Wednesday, August 27, 2008

I don't know why I think Jon Reep is so damn funny!!



You may remember him from the Dodge commercial:

That thing got a Hemi??

Classic.

It appears McCain's "Straight Talk Express" has derailed.



It's pretty obvious the corporate media is giving McCain a free pass.

Monday, August 25, 2008

The House of Rothschild

This family is the wealthiest family in the world with an estimated net worth of $500 trillion. That's trillion with a T.

Yes, imagine a family that's worth enough to payoff the U.S. National Debt 50 times over. Only, you never hear about them. Why? You are not supposed to hear about them. They have a controlling interest in just about everything (EVERYTHING includes the media), but their specialty is banking.

The Rothschilds have been the top banking family on planet earth for over 200 years. They are on the Board of Directors of the Federal Reserve. If they are not on a Board of Directors, they'll have a proxy (someone under their control.)

Most Americans are so brain dead, they don't even realize the Federal Reserve, who prints the money in their wallet, is a privately held corporation. In fact, the Federal Reserve is a Delaware corporation, and they've been printing money since 1913, which is loaned to the U.S. Government AT INTEREST. Guess who pays the interest? That's right, you do, when you pay your taxes.

The Rothchilds have central banks, like the U.S. Federal Reserve, in just about every country in the world.

Something interesting: Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Lincoln printed interest-free money from the U.S. Treasury despite the fact that the Rothchilds wanted to loan the U.S. the money for the Civil War at 14% to 20% interest. So, Lincoln didn't play along, and he was killed for it.

Kennedy was assasinated. He signed Executive Order 11110 one month before he was assassinated. Executive Order 11110 was going to cancel the Federal Reserve and put money printing power back into the hands of the American people through the U.S. Treasury where it should be, but LBJ cancelled Executive Order 11110 the very same day Kennedy was assassinated!!

Basically, the world is structured the way it is because the Rothschilds want it this way. They will see to it that anyone, who gets in the way, is murdered. So, when you look at all the misery and suffering in this world, just know that people are behind it, and common sense will tell you that the people, who have all the power and money, are the one's, who are the most responsible. They have the power to do the most about it.

Moreover, if the Rothschilds continue to get their way, you'll see the U.S. become more and more like Communist China. (NO Rights for you!!) Their goal is simple: remain secretive, continue to work towards a One World Government, and stay in control of the spotlight to ensure the spotlight never shines on them.

The Rothschilds want to remain invisible while provoking wars and financing both sides as they have been doing since the 1700's. This is a trend that's likely to continue. Their goal is a One World Government or a New World Order. There's very little anyone can do about their shenanigans. They have the power to silence anyone because they control every network news agency.

There's one flaw in their plan, however, the Internet.

The stuff that's out there is the stuff of total enlightenment, which is nice.

It's a formula that's worked for over 200 years. Why shouldn't it continue this way?

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Jeff Buckley "Hallelujah"



If you don't know who Jeff Buckley is, I recommend going to YouTube and watching this video of him doing Hallelujah. The embedding is turned off, otherwise I would have this one instead.

Here's a link to the YouTube page: (copy and paste it)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AratTMGrHaQ

Audioslave "Shadow on the Sun" (war movies)



This song's not exactly a chick favorite, but what the hell, I like it a lot.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

The Verve "Lucky Man"



This song rules!!

The Fray "How to Save a Life" & "Trust Me" & "Over My Head



Lyrics to How To Save A Life :

Step one you say we need to talk
He walks you say sit down it's just a talk
He smiles politely back at you
You stare politely right on through
Some sort of window to your right
As he goes left and you stay right
Between the lines of fear and blame
You begin to wonder why you came

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

Let him know that you know best
Cause after all you do know best
Try to slip past his defense
Without granting innocence
Lay down a list of what is wrong
The things you've told him all along
And pray to God he hears you
And pray to God he hears you

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

As he begins to raise his voice
You lower yours and grant him one last choice
Drive until you lose the road
Or break with the ones you've followed
He will do one of two things
He will admit to everything
Or he'll say he's just not the same
And you'll begin to wonder why you came

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life
How to save a life
How to save a life

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life

CHORUS:
Where did I go wrong, I lost a friend
Somewhere along in the bitterness
And I would have stayed up with you all night
Had I known how to save a life
How to save a life
[ How To Save A Life Lyrics on http://www.lyricsmania.com/ ]




Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Pharoahe Monch "Simon Says"



This was at the end of "Boiler Room." It made the movie.

