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  • [7] September 15, 2014 at 9:44pm

    “Strategic” mistake? Come on man, these murderers are making Obama look like JV.

    What? Did you think that suiting a golfer could make him a world stage leader?

  • September 15, 2014 at 9:22pm

    Science Channel had a blurb on Helium 3 on, potentially on, the moon. Helium 3 is valuable as it can have a nuclear reaction without creating the dangerous waste, which means, clean, or very cleaner, electric power generation.

    The moon is the new mine. Miners grab your helmets and your Bibles, for soon it will be time to go.

  • September 15, 2014 at 9:13pm

    The answer is Helium 3.

    All the nuclear power, without the nuclear waste. So, are lunar missions worth it?

    Helium 3 is a word for the future. Perhaps I should have T-shirts manufactured?

    Now, how about interplanetary legal disputes. The U.S. staked the moon with the American flag. Say then, do we own it? You know, the lunar tidal pusher. Or do we free people just own the immediate ground impaled by our flagstaff?

    Issues, issues issues.

    Nuclear power, without nuclear waste, puts us in a position to totally withdraw (oil production concerns, military forces) from the Middle East. Maybe then everybody just might be happy.

    Helium 3.

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  • [1] September 12, 2014 at 5:02pm

    Creepy. The dentist’s novella makes no sense.

  • September 12, 2014 at 1:05pm

    I have been a great critic of the President’s policies and his morals (lie/deceive). But he is in a difficult situation.

    The familiar saw “the enemy of my enemy is my friend” is gnarly applicable. Apparently Syria is the enemy. ISIS is the enemy and the enemy of Syria. And the Syrian rebels are the enemy of the enemy and enemy and perhaps a friendly.

    If we do not arm the Syrian rebels, they are less capable of being a partner in the war on ISIS. How would I define in layman terms ISIS? Basically it amounts to a stateless, quasi-official, theocracy with a dangerously sized Army and, somewhat of, an Air Force, And ISIS wants a state, or better said, a caliphate, beginning by tearing apart vulnerable nations. All with the goal of offensive global domination.

    However, if ISIS takes the weapons from the rebels, that is bad. So would be factions breaking away from the Syrian rebels with the weapons. That is bad.

    So should the President arm or not arm the rebels? If it were me, no crew served weapons, no ordnance launcher, including, but not limited to tanks, mortars, anti-tank launcher, etc.

    If anything at all, I would permit only rifles and pistols — ISIS has oodles of weapons anyway — AK-47′s go for a buck in that area?

    The ISIS Army 30,000 troops strong?

    Well then, we better get started on launching the necessary 20,000 sorties, or so, necessary to defeat the ISIS ground army with our air power. If ISIS retreats to populated areas?

  • September 10, 2014 at 10:56pm

    Our good works can be undone without intent, without meaning; and too oft, with witless offense.

    So what is the remedy? Finish good works, shun offense.

  • September 10, 2014 at 10:41pm

    May our hope of a good life match the President’s methods to prevent a bad one.

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  • September 10, 2014 at 9:46pm

    Still later, Mounds continues the story of Ray, “the Bridgeman.”

  • September 10, 2014 at 9:38pm

    After a few repetitions, Ray said, “Love is the five senses, plus a little bit. I first see a beauty, but need more. I then hear and smell her, but still I lack. I then touch her to know if I am close, all leading to the taste, which is near conclusive. But there is more, as I intimated.”

  • September 10, 2014 at 9:37pm

    Well now, anyways, you see, when Mounds met “Ray”, Mounds was on the incoherent side of an assignment. A reporter running amok about the country chronicling bridge dwellers. Mounds, to his delight, discovered Ray to be good, in a strange way. Ray seemed to belong, and to not belong, to the now, all at the same time.

    Ray then broke the unnoticed silence of contemplation. “Sir, as such a brute, and so similarly unprepared, I must welcome you without decent faire.” Mounds, detecting the semblance of paucity yet also the grandeur of words giving rise to such poor-mouthing, concluded that there is more, even though there now appears to be no more. All at the same time.
    Mounds sprang into action. Whipping out his practiced mantra and the stuff. “Let us raise a glass to all that is good,” piped Mounds, whilst presumptively cajoling Ray and declaring, “You must share your story.” Mounds then pulled cork on something conveniently aged 54 years old, with a Scot name on it. As he did so, with crab-like claws, Mound’s whisked into Ray’s view a bouquet of cocktail glasses, clanking them all the way to the table, thence pecking them atop now rapidly spilling crystals wet with Scottish heritage.

