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Saturday, June 29, 2013

Shawn Custis, 42, was apprehended less than an hour after authorities released his name, according to Anthony Ambrose, Chief of Detectives for the Essex County Prosecutor's Office. The suspect was arrested by the FBI Violent Fugitive Task Force and Prosecutor"s detectives in New York City shortly before 6 p.m. in Manhattan. He is being transported to an undisclosed police location in New Jersey, Ambrose said. Custis is charged with first-degree attempted murder, due to the severity of the beating, as well as robbery, burglary and endangering the welfare of a child. "It was a horrific and brutal crime and detectives and the FBI did a really good job cooperating together to bring this individual to justice," Ambrose said. Authorities today identified Custis as the man captured on film mercilessly beating a woman in front of her child. Authorities are looking for 42-year-old Shawn Custis, charged in the home invasion robbery and beating of a Millburn mother caught on the family's nanny camera. Essex County Prosecutor's Office Custis is a career criminal with 12 felony convictions and a long record dating back to the early 90s. He was most recently jailed in connection with a string of burglaries across New Jersey in March 2011. He served 10 months in jail and was released in December, according to court records.



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93 comments:

  1. Didn't notice the flat screen before:

    3 yr old goes from Kid's TV to that.

    Not good.

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    1. "But the most amazing trick Camilo has pulled out of his toolbox is his new furniture designs. He had been creating solid industrial pieces since art school, but his current work conveys some of the most fluid three-dimensional forms since fiberglass set the modern movement ablaze—and it is all done in with two dimensions. The pieces are made up of thick metal plates, evenly spaced,"

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      Fiberglass was the rage for "modern" sculpture when I took my required art-history class @ Beserkley in the sixties.

      ...walking down the hall to my class was a mixture of the smell of still-curing resin from the sculptures with Greek-Era art posted on the walls.

      I preferred the Coney-Island Style Dogs accross the street at the postage-stamp sized stand.

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  3. Odd that he was not reformed by that 10 month sentence.

    I would have expected he would have found salvation in an incarceration of that duration.

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  4. "First degree attempted murder."

    I like the sounds of that.

    The First time my niece was being assaulted she was being strangled and a guy next door called the police. And she declined to speak.

    The Second time was 'just a normal beating' and she declined to speak.

    The Third time she was in the hospital near death and the police were involved directly. Then she spoke.

    'Abi' cleaned out the joint bank account before he fled back to India.

    I don't know where it stands with the local prosecutor now. It is in their hands, which may be tied. I do not know the extradition treaties. My lawyer did not either. But 'Abi' is on the national immediate arrest list if he tries to enter the county, perhaps some other countries too. Then he would face trial and we here would find him guilty. Then we would have to house him for forty years or so.

    I do like/respect Hindu philosophy but what I have found of Hindu daily 'culture' disgusts me in the extreme. But it is slightly better than the norm in islam.

    There is something to be said for the NSA, if they run the Watch List.

    My niece is healing.

    I love her.

    No more news here on this front.

    Reporting: bpos Worley ,Idaho Box 1

    Racist Division (as uncle Rufie has accused me of being)


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    1. My niece is currently in Germany from where she told me 'bpos I am not going to marry a German.'

      This put a smile on my face, remembering German history.

      For reporting this here I was accused of 'racism' by our Canadian nitwit Ash.

      bpos

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    2. The India-Pakistan border as seen at night, from space:

      I must say it is much better lit than NORKO, but GE's 60's era Ads to light up the night to reduce crime do not seem to run true in Hindu.

      ht - Starling Hunter

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    3. And your restating it again simply reinforces the evidence of your racism boobie. Obviously you fail to comprehend that German history does not determine the actions and ethics of an individual German person today. Please, though, carry on with your ignorant posting. They do provide a comedic, though tragic, read.

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    4. The Pathos overwhelms.

      Who gives a shit about Logos?

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  5. It can get really bad but maybe someday she and I will be able to form Niece/Uncle International.

    bpos

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    California schools prosletyze for Obamacare (on your dime).

