it churned out daily while burning beet sugar. If the supplies last through August, as expected, that could amount to a nearly $4 million profit for Aventine, according to a Reuters calculation.

Beemer declined to comment on the profitability of the Aurora operation.

I think it’s time to not only end this stupid ethanol program but to end price supports for just about all farm products. If we’ve got enough shale oil and gas these days to make the stuff into motor oil, then we ought to have plenty enough to make gasoline. Not to mention that everyone’s cars run better and get better mileage on pure gasoline. Or the infrastructure impact that corrosive ethanol is having. Or that the idiotic ethanol subsidy has caused a MASSIVE spike in food prices across the planet.

Stupid is as stupid does, and this program has been known to be a total loser since the very beginning. DUMP IT.

But now it’s even worse. When I see one kind of greedy grower fighting another kind of greedy grower for a bigger slice of needless government pork, egged on by another government program that not only supports prices and stifles free market trading and another that subsidizes wasting food, I want to chew lead and spit bullets. Well I would, but the EPA has forced all the lead mines to close here. We’ve got centuries worth, but we can’t mine or process any of it any longer. Thanks EPA. And don’t get me going on the whole coal fiasco either.

NO ethanol subsidy. NO price support for sugar. NO Sugar Act to eliminate international competition. NO forced below market price sales of perfectly fine but temporarily excess sugar. NONE OF IT. Greedy bastiges.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/16/2014 at 10:10 AM   
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checkout worker refused to sell customer ham and wine because it was Ramadan

Do you sometimes get the odd feeling, that these life forms intentionally bring on the reaction to their anti social behavior, so that they can then scream about ill treatment of muslims.
It’s beyond outrageous that a store like Tesco would be so accommodating. And there’s the problem all in one word. Accommodate. Business does it and the state mostly does also, aided of course by the useful idiots of the left, who are entirely responsible I believe, for the sorry damn state ... the state is in.

Tesco apologises after Muslim checkout worker refused to sell customer ham and wine because it was Ramadan

Mother-of-three tried to buy items during shopping trip in north London
Employee said he couldn’t sell them as he was fasting for religious festival
The customer was instead forced to use the self-service checkouts
She told worker he should be serving people not turning them away
Firm apologises to customer but refuses to condemn worker’s actions

By Richard Spillett

Tesco has issued an apology after a Muslim worker refused to sell a customer ham and wine because of Ramadan.

Mother-of-three Julie Cottle went into her local store to stock up, but was left stunned when a checkout employee insisted he couldn’t serve her.

Muslims worldwide are currently fasting for Ramadan - the holy ninth month of the Islamic calendar where devotees abstain from eating and drinking during daylight hours.

Ms Cottle was forced to use the self-service checkout in the Tesco Express in Neasden, north-west London, after the worker reportedly ‘walked off’.

She said: ‘He pointed at the ham and wine in my basket and said “I can’t serve you that because I’m fasting”.

‘When I told him he should be serving customers not turning them away he still refused telling me to go to the self-service. I was furious.’

In a statement, a spokesman for Tesco said: ‘We don’t have a specific policy and take a pragmatic approach if a colleague raises concerns about a job they have been asked to do.

‘We apologise to our customer for any inconvenience on this occasion.’

The supermarket giant confirmed ‘the colleague would be spoken to’ but refused to say if any further action would be taken.

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/16/2014 at 10:07 AM   
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another barking mad judgement

The Brits call something like this, Barking Mad.
Which of course it is.
I can not imagine this actually getting anywhere but then, these days where down is up, I can’t rule it out either.  Can’t say as I blame the farmer in the story, as it’s pretty hard to believe he’d come up with this all on his own. The skunk in the room has to be a lawyer.
Oh ... gee.  Well what a surprise.

Anyway, this is another one ... for the books.

Ethiopian farmer gets legal aid… To sue us for sending aid to Ethiopia: Case that will be funded by taxpayers branded as ‘ridiculous’ by MPs

Ethiopian man launches taxpayer funded legal action against British Government despite never having set foot in the country
Farmer claims ministers are funding a one-party state in his homeland that has helped regime inflict ‘brutal treatment’ on thousands
Taxpayers will pay for both the farmer’s lawyers and a defence team from the Department for International Development
Legal action has been branded as farcical, bizarre and ridiculous by MPs angry he was able to lodge court documents before law change

By James Slack and Ian Drury

An Ethiopian farmer has won permission to use taxpayers’ money to sue the British Government ... for sending aid to his homeland.

