29 December 2008

Bush asked to seize land for 9/11 memorial


Anyone see any irony?

27 December 2008

Melt together about 3 parts potassium nitrate fertilizer (Haifa brand) and 1 part sucrose. Pour into a steel tube, which has fins welded to it. Launch from rail. This is a Gaza rocket. Range: a few miles. Warhead: a few pounds of TNT with a rifle primer as the detonator, in the nose.


US-built supersonic warplanes dropping hundreds of hundred pound pounds on clay structures.

Well that's proportional.

BTW, the only casualties from the rocket attacks that provoked this: a few guys who CATOd their rocket on launch.

States sell off infrastructure and (illegal) monopolies like lotteries.

This is how the auto companies are spending their FAILout dollars, advertisements rubbing
it in.

We're too big to fail, though this is the second time you've bailed us out, and you're not! Enjoy watching our shiny new cars go by, as you hold up "will work for food" signs, generous citizen...

25 December 2008

Fill 'Er Up With Human FatPeter C. Beller, 12.22.08, 05:00 AM EST
How a Beverly Hills doctor powered his SUV using his patients' spare tires.


See, I told you that politicians and other useless debris could be rendered
into fuel!

Its like _Fight Club_, except that instead of harvesting and nitrating the glycerin
(obtained via esterification or saponification of human fat) you are using the fatty fragments as fuel; you could also turn them into soap, as in FC. In the biodiesel case, the glycerin is also waste, and could still be nitrated. See, fats are glycerin linked to fatty chains; you can add an alcohol group to the chains for biodiesel, or add an alkali metal and get soap; in either case you free up a glycerin.
Things to do with methanol, ie, HEET in the car-parts section of your local grocery.

With lye, also from your grocery, and oil, make biodiesel. You need to avoid water in this process, and its hard to remove water from ethanol, which would otherwise work.

With salt & detergent, separate & purify your DNA. Any alcohol, ethanol or isopropyl, will work.

With boric acid (roach powder from grocery) make green flame. You must use methanol as other alcohols have a yellowish flame that messes with the green.

With ground up greens (eg spinach) do some paper chromatography. You could use other alcohols or water for this too. You might get different results with different solvents.

Remember, MeOH is toxic and flammable.

Anyway, look 'em up, if you're bored on a break with a little kid.
Archbishop Tutu suggests using violence to remove Mugabe


"If he refuses, I really do believe that we have to invoke this new doctrine of responsibility to protect".

Asked whether that meant using force to remove Mugabe, Tutu said: "Yes, yes, or certainly the threat of it"."

I say, Kill em both. At least Mugabe isn't threatening sovereigns with force.

23 December 2008

Some legit uses of nuclear weapons.

Sudanese pirates.

Zimbabwe, once all the white farmers have left.

Any 20th century assemblage of states which forcefully resists its own voluntary dissolution.
Like the russians. Or romans. Do the math.

Heads of evil cults like the vatican, salt lake city, mecca, D of C and other nazis, etc.

Spring cleaning.

Super high me

A brilliant film.

21 December 2008

What is it, in the last few thousand years, that psychotic breaks let you start a religion? What ever happened to Nature?

No, instead, some palestinian ex-slave goes tripping, and we've got judaism. Then god rapes a little palestinian girl, and Jesus picks up the messianic complex. Then Mohamed goes psycho and starts pretending he's the man. WTF?

What ever happened to itinerant philosophers like Mr. Buddha, or even local dudes into the smoother way like Confuscious? And why are amerind belief systems not more popular? And the whole use of religious pharmaceuticals is oppressed here.

Time to dissolve the union, become a continent of independent assemblies of a few states. The evil on the east coast can be cut out, like any tumor. The citizenry, at least the honest ones, will survive the surgery.

"Steven Seagal may be a tad egomaniacal, but that's the hazard with the job of being a god."

Saw a car with a few dozen bumper stickers today. One said, "Not a billionaire left behind". I slowed down to read them all, before passing them with my single Ron Paul message. Yes I'm a dreamer, at least I'm principled. See you in 2012 if there's a nation left.
Zoroastrianism == Hawaiian volcano religions

Both are based on seeing fire from the ground and going, in a pre-industrial way, "wow".

Same with Thor, and lightening.


In the modern world, with a modern, humane belief system,
you are obligated to understand these phenomena (oil seeps, magma chambers, electrical discharge) and (contrary to many dumbass theists' interpretations) encouraged to retain the AWE.
As a transzen person, you also must have a certain emotional and cultural detachment to not only awesources but everything. Especially the religions of government and culture.

Knock wood. Never collaborate; sabotage evil.

"Red red wine make me feel so fine." ---Peter Tosh
If a referendum can remove constitutionally protected rights, we can ban Mormonism.
Not just the authentic polygamy with underage girls, but the watered down modern
version that has been neutered so they could continue their abuse, but only on one
wife at a time.

Lets vote, and clear the state of this abhorrent child abuse known as Mormonism.
The church of Latter day pedophiles.
Iraq vets have now started to come back and kill US folks around them:


Pretty sweet. Of course the "Beltway sniper" was also military trained, but he
was a moslem.
Mo. begins prosecuting under cyberbullying law

He said kids used to say things face to face or pass notes in school commenting on someone's looks or weight. The new law "criminalizes behavior that otherwise wouldn't be illegal except for the medium," he said.

"It's not criminal. It might be mean-spirited, but it's not criminal," he said.

There are already libel laws. To treat electronic expression differently than any other is unconstitutional and just plain dumb. This is why we need to burn the south again.

I guess if you pass law school and can't get a real job, public prosecutor is the swamp what will take you in, in Missouri. St. Charles County Prosecutor Jack Banas is typical of this.

Child porn cartoon conviction upheld in Va.
Dwight Whorley of Richmond is serving 20 years in prison, convicted in 2005 of using a public computer for jobseekers at the Virginia Employment Commission to receive 20 Japanese cartoons, called anime"

Not surprising that folks that close to DC can't tell reality from fiction.


Hey Virginia: here's a representation of you reaming the juvinile Liberty: *-0
Now bust me for that picture.

19 December 2008

"Site users have posted comments ranging from deeply offensive stereotypical statements about Jews and money -- with some suggesting that only Jews could perpetrate a fraud on such a scale -- to conspiracy theories about Jews stealing money to benefit Israel," the ADL said in a statement.

Actually, the zionists don't need a scam; they have the US government by the short
hairs. Consider how traitor Lieberman retains not only his seat in congress, but his position on commites. And how Obama continues to let the US be run on a leash held by Israel.

I say, no foreign funding for anyone. No foreign entanglements, as Gen'l Washington wrote.

18 December 2008

Evangelical Christian Rev. Rick Warren is going to whore for Obama.
Rick needs euthanizing. Soon.

He needs assasinating --like he encourages for others. Eye for an eye.

Remember, biodiesel is not sufficient: you need to mix at least 50%
gasoline. With proper rendering, you can obtain biodiesel from politicans,
preachers, and other bio-waste.
Stephanie Edwards and Bob Eubanks need euthanasia.

Nuff said. Just do it.
Comments on Limor Fried's Master's Thesis on Design Noir


Note that I have an undergrad degree in EECS (VI-3) and also a SB in
cognitive science (IX) from MIT. I have a masters in information and
computer sciences as well.

Although I generally abhor softies, Ms. Fried has enormous cred
because of her excellent EE work.

And I'm friendly towards celljammers, or TV-B-gone, they make a fine part of a
personal EW pod. A hat with IR LEDs hides your face from many


Many "electrosensitives" have other presumably undiagnosed problems
(eg depression, chronic infections) which they mistakenly attribute to
EMF. I once knew a CalTech graduate who thought he had
hypersensitivity (ie allergies) to smog; in fact, he was getting
schizophrenic symptoms.

And of course, tapes *do* sound different than CDs, and some may have
gotten accustomed to this as "normal".

Asimov thought that one of the improvements in humans would be earlids
so we *could* close our ears. People don't seem to realize that
attention is a scarce (ergo precious) resource. Consider cube farms
with phones that ring for any outside call.

As a rural-raised American, I have a large personal space bubble. I
find that urbanoids have greatly reduced bubbles. One day I may have
to kill someone because they do not understand my bubble.