"Calabria" from the Target commercial



This song is fuggin cool.

Monday, August 18, 2008

Shepard Smith cuts off 12 year girl, who doesn't play along with the "official" Georgia-Russia story



So, here we go, again!!

Georgian's attacked S. Ossetia, and then, the Russians attacked the Georgians.

The American media (the entire media) is telling the story as though it's the other way around. This, despite the fact that every news agency outside the U.S. tells the story correctly.

Here's a little snippet that clearly shows how one-sided the U.S. media is:



WW3 will be started because of lies and propoganda, and obviously, the American media will play a big hand in that.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Someone once asked the Dalai Lama, "What do you do?"

I guess they were thinking they were going to get some profound answer like, "I teach people the path to enlightenment," or something.

It turns out his answer was something much less earth shattering. He said, "I take care of myself."

Friday, August 15, 2008

I've been reading a bunch of "Bush accuses Russia of bullying" articles.

But, what I find interesting about these articles on BBC, ABC, NPR, NBC, Washington Post, and New York Times is the fact that none of them are accusing Bush of being the "Pot calling the kettle black."

The Bush regime lied to the American people, invaded Iraq, murdered tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians, set up a Kangaroo court to execute Saddam, gave billions of tax dollars away to corporate cronies, and somehow Bush and Rice still have the arrogance to accuse another nation of "bullying."

You can add to that the fact that 9/11 was an inside job, and you have hypocrisy of near unimaginable proportions.

We are living in some very dark times with some very very dark times ahead of us.

Please enjoy every moment of your life. Who really knows what lies ahead?

Thursday, August 14, 2008

2 golf stories worth noting:

Colorado assistant pro shoots 15 under:

How did Jay Osmon, an assistant pro at Cattails GC in Alamosa, Colo., shoot a 15-under-par 56 there on Sept. 5? He lipped out a would-be 25-foot eagle putt at 18 for 55.

Yes, Osmon played that well, if not better (he missed a four-foot putt on the third hole), and was almost apologetic for having done so, inasmuch as he was playing from the blue tees, which measure about 6,000 yards.

Still, it was a memorable round for Osmon, 30, who is preparing for the pre-qualifying stage of the PGA Tour Qualifying Tournament on the Greg Norman Course at PGA West in La Quinta, Calif., next week.

"Still now I don't know if it's completely sunk in," Osmon said.
Osmon, who broke his own course record of 62, made five birdies and two eagles on the front nine and shot 26. "It didn't sound right to me," he said. "On the back nine, I wasn't trying to think a whole lot. I knew I was playing well. I just wanted to stay out of my own way."

He holed a 15-foot eagle putt at No. 10 to keep his momentum going, and birdied four of the last eight.
"I fell out of my chair," head pro Bryce Bervig said when he was told of the round. "I thought, 'you guys are just teasing me.' I quit. I'm never playing again. Golf has been tamed.

"The thing with Jay is, he has a lot of shots that some don't have. He has the confidence and the imagination to hit a certain shot five different ways. That's what separates him from others."


Who holds the record for most holes in one?

Norman Manley, of California, holds the record for most hole in ones with 59. FIFTY freakin' NINE holes-in-one!! Manley shot his first hole in one in 1964 and aced four holes in 1979. That's not too bad considering the odds of hitting a hole in one are roughly one in 40,000.

He said he makes the holes-in-one by visualizing the par 3s as if they were just long puts.

Also, for the record, Tiger Woods was six years old when he hit his first hole in one.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Is John Stewart the only true journalist in America?



Good question. I'm glad I posed it.

The reason I'm posing the question is simple. It would seem the real story in America isn't the news. It's the fact that every bastion of journalism in America reports the identical story. It's absurd.

It's so obvious: Fox, NBC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, New York Times, Washington Post, etc., etc. have a coordinated message. They are all reporting what they want the American people to think about. (propogandizing, if you will) They pose the questions they want you to be thinking about. Regardless of how stupid and pointless those questions may be.

The point is, these networks are serving to guide the American people into a particular way of thinking.

Without saying it, they have acknowledged the fact that we Amercians do not have a free and independent press in America.

The free press is infiltrated. End of story.

My advice: If you are looking for truth, don't watch TV.

90% of the journalists on TV have shown that aren't journalists at all. They are actors pretending to be journalists. They are taking assignments from the "higher ups" without questioning, and they are reporting what they are told to report.

