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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

How's that working out for ya?









 The new rage is black serial killers.  The guy who has been charged with killing that coed from Virginia is linked to several other killings of young women over the years.  Not to be outdone, another black man arrested for killing a woman is leading police to a long string of female murder victims missing back as far as seven years ago.  My memory may be faulty but it seems to me that most of this kind of thing in the past was related to white guys. But I guess it's a good thing to see the two cultures melding, right?



In Louisiana, which got stuck with a lot of the illegal immigrant kids that Obama let stay in the country, the school system is falling apart.  The legal limit for class sizes has been changed from a max of twenty to a max of thirty students. Anyone who ever worked in a classroom will shudder at the thought of what that means.  Louisiana's schools are paying a $5000 bonus for bilingual teachers, but getting few takers. So a teacher stands up in front of the math class, and waits while another teacher translates her lesson. So do the English speaking kids. And wait, and wait, and wait.....
Louisiana's education budget, not surprisingly, did not have funds in it for all these Hispanics, so they are twenty million in the hole. The feds are not picking up the tab.  The President's kids go to private schools, of course, so it's no skin off his posterior what's happening to kids in public schools anywhere. I don't guess it matters, since most teenagers either drop out of school or can't read and write when they graduate anyway. Even Al Jazerra, which vehemently attacked those who said the U.S. couldn't be the land of milk and honey for all these third world folks, is now saying that between exotic new diseases and the collapse of educational systems maybe it isn't working out too well for the U.S.  There's also the fact that the public is supporting all these thousands of bocas inutil financially and probably will be for as long as they live.

As soon as he can, Obama will use his newly declared and largely illegal executive orders to legitimize what he's already done in terms of letting this flood of  dross into the U.S.



In Ferguson, Missouri the carnival goes on.  What a sweet opportunity to get out and do a little shopping without the hassle of having to pay for anything.  I was going to go up there and "protest" too, maybe pick up some new tennis shoes and few other things.  Then I found out that the Walmart in Ferguson has evacuated all the ammo from their store, in anticipation of being looted by "race freedom fighters", so I guess it isn't worth the trip.







I don't know that there is the slightest thing that can be done about any of this. It seems like events have taken on a life of their own, and we are just along for the ride.  I do believe, though, that this will be a self correcting time line and that big changes are in the offing for us all.  I can't guarantee we will enjoy them, though.  Interesting times, indeed.







20 comments:

  1. About all I can say is that it goes from bad to worse.

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    1. And has been doing so for some years. Back when Clinton was President I thought we had reached the nadir. If I could have seen into the future, I'd be living in Costa Rica right now.

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  2. The America I grew up in is gone. I want it back. But I don't think that's going to happen any time soon - or at all.

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    1. It is, and it won't. But it's not so bad for our generation. I feel badly for the generation my kids are in. They're the ones who are really going to pay the price for events transpiring today. I tried to get them out to Canada and the Canadian immigration lawyer took my six grand and stiffed me. No resident alien permits materialized. But I'm trying to talk to them about giving it another go. I'm thinking I may be able to convince my wife to forget about Palm Coast in Florida and take a look at Costa Rica. Especially since my brothers look to be heading down there with their wives/girl friends.

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  3. The Ferguson incident has split into two groups, one that is from the area and are actually trying to improve the situation and the second which are the idiots that have decided this is their excuse to take out their anger on "the man". Primarily the white man. A bunch of these idiots decided to try and protest at the football game on Sunday and the only reason I can see there weren't serious ass whippings handed out was because it was women accosting and assaulting white guys who were smart enough not to react and just let the cops handle it.

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  4. I'm just sick of the whole "you owe me cause yo' great grandpa might have owned my great grandpa". My family were small land holders and didn't have slaves, and I don't owe anybody a damn thing. I'd feel the same way if my great grandpa had owned the biggest plantation in Georgia. I don't owe anybody a free ride, and letting individuals get away with law breaking because of their race is sewing the seeds of utter disaster. I've got nothing against black people who work and act like human beings. I have a lot against thuggery and whiny, hand out palm up, parasites.

    I saw that about the individuals who showed up at the ball game. They're doing some very stupid things. That kind of behavior alienates people who otherwise wouldn't give the whole issue a second's thought.

    I wait with great interest for the grand jury to speak. I have no doubt that cop is telling the truth. I have no doubt the "witnesses" are lying. That character that helped "The Gentle Giant" roust the convenience store was quoted on all the major news networks, repeatedly, with his bogus story. Yet few of the newscasters mentioned he was already wanted in another town for lying to the police.

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  5. I saw a headline that was something about a bill for non-US residents to vote. However, I cannot find the article now. I would say the Irish and Japanese who lived here during WWII would be as entitled as blacks, and be owed something. Everyone has been mistreated at some point.

    A man shot my grandfather before my mother was born. It certainly changed the course of my mother's and, consequentially, my life. I wonder if I can get reparation if I misbehave enough. No, I would go to prison.