So McLuhan thought phones required answering? I realized some time
ago that I do not choose to be interrupted by machines. Although I
was once an email addict (before most readers had heard of the
internet) I now only check occasionally. Similarly with my snail mail
and phone messages. And I ignore jury notices by choice. (Though I
have a constitutional basis for doing so.) I've also wiped my
driver's licence magstrip. And have Faraday caged my cell phone at

Fried's "Media Glasses" are cute, but really they should detect the TV
and then fire the TV-B-Gone off sequences. To help those without the

I've often thought about a car-mounted microwave magnetron to disable
EMI sensitive devices eg someone's booming car stereo. Mount it in a
fiberglass pod on the roof. Add some supercaps or a big DC-AC
inverter. Also good for frying police radar guns. And clouding the
lenses and testicles of deserving people, such as roadblock attendees.
(Drive south of Needles and you know what I mean.)

Fried talks about controlling our environment. All behavior is about
controlling perception.

I'm a little surprised that Fried did not realize that TV exploits the
human visual system's fondness for motion/change. I often think of
this when mesmerized by a campfire, the original TV. We are all
descended from ancestors that liked campfires.

One thing I like (digressing) is the ability to use my public
surfaces, eg cars and T-shirts, to disrupt cultural thinking. Think
the US flag upside down, or the more modern FAIL over it. Think short
antisocial phrases. That perhaps the kids will ask mom about.

I also like the video/photo everything you see, the panopticon
concept, see Steve Mann, Cryptome.org, etc.

The technical "Theory of Operations" appendices detailing the devices are great,
although fluorescent is not spelled like flour. :-)

Very fine work.

17 December 2008

Someone I know is a California parole system psychiatrist. Some days they drive over an
hour to get to their offices. They are currently being asked to drive 3 hours away.
(Some paths being snowbound tonight!)

Ca could greatly reduce its costs (for prison medical care) by allowing remote video
psychiatry. Ie, a $10 webcam and skype. I hear they have their own "secure" private
net, so that would ameliorate HIPAA worries. It would save gas and add to the productivity
of the physicians.

Of course, they could massively reduce costs by releasing nonviolent "drug" offenders and also by collecting taxes on cannibis. But they won't, dumbasses get the government they elect, so
there will be massive FAIL.
Some 30 US Spy Outposts, er, embassies, have been sent white powder in
an envelope. All benign.

Real bioweapons are off-white. And not obviously sent as a powder, just a dusting
on regular snail mail.

Its possible that various folks are trying to
get the Spy Outposts to be complacent. Similarly for the US governors who have
been targeted.

Wait until They figure out they can poison the US cocaine consumers eg with
long-delay mercury compounds. Wonder how much of D.C. they'll take out.
Seems this judge:

Municipal Court of Douglasville
Chief Judge B. Keith Rollins

P.O. Box 219
Douglasville, GA 30133
Work Phone: 675-715-6032
(via http://georgiacourts.org/councils/municipal/directory_name.asp)

is about to get himself in a heap o' trouble over a scarf.

The cops who enforced this crap

Chris Womack
Police Department
Title: Deputy Chief of Operations
Phone: 678-715-6945

(via http://www.ci.douglasville.ga.us/Directory.asp?EID=19)

This will play well with the shoe-throwing journalist Muntadhar Al-Zaidi. Who has a good
arm under stress.

And I just read: "In addition, a wealthy Saudi Arabian national has offered to pay USD 10 million for one of the two famous black shoes thrown at the outgoing US president on Sunday. "


15 December 2008

is why the internets were invented.

My earliest post is from 1987.

Has a nice day.
Work is one of my Paths to Clue.

And Fail?

I say "one of" because there are others I'm sympathetic to.
"Will code for liquidity."

At least I scored a GPS unit on black friday, my kid loves it, and is learning the UI more than I. Its just a gameboy with maps.

Though I have studied up a bit on how it works, and he doesn't know what a
correlator is, or how fixing a few points fixes you. I'm totally impressed
by the thing, albeit my tax dollars have paid for a satellite (or two, it seems..)
I might volunteer in the kid's science class, I thought. We'll see.
Narrow window, it seems, the monkeys are released end of week.

At least gas is cheap again. And, free water falls from the sky today.

(California has three seasons: fire, mudslide, and everything else.)
The firm I joined last year+ grew 3x floorspace this year.
Making us fragile.
We are behind making a milestone so our major project
can pay us. Due largely to their delays in getting sheet metal
to us, followed by our assembly, but the contract doesn't handle that.

The financial crisis (tm) means the boss can't borrow money
from banks or friends. The economic situation means we haven't gotten more
business (engineering services) than thought. The accounts payables depts of those that do owe us
have closed and he can't make payroll, so I'm on unplanned unpaid vacation til the new year.
Furlough. Along with half the company. I think the others are getting paid in the
future but not now. When they get build a few units we get paid.

I can float for a month but my wife took my $35K buffer last year when she collected
taxes I had underpaid, she says.

Interesting times.

I'm glad I'm not the long pole in the tent.

We joked after the Meeting about the copper in the walls being worth less given the implosion.

But I left the day in an irrationally good mood because I had solved a problem involving
using I2C protocol on an NXP ARM7 SoC. (Which, it turns out as of three days ago,
is being cancelled, adding another engineering, financial and V&V (medical
device testing) twist to the story.)

This problem I solved gotten two other senior engineers including the VP of engineering who'se been an EE for 40 years. Somehow the CPU's I2C engine's "read" was broken and it would not generate clocks so the slave could output data. I manually grabbed the lines and toggled the clocks and it worked (aka "bit banging") indicating that all was well except for the damn I2C read.
The problem had also gotten me for several frustrating days. Since I map work progress to
mood, (which has pros and cons) it was bumming me out. So, as I'm waiting for my personal meeting with the boss
about getting furloughed, I'm finally able to read out the temperature from this super cool
network analyzer (analog network analyzer, not ethereal) AD5933 chip. Previously we had only
used it via an evaluation board and a Windows/Visual Basic/USB->I2C chain, so using the chip via raw I2C and using the NXP 79524's likely broken I2C engine was a real adventure.

Mind you, I studied artificial intelligence and vision as a lad. Pretty abstract.

I expect to go back to work in January, so my post volume might increase a tad in the interim.

The solution might be characterized as a hack. But it will work.

I had thought I was more insulated from the implosion as I don't own ridiculously
overextended, over-abstracted financial instruments. And my only debt is my
home (and kid :-) But through work we interact with many more. (Work is one of my
Paths to Clue.)

"Will code for liquidity."

At least I scored a GPS unit on black friday, my kid loves it, and is learning it more
than I. Though I have studied up a bit on how it works, and he doesn't know what a
correlator is, or how fixing a few points fixes you. I'm totally impressed, albeit my tax dollars have paid for a satellite (or two, it seems..)

I might volunteer in the kid's science class, I thought. We'll see.

At least gas is cheap again.

Rome did not fall in a day.

Not long afterward, Tamm says, he started getting phone calls at his office from Jason Lawless, the hard-charging FBI agent in charge of the case. The calls at first seemed routine. Lawless was simply calling everybody who had worked at OIPR to find out what they knew. But Tamm ducked the calls; he knew that the surest way to get in trouble in such situations was to lie to an FBI agent.

Yep, never ever talk to an FBI agent, they are trying to trap you.
Good news today. First, Bush got shoes thrown at him and the thrower is
now a hero.

Second, what I wrote about logistics is coming true.


Truckers stop Nato supplies

Monday, December 15, 2008

By Javed Aziz Khan

PESHAWAR: Truckers have stopped supplies to the Nato forces in Afghanistan in reaction to damage to their vehicles in frequent attacks by suspected militants and the US drone attacks in the tribal areas, a source told The News.

The decision was taken by the Khyber Transport Association (KTA) during an important meeting on Sunday. Owners of over 3,000 trailers, trucks and tankers belong to the Khyber Agency, located on the border with Afghanistan, who can move across the border without producing passports or other travelling documents.

“We feel that our drivers and vehicles are not safe anymore. Also, as tribesmen, we are concerned over frequent attacks by the US drones in our tribal areas, and that is why we want to stop the supply of goods to the US-led allied forces in Afghanistan,” Shakir Afridi, president of the KTA, told The News after the meeting.

09 December 2008

Italian president and media baron Silvio Berlusconi said today that he would use his country's imminent presidency of the G8 group to push for an international agreement to "regulate the internet".

Speaking to Italian postal workers, Reuters reports Berlusconi said: "The G8 has as its task the regulation of financial markets... I think the next G8 can bring to the table a proposal for a regulation of the internet."



