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Aug 31, 2011

Scott Air Force Base: “Normal Suspicious Package” Sends Three People to Hospital

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Scott Air Force Base: “Normal Suspicious Package” Sends Three People to Hospital

Three people from Scott Air Force Base in southwestern Illinois were hospitalized with rashes Wednesday and parts of the facility were evacuated after a suspicious package arrived at the base’s mail center.

Maryland Fusion Center: Balloon Bombs

From the times of my misspent youth (I mean well spent)....these work

Cops Confiscate Lakewood Lady’s Arsenal; Motive Pending

In the great state of Ohio...

13 various firearms....CHECK
Snitching neighbors....CHECK
Corrupt cops.....CHECK

More infringement
Her cache somehow caught the attention of Lakewood Police, who paid a visit last September. When they found Rice wasn’t home, they asked an obliging employee of the complex to open up the apartment without her consent. Once inside, they raided the gun rack, making off with 13 firearms worth around $15,000. The only problem: They had no apparent reason to.
When Rice kindly asked to have her toys returned, the cops acknowledged that the weapons were legally owned. But they refused to return them without a court order. And so Rice has filed suit in Lakewood Municipal Court.

Fire for Effect


Islamo-Maniac Quality Control Factor

This is why the islamo-maniacs will never rule the whole world....

They need a better OSHA dept.  Check out all the workplace accidents at Weasel Zipper's

Caught Him With A Corndog

There's more in the text of the speech.  But don't ya know...He's the next best thing since sliced bread.

Gov. Rick Perry's Remarks to the Border Summit


Legislation authored by border legislators Pat Haggerty and Eddie Lucio establishes an important study that will look at the feasibility of bi-national health insurance. This study recognizes that the Mexican and U.S. sides of the border compose one region, and we must address health care problems throughout that region. That’s why I am also excited that Texas Secretary of State Henry Cuellar is working on an initiative that could extend the benefits of telemedicine to individuals living on the Mexican side of the border.

GO TEAM NAU/TTC (North American Union/Trans Texas Corridor)

The Big One

The tiny movements in the Earth that occur before the big quake happens are called tremors.

And that is what we have going on today.  From different sections of the sphere and caused by different factions.

Todays tremor is casued by Exxon partnering up with Rosneft, Russia's oil comapny that is 75% owned by the Kremlin, to eventually drill in US territory.

Russia's state-owned Rosneft teamed up with U.S. company Exxon Mobil on Tuesday in a multibillion deal to develop offshore oil fields in the Russian Arctic - one of the last regions with immense and untapped hydrocarbon deposits - in return for access to resources in the Gulf of Mexico.
The pretty things that make the world go round are starting to get real ugly and spit at him.

The 3 Little Pigs are finding it hard to stave off the big bad wolf.
We have these rumblings from within his own inner cirlcle spelling out the avenues to be OF (Obama Free).

At some point all these minor quakes and tremors are going to gel together and the BIG ONE will happen.

Batten down the hatches and get ready to repel borders on the big tsunami wave wide.

Something In My Mind


Man, 86, survives shears impaling his eye socket

An elderly American man has survived being impaled through the eye socket by a pair of pruning shears.
Leroy Luetscher, from Green Valley in the state of Arizona, had just finished trimming plants in his back garden when he fell face-first onto his shears, sending one of the handles through his right eye socket and halfway into his head.
He was rushed to hospital, where a team of surgeons discovered the shears' handle had gone 6in (15cm) into Mr Luetscher's head.
The 86-year-old has made a remarkable recovery from the incident on 30 July - he still has slight swelling in his eyelids and minor double vision, but is otherwise fine.