24 February 2009

What do Martin Luther King Jr. and William Jefferson Clinton have in common?
They both got blowjobs from chicks not their wives while they were famous.

And their compliant whore/wives went on to ride their coattails.

Ghandi too.

And JFK. And his daughter had an adulterous affair, too.

Ain't power fun?
Watched the BO talk. He's slick. Does just the mildest negro tremelo, a thousandth of the MLK fakeout.

Why has no one commented that "african americans" (which BO is not) have been bred for compliance? I mean, you have something like 6 generations and quite a bit of highly measurable personality difference.

BO is smart, but he is also a commie, and has never worked for real. Will be an interesting decade.
First there was Adam Yahiye Gadahn (nee Perlman) now there is Ahmadulla Sais Niazi. Both lived in Tustin, just at the northwest of Irvine.

But hey. Irvine had that egyptian couple that kept a slave in their garage. And an arabic guy who shot up the LAX El-Al booth soon after 911.

This year, its only February, two murders so far.

Check this out --if you're ever in Moultrie, Georgia, look up the local paper to find
out who is on jury duty. Then you can case and rob their house.

Published February 20, 2009 11:17 pm -

Jury duty

The following people have been summoned for duty with the Colquitt Superior Court Traverse Jury on Monday, Feb. 23, at 9:30 a.m. at the Colquitt County Courthouse:

Chad Everett Gay, Deverne E. Marshall Jr., Melissa Leigh Gay, Dave E. Williamson, Lillian Love Grier, Alana Wilson Davis, Peggy L. Dibenedetto, John C. Jenkins, Nancy L. Taylor, Beverly K. Adcock, Mamie Louise Baker, Margaret Ann Brown, Richard Wayne Smith, Travis Ansel Gandy and Mary Melissa Williams.

etc. etc.

22 February 2009

No one has imagined that the Cosmos collision was the Russian antisat test. The chinese got theirs, then the US did theirs (pretending not to be a test) and now the "defunct" cosmos takes out a nominally non-State affiliated (although the US military saved the Iridium constellation in fact) satellite.

17 February 2009

U.S., allies dismayed by Pakistan deal in Swat


SWAT now follows its own (well, sharia) law, not Pakistan's.

Ca, the world's 8th largest economy, had its credit rating downgraded.

Bankruptcy = fail.

16 February 2009

As the Obama administration pushes through Congress its $800 billion deficit-spending economic stimulus plan, the American public is largely unaware that the true deficit of the federal government already is measured in trillions of dollars, and in fact its $65.5 trillion in total obligations exceeds the gross domestic product of the world.

The total U.S. obligations, including Social Security and Medicare benefits to be paid in the future, effectively have placed the U.S. government in bankruptcy, even before new continuing social welfare obligation embedded in the massive spending plan are taken into account.

The real 2008 federal budget deficit was $5.1 trillion, not the $455 billion previously reported by the Congressional Budget Office, according to the "2008 Financial Report of the United States Government" as released by the U.S. Department of Treasury.

The difference between the $455 billion "official" budget deficit numbers and the $5.1 trillion budget deficit cited by "2008 Financial Report of the United States Government" is that the official budget deficit is calculated on a cash basis, where all tax receipts, including Social Security tax receipts, are used to pay government liabilities as they occur.

Of a pair of satellites?

Of a pair of nuclear subs?



13 February 2009

Feintstein: All your base belong to US, Pakistan

big bada boom.

Much worse than outing Plame.

Drones based in Pakistan

The Predator planes that launch missile strikes against militants are based in Pakistan, the senator says. That suggests a much deeper relationship with the U.S. than Islamabad would like to admit.

By Greg Miller

A senior U.S. lawmaker said Thursday that unmanned CIA Predator aircraft operating in Pakistan are flown from an air base inside that country, a revelation likely to embarrass the Pakistani government and complicate its counter-terrorism collaboration with the United States.

The disclosure by Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, marked the first time a U.S. official had publicly commented on where the Predator aircraft patrolling Pakistan take off and land.

At a hearing, Feinstein expressed surprise at Pakistani opposition to the ongoing campaign of Predator-launched CIA missile strikes against Islamic extremist targets along Pakistan’s northwestern border.

As I understand it, these are flown out of a Pakistani base,” she said.

The basing of the pilotless aircraft in Pakistan suggests a much deeper relationship with the United States on counter-terrorism matters than has been publicly acknowledged. Such an arrangement would be at odds with protests lodged by officials in Islamabad and could inflame anti-American sentiment in the country.

Ya think?

The CIA declined to comment, but former U.S. intelligence officials, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the information, confirmed that Feinstein’s account was accurate.


Philip J. LaVelle, a spokesman for Feinstein, said her comment was based solely on previous news reports that Predators were operated from bases near Islamabad.

Probably not news reports, but classified intelligence she was privvy to

We strongly object to Sen. Feinstein’s remarks being characterized as anything other than a reference” to an article that appeared last March in the Washington Post, LaVelle said. Feinstein did not refer to newspaper accounts during the hearing.

LaVelle is some douche mouthpiece for the senator, what do you expect him to say?

Many counter-terrorism experts have assumed that the aircraft take off from U.S. military installations in Afghanistan and are remotely piloted from locations in the United States.

By pimply faced cowards in air-conditioned rooms

Experts said the disclosure could create political problems for the government in Islamabad, which is considered relatively weak.

Ya think?

The attacks are extremely unpopular in Pakistan, in part because of the high number of civilian casualties inflicted in dozens of strikes.


Bruce Hoffman, a terrorism expert at Georgetown University, said Feinstein’s comments put Pakistan’s government on the spot.

Ya think?

