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            Friday, October 31, 2014




  Elegant Dining On The Cheap Ideas

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            Elegant Dining On The Cheap Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/31/2014 12:06:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (1) | Send This Post | HOME
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At least they are getting married and not going into hock for it. FWIW: I really miss White Castle.
 
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  Waiting For Al Franken To Win In Maryland







Last week we saw how "Early voting in Illinois got off to a rocky start when votes being cast for Republican candidates were transformed into votes for Democrats."  This week the same charges have been leveled here in Maryland. 
Democratic candidate Anthony Brown says he’s confident the board will address all issues.

“I think we should always be vigilant to make sure that voters can cast a ballot and that it’s accurately recorded,” said Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, (D) Maryland. In a statement to WJZ, board officials say “election officials receive similar reports in every election.

Post-election analysis (?) has shown that this is caused by voter error. Voters with large fingers or long nails or voters who hold the touchscreen with their palm resting on the screen seem to report this issue more frequently.”  ahem

Okay, I'm listening to Tom Marr (WCBM) this morning, and a women calls about her voting experience in Queen Anne's County (MD). It went something like this.


Woman, voice shaking ( ...  after I voted for Andy Harris (the only elected congressional Republican  from Md.) I checked my ballot to make sure I'd filled everything in and thereright in front of my eyesmy vote for Harris disappeared and moved to the Democrat!  I raised my hand and the election judge came over.   I explained what just happened and he asked, "Well, did you fix it?".  I went back and changed it to Harris, then watched  for a few minutes to make sure it didn't change again before punching out. 

After the Ellen Sauerbrey stick-up in 1994, I doubt there's many non-Liberals in this state who have faith in the outcome of any close race.  The explanation that long fingernails, or hitting the screen with a palm is responsible is lame to begin with, but impossible when the change appears on the review screen.  So, either this lady is lying, or this is a prima facie case of machine code being "tweaked" by you-know-who.



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            Maryland Vote Fraud Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/31/2014 10:30:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (4) | Send This Post | HOME
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It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything.

Joseph Stalin


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It's not "voter error" (no matter what "calibration errors" are postulated) when the errors always go one way.
Vote fraud/corruption is an attempt to overthrow the gov't by unlawful means.
You know … treason or sedition.
 
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It's obvious they want us to jump to the fourth box.

In Commie enclaves like Maryland, Illinois, New York, et al, I don't see much alternative. Sooner the better, I say.
 
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            Thursday, October 30, 2014


TODAY'S HOMILY

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            Freshman Logic Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/30/2014 12:09:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (3) | Send This Post | HOME
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You're assuming that only good people come back from the future.
What if the future is populated by jackasses?
I mean, after the first jackass came back (and there'll bound to be one), wouldn't the present and future be populated mainly by jackasses?
Yeah, explains a lot.
 
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which reality are we talking about? This one? Or one where Obama is a poolboy in Beirut?
 
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Illegal Invaders                                              


 

HOME INVASION & YOUR RIGHT TO SELF DEFENSE


A conversation worth having, in the absence of law enforcement

Self-Defense Overview
It is a universally accepted principle that a person may protect themselves from harm under appropriate circumstances, even when that behavior would normally constitute a crime. 

Self-defense is defined as the right to prevent suffering force or violence through the use of a sufficient level of counteracting force or violence.  This definition is simple enough on its face, but it raises many questions when applied to actual situations.  For instance, what is a sufficient level of force or violence when defending oneself? 
As a general rule, self-defense only justifies the use of force when it is used in response to an immediate threat.  The threat can be verbal, as long as it puts the intended victim in an immediate fear of physical harm.

