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|20131207 23:18||Thing From Snowy Mountain||I installed silverlight, it didn't work, then I noticed an option to watch with flash.|
Currently watching "Gumball Rally." May watch Cannonball Run later.
|20131207 23:03||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Amazon Instant Video now requires silverlight? Hmmph.|
|20131207 18:25||Pappy||That's better than full-contact golf.|
|20131207 18:02||Thing From Snowy Mountain||All I can say, Ship, is that anyone with a Chris-Farley-like tornado of destruction is a force to be reckoned with.|
|20131207 17:52||Bright Pebbles|
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|20131207 17:29||Shipman||I am looking at the Viceroy ad (smoothest taste of all!) featuring the great Bowler Don Carter. This set me to thinking, bowling already has beer, smokes and committee meetings, what it needs to re-break into the mainstream is violence. So I propose the FBL (full contact bowling league). I see the Mayor of Toronto as the first Commissioner. I envision bowling shirts becoming stylish everyday wear and expensive as all hell. I see good times for America.|
|20131207 12:12||Thing From Snowy Mountain||Damn, I feel tired today.|
|20131207 11:07||Pappy||Well, India did a pretty good job of making up for that lapse afterwards.|
|20131207 11:00||badanov||Some Saturday morning Johnny Cash:|
|20131206 22:54||badanov||In his defense, Ghandi didn't get out much. Plus communism had yet to go mainstream, otherwise he would have been there.|
|20131206 22:50||Pappy||Mandela's death is splitting conservatives right down the middle.|
Funny (and I'm likely wrong,) but I don't recall Ghandi having been photographed with the Castros, Chavezes, Mobutus, and Qadaffis of his day.
|20131206 22:43||Pappy||That is indeed curious, bad. Sort of like not mentioning Tom Cruise's rather public and odd foray into Scientology.|
Come to think of it, the analogy is appropriate.
And it is rather interesting that PJ Media is quoting or referencing material from Horowitz's claque more.
|20131206 20:12||badanov||Mandela's death is splitting conservatives right down the middle.|
|20131206 19:57||badanov||David Swindle, formerly of NewRealBlog.com and FrontPageMag.com is now lifestyle editor at PJ Media. |
Oddly enough in his bio his pedigree with David Horowitz goes unmentioned.
Prolly an oversight. Yeah, that's the ticket!
|20131206 17:34||Shipman||I know for a fact they didn't even look at my Resume.|
|20131206 13:58||badanov||Texan's Gary Kubiak is out. Wade Phillips is in.|
|20131206 07:30||Dale||They are researching a new bacteria that will attack harmful bacteria. Something to use in place of current antibiotics. This is my memory. I forget where I read that. Yes, a better way. In Israel you can purchase antibiotics over the counter.|
Yes, you can give all the wavers to the few you want but no doctors to see will be the issue next. Obama is putting so many out of work, Coal industry, all related delivery systems, associated businesses. No doing the same thing to the Insurance industry. License fees. Continuing education. This is a massive walk back. Like real-estate. Tax revenue is dropping by the millions now. They don't care. Just move along nothing here to see.
|20131206 02:48||OldSpook||Dumping antibiotics on the manure instead of fixing the problem (bad feed)? Wrong, wrong wrong wrong!.|
All you will do is eventually produce a resistant version of the bacteria. As the resistance genes cross to other bacteria, the antibiotic eventually becomes completely useless -- not only for its intended target, but possibly other similar bacteria/microorganisms as well.
Its the heavy-handed and careless overuse of antibiotics that are destroying the effective antibiotics we have. There's already MRSA, and several others that are well down the path of being untreatable. A world without antibiotics is where a scratch can end up incapacitating you, an impacted tooth can kill you, and infinity mortality and deaths from childbirth will zoom.
Find a better way to feed the livestock.
|20131206 01:15||badanov||Apparently, the rumor is that Obama's staff is moving heaven and earth for Obama to become involved in the planting of Mandela.|
|20131206 00:37||Pappy||Actually, it's closer to fascism.|
|20131206 00:32||badanov||Soc1alist contains the word which means a pro male s3x pill. (You figure it out)|
|20131206 00:18||49 Pan||Why is the word socylist banned from the o club?|
|20131206 00:17||49 Pan||This fight is socylist fighting for the very soul of our country.|
|20131206 00:17||49 Pan||Its an alignment of the socialysts with the unions. They will, through the ACA, align with the inner city poor.|
|20131206 00:15||49 Pan||So they are giving waivers for Obama care to the unions. Its not payback for supporting Obama.|
|20131206 00:14||49 Pan||why wont my posts post?|
|20131205 21:02||Pappy|| It gets better:. |
President Obama acknowledged on Thursday that he lived with his Kenyan uncle for a brief period in the 1980s while preparing to attend Harvard Law School, contradicting a statement more than a year ago that the White House had no record of the two ever meeting.