If accurate, what this says is that Pakistani involvement, or at least acquiescence, has been much more extensive than has previously been known,” he said. “It puts the Pakistani government in a far more difficult position [in terms of] its credibility with its own people. Unfortunately it also has the potential to threaten Pakistani-American relations.”

As chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, Feinstein is privy to classified details of U.S. counter-terrorism efforts. The CIA does not publicly acknowledge a campaign against Pakistan-based extremists using remotely piloted planes, making Feinstein’s comment all the more unusual.

Feinstein’s disclosure came during testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee by U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dennis C. Blair on the nation’s security threats. Blair did not respond directly to Feinstein’s remark, except to say that Pakistan was “sorting out” its cooperation with the United States.

Pakistani officials have long denied that they have even granted the U.S. permission to fly the Predator planes over Pakistani territory, let alone to operate the aircraft from within the country.

We don't need you're stinkin' permission, we pwn you

The civilian leadership that took over from an unpopular former general, Pervez Musharraf, last year, has gone to significant lengths to distance itself from the Predator strikes.

Ie, they are lying to their own people, and working for the US government

The Pakistani government regularly lodges diplomatic protests [yawn] against the strikes as a violation of its sovereignty [what sovereignty do these little brown people think they have?], and officials said the subject was raised with Richard C. Holbrooke, a newly appointed U.S. envoy to the region, who completed his first visit to the country on Thursday. [Surrounded by huge numbers of troops to keep him alive]

But one former CIA official familiar with the Predator operations said Pakistan’s government secretly approves of the flights because of the growing militant threat inside the country.

Feinstein prefaced her comment about the Predator basing Thursday by noting that Holbrooke “ran into considerable concern about the use of the Predator strikes in the FATA areas,” a reference to what Pakistan calls its Federally Administered Tribal Area along the border with Afghanistan.

Despite public anger, many Pakistanis believe the civilian leadership has continued Musharraf’s policy of giving the United States tacit permission to carry out the strikes.

Pwned Pakistan

"As I understand it, these [CIA drone attacks on Pakistan] are flown out of a Pakistani base," she said.

Epic fail.

Think they'll notice?




Its not getting much press response here, except in blogs, considering how important this is in destabilizing that lil ole corner of the world.

CIA planes flown from bases in Pak, says US lawmaker

Washington, Feb 13 (PTI) A senior US lawmaker has said that unmanned CIA drones operating in Pakistan are flown from an air base inside that country, a revelation likely to embarrass Islamabad.

Such a revelation by Senator, Dianne Feinstein, is the first instance that a US official has publicly come out with a comment on where the Predator aircraft patrolling Pakistan take off and land, Chicago Times reported. Feinstein, who is the chairwoman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, expressed surprise at Pakistani opposition to Predator-launched CIA missile strikes against Al Qaeda targets along Pak-Afghan border."As I understand it, these are flown out of a Pakistani base,"she was quoted as saying by the paper. The CIA declined to comment on the revelation. However, former US intelligence officials, speaking on condition of anonymity, claimed that the Senators'observation was correct.

12 February 2009

"information that results in the arrest and conviction of those responsible for illegally launching the Conflicker malicious code on the Internet"

Ok, #1 there is no "internet"

#2 "Illegally launching" since when?

There are insecure OSes running on machines with IP connections. That is all.

I read "there are two main versions of Conflicker, "Flavor A" and "Flavor B," which appear to have propagated an additional 450,000 and 1.7 million copies of themselves respectively in the last four days alone". That is pretty good reproduction, a lot of bandwidth available.
On how (modern) empires dis-integrate after their obligatory decade in Afghanistan, Wikipedia says this about the USSR

In the late 1980s, the constituent republics of the Soviet Union started legal moves towards or even declaration of sovereignty over their territories, citing Article 72 of the USSR Constitution, which stated that any constituent republic was free to secede.[10] On April 7, 1990 a law was passed, that a republic could secede, if more than two thirds of that republic's residents vote for it on a referendum.[11] Many held their first free elections in the Soviet era for their own national legislatures in 1990. Many of these legislatures proceeded to produce legislation contradicting the Union laws in what was known as "The war of laws." In 1989, the Russian SFSR, which was then the largest constituent republic (with about half of the population) convened a newly elected Congress of People's Deputies. Boris Yeltsin was elected the chairman of the Congress. On June 12, 1990, the Congress declared Russia's sovereignty over its territory and proceeded to pass laws that attempted to supersede some of the USSR's laws. The period of legal uncertainty continued throughout 1991 as constituent republics slowly became de facto independent.

So, visualize secession. We don't need and don't want D.C., its bogus wars, bogus laws, bogus taxes, and scummy politicians.

Although according to this http://www.slate.com/id/2109317/ the Constitution doesn't provide for an exit, although it describes adding. The Constitution could be amended, it has certainly been thrashed back and forth in the past, with less important things (eg, prohibition).

11 February 2009

An Iridium satellite and a defunct (?) Cosmos crashed, leaving a nice debris cloud 500 mi up.
First time this happened. Supposedly accidentally. Pretty cool: the debris may take down others.
Inside the warm welcome and promises of a "new beginning" that Pakistan extended U.S. special envoy Richard C. Holbrooke yesterday was a warning that Pakistan expects more from the United States in return for its cooperation against al-Qaeda and the Taliban.

Ok, you sell us kasmir, we don't bomb Islamabad. Good deal, if you know what's good for you.

You didn't think those military jets we sold you have remote kill buttons, did you?

What is the deal with the OC sheriff Sandra Hutchens and Israeli politician Tzipi Litvi ?

They both have the same frowny mouth, straight hair, and lust for power. Is this some kind of prenatal testosterone exposure symptom?

