31 January 2011

[F]or happiness-project purposes, Tolstoy is particularly fascinating -- both because he wrote so extensively about happiness and because he made and broke so many resolutions himself. Spectacularly... Tolstoy wrote these rules when he was eighteen years old:

Get up early (five o'clock)

Go to bed early (nine to ten o'clock)

Eat little and avoid sweets

Try to do everything by yourself

Have a goal for your whole life, a goal for one section of your life, a goal for a shorter period and a goal for the year; a goal for every month, a goal for every week, a goal for every day, a goal for every hour and for evry minute, and sacrifice the lesser goal to the greater

Keep away from women

Kill desire by work

Be good, but try to let no one know it

Always live less expensively than you might

Change nothing in your style of living even if you become ten times richer


Assange on Hillary Clinton's type: hosed losers.


El Baradai: an engineer or scientist as leader? YES. Peaceful man. Nice.
To argue for an end to WikiLeaks seems, therefore, to repudiate a core value of democracy.

the government is faced with a problem it cannot solve. Its exposure is thought by many to be deserved.

One does not need any science education to assist in warehousing retirees, clean up unsanitary conditions, or be a cashier in retail selling goods all made in China. There is no demand for science and math in these growth “professions.”

US: you're down just leave
One of Al Q's major problems has been US support for the evil Mubarak regime. If you have any doubts, look at how Israel is saying he's the greatest guy ever.

The US puppet empires are going down.

30 January 2011

A few days ago, heard some weird cat noises. A stray had entered our garage, eatens some kibble, and the housecat had gotten very very upset.

Closed the garage door, vistitor exited rapidly. Left some food, was eaten, doing so again.
Will adopt if necessary; however poundcat is Primary and very cool. He knows to sit on my lap when I sit on the couch. Every time. Awesome.

Went to aquarium today. Filled with handicapped, drooling and spinning. Free tickets from wifey though.

Brought the octopus out with the green laser. Forced the fishschools to attend the green dot.
Did not get kicked out or talked to.

Watched giant seals get fed. The Marlin .22 with a plastic stock was marketed to fishermen to shoot those beasts that stole the fish.

Shined laser on clam; clam shut shell, slowly. Was very cool demo that the spots are actually eyes!

Police are no more. Neighborhood groups protect homes, businesses. Form their own security groups.


Not just for political tyrants; also for social justice when the cops aren't there.

Never for duck hunting, or deer, turkey, etc. Just humans ---that's what the Constitution says.
Evil humans.

Plenty of them.

Muslim brotherhood plus guy who knows exactly how the UN monitors IAEA treaties.
UN celebrity El Baradai.

And how to build a bomb. Antennaes are for both broadcast and receive. If you can detect a bomb program you can run one.


Bill Keller's hobby is performing cunnilingus on bag-ladies.

NYT breakthrough.
Ayn Rand's life was not an Ayn Rand novel.
the great man is the man who doesn't live in the present

-not of this world-
idiot OC christians often mexican


I don't know who to write for.

I thought I was writing for intellectuals, but no response.

-Barbara Brandon on Rand's thoughts after Rand's publishing
informally decommissioned police officers sat on plastic chairs smoking cigarettes, drinking tea and brandishing assault rifles, handguns and improvised weapons.

"They've been protecting the 'major thief' for 30 years, so we don't trust them anymore."

"Those who protect also rob,

[This is egypt, not the US, but it applies here too..]

The lesson here is that what seemed impossible just a few weeks ago can become possible. It's very difficult to predict revolutions
Egypt also controls the Suez Canal, through which significant oil

Remember what the US did to Panama, which controls the Panama Canal.

Egypt will be the 52nd state, behind Israel, the 51st.

Report: Mubarak's sons, wife head to London

The Islamic Republic of Egypt
joins the Islamic Republic of Iraq,
both enabled by the US,

Is Bill Keller of the NYT still having sex with Geoff Morrell of the pentagon?

Instead of taxing by IRS and printing money by FED,
why not simply pay off govt debts by printing money? This devalues all currency much like FED printing. It confiscates from everyone like IRS.

Why not? Because it would be TOO OBVIOUS that govt is printing money and devaluing yours.

