Friday, April 28, 2006

NEIL YOUNG Living With War

ten tracks
listen free
like he said it isn't about money
and that impresses even me

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Bush Says He Tried to Avoid War 'To The Max,' Explains How God Shapes His Foreign Policy

"It's not easy work, by the way, to go from tyranny to democracy. We had kind of a round go ourselves, if you look back at our history. My Secretary of State's relatives were enslaved in the United States even though we had a Constitution that said all were -- that believed in the dignity, or at least proclaimed to believe in the dignity of all. The Articles of Confederation wasn't exactly a real smooth start for our government to begin. And what you're watching on your TV screens is a new democracy emerging."

Don't waste any wonder time on making sense of this statement, there is no sense to be made other than he is a babbling fool who wasn't prepared obviously. Proof they have abandoned the ear piece idea sense it was busted, just wish they would abandon all the other bright ideas they have come up with, starting with Operation Iraqi Liberation.

Statement of defense.... I feel bad about hating such a dumb shit, but not for long it is over now.

?Why stop at FEMA? What they are planning or preparing us for. Warmongers are doing the planning for flu pandemic.

Thanks to Citizens for a Legitimate Government

Wonder ... more

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Wednesday, April 26, 2006


I am posting here more because I won't work in my wood shop taking pain meds. Might be why I can not sleep, I can not stand the nausea that comes with the meds so no longer taking them. Also pain is bearable now and no longer needed. Normally pain I tolerate very well without medication, but maybe it is age or maybe just the times and my state of mind.

Waking me up about now, reminding me that this is not my diary would be a good thing a good friend would do right now, or an ex screaming shut the hell up. I can't no longer. I have to admit things.

I hate G.W. Bush too, and I hate to hate anyone or anything, but he made me do it. It is his actions, decisions, people, associates, policy, morals yes morals or lack of, and almost everyone that agrees or voted for him, I think I hate all about it, him and these times. No more wondering on this people, I do hate something now. I do admit to that.

You see, I really do not give a big fat rats ass what you might think of me. Before tonight, I did. I wanted you to see an atheist with some morals, some churching, and lots of love. Well the mutter ruckers, all of em, can all go take all that is left of our pride, profits, morals, laws, and more laws, character, justice, international respect, self respect, education, health care, environment, humanity, empathy, on and on endless day after day while night after night war, death, crime, rape, torture, covert ops, black ops, corporate crimes go on and on ON the flip side of this common rock we share [fight over]. It has made me sick.

Yeah analyze, anal-izer-size, analyze .... Then try to figure out how the hell to enjoy such a day as these days. And the sorry low life carpet baggers sons of such, are still there, doing the same ol bullshit of pulling the woo-wool over your dumb shit ass' eyes and you wonder why the fuck you can't afford whatever. Well, I am going to Peru live or die, yep alive or dead in a vase is where I will be, Peru, Machu Pichu (do I have too, ok, sp again or not).

aybe I should start a blog diary, I have one paper and bound similar to a book written in pen so it needs editing. I will post any disagreeing comments on this or any post I have here, just none about spelling or grammar I know people read words by the shapes mostly, and who knows besides you how to spell, best.

My mind does not work well under the pressures of hate, I do not rant well like the leftwing goddess' and gods, I do not deal with hate it is my creed and when it comes from within it is a battle to keep it well, in control, but I do.

Chris calls me up last night, ask if I have finished the 'Dick Chaney trophy Texas Lawyer Gun Cabinet' yet. I laugh, clear my throat and ask him if he knows what tf I have been through the past week. He wants to be biggest barker to sell it, I told him I might just auction it off to be sent to Mr Dick as just that, a trophy and a statement that I hoped this is all he will ever get out of being vise prez-o-matic-puppet master shotgun slinging errrgh I hate to cuss and fuse. How the hell can any empathetic fool these days talk about life these days with any enjoyment. I guess it began way back when, and it did. The dumbing down of America's biggest resource, it's minds.