I'm pretty sick of the overly sensitive american health culture.
Sure, don't drink lots of soda, or get much of your calories
from simple sugar solutions.

But you're going to die. If you're lucky, it will be before your kids,
and not due to human violence. If you're lucky enough not to die of disease,
or childbirth, or famine,
historical favorites, you're living after the 20th century, and you
are going to die of plumbing failure or library failure. The former
is heart blockage, fibrillation, or stroke. The latter is cancer,
and if you're not at absolute zero (pretty boring) you will eventually
accumulate enough copying errors to fail that way. You can prove it.

Twain has a story about a 'one horse shay', maintained by a cheap
preacher, that falls apart in every
way on the same day, eventually. To me that seems optimal.

Rats never ever die of heart disease. They always die in 2-3 years.
Cancer, usually, but in nature, eaten or sick.

The fact is, there's a trade off between fertility / activity and
longetivity. (Eg, see caloric restriction studies)
And there's decreasing evolutionary pressure to
deter decay as you get older.

All things, ---from electronics to fruit flies--- follow a bathtub shaped
mortality curve. A lot die early on, then its flat, then mortality picks
up slowly at the far end.

You can be distressed about it or not. Your choice. Avoid pain and stay
busy to the end.

Entropy *will* win and at some point fighting it is desparate. You can
certainly play games with diet, behavior, etc, but being happy is
the most important thing. When it fails, keep means available to exit
cleanly. There is some dignity in persisting esp if you have the choice,
otherwise you are at the mercy of biology/nature/"god(tm)", which is often
cruel in unusual ways.

Heard on the radio today: "what a drag it is, getting old". But life is
much more exciting that the Stones describe, for now.

BTW, we don't buy fruit juice any more, just 0% milk. :-P
It balances the bacon.

PPS: I'm also sick of the 'follow the health news' culture, esp. since you
should never believe results until replicated a few times. Meanwhile,
I'm favoring the coffee / wine / olive oil etc is good for you studies
and discounting the rest.

PPPS: you know what killed Pierre Curie, who spent a lot of time in a
dank lab playing with radioactive chemicals? A horse drawn carriage.
>>But in a rare show of public muscle-flexing by an Iraqi woman in a high-profile role, Samarai has quit in a rage, saying she had been given a Potemkin Cabinet post created to fill a quota for Sunni Arab lawmakers such as herself, and make it appear that the Shiite-dominated government cares about women's issues.<<

What did you expect?


>>LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - California's octuplets mum, already jobless and receiving food stamps, has gone into hiding with her six older children because of death threats, her spokesman said on Wednesday.

Nadya Suleman, 33, has come under mounting public ridicule for expanding her already large family via fertility treatments that led to the January 26 birth of six boys and two girls at a Los Angeles-area hospital.

That criticism has mushroomed as it was reported that she was divorced, living with her parents, unemployed for several years, receiving disability checks for three of her children -- one of whom is autistic -- and collecting nearly $500 (347.75 pounds) a month in food stamps.<<

Ya think? Too bad Palin and her dysfunctional litter aren't also recognized this way.

>>MOSCOW, Feb 11 (Reuters) - European Union foreign policy chief Javier Solana said on Wednesday he had told Pakistan's government of his concern at the release from house arrest of nuclear scientist Abdul Qadeer Khan.

"I don't think it's a positive signal, this is the message that I transmitted to the authorities of Pakistan during the week. I think that ... in the moments we are living, with the problems of proliferation, it's not a good signal," Solana told Reuters in an interview in Moscow.<<

And the US is bugged too.

Guess what? He's a national hero.

Nuclear weapons are Sam Colt's equalizer of the 21st century. Get over it.

At least they didn't fry him like Oppenheimer.
The Fox show "TMZ" is entertainingly annoying. Not sure who'd I'd rather slap, the blonde surfer dude or the snotty blonde chick. The latter has furpits, I think, they were once blurred out when she wore a sleeveless. Now, I like furpits, and find it offensive that they were blurred out for the benefit of the amerikan sheeple. But she is so snotty.

But really, I'd like to kick Harvey Levin. Or, force him to live in the amerika he supplies.
All students in grades 1 through 12 are required to wear clothing that meets dress code requirements. The dress code includes a solid-colored white, forest green, or navy blue polo shirt and plain, khaki pants and plaid kilt or khaki skirt (for girls). Dress Uniform is required of students for special events that typically happen once or twice per month. Dress Uniform includes (for boys) white button-down shirt with tie, blue blazer, khaki slacks, and dress shoes, and (for girls) white button-down shirt/blouse, plaid kilt, navy blue blazer, and dress shoes. A list of specific uniform requirements is included in the Handbook for each division.

Then I went to MIT in Boston. Dress code FAIL.
>>Pakistanis say they are being used as pawns in America’s war on terror.<<

Well, duh. They are all expendable, look up "collateral damage". We paid zillions of dollars to pwn them. Now they gripe?

Imagine how Aafia Siddiqui feels.

And she didn't even get to be raped by videogame robots, unlike the FATA folks.

So, hows your nuclear program going?
Evidence that it is a religious display

Andy Zelinko & his wife Carol are catholics

Msgr. Timothy J. Doyle Council 13111
• 14010 Remington • Irvine, Ca. 92620 • (949) 551-8601 •

Irvine War Memorial (A Project of a 13111 Knight)
Patriotism is a way of life for the average Knight!

So is
irrational belief in supernatural things, pedophilia, cultism, and their little club doesn't admit women or folks who don't subscribe to the italian in the pointy hat.

Clearly this group has no place setting up a bunch of crosses on government land.