08 December 2008

What is the recent UK problem? First they jail some dude for Simpsons cartoon porn, then
they bad wikipedia over a german metal album cover art.

Methinks the MPs be secret paedophiles, and their disks need to be searched.

Then, their organs harvested.

Guy Fawkes might have been a catholic, but he did have the right idea.
Barbara Boxer is stupid. She said "stimuluses" when she should have said "stimuli".
The republic formerly known as
Yugoslavia had the Yugo.

The republic formerly (in the future) known as the USA
had the Amerigo after the USA's government nationalized
the car industry to avoid massive unemployment. They never
used tariffs to make local cars more favorable. Instead,
they occupied the industry (see: Iraq) and made the Amerigo,
which survived (until the Collapse) because it was subsidized by
the US military industrial complex.

Have a nice day.
Part of the global war on carbon will be the carbon jihadists who point
out whenever you release CO2. Which is about 1/10 liter per breath.
(You use half the 20% O2 you inhale)
A completely logical progression of the stupidization of america and the english
language will be:

The War on Carbon
Season of light, my ass

A lot of people have seasonal affective disorder ie SAD ie they get bummed when
days are short. 60 migs of fluox gets me through on a good day.
This is hilarious

The World Trade Center Falling on Your Head Meme


07 December 2008


H.M.,’ Dead At 82

State Man's Tragedy Unlocked Secrets Of The Brain

Henry Molaison

Henry Molaison ()

The man who fundamentally changed our understanding of how the brain works lived for nearly three decades in a Windsor Locks nursing home, a pleasant man with a damaged memory.

Henry Gustav Molaison, a Hartford native, existed in relative obscurity. But as "H.M.," the name used to disguise his identity, Molaison gained an anonymous sort of fame, a man who had been studied by more than 100 researchers and became a staple of psychology class lectures.

Molaison died of respiratory arrest and pneumonia at age 82 on Tuesday, 55 years after an experimental operation in Hartford removed part of his brain. The surgery left him unable to form new memories, though he held on to earlier memories and intellectual abilities.

"What we learned from him was groundbreaking," said Suzanne Corkin, a neuroscientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who had worked with Molaison since 1962.

Scientists had previously believed that memory was located all over the brain, but Molaison demonstrated that it was localized to a small area.

Molaison's inability to form new memories also showed that short-term and long-term memory were two separate systems, not two parts of a continuum as scientists had believed.

And Molaison demonstrated the difference between declarative memory — the kind that allows you to remember facts — and procedural memory, the kind used for skills like riding a bike. Though he could not remember new information, Molaison could learn new motor skills.

Corkin equated Molaison's death with losing a member of her family. He never remembered who she was, but he always greeted her like a friend. He told her he thought he knew her from high school.

Corkin described Molaison as an easygoing, soft-spoken, polite man with a good sense of humor. He did not typically begin conversations, but if someone prompted him, he would talk and talk, sometimes telling the same story three times in 15 minutes.

Much of what he talked about, Corkin said, reflected his desire to do whatever he could to help people.

"He had a very positive attitude about science, about wanting to help in any way he could," said Brenda Milner, a scientist at the Montreal Neurological Institute who co-wrote the first scientific article on Molaison, published in 1957. "If he was just sitting quietly, he might say he wanted to help in any way."

But Molaison never grasped, in a lasting way, how much he had helped.

"From a personal perspective, this was a tragedy," said David Glahn, a Yale psychiatry professor and member of the Institute of Living at Hartford Hospital. "But from the perspective of science, we were able to learn so much from his personal tragedy."

Glahn knows H.M.'s case intimately, but Molaison's death offered a reminder that he and most of the rest of the world never knew something fundamental about the man.

"I've been lecturing about him and teaching about him for years and years, decades, and I've never known his name," Glahn said.

Molaison was born in Hartford in 1926, moved to East Hartford as a teenager and graduated from East Hartford High School. His father, Gustave, worked as an electrician at Baldwin Stewart Electrical Co.

An only child, he suffered from seizures. The cause of the seizures was never clear; he was hit by a bicyclist when he was 9, but such accidents would not typically have such devastating results, Milner said.

Molaison was smart, but his seizures and the medications he took for them held him back. He had a job fixing motors, but had to give it up because the seizures made it difficult for him to work, Corkin said.

By the time he was 27, he was having up to 10 minor seizures a day and at least one major seizure a week.

That was when he underwent the experimental surgery, intended to relieve epilepsy. Hartford Hospital surgeon William Beecher Scoville, an internationally known expert in lobotomies, planned to remove a larger area of brain tissue than had been taken from patients in similar surgeries. He removed most of Molaison's medial temporal lobe, including all or parts of the hippocampus and amygdala.

The surgery, which was performed either at Hartford Hospital or the Institute of Living, left Molaison unable to remember anything new for more than about 20 seconds. But it did not change his personality, Milner said.

"Your autobiography, so to speak, was stopped, but your personality doesn't change," she said.

"He told jokes," she said. "Of course, he told the same jokes over and over because he didn't remember that he told you before."

But he remembered his life before the surgery.

He could not describe specific episodes, but could talk about things like riding with his parents on the Mohawk Trail, his gun collection or roller skating.

Molaison's father died in 1966, and his mother, Elizabeth, died in 1981. For a time he lived with relatives, and in 1980, he moved to Bickford Health Care Center in Windsor Locks, where he lived for 28 years. He blended in and was "a joy" to the staff and residents, according to a statement released by Sean Carney, Bickford's administrator.

"To us at Bickford, Henry was just a regular resident in spite of his exceptional circumstances," the statement said.

Many times, Corkin said, she would tell Molaison how important he was. "I'd say, 'You know, you're really famous, you're more famous than all the doctors who study you.' He'd sort of smile," she said. "He knew. For an instant."

Supply trucks hit in brazen attack in Pakistan


The US occupation of Afghanistan relies on logistics via Pakistan. Those logistics
are vital and Al Q Inc has figured that out.

Bet on the Afghans, they never lose.

The US relies on Paki drivers for the convoys. They have mil assist.

But if a few of their families were blown up, it might be real hard to find new drivers.

26 November 2008

Hotels in Mumbai (Bombay) attacked.

One reason: Israeli hang-out

Watching it live http://ibnlive.in.com/videos/video_streaming.php

25 November 2008

All you need to create Trinity/Nagasaki plutonium implosion weapons is
raw uranium, NOT enriched, and heavy water, which anyone can make.
This is how the Israelis and North Koreans, both part of the axis of evil,
did it. The Pakis ran enrichment based on A.Q.Khan (PBUH) theft of
centrifuge plans from northern-european URENCO. Uranium bombs
are trivial.

The Iranians are running centrifuges because you can do more with
enriched fuel. And they, unlike the Israelis, signed the Nuclear Nonproliferation
Pact, which means the more advanced nuclear countries have to help them
with peaceful uses.

Dimona is aboveground. Kinda dangerous.
Looking at Sen. Obama's early pics, he's clearly owned by the Zionists,
they have him by the short hairs.
Why I still have a Ron Paul bumper sticker:

So I can say, I told you so.

24 November 2008

Tony Fratto is the Bush admin's jokester PR equivalent to that
Iraqi who kept maintaining things were fine as statues were pulled

Bush needs to be held to trial. Otherwise, the US gets what it deserves.
And it, like Rome, and many other empires, will get feedback.
Even if not direct, it has grown too far, it is not vascular enough t6o survive,
not enough water, roads, electricity. But it has been far too arrogant and will
get feedback even beyond the cruise missiles of 2001.

Obama seems a sell-out already. What a surprise.
I read that "In New York State, anyone who advises someone to commit suicide can be charged with manslaughter."

Actually, NYS legislators need to commit suicide. They are treasonous unAmerican
bastards who would restrict our expression and inhumanely criminalize a personal
medical choice.

I will gladly send them some rope to assist them.

12 November 2008

So how far will the Prop 8 backlash go? Will we get into some good ole time
church burnin', and do we start with black churches or mormons?

I say for hypocracy's sake, the mormons, given that they caved to the Man
on polygamy, the infidels.

07 November 2008

Bringing back slavery in the works:

04 November 2008

Senile loser: fail
Obama: win
US reputation: maybe
McCain vs. Obama. McCain is Epic Fail.

Of course, both are epic fail for the US.

McCain gets all the retarded states: Tennesse, Louisiana.

I really hate how red which used to be commie ie democrat is
now, by virtue of vacuum-headed TV personnel, is now Republican
and blue is democrat.