Being mean no more, it is over, got something for you to get over it too, the anger, the hate, and the guilt. You got a read this, better than the latenight comedians really this stuff is rolling laughing material to be shared. Like sharing a smile, a simple small response, in thanks for such a damn good laugh. Seriously, I read about the South Carolina bill being up for consideration two days ago I think, I thought to myself what a prime obvious member of the elite chosen to hold government office not by you but by the people behind him, 'the family'. Along with myself these , these , and many more people feel our govie loveless :) loveless govie peeps were complacent or behind 911. Yes America your terrorist is the very people you respect so much for their morals, the very people you trust with your dollar, taxed.

good great day to all take care but rant and raise some sound, dust, voice, get mean really mean cause you haven't a clue how mean they really really are.


moma told me not to go

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Tuesday, April 25, 2006

Defiance in the Land of the Free

"We were taught the Earth is like our mother, and we have to take care of our mother because she gives us life. The Earth, the air, the water and the sun are all sacred to us and they are being destroyed, polluted and contaminated. For us, this is like spiritual genocide."  Carrie Dann, a diminutive Western Shoshone grandmother
Defiance in the Land of the Free
    By Nicola Graydon
    The Sunday Times Magazine UK  original

    Sunday 23 April 2006

A Native American woman is at war with the US. For 30 years she's been fighting to keep her ancestral land - and now the United Nations is on her side.
Wonder if it will do her, them, us any good to start to believe in karma. I do believe in a collective consciences and how powerful that can be, just look at Christianity today, and yesterday. Society collectively sharing the same ideology will make something seem more true. Karma is a natural type of justice, maybe I should believe in Karma, or maybe I might just find me a school to teach me law so I might go down with the few others fighting for this injustice for generations, and generations into tomorrow. Not only the western Shoshone suffer so do every other tiny voice with a cause, a justifiable reason, is just to live verses the oppressors reasons of profit.

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Sunday, April 23, 2006

Bill Moyers | A Time for Heresy

Bill Moyers his remarks delivered on March 14

© 2004 ( Project of The Institute for America's Future )

If you read anything today, read this article, or save it for another day, just read it. It links to 'The Family' Abraham Vereide founder. Something to wonder about while you witness the Divine Guidance.

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Some say little too little, little too late. I say it is never too late.

Abraham Lincoln once said, "I do good and I feel good. I do bad and I feel bad, and that is my religion." As a Christian, I was taught at an early age that the single most important departure in Christianity from the Judeo-Christian tradition as a whole was embodied in the simple teaching -- God is Love ~Gore at the Human Rights Campaign Gala on March 25, 2006

Discussed:: @ many places seems to be the buzz that irates those, those godwacked. :)

Teilhard de Chardin, one of the greatest theologians of the 20th century, wrote this: "There is almost a sensual longing for communion with others who have a large vision. The immense fulfillment of a friendship between those engaged in furthering the evolution of consciousness has a quality impossible to describe."


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Saturday, April 22, 2006

Deltoid: The Climate Scientists Strike Back has forwarded you an article from :

Put this in your oxygen tank and breath it, switch and bait on petitions. Scienctist speaking out, are they heard? You gota ask who is listening? Wonder

The Climate Scientists Strike Back

Remember the letter from the 60 scientists denying that "climate change is real" meant anything? Now 90 scientists have written another letter stating:

  • There is increasingly unambiguous evidence of changing climate in Canada and around the world.
  • There will be increasing impacts of climate change on Canada's natural ecosystems and on our socio-economic activities.
  • Advances in climate science since the 2001 IPCC Assessment have provided more evidence supporting the need for action and development of a strategy for adaptation to projected changes.

Continue reading "The Climate Scientists Strike Back"

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Friday, April 21, 2006

Prominent U.S. Physicists Send Warning Letter to President Bush

Prominent U.S. Physicists Send Warning Letter to President Bush

By Newswise

04/18/06 Newswise

Thirteen of the nation’s most prominent physicists have written /*a letter to President Bush, calling U.S. plans to reportedly use nuclear weapons against Iran “gravely irresponsible� and warning that such action would have “disastrous consequences for the security of the United States and the world.�

The physicists include five Nobel laureates, a recipient of the National Medal of Science and three past presidents of the American Physical Society, the nation’s preeminent professional society for physicists.

Their letter was prompted by recent articles in the Washington Post, New Yorker and other publications that one of the options being considered by Pentagon planners and the White House in a military confrontation with Iran includes the use of nuclear bunker busters against underground facilities. These reports were neither confirmed nor denied by White House and Pentagon officials.

The letter was initiated by Jorge Hirsch, a professor of physics at the University of California, San Diego, who last fall put together a petition signed by more than 1,800 physicists that repudiated new U.S. nuclear weapons policies that include preemptive use of nuclear weapons against non-nuclear adversaries ( Hirsch has also published 15 articles in recent months ( documenting the dangers associated with a potential U.S. nuclear strike on Iran.