10 February 2009

Then AFAIK I was death free for a while. Then well after leaving grad school, marriage, kid, mortgage, a friend got MS, couldn't read (or work, terrifically important to him, to his very identity), tried to off himself, failed, then tried again, and succeeded. I was with him frequently after the MS and first attempt. Cyanide causes cerebellar brain damage if you nearly succeed, BTW. That fucked me up more than the earlier stuff, which was more phenomenological than emotional like Dr. P was to me.
In my junior year of high school I went to RPI for an NSF science camp. There, one night, watching TV, a fellow imitated Garfield the cat and jumped down maybe 5 feet from a ledge. He immediately couldn't move, though he could talk, and he died a few days later in the hospital.

And thinking back to death and childhood, a friend from my 8th-9th grade, in a different episcopalian school in upstate, I found out later, got drunk and failed a curve. This was after my parents had dragged me from that school to the Sacred Heart one.
I had a crush on his sister Magda once, she was older, and smart.
I think that was my first untimely death.

I still have a crucible our mutual friend gave me. Thirty years later.
I went to a Sacred Heart school, a combo of a catholic (with nuns and priests and wafers) and episcopalian school for the latter two forms of my high school years. I still get alumni brochures.

Their logo is a pair of hearts: one wrapped in barbed wire, the other stuck through with a sword, both on fire. Then consider that they took young women and made them behaviorally celibate. How does that compute? Very obvious. The stuck is the girl, the barbed is the boy, and shazam you've got a nun. Add some mythology and dysfunction, who knows, some priestly abuse, and you're in business.

Of course, they accumulated a lot of old nuns, and with the fines from pedophilia, the catholics had to sell the building in Albany, and ship the nuns off elsewhere. The school moved.

There was an quiet girl there, braces and ordinary, Dawn C, who disappeared along with her more attractive sister. (This is about age 14-17) Their family was a contributor to the school, PTA, etc. Turned out their father was abusing Dawn and she blew him away with a shotgun one day. I found out about it, though generally I don't think it was explained. She died 2 years later of cancer in jail, I found out later.


San Juan councilman asks residents to shoot crows

Big black birds have become too numerous and too aggressive, Tom Hribar says.

The Orange County Register

SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO – Councilman and well-documented enemy of crows Tom Hribar has a new plan to get rid of the "rats with wings," as he has called them.

His answer? Shoot 'em.

Songbirds have left the valley, he says. So have San Juan Capistrano's beloved swallows. The landfill on La Pata Avenue has brought more crows.

There's more food available for the scavenging crows and not enough predators to keep their numbers down, Hribar says.

"We don't have enough people shooting them," he said. "We all know what they've done to our community."

And like a pack of surly thugs who ran the police out of town, the crows are getting meaner.

"These crows are becoming extremely aggressive," Hribar said. "They are actually causing property damage. People are at a loss as to what they can do."

The councilman said state law permits hunters to shoot 24 crows per day before April.

Mayor Mark Nielsen said he has seen the big black birds "methodically ramming their heads on a neighbor's glass."

But he insists he would not shoot them.

"I would never discharge a weapon in city limits," Nielsen said.

Milgrom was willing to go to the Irvine City Council to defend his creation. The day in late April when he got a call asking him to dismantle the memorial coincided with a council meeting. The city thought making the memorial permanent would have a snowball effect, opening the way for displays from the “KKK or friends of Saddam Hussein,” the city attorney said at the meeting.


Yep. You put up your nazi war-porn, we'll put up what we like.

BTW, Asher Milgrom and his wife Alice Pien live at
Irvine CA 92612

Saw this at http://honor.smugmug.com/

My family constructed a simple memorial for the US soldiers fallen in Iraq. To date we
have erected plaques ("Sentinels"), recognizing by name each fallen service man or woman. The memorial is located at a local park a few blocks from our home. (Northwood park, Irvine Ca.) "The Gratitude & Honor Memorial"

What is funny is that it started out as a crucifix per corpse, but eventually there were too many corpses to set up sticks for all of them. And of course it continues. Will a "permanant" memorial have ellipses for the continuing dead? Will the corpses from the Afghan adventure get their own, or have to share?


The temporary memorial also gets commented upon ---I've seen "Empire" pasted over it, sometimes its torn down, and "FAIL" would certainly be appropos. A muslim symbol would also be pretty good, and a wiccan and atheist headstone too.

Pretty sure we don't need to be reminded of failed empire with more death memorials.
Especially near the children playground --no war porn in Irvine, thank you very much.
But the senile, impotent old men who push this kind of thing ---Andy Zelinko (retired cop, catholic) and the braindamaged, pseudo-doctor, and zionist filth Asher Milgrom, and others--- have nothing better to do with their time. (Check out Milgrom's bio at
http://www.amacorp.com/blog/?page_id=49 and you'll see what a freak he is/was. Holistic acne lasers, right. He also gave over two grand to the McCain/MILF campaign)

Just some of the freaks in Irvine. I've mentioned onetime mayor Christina Shea who's live in daughter was a methamphetamine freak, while the elder Shea was mayor?
Soviet attempt: 10 years, 14,453 dead, that's 1.4 kilocorpses per year. They had ca. 100K troops there.

Despite what it thinks, the US will do no better, and probably worse.

09 February 2009

Saw this comment after reading about the actual situation in the octuplet case

  1. Pat Tillman Says: Your comment is awaiting moderation.

    Ho lee crap. Worse than one could imagine. I had heard of one autistic kid, is all, and thought her fbuddy supported her, not us.