    In a school district were only 66% of students graduate, you might think that a school district might have better things to do with their money than promote Obamacare. You would be wrong. The 1984 theme keeps recurring with this presidency, now the political indoctrination of children.

    California school officials will use their part of a $37 million grant of taxpayer funds to teach school children how to promote Obamacare to their own families.

    Los Angeles Unified School District, a district already in deep financial trouble, will use almost $1 million to meet its goal to trains teens “to be messengers to family members” about how to take advantage of taxpayer subsidized health care, known best as Obamacare.

    According to the Heartlander Magazine, spokeswoman Sarah Soto-Taylor of Covered California, the state’s branch of the federal program, said the staff doesn’t question the goal.


    And there is much more. Read on...


    http://www.wnd.com/2013/06/obama-to-teach-kids-to-promote-obamacare/#qOb1pqfA5JSuZzf1.99

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      “This is the beginning of the Orwellian indoctrination for kids, and the next thing you know they will want feedback on what the kids say, and (be) recording the feedback of the parents, essentially making spies of kids reporting on their own families! This is un-American.”

      I saw a piece on this on one of the TV channels yesterday. According to it, this has already started as the grant will require monitoring and the filing or quarterly reports showing progress and effectiveness.

      One has to wonder how it will affect the teachers performance ratings. One has to wonder how it will effect the students grades? Do you get extra credit if you bring in a note from your parents saying Yes, to Obamacare? Do you get detention or a failing grade if you fail to bring in the note. Do they stand you in the corner? Do the teacher ridicule you like they do at university when you have the timerity to question the teacher's liberal thinking? The implications are scary.

      However, see the other uses for the grant, the things you are being asked to finance.


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    The National Football League is used to big, bruising battles. But on Friday, it announced that it was likely staying out of one of the roughest fights in Washington: the war over Obamacare.

    Earlier this week, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius disclosed that the Obama administration was in talks with the sports organization to help promote the law, which enters a new phase as advocates prepare to begin enrolling millions of Americans in health insurance this fall.

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    Earlier this week, Sebelius told reporters that while there was no formal agreement, NFL officials were “actively and enthusiastically engaged, because they see health promotion as one of the things that they think is good for them and good for the country.” She said it was one of several sports organizations that the administration had approached.

    A spokeswoman for HHS declined to comment Friday.

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    A spokesman for MLB acknowledged that the league had been contacted by the White House, but he said the administration canceled the meeting and that the MLB has not been provided with any information to make a decision. A spokesman for the National Hockey League said Friday that the White House postponed a planned meeting, and that it had not made a decision about a partnership.


    http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/nfl-says-no-to-promoting-obamacare/2013/06/28/1d02af1e-e026-11e2-b2d4-ea6d8f477a01_story_1.html

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  8. Inasmuch as the U.S. is ranked 37th in Healthcare by the World Health Organization (or were, the last time the WHO did the ranking,) maybe they need to pull out a few extra stops.

    We're 37, We're 37, We're 37!

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  9. They caught the guy in, what, a couple of hours? The "Nannie State" might be bad, but Nannie Cams are definitely what's happening.

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  10. The Nannie cam is voluntary.

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    1. So is the "Nanny State".

      Anyone can always vote with their feet, if the policies of the United States are that disagreeable to a resident or citizen.

      Mr Romney said as much, when he prescribed self-deportation as the remedy to ridding US of the undocumented residents. If the government makes life untenable, leave.

      Ecuador may open its doors.
      Belize is advertising for immigrants.


      There are many locales in the world that offer an alternative to the pervasiveness of the US "Nanny State".



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      Anyone can always vote with their feet, if the policies of the United States are that disagreeable to a resident or citizen.

      Pure inanity.

      As stupid as those of the people who threaten to leave if some jackhole they don't like gets elected.

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    3. Insanity, Q, is doing the same thing, expecting a different result.

      One can vote for Repubs or Dems, the growth of the "Nanny State" continues unabated, regardless of which side wins.

      If the governmental role in society continues to expand, and there is absolutely no reason to believe the trends of the past 200 years are going to be reversed,an d the resident does not want to participate, well, what is the alternative to migration?