They are both yellow, afraid of the constitution, and of lack of fascism or
lack of socialism.

Thank jeebus for nuclear weapons.

01 November 2008

I've written about how the Fates are trying out as comedy writers,
for the Republicans. But this is great:
Obama is not only born from an underage woman who illegally
married a negro, but he has an illegal immigrant aunt living
off the dole.


30 October 2008

Check out this amazing article
G Gordon Liddy, special assistant to the President once said that when faced with
an ATF raid, "Go for a head shot; they’re going to be wearing bulletproof vests"

A modern version is, "go for the tail rotor"

  • Vietnam
  • NKorea
  • Cuba
  • (Iran)
  • Somalia
  • Lebanon


Do the math.
The USG is now at war with Syria, Pakistan, Iraq, Afghanistan.
And North Korea of course, and various south american nations.

A dying, rabid dog is a dangerous thing to be around.

29 October 2008

Senator Feinstein has proposed laws that violate the Constitution,
regarding the free dissemination of information. As a Senator, she
is guilty of treason, and needs to be tried an hung.

Personally, I've published information that she regards as
bad. Personally, I regard her as a terrorist, worthy of hanging.

Hi Mr. Secret Service Man.


Freedom is tough, isn't it?
Some local child named "Mark Daily" got offed. He was supposedly
smart, an Objectivist even, but he chose to be a soldier of the
Empire. Guess what: if you work for Rome, you are *not* an
Objectivist, because you have initiated violence. His lameass
parents need to get a grip on this. Your offspring was cannon
fodder for the empire.


Collaborate and die. Its simple.
Sharia sez don't charge interest. The US Treasury is ready to
provide a 0% interest rate, to save the Empire. This means
UBL wins: charging interest is immoral.

I don't subscribe, but a lot of xians and socialists agree. No interest
is Sharia. The Treasury subscribes. They limit interest, in an unrecognized
form of xian sharia; I say, whatever flies, flies.

Empire is too big to FAIL.
So a few years ago the US/NYC/Jews got a little feedback,
a cruise missile returned to them. Get over it. The families
are no more victims than the arab families who count
as "collateral damage".

Get over it. You earned it.
A pair of fags in West Hollywood set up a Palin in a noose display.
Some folks have problems with the First.

There is no such thing as hate crime. There is only crime (violence). There should
be (under the constitution, remember that?) no extra penalty for the intent,
just for the crime.

Its called morality, it called freedom. Deal with it.

Dana collaborated with the Taliban in the past. He smoked hashish.
He is desparately trying to hold on to his office. We will piss on his

28 October 2008

The senile war-pornographers / homeland fascists Andy Zelinko and Asher Milgrom
of Irvine maintain a site Northwoodmemorial.com where they want to create
a grotesque memorial to cannon fodder in a nice family park.

When they started a few years back, there were a few hundred US corpses,
mostly in Iraq. Now there are over 4,000. And now the few hundred
dead in Afghanistan are starting to climb.

Golly, where will they get all the room? Will they just use ellipses "..." for
the pending dead? How about the suicides that come later? Or the future victims
of the PTST crazies who go postal at home?

After the Washington monument is dismantled to make headstones for Arlington
by the bankrupt District of Columbia occupying force, what will it matter?

"Beware foreign entanglements" -Gen'l G. Washington.
Here's a plan: Israel leaks nuclear materials for a dirty bomb (radiological
dispersal device) to Al Q who pops it off in the US. A few acres are toast
(the new Ground Zero TM) and a few thousand die in the panic, but
Israel wins big. Israel has nuclear weapons and unmonitored facilities; it
is not a signor of the nuclear non-proliferation pact, unlike Iran.

If the US traced the materials, it would not be able to publicly pin it on the
Israelis, much like the USS Liberty attack.

Pretty clever chess, eh?

24 October 2008

Some scumbag by the name of "Tom Fuentes" violated my
communications apparatus with a robocall. I think he may be
a pedophile, terrorist, drug-dealer, or other miscreant. As a
politician, Tom Fuentes clearly has mental illness, by definition.
As a douche using robocalls, he deserves whatever iron sausage
he gets.

Hi Tom! Hows life as public figure? Still beating your wife?
Still doing your daughter?

Just curious.
Was rereading the LA Primer (insomnia) and I realized
that if you abandon a lot of the old assumptions,
(operators must survive, materials must be ready
asap from Hanford) a lightweight fizzle bomb is quite possible.
All you need is very high quality 239 without much
240 in it; this requires only a reactor, logistics,
and busy chemists. You risk premature det but
its worth it.

30 lbs of very special 240-free Pu plus a gun-design. Be or
no tamping -you trade off weight for yield.
The fundamental Pu problem of premature det
is only a problem if you need tens, not singles, of
kT. Some uses (eg, asym warfare)
work fine with a single kT of nuke.

One can only hope, for the freedom of the republic, that zero will be DC.
The Prop 8 folks are running commercials about "teaching marriage" in
schools. Marriage as in, half will end in divorce? As in, a quarter will have

You can take you kids out of any lecture, from marriage to civic duty as
taught by State employees.

Interracial marriage was illegal until recently. That means Obama's parents
would have been criminals, jailed in some states, if they had been married.

The Supreme Court of the US said that IR marriage laws were constitutional.

Yep, the Supremes.

Yet, over time, courts destroyed the people's will, by voiding laws against
IR marriage.

The courts did the same for homo marriage, now the populace (mostly the
Jeebus freaks) resists. I await Prop 8 next year, to ban interracial marriage.
The people rule.

This is sarcasm. Democracy is mob rule. That's why we have a constitution.
But the People, half of whom are subaverage, can subvert that.


The Roman Empire was Too Big to Fail.

US Empire: FAIL.

Read _Sorrows of Empire_. Or don't; it requires reading, which is beyond
most Amerikans.

At least the winds over DC blow over the ocean, so the Blast will not
fall out on the innocent.
Here's a neologism: nigette. From the personal text messages of a
corrupt mayor of Detroit.

Of course, since he and his mistress used "renigging" instead of "reneging"
its extra funny.

22 October 2008

Who'd you rather: Ann Pulice or Maria Hall-Brown?

I vote for MH-B though she's older.

If you're not from OC you won't know what I'm talking about.

19 October 2008

16 October 2008

Here we go, both the Elliot Spitzer monkey lips and the Sheriff Mike Carona

14 October 2008

It just keeps getting better. Palin's future son in law dropped out of high school.
But hey, if you're knockin up underage unmarried girls, who needs high school?

Just don't blink.

WASILLA, Alaska - Levi Johnston, who's having a baby with Gov. Sarah Palin's daughter, can't believe all the things he's hearing. No, he wasn't held against his will on the campaign trail. No, he's not being forced into a shotgun wedding with 17-year-old Bristol Palin.

"None of that's true," Johnston, 18, said in a rare interview with The Associated Press. "We both love each other. We both want to marry each other. And that's what we are going to do."

Standing in the driveway of his family home in this small Alaska town, Johnston spoke about the rumors swirling around him.

The soft-spoken teenager discussed his relationship with Palin and how life has changed with fatherhood fast approaching. He agreed to talk despite the presidential campaign's advice in the days following Gov. Sarah Palin's nomination to avoid the media.

"They're not telling me anything right now," Johnston said as he checked his BlackBerry. "It's pretty chill."

Not surprisingly, Johnston was a little shocked when he learned about Bristol's pregnancy, but he says he quickly embraced the prospects of fatherhood. The baby is due Dec. 18. Johnston has dropped out of high school to take a job on the North Slope oil fields as an apprentice electrician.

There's no word on how his future mother-in-law feels about Johnston's decision to drop out of high school. Last year, she made a point of trying to turn around the high dropout rate in their hometown.

"I'd remind the kids that no matter where they are in life - [maybe] in circumstances that probably aren't ideal - that there is no circumstance that they're in that is insurmountable or would necessitate them just giving up," Palin said.

Johnston hinted he's expecting a boy, but he declined to discuss baby names.

"I'm looking forward to having him," he said. "I'm going to take him hunting and fishing. He'll be everywhere with me."

Johnston, a Wasilla heartthrob, said he wanted to set the record straight.

For starters, he said his much-maligned MySpace page was a joke - the one that claimed he said: "I'm a ... redneck" and "I don't want kids." Johnston said his friends created the page a few years ago and he had nothing to do with it.

Johnston said he has dated Palin since his freshman year in high school.

"We were planning on getting married a long time ago with or without the kid," he said. "That was the plan from the start."

