Friday, November 30, 2007


Sometimes you just have to get all shrill and strident, dahlings. . .

Senate Bill 1959 to Criminalize Thoughts, Blogs, Books and Free Speech Across America; Because nothing seems to work. After awhile, you have to believe that, literally, it’s the water. Or something. Something in the air, the water, maybe nano coded TV rays beaming through our screens into our brains, who the hell knows, but something is making the majority of us dumb, dumb, fucking dumb, and apathetic. I don’t know how else to explain it. I’m simply at a loss.

If all the things that have already been put in place by the Bush administration hasn’t jarred you awake, maybe this will.

Senate Bill 1959: Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Prevention Act
, which gives the government the right to arrest and jail those who criticize the war, Bush, the administration, or any governmental agency. It was voted 405 to 6 in the House, and is now in the Senate.

The link to the article cited here gives useful information on how to contact your Senators.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Naomi Wolf: Fascist America, in 10 easy steps

Naomi Wolf outlines 10 steps to fascism; a "blueprint" for installing a fascist state: Naomi Wolf: Fascist America, in 10 easy steps. Here's from #9:
9. Dissent equals treason

Cast dissent as "treason" and criticism as "espionage'. Every closing society does this, just as it elaborates laws that increasingly criminalise certain kinds of speech and expand the definition of "spy" and "traitor". When Bill Keller, the publisher of the New York Times, ran the Lichtblau/Risen stories, Bush called the Times' leaking of classified information "disgraceful", while Republicans in Congress called for Keller to be charged with treason, and rightwing commentators and news outlets kept up the "treason" drumbeat. Some commentators, as Conason noted, reminded readers smugly that one penalty for violating the Espionage Act is execution.


Rumsfeld and Aspartame

How Rumsfeld Insured Aspartame's Approval Under Reagan, From Dr. Betty Martini, D.Hum.
From wife of former FDA Commissioner Dr. Jere Goyan who was asked to resign so Rumsfeld could get aspartame on the market after FDA had revoked the petition for approval. Rumsfeld is responsible for the millions of lives lost from this poison.


Drone Planes in Houston

What is Houston planning to do with drone planes? asks Katie Baker on Prison The Waller County Ranch has been the site for covert activity surrounding drone craft. Read about it here. As the article asks, what will they be used for? We can only guess.

Save These Cats From a Horrible Death

This is sad and sickening, very disheartening. Please sign the petition. Read more on Siani’s Pot-Pourri; it’ll just take you a couple of mintues to do something from your computer. Please take the time.

Sunday, November 25, 2007

Fortean Fun: The Oddee Blog site

Very Cool, Wonders of the World
A Fortean Lover’s Delight . . .

Found this link on The Anomalist: 7 Incredible Natural Phenomena you've never seen. Rains of fish, goats on trees, extraterrestrial rain, and more. With photos.

All this and more, like “10 Most Bizarre People on Earth,” “Bizarre Advertising around the World,” and “10 Most Amazing Extinct Animals” can be found on the site Oddee.

Friday, November 23, 2007

Black Friday

I know I'm not the first person to point out the obvious here . . .

"Black" Friday, where the obsessed wait in long lines, camping out, even, for days, just so save a few dollars on something they don't even need.

In my town, it's been pretty cold past few nights, getting down to around 25. (Hey, that's cold; for a West Coast gal.) We also have, like most cities, a large homeless population. The irony and juxtaposition of those who stay out in the freezing cold nights, with the money to spend, on things they very likely could do without, with those who don't have the choice but are forced to stay outside, with no money, and no need for those things because, where and how? is obvious. In some countries people camp out in long cold lines for things like food, or toliet paper, here, we camp out so we can buy a big screen TV for cheap.

I am very fortunate; even in this old crappy dumpy house we live in, at least it's a house, and at least we both have jobs. And sure, there are some toys I'd like to have, like a video camera, or one of those turn table things that you can record your albums onto CDs. . . but I don't need them.

Which Canidate Do You Hate the Most? Blog Quiz Thingie

With a wave to Lesley of The Debris Field blog, where I found the quiz.

Which 2008 candidate do you hate the most?

The candidate you like least is Republican Mitt Romney. He is pro-life, supports the death penalty, is in favor of No Child Left Behind, is in favor of a troop surge in Iraq, is against same-sex marriage, opposes universal healthcare, opposes embryonic stem cell research, is in favor of wiretapping -- this guy is your worst nightmare!

Take the quiz at

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Energy Saving "Green" Bulbs: Another Dr. Evil Plot?

Are these really bulbs of doom? . . .

Interesting article from the blog Looking Into Dark Places on those cool looking mad genius light bulbs. They’re bad. Seems they interfere with brain waves, radio waves, all kinds of waves:
The mini fluorescent bulbs that are currently recommended, due to missing out of 5 components (Diode capacitors and ferrite suppressors) are prodigious source of bio and environment EMI (Electromagnetic interference)."

Alan posits that mini fluorescents are dangerous to human beings and are also designed to interfere with long wave radio. The electromagnetic interference harmfully affects our brain stem and jams long (and some medium) wave broadcasts.
In the event that all light bulbs are replaced with the new energy saving light bulbs (called globes in Australia) all households will be prevented fom receiving distance long wave broadcasts.

I have noticed the most bizarre things happening with our TV sets lately since we replaced our old bulbs with these. Coincidence or something more sinister?

Friday, November 16, 2007

Local news station confirms barium in chemtrails

Wow, a local news station airs this on chemtrails; with lab results of the trails!

Thursday, November 8, 2007

Does Polly Have Psi?

Parrots demonstrate telepathy. Not surprising. This study of N’ksi, an African Grey, is very interesting. They’re very smart and delightful birds.