Thursday, November 29, 2012

Hello? Syria? Anybody there? Come back soon.

I am adding to this post. I would like to say that if my government shuts down my access to the internet I would hope there would be somebody outside trying to correct that bullshit. I wish I could help the regular people in Syria. So, I am going to look for sites that are owned by the government there and at least go to the site. If everyone did it at least once then the site would be overwhelmed. Denial of service attack? I guess you could call it that but that is what is being done to the people. What is good for the goose is good for the gander.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Sanctuary: Florida church invites fugitives to surrender | Fox News

   I think this is an absolutely fantastic idea! Being afraid of the police in this country is a very real problem. This doesn't fix that problem but is sure does help. I once had a misdemeanor warrant(failure to appear when I was sued) and when I went to the police station to pay the fine-bail I was treated like crap. It took over twelve hours for them to process me and I was standing there with cash in hand. All in a holding cell. This is what people like me need. Somebody on our side when we try to do the right thing.

Sanctuary: Florida church invites fugitives to surrender | Fox News:

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Thursday, November 1, 2012

NYers are stuck up

Oh, the mess left by Sandy! OMG! Oh wait, that's not NYC. That's Syria. But we don't care about them, do we? It is not NY so it is ok. Let those people die and get flooded out and so what. Hell, New Yorkers don't even care about their own country. Haha I mean, Isaac, was a stronger hurricane and hardly any news, but if it is New York........... Get over yourselves. Yes, it was a storm. It caused some damage. The rest of the world calls it nature. Clean up now. Carry on.

   "Gonzalez shook her head at how shellshocked New Yorkers were after the storm. "I'm from Florida. Hurricanes come, and then they go. People are freaking out," she said."  


Isaac (NOLA)

And let's not forget 500 million without power. But it is ok, it's not NYC.