The case, branded ridiculous by MPs, will be funded entirely by the public even though the farmer has never set foot in this country.

The 33-year-old Ethiopian – granted anonymity to protect his family – says ministers are funding a one-party state in his country that has breached his human rights. He says foreign aid helped the regime inflict ‘brutal treatment’ on thousands of farmers driven from their land, against the International Development Act 2002.

Taxpayers will pay for both the farmer’s lawyers and a defence team from the Department for International Development, in a case that could cost tens of thousands of pounds. This is in addition to the £1.3billion Britain has sent to Ethiopia since 2010.

The farmer lodged the court papers from Kenya, before Justice Secretary Chris Grayling introduced rules to prevent cases being brought by those who have never set foot in the UK. The changes, which come into force next month, will mean anybody seeking legal aid in civil cases must have been resident in Britain for at least 12 months.

A Whitehall source said: ‘Whatever hardships this man has faced, the idea that someone without any connection to this country can get public money to sue the Government borders on the farcical.’

Tory MP Peter Bone, a fierce critic of UK aid policy, said the legal action was ‘bizarre’, adding: ‘This is a ridiculous case and it is ridiculous there is legal aid for it.’ However, he added: ‘If money is going to a corrupt regime and somebody is pointing that out then we should be taking note of it. That is the problem. A lot of the money goes on propping up corrupt regimes.’

And speaking of lawyers ....

LAW FIRM THAT’S DONE IT BEFORE

Leigh Day has earned vast sums in legal aid by bringing cases against the Government on behalf of overseas clients.

Last year the firm won compensation worth almost £20million for 5,200 Kenyans who were tortured and abused during the Mau Mau rebellion in the Fifties and Sixties.

It is also heavily involved in the Al Sweady Inquiry, examining claims that troops executed and tortured Iraqis at a camp near Basra in 2004.

The hearings have already cost taxpayers £27million, despite evidence linking the men to a ‘terrorist organisation’.

The farmer, referred to as, O, is being represented by Rosa Curling of Leigh Day. Her law firm has already brought a string of human rights-based legal aid cases against the State on behalf of overseas claimants who say they have suffered ill-treatment due to government policies.

Ministers had urged the High Court to reject the latest claim, but Mr Justice Warby said yesterday it was ‘reasonable’ for O to believe there was a link between the Department for International development handing aid to Ethiopia and alleged human rights abuses.

He said O may launch a judicial review to argue the department had ‘failed to have in place any sufficient process to assess Ethiopia’s compliance with the express conditions for receiving UK aid – or to follow such process’. International Development Secretary Justine Greening, who is named as the respondent on the court papers, denies the claims.

A department spokesman said: ‘The UK has never funded Ethiopia’s resettlement programmes. Our support to the Protection of Basic Services Programme is only used to provide essential services like healthcare, schooling and clean water.’

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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/16/2014 at 09:36 AM   
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calendar   Tuesday - July 15, 2014

Life of Pi: A Truly Beautiful Film

We watched Life of Pi last night. Fantastic.

Add this one to the rather short list of magical films. Slightly artsy, beautiful to watch, and an easy enjoyable storyline that makes you consider the infinite. This is an adorable movie, and I mean that in the best way possible.

Life of Pi won several Oscars, a couple BAFTAs, an Academy Award or two, plus a Saturn award from the Sci-Fi/fantasy film folks.

How short is the list? Well, I haven’t seen every film out there, but for modern films my list goes

The Gods Must Be Crazy
Like Water For Chocolate
The Secret Of Roan Innish
Chocolate
The Shipping News
Moonrise Kingdom (just barely)
Don Juan DeMarco (maybe)
Life of Pi

I’m sure there are others. And I’ve probably forgotten several more. But all of these have that special something that makes them sparkle in your heart. They glue you to the screen, and when they’re over you come away happy, thoughtful, and fully satisfied.

I looked it up online, and Life of Pi was supposed to be in 3D. Really? I have a 3D TV set, but we didn’t know, so we didn’t watch it that way. It wasn’t at all necessary, and that special effect shizz might actually be a distraction. But thinking about it, I can see where the 3D stuff would fit in. Big whoop.

