Ron Paul Alert. Action needed.

See here.


Video: Michael Moore gives Wolf Blitzer a Sorifice

Analysis here.

Yes, Sorifice is an amalgam of Sore and Orifice. Stop sending emails.



Video: From the mouths of babes "I don't want Hillary, I want Ron Paul"

I'm not sure if Florida votes should even count anymore after the Bush debacle, but nonetheless, this if funny.


Video: Whitehouse erases 'Mission Accomplished' from Bush speech video

Mission De-Accomplished. The Bush Legacy.


Ron Paul on Rock n Roll Radio

"Ron Paul Rocks"

It just so happens that I ran into a fellah today who's a dj on my local college radio station. Well, I asked him if he'd heard of Ron Paul and he hadn't. To make a long story short, I bent his ear a bit and he agreed to mention Ron Paul on the radio tonight. He's a good guy and a freedom loving individual, which is why I approached him in the first place, so I was thinking I'd give a shout out to him on the blogosphere and encourage any other Ron Paul fans out there to call in and tell him what you think.

The Radio Station is WLFR FM at Richard Stockton College of New Jersey.
The Radio Show is The Beat The Devil Show.
The Radio Host is Bobby Nomore and he's going on at 8PM EST Tonight and you can call in to the show to voice your support for Ron Paul at (609) 652 4917.
You can listen to the streaming broadcast here.

Check it out and give them a call... Real Rock and Roll anymore is as rare as honest politicians like Ron Paul.


Picture: Ron Paul celebrates Go Skateboarding Day

Ron Paul celebrates "Go Skateboarding Day"

Vote for an end to income taxs. Vote for an end to the IRS. Vote for an end to the war. Vote to save the Constitution. Vote for Congressman Ron Paul.


SiCKO torrent download links

"Pizza the Hut"

Word on the grapevine is that Michael Moore is allowing the distrubution of free copies of his latest film 'sicko' via the internet. I've only heard of such an approach before from Alex Jones. Anyway, until I hear otherise, I thought I'd link to torrents of the file.

I'm no fan of Michael Moore's, in fact I consider him a Left Gatekeeper. However, as with all gatekeepers, there is some truth behind his agenda. This alone makes the film worth watching. I'll post a full review later, for now though I'll simply leave it up to the viewer.


The Pirate Bay



All the same version. Fairly high quality DVD Screener.

Don't forget to vote in the presidential straw poll on the left. We're trying to crush Facebook in voter turn out!

USB Missile Launcher

It's the latest craze in the geek world. Get yours today. Be cool or be left out.

Running low on ammo? Try this...

And for the discriminating nerd... the pro gold deluxe model...


Video: Salt Lake City UFO

Video footage of the (un)identified object seen over Salt Lake City.


Ron Paul's dark secret


Is Magneto the alter ego of Ron Paul? Does he wield super powers?

At the Republican debates in South Carolina it certainly seemed that Ron Paul had super powers as he handily trounced his opponents and came out looking like the only engaged and knowledgeable candidate. This in itself was nearly a superhuman feat considering how fox news made a rather obvious and disgraceful attempt to sabotage Paul throughout the debates. Fox News, with it's running punch line of "Fair and Balanced" has long been a purveyor of disinformation, misinformation and even outright lies and all the while holding it's head high almost with pride in what can be charitably termed shoddy journalism or infotainment. (much the same way Bush himself seems to revel at being the most reviled president in U.S. history). But at the debates they really reached a new low. First, not once, but twice did they question Ron Paul's suitableness to be in the Republican party. To ask this question of any candidate itself is both biased and outrageous and to ask it twice is doubly outrageous, bordering on criminally subversive. Beyond even that outrage, Groler, the questioner, attempted to put words into Ron Paul's mouth and then allowed Rudy Giuliani to rebut Groler's, not Paul's words.

This little exchange has been reported widely by now. The skinny of it is, Ron Paul asserted more or less that America's meddling in the middle east was and is a contributing factor in anti-American sentiment and the attacks of 9/11. Giuliani, with Grolers help interpreted this as some sort of 'blame America' statement or that we 'invited' the attacks which was untrue to begin with, but he went further and disregarded the idea that America's actions or foreign policy can and does have any effect at all on the real world. In fact, Giuliani instead stated that he'd never heard of such an idea (as America's actions having real world consequences) and fell back into to same old tired mentality that produced the ridiculous statement 'they hate us for our freedoms'.

Of course, following the debates, the attack dogs and spin doctors were immediately unleashed. An attempt was made to bolster the rather unsophisticated neocon line of thinking which Giuliani and all the other GOP candidates besides Ron Paul espouse, and even went so far as to claim this exchange as some sort of win for Giuliani. This bit of political maneuvering by the neocons and their supporters failed miserably and even generated a bit of it's own 'blowback'.

A mini media storm followed the debates and centered around this exchange. Ron Paul was able to clarify and expand on his remarks and was vindicated. He was correct and that is backed up by all the intelligence reports. This had several very important consequences:

The term 'blowback' has been injected into mainstream politics, which was long overdue.