      If you do not want the Federals invading your privacy ...
      If you do not want the local mayor to regulate the size of your soft drink ...
      If you do not want your home subject to aerial surveillance ...
      If you do not want to be subject to photo radar ...

      Move.

      That is not insane, it is realism.

      I know many, many people that have moved around the world. From Europe to South America, then to the us. Many folks that moved all around north eastern Africa, before coming to the US.

      People that left Spain for Venezuela, then moved Panama.
      People that left Colombia, and moved to Panama.

      People that have left the US and took up residence in Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica and Panama.

      I have read reports of hundreds of thousands of folk leaving Russia, for the sunny clime of Palestine.

      Many of them moved for political and/or economic reasons. They did not want to live under political repression or economic deprivation.

      Nothing insane about pursuing enlightened self interest, nothing at all.
      That is how mot all of the residents of the US got here, either they or their forebears pursued their own self interest...
      ... and migrated to a better place. One more conducive to their own particular ideological or economic needs.

      If the "Nanny State" is so pervasive and so repressive, what alternative do you advise an individual, other than moving to a part of the world where those conditions do not apply?

      Moving deeper into the man cave?
      Drinking more beer?


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    4. Ahh...
      Inanity, not insanity.

      Well, the same set of principles apply.

      And it is not the same as threatening to move if "your" candidate does not gain the office.
      The "Nanny State" is much more pervasive than any single elected official.

      boobie and his American Thinker sources tell us there are Gulags here in the US, so that must be considered as part of the motivating factors in moving to the relative political and economic freedom offered in Mexico, Brazil, Belize or Panama.

      Or the admission that the reality of the "Nanny State", in the US, is that it is neither pervasive nor all that oppressive.

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      Inanity: 1. lack of sense, significance, or ideas; silliness. 2. something inane. 3. shallowness; superficiality

      You offer up another false dilemma, an either/or dichotomy that says admit that the the 'nanny state' (a stupid term IMO) is neither pervasive nor oppressive or leave. It is a stupid argument since it starts out using false assumptions. The programs are obviously pervasive, the people conducting them have admitted as such. Exactly how oppressive they are is impossible to know since everything about them, (scope, application, et al) is classified as 'top secret' for 'national security' reasons.

      Unless you are of the Eloi or the Sheeple whose raison d'etre involves 'trust' of the shepards, it is impossible to make a judgement (forget a reasoned judgement) about just how 'oppressive' these programs are.

      It is the same argument offered up by a minority of dolts of all political persausions when they run out of arguments,

      "If you don't like the idea of Obama as president, you are free to leave the country."

      "If you don't like that particular policy, pack up and leave."

      Arguments based on tyranny of the majority as expressed by witless sops.

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      What do you do otherwise?

      You fight the policies in whatever way you can.

      The political class is poll driven. You express your dislike of their policies in any way you can; on an individual basis, through polls, letters to your reps, voting, wistleblowers like Snowden and Manning.

      You make your thoughts known by signing petitions like the one pressed to White House urging the president to grant Snowden amnesty. Thwe message is clear. They got their 100,000 signatures and at least the president is forced to publicly respond.

      You keep raising the issues like the lack of IG's in major U.S. agencies.

      You elect people like the bipartisan group of 26 senators who recently sent the letter to Clapper demanding he come forward with the truth. You vote out of office cretins like Mike Rogers who abet these slugs and let them get away with McNamara style answers.

      You support efforts like those of Rand Paul and the ACLU who are trying to get a SCOTUS review of these issues.

      While there has been no effective change in government policy yet, I am hopeful. The tone is changing. Education is the first step. The message is sent in articles everyday about new abuses or questionable practices. It is seen in the polls. It is seen in the tone of the politians. Pelosi has seen it first hand even from her minions. McCain has tempered his truculance. Obama, as usual, has once again tried to stand aloof and above the fray.

      The alternative: the Eloi and the Sheeple, comfortable and contented.

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    7. Been doing those things since I was in High School, Q.

      Well over forty years, now.

      Been pretty much ineffective the entire time.
      Medicare Part B, exemplifies the continued growth in government.

