Nancy Pelosi. Nuff said.

February 4, 2009

Ok, I have to do this.  Have not blogged in quite a while but this info came in today and I just HAVE to put it out again. 

500 Million Americans?  That would be ALL 350 million of us plus another 150 million more?  Does she even know what day it is?

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Democrats. You gotta Luv em…

January 3, 2009

 

Here is a fun story I read today.  I would like to know where Texas stands in this..

Opinions?


Large Hadron Collider Passes Test?

September 10, 2008

 

Particles flew, and the beam went the other way.  For reasons that I cannot explain, my first cup of coffee did not taste the same.  I saw a beam of light early this morning and I proceeded to go to where it was and it turned out to be the local Ford dealership trying to coerce folks into the “Deal of a Lifetime.”  I explained to them what was going on and they had this strange look on their faces with an incredible amount of “drool” hitting the pavement as I spoke.  They quickly learned that I was not there to buy a new truck and quickly ran toward other prospective customers.  I felt cheated!

Ok, ok.  I shall get back to the subject of the day.  According to this article, the “Large Hadron Collider” passed a test this morning.  “Two White dots” flashed on a computer screen.  “There it is” said Dr. Lyn Evans when the beam completed a lap around the 17 mile long collider. 

Now according to some folks, I only have four more years to live as of December 21, 2008.  Other folks say there is nothing to worry about. 

My opinion is this:  The beam, which is the size of a human hair, was successfully fired in a clockwise direction.  Ultimately, they plan to fire the beam, which is the size of a human hair, in a counter-clockwise direction and then “SLAM” the two together.  Well, you and I both know what that means.  You know.  What happens to hair when electrical current is present? 

The BIG BANG is what happens.  “We’re all GONNA DIE!!!!!


Dr. Lyn Evans. Destroyer of the World?

September 7, 2008

 

On Wednesday, Dr Evans will fire up the Large Hadron Collider, a 17-mile-long doughnut-shaped tunnel that will smash sub-atomic particles together at nearly the speed of light.

Built by the European Organisation for Nuclear Research (CERN), the collider lies beneath the French-Swiss border, near the institution’s headquarters in Geneva, at depths ranging from 170ft to 600ft.

The aim of the £4.4billion experiment is to recreate the conditions that existed a fraction of a second after the Big Bang – the birth of the universe – and provide vital clues to the building blocks of life.

It will track the spray of particles thrown out by collisions in a search for the elusive Higgs Boson, a theoretical entity that supposedly lends weight, or mass, to the elementary particles. So important is this mysterious substance that it has been called the ‘God Particle’.

Scientists also hope to shed some light on the invisible material that exists between particles – dubbed ‘dark matter’ as no one knows what it really is – which makes up most of the universe.

But a handful of scientists believe that the experiment could create a shower of unstable black holes that could ‘eat’ the planet from within, and they are launching last-ditch efforts to halt it in the courts.

One of them, Professor Otto Rossler, a retired German chemist, said he feared the experiment may create a devastating quasar – a mass of energy fuelled by black holes – inside the Earth.

‘Nothing will happen for at least four years,’ he said. ‘Then someone will spot a light ray coming out of the Indian Ocean during the night and no one will be able to explain it.

‘A few weeks later, we will see a similar beam of particles coming out of the soil on the other side of the planet. Then we will know there is a little quasar inside the planet.’

Prof Rossler said that as the spinning-top-like quasar devoured the world from within, the two jets emanating from it would grow and catastrophes such as earthquakes and tsunamis would occur at the points they emerged from the Earth.

‘The weather will change completely, wiping out life, and very soon the whole planet will be eaten in a magnificent scenario – if you could watch it from the moon. A Biblical Armageddon. Even cloud and fire will form, as it says in the Bible.’

He said that attempts were still being made in the European Court of Human Rights to halt the experiment on the grounds that it violated the right to life. The court has, however, already rejected calls for a temporary delay in the project, and it is unlikely to come to a speedy decision about whether the CERN experiment should be halted for good.

Meanwhile Dr Walter Wagner, an American scientist who has been warning about the dangers of particle accelerators for 20 years, is awaiting a ruling on a lawsuit he filed a fortnight ago in his home state of Hawaii.