    I had a single kid via that kind of process, its very expensive and only to be used by desparate couples, and then, you don’t implant a goddamn
    litter. Again, I have one kid. Not 7, er, 14. I thank all the doctors and biologists who helped. And he is above average, though he’s got your
    typical attitude :-)

    The doctors need disbarring. The welfare people and medical people need drawing and quartering. The woman needs serious

Isn't that amazing? I mean, I thought I was being cruel, but she is worse.

Just in: Octuplets mom on food stamps; older kids get disability

February 9th, 2009, 5:44 pm · 52 Comments · posted by Lori Basheda

Now octuplet mom Nadya Suleman’s publicist has confirmed that she is getting food stamps, as well as federal disability payments for three of her older children, the Los Angeles Times is reporting. The Fullerton State graduate (she got her degree in child care development) told Ann Curry in an interview on the Today show this morning she did not get welfare.

Click here to see the video.

click photo from Today website to enlarge

click photo from Today website to enlarge

She said all 14 of her children were conceived with sperm donated by the same father, a man she talks to once or twice a year. He has yet to see his kids. “He was shocked,” Suleman said of the man’s reaction to the number of children he has fathered.

Now it turns out that three of the 14 children have disabilities. She also gets nearly $500 a month in food stamps. She told Curry she saved up for the fertility treatments she had. Click here to see pix and read more.


Just watched, via netflix, A Scanner Darkly, which I had read as a novel when I was into P. K. Dick a few years back, briefly. I love the Orange county and Santa ana references.

Very cool cinemascopiing or whatever. And the movie helped me understand the book. Rare, I know, but the book is as disjointed / alien / fucked up as the movie / protagonist / substance D.

More than 69,000 cholera cases in Zimbabwe - U.N.

Hey, maybe you shouldn't have kicked out all the farmers. Oh, they were whites.
Bummer. Enjoy what you've sowed!

Drugs head apologises over ecstasy danger quip

Mon Feb 9, 2009 5:39pm GMT

By Tim Castle

LONDON (Reuters) - The head of the narcotics advisory board has apologised after saying the drug ecstasy was less dangerous than horse riding, the government said on Monday.

Home Secretary Jacqui Smith said David Nutt's remarks in a scientific journal sent the wrong message to young people about the dangers of drugs.

"I've told him that I was surprised and in fact profoundly disappointed by the article reported," she told MPs in the Commons.

"Professor Nutt apologised to me for his comments and I've asked him to, as well, apologise to the families of the victims of ecstasy."

Nutt, Professor of Neuropsychopharmacology at Imperial College London, is the chair of the government's Advisory Committee on the Misuse of Drugs (ACMD).

The committee is due to report on Wednesday on a possible downgrade of ecstasy from the top of the three-category classification.

Nutt wrote in the Journal of Psychopharmacology that 10 people in Britain died a year from horse riding -- or "equasy" as he called it -- and that it was associated with more than 100 road traffic accidents annually.

"Based on these harms, it seems likely that the ACMD would recommend control (for equasy) under the Misuse of Drugs Act perhaps as a Class A drug given it appears more harmful than ecstasy," he said.

Between 35 and 50 people die each year in England and Wales from ecstasy, currently ranked as one of the most dangerous Class A drugs, along with heroin and cocaine, according to government figures.

But Nutt said ecstasy was proportionately less dangerous, causing acute harm only in one in every 10,000 cases, compared to one in 350 cases for horse riding.

He said it was inconsistent to allow harmful sports while banning relatively less harmful drugs.


E pur si muove!

08 February 2009

White folks from Britain, including a nominally pregnant woman, blow aircraft, completely making fools of the TSA / CIA.

Or, fizzles in the ports.

Or, nerve gas takes down planes.

Or, dimethyl mercury fun.

Or, fun in the malls.

Or, something I haven't thought of.

Like financial collapse plus oil embargo.

Or Israel vs. Iran.

To date, there's 650 odd US corpses in Afghanistan. I figure in less than 2 years there will be more
than the three grand found in Iraq or under the WTC. Particularly since BO wants to move the occupying
forces east. (Except for the green zone, which is how you say "bullseye" or "mortar target" in Iraqi.)

Even better, some general wants to fight opium farmers too. That will accelerate things.

And when Pakistan falls... I have a geiger counter and ammo.

07 February 2009

If Redoubt pops, that's fun. If Yellowstone pops, its the Asteroid for the Dinosaurs.
Roomba's charging station is near the door to the back yard. The door was opened for el gato, and the floor got wet, and Mr. R got his top-buttons wet.

He could be scheduled but not run.

So I took off hisABS bottom plate, the next day, and removed the battery pack, and replaced it.
Then he ran fine. Nothing like a hard reset to make you feel better.

He's cleaning now. Good boy.

Very nice to have him back.
Nigger history month.

The africans (and arabs) still practice slavery. When the euros visited africa, they learned that they could buy slaves from their brothers. It still continues. In fact, an Irvine couple, egyptian, had a slave girl living in their garage. And today, africans still sell each other as slaves. Yet, the euros are blamed for it. FAIL.

We need to spray contraceptives over africa.


Oh, and what about chinese history month? They contributed much more to california.
And jewish history month? They won your WWII jap war for you. And indian history month --they write your software.

But no, its the negroes who whine, or who used to. Now that the son of the slave vendor, Obama, is pres, they can shut the F up.

And read the _Bell Curve_, if they're literate enough.
Shrinky dink plastic shrinks when put in a 350F oven. It gets thicker and inks become permenant. It turns out that plastic food lids, labelled "6" inside a recycle-triangle, and/or labelled "PS" are the correct kind of plastic.