The US is bankrupt and the states are trying to figure out how they can go bankrupt too. The most hilarious thing is that the states can't, without a constituional revision. Ain't gonna happen.

Rand, democracy, constitution

You cannot vote on things that violate individual rights.

28 January 2011

"We've had attacks on particular domain names. Little pieces of infrastructure knocked out. But we now have some 2,000 fully independent in every way websites, where we're publishing around the world. It is -- I mean, it's not possible to do."

Sure, just shut off electricity --then no wikileaks or WL readers.

Just do it.

Now this is photographic journalism.

Let the power fall.
-Robert Fripp

27 January 2011


26 January 2011

the best in retarded negress consumerism.

Rep. Dennis Kucinich has filed a lawsuit against a House of Representatives cafeteria over dental injuries he says he sustained three years ago when he ate a sandwich containing olives that were not pitted.

Blow up the UN. Its a US pawn.

Bolivia wants to amend a UN drugs treaty that bans chewing coca, which is an ancient tradition in the Andes.

Take out bloomberg at the same time, PLEASE

A high school in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, is defending its decision to segregate its students by race and gender.

The scheme, at McCaskey East High School, separates black students from the rest of the school body, and then further breaks it down into black females and black males.

“No I’d rather be here than in California with earthquakes, but I wish it would stop,” said Lisa Frazier of Harlem.


Harlem with negroes and snow and expensive electricity and no jobs and people too stupid to leave.

No thanks, I take Cali with earthquakes (unlikely here) fires (burnt out already) mexicans (at least the food is tasty) and traffic (which I avoid).

Harlem. Nuke it. No loss.
What's the difference between the NYTimes and a whore?


“Dear kids,

Santa is Mum & Dad.



Hilarious apologetica from NYT

Foreign governments cooperate with us, he pointed out, not because they necessarily love us, not because they trust us to keep their secrets, but because they need us.
---Defense Secretary Robert Gates

Kill your government. Boycott the US.
and you ain't seen nothin' yet
A free press in a democracy can be messy. But the alternative is to give the government a veto over what its citizens are allowed to know.

Exactly. Governments should have no secrets. It should only protect that which it knows about citizens. Which should be minimal.

What does government have to hide?
A free press in a democracy can be messy. But the alternative is to give the government a veto over what its citizens are allowed to know.
So we have no doubts about where our sympathies lie in this clash of values. And yet we cannot let those sympathies transform us into propagandists, even for a system we respect.

The virulent hatred espoused by terrorists, judging by their literature, is directed not just against our people and our buildings but also at our values and at our faith in the self-government of an informed electorate. If the freedom of the press makes some Americans uneasy, it is anathema to the ideologists of terror.


Terrorism is a tool not an ideology. He means militant Wahabist, typically Saudi.

Not your people or buildings or values or faith, but your empire is in their face and they don't like it. You wouldn't either. Its understandable enough, as is the use of various tools to wake the 'democracy' up so it can change its policies.

Typical New Yorker, mindless, no insight, just testerone-patriotism.

Bloomberg is not enough pain for them; bring on more bombs.
Much of the concern reflected a genuine conviction that in perilous times the president needs extraordinary powers, unfettered by Congressional oversight, court meddling or the strictures of international law and certainly safe from nosy reporters.

24 January 2011

At work, I've had to learn how to set up Virtual Box and Ubuntu Linux. Its fairly easy and amazingly stable.

To develop for my current project I need 2 OS, 2 compilers, a JVM, ....

Attorneys for Rahm Emanuel late today asked the Illinois Supreme Court to prevent Chicago elections officials from printing ballots for the Feb. 22 mayor's election without his name.

Emanuel's legal team also said they will ask the state's highest court on Tuesday to hear their appeal of a decision by an appellate court today to knock him off the ballot on the grounds he doesn't meet residency requirements.

But he tries to skirt the law! Just like 3-term Bloomberg, whose third term is illegal under the law.

23 January 2011

Why we need to nuke or at least leave DC:

In a 1986 Supreme Court case, justices were asked whether a police department violated constitutional protections against illegal search and seizure after it flew a small plane above the back yard of a man suspected of growing marijuana. The court ruled that "the Fourth Amendment simply does not require the police traveling in the public airways at this altitude to obtain a warrant in order to observe what is visible to the naked eye."