While Johnston provided few details about next summer's wedding, the planning has started: A cousin will likely be his best man, and he has asked two hockey buddies, Ben Barber and Dane Wilson, to be groomsmen.

Barber doesn't think anyone pressured Johnston into marriage.

"If he thought it wasn't the right thing to do, he probably wouldn't do it," he said.

Johnston is an avid hunter. He's dark-haired, tall and muscular, sports a bit of stubble and drives a red Chevy Silverado truck. He'd be the perfect cover for Field & Stream.

He's bagged bears, sheep, elk and caribou. Some of the antlers are scattered about his yard. Last July on a caribou hunt, he lost a "promise" ring that Palin had given him. He said he decided to tattoo her name on the finger and not bother with more rings because he'd just lose them anyway.

Johnston said he wasn't forced to campaign with Palin's mother. Bristol Palin invited him, and Johnston jumped at the chance. It was a whirlwind experience for Johnston, who was seated with the Palins at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minn.

"At first, I was nervous," he said. "Then I was, like, 'Whatever.'"

While Barber said his friend is a celebrity now, Johnston said it hasn't changed him.

"I'm still the same old boy," said Johnston. "I'm just a workin' man."

And now he's also about to become a family man.

"We're up for it. I'm excited to have my first kid. It's going to be a lot of hard work but we can handle it."

Wasilla hockey coach Bill Sturdevant, who was invited to the wedding, said he was sorry to hear Johnston wasn't going to return for his senior year of high school. But he said he believes Johnston, a talented hockey player, will find his way.

"He's a tough kid," Sturdevant said. "He's taking everything in stride."

What about Johnston's politics?

The young man said he wasn't an expert on politics by any stretch. Asked about Barack Obama, he replied: "I don't know anything about him. He seems like a good guy. I like him."

Johnston didn't register in time to vote, according to the Mat-Su Division of Elections Office in Wasilla. But he's still rooting for John McCain and Sarah Palin.

"I just hope she wins," he said. "She's my future mother-in-law. She better win."


10 October 2008

All students at 10 Santa Ana schools to get free meals

The USDA will provide meals to students for the entire school year regardless of whether they qualify for the federal free and reduced-priced meal program.


They need to put contraceptives in the free lunches.

07 October 2008

My wife is an english (plus) speaking immigrant, a naturalized citizen.
When presented with:

A Thai person has memorized the constitution and BoR in Thai, but does
not speak english. Should they be made a citizen?

I say Hell Yes! She says no. She is biassed by SoCal anti-immie,
even though she's a well-educated first generation.

My ancestors were farmers when they came over, or textile workers
in the city.

I'm also Lib, and that implies open borders. So I tend toward open borders,
though deporting uncitizen criminals would be good. Pharmaceutical offenses
are not legit offenses and should not be honored or counted.

02 October 2008

More GILF:

You wok da wok
You don just tok da tok

Governor Palin v. Sen. Biden.

We are so screwed. She is a sigma above him.
We are so screwed.
Biden is as boring as McCain although his "S" sounds don't
overload my amplifier.

Holy crap OB blew it. And McDeath pinned the surreality meter.

Palin for Fuhress!
Palin is ok with all the legal ramifications of homo mono marriage
(she's not opined on polyamory) but not blessing the concept with
the legal "Marriage". I think Dr. Paul would allow poly homo
(ie no constraint between consenting sentients). McCainosaurus,
Palin, Obama, sleezeBiden don't recognize freedom that much.

Lock and load.
Reasons to vote for Palin:

1. Betcha
2. Darn it
3. Black FM Pumps
4. Black dress at knees
5. Bangs
6. Redistribution of wealth
7. Three Fates studying comedy writing
8. Bigger US Flag lapel pin than Joe Biden

30 September 2008

Archive for Friday, October 29, 1999
Mayor’s Daughter Admits Using Speed

By Daniel Yi and Kristiane M. Ridgway
October 29, 1999 in print edition B-3

Note This article includes corrections to the original version.

The daughter of Irvine Mayor Christina L. Shea pleaded guilty Thursday to using methamphetamine and agreed to enter a rehabilitation program.

Since Stephanie Shea’s arrest Aug. 10, her mother has come to her defense, saying the drugs were not for her daughter and voicing concerns about police handling of the case.

On Thursday, however, the 49-year-old mayor acknowledged that her daughter “wronged” but remained critical of the way the police handled the incident.

“Whatever it’s going to take to help her, we’re going to do it,” the mayor said.

Superior Court Judge Susanne S. Shaw sentenced Stephanie Shea, 21, to 180 days in jail. But the sentence will be waived if she successfully completes a 180-day drug-rehabilitation program and a three-year probation.

Late Thursday in an interview from home, Christina Shea leveled new charges against police officials who handled her daughter’s case.

“I believe my daughter’s life was put in danger in the process,” said the mayor, who plans to meet with Chief Charles Brobeck over the issue.

Shea said that after her daughter’s arrest, police “turned her into an informant.” Based on information provided by her daughter, police later arrested a man, Shea said.

The suspect, an acquaintance of Stephanie Shea’s, has been calling her daughter from jail, the mayor said.

“If he had been a big drug trafficker, he could have come after her and killed her,” she added. “And that scared me and that scared my daughter.”

Irvine police spokesman Lt. Sam Allevato said he did not know if Stephanie Shea cooperated with authorities in helping arrest another suspect but said such procedures are not unusual in narcotics investigations.

The mayor “took issue with some of the tactics that were used,” Allevato said. “Those should be matters for the court to consider, not the court of public opinion… . We’ve felt from the beginning that the case involved an adult, Stephanie Shea, and all the comments as to her guilt should have been expressed by Stephanie Shea. She’s an adult.”

Irvine police arrested Stephanie Shea after a traffic stop led to the discovery of 42 milligrams of methamphetamine. She was charged with one count of possessing the drug and one of transporting it. The district attorney’s office dropped the transportation charges in exchange for the guilty plea on the other count.

The incident touched off a political whirlwind in Irvine City Hall, with the mayor accusing a fellow council member, Larry Agran, of leaking the arrest to the press.

Agran denies the allegations and has threatened to sue for slander if the mayor does not publicly apologize.

Later, Councilman Dave Christensen made public a message the mayor left on his answering machine blasting the Police Department.
Christina Shea is running for mayor.

Does Shea think the voters have forgotten how
she attacked the Irvine police chief
when her live-in adult daughter was busted
for methamphetamine?


Her bio: http://www.ci.irvine.ca.us/council/bios/christina_shea.asp

Her real estate biz: http://www.christinashea.com/
and this http://www.christinashearealtor.com/
and she seems to have this SheaforMayor.com

Irvine Mayor Takes Power Trip

Irvine Mayor Christina Shea deserves a defense, of sorts.

A City Council colleague has sought a district attorney investigation into whether Shea broke any laws by leaving voicemail messages threatening to get tough with the city’s Police Department over her daughter’s drug-related arrest. I say it’s not even a close call.

Arrogance, misuse of authority, disrespect for the criminal justice system, false accusations, pettiness and an old-fashioned I’ll-show-them-who’s-mayor attitude do not constitute criminal conduct.

But they sure leave the mayor with a lot of explaining to do. She has most of the Police Department mad as blazes at her, with good reason.

Naturally, the mayor has tried to shift the negative spotlight away from her deeds and onto those who made them public. Wasn’t it the Romans who always wanted to kill the messenger?

All this hullabaloo came to a boil Tuesday night at the City Council meeting, where close to 50 angry police officers showed up.

If you haven’t followed this soap opera, a few facts:

The mayor’s 21-year-old daughter, Stephanie Shea, was arrested Aug. 10 after a police officer who pulled her over for a traffic violation found methamphetamines in her vehicle.

When Mayor Shea discovered the next week that the arrest was about to hit the newspapers, she left the first of four voicemail messages with Dave Christensen, a close political ally. She also made at least two calls that week to the Police Department.

But Christensen, an ex-cop, found the messages so disturbing, he took them to the D.A. and let the media hear them and see transcripts.

The Irvine Police Officers Assn. is upset about a lot of things on those recordings.

One is that Shea accused a sergeant of lying about details of her daughter’s arrest. (Police Chief Charles Brobeck, doing his best to stay above this brouhaha, says she’s just flat wrong on that.)

