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  1. Mini US says:

    More of “Its For Your Own Good” talk from shiny orange Hilary.

  2. Mini US says:

    Re: previous post…

    “Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez has expressed fears the move would amount to preparation for an invasion of his country by US forces.”

  3. SAY there…

    How does the PMF actually process funding?

    I don’t see any PAYPAL icons or the like…

    although I “reserved” a copy…
    but the funding is still ZERO
    (yah, I know… it’s still BETA)

  4. Youri carma says:

    A personal message about Evil

    I know what Evil is cause I’ve bin there. Not literally but learing by knowing thyself. Everybody has an evil side even if they know it or not.

    And from what I’ve envisioned from my bad side, “Oh boy, you don’t wonna be there” I can tell you!

    People who have this knowledge of themselves know this is true but they are better able to control this for the better or, like some of them unfortunately, for the worse.

    So we not only have to fight this “homo homini lupus” Wolf (Lupus) inside ourselves but also in other people who are not aware and awake.

    I’ve been on the Island Patmos where Johannes wrote his new testimonies ” Revelations.” I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.

    From my own personal expieriences I know there is more “between heaven and earth” than many suspect and I am not the only one.

    Remember God only helps those who help themselves.

    Let the force be with you my friends.

    I’ve you read this you know your the resistants

    End of Message

    Youri Carma

  5. There is no Evil
    There is no Good

    It’s all just a relative thing
    in y’all’s neighbourhood…

    What would an alien think?
    Why is this bag’o’blood
    wiggling his dink?

  6. Mini US says:

    @Your Carma.
    I have a theory.
    It goes…
    “If you think you are good at something, chances are you are not as good as you think you are. Inversely, if you think you are bad at something, chances are you are better at it than you think you are”
    Its like driving a car. Usually people who think they are good drivers are the worst drivwers and the ones who think they suck are really careful, etc.
    Just a theory, but I agree that if you(one) think you are evil Chances are you probably aren’t as bad as you think. In fact you probably work harder at being ‘good’ knowing that you have an evil side (as you say we all do). Therefore are a good person, or at very least a better person than you think you are.
    Take heart in my theory and smile 🙂

  7. Dante says:

    How do you think these people are going to hold up as things get really tough?

    Squeaking by on $300,000

  8. Youri carma says:

    @Mini US

    It is a realy good theory, TnX!

    @Giuseppe Bagodonutti “What would an alien think?”

    An Alien would look at the earth and see that there are some strange beings picking up the shit for some wolf type being and would start thinking about “Who is actually in charge here?” 🙂

  9. @Youri

    I’ve been under the assumption that aliens would assume Cows, Cats, and Dogs rule us…

    We serve them…

  10. Youri carma says:

    People have become Nihilists

    People think that if they stay in their little MSM invented tunnel vision world and just stay happy, everything will be allright.

    In fact people became Nihilistic and don’t want to see the truth cause that disturbes their “Happy View” on the world.

    They rather keep looking through pink glasses, be Koelee drinkers and stick their head in the sand.

    Some of them don’t even there head from a hole in the ground and unfurtantely can’t be helped although we wish otherwise.


  11. Youri carma says:

    90% of U.S. currency tainted with cocaine. Which city’s is the worst? – Los Angeles Times Blogs

  12. @Youri

    You’re too optimistic…
    People aren’t nihilists
    They are indolent belly-button lint bong smokers

    But that’s what we are for…
    Tell the People…
    it’s the best we can do…
    I spread the word
    even to street denizens high on crack
    (they are actually good disseminators of the Gospel)
    it’s like this article on the Critical Mass of Enlightenment
    when enough people come to the realization,
    then society EXPLODES in Consciousness
    I’ve never met a true Nihilist
    becuz they DON’T EXIST

    Old story…
    I knew that shit when I was 9 years old…
    I’m surprised the Ass-Munching Turd-Tokers are rehashing that story for their pathetic ratings…

  13. Youri carma says:

    Giuseppe Bagodonutti

    However not many, who know me, would suspect cause of my depresive nature sometimes, I am indeed and truly an optimist.