Castle Doctrine
Even in states that require a person to retreat from the threat of imminent harm before defending themselves, a person can often use deadly force against someone who unlawfully enters their home.  This rule, also known as “the castle doctrine,” allows people to defend their homes against intruder through lethal force. (source Find Law)

Closer to home:
 The group believes that the illegal voting has been happening for years.(Duh)

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            Do we take this lying down? Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/30/2014 12:00:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (0) | Send This Post | HOME
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This Flyer's Purpose:  Turn 20 Now Red Texas Congressional Districts Blue




Rodge,

  This is the front side of a flyer I received in the mail. I knew passing healthcare wouldn't placate the progressives. According to this flyer, the next step to offset the high costs of Obamacare is to pass a $20 an hr minimum wage. The left won't be satisfied until they destroy free-market capitalism.

  One thing you can say about the dems that you don't see from the repubs are battle plans. Winning Texas would be huge for them, and I can remember seeing plans to turn Tx blue about 5 years ago. The repubs just seem to be satisfied with whatever they win, and have an image of not only not planning, but not even fighting back. At the nat'l level the party is controlled by the RINO faction, and fight with the dems against conservatives.

Drummer Rick


Yeah, well everything is larger than life in Texas, and that includes blatant political crime.  Democrats brazen enough to steal a US Senate seat for LBJ; steal a presidential election from Richard Nixon (which ultimtely led to President LBJ ); who regularly indict political enemies on trumped up charges; who help engineer the most massive invasion of illegals in—hellworld history?—in order to nullify the American vote;  well, they are capable of anything.  Only solution I can think of is to nuke Austin Texas., which would be quite illegal, unfortunately.  But, then, this is Texas. Hey, I know.  When I was a kid there were tricks to save people in just such a predicament!


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            The Nays of Texas Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/30/2014 11:06:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (2) | Send This Post | HOME
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$20 an hour? Why stop there? If we made the minimum wage $50 an hour, then everybody would be rich!
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A raise in minimum wage will give you skyrocketing prices on everything, destroy supply and demand economic function and complete Soetoro's wet dream of fundamentally destroying the USA faster than he had planned. You could easily end up being a butler or worse for some of his voter fraud illegal aliens that he has invited in and your next latte at Starbucks will cost you $75.00.
 
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The Obamissariat 
                                     
Obama's assault on Israel is a moral outrage
(if one has morals to begin with)





During the 2008 presidential election, as skeptics of Barack Obama questioned his support for Israel, his campaign, with help from media allies, pursued an aggressive counteroffensive. The strategy was to delegitimize reasonable criticism of Obama’s record by lumping it together with zany conspiracy theories from fringe figures and anonymous Internet commenters.

[Atlantic’s Jeffrey] Goldberg boasted that Netanyahu was essentially suckered by Obama into holding off on an attack that could have prevented Iran from becoming a nuclear power.
Weeks before the election, the Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg wrote a post titled, “Dear Jews: Stop the Obama Paranoia.” He urged, “all you rumor-mongering, fever-headed Jewish conspiracists: Support McCain, if you want, and there are credible reasons for doing so, but stop smearing Obama in the face of overwhelming evidence that the man is a great friend of Jews and of Israel. After a point, it becomes obvious that what you fear is not Israel's destruction, but the presence of an African-American in the White House. And that's disgusting.”

But critics of Obama have unfortunately been vindicated. [Full]


There really is nothing new to be saidI'm just piling at this pointbut I imagine there will be Hollywood Jew enablers of Obama who will someday be surprised to realize what they've done. But they won't blame themselves.

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            Yes, Hitler Junior Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/30/2014 10:13:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (1) | Send This Post | HOME
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Golly, hate to be a stuck record on this, but after living among the east coast Hebe for years, the irony is just so delicious. No doubt one day soon our "good friends" in Israel will wake up to the same El Paso style bum rush of Palestinians (muslim mexicans)that we are experiencing. Only there will be close quarter combat with the ISIS boys and the like. Most likely, the muzzies will get the whole place back. And to register the shock of it all, American Jews will only vote for the next Marxist anti-semite to a level of about 85%. Irony like this must be like LSD to God.

Hey, remember the Liberty! -Anymouse
 
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Is this the worst person in America?*





[...] That former employee — nicknamed by me just now as the Elder Skelter — told New Jersey’s gaming commission that “illegal activity” was going down at Pleasant View — an underground bingo game with a 10-cent per card buy-in and a three-card maximum— New Jersey’s Legalized Games of Chance Control Commission made the decision to drop the hammer.