The cops are also outraged that she took a swipe at all of them with a broad brush: “The Police Department and how they deal with people is really pathetic” … “If they lie about this they’ll certainly lie about everybody else over there” … “It doesn’t make me want to defend that department at all” … “The problem is [this case] is going to be a real attack on the Police Department and I’m not going to back down on it at all.”

City Councilman Larry Agran is upset too. Shea accuses him on the voicemail of leaking the news about her daughter’s arrest to the media. (He denies it.) The only “evidence” she provides in the voicemail, though, is her assertion that “this is his mode of operation.” But evidence or not, Shea vows to Christensen’s voicemail that “Larry Agran will meet my wrath.” And ” … he’s going to have to learn a lesson.”

All this strikes me as unfair, but not worthy of hanging the mayor in effigy. What is highly disturbing to me are voicemail comments where she appears to make threats that she could carry out only as an elected official of influence. Such as: ” … it’s just not going to go well for the chief [Brobeck] and Jim Blaylock [a top police commander]” and ” … I’m going to get very tough about this” and ” … we need to take this to task.”

When you see the four voicemail messages as a whole, you get a picture of a public official unafraid to use her clout if things don’t go her way. What she should have done, from the very beginning, was declare a conflict of interest and stay out altogether. Many other public officials with offspring arrested have done just that.

At Tuesday night’s council meeting, Shea explained that those voicemail messages were the words of a distraught mother concerned about her daughter–and besides, her words were never meant for public consumption.

The Irvine cops were upset with Councilman Christensen too, for making all this public. But if I were an Irvine cop, I’d be glad somebody told me what my mayor was saying about me.

Victor Ray of the Police Officers Assn. board demanded an apology from the mayor, insisting that she had defamed the whole department.

Shea’s response was not her finest moment. She told the police that “I do publicly apologize.” But not, it seems, for what she said on the voicemail. She was apologizing that it all became a public mess.

Ray said later that “I have no idea what she was apologizing for. It wasn’t to us.” Mario Casas, spokesman for the police group, said afterward that the mayor “still has a lot of reconciliation left to do.”

I’ve never been big on public apologies; there’s no accurate way to gauge the sincerity behind them. But taking a look at the people the mayor has sideswiped in all this, let’s start with her daughter:

On the voicemail, and in statements to the media this week, Shea has virtually confessed her daughter’s guilt. Shea said her daughter was transferring the methamphetamines for a friend who was ill and that “it was a stupid thing she did.”

What if a defense attorney wanted to argue before a jury that prosecutors had failed to prove Stephanie Shea even knew the drugs were in the vehicle? Momma just blew that one out of the water.

Agran has a legitimate beef too. Her attacks on him came from out of nowhere.

But it’s Brobeck who should be the most upset. No police chief should have to work under such veiled threats of interference.

I’ve saved one of my major concerns for last, because it’s only indirectly related to this ruckus. Because of this controversy, most of us were surprised to discover that Stephanie Shea was employed at Irvine City Hall as a $15.97 an hour part-time aide–to her mother. (She left the job two weeks ago, according to city officials.)

And this is a city with a strict anti-nepotism policy! How in the world does the mayor justify putting her daughter on the public payroll?

I’ve since learned that council aides are an exception to the nepotism policy because they aren’t part of the merit system. None of the other council members are doing it. Let’s hope Shea now follows their example.

Maybe the bottom line on all this is: When leaving voicemail, just give your name and a phone number where you can be reached. It can save you a lot of headaches.

28 September 2008


Everyone's laughing at Orange County Superior Court Judge David C. Velasquez
for imposing a "you can't write about your own trial" unconstitutional restraining
order on a newspaper. The guy seriously needs to step down from the bench and
go to a constitutional law class.

26 September 2008

--- In X, Y wrote:
When that time is up, chances are very good that cheap
> passage to space would be available and thus the "toss it into the sun"

There's a rule that if an expert says something is impossible
in 20 years, its likely to be common in less than
in 20; but if some expert
says possible in 10, they are likely wrong.

Personally I think my 9 year old will wage wars over
can openers and landfills. Obviously pessimist, me.

I don't think Space will happen, too expensive. Without
contraception, most will live in hovels. I think we need
solutions for earth. Not crazo macho repubublo looney
moon colonization, jus' sayin'. Just MHO.

Cultures go through a sigmoid curve, then they die or
improve. Your choice. Beer, cheese, humans.
Yeast or humans. Sigmoid (integral
of Bell curve) rules.

Big bada boom.

J. Michael Brown is some inbred kentucky loser bureaucrat who has hijacked
some TLD names from firms not even located in his state. Using secret court
orders. This kind of overreaching wannabe fascist needs hanging. He needs
to stay in his little kentucky cesspool and stay out of the big leagues.

Why did he do this? Because internet gambling takes money away from
his local state-monopoly gambling.

I think it would be very cool if some offshore firms took over or DoS'ed the unAmerican
state govt of Kentucky's infrastructure.

Look, he's a state negro. Probably got his job as part of affirmative action.
A pro whiner. A "leech" as he calls net gambling.

Naturally he wants to control and tax a mutually consensual activity. He thinks
he is more than just smelly roadkill on the info superhighway.

24 September 2008

I has ur yahoo
I been readin ur mailz

LOLcat caption for Palin... insert random cat & computer pix.

22 September 2008

Ok, lets get kids to hold long pointy metal sticks. In the dark. Lets tip them
with flaming sticky globs, napalm-like, but edible. And lets heat up the metal
rods to near-incandescence over an open firepit.

Yes, this is camping with marshmellows.

18 September 2008


Shocking Iraq Incident: 2 U.S. Soldiers Killed by Another

By Greg Mitchell and The Associated Press

Published: September 17, 2008 5:50 PM ET updated 8:30 PM ET
NEW YORK The Pentagon has announced, but the media not yet covered (beyond the basic facts, and usually not that) a shocking incident in Iraq. Two U.S. soldiers -- a staff sergeant and a sergeant -- were killed Sunday morning in a "non-hostile incident."

What was it? The military explains, "A U.S. Soldier is in custody in connection with the shooting deaths. He is being held in custody pending review by a military magistrate." All that was known for some time was that the unnamed soldier "opened fire" on his "superiors."

Naaah, Iraq ain't Viet Nam. Hajj don't do pho.

17 September 2008

Look, its the Palin wedding invitation

15 September 2008

Saw this LA Times front page this AM. Check out the Freudian slip on the
SanFran story.

12 September 2008

Very impressed at the cranes that can be extended from fire trucks.
Very impressed at helicopters.
Very impressed at portable metal-bending tools.
Very very impressed with their human controllers.
See prev posts
Read my previous posts about the Chatsworth Metrolink train crash.

Evac Helis are angels.

Its getting dark. They're getting lights. I knew they'd need this a few hours ago.

Fortunately the firemen angels and trauma center angels also train for this.

Need big counseling.
Why don't trains carry eg IR beacons that other trains can see?
Its frickin' trivial to do, even considering the security (cryptography)
One interviewee said the freight train went about a third of the way into the front
passenger car.

If you look into how shaped charges work, you learn that the collapsed metal
liner (ie, jet) does its work on a Newtonian (momentum) basis. Heavier freight (strawberries
have the density of flesh) would have killed many more people.

Why don't passenger trains pull a sacrificial car, much like modern steering wheels have collapsable
The shell shocked woman was "Cory Stewart".

She ran with supplies to help.

What can I say?
Newsdroid sez: "Are you as emotionally ready as you are trained for this"

Obviously not. These are not Zen firefighters, they're firefighters.
They're not psychopath firefighters. They're firefighters. They can
control some fears, under extreme pressure,
but that does not imply complete self control, when they're falling off
to sleep.

Yeah, they can extricate, triage, splint, extinguish, exhibit super human
care, decisions, endurance, and strength, but they cannot be emotionally ready.

Tequila and tears. Hugs for them. Talk about it.

Life will go on. Love the ones you're with.

I want to know how this happened. Like that bridge collapse in the midwest last year, I thought we had solved this stuff.
A passenger train just collided with a Metrolink freight train, in the San Fernando valley,
supposedly carrying strawberries.
At least four are dead. Fox11 interviewed a traumatized young woman who had
held a man, dying, brains leaking, she said.

I'm an engineer. Why is there not a sacrificial (foam) car between engine and passengers?
Being light, it would cost little to carry. Is the risk of collision *that* low? It should
be, I thought we solved the multiple-trains on a track problem some time ago.

The neighbors are heroic, as are the firemen, and others.