    But people often confuse my pure realistic views with unrealistic acording to their little pinky world and a lot of them are intelectuals too who think the should stay deformed by their work or pick of “friends” which best suits their “Happy Pappy Pinky Vieuw”.

    But I like “They are indolent belly-button lint bong smokers” 🙂

    But their bunche of so called intelectuals among them too.

  14. @Youri

    RE: Depressive Nature

    There’s a couple type of people that Fish

    Some just cast the rod into the water aimlessly,
    hoping to bag a Carp…

    Others put on the Polarized sunglasses
    so they can peer through the reflective surface
    and see the fish underneath…

  15. Youri carma says:

    Marc Faber ( Dr. Realist and cerainly not like MSMs, who are Nihilists and name him Dr. Doom) said that Money is tightening. In my vieuw it could have been a tightened money supply all along cause just little of the 24 trill stimulus went into the real economy as this seems more and more likely now deflation is actualy happening and not only in the U.S. also Japan, China, the Netherlands etc..

    We also must not forget that in a declining economy with a negative multiplier you can’t have inflation that easy and when credit money suply thightends for all kind of Banksters related reasons, deflation is not a surprise. Although oil prices make the main price desicions for all products for obvious reasons.

    Commodities will keep rising cause there’s nowhere else to go with a, in the long term eventually and uninevitably, sliding dollar. Volatility has not to be confused with long term insides.

    People and Countries only can turn to more “tangible goods” in last resort besides Silver and Gold. Commodeties will rise only on the simple fact that people have no where else to go.

    The Stockmarket is a laughing stock were only some volatility traders remain beside the high velocity and frequency frontrunning trader Goldman Sachs.

    My Comment on:
    Despite PPI Decline, Breakfasts Aren’t Cheaper

  16. Youri carma says:

    Mistake Not trader Goldman Sachs but trator Goldman Sachs, sorry!

  17. Youri- People don’t have evil “sides”, they most likely have diminished frontal lobes. “Good” and “Evil” are pretty simplified and archaic constructs, much like “heaven” and “hell”.

    People do “evil” things, but they do them, usually, for extremely petty reasons. You could say people are simple-minded and petty and therefore do evil things, which would be closer to the mark.

    One of the most evil people I’ve ever heard about was Mother Theresa.

    Lordy was she an evil bitch.

  18. dan valley says:

