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Sunday, April 25, 2010


Days ago Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signed a bill that requires police to question people about their immigration status including asking for identification if they suspect someone is in the country illegally. The law also toughens restrictions on hiring illegal immigrants for day labor and knowingly transporting them and makes it a crime under state law to be in the country illegally. Fair? Arizona has an estimated 460,000 illegal immigrants. The state of Arizona is being highly scrutinized for taking matters into their own hands when he federal government is responsible for immigration enforcement, but thus far, what has the federal government done? Amnesty? No. (Besides, what would that do to curb future illegal immigration?) Securing the US boarders? No. I guarantee you if I was in another country, say, Mexico (that seems befitting), and was caught without a passport or documentation I would detained until verified and if there illegally, deported. Opponents fear that Arizona's new law will lead to police harassment of those who look Hispanic and many are protesting.

Pictured (in an article) outside of the capital is a protester holding a sign stating, "We ARE Human." Yes, human indeed. Possibly a decent one. But nonetheless, one with an illegal immigration status.

The conspiracy theorist in me thinks: I love the smell of money but I smell the Amero on the horizion and it stinks.

Monday, April 19, 2010

I'm adding this guy to Nikki Minaj and the likes of. P.S. Don't ever slip that stuff into my drink!

You May Not Believe This S%^t But If I Were You, I Definitely Wouldn't Believe The Other

Holy freaking shit!! Aside from ESPN of course, I watch virtually no news media. I have tried to find alternate and accurate sources of information and have done so in finding Check it out.

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Food For Thought

Never before in the United State's history has it been required to buy a service and if not pay a penalty. I don't like the government mandating what I must do any more than it already does. I have a better suggestion- reform the "food" industries that create much of the need for health care and focus on wellness instead of allopathic medicine. All for the money.. "Hey, I'll make them sick with this "food" and you mask their symptoms further their sickness with your drugs!"
In public schools french fries are considered to be vegetables. A starch fried in oil, a vegetable? The same overweight, poorly and overly fed children grow up (and out) because of lack of education and few healthy choices. Implementing a national standard in school cafeterias seems to be a way to muzzle the need for future "health care" and should be included in the budget. I have been saying this for some time and is now being brought to the public's attention in Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution.
More health insurance choices? Great. More healthy dietary choices? Would be better. Having the choice to participate if and how you choose? Constitutional.

Monday, April 5, 2010


I'll articulate this to the best of my ability. The pollen count is 1600+ today (120+ considered extremely high) and I'm feelin a lil dazed and confused. I've been watching the Life series showed on Discovery and featured last night were birds and specifically bowerbirds. Male bowerbirds go to great lengths to build elaborately constructed and decorated "bowers" or love nests to attract mates. The female bower goes from nest to nest to decide which one is decorated to her liking and know the rest. Much like in the human world and especially in Atlanta where seemingly the highest earner and the one with the most lavish "bower" gets all the goods. Those polygamous bastards of birds! Anyway, it's a great series and I suggest watching!