Saturday nite Music wall.

Anonymous: Final Resistance 2014

Joan rivers.

©WENN / Joan Rivers
© WENN / Joan Rivers

Joan Rivers has reportedly been put on life support
By Sadie Gennis
Joan Rivers has been put on life support, TMZ reports.
According to sources, the comedian's family maintains faith in Rivers' ability to bounce back even if they decide to turn off the machines. They still have a few days to make a decision whether or not they will take Rivers off life support.

Rivers was rushed to the hospital on Thursday after she stopped breathing while undergoing a procedure on her vocal chords. She was initially in critical condition, but was upgraded to stable later that day. On Friday, her daughter Melissa released a statement saying Rivers was "resting comfortably and is with our family."

As the host of  "Fashion police " this woman's job is to look at a persons fashion , actions , statements and determine their sexual preference by what they wore or how they acted, that was her job 
and as any profession, she is good at that , so the obama thing , maybe

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A sequel i could watch.

Time to test your batting skills.

Report finds 1,400 children exploited in UK town

River Don in Rotherham, South Yorkshire England, Great Britain

Report author Alexis Jay cited appalling acts of violence between 1997 and 2013 in Rotherham, a town of some 250,000. The independent report came after a series of convictions of sex offenders in the region and ground-breaking reports in the Times of London that prompted the local council to launch an inquiry.
"The collective failures of political and officer leadership were blatant," said Jay, a former chief social work adviser to the Scottish government. "From the beginning, there was growing evidence that child sexual exploitation was a serious problem in Rotherham."
Attention first fell on Rotherham in 2010 when five men received lengthy jail terms after convictions of grooming teens for sex. Later, investigations began into why authorities failed to act even after frontline social workers suggested things were amiss.
Police "regarded many child victims with contempt," Jay said, adding that the first report that described the situation in Rotherham was "effectively suppressed" because senior officers did not believe the data.

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Technical Problems Increase as the Internet Runs Out of, Report

If you’ve experienced problems with your internet connection recently, chances are you’re not alone.
Recent reports suggest the system that routers use to share the map of the internet with one another has grown too large for some older routers to handle — which could result in poor connectivity.
“The industry faces many limitations with communications, ranging from wireless spectrum to core network bandwidth, and there is never a single solution to overcome these limitations,” Rob Enderle, principal analyst at the Enderle Group, told TechNewsWorld.
“The immediate need is a combination of extending the router memory caps and rebooting the routers, plus bundling IP addresses,” he continued.
The long-range solution is to shift from the Web’s current IPv4 protocol to IPv6, “but even IPv6 will eventually face similar limitations,” Enderle said.

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Saturday night music wall.

The cool thing about this young hard rock group is that they were all minors when they first played this song :

The Chain of Identity.

Hospital ER Charges $9,000 to Bandage Cut Finger

A New Jersey teacher was stunned when he received a $9,000 bill after his cut finger was bandaged in a hospital emergency room. Baer Hanusz-Rajkowski cut his finger with the claw end of a hammer. After waiting a few days to see if it would heal on its own, Hanusz-Rajkowski decided to go to the emergency room at Bayonne Medical Center in New Jersey, according to NBC New York. It was determined (without X-rays) that his finger didn’t need stitches. So Hanusz-Rajkowski left with a bandaged middle finger. NBC New York said he was surprised to get this in the mail:
Hanusz-Rajkowski got hit with an $8,200 bill for the emergency room visit. On top of that, Bayonne Medical Center charged $180 for a tetanus shot, $242 for sterile supplies, and $8 for some
antibacterial ointment in addition to hundreds of dollars for the services of the nurse practitioner.
That $9,000 bill left Hanusz-Rajkowski speechless. From NBC:
“I got a Band-Aid and a tetanus shot. How could it be $9,000? This is crazy,” Hanusz-Rajkowski said. “If I severed a limb, I’d carry it to the next emergency room in the next city before I go back to this place.”

Explains it.