Residents of Pleasant View Village can no longer play their beloved 10-cent games with non-residents, and they cannot play at all when the Meals on Wheels program is in the building three days a week. In fact, the Meals on Wheels program now requires a permit to allow bingo games while they are in the building. [FullStory]


Just a guess, but with the collapse of the Atlantic City gambling industry, the Garden State is fife with Games of Chance Control Commission hangers-on desperate to protect their sinecure. It's what happens when bureaucrats are threatened with shrinkage. 

*No.  That would be Barack Obama


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Industries come and go; bureaucracies, like cockroaches, survive forever.

A careful search would discover the Bureau of BuggyWhip Control in a closet somewhere...

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They pulled this same crap 6 years ago with all the bowling alleys. There wasn't a league in the state that didn't raise money for their prize fund by weekly playing Strikeball or 50-50. Nope. All shut down now. We were gambling they say. For a while you couldn't even play Mark Poker. All time honored games only open to folks in that league.

League membership has dropped off in alleys all across the state.

 
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            Wednesday, October 29, 2014




 

"He was arrested this morning. His name is Dana Long and he is Bethany Hall-Long's husband, Delaware State Senator and Democrat."

Okay, small potatoes compared to stuff like Jaw-Dropping Study Claims Large Numbers of Non-Citizens Vote in U.S., but this is one guy doing all he can (without using firearms) to contain these lawless Democrats.  Yes, Democrats;  from stem to stern, top to bottom; they are a cancer. Cheers on him!

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            Dana Long, Arrested 'Crat Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/29/2014 06:59:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (0) | Send This Post | HOME
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Liberals have this terrible and annoying habit of congratulating themselves for their intellectual heft merely because they hold liberal views. Once this arrogant notion reigns, it's tough for liberals to acknowledge when one of their own says something so remarkably untrue and stupid that it makes you wonder just how ignorant is the liberal really. -- L. Brent Bozell III

That lede from Hillary Clinton Flunks Economics is so good I want to gild it and put it in a glass case.  The story itself is only another example of stupid things Hillary Clinton gets away with; e.g.

At an event for Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley in Boston on Oct. 24, Hillary Clinton told the assembled Democratic faithful:
"Don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs."

I'm adding it to my (now 5) favorite Hillary Quotes:
  1. "We are going to take things away from you on behalf of the common good."
  2. "God bless the America we are trying to create."
  3. "I have to confess that it's crossed my mind that you could not be a Republican and a Christian."
  4. "Come on Bill, put your dick up!  You can’t fuck her here!!” (to Gov. Clinton when she spots him talking with an attractive female).
  5. Don't let anybody tell you that, you know, it's corporations and businesses that create jobs.

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            Liberals have this terrible habit ... Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/29/2014 05:04:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (4) | Send This Post | HOME
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"Gee Webb straight is better than bent"
 
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• This looks like a nice place for a picnic, Webb.
• I just found those billing records lying there.
• Let's play catch with this book, and this telephone, and this lamp, and this …
• I was on the Nixon investigation committee for a while.
• Huma and I are just friends.
• etc.
• At this point, what difference does it make?
 
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I didn't know she was French!
 
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Looking for the soft side here boss .....


“As far as Barack Obama is concerned, he doesn’t care who wins the Senate,” Limbaugh said on his national broadcast Tuesday. “When it’s all said and done, it isn’t gonna change what he’s doing. I think everybody ought to buckle up for Obama in these last two years.”

Limbaugh said once January arrives, it isn’t going to matter which political party will be in charge of the Senate:

“He’s gonna executive action, executive order as much as he thinks he can get away with. And he’s gonna go, I think, at NASCAR break-neck speeds. And don’t think he’s gonna care what they say in the Senate, I don’t think he’s gonna care what they do in the Senate because he knows the one thing they won’t do is impeach him.

