Sunday, September 26, 2010

The 'C' Influence: SP-8: Random Responses to Water Monsters, Clowns,C...

My contribution to the discussion over at C Influence on water monsters, and more, including noisy research and the elusive nature of the werid...

The 'C' Influence: SP-8: Random Responses to Water Monsters, Clowns,C...: "Clowns and CannibalsBruce begins his post with the question:'What makes a creature monstrous to us?' I found it interesting Bruce used, amo..."

Saturday, September 25, 2010

"Unexpected Banned Books" -- Only in Texas

Scary. Typical. Not surprising, from a state where in recent months the textbook gods in that state revamped the nations textbooks. Unexpected Banned Books. I mean, Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Illegal to dig on the beach; coutresy of BP

BP is still in control, and things aren't any different. They've capped the oil well, but it isn't over, despite what the mainstream news will have us believe. Despite the soft blanket of complacency that's settled on a lot of people who've tuned this out -- if they've listened at all.

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

9/11: "Missile" Mispeak

DOD Attempt at Destroying New Book Operation Dark Heart

Linda Moultan Howe reports on the DOD's attempts to buy up all copies of St. Martin's Press release: Operation Dark Heart, by Anthony Shaffer, who is retired military. This after, according to Howe, the government succeeded in forcing St. Martin's Press to make changes to the first run; even so, the Department of Defense, CIA, and other agencies want the books destroyed.  Why does our government want to ban this book? Read  here to find out. Clue words: Big Brother, fascism, police state, war crimes, surveillance . . . 

Howe has posted about this with link on her Facebook page, please do the same, and click the "share" button to pass it around. The more people who know this the better.

Sunday, September 5, 2010

New Zealand 7.1 Earthquake

New Zealand's 7.1 earthquake. Monitoring the earthquake site, not surprising; there has been a lot of activity in that region for awhile. According to the article on the Mail Online site there were few injuries and that's due to New Zealand's tough laws on regarding construction and earthquake codes.