      Under Reagan the New Dealers thrived. As Mr Reagan was an unrepentant New Dealer, himself.

      You point to one or a half dozen examples of really egregious behavior, which, even if reversed will not stop the trend towards ever more pervasive government.

      You speak of tone, well, the band plays on.

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      As I see it, there are only a couple things you can do, fight the current or go will the flow.

      Each person has to decide for himself.

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    Susan Rice says Snowden incident has not weakened the president.

    One has to smile in watching the worm slowly turn.

    At first, there was outrage. Snowden was a traitor and has caused irreparible danger to the U.S. He needs to be punished to the full extent of the law.

    Now, slightly frustrated that their efforts haven't proved effective, Obama says he can't be bothered with a "...29 year old nerd...", old Susan says no big deal, and old coots like Bolton and McCain back off their claims that he is a traitor.

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    1. Kabuki theater.

      I got a chuckle when the "Civilian" director of the NSA admitted he was a Brigadier general in the Air Force Reserve, an active member of the reserve contingent with 32 years service.
      He did admit that his status was "complicated".





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    2. He was wearing a suit, not a uniform, makes all the difference in a complicated situation.

      Added to the theatrics, and a greater understanding of the systematic corruption within the NSA.

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  12. Most of our Prisoners are incarcerated for drug crimes; and the majority of those are simple "possession" of pot. If we get those out of the "system," maybe we'll have more room in our prisons for animals like this to spend a little more time there (like, a LOT more time.) In this asshole's case, maybe the rest of his natural life.

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    1. The answer, Rufus, would be to build more prisons, hire more guards.

      Not to release nonviolent offenders.

      Those jailed due to the lack of appreciation that their Right to Privacy does not include toking up on some home grown.

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    2. Definitely the solution favored by our capitalist/political class.

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    3. That the Federals have the right to regulate non interstate trade cannot be infringed upon by the Fourth Amendment's guarantee to personal choices concerning a citizen's own body.

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    Middle class protests in various developing countries, Turkey, Brazil, Bulgaria, Egypt, and others.

    Given the median income numbers Rufus put up yesterday and the growing income inequality will we eventually see these types of protests in the U.S.? We have already seen signs in the Occupy movements and in G8 protests. Will they grow? Or maybe, we should all just move to Australia.

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/europe/middle-class-rage-sparks-protest-movements-in-turkey-brazil-bulgaria-and-beyond/2013/06/28/9fb91df0-df61-11e2-8cf3-35c1113cfcc5_story.html

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  14. Actually, those were Median Wealth numbers. I imagine the Australians, and Canadians wish that those were Median Income numbers. :)

    I thought that maybe the most interesting thing was how countries like Italy, Spain, and Ireland wiped our ass.

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  15. Of course, all those countries also waxed our ass in Coefficient of Equality:

    We're Number 100! We're Number 100! We're Number 100!

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    1. We cracked the Top 100, Homies. Yahoo!

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  16. Right behind Cameroon, Cote d'Ivoire, and Iran.

    Damn we're good.

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  17. If everyone is broke everyone is equal.

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  18. If 98 are broke and two have donkeys, tax their two asses until everyone is broke. and all are equal.

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  19. Yeah, if we weren't Number 27 on the Median Wealth List that argument might carry a little more weight.

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  20. A chicken in every pot.

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  21. Rufus, I have been reading the kind of garbage statistics you have been putting out since back in college in the sixties.

    North America has some wonderful natural resources. We have, or at least had, a work ethic. We have had wonderful minds and creativity in industry and academia.

    We are lifted ourselves out of nothing. The Native Americans have been lifted from net fishing, bow and arrow to pickup trucks and ATM welfare cards.

    We create much of the wealth in the world. Which never existed in this manner before anywhere, ever.

    I repeat my niece would still be living in a mud hut north of Mumbai if it weren't for all these truly marvelous developments in the last centuries.

    I would not be getting emails from her, I would have died in an igloo in Sweden and you wouldn't be reading this.

    bpos

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    1. You're a fucking brainwashed moron; go peddle your silly bullshit somewhere else. I can feel my IQ ebbing away when you start typing.

