|20150424 20:08||swksvolFF||Weather reports of tennis ball hail, 60mph winds, and tornados over I-70. Had a massive amount of wind here at the KS/OK border which will feed into that storm.|
|20150424 08:06||Deacon Blues||I'be seen stuff claiming the vet shot the cat. Don't believe it myself.|
|20150423 11:21||swksvolFF||BP, that is to the point|
from the department of unfortunate titles:
Wichita news reports about a cat which was shot with an arrow, taken to the vet, and tended to, lived. PETA gets on board and offers a reward for information leading to the naming of the archer. Screen shows the cat with arrow in it. Title underneath:
"$2000 reward for cat with arrow"
|20150422 23:36||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Hello guys. Darn I'm tired. Good night.|
|20150422 23:13||Jan||Oldspook, if you look to have your knee replacements, check out Porter's Hospital, Colorado joint replacement. That's all they do, just shoulder, knee and hip replacements no other ortho surgeries. Good people.|
|20150422 19:15||Bright Pebbles|
|20150422 18:55||Bright Pebbles||Labour and CAGE|
|20150422 04:12||Skidmark||Solution to the spam filter.|
|20150422 00:00||Pappy||Yeah... VA just 'suggested' that I enroll. Kinda funny since I work at an MTF and eligible for treatment there. |
Oh, and the VA center I'd ultimately end up having to go to?
|20150421 05:36||Shipman||Good luck OS|
|20150420 23:56||OldSpook||Will the public finally hold Pelosi and the left accountable for meeting and giving credence to Assad? No. |
WTF does it matter. I'm just an angry old retired spook, not able to do anything other than watch anymore. Can't even go out on contracts. Just too old and brokedick - VA says I will need knee replacements but low priority due to age.
I think Ima take a break again for a bit. just go fishing and drinking (pretty close to the same thing)
|20150420 23:50||OldSpook||Note that they removed ONLY what the Syrian govt "declared" they had.|
|20150420 23:37||OldSpook||'scuse me while I vent.|
Is the public finally getting a clue? We've known for years here in the real world just how evil the regimes in the middle east are - especially Syria.
MSM finally shows just how nasty Asssad and the mess in the Syria is.
Warning: actual footage of Sarin victims, including children twitching and dying as the camera rolls.
Those stocks from Iraq have showed up, or else the Baathists who made the ones in Iraq are now making them for the Baathists in Syria.
DAMNIT why dont the officials listen to us when we tell them the truth, and act whhen they could have?
This is what (emotionally) kills people in the spook business. We know how Cassandra felt. Its agony, like a knife twisting in the gut to have known and to not have been able to convince anyone to either believe, or treat it as important, or act when we still could. And its anger, because we told them, we warned them and they ignored us.
Its very hard to come to terms with this if you have a conscience. Fuck the Pols who can shrug this off, and the evil bastards who did the gassing to begin with. We should as a matter of course target them for death - even if we have to take out their entire palace.
|20150420 21:55||badanov||I found a 1964 Thelonious Monk concert in Paris I plan to download and rip the sountrack.|
|20150420 15:17||Skidmark||WhiteHouse gyrocopter guy is on house arrest.|
|20150419 13:05||Pappy||One from wretchard:|
George Friedman’s book, "Flashpoints: the emerging crisis in Europe" is tour d’horizon of European civilization. The main question it tries to answer is whether European history, with its tragedy and glory, has fundamentally changed. He begins his inquiry by describing the incredible arc of European achievement and disaster. It was on Europe that the Enlightenment was born. And it all came crashing down in the most destructive”thirty one years” (1914-1945) in human history.
The modern European peace, Friedman argues, was constructed by exiting from the game of power. The lesson they had “learned from the thirty-one years off destruction [were] that the benefits of power were not worth the price.” Yet as Friedman shows, all the fracture lines — the “borderlands” — from which European conflicts have flowed are still there. Now the question is whether the European model can survive the emerging social stresses and the renewed challenge of Russia. The falling birthrate prompted European industry to import immigrant — Muslim - labor to man their factories. But it did not change the relative economic efficiency between nations. A growing gap has emerged between Germany and Spain, Italy, Greece, and France so that once again, Berlin is the master of Europe. For the first time in hundreds of years, no single European country is in the first rank of world nations. It was America that welded modern Europe together to face the USSR in the years after 1945. It was the defeat of the Soviet Union that made the EU seem to work for a while after 1989 — until economic reality and the resurgence of Russia returned them to history. The American withdrawal from the world since 2008 has deprived the European project of hard power.
Reading the book is a reminder of how complicated European history is. Although the work is about Europe, always standing offstage, just out of sight is the United States of America. In fact, the implied answer to the question of whether Europe can remain at peace is “if America maintains it.”
|20150419 12:38||Thing From Snowy Mountain||* Kyiv Lists Russian Military Units Allegedly In Ukraine.|
Sorry about the mess, I was seeing what sorts of formatting this page now allows.
|20150419 12:32||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Natan Sharansky: When did America forget that it’s America?.|
|20150419 12:31||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Volcano in North Korea maybe about to explode.|
|20150419 12:28||Thing From Snowy Mountain||One link at a time... here we go...|
Southeast Asian allies of Vietnam war honored at Fort Snelling .
|20150419 12:27||Thing From Snowy Mountain||OK, that's strange.|
I can't copy and paste very well here.
|20150419 12:26||Thing From Snowy Mountain|
|20150419 12:25||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Let me try that as a link, it's not letting me post...|
Putin warns Israel against selling arms to Ukraine.
|20150419 12:20||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Also @ FR:|
* http://freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/3280616/posts "Putin warns Israel against selling arms to Ukraine"
|20150419 12:10||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Here's some interesting links I found this morning:|
On the end of US Hwy 93.
@ FR: "Big Idea: California is So Over." In which Joel Kotkin is shocked, shocked to find that feudalism is happening in that establishment, after importing so many millions of feudalists.
|20150419 11:06||badanov||It appears (and I have not been following evennts in Mexico in a year or so) that whenever clamp on the media there was by the Mexican government has been lifted, so we are getting all of this information now, whereas before, it was just not reported.|
So, I s'pect it has been going on constantly, just not widely reported.
|20150419 10:07||Pappy||Back from a computer rebuild.|
Re Mexico: Is it a control-of-territory issue, fallout from changes in the US drug market, or just the usual internecine warfare?
|20150419 09:44||badanov||Reynosa, several narceauxs were killed on intergang figthing. Also some were killed in Juraez, shootings in Zacatecas, all in the past three days or so.|
|20150419 08:54||trailing wife||Who is involved in these shootouts? I keep seeing reports of head honchos being killed.|
Heartiest congratulations, 49 Pan. You were not meant for a life of luxurious idleness. I always assume Mr. Wife will belong to a new job for the first six months while climbing the learning curve. But firehose is a good metaphor for the first month, yes.