Ron Paul, who was already gathering momentum on the internet has exploded in popularity. He has won hands down every straw poll he's been in. Internet traffic related to Paul is through the roof. The search term 'Ron Paul' has been dominating over all other political candidates in every metric. Ron Paul has been reigning supreme over the blog tracker Technorati and the video site Youtube since the debates and he shows little sign of being unseated anytime soon. Ron Paul has become so popular, he has spawned his own anti-paul fan club. A small group of individuals scurrying around the internet attempting to disparage the statesman. They often drop quotes which are either out of context or just plain wrong. Another tactic is to claim that Paul's support is much less than it appears to be, and is merely due to a dedicated group trying to 'game' the system. This of course doesn't stand up to the metrics and the companies that report such statistics which make their money and found their entire livelihood on being fairly accurate which show that interest in Paul is clearly widespread and quite real. The fact seems to be, Ron Paul resonates with the internet crowd and the more people find out about him, the more people like him. The question remains however as to whether or not he can translate internet popularity into actual votes.

Rudy Giuliani was exposed for what he is: A thug with no grasp whatsoever of foreign policy. He really shouldn't have been running in the first place, he occupied a default slot for many republicans as the least bad of many unfavorable choices. His qualifications as a bully who uses draconian measures never really sat well with the majority of compassionate conservatives and the only thing he had going for him was 9/11. Now, he'd be insane to even bring up 9/11 again, as it will only serve to spotlight his own lack of experience and the basic knowledge that any first year political science or foreign affairs student would have. I'm sure he'll hang on a while longer, perhaps dreaming of what could have been and milking the publicity for use as a fear-profiteer, but his chances of receiving the republican nomination are realistically over.

Most importantly, what this whole hell storm has done was expose the flaws and illogic of one of the cornerstones of the neoconservative movement. Bush and his supporters have been drilling the people time and again with the phrase 'they hate us for our freedoms' as if by repeating such a thing it would make it true. They continually paint a picture of a grand ideological struggle using brushes of fear and hatred yet ignore the simple, verified facts that they are creating the very terrorists that they claim are coming for us, and in record numbers. The neocon ideology conveniently chooses to ignore the common sense that, yes our actions elsewhere do indeed have consequences. The neocon agenda conveniently chooses to ignore that its methods are the polar opposite of what conservatism stands for: small government, fiscal responsibility and individual liberty. In one fell swoop, Ron Paul has ignited a debate which should have taken place in the republican party years ago. A debate which must address the basic questions of 'who are we and what do we stand for?'. A followup question might be 'How did we let this happen to our party?'. The death knell of neoconservatism
has been sounding for a while now, perhaps it's time for the real conservatives to wake up and reinvent their party before they get taken down with them. Perhaps it's not too late to reclaim those real patriots the party has been hemorrhaging since the neocons slipped into power.

So in the end, no, Ron Paul doesn't have super powers. He came armed with honesty, integrity and knowledge, but that's all he needed to triumph over lies, rhetoric and ignorance.

Blowback is a term used in military and intelligence circles to describe unintended consequences as the result of military or intelligence operations. Brought to the attention of the mainstream media by Ron Paul following the GOP debates in May of 2007.


Guiliani enjoys a post debate snack

"Being ignorant about foreign policy works up a mighty hunger!"

Remembering Jerry Falwell


Look who Chris Hansen caught this time

Yep, I stink at photoshop, mail me a better one and I'll post it.

Who says humans can't effect climate and temperature?

I'm tired of hearing this from idiots who can't be bothered to check anything out for themselves. Here's just a few events marked on a global temperature variation chart... there's plenty more, likely nearly every variation can be charted and connected to man made causes (such as wars) or natural causes (such as volcanoes), but what should be blazingly obvious to anyone is the undeniable fact that humans do indeed effect the environment, and rather profoundly at that.

Yes, it's a quick and dirty photoshop job... I hate using it. Perhaps sometime I'll make a better chart with more events, but this really should be enough to make the point.

Some noteworthy dips in temperature... the Tunguska event in 1908 which apparently threw a lot of dust into the atmosphere, causing a cooling period... this can also be seen on a smaller scale when Mount Saint Hellens errupted in 1980. These hardly compare to the obvious temperature drop after World War II, which most likely had a dual cause in the end of the massive amounts of frenetic activity during the war as well as atmospheric dust caused by the dropping of the atomic bombs.

As per thelicense, picture from Global Warming Art. Original found here.





Bush Resigns - the nightmare is over

The nation breaths a sigh of relief as the dictator steps down. Today, as an april fools day joke, President Bush resigned, but to his befuddlement it was actually binding. Flustered and upset, the former president swiftly made his way to Paraguay. In his wake, Bush leaves a crashing economy due to overspending, a gutted constitution and global hatred for Americans. The people wish him a fond farewell.

When it says duplicate story, DONT PROCEDE!

WTF? Whats with the clowns continuously submitting duplicates? Same fuckers, over and over again. Cripes! We hate you. DIE!

And btw.. everyone who says 'I know this will be dugg down' or 'I know this will be burried' - no shit, that's because you're a moron and asking to be dug down. End the stupidity now.

In other Digg news... this Monday is digg down littlegreenfootballs day. Spend your lunch hour pushing down the mouth breather agenda.

Next week: Conspiracy folk.

Does anyone remember the hacker chat system Lutzifer?

I'm just curious. It's been a reallllllly long time since I've spoken to anyone from that old german chat in the good ole x.25 days. Surely someone's still around ... most everyone I knew got arrested or went legit and never looked back. So WTF, statute of limitations is up... anyone wanna rehash old times?


Video: Pretty Things - LSD

Pretty Things - LSD

Video: Detroit Cobras - Bad Girl

Detroit Cobras - Bad Girl

Video: Detroit Cobras - Bad Girl

Detroit Cobras - Bad Girl