So: save the clear tops from your food. Give to your kids, with scissors and markers. Then shrink. Very cool, totally free.
Sic semper tyrannis

Means, Lincoln needed to die.
Means, colonial empires need to die.
Means, various politicians need to die slowly, painfully, cognizant of their crimes.
Means your statue will be pulled down
Means you will get a shoe in the face
Means you are FAIL
Means, render unto Caesar his due


BEAVER DAM (WKOW) -- Beaver Dam school officials placed a middle school teacher on administrative leave after discovering a photograph of the teacher with a gun on the teacher's Facebook page.

In the photo, teacher Betsy Ramsdale is training a rifle at the camera.

WTF is wrong with this? We are supposed to be an armed citizenry to deter tyranny. A teacher and a gun is not scary.

American continues to become the land of fools. Collapse imminent.

06 February 2009

After the flash
and the boom
no one had windows anymore
so we glued our dollar bills together
and made green shades
it was so peaceful
What are the chances of a bad california quake during a severe recession?

Or a port bomb?

Or another katrina?

And an oil embargo?

And mexi gangs running wild?

When you're old and decrepit, like the US, an overlap of otherwise survivable events can be fatal.
To get around the ban on affirmative action, the Regents of the UC decided to trash their standards.


Admitting more barbarians is just part of the collapse of empire.

And its simply more discrimination against asians & jews.
If you search, you find a lot of "jury duty scam" articles, wherein some miscreant exploits other people's obedience to authority (in this case, the judicial system) to get personal information.

In fact, the widely-promulgated idea that citizens are compelled to jury duty is a scam. The accused has a right to a jury, but this does not obligate innocent citizens to become property of the state. (Similarly, the same constitution allows for a military (although not the foreign intervention so common today) but does not permit conscription a.k.a. the military draft.)

You will read judges laud responsible citizens, that's fine, but you'll also read about judges having armed men pull people off the street. You will read about folks who are harmed by their jury experiences (from PTSD to physical discomfort to financial stress to child abandonment to the humiliation of a frisking) yet who never realize they are free. Free to ignore slavery notices. Free to decline the invitation mistakenly called a jury "summons".

Remember, just because an idea is widespread does not make it correct. Your only duty is to yourself.

But if you do accept the offer to participate, understand the job: look at http://www.fija.org

And don't answer personal questions in front of others --see the judge privately. Some people are so promiscous they just don't care what other people know about them. You should.
And probably do, but many are intimidated. The courts work for you, not the other way around.

Remember, other people will remember names, might take pictures outside the court, and pretty soon its on the innertubes, forever.

05 February 2009


Her physicians are legally negligent for failing to require a psych test. Or, her psych evaluator is unfit. In any case, there's now 14 future welfare cases to feed, all with her screwed up genes.

She doesn't look bad, I'd do her, though.
MP's employers are free to unemploy him, as he should be free to be free of them.

If they want to ding him, fine. Maybe us consumers will ding them.

As long as its mutually consensual, its moral.

And I won't convict.


Would you?

Do you know what country had Manzanar? Auschwitz? Gulags? Guantanamo?

Have a f'in' nice day.

And keep enough ammo around.
The cities would be the first priority; the result would be massive food price increases.
(Less food, same demand)

But, the "drought" is just a human-scale random variation, and the silly modern humans think the world is obligated to stay the same.

Suckers. Adapt or die. You might be the next dinosaurs; most species are extinct.

Have a nice day.
If you look at amerikan media, you find that moronic performer news dominates, with zero news of pakistan or afghanistan. I wonder what the last year of the USSR was like.

Seriously. I have to go to http://www.antiwar.com to get news, or type "pakistan" into google news to find out the story. And the story is FAIL.

Look, I fully endorse freedom. But we no longer have it in the US, and it is used entirely as propoganda by the USG, milking the tribal circuits. Die for freedom, baby.

If not war, plague and famine. Or we could live in eden with birth control. Naaah, that will never happen.

BTW, carbon dioxide is not so bad. What is amazing is that humans have doubled the nitrogen and phosphorous inputs to the ocean. Nitrogen via the human nitrogen fixation process (for food) and phosphate, which is not normally very soluable, ergo, unavailable.

The problem is not advanced civ and carbon; its feeding too many humans.
Before I was furloughed for more than promised, I was noting that I enjoyed the boring regularity of a stable life. Then I was furloughed and life inside a cardboard box became closer.

So, I was exactly right: the steady is desirable, because the change is chaos and decline.

"Sorrows of empire" Johnson calls it. Empire ain't free, I say. Agreeing completely.

What's funny is I have no abstract overextended financials, no bogus real estate estimates, I just make useful stuff and sell my time. Obama has never done anything except pawn his words.

Visualize seccession.
Feb. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Michael Phelps received a three-month ban from swimming competition after a photograph showing the record 14-time Olympic gold medalist inhaling from a pipe used to smoke marijuana appeared in a U.K. newspaper.

A friend of mine called, looking for work. I met him working at a previous job, he does software quality assurance, ie, that gizmo won't try to kill you if it malfunctions (one malfunction; if two occur at the same time, you're toast). My situation is bad too. Not paid weds, this is thurs pm, tomorrow is two weeks plus a half week. One paycheck 2.5 weeks ago, after six weeks of furlough. Not good at all. I'm working on a medical state machine interpreter; about 600 lines of C not including 200 lines of header. It will probably double; it handles messages from the hardware and issues commands to the hardware. The hardware sucks; it is unreliable, custom, and must be "trusted but verified". For about a week after a new hardware spin I get to validate the hardware, which means spending a day going "its not working right, is it my fault?" and eventually getting a hardware guy and an oscilloscope to check it out. If I find a hardware bug during that period, I feel very worthwhile. When its my own software I find bugs in, it is not so rewarding.