“We are members of the profession that brought nuclear weapons into existence, and we feel strongly that it is our professional duty to contribute our efforts to prevent their misuse,� says Hirsch. "Physicists know best about the devastating effects of the weapons they created, and these eminent physicists speak for thousands of our colleagues.�

“The fact that the existence of this plan has not been denied by the Administration should be a cause of great alarm, even if it is only one of several plans being considered,� he adds. “The public should join these eminent scientists in demanding that the Administration publicly renounces such a misbegotten option against a non-nuclear country like Iran.�

The letter, which is available at, points out that “nuclear weapons are unique among weapons of mass destruction,� and that nuclear weapons in today's arsenals have a total power of more than 200,000 times the explosive energy of the bomb that leveled Hiroshima, which caused the deaths of more than 100,000 people.

It notes that there are no sharp lines between small and large nuclear weapons, nor between nuclear weapons targeting facilities and those targeting armies or cities, and that the use by the United States of nuclear weapons after 60 years of non-use will make the use of nuclear weapons by others more likely.

“Once the U.S. uses a nuclear weapon again, it will heighten the probability that others will too,� the physicists write. “In a world with many more nuclear nations and no longer a ‘taboo’ against the use of nuclear weapons, there will be a greatly enhanced risk that regional conflicts could expand into global nuclear war, with the potential to destroy our civilization.�

The letter echoes the main objection of last fall’s physicists’ petition, stressing that the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty will be irreversibly damaged by the use or even the threat of use of nuclear weapons by a nuclear nation against a non-nuclear one, with disastrous consequences for the security of the United States and the world.

“It is gravely irresponsible for the U.S. as the greatest superpower to consider courses of action that could eventually lead to the widespread destruction of life on the planet. We urge the administration to announce publicly that it is taking the nuclear option off the table in the case of all non-nuclear adversaries, present or future, and we urge the American people to make their voices heard on this matter.�

The 13 physicists who coauthored the letter are: Philip Anderson, professor of physics at Princeton University and Nobel Laureate in Physics; Michael Fisher, professor of physics at the Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland and Wolf Laureate in Physics; David Gross, professor of theoretical physics and director of the Kavli Institute of Physics at the University of California, Santa Barbara and Nobel Laureate in Physics; Jorge Hirsch, professor of physics at the University of California, San Diego; Leo Kadanoff, professor of physics and mathematics at the University of Chicago and recipient of the National Medal of Science; Joel Lebowitz, professor of mathematics and physics, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and Boltzmann Medalist; Anthony Leggett, professor of physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and Nobel Laureate, Physics; Eugen Merzbacher, professor of physics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and former president, American Physical Society; Douglas Osheroff, professor of physics and applied physics, Stanford University and Nobel Laureate, Physics; Andrew Sessler, former director of Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory and former president, American Physical Society; George Trilling, professor of physics, University of California, Berkeley, and former president, American Physical Society; Frank Wilczek, professor of physics, MIT and Nobel Laureate, Physics; Edward Witten, professor of physics, Institute for Advanced Study and Fields Medalist.

The physicists are sending copies of their letter to their elected representatives, requesting that the issue be urgently addressed in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives.

12:13 pm April 21st 2006

Today, April 23rd I read about *pause* a demo of sorts, explosive type, one 700 ton heavy dose of fear.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Meet the Press Easter Sunday

Erie Benedictine Sr. Joan Chittister was a panel member on the special Easter Sunday edition of NBC television’s “Meet the Press� public affairs program. The program aired Sunday, April 16 at 10 a.m. (eastern time). The “Meet the Press� Web site,, carries a written transcript of the program.

Best show I have seen in a very long time, good Easter Sunday even without the sand and waves.

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Friday, April 14, 2006

I told you so

I did

Text proves Jesus was a martyr, we knew that. Self intended we didn’t. It goes on still today. Not selflessly as he did, but taking others taking innocents is wrong.

In these days and times, the single martyr isn’t heard. Another Jesus would pass away with the morning news enters evening.

The Oil Wars use martyrism as an excuse for the war on terrorism. Taking more innocence with every drive you take down the road, it is Oil Wars after all is said and done there is no other truth that has stood so long.

Greed Oil =Death for too many to be worth one drop of one person pushing this on, towing the line, or sitting quietly by even.

We are feeding this with our own national lively hood, paying dearly and the dearest paying the ultimate price with their lives, for the believers are innocent as well.

For every person who holds in their heart the belief that god controls Bush’s hand over the nuclear button, and will do the ‘right’ thing no matter what not one drop of innocents is worth your myth.

Most fables of the bible taught me not to put too much faith in your faith. Do not use your faith to harm others, respect of life till a natural end. The powerful messages talked of love, in all sorts. To believe in love is to live with love. In every way of your life.