    @ YOURI………this is what an alien or anyoneone with the capacity for critical thinking would ponder of the the human race…………The Four Horsemen
    of the Apocalypse
    Back in 1980 novelist WILLIAM S. BURROUGHS addressed the Eco-Technic Institute.
    A transcript of his ‘prophetic'(?) talk.
    This article appeared in
    New Dawn Magazine No. 37, July-August 1996 Horsemen of the Apocalypse.html
    By William S. Burroughs
    I’m speaking here as a writer of fiction, and of course many of the hypotheses and theories and ideas
    and suggestions that I will put forward may horrify a scientific audience. But they’re to be seen from a
    fictional point of view. My subject is The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, which were Famine,
    Plague, War, and Death…
    Portentous and purposeful as the priest advancing on a dying man to administer the Last Rites, so the four caballeros by
    their solid presence indicate that Time has been called for that particular biologic or sociological experiment. Closing time,
    gentlemen… dinosaurs bellow piteously, Famine saddles up his cayuse and gallops through swamplands leaving a
    dustbowl behind him… and the outmoded dinosaurs subside into museum skeletons, gaped at by human spectators. And
    the day of the spectators will come too.
    At the present time, the situation of course with regards to the Four Horsemen is much more complicated than it was
    before man appeared on the scene, there the most important Horseman was probably Famine. At the present time, the
    subject of the experiment, in this case the human species, can to some extent control the conditions of the experiment,
    but this isn’t such an advantage as one would think since they cannot control themselves. The human creature has
    demonstrated through the centuries a stubborn disinclination to control himself. However, if I may indulge in whimsy, had
    we been dinosaurs we might have built great dams to preserve supplies of water and protect our way of life and we might
    have hunted down the despicable mammals as the egg-sucking rats they were. Some have advanced theories that the
    mammals ate the dinosaurs’ eggs and undermined them that way though many other factors were at work in the
    disappearance of the dinosaurs.
    There is such basic disagreement as to how existing conditions can be altered, by exactly who and for the benefit of
    whom, there doesn’t appear to be any sort of agreement. And stupidity and short-sighted self interest may well swamp
    Spacecraft Earth before the Horsemen can saddle up. Meanwhile, the Spectral Riders are being eagerly wooed by the
    CIA and similar agencies in other countries… wise, far-sighted men who will no doubt use their awesome knowledge of
    Famine, Plague, War and Death for the good of all mankind.
    “Put that joker Death on the line. Take care of Mao and that gang of cut-throats.”
    Actually, Western society is so constructed as to concentrate the greatest power in the worst possible hands. See,
    practically anything has military applications. So really the most important knowledge is now Top Secret classified.
    Famine, seemingly the most fortuitous of the quartet, is transcending the caprices of weather, deforestation and
    overpopulation and getting a new look. We can in fact extend the area of Famine to include the lack of any substance or
    condition essential to the support of life. We can in fact create needs quite as overwhelming or compulsive as the need for
    food and water. Drug addiction is of course an example of a biologic need artificially produced by the administration of
    drugs. And no doubt drugs much more habit-forming than heroin could be produced in the laboratory by jiggering and
    tinkering with the habit-forming molecules.
    We now have substances which could be introduced into the water supply, or even in gaseous form into the enemy air,
    that have no effect unless it is withdrawn. And then a battery of crippling symptoms would develop, reducing the enemy to
    complete impotence. There are certain metabolic illnesses in which the subject is unable to absorb certain essential
    vitamins and minerals no matter how much he ingests. In fact, it is not far-fetched to conceive of inducing metabolic
    changes that would make the absorption of any nutriments impossible: no matter how much he eats the person would die
    of starvation.
    The alliance between War and Plague was cemented with the first germ experiments and in this area there have been a
    number of interesting developments. Despite a lot of talk about discontinuing such experiments and closing down the
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    biologic and chemical warfare centres, Fort Dietrich, in Maryland is now dedicated to cancer research. And cancer
    research, incidentally, overlaps the more sophisticated areas of biologic weaponry.
    As early as World War II, England had a Doomsday Bug which was a mutated virus produced by exposing such viruses
    as hepatitis and rabies to radiation. Now we know that a number of experiments have been carried out on exposing fruit
    flies to radiation. These experiments conclusively showed that there were no favorable mutations resulting from exposure
    to radiation… certainly not on fruit flies. Now one wonders why they didn’t carry these experiments further and expose
    microscopic and sub-microscopic life to radiation. The answer is, undoubtedly they did and are doing just that but it’s Top
    Secret. It is difficult to believe that such a promising line of research was abandoned and disturbing to speculate where
    that research is at the present time…
    And there is an item from the London Times, 18th April, 1971:
    “New Cancer Virus Made By Accident… A completely new virus, probably capable of producing cancer in humans, has
    been made by accident in an American laboratory… Fears expressed by cautious scientists that such medical research
    could inadvertently produce new human diseases instead of curing existing ones. The new agent was discovered by Dr.
    Abramson of the National Cancer Institute, near Washington. Under special conditions, the mouse virus could be
    persuaded to infect human cancer cells in a test tube, though the process was extremely inefficient. Dr. Abramson now
    reports, in Nature, that the mouse virus has changed its nature. It has become highly infective to human cells and
    completely non-infective to mouse cells.”
    In other words, we have a permanent change. A major genetic change has occurred in the virus and what amounts to a
    completely new virus has emerged. The virus has picked up a human gene and incorporated it, giving it the ability to
    multiply readily in human cells. Sir Macfarlane Burnet, in The Lancet, sounds a word of warning, of the “almost
    unimaginable catastrophe of a virgin soil epidemic involving all the populous regions of the world”. The age-old dream of a
    selective pestilence is now within the reach of modern technology.
    This is also from the London Times, about 1970:
    “Ethnic weapons that wipe out one race and leave another unharmed could soon be developed, according to leading
    geneticist. Carl Larsen (a Norwegian) said recently: ‘Ethnic weapons would employ differences in human genetic
    configurations to make genetic variations which would make genocide a particularly attractive form of war.’ (I’m quoting,
    this is not my opinion.) Writing in the U.S. Army Military Review, Larsen argues that enzyme levels can vary according to
    race; the absence of certain enzymes can cause death. Enzyme deficiency could be exploited by chemical warfare.”
    It would probably be possible to develop a chemical which will act as an enzyme inhibitor. Say you find an enzyme
    inhibitor to which 90% of Europeans would be vulnerable, which affects only 10% of Africans. Since the inhibitor could tell
    friend from foe, no matter how intermingled, it is the superselective military weapon. It is what all military thinkers dream
    of. Larsen admitted that “more genetic research was needed before ethnic weapons became a practical reality,” but again
    this was ten years ago.
    Selection of course could be carried much further, even to the point of an illness that affects only people with certain traits
    of character, since character is an expression of an overall metabolic configuration. That is, there is a rage metabolism, a
    metabolism associated with covert hostility, and so on. So it would be possible to carry your selective pestilence much
    Well, it seems that War, Plague and Famine are merging. What about the Last Horseman… Death, a pale horse, a pale
    rider? Can Death maintain a separation from the means by which Death is produced? Can he stay separate from the
    horseman and get out there and do the job, or is the union between Death and the instrument of Death about to be
    consumated? There are those who think so.
    Herald-Tribune, June 8, 1970: “The Synthetic Gene Revolution.” This is the first synthetic gene by Dr. Hare Khorana, at
    the University of Wisconsin. And there’s been a lot of research since. They’ve created an artificial gene; news that ranks
    with the splitting of the atom as a milestone in our control or lack of control of the physical universe.
    “It is the beginning of the end” – this was the reaction to the news from the science attache at one of Washington’s major
    embassies. “If you can make genes you can eventually make new viruses for which there is no cure. Any little country with
    good biochemists could make such biological weapons. It would only take a small laboratory.” If it can be done, someone
    will do it. To be sure, it’s almost science fiction but science fiction has a bad habit of coming true. In fact, it frequently
    surpasses the fact. The facts of science are now surpassing science fiction, and we have a lot of books that would be
    classified as scientific fact: a novel like The Terminal Man, there’s nothing in there that isn’t within the reach of modern
    Of course, the Gentlemen Riders have no meaning outside of human context, they are in fact human inventions. So let us
    examine the human context.
    The first thing that would impress a visitor from outer space would be the tremendous, inexplicable gap between potential
    and performance. It’s amazing when you consider what the human organism could do in terms of its potential, and what it
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    actually does. No species that isn’t fundamentally flawed could be so stupid this consistently. Let us consider the human
    organism as an artifact. Comparative evolution will show us what is wrong with it and how far it has to go.
    You have the first airplanes… now, take one look at that artifact and you see that everything is wrong with it. They were
    incredibly dangerous, they had a very short range, and to be anything more than a curiosity it has a very long way to go…
    So now up here’s your present planes and rockets and so forth… and all the steps in between… well now take an artifact –
    see, we can see that this artifact is in a rudimentary stage and that it has a very long way to go, we could see that back
    then. We don’t have to see all this development to know that if this is going to do anything at all it’s got to make a number
    of forward steps. Now take an artifact like the bow I’ll put it up here – what’s wrong with it? Very little. It’s gone about as far