That means, if all the networks are sending out a coordinated messages, journalists aren't acting through their hearts, nor are they seeking truth. In effect, if you listen to them and believe them, you're letting yourself become brainwashed by them because not only is the story one that's foisted off on the journalist, but it's also slanted in the particular way the network wants you to receive it.

It's probably a good idea to turn off the TV altogether.

If you don't want to turn it off, at least realize you are watching a concerted propaganda effort or mindless entertainment and just recognize it for what it is. Then, get your news from YouTube or some place like that.

I shot an 83 today!

OK, I've been playing golf since I was 9 years old.

I can probably count on both hands the number of times I've broken 90.

Today, I beat my best score ever by about 5 strokes.

I birdied 2 holes and made 4 pars for a 38 on the back 9, which is by far the best 9 holes I've ever played. That's only 2 over par.

But, it actually started when I pared the last 2 holes on the front 9. So really, thru the last 11 holes I was just 2 over, which means I hit a bunch of really nice shots.

I sank some long puts. I made a few up and downs. I made a few nice recovery shots. I lost it and double bogeyed a hole. I played stronger than I've ever played.

I also could have achieved another long standing goal of 3 birdies in a round because there were at least 3 more puts ranging between 8 and 20 feet that I could have made for birdie, but I just barely missed them. So, the score could have been much lower.

What's more, I really see how I should have broken 80 today. In a weird way, shooting 83 proves I can play much better because I can point to some really simple mistakes. (If you take 38 on the back 38 + 38 = 76 because I now know I can shoot 38 or better)

In another weird way, I also realized how important "believing in yourself" is because I would say the thing that fueled my score was my confidence. If I had been just a little bit more relaxed and confident, I could have focused just a little more intently, which would have translated in about 5 birdies.

But, knowing that I can shoot 83 makes me very happy. It means I'm starting to understand something about the game of golf. I've been able to take all the little things that I've learned over the years and piece them together to create a round of golf that I'm proud of.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

The Tibetan School of Medicine and Astrology

I find it interesting that in Tibet, if you wanted to be a doctor, you must also learn astrology.

Is it that, through astrology, a person realizes their relationship with the universe in the broadest possible perspective, therefore one realizes the interconnectivety of one's own actions in life as it relates to one's overall health?

as•trol•o•gy |astraleje| noun

the study of the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies interpreted as having an influence on human affairs and the natural world.

-From Websters: Ancient observers of the heavens developed elaborate systems of explanation based on the movements of the sun, moon, and planets through the constellations of the zodiac, for predicting events and for casting horoscopes. By 1700 astrology had lost intelletual credibility in the West, but continued to have popular appeal. Modern astrology is based on that of the Greeks, but other systems are extant, notably those of China and India.

in•al•ien•a•ble |in'aleinebel| adjective

unable to be taken away from or given away by the possessor: Freedom of speech is the most important of all inalienable human rights.

Monday, August 11, 2008

Rushmore Handjob Montage



Oddly enough, Rushmore is in my top 5 all time favorite movies.

Coldplay "Viva La Vida"



Coldplay has done it again.

And, of course, I can't throw up a Coldplay video without putting up my favorite Coldplay song... And, yes, I realize I've gone a little too far with the video posts. So, I'll stop DJing my blog.

Death Cab "I Will Possess Your Heart" & "Transatlanticism"

Let me preface this by saying Death Cab isn't even in my top 10 favorite bands. Frankly, I don't even know why I'm posting this, but here ya go anyway.



Over 4 minute intro, but it's their song. They can do whatever they want with it.

Transatlanticism is another one, which isn't too bad.

Postal Service "Nothing Better" & "Against All Odds" &





I'm not super jazzed about these 2, but what the hell. Here's Ben Folds covering "Such Great Heights" as an added treat. I don't care what anyone says, Ben Folds kicks ass.

Silversun Pickups "Lazy Eye"

Show me someone, who doesn't like this song, and I'll show you a douche bag.



Lyrics to Lazy Eye : I've been waiting
i've been waiting for this moment all my life
but it's not quite right

and this 'real'
it's impossible if possible
at who's blind word
so clear but so unheard

i've been waiting
i've been waiting for this silence all night long
it's just a matter of time

to appear sad
with the same 'ol decent lazy eye
fixed to rest on you
aim free and so untrue

everyone's so intimately rearranged
everyone can focus clearly with such shine

everyone's so intimately rearranged
everyone can focus clearly with such shine

lost and loaded
still the same 'ol decent lazy eye
straight through your gaze
that's why i said i relate
i said we relate
it's so fun to relate

it's the room the sun and the sky
it's the room the sun and the sky

i've been waiting
i've been waiting for this moment...