It’s in English, although there are versions in other languages out there. Not that you hardly even need the dialogue; you absorb the story right into your skin. Cinematic osmosis.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/15/2014 at 01:06 PM   
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Blogger, Explain Thyself

To: Drew
From: Peiper
Subject: Ach, Crivens

What’s with Christopher? Weird? Wierd? and cucumbers used as ...

at least it was below the fold with a warning.




To: Peiper
From: Drew
Subject: Ach, Crivens

I just saw that. Jumping Jesus on a pogo stick, WTF is wrong with that oaf? Damnation, I have a bit of life for a couple of days and he starts acting like a 10 year old. AGAIN.

Wassmatta, he never ever saw the cucumber trick? Is he new to online porn just this week? Do we get the ping-pong balls and the baseball bats next? That’s all out there too, and has been for decades. String of pearls dude. String of pearls. It’s even an animated .gif these days.

Same goes for the “topographic map”. I feel like I’m dealing with a little boy who has just discovered how he pee-pee works, instead of a 60 year old man. I can only be grateful he didn’t put in any semi-naughty snaps of his wife or his sisters this time. Seriously, WTF.

Even the redhead with the machine gun. You do know that the weapon is an MG42 right? The one the Nazis used to mow down tens of thousands of Allied troops during WWII? Sure, it’s just a tool. Sure.

And he didn’t even downsize the picture to fit and then use a link for “embiggenification” as is our style. Much less give any credit to Oleg Volk who took the picture - and it’s OBVIOUSLY a Volk photo - the guy who does all those super pro-2A pictures for women and firearms.

I’m really getting tired of his passive/aggressive behavior. “Oh look, I’m being naughty, haha, whatchu gonna do? Neener neener!!” Tiring.

With all the terrible news stories out there, with all the rancid political stories out there, with all the glorious art, beautiful nature, and wondrous moments in life out there, he has to go out of his way to put up offensive juvenile crap like this nearly every time he posts. I didn’t mind the “I won a chess match” stuff, and the chess problems were interesting. AND I was really starting to appreciate how he was stepping up and posting more while you’re sick ... but he just couldn’t resist poking a stick in my eye, hoping for a reaction. Grow up.

Do I have to ban this jerk AGAIN?

Son of a bitch.

So I’ll just delete both those posts, and edit the other one. And hope somebody, somewhere, gives him the spanking he wants so badly.

UPDATE: Friends, Romans, Countrymen, people who leave comments; lend me your thumbs! Up, or Down?


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/15/2014 at 12:49 PM   
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a girl and her gun

Pretty girl in her viking costume at the games.

It looked so good and she even got a contract of some kind with L’Oreal.
Pretty good for a girl of 17.

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Belgian Axelle Despiegelaere, a 17-year-old beauty who wore her Viking-inspired red and yellow hat and a face paint during the Belgium-Russia World Cup match on June 22, bagged a L’Oreal modeling contract.
She was just there as a fan, as a supporter of her country’s football team, cheering for the Belgian kickers. But little did she know that she was being photographed and shown on TV during the game.

Belgian Axelle Despiegelaere’s photos during the Russia-Belgium group battle with her red and yellow hat and pompoms circulated and created a buzz on the Internet,which sparked interest from the L’Oréal Professionnel team. That interest turned into a modelling contract.

But then the big bad wolf of outrageous fortune made an appearance in the form of another photograph.

A young girl and her gun. Warms the heart.  But not at L’Oreal.
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Photo emerged of teenager posing with rifle and a dead animal in Africa
Now she has had contract with L’Oreal cancelled following controversy

Cosmetics giant L’Oreal has severed ties with the Belgian World Cup fan who won a modelling contract after being spotted in the crowd after it emerged she is a fan of big game hunting.

But L’Oreal has confirmed that the modelling contract it awarded her as a result of her new-found fame has already been cancelled after a photo emerged of the teenager posing with a rifle and a dead animal in Africa.

According to the Sydney Morning Herald, she wrote on her Facebook page, “Hunting is not a matter of life or death. It’s much more important than that ... this was about 1 year ago ... ready to hunt Americans today haha.”


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Posted by peiper   United Kingdom  on 07/15/2014 at 12:15 PM   
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Redhead Gun Candy

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Photograph by Oleg Volk. click pic to embiggenify.



