Monthly Archives: April 2008

May Day

On May 1st, 2008 the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) will stop-work for eight hours at all West Coast docks to protest the continued US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. Transport and postal workers are joining in. A similar … Continue reading

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HIv horsecrap is deep

Found this recently: Genetically-Engineered Babies With HIV-Resistant Genes This kind of information is so completely vapid and devoid of information (or purposeful dis-information) it’s mind numbing. As long as WE, John and Jane Q. Public, don’t have a clue of … Continue reading

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Will.i.am boycotts Olympic boycott

“If you boycott China, when do they boycott America for what we’re doing in Iraq?” Good question, Will.i.am. Another good question by Will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas is, Where Is The Love? Yes, the Black Eyed Peas will perform … Continue reading

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Aneuploidy and the cause of cancer

Cancer it is turning out, may not be gene mutation. Peter Duesberg, the man who was first to challenge that HIV, (the “probable” cause of AIDS as announced by U.S. Health & Human Services Secretary in April of 1984), was … Continue reading

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Test results confirm Pattie is a Pepper

The doctor has declined to say whether depriving herself of her daily Dr Pepper supplement (corn syrup) has precipitated recent health difficulties.   After a doctor’s visit today, Pattie was urgently scooted to Penrose Hospital for more tests. She has … Continue reading

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AIDS research has failed to find cause

“AIDS research has not failed because it never found a cure … AIDS research has failed because it never found a cause”   Twenty four years and no cure, no cause, no answers. But billions of tax dollars to an … Continue reading

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Somebody should have told them… Fealty is Dead and Gone.

This might sound bizarre, but I connected to this because Miss Johnnie was watching a Rockies’ baseball game. The commentators were mentioning that George Bush had been loudly booed when he threw out the “first pitch” on Opening Day. Seemed … Continue reading

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Star gazing close to home

On my walk today, I noticed something that looked like a tiny planetarium on a neighbor’s deck.   “Is that a planetarium on your deck?” I asked, half kidding.   “No,” he replied. “It’s a telescope.”   “Really? Like a … Continue reading

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Ten ways Dick Cheney can kill you

Headbutt, raining blows down upon you, the grip of death, shooting, choking, stabbing, karate, impalement, telekinesis, and with his bare hands. Continue reading

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Tortured election

The presidential elections will decide if The Empire continues to openly advocate and use torture against POWs or not. All the 3 candidates support continuing the occupations of Iraq, Somalia, and Afghanistan in one form or another, and they all … Continue reading

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Of course the Reaganites don’t mean what they say…

But we kind of expected that, no? For instance there was a United Nations mandate about Torture, and Shirley Temple Black was one of the signatories, which said Torture was not permissible under any circumstances. Basically our solemn word as … Continue reading

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A little good news for a change..

It started out truly messed up. I had volunteered to be a live kidney donor for a friend in California. After months of tests on her and bureaucratic bull-poopoo on my end, lots of waiting and sweating, the hospital said … Continue reading

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We will miss you Elizabeth

If there is a heaven, I have no doubt that you have already spoken to Jesus and have begun to argue politics with him right as I write. Give him Hell, Elizabeth! Somebody needs to hold him and his dad accountable, and you are the one with the spirit to do it, too. Continue reading

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Q: Where is Ronald Dumbsfield?

Remember that hideous and sick official of the Cheney Adminstration, Donald Duck-The-Truth-About-Iraq Rumsfeld? You know, the guy who reminded one of Dr. StrangeLove and Dr. Moreau both. Where is he? He was one of the principle proponents and architects for … Continue reading

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Do 700,000 dead kids mean anything?

I’m pretty damned sure that seeing 700,000 kids burned, strafed, sniped, exploded, starved, poisoned or run over, would prompt a universal humanitarian outcry, your voice included, and eventually the perpetrators would have to relent. That’s a likely reason, I believe, why you and others are not being shown the killing. Continue reading

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ACLU opposes the illegal government group punishment of Eldorado parents

“While we acknowledge that Judge Walthers’ task may be unprecedented in Texas judicial history, we question whether the current proceedings adequately protect the fundamental rights of the mothers and children of the FLDS,” said Terri Burke, executive director of the … Continue reading

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Waldo Canyon, Colorado

Sometimes the only thing standing between me and complete despondency is the mountain.   My fellow bloggers have endless energy to tackle important issues — homelessness, hunger, war, politics, environment, media, government, healthcare, torture, death. The list is depressing and … Continue reading

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El Paso County Peter Principle sadists

I attended a County Commission meeting Thursday morning and caught such a whiff of bureaucratic decay that I don’t have any faith that our local government works at all. Continue reading

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Pictures in remembrance of Elizabeth

A memorial will be held for Wilma Joanne “Elizabeth” Fineron at Benet Hill Chapel, 2pm Monday April 28.   Steve Handon will officiate the ceremony. The music will be performed by First Strike Theater alumni. Benet Hill Monastery is at … Continue reading

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US Afghan stooge, Hamid Karzai, barely escapes with his life

It’s hard being a puppet for foreign imperialists. Hamid Karzai almost paid for his crimes with his life Saturday, though the real target of this assassination attempt was the American occupation of Afghanistan. Afghan president survives assassination bid Where did … Continue reading

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John McCain the maverick unfavored filly

John McCain isn’t just a maverick TM, he’s that unfavored horse in the Kentucky Derby! They made a movie about him. America’s favorite underdog, a Heratio Alger story, T-Bone Pickens, poor boy makes good, Beverly Hillbillies, overcoming odds, Everyman, a … Continue reading

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Sierra Madre threatened by wildfire

SIERRA MADRE, CALIFORNIA- My sister Lisa was evacuated last night from her home at the edge of the brush near Pasadena as a wildfire works its way down the canyon. You can check the latest status at the City’s website, … Continue reading

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Will race protest be curtains for Obama?

If there is a indeed still a racial divide, what happens to the colorblind society tapped to elect Obama in November? Continue reading

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Support Our Homeless Troops

COLORADO SPRINGS- I watched yesterday as a group of homeless men disbanded beneath an underpass. I remarked how their yet unbent frames and close-shaved heads made them appear more menacing than usual. Then I noticed one had a graphite prosthetic … Continue reading

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Elizabeth

Some pictures of Elizabeth Fineron in action.

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