He fears the experiments might unwittingly create something he calls a ‘strangelet’ that could result in a fusion reaction that might ultimately turn the Earth into a supernova, or an exploding star.

But Dr Evans, the leader of the project, who has devoted 14 years of his life to building the vast particle accelerator, is dismissive of the doom-mongers.

In fact, he is so relaxed about the project, he even wears shorts to work.

He said that Prof Rossler was a ‘crazy’ retired professor who had invented his own theory of relativity.

‘We have shown him where his elementary errors are, but of course people like that just will not listen,’ said Dr Evans.

Meanwhile, Dr Wagner’s fears were ‘totally and completely’ unfounded. ‘There are thousands of scientists around the world who have been preparing this machine and they know what they are talking about, unlike these guys,’ he added.

Dr Evans says his real nightmare is not that he will destroy the world but that, with the cameras rolling, the machine will break down. ‘This is not the first accelerator I have commissioned, but the first under the glare of the whole world,’ he said.

‘My main worry is that we’ve got a huge amount of equipment and it is new. If something trips off, we are down for hours and we have all these Press people sitting around.

‘We are not used to that. We are used to setting things up quietly and announcing it afterwards.’

I dont know about you all, but this is something that could draw alot of concern.  What are your thoughts?  The full story is HERE.  I copied alot of it though. 


Enquiring minds already knew the truth

August 8, 2008

After a few months of lies and denials, former-VP and Prez candidate John Edwards finally admitted to having good-feelin’ sexy times with someone other than his cancer-ridden wife. But, since he says he DID NOT love this other woman and that he IS NOT the father of the baby (uh, because the timing doesn’t work out), then we should probably let him keep his fatherhood award (shown above via Newsbusters). Agreed? OK! Glad that’s settled. Phew!

In fact, with the help of the MSM, we can easily make John Edwards the victim.

First off, a man has needs! Chicka chicka bow wow. Evidently, politicians have a lot of needs. And I’ve heard that chemo tires out a patient. You do the math. Do we know if the Edwards’ wedding vows included an “in sickness and health” provision?

Second, pretend that he cheated with a Republican and play this off as a tawdry sting operation developed by Cheney, Rove, and Halliburton. Let Olbermann and MSNBC lead the charge on this one!

Finally, who uncovered this story? The supermarket tabloid Enquirer. Most uppity folk will have to ask their maids and nannies what exactly is an “Enquirer” and where can it be purchased? Macys or SAK’s Fifth Avenue?

None of the MSM snobs will enjoy being scooped by a supermarket tabloid. Look for the MSM to turn this into another case of an evil gossip rag (probably with Halliburton financing) snooping into the lives of the average citizen (well, the average citizen who has been on a US Presidential ballot, gets $400 haircuts, and has a house larger than my local mall).

The only question that remains now is: Among Democrats, does this make him a more likable candidate for VP?

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I’ll turn the sarcasm off for a bit and say I do feel very sorry for Elizabeth Edwards, and she’ll need every bit of her remaining strength to make it through her husband’s affair and lies. God bless her. Her husband is certainly a candidate for forgiveness, as I’m sure he’s already been asking for it from many earthly and heavenly sources.

We all need forgiveness for our sins.

_________________________________ Update 10:30 PM

According to CBS News:

She said she was proud of the courage her husband showed despite his shame and pleaded for her family’s privacy to be respected.

In his interview with ABC News, Edwards recalled his wife’s reaction to the news in 2006.

“She was mad, she was angry. I think furious would be a good way to describe it,” Edwards said.

Edwards made a point of saying that his wife’s cancer was in remission when he began the affair with Hunter. Elizabeth Edwards has since been diagnosed with an incurable form of the disease.

Hey John Edwards, your wife’s cancer is in remission!  What are you going to do now?

“I’m going to Dis… have an affair.”


It’s getting Old!!!

July 19, 2008

I understood today that barrel crude prices have dropped quite a bit.  Why have gas prices not followed?


A Little Perspective, A Lot of Truth

June 30, 2008

For more, check out Michael Ramirez at IBD.  He’s brilliant.

H/T: Duxfine (yep, still alive and wit-kicking)