Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Ron Paul "The Federal Reserve Is Responsible For The Inflation, The Business Cycle,

"You show up late to one of my musters again, and I'll break it off in your ass!" ~Major Mosier

This was one thing I remember from the Navy.

Major Mosier said this to me once when I strolled up to a muster one morning 15 seconds late.

I stepped right up to the front row and popped to attention.

He walked up to me to about 15 inches from my face and yelled, "You show up late to one of my musters again, and I'll break it off in your ass!"

This was in front of about 200 people.

At the time, I was a little frightened. I'll admit as much. But I guarantee you I was laughing about it within 15 minutes.

I was also chewing gum at the time, which adds another layer to this story. I don't feel like getting into it right now, but I will quote this:

"I had seen nothing sacred,
and the things that were glorious
had no glory
and the sacrafices
were like the stockyards at
if nothing was done with the meat
except to bury it."

~Ernest Hemmingway,
A Farewell to Arms

Charlie Don't Surf!!

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Thoughts about electric cars

I saw a new commercial for the 100% electric Nissan Leaf

I noticed the leaf doesn't have solar panels on the roof, yet.

I also noticed the new versions of the Toyota Prius does.

Where is this headed?

Friday, January 21, 2011

Now would be a great time for political pundits to talk about the kind of Healthcare Congresswoman Giffords has!

One thing I've noticed since the shooting is the fact that Congresswoman Giffords has been receiving round-the-clock-care from a team of doctors taking every single measure known to man to ensure the Congresswoman has the best possible chance to make the best possible recovery she could possibly make.

How many of you (Americans) could say the same thing would happen to you?

Let's think about this.

If you pay your taxes, you are, in essence, serving the same government she serves. However, she gets the very best, and if you don't, that's too bad.

Somewhere, there's a disconnect. It's kind of a Jedi Mind Trick that's playing on America's conscience.

There's Class-ism. She's part of the "elite." Therefore, she gets the best with Our tax dollars (we pay her salary), but there are some millions upons millions of Americans, who don't "deserve" the best.

Who decided this?

Someone made this decision, and I know who.

I read the book "None Dare Call It Conspiracy" back in 1997. It's out of print, but there other books and documentaries equally educational, such as the book: "The Creature from Jeckle Island" and the documentary: "America: From Freedom to Fascism"

They all say about the same thing: America was overthrown by bankers around 1913, and they instituted the Federal Reserve and the IRS. These 2 institutions completely control America's economy. And, the bankers decided a long time ago, who deserves the very best Healthcare, and how many trillions upon trillions upon trillions are needed to spend on National Defense in lieu of Healthcare.

Before and in addition to that, the mid to late 1800's saw the rise of Crony Corporate Capitalism, which is the American Military Industrial Complex. If you want to learn how Corporations gained power, watch the documentary: "The Corporation"

The American Military Industrial Complex was born during the Civil War and has gathered strength to this very day.

Thusly, American society is brimming with inequities by design!

If one were going to fix the problems then one would need to make a few changes to the Constitution.

Someone has actually taken to the time write about what those changes in a little book called: "The New Bill of Rights"

Personally, I could go into a few things upsetting me about the aforementioned information.

Thursday, January 20, 2011

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Eyes open, ears up

The world we live in is one where the primary daily pursuit is going to be trying to outsmart everyone until you have.

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Frontline on PBS asks "Are We Safer?"

I got to admit this video creeps me out.

Who's the voiceover guy for PBS?

There's no end to where the government wants to push the envelope.

I've gone from gushing how much I love PBS programs to seeing that PBS is just another arm of the government's propaganda machine. Slowly, incrementally, freedom is fading away.

Piece by piece is introduced over the television, and we're not supposed to get upset, complain, or do anything.

It makes me feel like a cow in a feeding pen scheduled to be "processed."

Sunday, January 16, 2011

The National Debt passed $14 trillion with hardly a complaint on Mainstream Media

I think I wrote about the reason why in my lost post, but I think it's worth noting here that politicians really don't seem to care.

In fact, I was reading where Timothy Geitner was saying that not raising the debt ceiling to something like $15 trillion immediately will have disastrous consequences.

Think of the kids turning 18 and entering the workforce strapped with $100,000 of government debt. I can't imagine any parent would consent to saddling a child with debt like that, yet it's happening and getting worse.

Whose country is it?

Monday, January 10, 2011

The weekend's shooting of a U.S. Representative

The media machinery is swarming around this story about this Jared Loughner shooting Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords.

Considering this tidal wave of coverage, how many Predator Drones have bombed and killed innocent civilians this year in Pakistan...not Afghanistan? How much time did the media spend on talking about those innocent victims? How many family members of the hundreds of people, who lost their lives, were interviewed?

I'll answer both questions: it could have been 1,000 and you would never know because the media doesn't cover it, and as far as family interviews go-NONE.

We are supposedly at war here in America. But MSM doesn't focus on that.

Trillions spent halfway around the world and hundreds of lives being lost on a monthly basis, but they would rather focus on the today's latest hot topic-crazy people, and how new ways to keep the people in line are needed.