That woman had the look and walk of the thousand yard stare.
She will need therapy, perhaps MDMA therapy, like many.
(Including returning soldiers.) But that won't happen.
My kid was advised to install Filezilla. To get into 4th grade, he needed
a 64MB USB Memory stick. This being 2008, that's not to hard.
David Park, IPD officer, fondled a stripper on duty.

Sean Crawford assaulted a female security guard at a concert, while drunk:

A UCI cop Scott Cornelius sent pictures of young boys to gay websites. He was not punished.

CHP personnel sent out pictures of the Porshe Girl Nikki Catsouras
but was not punished. http://www.ocregister.com/articles/catsouras-nikki-family-2137164-chp-lawsuit
Joe Lieberman continues to demonstrate that he is a foreign agent.
He "asked" YouTube to censor videos.
He needs hanging, after his trial of course.

07 September 2008

Check out

What a waste of time.

I suppose entertaining us is something the lowbrows can do. But damn, they think they're important. Someone needs to slap them.

05 September 2008

Why Johnny can't vet.

Who knows, maybe dementia. But that losing Vietnam vet sure doesn't
know how to vet folks like Palin. One hopes if he has a pet he vets their
vet better than he vetted his VP.
Countdown LED Throwies

Use a 7-segment display with a little counter/driver chip. They countdown until
the battery dies. The magnet holds them to the airport countertop :-) or the vital
infrastructure's ferrous bits.

Great fun in Boston.

Bonus points if you put them on police cars. Double bonus points if you
get one to stick on a cop without him knowing.

04 September 2008

Now the republifascists have Bryan Clay, apparently some kind of athlete.
He reads like a robot. Which he is. And every fifth word is "god". Good
nigger, obedient.
My kid's first fourth-grade assignment: Which would you rather have, a
hybrid, an SUV, or a Ferrari?

My kid answered hybrid, because it is "eco-friendly" and "doesn't use
gas as much". He adds, "I will help stop pollution"

The real problem is overpopulation. But you can't teach that, can you?
Don't kill, but boycott Americans

Accelerate the dark ages. They're only dark for the suckling historians.
Part of the McCain fascistpalooza: Fallin of OK still milking the
federal revenge. Get over it, and stop using kids as Fed shields.

TMcV: a true american hero.
Bill Clinton was nearly impeached for something benign to everyone but Hillary;
here we have a VP who has burdened us with a Down's child she knew about,
and yet another teenage pregnancy, conceived as a bastard. By a redneck :-)

Simply amazing. I couldn't make this stuff up.

At the same time: the US invaded Pakistan. Little news of that. The US is down
the tubes. Rome before the dark ages. Welcome to the dark ages.

Got enriched uranium?
Republicans (and Democrats, there's little difference) think they can
control your body --what you eat, drink, smoke, who you do it with,
what operations you have, what medicines you use, what you do with
your time (eg jury fnord "duty", conscription, and other forms of slavery). If they think
that I'm fair game, guess what, their meatspace presence is also up for grabs.

Also, "bastard" is not an obscenity, nor is it slander, when its true. Neither are
adjectives like promiscuous and stupid.

At least one of her spawn is in the military, maybe he'll get offed. Evolution sometimes
works. But there's more to prune and they're growing --four months to another Palin parasite.
At least with Cheney, if he shoots you while hunting, you might live.
Forget it for Palin and her Moosegun.

PS: you have a right to arms that can be used on tyrants. You don't have
a right to hunt or to own guns only useful for hunting.

Fortunately, all guns are useful on tyrants. Thus protected.
Got the spelling right this time. Its Sarah Palin who has the bastard
firstborn and who is going to have a bastard grandchild. By an underage
daughter. And its this Palin who did not terminate a damaged child she
knew she was having (at her age, too).

Oh, and the DUIs. It just keeps getting better. And to think that a man
from a broken home (like McCain's current or Obama when growing up)
could be president was unthinkable a while ago.

At least the Ron Paul convention was uplifting.
Turns out Sarah Palin's firstborn was a bastard too. She got knocked up, then
married. Can't have an abortion of course. Not even 4 kids later, when its
a monster she's birthing.

Bristol Palin's kid's name will be "Shotgun" as in Wedding.

03 September 2008

Christina Shea, once mayor of Irvine, harassed police for busting her live-in adult daughter
for methamphetamine possession and transport.

Larry C Ford, mormon gynecologist, blew his head off with a shotgun when police
asked about his involvement in his biz partner's botched offing. He had high
explosives, machine guns, buried in his Irvine back yard, and biological weapons in his garage fridge.

The 2008 Republican VP candidate has a bastard grandson by her underage unwed daughter. Her husband has a DUI. The republicans are cheering.

Larry Agran once ran for President. His qualifications: he was an Irvine mayor and is a university snicker professor.

What is in the water?
They had Rudy on, and as usual he terrorized the citizenry with talk
of scary people. He is pure 1984.
Its a frickin' circus. Ugly old republicans cheering the underage unmarried daughter
of the future president, one seizure (and fortunately entire election) away. Its
grotesque and reminds me of Planet of the Apes.

But hey, her husband races snowmobiles (apparently "snow machines") when he's
not getting DUIs.

But I read that Ann Coulter likes meth and sex. That's gotta be redeeming.
Another fine source of bastards is Donald Bren of the Irvine Company. He
is a serial bastard machine, setting up franchises with high maintenance women,
popping a kid out, moving on to the next. If you can afford it, why not.
(I wonder if there are any orphanages in Irvine. Doubt it)

The point is, he's a private man, and the law should say nothing, but its
interesting to observe.

OTOH Did Palen tolerate statutory rape of her daughter? If she's 17 now and due in a few...

But the worst is birthing a Down's... if you know about it should be criminal.

And, she kills wild healthy animals for fun.

Yep, fine Presidential material.
So Palin got picked by McCain, obviously pandering. Surprised
he didn't pick Condosleeza Rice, and kill two birds with one evil hag.

Not only is Palin's underage daughter birthing a bastard, but Palin herself recently birthed a Down's monster she knew about and could have prevented. WTF kind of responsibility is it when a forty-something burdens society with this, knowing better?

But I figured it out: with McCain, you can't be terminated until you're 18 and holding a rifle
wearing a uniform.

Maybe by the time he's 18, Palin's mentally damaged son will be eligible for the US military, which would have reduced its standards by then to admit him. Maybe that's
the secret plan. Abortion cuts down cannon fodder, and the Empire needs cannon fodder
if McCain is in.

27 August 2008

A fine Irvine resident

Quinton "Rampage" Jackson
44 Whistling Isle
Irvine, CA 92614

When he's not driving on the curb evading arrest..

07 August 2008

My kid is going to a state-school run reading/science program. Its held at
a Jewish community center. Today, we got a notice that they want the
kids to bring kosher meat if they bring meat.

I wrote a letter to UCI reminding them of the "shall not establish" clause
of that pesky bill of rights. I may have to cook a bacon breakfast in
their parking lot if I arrive early. Its racist, as many of the kids are asian,
and eat pigs and seafood (as do I, despite hebraic ancstry).
Its culturally insensitive, barbaric, to impose your customs on others.
And its illegal in the US, given the funding.
(A private club can be as exclusive as it wants. This is a UCI related activity.)

Further, kosher meats are from animals killed cruelly ---beheading style.
Its not just for salafist jihadis any more.

06 August 2008

Perchlorate found in Martian soil


02 August 2008

Today I got my set of cheap borosilicate test tubes, 25 x 150 mm, for
my acoustic laser experiments. My best "stack" remains a 20 mm tall sample
from the PSU.EDU group. Its heated by 3 coil-segments of nichrome from a
hair dryer and a PC power supply. Using less than 3 coils worked but the coils
burnt out quickly. With the 3-coil heater I could run for a minute before the
cool side of the stack heated. I wrapped the hot end in aluminum foil and pointed
the PC power supply fan output at the cool end, and could run for minutes and minutes.
(Until the wife told me to stop because the kid was going to sleep.)

I love the point where the gain is just enough to make it "ring" ---you blow across
the tube and the tone continues for a while, decaying slowly, exponentially. Until
the gain is enough to lase, and the tone continues indefinately. A spectrum shows
a narrow line when this happens, about 500 hz for my setup.

I also found that a radiometer some distance away was vibrating (not spinning, but
rocking) which was an interesting resonance.

I need to get either a schottky diode to rectify a loudspeaker-as-acoustic-to-electric
converter output OR get a multimeter that can read AC. To see if I can harvest power.