    The cop was injured by "The Gentle Giant." I think I believe him.

    I see you got your picture. Cute.

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    1. Remember the old show where the guy leans out the window and yells "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore!" That's how I'm feeling.

      Yeah, I like that ferret picture. It was a pain in the rear to get but all's well that ends well.

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  6. Harry - where do i even begin? how about some of my ancestors were Americans who became Loyalists who were forced out of the US and had to find their way into Canada???? Loyalists, i say! shouldn't their ancestors (meaning ME) be compensated???? what about all the fine people in Lousiana, the Acadians, and i am only talking about the WHITE FRENCH who were kicked out of Nova Scotia and made their way down to the south of LEW-EE-ZEE-ANNA - shouldn't they be compensated??? and what about ferrets who are supposed to wear gas masks for pics - bahahahahahah! oh Harry - there are so many that need to be compensated. we should start a group. it would be multi-cultural and diverse. we could form a group of all peoples all over the world that whitey should have to compensate. oh hang on, Harry, i have to go dig through my geneology in order to find a Cree AND a Mi'kmaq. i'll be back in 5.

    much love to you and yours, always, Harry. you know that your kids are always welcome to come here as a landing point in order to find greener pastures in one of our national 5 cities where the jobs are really, really good!

    (hey wait - does being related to captain crunch put me in another group that needs to be compensated????)

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    1. Strangely enough, I just finished two books on the Revolutionary War. One was The Winter Soldiers and the other was Battles of the Revolutionary War. Kings Mountain and Cowpens were fought not so terribly far from here. People don't often realize that the Revolutionary War had an element of Civil War in it. The author of the Winter Soldiers quoted some sources from the time of the war in which the estimate was that 25% of the population was "Patriot", 25 % was "Torry" or "Loyalist"and the other 50% just kept their heads down and kissed the behinds of whoever happened to be in control of their area at the time.

      I'm just mad today at all the B.S. going on here, and all the arschlocks getting away with it. The end of October is always a crappy time for me anyway. >:-(

      I'm talking to them about trying again. We got screwed by the Canadian Shyster up there but I expect that it's like here, there are good lawyers and bad ones and I just picked a bad one at random.

      I've been looking at my ferret picture. I hope they photo shopped that mask on him and he wasn't stuffed or something. That would be horrible!

      I read Evangeline when I was a kid. I thought it was really boring but I did learn about the way the French got to Louisiana that way. Too bad old Napoleon sold them down the river for filthy lucre. ;-)

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    2. i love Evangeline - so beautiful. oh, and founf my papers that show that i am 4% Cree and 6% Mi'kmaq. my descent also includes 12% Acadian. and i am related to captain crunch. do i need to call Obamma myself to get my compensation or should i call Jesse Jackson, or the ADL? you American whiteys owe me some moola.

      all kidding aside...do you want me to start a search for a good Canadian lawyer on the mainland? they do exist and i can certainly vet one for you.

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    3. I wouldn't mind knowing one I could talk to about costs and time lines, Kymber. The last one jerked me around for two years, so I guess it was my fault for being stupid, but it was always "just about finished." I should have known the guy was not being straight when he told the kids to go to Seattle and then come back in and get a guest visa to replace their student visa when the student visas expired. He was supposed to get them renewed, but he didn't.. As you recall, the Canadian Border Gestapo threw my kids in a holding cell and went through all their stuff, then gave them two weeks to move out of the countryl If my kids had been Japanese or Korean it would have been no problem to get a resident alien card, because the Japanese and Koreans have "favored" status. But the Canadians make Americans get a Canadian immigration lawyer to apply for the same paperwork the Koreans and Japanese just do on the kitchen table and mail in.

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    4. on it, Sir...give me a day or two and i will contact you through private comms. i am sure that we can make this happen. much love always.

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    5. Ok, Kymber. Thanks. Right now the kids are tending to stay and I'm pushing them to go. It would be nice to have some idea of how the flow would go if they did decide to go up there.

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    6. check your private comms buddy...me and jam are currently working. from everything that i can gather....back then, your kids didn't have canadian "sponsors". it makes a world of difference. and your kids now have canadian sponsors. we can make this work buddy. much love always.

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    7. Ok, I'll check, Kymber. Thanks for the assist.

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  7. Remember Obama's campaign message was change, and he kept his word, he changed American like nothing anyone has seen before... Just think in two weeks he will become a lame duck president for real.

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  8. Truer words were never spoken, Rob. Even William the Bastard and Queen Hillary didn't do as much damage as this SOB has done. And none of it can be set right again. We're going Third World much faster than I thought we would. If Obama wanted to collapse this country, he couldn't have done a better job of it.

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  9. I think there will eventually be a correction, the kind you hoped would not happen. At some point God is going to get completely fed up with the "its all about me" folks.

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    1. I'm about to the point where I would welcome an opportunity to sort all this out, once and for all. As it is now, it's a constant downhill slide and nothing is being done to arrest it.

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