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    2. Let's analyze. Filter.

      fucking
      moron
      bullshit
      IQ?

      heh


      bpos

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    3. Conclusion: Caliban

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    4. Conclusion, our racist bigot that supports the murder of 20,000 Jews per year in Israel because it is "Good for Women", doesn't know shit from shinola

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  22. Never get married on the rebound.

    Advice column

    bpos

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  23. Stay out of the Cherokee Casino. Invest your hard earned welfare credit card money in a municipal bond in Texas but not Michigan.

    Do not drink, smoke, take drugs.

    Read a book or two.

    Relax

    Advice column

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  24. This is the Median Wealth Rankings:

    Median Wealth Rankings

    Now, at first glance it seems that of the 26 that rank ahead of us, 25 kick our ass in the "Equality index."

    A mathematician might say that is "highly correlated."

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    1. Asking boobie to read anything but the American Stinker, well, it just hurts his head.

      Denial is the name of his game.

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    2. Where'd you pop in from?

      Thought you were at the bowling alley.

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  25. The 'Equality Index'

    heh

    What sociologist at what university is paid how much public funds to make this stuff up?

    I am going to see if their is on the market a 'Get Off Your Ass And Do Something Index'.


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    1. There is!

      It's called the marketplace, intellectual advancement, IQ ratings, investment, savings and many other things.

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    2. You're an idiot. let me give you an example of what countries with low gini coefficents do:

      We sell the coal from Federal lands to Arch Coal for $1.00/ton, and they sell it to China for $100.00 a ton.

      Now, study up on what Norway does with the oil from Their Federal waters. It will become obvious, immediately, why their Median Wealth is over twice what ours is.

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    3. Someone asked if we could have some of that "Brazil/Turkey/Tunisia unrest" in Our future?

      My answer is, "could be."

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    4. If this is as bad as you say, and I don't know the issue, then let's together March on Washington. But not hand in hand.

      I doubt that it is but don't claim to know. Around here all these issues go through the Federal Courts now, every issue being brought up by every interest group there is and appeals going on forever.

      But this has nothing to do with the discussion.

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      l/Turkey/Tunisia unrest" in Our future?
      Rufus IISat Jun 29, 07:59:00 PM EDT
      Someone asked if we could have some of that "Brazil/Turkey/Tunisia unrest" in Our future?

      My answer is, "could be."

      ...

      Filtered out in the Search for Meaning Program this comes up as a red flag of yearning for violence.

      The program doesn't respond yet to the question of who asked if we could have some of that "Brazil/Turkey/Tunisia unrest" in Our future?

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      The seer of Idaho, speaks.

      Being held under the hammer of Britain Colonialism for two centuries was just peachy for Indians. They should all be grateful.

      (As well reasoned as that guy that said slavery here just wasn't all that bad.)

      Nothing like a failed English major to explain for you the true meaning of history, or for that matter economic theory.

      Listen and learn my children, listen and learn.

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  27. Flash News

    The "GOYAADSI" has been reported to be falling for the last generation in many areas of the US of A and is projected to precipitously decline in coming years in Washington State and Colorado.

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  28. Signs of improvement are reported in isolated areas of the universities in the foreign students programs.

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    1. But not in the State of Mississippi.

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  29. "Our hope, I believe, lies in the young people who are engaged each day in fighting for the basic human rights for all manner of working people -- temp workers, immigrants, unionized, non-union, gays, lesbians, transgender -- as well as those who are fighting to save the planet from environmental destruction. It's all connected.

    At some point these deeply committed activists also will understand that financialization both here and abroad stands in the way of justice and puts our planet at risk. When they see the beast clearly, I am confident they will figure out how to slay it.

    The sooner, the better.
    "

    Morons with no education nor work ethic will be our salvation, just you wait!

    A slim reed, indeed.

    ...like all of Rufie's alternate energy palaver with zero action in the real World.

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  30. Obama's doing wonders for the number of temp workers.

    ...full timers rapidly becoming a thing of the past.

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  31. "deeply committed activists"

    :-)

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  32. Maybe the heat and humidity resulted in an overgrowth of slime mold on his cerebrum?