Weapon shown is an MG 42, a Nazi machinegun from WWII. While I have absolutely no sympathy for Nazis or anything Nazi, this weapon was a superb design that was way ahead of it’s time, having a very high rate of fire (1200-1500 rpm) and being quite easy to maintain. The MG 42 is the direct father of the American M60 from the Vietnam Era, however the American weapon has only HALF the rate of fire as the original German gun, is less reliable, and harder to change hot barrels on because ours has the bipod mounted to the barrel and not to the barrel shroud like Jerry’s did ...

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The M60, nicknamed “the pig” for it’s weight, was in use from the late 1950s until ... well, it’s still in use, but most of our guys and our allies had replaced it by 2000 with the improved M60E3 and M60E4 versions which weighed a bit less and were more reliable. And the official replacement is the Belgian FN, which our guys call the M240, and that replacement program has been going on for 20 years now. So the M60 is fading away.


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/15/2014 at 11:27 AM   
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calendar   Monday - July 14, 2014

Germans Get The Big One

Germany Wins Futbol World Cup 1-0 In Double Secret Overtime

Accidentally Invades And Conquers Argentina

Embarrassed PM Merkel Gives It Back But Keeps Trophy

Putin Not Amused

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Look for the Hun on the run: bearing flags and fire, the sausage eating human tidal wave descends

Millions of Germans took to the streets around the world last night to celebrate their team’s victory in the World Cup final.

Ecstatic crowds sang and danced throughout the night following a dramatic last-gasp winner from young German hero Mario Götze, while tears flowed in Argentina after their stars - led by talisman Lionel Messi - failed to deliver.

In the Maracana stadium in Rio de Janeiro, Angela Merkel - the German Chancellor - led the celebrations by hugging the players as they went up to receive their medals and the trophy. She later enjoyed a beer with Germany’s victorious manager Joachim Low in the team’s dressing room.

Hero-of-the-hour Gotze celebrated with a kiss from his lingerie model girlfriend, while celebrities in the crowd included David Beckham - who brought sons Brooklyn, Romeo and Cruz., all wearing Argentina strips - and Rihanna, who celebrated Germany’s victory by flashing her bra and was later seen partying with the players themselves.

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Lead by WAGS, SWAGS, supermodels, and several half naked American singers in party-booty mode, a sudden influx of millions of drunk Germans overwhelmed the border crossing at Buenos Aires and caused an immediate surrender.
Finding little of value worth stealing, most went home when the Jägermeister wore off.

A stone faced Vladimir Putin made no comment.

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3.2 gazillion pictures at this link.


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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/14/2014 at 02:17 PM   
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warm breezes

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/14/2014 at 01:53 PM   
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calendar   Sunday - July 13, 2014

Never get a tattoo…

I’m watching a movie called ‘Down Periscope’. (Originally I was looking for McHale’s Navy on Amazon Prime.)

Opening scene: Top brass in Washington are debating about promoting a man to command a billion-dollar submarine. Point of contention? Said commander has ‘Welcome Aboard’ tattooed on his penis. The CNO (Chief of Naval Operations) thinks this does not reflect well on the Navy.

Well, he loses points for having a tattoo at all. Gains points for enduring the pain of tattooing THAT location!

(Uh, Drew? Can you delete the pings? I don’t think any of those sites that BMEWS pings exist anymore.)

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Reminder Chris, never look up bad movies on YouTube… you’ll get a bad Village People cover! BTW, why are they wearing dress whites in the bunk spaces?


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Posted by Christopher   United States  on 07/13/2014 at 07:03 PM   
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Preparing For The Influx

I’m going to put my money where my mouth is ... or at least where my arm is. I am strongly concerned about the illegals flooding our nation, bringing in all sorts of germs and plagues with them.

If my government won’t stop them, then the least I can do is protect myself. So I’m going to get a full round of vaccinations. Some I had as a small child, so a booster shouldn’t hurt. Some I’ve never had, so I’m at risk already.

I can get it done at Walmart. Don’t even have to go to a medical clinic, but I think I will just to get good advise. No point getting a shot I have no use for.

It’s not that expensive if you don’t have insurance, and if you do it’s probably covered.  Are you up to date and ready for the flood?

http://seniorjournal.com/NEWS/Health/2012/20120915-Sams_Club.htm
http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules/hcp/adult.html

Schedule of CDC recommended vaccinations for adults below the fold, or follow the link above.

See More Below The Fold

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Posted by Drew458   United States  on 07/13/2014 at 11:36 AM   
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