Monday, May 01, 2006

Posting or Postposting

I usually post the web way, but few times I have been rushed and posted using the e-mail route. Seems some negative flow from msn to a google site, nah I am just being over suspicious, well on third thought maybe not sense I read in the headlines that google has a launched a complaint about microsoft. The damn silly games we have to deal with. A good friend of mine has done away with internet, told me it has just kept her spirit weighted down so reading nothing but negative. She has not lost her fighting spirit because she goes out doors every day and uses the energy and time to adorn her own heaven, and it is heaven, and she has adorned it so the full (about) four acres with a creek, roaring creek. Good decision.

This also being the reason I may not be here soon, it is about time to put the tomatoes out :) Time still is so short some days I haven't time to read past the headlines, but I would feel out of touch if I didn't get at least that each day. Like my vita-knowing to find a cave to hide away in (already done that) or just let the day set the coarse and bide the time, it is what you do with your time that counts not what you say should be done.

Tomatoes, and Thyme go good with oregano, Basil and Garlic on most anything. Good for your prostrate.

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/042806Y.shtml
Sent: Friday, April 28, 2006 10:28 PM
Subject: BREAKING Jason Leopold: Fitzgerald to Seek Indictment of Rove

BREAKING Jason Leopold: Fitzgerald to Seek Indictment of Rove
Despite vehement denials by his attorney who said this week that Karl Rove is neither a "target" nor in danger of being indicted in the CIA leak case, the special counsel leading the investigation has already written up charges against Rove, and a grand jury is expected to vote on whether to indict the Deputy White House Chief of Staff sometime next week, sources knowledgeable about the probe said Friday afternoon.

Somehow the white house has gotten a week delay on the indictments, humm.

VIDEO Dennis Banks: Sacred RunA Film by Rebecca MacNeice http://www.truthout.org/multimedia.htm Dennis Banks, co-founder of American Indian Movement, organized the first Sacred Run across the country 28 years ago. The run is a staggered event that covers the country by foot between February 11 and April 22, ending in Washington, DC, on Earth Day. This year's closing ceremony was held at the Lincoln Memorial. Along the way, the core group of runners was joined intermittently by other walkers and runners. Banks has always been accompanied by Buddhist monks from the Nipponzan Myohoji sect.


Wonder
love provides the strength to read and not get frantic, fanatic or out of focus, yes it does. But who will provide an answer to the plum of Nuclear waste water migrating towards the Pacific Ocean from that Betchel plunder? I bet the Energy Department just loves the anti-war protest, all the department of Homeland Scrutiny, all the stuff making you feel bad, feel really bad about being American while they, "THEY" are letting the world become a nuclear waste land. Where you at J....B...el, and all the Nuclear activist have been carted off to torture camps, ran out the country under torment and fear, for a reason. SHHHHHushed up they have been. Links later tonight, I have polk to eat now while it is hot and oh so good, for me.

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