    as you can go on the principle of a projectile propelled by an elastic spring – you can use rubber bands, it’s the same
    principle. The artifact is subject to a basic limitation: the stronger the bow, the more energy required to draw it. It can’t go
    very much further. Now of course modern bows have appeared and there are a lot of hobbyists who hunt with bows. They
    kill bears and I think even lions, and undoubtedly these bows, modern bows, are much better than anything that people
    had five hundred years ago. But they’re not all that much better. They’re not basically different or basically much better.
    Now take another artifact down here, the flintlock rifle or pistol. Take one look at that artifact and ask yourself what is
    wrong with it. Just about everything. They didn’t even have the firepower of the bow; they took much longer to load and
    prepare them. They misfired very frequently; rain and wind would render the weapon quite useless – if rain gets in the pan
    it won’t ignite. Black powder is dangerous, very much more volatile than smokeless powder. It’s very dangerous to
    transport and use, static electricity will set it off; if you shuffled across the floor and picked up a canister of black powder
    that would be a very dangerous thing to do – it’d blowup… So it has a very long way to go.
    Up here to modern automatic weapons, another factor comes in and that’s the factor of money. Money and profit
    becomes very important because as soon as an article goes into mass production they don’t want to know about a better
    article. And they particularly don’t want to know about one that is basically different, because the most expensive thing a
    manufacturer can do is to junk his dies. He’s got his dies set up to manufacture the very inefficient internal combustion
    engine, he doesn’t want to shift to a turbine. So he will suppress inventions. Very useful inventions are now suppressed…
    And we can also see living creatures as artifacts. When you take an artifact like the weasel, well what’s wrong with it?
    Well, not much. It’s limited, but in terms of its structure and goals it functions well enough; it has reached the limit of its
    development. And you look at the human artifact: what’s wrong with it? Just about everything, it’s right down here with the
    flintlock… It’s got a long way to go.
    First the question as to what distinguishes the human animal from other animals is one of the very frequent questions, and
    Korzybski, who started the idea of general semantics, the meaning of meaning, had I think the best answer: it’s language.
    But language must not be confused with communication. You see animals communicate and they talk, but they don’t
    write. They can’t make knowledge available to members of their species outside their communication range. Everything
    they learn they have to learn during their lifetime. Now a wise old rat will know a great deal about poisons and traps, but
    he can’t write a treatise which other rats could read, he can’t pass that knowledge on to rats over here or to future
    generations of rats… very fortunate… for us. Now to get back to the human artifact; one of the things that distinguishes
    man is language, that animals talk but they don’t write. They’ve got no way of writing something down so that it can be
    available through space and time. Actually, we know that some people don’t write, but the whole of human language they
    can pass on orally, which animals cannot. Language is essentially a symbolic system where something represents
    something else. You can’t draw a map, it doesn’t mean anything to an animal; you can’t get an animal to read a map, but
    illiterate, so-called illiterate people can.
    Well, let’s consider the human artifact and what is wrong with it. Consider a creature that can live on the seacoast,
    watching ships come in, day after day, year after year, and still believe the Earth is flat because the Church says so. They
    knew the Earth was round. They believed it was flat. Or an artifact that can use cannonballs for 500 years before the idea
    of a cannonball that explodes on contact blossoms in this barren soil. I could go on and on.
    So why has the human artifact stayed back with the flintlock? Well, I’m advancing a theory that we were not biologically
    designed to remain in our present stage any more than a tadpole is designed to remain a tadpole. The human is in a state
    of neotony – that’s a biologic word we’ve already heard from Dr. Lotsch used to describe an organism fixated at what
    would normally be a larval or transitional phase. Now ordinarily a salamander starts his life cycle in the water with gills;
    later the gills atrophy and drop off and the animal develops lungs and comes up to land: then they go back and spend the
    rest of their lives in the water and they have to come up to breathe. Just why they do that I don’t know.
    However, there are certain salamanders who never lose their gills and they never leave the water. Now they’d be
    considered in a state of neotony. The Xolotl salamander, found in Mexico, is an example. And scientists, moved by the
    plight of this beautiful creature gave him an injection of hormones, whereupon he shed his gills and left the water after
    ages of neotony. Whether this was any advantage to him is another question. (Laughter). It does seem advantageous if
    you’re gonna spend much of your time in the water to have gills, but evolution is a one-way street. Once you lose your
    gills you can never get them back. I think it’s a little too much to hope we could be jolted out of neotony by a single