(great song)

Frou Frou "Let Go" & "Breathe In"

An oldie, but a goodie.



And this one...

The Dandy Warhols "Bohemian Like You" & "We used to be friends"

For the record, this song fuggin rocks.



v v And this one es mucho especial v v

Talking Heads "This must be the place"

I'm playing DJ. I love this song.



Home is where I want to be
Pick me up and turn me round
I feel numb - burn with a weak heart
(So I) guess I must be having fun
The less we say about it the better
Make it up as we go along
Feet on the ground
Head in the sky
It's ok I know nothing's wrong . . nothing

Hi yo I got plenty of time
Hi yo you got light in your eyes
And you're standing here beside me
I love the passing of time
Never for money
Always for love
Cover up + say goodnight . . . say goodnight

Home - is where I want to be
But I guess I'm already there
I come home - -she lifted up her wings
Guess that this must be the place
I can't tell one from another
Did I find you, or you find me?
There was a time Before we were born
If someone asks, this where I'll be . . . where I'll be

Hi yo We drift in and out
Hi yo sing into my mouth
Out of all tose kinds of people
You got a face with a view
I'm just an animal looking for a home
Share the same space for a minute or two
And you love me till my heart stops
Love me till I'm dead
Eyes that light up, eyes look through you
Cover up the blank spots
Hit me on the head Ah ooh

Lily Allen "Smile"



Lily is awesome.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

The Kooks "Shine On" & "Naive"



Lovely song as well as this one...



I'm liken this band a lot.

I'll say this about The Kooks. Every so often a group of really talented musicians gets together. And then, they put together some songs, which actually have good lyrics. Such a band is The Kooks.

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Cheney gives a stand down order on 9/11



Cheney ought to be convicted of Treason.

Dennis Kucinich Is An American Hero.



The major reason the Democrats won so many seats in the last election was because they were going to put an end to the War in Iraq.

Well, they haven't, and it's a travesty.

It should be noted, many of our politicians in Washington (both Democrats and Republicans) are members of the Council on Foreign Relations. (CFR) They explain away their affiliation with this organization as if it's just "a club," which is a bunch of hooey.

CFR may just be "a club," but it is a club where both parties go to coordinate their message to the American people. It goes against the principles of a free republic. You might even say it's treasonous.

You can't say we're living in a free society, if our politicians (both democrats and republicans) are scheming together at a "club."

This should make you mad as hell.

You should support Dennis Kucinich in his attempt to impeach Bush.

There's more than enough evidence out there to convict him and Cheney of Treason. They are murderers.

Nancy Pelosi, the Speaker of the House, isn't supporting the impeachment. Why? "Because it is too divisive..."

Here are her statements regarding impeachment when she was on The View.



Maybe, it's time she was fired. Maybe, it's time someone with a backbone was put in as Speaker of the House.

Oh and by the way, Nancy is a member of CFR.

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Pluto, Planet X, and Haley's comet

Haley's comet completes its orbit every 75 years.

Pluto completes its orbit every 248 years.

How long does it take Planet X?

Supposedly, it takes Planet X about 3,500 years.

Oh, you haven't heard about Planet X.

Not surprising.

You haven't heard there's large object headed in our general direction coming from the south, and it's not actually a planet, but something called a brown dwarf star. (whatever that is) It was 1st spotted in 1983.

Currently, it's only visible from the South Pole, but starting in about 2010, it will be visible from North America. It's about 4 times bigger than the earth, and it's getting closer.

By 2012, it will be a big ball in our sky. (Not as big as our moon, but big enough.)

Could this object be related to doomsday biblical stories such as Noah's Arc or something of the sort? Could be. The current melting of everything would indicate that something unusual is happening, and I'm less inclined to believe in an Al Gore fairy tale than I am an astrological event. Something massive could happen in our solar system.

Why not?

Shit happens.

It would be an incredible stroke of coincidence, if something like a planet that's in a funky orbit comes nearby in our lifetime. Oh, and by the way, it's a HUGE event that only happens every 3,500 years and totally screws everything up.