In a 2001 case, however, also involving a search for marijuana, the court was more skeptical of police tactics. It ruled that an Oregon police department conducted an illegal search when it used a thermal imaging device to detect heat coming from the home of an man suspected of growing marijuana indoors.

There are also regulatory issues with civilian agencies using military frequencies to operate drones,

Jam drone.
Drone kills soccer mom.

As of Dec. 1, according to the FAA, there were more than 270 active authorizations for the use of dozens of kinds of drones. Approximately 35 percent of these permissions are held by the Defense Department, 11 percent by NASA and 5 percent by the Department of Homeland Security, including permission to fly Predators on the northern and southern borders.

So the FAA doesn't protect the people, it protects the government spying.

On the list.
Irvine Unified School District.
Santiago Hills Elementary.
Kids exposed to a state killer, passed his pistol and torture-taser around.

No permission slips.
Alan Schlicting aschlich@iusd.org is principal.

Question: Has the 'Officer' ever shot someone? Killed someone? Tased someone?
Killed them with taser?

Do you want your children exposed to killers and their weapons? Irvine, wake up.

(Of course, I've taught my kid to shoot a revolver and have demonstrated a small number of exothermic reactions to him as well. But in school? )

21 January 2011

For example, gun sales have risen from a long-term rate of about 8 million a year to the current 14 million, according to Colas. Analysts initially attributed the rise to fear of tougher gun-control laws after the election of President Obama. But the continuing climb two years into his term points to a “deeper sense of unease,” be it over government regulations, crime or some something else, Colas wrote.

In the same vein, a jump in demand for silver coins suggests a “fundamental lack of confidence among enough people in the population as to the long-term soundness of the dollar.”

And a rise in the number of people on food stamps –- currently about 43 million people, or 14% of the U.S. population –- points to the deep strains on lower-income people.


a gene known as 5-HTT that is important to the serotonin system of the brain. Certain variants of this gene can increase the risk of psychiatric disorders, such as depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder and addiction.

20 January 2011

"Just when we need an angry black man," he said, "we didn't get one."

Such epic fail. You got a nigger bush.
In a speech this week in Doha, Qatar, Hersh advanced the notion that U.S. military forces are directed and dominated by Christian fundamentalist "crusaders" bent on changing "mosques into cathedrals."

Helen Thomas this guy! Verboten! Disappear him!

Indeed I was held against my will in the E.R. area and detained for 5.5 hours as my mental situation was evaluated first by medical doctor Anne DeLonais and eventual by an man named “Adam” who identified himself as the psychiatric admittance evaluator. Adam interviewed me in some depth and also called my personal physician, associated with, and on the board of the hospital. I understand that my doctor told him

That I had experience and knowledge in this area, and if I had declared a radiological problem, that I should be taken seriously. During my stay in the evaluation unit, Dr. DeLonais took my Geiger Counter, with which she was somewhat familiar and did a radiological survey of the area on her own, reporting back that it was still there, had not been cleaned up nor was the cafeteria closed or any warning tape or other obstruction placed over the area involved.

Eventually I was released from the hospital after 5 ½ hours with no apologies, no explanation and no chargers being filed.

I arrived home after midnight and immediately called the NRC operator on duty, Carl Dietrich, at the hotline, 1-301-816-5100 and briefly told the scenario and asked if they were interested. The answer was affirmative and I was debriefed and recorded in detail.

The next morning, 9 Dec 2008, I was contacted by the region 3 NRC investigative coordinator, a Mr. Paul Poelke. Region 3 is the issuer of materials licenses in Missouri and specifically the Hannibal Regional Hospital. Paul and I have worked together on a few other radiological issues in the past, and he wanted some details filled in on this incident and wanted my advice if he should send an investigator or simply ask the hospital RSO for a synopsis. It is my opinion that the proposed 96-hour delay was a strategy to delay my NRC report and to give any short half lived isotopes a chance to go through normal nuclear decay and be, in effect, undetectable. This tactic is not valid however, since the isotope has a high probability of being Tc-99m, and decays from a 6 hour half life gamma emitter into a 213,000 year half life beta emitter, Tc-99. this is easily detectable, but it takes a different set of equipment to do so.