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    1. Hmmm....possible perhaps..... We get mold on wheat and barley sometimes.

      I will pass this by my niece.

      She is just a technician at this point, taking scans of brains and trying to relate those to human sight.

      She is not a theoretician, but I'll ask.

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    2. She did mention once something about a "Numbskull Theory", or something, but she had given me the job of ordering dinner and I was trying to figure out an order for her that was vegan or close to it, and was adjusting my glasses, and didn't catch it.

      Finally I just said "Order anything you want."

      And she did.

      bpos

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    3. You have hearing aid glasses?

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    4. If you were referring to Rufie.

      Even she couldn't figure out Obama.

      Not even Shakespeare could get to bottom of this.

      bpos

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    5. Honolulu is humid sometimes, but nothing like the oppressive, pervasive sultryness of Old Miss.

      No, BHO is a product of his upbringing, which he recently credited to his "Single Mom" but in fact she abandoned him to his Commie Gradfolks, so they could bring him up proper like they did her.

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  33. "fighting for the basic human rights"

    "fighting to save the planet"

    ...those D-Day boys didn't know how easy they had it.

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  34. Well, whatever the blog author's opinions, or politics, there's no way in hell that either of you would have dreamed that the United States was as low at 27th on the Median Wealth list.

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    1. And, now, you might want to ask yourself, "why?"

      I know I'm asking myself that.

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    2. I consider the source of the "information"

      ...but to the degree that it's true, look what liberalism has done to "education" or the Welfare Programs have done to black families, and now, increasingly others.

      wrt to corruption and crony capitalism:
      Look at the size of the Federal Employee Workforce in DC and across the land.
      Microsoft wasted no effort on politics for many years.

      Then Clinton "Justice" sued their ass, and now MS is lawyered and lobbied up like the rest.
      Bush left Clinton's crooks in place, and now Obama is finishing the place off.

      Everyone here but you recognize the GE's, Solyndra's, and Ethanol lobbies, but you selectively see evil only elsewhere.

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    3. Look what liberalism and unions have done to Detroit and other liberal bastions.

      If some of those other countries had open borders for uneducated, untrained illegals, they would rapidly come to resemble the once-great USA.

      Black businesses in South Central LA were decimated by illegals, the EPA, and other political meddling.

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    4. ...and let us not forget LBJ.
      Corrupt Cracker to the max.

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    5. Nixon-Kissinger (and all following admins) policy toward the Chicoms:
      Pure Genius.

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    6. I guess you didn't notice; the source was Credit Suisse.

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    7. I'm more interested in what those 26 countries that waxed our ass have in common - and, the way they differ from us.

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    8. And, in a nutshell, they just tend to be a hell of a lot more "socialist."

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    9. I agree with you, and I think Deuce, on this....we should be getting our trade mostly with our own hemisphere.

      I also know this: my grandfather had one car at the end of his life, after farming with horse, my father had maybe three, I've had a dozen, counting those of kids and wife, and I have now two abandoned cars from my tenants.....I don't know what this says about the Equal Index....but everybody has transportation.

      Our hearts and lungs would be better off walking a lot more.



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    10. And, they don't piss off a big chunk of their money every year fighting goofy-assed wars all over the globe.

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    11. Go back and watch again the videos of the democrats supporting these wars.

      bpos

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  35. Vote for Roosevelt, Ruf, Obama doesn't go nearly far enough.

    The only thing that got us out of that economic mess was World War Two.

    bpos

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    1. Actually, it was the vast amount of Deficit Spending that got us out of the mess. The war was just the excuse for the spending.

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    2. And, we were able to "pay back the piper" when the war was over because we had the only assembly lines still working. Everyone else's we had bombed into smithereens.

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    3. Rather, it was the German invasion of France, Poland, attempt at England, Russia.....and the resulting rearmament here. Not to forget Japan.

      You are not making any sense.

      bpos

      out for the night

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    4. "I'm more interested in what those 26 countries that waxed our ass have in common - and, the way they differ from us."

      I told you, dumbass.

      Can you read?

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