“And so Obama’s gonna tell himself, ‘There’s no way they’re gonna stop me.’ He’s gonna tell himself, ‘They won’t even try to stop me. They may try to stop me by not giving me the votes, but what do I care? I’m gonna sign executive actions. I’m gonna have [Ebola czar] Ron Klain out there leading the way for me.’”

Rush Limbaugh yesterday


*See?  Everyone has a soft side *


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Worst hooker-shoooz evar.

e~C

["executive order as much as he thinks he can get away with"

Who's gonna stop him, eh?
 
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  WHO REMEMBERS ...

I was actually elected audio visual cart guy at St. Pat's HS in Chicago (had to leave the room while voting took place).

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Naval training films and a Beta/VHS player was gee whiz stuff.
 
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^ Put 'er there.
I was a Bell & Howell-trained movie-projector operator in 7th/8th grades. Still have the official B&H lapel pin around here somewhere.
You know … a certified nerd.
 
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You guys got lapel pins? Aw man!! we got nothing! We did learn how to splice film and reel-to-reel tape, and how to maintain the old beasts. And the overhead projectors. Don't forget them.

Being the A/V nerds didn't get us much time away from class, but we had a key to a locked room we could go in, and shut the rest of the school out for a little while.


 
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Don't forget the Kodak Carousel slide show that had the audio record that did the voice over, and told you when to change slides BEEEP.

Or the ancient gray, crackle finished film strip projector, that looked like some small piece of electronic artillery.

 
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^ You guys had reel-to-reel tape? Oooh …
We did have a film strip projector, though.
It sat in the utility room with the mimeograph machine.
 
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mimeograph machine! I can see a time when the mimeograph will again be a prized possession - and hunted down by the gov't. Plus, I can still smell those mimeo spirits.
 
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Count me in your ranks as well!! From 16mm, to slides, to carousels, mimeographs, film strips, record players, and we also had the laminate machines, and other peripheral odds and ends.

Agree with Rodger, I think there is more than a very good chance the mimeograph will be making a strong come back. (And distributors points and plugs for ones car..after the EMF blast renders most electronic ignitions moot.)
 
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" key to a locked room we could go in, and shut the rest of the school out for a little while"

Having envy here, boss. Guurlz weren't allowed in AV; or calculus class.
*sigh*

wait... #RapeCulture!!1!

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I got an "A" in a freshman college course because I was the only one in a class of 90 who could run the film projector.

Course was "Physics for elementary education majors" and I enrolled since it was an elective and I needed something to help my grade point average.

Teacher was a real babe and I was one of the three males in the entire class.
 
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art is everywhere                                                   


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            Kitchen Studios Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/29/2014 12:31:00 PM | PERMALINK Back Link (3) | Send This Post | HOME
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I see Prince Harry is still gainfully employed !
 
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The difference between art and porn? Art has better lighting. Is this how Bob Ross got his start before PBS? Those binocs could use a splash of Windex judging from the looks of his efforts...
 
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What's the difference between pornography and art? A government grant.

 
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Democrat Media Monkeys









The Bumpification of the Midterm Elections


Something Else Strategies, the media-consulting firm responsible for “Squeal,” also masterminded a widely noted spot for the Republican Mike McFadden, who is challenging Al Franken for his Senate seat in Minnesota. McFadden, a former college-football player who now coaches a youth team, recruited his players to appear in a “Bad News Bears"-style spot in which they mess up handoffs (“Washington is fumbling our future”) and clobber each other (“Obamacare needs to be sacked”) before the coach rouses them to “get out there and hit somebody.”

At that point, for no particular reason, one player hits him below the belt, leaving the coach to recite the “I’m Mike McFadden, and I approve this message” bit in a high-pitched squeal — the universal signifier of a guy who has just been hit in his junk.

Critics of the McFadden ad questioned whether such a joke might fall beneath the dignity of a prospective United States senator.