    injection. But by whatever means the change takes place, if it does take place, the change will be irreversible. The Xolotl,
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    of course, once he sheds his gills can never reclaim them. This law of evolution… I don’t know any reason for it but it
    seems to be a law – the whales must have been on land at one time: they lost their gills and they never got them back.
    Now when we consider these evolutionary steps, one has a feeling that the creature is tricked in a way into making them.
    Now here is a fish that has survived droughts because he has developed feet or rudimentary lungs. As far as the fish is
    concerned, the feet are simply a means of getting from one water source to another or of going down into the mud and
    waiting out the drought. But once he leaves his gills behind he has made an involuntary step – I won’t say forward exactly –
    but a step. Looking for water he has found air. And perhaps a forward step for the human race will be made in the same
    The astronaut is not looking for Space, he’s looking for more Time to do exactly the same things. He’s equating Space
    with Time and the Space program is simply an attempt to transport all our insoluble problems, our impasses, and take
    them somewhere else where exactly the same thing is bound to occur. However like the walking fish, looking for more
    Time he may find space instead, and then find that there is no way back. Now such an evolutionary step would involve
    changes literally inconceivable from our present point of view.
    Many of these ideas I have incorporated into a novel on which I’m now working. I’ve had several titles for this novel, and
    the title that I have more or less decided on in the course of this conference is Place of Dead Roads – Planet Earth. I’ll
    read a few pages here…
    “As a prisoner serving a life sentence can think only of escape, so Kim (this is my hero) took it for granted that the only
    purpose of his life was Space travel. He thought of this as not so much a change of a locality but as a change of
    dimension, the basic change of a being with all its surroundings like the switch from water to land. But you see, there had
    to be the air-breathing potential first. That’s where you start. And what is it that you must alter in order to make these
    “The first step towards Space exploration was to examine the human artifact with biologic alterations in mind that would
    render our human artifact more suitable for Space conditions and Space travel. Now we are like water creatures looking
    up from here at the earth and the air and wondering how we can survive in that alien medium. Fish didn’t have the
    capacity to do that: we do. The water we live in is Time. That alien medium we glimpse beyond Time is Space. And that is
    where we are going… Kim read all the science fiction books and stories he could find and he was stunned to find the
    assumption, the basic assumption, that there is no real change involved in Space travel, same dreary people playing out
    the same tired old roles. Take that dead act into Space. Now here they are light years from Planet Earth watching cricket
    and baseball on a vision screen…. can you imagine taking their stupid pastimes light years into Space. It’s like the fish
    said, ‘Well, I’m gonna just shove this aquarium up onto the land and there I’ve got everything I need…’ (laughter)… you
    need entirely too much.
    “Well, to begin with there is the question, of weight, the human organism weighs about 170 pounds and that is a decided
    disadvantage. But also this breathing- eating-excreting-dreaming human organism must have its entire environment, its
    awkward life process encapsulated and transported with it… into Space. And one wonders – Kim goes into his academic
    act, letting his bifocals slip down onto his nose like a professor launching into a well-worn joke – one wonders, gentlemen,
    if this crew doesn’t perhaps have a pet elephant essential to its welfare that it’s gonna take along…”
    Now, regarding this question of weight, we have a model at hand of a much lighter body, in fact a body which is virtually
    weightless and I’m referring to the astral dream body, which some scientists don’t believe in. But this model gives us a
    clue to the changes we must undergo. When I say must, I am speaking not in moral, but in biologic terms. And the dream
    also gives us insight into Space conditions. One of the more interesting facts of dream research, has established that
    dreaming is a biologic necessity. You see, they can tell now when an animal or a person is dreaming by the brainwaves,
    the REM waves, and research has established that if dream sleep is cut off every time they see sleep brainwaves they
    wake the animal up – no matter how much dreamless sleep he is allowed, irritability, restlessness, hallucinations and
    eventually coma, convulsions and death would result. He’d show all the symptoms of sleeplessness no matter how much
    sleep he was allowed… I don’t know what Freud would have made of that… Kim saw dreams as a vital link to his biologic
    and spiritual destiny in Space, and deprived of this airline he would die. The way to kill a man or a nation is to cut off their
    dreams in the way that whites took care of the Indians, they cut off their dreams, their magic, and they tended to die out.
    So I’m starting here with a basic assumption which of course many of you will, cannot accept: that our destiny – again I’m
    talking about our biologic destiny – is in Space, and that our failure to achieve this is the basic flaw in the human artifact.
    That’s why it’s back here, down here with the flintlock instead of being somewhere up here.