In the past, I have similarly uncovered accidental leaks and spills in several institutions, including some rather serious radium breaches. In every other case, my information was noted and action taken. In this case I was treated as if I were a terrorist. I suggest that my 28 years in law enforcement electronics has left me in a particularly acute if not unique situation to evaluate and report safety issues such as this.

Psychogenic Alopecia is f'ed up but I've seen it. During the rainstorms my current cat got neurotic.
Visited a business for work today. The receptionist wanted to scan my driver's license so she could get a picture for an ID. BS. I required post-its to mask.

The rest of my colleages rolled like ducks.

They make medical devices not weapons. WTF.

Time to print my own ID.

The receptionist mocked indignation; I told her it was the IT guys who'd dump a PC with my license on its disk.

Jesus Frickin Christ on a stick.
state bankruptcy ---get ready for it.

riots ---get even more ready.

Thus falls Rome.

The U.S. House of Representatives last year approved a bill that would prohibit peer-to-peer file sharing software on any U.S. government computer.

So, no browsers on gummint computers.

19 January 2011

Devin Dwyer suggested publishing pictures of unconvicted drivers as DUI.
He needs to hang. There is such a thing as due process.

He is probably too busy having sex with his daughters or dogs to know this.
"Usenet is like a herd of performing elephants with diarrhea (sic). Massive, difficult to redirect, awe-inspiring, entertaining, and a source of mind-boggling amounts of excrement when you least expect it." -- Gene Spafford, 1992
“I’m sorry my existence is not very noble or sublime.”
Keanu Reeves
Bringing down the store

Meanwhile, back at the Anonymous ranch, several programmers sympathetic to WikiLeaks have been posting programs like Hive Mind LOIC and other updated versions of LOIC, the program initially used to protest the arrest of Assange by launching bots that logjammed the websites of credit-card companies by bombarding them with page requests (sort of the Internet version of having all your friends flush all the toilets in the school at the same time, to overwhelm the plumbing). Similarly adolescent Anonymous antics have proven that you don’t even need to be a computer-literate hacker to make a corporation tremble in its jackboots; just willing to flush. “Paperstorm,” another Anonymous initiative, used the same crowd-sourcing strategy to flood the fax machines of PayPal, Mastercard and Amazon with documents published by WikiLeaks.

This is a thoroughly effective form of protest and free speech, and one that should be protected under the First Amendment. The efficacy of the crowd-source strategy is precisely what seems to be the issue that our authorities object to — but is this not why we have protections under the First Amendment? To decry abuses of power by the institutions that govern us?


It is absolutely, absolutely unacceptable to shoot indiscriminately. Target only politicians and their staff and leave regular citizens alone.

18 January 2011

1/16 surgeons have been suicidal.


T shirts found in backpack.

do you *really* think they are relevant? do you really think the dna you pull from them will help?
Bomb along parade route, with shrapnel and remote. Nice. Guessing its tatp, just saw some white in a bag, could be any non-mixed chem. Bet they're pretty stoked in the Spokane bombsquad, not a fake this time, and the disruptor worked.

Maybe it was the IRA?

also dig the use of the brick wall as reflector. some expertise or accident?

Lieberman is retiring ---perhaps his Israeli funding ran out?


koreans with guns vs urban negroes. 1992, in one of the most civilized fnord cities in the western world.

Yazidis worship seven angels, in the form of peacocks, who are subordinate to the supreme god who created the universe.

16 January 2011

The film promotes the idea that a secretive international banking cabal controls the worlds and is aiming to introduce a global currency to cement that domination.

Its unfortunate that the Congresshooter was into noble metal currency.

the alternative, fiat money, is just a way to run wars and scam the population.
Welcome to the USA!
backpack-style nappy bag.

Don Imus Alert!

Giffords' shooter was obviously paranoid schizo, and his reclusive parents may well be carriers. So, shall we start DNA screening of parents and or just-borne infants?

We will, in a generation.