The sovereign citizen movement is a loose grouping of American litigants, commentators, tax protesters and financial scheme promoters. Self-described sovereign citizens take the position that they are answerable only to their particular interpretation of the common law and are not subject to any statutes or proceedings at the federal, state, or municipal levels, or that they do not recognize U.S. currency and that they are "free of any legal constraints".[1][2][3] They especially reject most forms of taxation as illegitimate.[4] Participants in the movement argue this concept in opposition to "federal citizens" who, they say, have unknowingly forfeited their rights by accepting some aspect of federal law.[5]
Many members of the sovereign citizen movement believe that the U.S. Government is illegitimate.[6] JJ MacNab, who writes for Forbes about anti-government extremism, describes the sovereign citizen movement as consisting of individuals who believe that the County Sheriff is the most powerful law enforcement officer in the country, with authority superior to that of any federal agent, elected official, or local law-enforcement.[7]
The United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) classifies some sovereign citizens ("sovereign citizen extremists") as a domestic terrorist movement.[8] In 2010 the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) estimated that approximately 100,000 Americans were "hard-core sovereign believers" with another 200,000 "just starting out by testing sovereign techniques for resisting everything from speeding tickets to drug charges."[9]
A 2014 report by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism stated that a survey of law enforcement officials and agencies across the United States concluded that this movement was the single greatest threat to their communities, now ranking above Islamic terrorists and jihadists.

The rest of it here.

Nowadays it would be called "duck's on a pond" and , you better have plenty of ammo nevertheless.

Troll me , Bad idea.

The Psychology of Authority

Poor ‘Dead Broke’ Hillary

Poor ‘Dead Broke’ Hillary’s Three-Week Rental Will Cost Twice Avg. Americans’ Annual Income 
“Poor” Hillary Clinton claims to always be looking out for the “little guy,” while racking in millions. The Democrat presidential hopeful attested to be “dead broke,” a claim widely disputed, after the former First Lady left the White House in 2000. 
While pushing the Marxist meme of “income inequality,” Ms. Clinton and her serial woman abusing husband will be renting a house in the Hamptons, an $18 million property, that will cost roughly double the national median household income of $51,000 per year.  


The SIG MPX is the world’s first submachine gun that operates with a fully closed and locked rotating bolt system, greatly enhancing operator safety. The SIG MPX employs the SIG SAUER® battle-proven gas-operated short stroke piston system for unequalled reliability in the field, even under the most adverse conditions.
The SIG MPX is the only submachine gun that allows the operator to change barrel length, caliber and stock configuration in the field to meet mission requirements. Easily convertible to 9mm NATO, .357SIG or .40S&W. SIG SAUER® short stroke pushrod gas system — reduced recoil, superior reliability and reduced fouling.

  It has a carbon-fiber hand guard and a futuristic 
 9.5 inch skeletonized muzzle brake permanently attached. (It looks like the inside of a suppressor.) And here’s a hands-on report on the MPX-C from The Truth About Guns

Let's Sue Facebook, Mark's used to it.

Class Action Privacy Lawsuit Against Facebook Gains 25,000 Members

​In this photo taken Monday, Oct. 10, 2011, Austrian student Max Schrems sits with files about his activities on his Facebook account that Facebook handed over to him, in Vienna, Austria.
Max Schrems has launched a class action lawsuit against Facebook, claiming that Facebook's monitoring of a user's activity is in violation of European Union laws. More boldly, he claims Facebook cooperates with the U.S. surveillance scheme Prism. The case will request $667 in damages for the first 25,000 members of the class.

While Facebook has not commented on the lawsuit (as they have not yet been formally served with papers) they have previously said they did not know about Prism before it was publicly leaked.



Why the house is gridlocked right now.

From what i have seen in the house it has been the democratic party that has been the opposition on every bill proposed by the republicans , and they say they want to work in a bipartisan manner to fix the problem 
i call ,bullshit , the way they see it is : "it's my way or the fuckin highway" , I got news for them , im gonna get there and when i do , it's gonna be  "we the people and not this stupid arguing that's done in the house constantly , i know i can fix this stupid bickering and get shit done , perhaps you will vote for me when the time comes.. 


President Obama, Clueless In Chief

It’s really true. The president hasn’t got a clue.
President Barack Obama doesn’t understand why Russian President Vladimir Putin is chewing on Ukraine, and he doesn’t understand why Hamas can’t stick to a ceasefire with Jews.
He doesn’t understand why the Senate is in gridlock, he doesn’t understand why the Ex-Im bank is unpopular, and he doesn’t understand why his immigration-boosting bill has collapsed.
Obama showed his isolation from reality, and his parochial view of the world, during a Aug 1. press conference where he tried to explain why so many of his foreign policy and domestic projects have crashed since 2012.
His rationalizations and explanations seemed sincere, as did his puzzlement and frustration.

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