Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Blue Wave?

...Talk of a Blue Wave, forgetting it's so necessary given religious fundamentalism worming its way into the Statehouse to legislate the morality of hypocrites and the ethics of psychopaths... United Religion, Church, Corporation, and State is the definition of Fascism and the recipe for same...

I'd see a Blue wave combating this disgusting idolatry of insentience and ignorance-worship roll in like the Tsunami compelled of an arriving asteroid: a white-hot wave of churning rock and boiling stone a thousand meters high and entirely irresistible at six times the speed of sound... Current Republicans must be SLUICED from our halls, there's right wing enough in the "DEMOCRAT" party, eh?  That kinda Blue wave.

"Paranoia runs deep . . . " not that there's anything wrong with that. Wake UP!

Mysterious Interceptor Towers: Whose?

Who is putting up interceptor cell towers? Mystery Deepens.

Mystery indeed. Article says the NSA is not responsible, but then again, they're the NSA and that's what they say. Anyhoo, when I tried to "blog this" using my handy feature to post to this blog, it didn't work. Numerous tried, nothing. First time that's happened. Coincidence? You know what they say about that.

International white collar criminals, organized crime, military, bankers (oops, already mentioned organized crime)  who knows. Theories abound.

Saturday, September 27, 2014

7 things you should know about the Forest Service's media restrictions in wilderness | OregonLive.com

And here's another item -- again, thanks to David Paulides -- about fees, permissions and what could happen to you if you take photos in a national forest. Say, don't we pay taxes and things as well as have free speech?

7 things you should know about the Forest Service's media restrictions in wilderness | OregonLive.com: As we reported, under rules being finalized, a reporter who shot a video or photo on an iPhone in 36 million acres of wilderness would first need to pay for a special permit.

Permits cost up to $1,500, says Forest Service spokesman Larry Chambers, and reporters who don't get them could face fines up to $1,000.

First Amendment advocates say the rules ignore press freedoms and are so vague they'd allow the Forest Service to grant permits only to favored reporters shooting videos for positive stories.

Alfred Lehmberg, New Contributor

I'm pleased to announce that Alfred Lehmberg is a contributing blogger here at Octopus Confessional. Now we're really in for a ride! Thanks Alfred for joining us.

Don't Take That Photo! The U.S. Forest Service Might Fine You $1,000

Grateful to author and researcher David Paulides, of the 411 books, for this link, who posted it on his FB page.

If you're not familiar with the work of Paulides, I encourage you to read his books. He has done in depth research into disappearances in the forests of the United States and Canada, and what he has discovered will surprise the hell out of you I'm sure. Eerie and strange, and veers into areas that might be unexpected for some. Hugely important in my opinion, and believe me, you'll rethink how and when you venture into the woods.

Don't Take That Photo! The U.S. Forest Service Might Fine You $1,000: Hey hikers, that scenic forest photo you just posted on Instagram may cost you a thousand dollar fine. According to a proposed update to U.S. Forest Service regulations, still photography or video taken in any of its 439 Federal Wilderness Areas is subject to permitting (costing up to $1,500) or you can face a $1,000 fine per photo.

A little-noticed USFS “interim rule” has been in place for four years, and is now being updated to include new restrictions on vaguely defined “commercial filming” in wilderness areas.

Thursday, September 25, 2014

Interpretation Of Christianity

I fail to see Matt Barber's justification for a penchant to shoving his hypocritical, pestilent, and hate-mongering interpretation of Christianity up my a$$, down my throat or in my ears... befouling all social sense and sensibility!  I resent, reject and revile same. Step OFF, Barbi!


...Self-loathing Black People... #1

...On the other hand you tortured prisoners in your care, essentially got thrown out of the Army and was REMOVED from Congress after one term once people got a good whiff of you, eh?

"Paranoia runs deep ... " ...not that there's anything wrong with that, per se.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal – Mandates All Homes Must Be Connected To An Electricity Grid | Collective-Evolution

Scary, but not surprising. They've been working towards making it illegal to be "off the grid" no matter in how small a manner that may be, since 9/11.

Florida Makes Off-Grid Living Illegal – Mandates All Homes Must Be Connected To An Electricity Grid | Collective-Evolution: It’s no secret that an opposition to sustainable living exists. Earlier this year, Texas state brought several SWAT teams to a sustainable community and threatened to shut it down. Each one of the community members were initially handcuffed at gunpoint. It was called “The Garden of Eden Community,” and was totally self sustainable. You can read more about that here.

This time, it’s Robin Speronis that’s come under fire. She lives off the grid in Florida, completely independent of the city’s water and electric system. A few weeks ago, officials ruled her off-grid home illegal. Officials cited the International Property Maintenance Code, which mandates that homes be connected to an electricity grid and a running water source. That’s just like saying our dependency on corporations isn’t even a choice. The battle to live without most utilities has been ongoing for Robin, the self-sufficient woman has lived for more than a year and a half using solar energy, a propane camping stove and rain water.

In the end, she was found not guilty of not having a proper sewer or electrical system; but was guilty of not being hooked up to an approved water supply.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Urban Outfitters Sells "Vintage" Blood-Spattered Kent State Sweatshirt

Urban Outfitters Sells "Vintage" Blood-Spattered Kent State Sweatshirt: In a strident display of bad taste, Urban Outfitters was selling a $130 "vintage" Kent State sweatshirt with fake blood splatter this weekend as an apparent homage to the 1970 shooting that left four dead. The sweatshirt is now listed as "sold out" in Urban Outfitter's online store. The shirt appears to have been a one-off sale, the site imploring customers, "We only have one, so get it or regret it!"

Read the rest at link.

Terror Attacks/ Super Soldiers - Shows - Coast to Coast AM

Should be interesting…

Terror Attacks/ Super Soldiers - Shows - Coast to Coast AM: First Half: William R. Forstchen, PhD, is a noted historian and public speaker on topics ranging from history to technology and cultural issues, to space technology development, to security threats. In addition to his expertise on EMP, he'll discuss his analysis of ISIS and detail the level of terror it could bring to the US heartland. (Coast to Coast)