Engineering is a calling, more that a "career". If you are an engineer, you will engineer, even when relaxing. If you are not employed as one, but are, you will do same. You needn't a degree to be an Engineer, its more than that, and certainly doesn't follow: you aren't an Engineer because you got a certain degree.

In fact, and I won't go into it here, some of the best Engineers I've ever met have not had formal degrees. I do, but everything I do is self-taught, like these others.

Lets dance through the fire.

Toking with the swimmers and sumos. Being ok with each other. Respect.
News article on how folks are lining up for forest service / fire fighting jobs.

Great, except that 1. the fires should burn 2. some fraction of firefighters are already arsonists; when they figure out its lucrative, more will start fires.

Fires are natural. Fire suppression is unnatural, and leads to unanticipated consequences.

Nero fiddled while California burned...

Oh: and its trivial for domestic "saboteurs" to start massive concurrent fires, which will at least distract the few remaining national guard who are not yet dying in foreign adventures.

Have a nice day. And hi to auntie arson!

Oh no, first swimmers now sumo wrestlers.

WTF is the problem? First, its not easy to gain that much weight without munchies. Its not like they're taking stimulants or analgesics before wrestling, or even the american-prole-dreaded steroids or other growth / performance enhancers. Not that there's anything wrong with that, either.

But the nips are even more puritannical / provincial than americans.

TOKYO (AP) -- Sumo wrestlers with pot bellies, yes. Sumo wrestlers with pot? Now that's harder to grapple with.

In the past six months, four wrestlers have been kicked out of the ancient sport for allegedly smoking marijuana, creating the biggest drugs-in-sports scandal that Japan has ever seen.



Unintentional Whitening of U. of California?

For several years now, the University of California has been debating plans to drop the SAT Subject Tests (formerly called the SAT II or achievement tests) and to find ways to consider more minority applicants. The debate has focused on the relative merits (or lack thereof) of the SAT and how to promote diversity while not violating the state’s ban on affirmative action.

In the past few days, however, a new issue has started to attract attention: concerns that the admissions policy changes that are expected to be approved by the Board of Regents today could lead to a significant drop in the numbers of Asian-American applicants who are admitted — with the major gains going to white applicants.

According to data prepared by the university and just starting to receive attention, 36 percent of those admitted to the university system in 2007-8 were Asian Americans. Applying the new admissions standards, that percentage would drop to 29-32 percent. In contrast, white applicants made up 34 percent of those admitted in 2007-8. Under the proposed reforms, they would have made up 41 to 44 percent of the entering class. The bottom line is that Asian Americans would shift from being the largest group gaining admission to the University of California to the second.

Some Asian American groups are calling on the Board of Regents to hold off on any vote today, raising questions about the fairness and wisdom of the changes being considered. (A board subcommittee approved the plan Wednesday, unanimously.)

“All of us share the goal of trying to preserve excellence as well as to promote diversity. But the gains for Latinos and African Americans in these projections are very small, while the decreases for Asian Americans and the gains for whites are quite large,” said Vincent Pan, president of Chinese for Affirmative Action, a national group based in California. “There’s almost a swapping out of Asian students for white students. Let’s not rush this thing.”

But university leaders are playing down the demographic projections and defending the admissions plan, which emerged from the Academic Senate, a system-wide faculty group. Mark G. Yudof, president of the university, said in a statement of the proposal: “It also sends a clear message to California high school students that if they work hard, take challenging courses and do well, they will get to make their case for admission to UC.” The university system has been praised by faculty and student groups for the planned shift.

Admission to the University of California is enormously competitive, and families in the state long to be able to send children to its prestigious campuses, where they can be educated at top research universities at a fraction of what they would pay for a private institution. In California, race and admissions have been tangled and divisive for years. The success of Asian American students in winning admission to UC campuses has meant that those institutions are in many ways more diverse than much of American higher education. But the state’s ban on affirmative action in public university admissions has depressed the admission of black and Latino students.

The proposal before the Board of Regents today would do the following:

  • End the requirement that applicants submit two SAT Subject Test scores.
  • Narrow from the top 12.5 to the top 9 percent of high school graduates the percentage who will be guaranteed admission to the university system (although not necessarily to the campus of their choice).
  • Expand the definition of applicants eligible for a full admission review to include all who complete 11 of 15 required high school courses by the end of their junior year, and achieve a grade-point average of at least 3.0

The last shift is expected to greatly expand the pool of those entitled to a full admissions review, where personal qualities and other factors may help some win admission. Indeed those deemed eligible for a full review would go up in all racial and ethnic groups. But the gains in eligibility are not necessarily going to translate into gains in admissions for all groups — or into gains that reflect the gains in those eligible for a full review.

Projected Impact of Admissions Changes on Different Racial and Ethnic Groups


Projected Increase in Eligibility for Review

% of 2007-8 Admits Under Current Policy

Estimates of Percentage of 2007-8 Class Admitted Under New Rules

















04 February 2009

1. The inbred South Carolinians can't tell what he was smoking or where, from a video.

2. There is nothing wrong with recreational or medical cannabis use;
ask Lyon Lott how often he's gotten drunk, or how stupid he's become because
of it, or bang/raped his spouse (or dog, or daughter) when he or she was drunk.

3. Will MP endorse that bhong now?

MP's apologies are expected, and we won't hold them against you, sir. #include celebrity remorse>

Sheriff Lott's verbal turds will be held against him, no question. Retard.

Porn charges for 'sexting' stir debate

Should teens who send racy photos face serious felony charges?

Generally, the judges and attorneys who prosecute these cases are pedophiles,
internet pedoporn collectors, and suppressed homosexuals. Do some research.
Kids are kids. Kids with cameras and networks are still kids.

PS: here's a southern DA raping child liberty
& *:-(
which is you can't tell bits from meat, will be chileprons to you.