I guarantee you this--you will hear about tougher gun legislation.

Then, the next measure will be cracking down on blogs like mine. ...because by exposing hypocrisy of the U.S. Government/Media, someone might get incited. Ridiculous.

I don't really believe we have a government anymore, nor do we really have a media. We have a Governmedia controlled by handful of insiders, and it is fairly predictable.

We also have a president, who may or may not have been born in the United States, but we'll never know because the birth certificate will never be shown. Neither will his college records, or anything that shows where he's born because we're just supposed to trust the governmedia because they always let us know how we're supposed to feel and what we're supposed to thinking about EVERYTHING.

And right now, were supposed to be really really sad about this shooting. Though tragic and sad, So sad, it's not nearly sad enough to let Congress pass legislation giving the governmedia the power to shut down websites, spy, and stop guns from being sold.

I don't really know why people are letting this Democrat/Republican charade continue.

But, I do know that pretty much everything I hear from these people on my TV these days gives me a creepy uneasy feeling.

The system is compromised, and the people who want to take America down the path towards a control state have a lot of power.

Despite that, I think we as a nation need to find a way to restore truth.

Not sure what I'm talking about?

watch: 9/11 In Plane Site
watch: 9/11 Coincidences
read: None Dare Call It Conspiracy
read: The Creature from Jeckle Island name a few.

I think the problem we are facing as a society is the fact that the population of America is continuously bombarded with Lie after Lie. This creates an inability to know what to think and believe about anything. Thusly, people have turned into zombies, and some lose their minds and kill people, but instead of fixing the factors destabilizing our society, Congress compounds the problems with oppressive legislation.

I don't know what's going to stop things from going the way they're going.

I do know that the current teleprompter regime in office is not inspiring anyone.

Saturday, January 08, 2011

Beefs with iphone.

As far as devices go, I'm still enjoying my iphone.

I bought the 2g iphone about 3 months after the iphone came out. You can also go back to when I first heard about the iphone, and I think I was blogging about the impact this device was going to have on Apple's stock.

Anyway, my iphone is fairly obsolete at this point. Plus, because their software is so rigid, it won't even allow me to upload a ringtone. This doesn't make sense to me. They could upgrade the software, but they don't because they want me to ditch my plan and move into something more expensive.

They want me get locked in for another 2 years with a new device. This is fucking stupid. If they just upgraded my phone's software, I would keep my phone for another 2 years anyway!

I also can't even buy accessories for it anymore.

If I want to upgrade to a new phone, it's going to cost more money...much more. Dumb!

...what they are doing is practicing planned obsolescence, which is unnecessary.

I just heard Verizon is getting the iphone. So, instead of a monopoly, AT&T and Verizon will have their oligopoly, which is basically the same as a monopoly.

Don't expect them to "compete" over prices--prices stay about the same. It's more about control and keep profits for the few.

They could be opening up the iphone to t-mobile and sprint, but they're not, and they won't. The government allows monopolistic (oligopolistic) practices and this is not right. This is not capitalism. It is not free market. It is one company (Apple) practicing monopolistic planned obsolescence.

Wednesday, January 05, 2011

The American Dream

I could sit here for 3-hours trying explain the mother-of-all-conspiracies to you, or you could simply watch this 30-minute video.

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Rand and Ron Paul interviewed by Anderson Cooper

Elementary, my dear Watson.

Most folks didn't pay much attention to Tom Watson's second place finish in the British Open a few years ago.

I was watching it. Tom Watson coming to within one putt of winning the British Open at the age of 59 was one the greatest feats of golf in the history of golf.

I think I learned a few things about golf while I was watching, which translated into results on the golf course. I started mimicking his setup and really started focusing on hitting a draw.

I watched him hit a few approaches, and I spent a few hours on the driving range trying to "perfect" what I saw.

In golf, you are always trying to "perfect" what you already have. That's the brutal truth of golf: if you "suck" at golf, you are striving to improve your "suckiness."

Sure there are moments of greatness along the way, but those moments are usually followed by moments of extreme humility. extreme humility, I really do mean extreme humility.

That's part of the beauty of golf. It teaches humility constantly. Everyone has perfect shots in them, but they have to actually learn, practice, and play to find them.

The other part that's beautiful about golf is the fact that you get to keep playing on some level till the day you die.

This is why I say I'd love to still be playing golf when I'm 80.


Saturday, January 01, 2011

There are hundreds of underwater cities in the Mediterranean.

There was a culture in the Mediterranean, it was called Atlantis. There are over 200 underwater cities in the Mediterranean. These cities were created at the end of the Ice Age.

At one point, Europe, North America, and Russia were buried under a mile thick sheet of ice. For whatever reason it melted and it took a long time. Then world's oceans ended up rising about 100 feet.

One of the really big underwater cities is near Carthage. The type of architecture the ancient people used was called Cyclopean. It the kind of building where they used enormous form fitted stones to make buildings without mortar.

Who gives a shit, right?