I also find that you need an absorber to the *side* of the thing for best performance. My body
worked, also a spherical ornament decorated with pointy lights. Its all about the
reflection at the open end.

I will have to see how far it carries outside, tomorrow.
I'm getting sick of people calling Obama and Tiger "black". They are mulattoes,
and benefit from the hybrid vigor. You might as well call them caucasian or
asian (respectively) as negroid.

No doubt its a manifestation of white guilt.

I don't know that they have exploited 'affirmative action' racism, and at least
in Tiger's case I don't believe he has. Likely BO hasn't either.

But Ron Paul still is the only hope, texan and pale and male as he is.

Jus' speakin' truth to racists in power.

Hey Jesse, lets cut *your* balls off.
I've been using Skype to videophone my folks, esp when they had my kid,
but I found out about Zimmermann's Zfone and its a very cool software bump
in the wire. That allows privacy, ie, confidentiality, ie access control. (But doesn't
work with Skype's propietary protocol)
All the best to Phil.
We have a 6' diameter inflatable pool. It holds about 18" of water, about
300 gallons. If you only use chlorine bleach, you will still get algae in a week,
in the summer in SoCal. But if you add a teaspoon of "Zep" brand "root-kill"
you can maintain the water at least a month in full sunlight. This is
copper sulphate, which when I was a kid my dad used to reduce the filamentous
algae that grew in our bass pond.

Beautiful blue. Also a fun reagant, mix with baking soda to make a nice
pigment. Mix with egg white and it lasts a long time, esp. on porous concrete.

I've also got a little $10 pump moving the water through a 1 pint
water bottle filled with former pillow stuffing. The fibers trap algae
and the other particles you'll otherwise observe, keeping the water
clear and nominally clean.

Happiness is sitting in your underwear, beer in hand, in your $30 inflatable
backyard pool in Irvine. Under the shade of a backyard umbrella, as the
world heats up around you.

A lot less hassle than a pool or jacuzzi, and all the privacy you want.
So the Anthrax came from a government scientist, who until recently still had
lab access. Yep, the government is protecting you. Right. Keep knocking on
evolution's door.

30 May 2008

Heard a radio interview with some folks who lost their house to Katrina.
Nonetheless, despite living with 4 other kids, they had yet another kid a year later
while still living off the public dole --paid for hotel & catered food, since they
don't have a kitchen in their hotel. WTF? Can't you learn to eat without
a kitchen? Zillions of students and others do. Can't you learn to use contraceptives
or are you just stupid? He works surveillance at a casino, she's a waitress.
Yet they're arrogant. Typical Americans.

29 May 2008

In the last year, two boys died in american football practice locally, both within
2 miles of my house. Both of cardiac arrest.


An interesting question is whether they would have gotten to breeding age if they hadn't been jocks.

No loss.

09 March 2008

Buy a Roomba. From iRobot. It is the coolest thing.

Do NOT insulate your newborns from dust, cat dander,
etc. They NEED exposure; in some cases, they need to
get cultures from their parents.

Snuggle, and don't spray with antibiotics!
Of course, if the critter appears to suffer at all,
see an MD ASAP.

I saw a Kaiser MD in the UC in Irvine for my second gout flareup, I got a butt shot, and was
fine for a *hike* the next day. No wonder primitives love shots.

On antibios, first time in 15 years, too; good enough for cows. I have to take
anti-inflams for the uric for a bit, may take allopurinol futurewise.

But holy cow that MD cured my toe pain in a shot! I was going to give birth through
my big-toe knuckle, seriously. [I'm a guy]
Previously a Kaiser md gave me colchicine which worked
but took days. I wanted pain pills from the UC doc. Didn't get 'em, cause the pain
was gone next day, and he knew it! It was hard to write to KP to tell them how cool the MD was,
because the KP website isn't set up for kudos for docs.

Dang licit western med has never worked so fast!

Booze takes half an hour but isn't "licit" in the same sense. Won't discuss
N2O or cocainehcl etc but they act fast too, but are not in the Kaiser category.

Don't know about fentanyl; don't do opiates; when I do, I may be too sick to post.

Or, I may well enjoy it.

My family doesn't get heart disease, but cancer; I smoke a pipe and am heavy.
Oh well. As long as the koan holds: first my father, then me, then my son. The
natural order. I know some for whom that is an unlikely wish.

Being an athiest zen dude is not easy but not hard. :-)
Ok, I'm 43, and I still think Rush is god. And Eno. And Waits. And (only appreciated
in the last few years) Smashing Pumpkins. Who I learned about via the simpsons. Which
I only learned about around the 90s, but have been an observant follower ever since.

The animators & authors are brilliant and no doubt aligned with my views. I also
worship King of the Hill. And once tried to follow B&BH back in the day. Usually
I go to sleep before South Park and don't have a TiVo (tm).

I just mentally blocked on SP for a few minutes. I got out of it by naming characters
I remembered (Chef, Cartman, who killed K) (in phosphor) then I was able to remember the
series name. (And re-edited this paragraph)

I have a cog sci degree from MIT so I'm not just smoking dope. We're talking
mnemonic strategies that could be sold to HMOs with bulking Alz clients.

Though personally I think gizmos with voice, GPS, and photographs can help the
weak of mind. Been there, done that.

Consider your client blind although they can think and see; they just can't
understand what they see now.


The Future

I am currently trying to write the skeleton of an easily understood
Java Maraio video game. So I can hang with my kid, and teach
him & his buds what I do, and maybe eventually sell it (give away
the sw, sell educational services. I would even answer xian homeschooled
kids, even if Ca didn't think that was legal. Henry Rollins knows what
I would say to them. Go to youtube.com and search for Mr. R.
There's a cop parked across the street and I'm way out there but not
intimidated. I'm in my home, see. My "King Crimson Channel" is playing
on pandora.com, and my keys are far away from my car, and I have a copy
of the bill of rights in my wallet. I could probably take out the officers as they
returned to their car, them not expecting it, but I am not that angry and
do not want to face the consequences. But as a sometime cryptographer
I am fascinated by security in all its forms.

Actually, the Channel is playing Steve Morse's rendintion of Rush's Villa Strangiato
(while on my "Krimson" pandora-channel). Fascinating, Captain. I will have to
look up whether he has an assistant bassist. Notice that star trek (Mr R. --ed) did not know
about you tube. Or maybe faster than light travel screws with your Wi Fi :-) :-) :-)
A virus has the same chance --whether a good or a bad virus-- of getting
into heaven as Mother Theresa (tm), George Washington, Marilyn Manson,
or anyone else. That is not discouraging ---it simply means you should spend
all your time improving here and now.

And enjoy who you're with, where you are, the ambient temperature, etc.

Every day should be thanksgiving (tm). You have much more to be thankful
for, if you're reading this.
The best way to interpret current events these days is as a documentary
of the decline of the modern empire. From invading hoardes to indifferent citizens
to declining infrastructure and overextended military, we're (Americans)
replaying the Decline extremely faithfully.

Personally I'd be glad to see DC nuked and the US balkanize,
mutually consensually on the latter scenario, and I think freedom
and democracy and our way of life would benefit. Basically, Rome
is corrupt. Or so it seems here on the pacific plate.

Personally I usually regard jury slavery as collaboration in the WWII sense.

In fact, over time, an increasing number of activities will count as collaboration,
as seen by both sides. From hosting websites or relaying broadcasts to participating
in civic events or translating for the enemy (tm). Or making videos. Or, in the end,
suggesting that the Empire may have overstepped, perhaps because it became
infested with other Nation's, or narrow internal interests, but in any case, F'ed. F'ed
bigtime. Sic transit freedom, baby. As a presidential advisor once said, go for the head
shot, they're wearing body armor.
I'll vote for Obama > Clinton > McCain, but they all want slavery.

Physical slavery, beyond the abstract slavery known as taxes.

Won't it be ironic that a mulatto brings slavery (conscription, draft, national service,
call it what you like) back to america? You couldn't make this stuff up.

Of course, UBL will regard it as ironic that a half-muslim will nuke a great
deal of the caliphate, but the Man already regards a great number of his
nominal co-subscribers as apostates. And BHO has to prove his stuff.

As an atheist, I piss on every holy book. An asparagus piss
you will never wash out.

The right to be left alone will be enforced with survival-level response, dig?
Ron Paul's best hope is that John McCain dies. The republifascists
would be required to choose between Hitlerbee and Dr. P.

Its not nice to hope for death, but one person versus 300 million