3,500 years isn't a very long time in the grand scheme of things, it's a drop in the bucket. But, to mankind, think about how much history there's been over the last 3,500 years. (practically everything that's ever been recorded.)

So, in the bible there's a story of a flood. Granted, there are mythical, astrological, and historical events in the Bible. Who's to say which is which?

Perhaps, the story of Noah was actually part an astrological event, and the part about the passing of the planet was omitted from the Bible. (Yes, important stuff has been deleted from the Bible, and this could be one of those things.) Or, maybe, Noah just wasn't smart enough, and he couldn't really put 2 and 2 together and figure out that the thing that caused the flood was that extra orb in the sky, but he just a strong sixth sense that waters were rising and they are going to keep rising.

Perhaps, a long long time ago a planet that sort of behaves like a comet comes through our solar system, and it causes planets to wobble and unusual solar activity.

You might think a planet wobbling is no big woop, but the truth of the matter is, even something slightly unnatural happening to the earth's orbit or gravitational field could cause something cataclysmic--something like the polar ice caps melting, earthquakes, tsunamis, hurricanes. Notice any of these things happening lately?

Maybe these events are omens. Maybe, nature is giving the world a wake up call.

Mother Nature is saying, "Hey douche bag! Remember me? I can rain on your parade--not metaphorically, but literally.

You know, I once heard a line in a movie, and it goes like this, "Would you like to know how to make God laugh? Tell him your plans."

No truer words have ever been spoken.

To me, people are delusional, if they're not aware of how often things go awry around them. So often, someone socks away a few million bucks, and they think they're king of the world, and they forget completely about how it's beautiful miracle when things go exactly according to how we want things to go.

Think about that.

Surely, we all think very highly of ourselves. In many ways, we think we're invincible. We're acting as if we're god because we're good at creating the illusion of control. When the truth of the matter is, we are all just going for a ride around the sun on this great big beautiful green and blue ball.

And, sometimes shit happens.

If there's any merit to this story, and a great flood happens, people will just have to move to higher ground.

Probably, in Noah's day, a planetary event would catch a lot of people off guard, and a lot of people "ate it" as they say. Some people, who spent millions on Manhattan apartments, aren't going to be very happy about their condo being under water. Oh well. Perhaps, Manhattan will turn into America's Venice. That actually sounds pretty kick ass.

Moreover, If this hypothesis isn't a total load of crap, the doomsdayers would absolutely love it. In fact, they'd be overjoyed. They'd feel complete vindication for being so freakin pessimistic about everything.

The thought leads me to the question, would I be one of the lucky bastards who'd survive? I mean, after all, I survived Y2K without a scratch. If I could survive that, I could survive anything. Most likely, though, this is just another lame hoax like Y2K.

Nevertheless, this story has made it onto my proverbial radar. It will be interesting, if mainstream media picks up this story. It seems like it's the kind of story that they'd fall in love with. It's jammed packed with apocolyptic (if that's even a word) death and misery.

Oh yeah, and one more thing, the Mayan calender ends in 2012.

YouTube has several videos up, which delve into this much deeper. When I get around to it, I'll post some, or you could just go check out YouTube.

It will make you think.

Friday, August 01, 2008

My ultimate goal with this blog

Obviously, I have a little bit of a passion for communicating.

Only, as far as getting noticed, that's another story. I sort of missed the gravey train in terms of having my blog go anywhere near notoriety. Possibly, I'm not that great of a writer. I can accept that. I can also accept that I'm slightly naive in my world views, which isn't exactly a point of attraction. I can also accept that other writers have been blogging for a lot longer than me, and that I'm a day late and a dollar short.

So, from those perspectives, this blog is a futile endeavor, but I don't care.

This little blog gives me a little happiness. That's all I want.

I'm figuring it all out, and I'm hear to share what I've figured out with others.

Everyone is a genius in their own way. It's a matter of being a genius in whatever endeavor you choose to be a genius in.

I don't broadcast to everyone that I write a blog because what do I write about? Everything? Is there a point where I actually reach a point? I don't know.

I've invented things. I've improved designs. I'm not afraid to say what I see. I have a dream for the future. I've done all these things in mind, and I write about it here. It's all in this blog. What else do I need to be a good writer?

There are a lot of hacks out there claiming to know what the hell they're talking about. At least, with me, when I don't know something, I'll admit it. When I've been stupid, I can admit. I can admit it because I'm not getting paid for this.