Jared Loughner posed in a red G-string with a Glock pistol and pulled a frantic all-nighter

Allnighters will do that to you.

the USG is on my blacklist.

"Most people with paranoid delusions believe that the conspiracy, or the sort of persecution, is far greater than they are and that it would be futile to fight against it," Goff said. "It's very very rare for someone to believe that they should or can fight back."



He used 35mm film? For gun-porn? In 2011? WTF? What a loonie.
Sen. Chuck Schumer has wasted no time skull-fucking Gabrielle Giffords headwound...

Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, went for sloppy seconds.

We need congresshit like this, like we need a hole in the head.

15 January 2011


Likely hernia.

Occasional 'roids.



Fuck the physical plant. Let the bodies hit the floor.

Remember that aggressive pictures with guns are now, thanks to the VT korean, passe.
However, thanks to the Tuscon shooter, pictures of guns up your nekkid ass have also beeen done. We anticipate the next gen eagerly.

Remember: you have no right to shoot ducks or deer. Tyrants in government, yes, that's what they're for.

Remember that.

Remember, remember, the fifth of november.

Or don't; history repeats.
On March 6, 1970, the Weather Underground's bombs, assembled in a New York townhouse, exploded prematurely. Ted Gold, Diana Oughton and Terry Robbins - three brilliant and passionate young people who had decided that they must become terrorists - were killed.
I'm keeping some canna magazines from the past few and current years as part of a historical library of how canna will become mainstream here.

I've got a hobby interest in synthetic cannabinoids. Also pyro. Heh heh. But I'm totally conservative and cautious.

When I was 10 I painted a square of poison ivy sap on my forearm. I then documented it over some days. This confirmed that the plant was indeed poison ivy and detailed the visceral response.

When I was gestating my mom studied weapons of mass destruction because my dad was studying law.

This perhaps explains my interest in forbidden and dangerous knowledge. I have yet to build a centrifuge :-P As a Master's engineer, I believe I could, given time and money.
But I have neither.

I have the flu. Yellow green snot, scratchy throat, that flu feeling, which is like being totally stoned and stupid. (Canna does not make you stupid)

Hosed my target yesterday. Will restore it, demo at the end of the week. Joy.
"It's not hissing or ticking. It is addressed to someone in the government. I think it's the president," he said.

that's rather old school.

14 January 2011

The second conceptual change comes from cloud computing: our increasing
tendency to store our data elsewhere. Call it *decentralization*: our
email, photos, books, music, and documents are stored somewhere, and
accessible to us through our consumer devices. The younger you are, the
more you expect to get your digital stuff on the closest screen
It's a recapitulation of the PC revolution. The centralized computer center concept was shaken by people buying PCs to run VisiCalc; now it's iPads and Android smart phones.

meant to be deliberately narcotizing and addictive, with hyper-drugged commentary about the cables stupidly brayed under influence of the mostly pharma-grade placebics.

17-year-old witnessed backyard electrocution of family members

January 14, 2011 | 12:08 pm

A 17-year-old girl witnessed part of the electrocution of three family members, killed Friday morning by a fallen power line in their San Bernardino backyard, a fire captain said.

The girl told investigators that her stepfather, Steven Vego, 44, went to the backyard to inspect some small fires caused by the downed line and fanned by high winds, while her mother, Sharon Vego, 43, went to the frontyard to try to put out a possible fire there, officials said.

Investigators said they believe that Sharon Vego then heard a loud explosion from behind the house and hurried to the backyard, where she found her husband and son. They believe she was electrocuted as she tried to help them.

Firefighters found Sharon Vego on top of her son, Jonathan Cole, 21, and her husband lying nearby. The victims were pronounced dead at the scene.

Firefighters had to wait about 15 minutes for Southern California Edison crews to arrive and cut power to the fallen line before they could reach the victims, said San Bernardino city Fire Dept. Capt. Mike Bilheimer.

The 17-year-old girl and her 10-year-old brother were in the house, and the girl, who saw part of the accident, called 911 about 5:46 a.m., Bilheimer said.

Black teen female and want to celebrate MLK day? Have a baby.

At taxpayer expense.