  19. @Skinny Scott

    Gandhi, too!!!
    He was ready to lead people unto their passive and ignorant DEATH, like sacred cattle!!!
    That crazy pacifist !!!

  20. Youri carma says:

    friendly REQUEST

    if yourre /seekingalpha logged? PLEASE VOTE ME UP!

    Commodities will keep rising

    WEll TnX!

    Much Apreciated!

  21. Youri carma says:

    Don’t seem to have a lot of friends on seekingalpha logged…LOL!

    Ah! Friends what are they good for anyways?

    They only cost you precious coding time.

    Maybe I’ll move to Japan they don’t seem to like friends either.

    Japanese company does thriving trade in ‘fake friends’


  22. Dear Dan Valley,

    Becuz of you,
    I put on William S Burroughs’
    I haven’t listened to it in 10 years
    (maybe 7)

    I blame you…
    Ah Pook the Destroyer

  23. Mr Supergeek says:

    re: the horror…Wow!..I thought you would have seen ‘Apocalypse Now’….already!….please don’t go all capt.Kurtz on us……Oops I forgot you don’t talk to the captain you listen.

  24. Youri carma says:

    Be afraid: mathematical modelling of zombie attacks

    Scientists from University of Ottowa simulate ‘zombie’ outbreak (for real)

  25. Youri carma says:

    @Giuseppe Bagodonutti

    I only like fishing effectively with a net or fly fishing the least.

    The doctor is right in his diagnoses when he tells his patient “You should go fishing” Meaning staring in the water all day and catch shit! These people are truly insane and can’t be helped beside putting tnem a long side the water to not cause any harm to society.

  26. Sacramento Joe says:

    I support ON THE ROAD……

    Keep spreading the truth!



  27. @Youri


    Dan Valley was right
    Obama is Pook
    We are in new times…
    a new clock by which humanity sees only its vital parts
    at best
    nothing comes from within
    for God is Dead
    God is a worm in the rotting vegetable matter that we throw into the compost
    a passive investor
    a passive consumer
    the zombie of creation’s aberration

    (If Stacy is reading this string of 50, she’s probably wondering


  28. Youri carma says:

    @Mr Supergeek

    ‘Apocalypse Now’…Are you Kid’n Me!?


  29. Mr Supergeek says:

    Mornin’ Ya’All
    RE:be afraid etc…..sorry…but I am just getting taglines for film posters….but hey..youri stay calmer…and remember to try and always ‘Catch A Keepr’ otherwise the internet can just end up like throw the little ones back.

    ‘The doctor is right in his diagnoses when he tells his patient “You should go fishing” Meaning staring in the water all day and catch shit! These people are truly insane and can’t be helped beside putting tnem a long side the water to not cause any harm to society’

  30. Youri carma says:

    Marlon Brando Interview 1973 (Pt 1 of 6)

  31. Mr Supergeek says:

    Good Evenin’ Dude
    re:Stacy…WTF!!…I’m sure knowing Max as she does she is used to WTF moments by now…dunno maybe I need a break…because I haven’t had ‘WTF’ moment for a while…unless you count the nastzi sympathisers.

  32. Youri carma says:

    @Mr Supergeek

    Donnow where you exactly hinting at?