Their relationship came into question on Tuesday at the deportation hearing of his uncle, Onyango Obama, in Boston immigration court. His uncle had lived in the United States illegally since the 1970s and revealed in testimony for the first time that his famous nephew had stayed at his Cambridge apartment for about three weeks. At the time, Onyango Obama was here illegally and fighting deportation. In November 2011, a White House spokesman said he had no record of the two ever meeting. The Washington Post had also reported that scholars believed the two had never met.
The White House never moved to correct the record, until the president’s famously private uncle took the witness stand in Boston immigration court two days ago.
On Thursday, a White House official said the press office had not fully researched the relationship between the president and his uncle before telling the Globe that they had no record of the two meeting. This time, the press office asked the president directly, which they had not done in 2011.
|20131205 18:12||Shipman||Read this sentence:|
(Onyango) Obama is the second relative of the president’s father to face deportation to Kenya since he took office.
Serious soft soapyiness. 2nd relative of the (lowercase) president's to face deportation. Now is there any chance, any chance at all that this is also The President's relatives?
From here: http://www.bostonglobe.com/metro/2013/12/05/president-obama-acknowledges-having-lived-with-his-uncle/mz67SRGIExGAZJuOQsl1JI/story.html
|20131205 16:41||Shipman||Mandela d.e.a.d. SA prepare for combat.|
Also no charges against Winston. Altho he did admit to stealing soft drinks with the ketchup cups. :(
|20131205 16:35||Shipman||Ummm.... blowback, bad blowback. Stinky, stinky blowback.|
|20131205 09:45||Pappy||And some scientifecal schtuff:|
Hog farms in the Midwest are great big barns sitting on top of great big pits filled with a great deal of awful-smelling manure. The pigs walk about on a slatted floor that lets manure fall into the pit several feet below. Around 2007, farmers began noticing pig poop acting funny. The normally liquid mixture started producing foamy bubbles, rising up and up, past the slats, right to the pigs’ cloven hooves. Then it got worse. Among the gases in the bubbling in the foam are two of special note: methane and hydrogen sulfide—both highly flammable. All it takes is a small spark and Kaboom! In September 2011, a barn explosion killed 1,500 pigs and seriously injured one worker. It was just the most serious in a string of barn explosions that have cost farmers millions of dollars in the past several years. Scientists have scrambled to solve the mystery of the exploding hog-manure foam, but no straightforward answer as emerged so far.
As a matter of physics, every foam needs three components: gas, stabilizer, and surfactant. Manure is normally teeming with microbes, which produce gases like methane and whose cells can act as stabilizers. Therefore the surfactant—any chemical such as soap that lowers the surface tension of liquids to allow bubbles to form—is a likely candidate for what’s new. Around the same time that foaming manure became a problem, farmers also started feeding their pigs more and more distiller’s dried grains with solubles (DDGS), a cereal-like byproduct of ethanol production. DDGS is full of plant fibers and long-chain fatty acids—plausible surfactant candidates. Since the US provides huge subsidies for making ethanol from corn, DDGS was cheap and plentiful source of animal feed. DDGS has been a suspected culprit of foaming manure from the beginning (one magazine called it a “pig bang theory”), but experiments are still inconclusive. A comparison of manure from different diets with and without DDGS did not find the manure of DDGS-fed pigs to be particularly foamy. This lab experiment, however, only looked at manure incubated in bottles for up to 40 days. Manure pits are a different beast. The manure sits for up to a year before it’s pumped out. The yearlong accumulation also makes it difficult for researchers to make any conclusions comparing manure pits at farms because the pigs’ diets can often change. On top of that, DDGS content itself is not consistent, varying by season and by refinery.
The best short-term solution farmers have come up is antibiotics. Rumensin 90, an antibiotic normally used to prevent bloating in cattle, has been repurposed to prevent gas in pig manure pits. It works, though no one knows why. Scientists have hypothesized that shifts in the microbial community—either from DDGS feeding or from another cause—may have a role in foaming manure as well. All the unknowns around exploding hog manure foam suggest being careful about unintended consequences. Farming accounts for 80% of all antibiotics sold in the United States, and widespread use of antibiotics in farm animals contributes to the development of deadly antibiotic-resistant infections in people. Rumensin 90 is at best a short-term fix. If the foaming manure is indeed linked to DDGS, then the consequences of producing ethanol are quite literally blowing up in our faces.
|20131205 09:28||Pappy||Home sick today.|
One from UK's Peter Whittle:
Delivering this year's Reith Lectures — the first contemporary artist to do so — the media-friendly transvestite artist and potter Grayson Perry posited the notion that perhaps art had lost one of its central tenets: its ability to shock. Of course the notion that the arts should shock is a thoroughly modern one in historical terms but, even as it became accepted and then entrenched as a cliché, wider social developments throughout the latter half of the 20th century were working to undermine it. It is hard to be truly transgressive in a society where around two million people take recreational drugs, treat debt as a lifestyle choice or no longer bother getting married. We are, as it were, all bohemians now. All that seems left for art in this respect is to retreat into a cul-de-sac of its own minor personal preoccupations.