12 January 2011

Sen. John Ensign, R-Nev., along with Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs ChairmanJoe Lieberman, I-Conn., and Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., introduced legislation in the closing weeks of the last Congress that would amend the Espionage Act to make it illegal to publish the names of human intelligence informants to the U.S. military and intelligence community.
King noted that U.S. firms such as Amazon.com, PayPal and Visa that had been doing business with WikiLeaks have since stopped. But he noted that Assange signed a book deal late last year with U.S. publishing company Alfred A. Knopf that will pay him about $1 million, which will help him keep WikiLeaks going. "Assange seems more emboldened than ever in WikiLeaks' continued viability," King added.

so do you, "King"
House Homeland Security Chairman Peter King, R-N.Y

In a letter, King called on Geithner to place WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange on Treasury's Specially Designated National and Blocked Persons List, which is maintained by the department's Office of Foreign Asset Control. The list includes such groups and invidusals as terrorists and narcotics traffickers, according to the State Department.
The mental environment that this creates for traveling is intense. Nothing is assured, nothing is secure, and nothing provides escape.

All in all, the detainment was around thirty minutes long. They all seemed quite distressed that I had no computer and no phone.

• They were quite surprised to learn that Iceland had computers and that I didn't have to bring my own.

• There were of course the same lies and threats that I received last time. They even complemented me on work done regarding China and Iran.

Only US customs has random number generator worse than a mid-2007 Debian random number generator. Random? Hardly.
Rep. Brady (D – PA) has promised to introduce new legislation to criminalize any political speech which could be perceived as incendiary, and other Democrats suggested that there should be a blanket ban on all speech and symbols which might be conceivably interpreted as incendiary against members of Congress.

11 January 2011

I had favorite books: Animal Farm, Brave New World, The Wizard Of OZ, Aesop Fables, The Odyssey, Alice Adventures Into Wonderland, FahrenheiBooks:
I had favorite books: Animal Farm, Brave New World, The Wizard Of OZ, Aesop Fables, The Odyssey, Alice Adventures Into Wonderland, Fahrenheit 451, Peter Pan, To Kill A Mockingbird, We The Living, Phantom Toll Booth, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Pulp,Through The Looking Glass, The Communist Manifesto, Siddhartha, The Old Man And The Sea, Gulliver's Travels, Mein Kampf, The Republic, and Meno.t 451, Peter Pan, To Kill A Mockingbird, We The Living, Phantom Toll Booth, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Pulp,Through The Looking Glass, The Communist Manifesto, Siddhartha, The Old Man And The Sea, Gulliver's Travels, Mein Kampf, The Republic, and Meno.

10 January 2011

A classmate of the man accused of shooting Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords this morning describes him as "left wing" and a "pot head" in a series of posts on Twitter this afternoon.

Fortunately I'm a right wing pothead and pacifist expert.
Mother trying to teach the kid about monotheism, religion of terrorism.
Judaism, Xianity (torture based), Islam (psycho based).

Get over it. 2^128 gods. Get over your human-centrism, pigs.
My eleven year old (who will have mormon interests in pharmacomanipulation thanks to observing me) knows that shrooms are mushrooms and weed is seaweed salad.
My kid emails me a document to print. So I do. I'm a middle aged print server.

When I was a teen, I was a teenage servomechanism.

Be what you are.

Thanks to work, I can now no longer enjoy HD TV any more than I can enjoy computer games.

05 January 2011

Are you now or have you ever been or will you ever be a participant in the anti-secrecy-restore-democracy initiative?


01 January 2011


The publication of such a book in English has important ramifications. First, it is another example of the use of the Internet to disseminate terrorist methods to individuals and cells throughout the world. More significantly, the publication of this book in English marks an escalation in Al-Qaeda's efforts to encourage jihadists living in Western countries to carry out attacks there, and to provide them with the know-how needed to do so. The recent suicide-attack attempt by Swedish citizen Taimour Abdulwahab Al-Abdaly in Stockholm[1] and the wave of arrests of suspected terrorists in Britain and the Netherlands are all evidence of the gravity of this threat.

A total of 218 strikes have been launched within the territory of Pakistan from 2004 to 2010, and approximately 1,378 to 2,109 individuals have been killed in these unprecedented attacks.