    Apocalyps Now is my favored movie in the genre. Loved Max when he begun with his very canny methaphor where in Paulson and Colenel Kurtz from the Colonel Kurtz Joseph Conrads novella Heart of Darkness was the inspiration.

    “Somebody like Colonel Kurtz from the movie Apocalyps now has to go up river and take him out” ; I am paraphrasing Max here.

    And Conrads novella Heart of Darkness was the big inspirationwhich for the making of the Apocalyps Now movie but now situated in the American Vietnam war.

    I think if you learn a little bit of how this movie all came together, in which the helicopters used in this movie where used for actuel combat in between the shoooting of the film for example.

    I think this youtube movie flick captures some of the madness making this movie

  33. Mr Supergeek says:

    I am really suspicious of the YT search engine..and also that YT is replacing real…well replacing quite a lot of real things actually!…arent you?

  34. Youri carma says:

    Obama’s approval rating on healthcare was at 41%, unchanged from last month

  35. Youri carma says:

    @Mr Supergeek

    YT? Have to fill me in here?

    Search engines spider and bot but can be used for whatever purpose. You can use other search engines but somtimes have to do some anti hijack even on the Mac nowadays. everybody should learn the bsics of anti hijack using the right progs on some level. Even Mac users won’t escape this.

  36. @youri

    RE: YT

    I think he means YouTube

  37. Youri carma says:

    @Giuseppe Bagodonutti TnX for clarifying if so.
    @Mr Supergeek

    YouTube search engine is sucks major in my opinion and they have some classifying Sys for giving suposely advice on the vids you wonna see, sucks too, to temporarely driv’n I think. YouTube Gots have to be removed immediately they stink like cowardly pigs on a hot day, unbearable.

  38. Mr Supergeek says:

    wow ‘Heart Of Darkness’ who woulda thought…seriously though…youri different looking looking link, oops same YouriTube clip….re:’YT’ logic and YT search engine… I rest my case….oh yeah as for the helicopters I’ve been trying to get that sound out of my head since I got back from ‘Nam’…that is why I can’t listen to heavy rock anymore…just takes me back to the…sorry you were saying something.

  39. Youri carma says:

    Cannabis chemicals may help fight prostate cancer

  40. Mr Supergeek says:

    @youri and all y’all
    remember frederick millen… that man was an original thinker and a doer..he really burned brightly…except he thought I was just taking the piss out of him….now if he said he’d seen things you wouldn’t believe, I woulda believed him….BTW I hate ‘bladerunner’ more than the matrix….gggrrrrhhh.

  41. Joe says:

    I’ve been patiently waiting for this to go online. Thanks for all the effort, and I wish you great luck.

    Money grows on the tree of persistence

    ~ Japanese proverb

  42. Youri carma says:

    Hurricane season better late than never for insurers 18 Aug 2009

  43. Youri carma says:

    Season’s first named Atlantic storm may be forming

  44. dan valley says:

    Interesting view point.

    Obviously it’s France’s fault for helping during the American revolution; allowing America to gain independence from England.

    Remember: Blame France for letting that young, poor, kid run away from home only to grow up on the streets a hooligan.

    Take responsibility, Europe!

  45. Youri carma says:

    @Mr Supergeek

    Yep, Rutger got this line from me. Thats when I bumped into Reeves cause he didn’t recognize me, tak’n the wrong pill that day I quess. Shortly after I saw Bob walk’n and I said “He Bob! He said ” you won’t believe what happened to me today” and I said” You know Bob, I don’t even wonna know!” and he went on with his walk’n.

  46. Mr Supergeek says:

    be afraid…the fly….you forgot that one….please take no notice of this comment….I’m just trying to figure out why my last two comments disap

  47. Youri carma says:

    WTF! Tobacco might produce vaccine for stomach virus

    Happy like Washington and never having any stomic problems except with Orange must have some reason? And no prostate cancer 🙂

  48. dan valley says:

    Dear Giuseppe Bagodonutti ………..

    Your welcome,and yes Obama is most certainly Pook as was Bush.

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