Broad social changes are not the whole story, however. The growing loss of cultural resonance of the arts, even at a time when they are slavishly and sycophantically celebrated by a 24-hour print and broadcast media, derives from their reluctance to take up, comment on or, yes, be shocking or provocative about the most important issues facing us. When they do, it is invariably so late as to make it irrelevant, and almost always comfortably in line with the political and social orthodoxies of the day. On a whole host of issues the viewer, gallery-goer and novel-reader, far from being shocked, provoked or given even a slightly alternative perspective, generally know exactly what they are going to get. This narrow-minded complacency is illustrated perfectly by the state of British satire, currently at one of its lowest ebbs. The satirists' pens remain largely untouched; it is sobering to ponder that we have been debating the rights and wrongs of the wearing of the burka — an issue with an increasing everyday social and legal impact — without any recourse to satire.
It is indeed the increasing presence of Islam, and a fear of Islamism, which more than anything else has exposed the claims of the arts apologists to be seriously at the forefront of anything. Over the past decade people in the arts have caved in and censored themselves at the prospect of Islamist reaction, sometimes out of fear of violence, other times a politically correct desire not to give offence, or because in some skewed way they feel their job is to stand up for those their dogma tells them are "victims." The drip-drip effect of such trimming and censorship is that the message becomes internalised. It is not because we have become more comfortable in our own skins, less paranoid. It is simply because we have learned what we can and cannot say, especially when it comes to Islam. Christianity of course remains the fair game it has always been, in the safe knowledge that nobody might face death as a result. But we can safely say that a country that produced the popular classic The Life of Brian must get used to the fact that it will never, ever see The Life of Iqbal.
Having set the ball rolling by asking whether art has lost its power to shock, Grayson Perry should perhaps get the last word. In 2007 he declared in a statement which some admired for its honesty but others might have seen as depressing evidence of how meek our arts had become, that when it came to his own work, he had "not gone all out attacking Islamism because I feel the real fear that someone will slit my throat". To which perhaps one can only answer: artist, heal thyself.
|20131205 09:17||Pappy||Morning from a semi-frozen Next to The Park.|
|20131204 20:40||badanov||Some Wednesday evening Alabama:|
|20131204 18:33||Shipman||WTF? There then gone. Oh well, it's an allegory or somesuch.|
|20131204 18:31||Shipman||Ugh, black dawgs of memory are trying to annoy me.|
BACK! BACK! BACK!
|20131203 19:52||Deacon Blues||I have a review he did of a movie. It's hysterical.|
|20131203 17:05||Dale||Deaconman join the club.|
|20131203 16:04||Shipman||LOL that's right! There were 2 of them!|
Damn Mucky was funny. He could troll bait like no one I've ever seen. :)
I need to try to find him again. He was still in Austin laster time I checked. Hope he got work.
|20131203 15:55||Deacon Blues||You may be surprised to receive this letter from me since you do not know me personally. I am Mr Naphtali Gilead, the first son of |
Johnson Gilead, the most popular black farmer in Zimbabwe who was murdered in the land dispute in my country. I got your contact
through network online hence decided to write you.
ima feel his pain:
ima soryn heer about the plite you sufferer. the spain is gots no moral rites to do that to you. curse the spain! and curse mugabe and him stupid mustashe! im live in the texas and am thinkerin mebbe im can help out. spekin south africas you got any dimond mines? also ima likin them gold coins with em purdy deers on em. you got any those? im am kinda comcern about combining chemicals and farm equipments. you in shuld realy go to organic farmin. itn save moneys and is protec the ecosystem. jus grow things in em greenhouse and set the bees free! ima know the africanize bees can be in concern but you can buyer some good ole americans ones born in the usa and purchases online. ifn you want ima can seel em to ya. cheep to. and ima get you "organic" bees even beter than regular bee and helthier for you cous cous. then you can haver organic vegetals and honey for you tea. :) jus send me a chek and ima get you all the bees you can dreem of. also ima mite sendn you some speshal seeds for growin organic ganja. you can grower thisn purdy litle flowers and send me sum once in a wile. plese write back and let me know ifn we has a deels and then ima helper you that money. llokin forward doin bizniss with you.
|20131203 08:14||Deacon Blues||You are right Glen, I didn't look at the date and hadn't heard about it before now. Dopey Me.|
|20131203 08:07||Glenmore||Deacon, Bob Denver died back around Katrina; are you referring to another Gilligan?|
|20131203 04:41||Shipman||LOL That's it Mullah!|