Get pro help.

Ethnic remarks after killing upset Va. Tech leader

BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) — An internationally diverse student body is vital to Virginia Tech, the school's president said Wednesday in response to e-mails and blogs disparaging Asians that surfaced after a Chinese student was accused of decapitating a classmate.


Vital because VT can't fund itself without foreigners paying out of state tuition.

Got glocks?

At least there's some good news today..

Fire damages historic Chicago church

A ten year old was found hanging from a hook in a bathroom, dead.


At least he was black so no one will get upset. Its an "accident" after all.

03 February 2009

Iran now has an orbiting satellite. 55 degrees inclination, from about 250 to 350 miles
(fairly eccentric). Some NPR (national propoganda radio) wonk said that it didn't matter,
that if you want to deter, you need 100% reliability. What bullshit. Even nukes have a
certain probability of predetonation. What matters is that others think there's a reasonable

Of course, a rocket that can do that can also reach some interesting places, carrying interesting cargoes. So expect the amerizionists to go "ballistic" (get it?)

Taliban Hits NATO Supply Route


Yep, the Afghans get it. An army rides on its logistics.


Richland County Sheriff Leon Lott wants to charge Phelps.

Lott is an inbred redneck who should go back to kicking his dog and
beating his wife.

Oh, and he's a baptist. That's a surprise.
Ayn Rand must be rolling in her grave. Her "representatives"
at the ARI (here in Irvine) support open borders and zionism.

Guess what? Open borders only work if you don't have free
services. Yes, the free services are wrong, but given them,
advocating open borders makes them worse.

And the ARI is zionist, because they prefer Israeli culture to others.
But Israel was stolen from its occupants by the British colonialists
who obviously initiated force to do so.

02 February 2009

Army Strong. Flesh burnt off your face. Genitals blasted off by a mine.

Empire ain't free.
President Lincoln was not a hero. He was scum.

He invented the income tax. To fund a war.
He jailed folks who didn't want to fight his war.
He waged the bloodiest war ever in American history.
He was a manic depressive lunatic who nearly destroyed the country.

And Obama thinks he's the greatest.

Previously wars were fought by volunteers, or in europe, mercenaries.
Previously, there was no notion of income tax.

Yes, I know this sounds looney. The Obama parallel is, as yet, imaginary. But the facts about Lincoln are known. Its not good that a supposed constitutional scholar would admire Lincoln.

Yes, its definately away from the mean to disparage Lincoln. But look it up.

While you still can. Google needs electricity you know :-)
I heard that the sliMayor of NYC provoked a groundhog and got bit. Alright for the animals! I'm not ALFELF but Bloomberg is fascist scum. Fortunately for the animal but unfortunately for Bloomberg's conspecifics, the peaceful animal was not rabid.

When I retire, I will move to alaska and teach computer science.
This is more UCLA: Some 'spics don't like what other people say, consider it
a crime. Guess what? Free speech wins, there is no such thing as hate speech.


Some illegal immigrant got into UCLA --despite being way below their standards, because she's a mexican, which is illegal (unconstitutional in California).

What a waste of a good spot at a middle university. She's not even going to do well.

I wonder if Jason Song, the author, can be charged for failing to report a felony.

Turns out the woman is not married (natch!) and one of her existing kids is autistic. And all of her kids have been through IVF.

Her doctors should be de-licensed.

01 February 2009

There is some uniquely Amerikan (thank the gods) amusement wherein
large negroes chase a testicle-shaped ball made of pig skin.

American negroes are likely selected for obedience, consider the number
of generations and the selection pressure.

Then you have scum like Jackson and Sharpton etc. Kinda makes
you want to sterlize all of them.
someone wrote:
> dont kill yourself.

Or if you do, do so intentionally. And don't kill those
around you, or the medics who come to check you out.

[Moral self-euthanists who use CO label the closet so
the first to discover don't gas themselves. For similar
reasons, label your stuff so your kids know what hot relics they're
saving, in case you don't know your check-out date.]
Phelps, although a jock, is wise enough to know how to self-medicate with quality,
appropriate allies.


I generally ignored the olympic (tm) crap, but now, I admire the fellow.

Swimmers should use water pipes, after all! He is totally rational. Unlike his detractors.

Mr. Phelps, you may have to "publically" apologize, but we can have a beer sometime.
Finally: Not ---not Iraq, the economy, Afghanistan, or a DHSparanoia / CBW attack.

Just a plain ole' earthfart.

I've had sores on my upper thighs for some years now. Recently underwent
two courses of ciproflaxin to see only temporary change. I've used topical antibiotics
and antifungals to no avail. I've freaked about MRSA but I it was diagnosed as cellulitis.

Well, some time ago I made more AgC2 than I thought clever, and put
it, in water, in lightproof plastic containers outside for maybe half a year at temperatures
between say 50 and 100 F. When I finally opened it, it was black goo, instead of the
beige flocculent originally produced. I thought it had completely decomposed, but when
dried, will detonate under flame, leaving carbon and silver dust.

But, it works great on my chronic sores. It is likely the highly dispersed silver, but the
dispersed carbon may also matter, and who knows, the energetic acetylide might be antibiotic.
Yes, it is lampblack dark where treated, but its winter, I'm wearing long pants, and this
is my thighs not shins.

I have some regular ole silver nitrate, that would form silver chloride on me, which would under light decompose to fine silver. One can also buy silver nitrate gel, if you want to pay lots of money.

I also have iodine crystals, for science not meth, but I haven't used those, and likely tincture
of is sufficient. I used that on some ringworm on my shoulders. I've also used turpentine, not sure if that worked, but its also a pre-industrial cure.