Good Friday think about it


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Wednesday, April 12, 2006

Para-NOID .... PEnTAgon ....

Your tax dollars hard at work making sure you are safe

From What I Wonder

for L
I had hoped to be there for this, but I am not there or a citizen of Colorado. I would had been doing something about the criminal discrimination taking place there. Hateful stuff this is. Why can they not find some way to accept who people who they are in their book of morals, I did. Accept who they love and accept that love for what it really is, and it is. A love kept in a nest called home, loved and charished between two people who really do love each other and that is a family. All we want is just a little human dignity, can you guys give them just that much, a little dignity.

Live and let Love

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Tuesday, April 11, 2006

A Brief History of Undocumented Immigration

Was your grandfather an honored veteran of the Revolutionary or Civil Wars? Did your grandmother break bread at the first Thanksgiving? Were your ancesters Swedish, French, Dutch, English, or Spanish? Are you descended from African slaves? Not only are we a nation of immigrants - we are almost entirely a nation of undocumented immigrants. If your family came to America before 1891, your right to be here is due to the hardships and sacrifices of undocumented immigrants. While Ellis Island opened in 1892, the first real immigration visas were not issued until 1917. -- S.

15,000 B.C.E. Undocumented Asians immigrate to Alaska

1519 Undocumeted Spanish immigrants view Texas coast

1565 Undocumented Spanish immigrants with undocumented
African slaves arrive in South Carolina.

1565 Undocumented Spanish immigrants with undocumented
African slaves arrive in St. Augustine, Florida

1619 Undocumented African slaves sold to undocumented
English settlers in Jamestown, VA.

1620 Undocumented English 'Pilgrims' arrive in Massachusetts

1624 Undocumented Flemish Walloon families arrive in
New York and Connecticut.

1626 Undocumented Dutch immigrants arrive in New York

1639 Undocumented German, Swedish, and Finnish immigrants
arrive in New York.

1638 Undocumented Swedish immigrants land in Delaware

1654 Undocumented Jewish immigrants land in New York.

1655 Undocumented Dutch, Swedish, and German Immigrants demand
that undocumented Jewish immigrants be expelled from
New York. Agreement is made to segregate the Jewish

1682 Undocumented French immigrants arrive in Louisiana

1716 Undocumented Spanish immigrants arrive in Texas

1720 Undocumented German immigrants arrive in Louisiana

1742 Undocumented Russian immigrants arrive in Alaska

1769 Undocumented Spanish immigrants settle California

1770 - 1874
Undocumented immigrants arrived from Germany, Ireland
the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Scandinavia, and
Eastern Europe

1769 Undocumented Spanish immigrants settle San Diego

1778 Undocumented English immigrants arrive in Hawaii

1812 Undocumented Russian immigrants arrive in Fort Ross, California

1848 California changes from Mexican to United States Territory

1875 Supreme Court declares regulation of immigration
a Federal responsibility

1882 Chinese prohibited from immigration

1891 Federal government begins 'inspecting, admitting,
rejecting, and processing' immigrants.

1892 Ellis Island opens

1903 Federal government begins 'inspection of aliens' along
the Mexican border

1917 - 1924 Quotas and passports begin. All Asians banned
except Japanese.

1924 Immigration Visa's reduced and allocated based on
'national origin'

1940 Non-citizens first required to register and are
issued Alien Registration Receipts

1950 First 'Green Cards' issued

1952 New quota system with immigration limits set
by country.

1968 Visa discrimination based on race, place of birth,
sex, and residence unless a resident of the
Western Hemisphere. Abolished discrimiation
on Asian immigrants.

1976 Eliminated preferential treatment for residents
of the Western Hemisphere.

1978 Documented immigrant quota set at 290,000

1990 Documented immigrant quota set at 700,000

2001 Patriot Act raises barriers to immigration for those
from Middle Eastern, North African, and
Asian-Pacific Countries.

2002 U.S. government requires 'special registration' of immigrants
from a number of countries and begins mass deportations.

2006 U.S. House of Representatives passes a bill to make
undocumented immigration a crime.

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Sunday, April 09, 2006

Dogwood buds

Brings Dogwood winter

Sleepy cats

Spring fever

Storms angrier than angry lions

Life and love illustrated by nature herself

in living loving color

Wilds awaken reaching to gather for the season, a reason.

The warm time before dogwood winter should be called Indian Spring, the foothills are highlighted with colors reflective of fall.

good day to wander the woods

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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Nuff said, not enough done, need no more proof than this.

Will write more when tools are polished and prime, with time.


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