Republicans look poised to pick up Congressional seats throughout America a week from today, so it is accordingly time for the New York Times to let its contempt for the portion of America that exists west of the Hudson to fly. The article, entitled “The Bumpkinification of the Midterm Elections” reads like an 800 word grievance against the idea that Rep. Bruce Braley (D-IA) should have to apologize for suggesting that a farmer is unfit to serve as a Senator. In a fairly representative paragraph, the New York Times displays its exasperation at the idea that politicians should have to apologize for being professional politicians (Red State)
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"... fall beneath the dignity of a prospective United States senator"... ?


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Wait, you forgot the rollover!


(My captcha word is "derpends". Perfection!)
 
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Drew - that's thepic I was looking for but cunt find in my fractured archives! Perfect.
 
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 THRILLS                        



INSTAGRAM GLITCHES

Unplugged

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Shouldn't the Grandma (in the rollover) be using an Instamatic?

Re: the NYT
If it ain't from New York City, it ain't worth sh*t!
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            Tuesday, October 28, 2014




'FAT GIRL' HALLOWEEN COSTUMES







Walmart sparked outrage on social media Monday after they featured plus-size Halloween costumes on their website under the "fat girl costumes" category.

This is apparently what people were looking at this morning when they typed "fat" into the store's search engine ...


Here's the story,  but watching the Channel 5 news-readerette with twisted panties above says everything about what decent people have to deal with these days from  sanctimonious politically correct cows like her.  Sheesh.  The next post down (the Islamo "joke")  is another example.    *click-click*


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So it's okay to use the term "plus size" but the word "fat" is verbotten??
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Islamos
The punishment for riding on the same bike as a boy
  

Clearly the UK is still a moderate Muslim country. He wasn’t beheaded, was he?
(Note: this joke may be illegal in the United Kingdom. If you read it and chuckled, report immediately to the nearest police department that is busy ignoring Muslim sexual abuse of girls.) (via Vlad Tepes)


A pensioner who said ‘I’m not Muslim’ when he was asked to remove his shoes at airport security has spent more than six months facing charges for racism.

Paul Griffith, 75, pictured, set off the security scanner’s alarm at Stansted airport when travelling to Malaga for a week’s holiday.

He removed his shoes as requested, but said: ‘I am not Muslim am I?’

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A security guard accused him of racism and called the police, saying he was upset by the remark.

‘One minute I am queuing up to get on a plane and the next I am confronted by two armed policemen.

‘They said I had used racist language and took me to an office in the terminal,’ Mr Griffith said yesterday.

…He was charged with causing ‘racially or religiously aggravated harassment, alarm or distress’. [Full]

              

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Since when is "Muslim" a race? Last time I looked it was a religion?
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sounds fun!
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Seems like "Criminals" are considered a race, nowadays ACLU: Targeted Internet Ads Are Racist…
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Hate crime! Hate crime!

This is very little different from the poor bastard
neighbor of Winston Smith being ratted on for "Thought
crime" by his own son.

This is the vision of the neoliberal left. This leads like
night into day to gulags and reeducation camps.
I expect that every statement I ever made on the
Intertubes will seal my fate. And yet, I keep typing!
 
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Would it also be a "Hate Crime" to point out that Rigby, the soldier beheaded by a Muslim, was a VICTIM (a REAL victim) of a Hate Crime?
 
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I wonder how many Canadians will go to the reeducation center after their little kerfluffle with the muzzies. Surely a few must take offense. And don't you know the commie libs in 'merca just slobber all over themselves at the thought of having these types of laws.

See you in the camp Mr. Jones. -Anymouse
 
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ASIDE:  Yes, I'm still watching Top Gear (BBC) on Netflix. My 5th or sixth cyle.  Why?  I don't know. I mean, that works out to 95 8-hour days of  it!  It obviously has a salutary effect on me, else I wouldn't.  The cast in the newer series do seem to be a parody of themselves; there's only so many times you can drop caravans on more caravans, or race across deserts in £1500 Porches; but I carry on anyway.  The "golden years" had this opening sequence (right), and ended (I think) with the annoying  "Some say he ... The Stig" introduction meme.  Strange thing is, I'm now watching the 2004 episodes, and for the first time, one of the cars (the "NEW" Golf GTI) looks dated. 

