Sunday, January 25, 2015

Moore is better....

Someone once told me that filmmaker Michael Moore once said that Americans are "the dumbest people on earth." Ok, I agree, but why the urge to prove it all the time?

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Just 'cause I'm a Cop, Doesn't Mean I Have to Know the Law...

EIGHT TO ONE????

Are there NO good guys left on the court? I can imagine the NEXT cop stop:

"Well, I thought it was illegal to drive a RED CAR in this state. THAT'S why I pulled you over. And now, while I'm at it... I'm going to see what that bulge in your pants REALLY is!"

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

And GMOs will solve the problem of Pesticides... yeah right

I'm reproducing this in full. (Click on the image to see the whole thing.) It is encouragement enough to:

1. Avoid GMOs (ban them?)

2. Buy Dr. Bronner



Sunday, January 4, 2015

Give some, get some..


Now, I'm usually a fan of allowing whores to do their work and get paid for it. But these Congressmen! They're giving whoring a bad name!

Monday, December 15, 2014

Nah, it's just conspiracy theory

To those who say reports about secret government experiments, and World Trade Center attacks are "just conspiracy theory." Easy to dismiss... check out this TINY article from a NY Times of yesteryear.


Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Those Pesky Taxes

The Nokia company pays 49% of all taxes in Finland. Smaller corporations pay most of the rest. In the US, corporations complain that the taxes are too high, while many, like GE, pay NO TAXES!!!

This from Bernie Sanders:



Wednesday, November 5, 2014

How To Increase Longevity

I read an interview with Michael Bloomberg where he brags about increasing the longevity of New Yorkers. I don't have the exact quote, but it was a self-promoting piece implying that his anti-smoking laws and green spaces improved the health of New Yorkers.

Bullshit!

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What improved the health of New Yorkers was throwing out the poor and making this a city for rich people. Rich people live longer than poor people... by a lot. These statistics (from The Nation about Baltimore) show just how much.