Monthly Archives: August 2008

Was Sarah Palin’s baby Trig conceived in someone’s Trigonometry Class?

The Palin children were named apparently after where they were conceived: oldest son TRACK (Field), daughter BRISTOL (Bay), daughter WILLOW (Tree), daughter PIPER (Cub), and baby TRIG (-onometry Class?).   Would it matter if Bristol Palin gave birth to Trig … Continue reading

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Martial Law undeclared in New Orleans

WE INTERRUPT WITH BREAKING NEWS- New Orleans is under MARTIAL LAW. It’s a scoop! The Breaking News keeps announcing the anticipation of Hurricane Gustav, without explaining the images which speak the obvious. The National Guard have arrived, and they’re not … Continue reading

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Just say no, Sarah Palin

Exactly who is John McCain pandering to by adding Sarah Palin to the ticket? Talk is that he’s hoping to hook the evangelical crowd, but he’s obviously missing a few key bits of information. Conservative Christians do not put their … Continue reading

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Putting my best Facebook forward

For real in virtual reality.   I’ve constructed an image of myself on Facebook. I did MySpace too, just in case my cyber hologram lacked a dimension. What dimension, a fourth? Before that my virtual world representative was an avatar … Continue reading

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NMT coverage of DNC 2008 protests

At right is R68’s CMYK guide to DNC protests, STORM IN THE CITY, colored mischievously enough to read STORM’N.   Below is a guide to the NotMyTribe posts on the Denver DNC. We covered preparations, betrayals, security, the Saturday training, … Continue reading

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Mexico fed up with results on their country of US imposed drug war

Eleven headless bodies were dumped in a small town in the Yucatan peninsula on Thursday and another decapitated corpse was found nearby. Police suspect the Gulf cartel, and Mexican media say the victims were likely alive when their heads were … Continue reading

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Undercover surveillance has uniform too

DENVER- DNC day 0, Undercover observers.   Could this NOT BE A COP? My goodness the cops had undercover uniforms too! White shirt, tan cargo shorts, white socks, running shoes, camera and backpack. This bicyclist was helping to track Unconventional … Continue reading

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High Hopes for Hurricane Gustav

In 2005, I was skeptical of the imminent threat posed by Katrina. TV forecasters are always hyping the worst. But if Hurricane Gustav does blow to fruition: Please Gustav, spare the people of Cuba, spare the black and the poor … Continue reading

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DNC disruption provided by FOX NEWS

DENVER- Sunday DNC Antiwar Rally. Predictably enough, the only disorder at the DNC protests was instigated by Fox News knave Griff Jenkins. At Recreate 68’s kickoff rally on Sunday, ambush reporter Jenkins tried to rush the stage and force an … Continue reading

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Sarah Palin is Dan Quayle in Drag

Alaskan news media chastised Sarah Palin for “conduct unbecoming a human being, never mind a governor.” VPILF? ewww. (now, her hubby, on the other hand…) And it only took a few minutes for the nude pictures of her to start … Continue reading

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Pope offended by frog

The Holy Cross Frog. See that cross on his back? Maybe it inspired the art you will read about below?   Pity The Pope. Just when he manages to snuff the idea of a beauty contest for nuns that one … Continue reading

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You know how sometimes something you see, hear or smell calls to mind another something? Something close yet inaccessible. It’s a bit like the feeling of deja vu, yet not exactly. Anyway, when I saw Sarah Palin for the first … Continue reading

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Why I’m helping Hugo Chavez

Like Cynthia McKinney standing up and speaking at the protesters rally in Denver during the recent DNC Carnival, Ken Livingstone, former mayor of London, has been courageously political by visiting Caracas, Venezuela. There Kenneth Livingstone took a stand against US … Continue reading

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RNC set to kick off, and kick ass

It has already begun. Scores of police officers and other law enforcers raided private homes and a St. Paul building as a pre-emptive strike against a “criminal enterprise made up of 35 self-described anarchists…intent on committing criminal acts before and … Continue reading

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Fish out of hot water in peaceful crowd

DENVER- Sunday DNC day zero, Civic Center Park, agent provocateurs I made it a sideline to take photos of potential police instigators at the DNC protests. What excuse can law enforcement make for planting undercover agitators in a peaceful assembly? … Continue reading

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Behavior Detection Officers

Behavior Detection Officers who execute TSA’s Screening Passengers by Observation Technique (SPOT) program, identifying potentially high-risk individuals based on involuntary physical and psychological reactions. TSA anticipates expanding the original SPOT pilot program by training more than 500 Behavior Detection Officers … Continue reading

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COS drops convention trespass charges

COLORADO SPRINGS- At this morning’s motions hearing in Municipal Court, the city attorney asked Judge Spencer Gresham to dismiss their case. Due to “discovery issues we cannot resolve” and “internal misunderstandings,” the city dropped the trespassing charges against Peter Sprunger-Froese … Continue reading

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DPD DNC provocateurs shy from camera

DENVER- Monday PM, DNC Day 1. Undercover Agent Provocateurs. Circulating among protesters with video cameras is one thing, walking around like you want to start trouble is another. Can you spot the faux troublemaker? This image doesn’t show his professional … Continue reading

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Police harrass kids at Denver DNC

DENVER- On the fourth day of watching Denver mobilize countless police squads in anticipation of problematic demonstrations, you’d think this patrol wouldn’t have caught our eye. Except, the officer leading point on this patrol advanced past our outdoor table with … Continue reading

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McCain Only “Gets” Rich People, Dems Out To Get Protesters

It’s a fact that the Democrats treated the protesters with as much contempt as the GOP, it’s obvious their promise of change is just an empty slogan. If they really meant it, they would have embraced the protesters, and used … Continue reading

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McCain’s new wife

McCain picks Palin as running mate Alaska governor to be first female Republican VP nominee Obama is now married to Joseph Biden all because dufus Barack was worried that McCain would pick Joseph Lieberman to be his VP pick. Now, … Continue reading

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Will the bear ever break its pact with the Devil?

The Russian bear has made some pretty stupid political deals in recent modern times. Almost all of us know about the Stalin-Hitler Pact and the horrible price Russia paid for the stupidity of Joseph Stalin, but few of us have … Continue reading

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Marie holds the grass median at Market and Speer, Denver 2008 DNC.

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My travel plans for the Minneapolis RNC

To get the hell out of the country. We have a police state and a people who stand awestruck. They’re shocked by it, but not enough to say. Really, the activists hyped the risk of arrest and spread that legal … Continue reading

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Robin Long gets Leavenworth, with help

COLORADO SPRINGS- Extradited desertion/political refugee Robin Long, spent several weeks jailed in Fort Carson after being refused political asylum in Canada. An army court let Long plead guilty to the charge of desertion based on a plea bargain agreement. The … Continue reading

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