    The obvious first question that Mounds quizzed Ray pertained to “love”. “What is love?, he asked Ray.

    Ray knocked back the crystalline contents and demanded a repeat. Mounds obliged and Ray continued with similar results.

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  • September 10, 2014 at 9:36pm

    Yes, we must defend the good.

    The Epic Mule, Digital News for the Modern Hippie and Artistic Rebels

    Dateline: Washington D.C., September 10, 2014

    Special Report: Johnny Mounds in, “The Bridgeman”

    This afternoon, Johnny Mounds, Mule investigative reporter, emerged from deep cover. Dragging with him pieces of a most disturbing account. This story, grotesque in bit, is licensed by social grace merely in that the deceased person has declared it to be told.

    Now, Mounds, whilst investigative reporting “the bridge people” found himself glued to a sticky wicket. Just who are “the bridge people”? Must you be sophisticated and diverse to achieve this understanding? Or must you be authentic, accepting everything as it is? A quandary of a very difficult proposition.

    For you see, Mounds eventually, in his journey, discovered “Ray”, whom Mounds suspected to be an eternal. For how many truly materially and numerically rich humans find their foremost dwelling beneath a train bridge? “Ray’s bridge,” as Mounds now calls it, eyed a river ravine carving for a millennium or more, a perch of a promontory set beneath a train trestle. Complete with all amenities. You know, beamed ceilings, fragranced by the smell of creosote, a view of a white-capped river, all broadcasting the sounds of the living and giving sensation to raw nature, and just what better for the natural man?”

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  • [3] September 9, 2014 at 6:42pm

    Texas should be vigilant.

    However, my own sense is that Tijuana or parts near, will be the point of debarkation for ISIS.

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  • September 9, 2014 at 6:39pm

    Right now it is 1:38 a.m., September 10, 2014. in Syria. How well are the terrorists sleeping at present?

  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 6:08pm

    Having said this, I am sure the Navy Seals have a special delivery about to be handed to “Jihadi John.” His ass.

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  • September 9, 2014 at 6:05pm

    Oh yes, hours before 9-11, the President will be making the case for not having caught a prosecuted the Benghazi culprits…no wait! He will warn ISIS how his administration will bring them swiftly to justice, like the Benghazi culprits…no wait! He will just say he will bring them swiftly to justice. You know with that new arrest device on drones and planes. You know, no boots on the ground, no arrests made by soldiers.

    This is all so confusing. So it is in the best of all possible worlds.

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  • [2] September 9, 2014 at 5:53pm

    Ok, for the novice. If you take the typical semi-automatic handgun. A person can fire off a clip of ten rounds in a matter of seconds. Assume if you will, a Panera employee recognizes the sound and the visual of blood splatter all over the restaurant and calls 9-11. By the time the Panera employee explains what is going on to the 9-11 operator, a reload and second barrage of carnage occurs. If this does happen, the patrons will agree that a sterling citizen able to obtain a conceal and carry license might be good to have around. No matter what the very apologetic restaurant might have. Folks, this stuff happens fast, too fast for meaningful police response.

    And Panera? Well, they will apologize; and for you anti-gun extremists, at least you got that going for you.

    To my view, conceal and carry types are always nice to have around. The criminals are packing, you just don’t see it. That is until it is too late for apologies.

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  • [1] September 9, 2014 at 5:41pm

    No more cinnamon bagels for my family in this free fire zone for criminals.

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  • September 9, 2014 at 3:52pm

    This whole display of attitude is why you should never intervene in the assault of a woman. For too many will be angry at you for doing so. In fact, too many will make you out for being the bad guy. And so it is, this as it is, the best of all possible worlds.

    For you see, the girl could be bats-out in love with the dude knocking her lights out. Perhaps the message is to not interfere.

  • September 9, 2014 at 3:48pm

    Oh by the way, I’m not kicking Janay while she is down. However, I do think this is what the video shows that Mr. Rice did. Just sayin.

  • September 9, 2014 at 3:42pm

    For most cases of domestic assault consummated by battery the culprit need not worry about losing their job due to employer vagaries. The prosecutor and penitentiary take care of this on their own.

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