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            Top Gear Cars Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/28/2014 10:27:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (4) | Send This Post | HOME
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Now compare the Veyron to a Tesla motor. Kinda like an IBM System S/360 to a iPhone (well not really, but you get the idea).
http://www.teslamotors.com/roadster/technology/motor
olds-mo
 
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@Now compare the Veyron to a Tesla motor. Kinda like an IBM System S/360 to a iPhone (well not really, but you get the idea).

a continuum of crap?

 
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Judging by the photo, I would say either a small
industrial or marine engine. If the later, the straight
gearbox might indicate surface drives.


 
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The Bugatti Veyron may be called "Irrational exuberance", but they have a point.

If you want reliability and power, of course, the turbines win...as long as you disregard the ramjet,
which is nothing but a pipe and nozzles with infinite durability and nearly infinite consumption.

However, if you take into account fuel usage and cost, piston engines win by a very wide margin...

Like the DC-3 is still today unequalled in capacity, economy and reliability in airplanes,
it's the Pratt and Withney R-2800 that win the all time championship in reliability, power
and economy...it powered the all around best fighter of WW II, the P-47 and it still power
the best fire fighting flying boat, the Canadair CL-215.
 
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            Lenin's Last ... Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/28/2014 09:25:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (3) | Send This Post | HOME
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Hmmm...a picture of Lenin on his way to becoming a "Good Communist."
 
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Nice of the devil to pose with him.
 
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Hmm .. anybody else notice a resemblence between Lenin and Woodrow Wilson? Who wheeled WW off into the great beyond?
 
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The nation's leader in serial killers; CPUSA dominated labor unions,  and King County, the Cook County of  western USA political corruption.




[...] This kind of attack is going to become more frequent.The slap-fight fascists at the Orwellian named Human Rights Campaign (because their actions demonstrate that they are only in favor of human rights so long as sodomy is involved) is gearing up a campaign directed at Catholic prelates who are vocal about adhering to Scripture and Tradition (both of which proscribe what the HRC is in favor of):

The LGBT group has announced an activist effort targeting eight bishops in a pamphlet that labels them as “the best of the worst Catholic bishops across the country.”

Its campaign will target Cardinal Francis George of Chicago, Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco, Archbishop John Nienstedt of St. Paul and Minneapolis, Archbishop Dennis Schnurr of Cincinnati, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, Ky., the president of the U.S. bishops’ conference, Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia, Archbishop William Lori of Baltimore and Bishop Thomas Paprocki of Springfield, Ill.

The effort aims to target bishops the activist group claims have been “most outspoken in their rejection of LGBT Catholics, their civil rights and their rightful place in the Church.” The effort will include Rosary events and literature distributions in the bishops’ home cities.

Attacks on Christians who adhere to Christian doctrine actually does us a favor. First off, it pull the mask off the ugly face of sexual deviance revealing it the monstrosity it is. Second, it give Christians everywhere a wake up call that you can’t cooperate with moral evil such as abortion and homosexual activity and expect the evil to not turn on you. [Full]

Mississipi Mark? This is the kind of stuff that used to pour out of the deep South, until about 30 years ago; LOL. 


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            Mark Miloscia is a .. a ... OMFG, a Catholic? Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/28/2014 09:08:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (3) | Send This Post | HOME
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In fairness the guy sounds like bad news. I have no idea why someone would want a DNA database of law abiding citizens (which is probably unConstitutional in any case) but the rest of his platform, at least as summarized in the cartoon is pure bad news.
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A lobbyist sitting in government? Wouldn't matter who or what he was a lobbyist for, that's a clear conflict of interest.

And, if he's lobbying to impose any sort of religious views on the state it's inappropriate at best (and a step towards violating the first ammendment).

The rest of the points ...
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             MONDAY NIGHT LIGHTS Posted by Rodger the Real King of France | 10/28/2014 08:32:00 AM | PERMALINK Back Link (0) | Send This Post | HOME
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