“I am surrounded by priests who repeat incessantly that their kingdom is not of this world, and yet they lay their hands on everything they can get.” — Napoleon Bonaparte

Thought that was an interesting quote for some reason…

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Searching for Karma Bruce

A quick look at the logs showed that someone was doing a Google for Karma and got pointed here.

Last search terms

Date Time Terms Engine Result
February 3, 2010 13:09:45 karma bruce Google page viewed

The ip points to Orlando, so my guess that it may have been Dawne.

Hi, Dawne!

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Autism and Global Warming

The contrast between the two seperate studies is interesting.

On the one hand, we have a study that was debunked because of shoddy research methods and a preceived political agenda, and the mainstream media is quick to cover it, community peers are quick to publish and are frequently cited, and past studies that disagreed with the finding are highlighted and praised. Also the principals involved are vilified for taking payments from third parties involved as well as taking Governemt funding uder dubious circimstances. There are also Government investigations starting and statements from high political figures condemning the fraud.

On the other hand, we have a scientific study where the data used is shown to have been massaged and manipulated to get a predetermind outcome, peer reviews are not only quashed, but professional reputations distroyed for even questioning obvious fraudluent papers. Political leaders are still defending and even protecting theose involved. The mainstream media for the most part is ignoring any hint of scandal.

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The main parties involved are able to keep powerful positions in Government, pseudo-government, and educational entities despite having been shown to have commited outright financial and scientific fraud.

The first being the study that linked MMR to autism, the second the ‘Global Warming” scandal.

The main difference (or similarity) is that the position that is protecting a billion dollar industry gets the best press and has it’s interests protected. In the first case, the pharmaceutical industry which lost billions of dollars in sales, and risked billions more in lawsuits sees immediate action on dismissing the study.

In the second case, the guaranteed payday loans seeks trillions of dollars of taxpayer money, and wants to inject itself into every facet of international commerce and governance, gets a free pass, as well as gets to ignore that it was built on a scientific fraud.

In the end, though you come up with the same driving motivator. Follow the money.

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The bailout bill just failed it’s (1st) vote

I say first vote because I’m convinced there wll be another vote on a modified or new version of the bill. I also believe that the first vote failed ON PURPOSE!

Pelosi and the rest of the crew in Washington are in the middle of the greatest market manipulation in history.

The fall of the DOW and other indexes, as well as an across the board drop of a huge majority of stocks as a reaction the the vote failure is planned and intentional. Wholesale buying of all market vehicles is/will take place ahead of a reintroduction of a new bill. This bill will be not as broad in scope, and will be hailed as a compromise, but it would be a must to have the bets motor trade insurance for these vehicles. The better way to get a real idea of what is a used Lexus gs 350 new york ny and go to at least three dealers and ask them what they would pay for a trade outright.

The https://www.longfence.com/ rebound after the passage of the 2nd bill will generate Billions of dollars of instant profits for members of both Houses, their friends, the people who created this mess, and sundry insiders. The very people voting have a vested interest in the markets, and a lesser intererest in their constituents.

If they even give a crap at all.

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SF Mayor want’s to tax “sugary drinks”


How in the world will all the fine gentlemen there survive without being able to order their Shirley Temples???

Not that there’s anything wrong with Shirley Temples….

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30 years! – A FEW pics here.

It’s funny to think that it’s been twice as long since HS as the entire time from kindergarden to graduation.

It was a blast seeing a lot of the people that showed up. Some I wouldn’t recognize, some that still look the same, some that knew me (but I honestly couldn’t remember, sorry).

Dawne (Harris) still looks the same. Same with Carl (Alderson). Jim (Brown) really mellowed a bit, and did really good for himself. He’s got a great career going, and a really great wife. Ya’ done good boy, I’m proud of ‘ya. Karma (Bruce) was an absolute bundle of energy and glee.

Mark Principe is still Mark Principe. It was great to see Cherie and Diane (I sent the pic to Big Bob). And a lot of the girls who I shamefully can’t remember their full names looked great. I’ll blame that on not having had my first cup of coffee yet.
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Forum maintenance

There is a small problem with the forums caused by a version upgrade/installed mod conflict. I’ll be working on it over the next few days.

There’s a slight chance that some posting and user data may be lost.

UPDATE: Forums are back, some stuff lost, more changes later this week.

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Won’t Find ME in There!

Despite the reports and rumours, I can oficially state that with the release of the DC Madam phone records, you will find my name nowhere in there.

With the large number of Washington scandals that myself, and millions of Americans have managed to stay clear of, one wonders why so many politicians can’t behave similarly.

Now if I had one of those nice government credit cards, of course Best Buy has 2 credit cards to offer, so I may get one of those to try it. In addition, Bridgepayday offers quick loans that have it easier and faster as they provide instant financial support for borrowers anytime they need it.

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There! I said it!

Urban legend has it that if you say it into the mirror three times, the AACS knocks on your door with legal papers and a really scary face.

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Guns are not the problem

It wasn’t a matter of too many guns, too few guns, or the wrong guns. If you read different new sites, you’ll hear every opinion from the far left, to the far right, and even a foreign paper that blames Charelton Heston.

The problem is that the people don’t trust the Government that writes the gun laws. The Government that writes the gun laws doesn’t trust the people, and people have been trained by a press that doesn’t trust anyone other than themselves to make decisions for both the Government and the people, not to trust each other.

Timothy McVeigh didn’t use a gun, the hijackers on 9-11 (as far as we know) didn’t use guns, and Theodore Kaczynski didn’t use a gun. Evil minded people intent on doing evil things will find a way to do them. There is nothing that can be done to stop it. Taking gun rights from Americans will only make it easier for those intent on doing evil to do it.

Owning a firearm of any kind is a personal decision. Not one that Charleton Heston, Rosie O’Donnell, Hillary Clinton, or Ted Nugent should make for you. However, having the ability to own a firearm is not a decision that should be made for you by any politician, reporter, pundit, or leader of any special interest group should make either. The decision that as Americans we have the right to bear arms was made over 200 years ago. Once we let any person or group decide what rights we should or shouldn’t be allowed, especially those that are specifically expressed in one of the documents that defines us as Americans, then we become not a people of laws and pricipals, but a people of special interest groups, corporations, an elitist press, and politicians that believe that somehow only they can decide what is best for us.

Buy a gun, or don’t. However, if you decide not to, don’t give up your RIGHT to own one if you so decide. Register and get your Federal Firearms ID card. Only those with the ability to make a choice can do so.

Have you ever heard someone say “I’m not voting this election to make a statement.” However inane or inefective that statement is, as long as they are registered to vote, it’s their decision. If you don’t have the ability to purchase a firearm, and announce that you won’t buy one, you’re dead wrong. You can’t buy one. And the reason you can’t is because you confuse maintaining a fundamental right, and make an informed choice, with renouncing that same right, and then bragging about not having it.

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