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Thursday, November 30, 2006

Racism and America

-Correct me if I'm wrong, but I could have sworn that it was perfectly legal to be racist in America?
"Black leaders challenged the entertainment industry, including rap artists, actors and major studios, to stop the use of the racial slur that triggered the scandal involving "Seinfeld" comic actor Michael Richards.

The Rev. Jesse Jackson, a civil rights leader, and others said Monday they will meet with TV networks, film companies and musicians to discuss banning the racial slur that is a derogatory term for blacks. They also sought an effort by the public to stop using the term."[source:]

-Apparently not.

-Cox and Forkum wrote some stuff about this issue on hand as well as another.

Wednesday, November 29, 2006

Enlightenment Thinking

-The Ancient Greeks were so awesome.
"The new analysis reveals that the device's front dials had pointers for the sun and moon — called the "golden little sphere" and "little sphere," respectively — and markings which coincided with the zodiac and solar calendars. The back dials, meanwhile, appear to have been used for predicting solar and lunar eclipses.

The researchers also show that the device could mechanically replicate the irregular motions of the moon, caused by its elliptical orbit around Earth, using a clever design involving two superimposed gear-wheels, one slightly off-center, that are connected by a pin-and-slot device."[source:]

-I know I'm not speaking for myself when I say that logical thinking needs to be implemented back into our schools, however, it's just a shame when it needs to go back into science itself.

Only In America

-I found this story initially shocking, but then I remembered that we're in a country run by idiots; I don't know if that made me feel better or worse. Sometimes I hate our representation.
"Mayfield and his family later sued the U.S. government for damages. The Portland-area attorney contended that he was a victim of profiling because he is a Muslim convert.

The Justice Department denied the profiling allegation in a prepared statement on Wednesday.

The settlement includes not only a $2 million payment, but an apology, said Mayfield's attorney, Elden Rosenthal."[source:]

-America was sued for protecting itself from terrorism; its only purpose. For the United States doing its job - examining a suspected terrorist - tax money was put into the pocket of a Brandon Mayfield. Being Muslim is not enough to find someone guilty of murder; however, the fact that every single Middle-Eastern terrorist is Muslim cannot be ignored. Not all Muslims are terrorists, but all terrorists happen - maybe by some kind of freak, cosmic accident - to be Muslim. I, on the other hand, doubt that this is just a coincidence. People need to start identifying the source of terrorists' action and they can start with the "holy" koran:

-I want that shirt because that's exactly how I feel about the religion of hate. The book belongs in the toilet.

-Aside from America getting sued for a hefty chunk of change, an apology from the Justice Department was offered!
"The United States of America apologizes to Mr. Brandon Mayfield and his family for the suffering caused by the FBI's misidentification of Mr. Mayfield's fingerprint and the resulting investigation of Mr. Mayfield, including his arrest as a material witness in connection with the 2004 Madrid train bombings and the execution of search warrants and other court orders in the Mayfield family home and in Mr. Mayfield's law office."[source:]

-This is the one of the biggest problems with the United States today. A moral nation would pursue evil and eradicate it with no apology. This passive attitude will not destroy terrorism; it will only permit islam and extremism to burrow their malicious, destructive roots deeper into the once solid foundation America was founded upon: individual rights.

-The message:

Eradicate terrorism now - with no apology. America's future depends on it; there can be no compromise.

Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Sifting Around The Web 6

-Due to PETA's recent judgement call, Nicole Richie just turned into my favorite celebrity.

-People like Malachi Ritscher make life easier for terrorists. As far as I'm concerned, his suicide is one more death in the name of Allah. Observe part of his suicide note.
"Here is the statement I want to make: if I am required to pay for your barbaric war, I choose not to live in your world. I refuse to finance the mass murder of innocent civilians, who did nothing to threaten our country," he wrote in his suicide note. "... If one death can atone for anything, in any small way, to say to the world: I apologize for what we have done to you, I am ashamed for the mayhem and turmoil caused by my country."[source:]

-Malachi Ritscher, much like the Buddhist monk who also used self-immolation to protest the Vietnam war, accomplished absolutely nothing with his actions.


-This video is awesome:

-Aside from Kerry getting his ass handed to him by John Bolton in the video above, Kerry ranked dead last in a recent likability poll.

-Regarding the video; who's uneducated now?


-Through dePlume Daily I have learned about a 3rd grade teacher's disgusting attempt to deface America.
"Teacher Bill Morgan walks into his third-grade class wearing a black Pilgrim hat made of construction paper and begins snatching up pencils, backpacks and glue sticks from his pupils. He tells them the items now belong to him because he "discovered" them. The reaction is exactly what Morgan expects: The kids get angry and want their things back."[source:]

-I guess he forgot how Thanksgiving was a peaceful event between the settlers and the Indians, but whatever.


-Europe is all but finished. If it doesn't act soon (and it better), it will be left in ruins.

-Get your DDT t-shirt now over at Junk Science.

-These shirts are so popular that even the original human-hating environmentalist, Rachel Carson, couldn't live without one!

-Thanks for the continual spread of malaria throughout - mostly - the third world Mrs. Carson. Where would we be without you?