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From RidleyReport.com

"Oath Keeper Baby" parents answer critics


This just brings more holes into the story and leaves more questions.  But it might explain why Oath Keepers was mentioned if this dude was using them in the same vain as violence against the government.  I saw the videos by Sam and Ridley of the parents of the baby and just....I get a weird vibe.  This video kind of proves that there's way more to this story than anyone is letting out. 

My personal feelings?  This was a setup.  A setup for what, I dunno, but something seems really fishy with this whole thing.

If big pharma has anything to do with it, most supplements will be outlawed or drastically changed to be ineffective.  That's not to say a majority of them are effective, but the more effective ones have already been banned in some way or another.  Most stuff on the market now is nothing more than snake oil, especially stuff that claims to enhance immune systems and vitamins in general unless in liquid form.

General / Re: What do you do for a living.
« on: October 13, 2010, 11:13:04 PM »
business to business help desk support.  I call it IT, but really it's just staring at two monitors for 10 hours a night

Were they free staters?  There so many holes in this story it's not even funny.

General / Re: So Congress is planning a moratorium on home foreclosures.
« on: October 09, 2010, 11:48:46 PM »
the way I see it now, we're clearly fucked.

They should have just let everything collapse back in 08 and dealt with the issue up front.  Instead it's getting worse because they're trying to hide all this shit and the real problems.  The longer this charade goes on, the worse the coming years are going to be.  Fuck we could have probably been in a full blown recovery by now if they had let shit collapse.  I honestly think the coming depression is going to make the Great Depression look extremely tame and boring.

General / Re: Loud sounds and annoyances.
« on: October 09, 2010, 11:45:12 PM »
1PM: trying to sleep so I can be awake at work tonight

1:30PM: neighbor fires up chainsaw and starts cutting down what seems like 10 trees.

3PM I finally fall asleep after tossing and turning because the chainsaw is annoying as fuck when i'm trying to sleep.

Try working night shift and sleeping during the day.  You get a whole new perspective on how to live with noise and trying to sleep.  Unless the shit is intentional, they aren't harming anyone.  Obviously, if it was intentional day after day, you could bring the problem up to them and try to work it out.  Just let people live.  if it gets to the point where it starts hurting property values, then the community as a whole has a legit gripe, until then it's really just an annoyance and should be ignored to keep peace. :)

General / Re: Loud sounds and annoyances.
« on: October 09, 2010, 02:36:50 AM »
I hate the sound of birds chirping.  It goes right through me.  I live in a heavily wooded area.  I can hardly think sometimes it gets so loud.  Are the birds initiating force on me?

You can't control others.

Damnit....thanks for reminding me i still need to watch "What the BLEEP" and "Down the rabbit hole".  Wonder if those are on Netflix....


I think we're talking about different types of communes.

I mean, look at http://www.thevenusproject.com/ and tell me that's the same as Agorist Acres? 

holy crap.....

I can't even stand on a chair to change a light bulb in the ceiling fan without getting dizzy.

Also, that little hook they place over the handles when they have to take one of their hands off the handles for something?  Yeah...notice how easily that just comes right off because it doesn't clamp.  That's not my idea of safe.  These guys are insane.

General / Re: The most honest government ad I've ever seen.
« on: October 04, 2010, 12:23:21 AM »
Really good analysis of that vid here:

Quote from: http://freedominourtime.blogspot.com/2010/10/gaias-jolly-jokesters.html
Suetonious records that while attending the Circensian Games the Emperor Caligula was so offended by a public display of support for one of his critics that he exclaimed: "I wish the Roman people had but one neck!"

 It's possible that "Little Boots" intended that outburst as a joke. If so, the depraved tyrant had a sense of humor quite similar to the one displayed by the 10:10 Campaign, an English environmentalist group that seeks to hector the public into reducing its collective "carbon footprint."

"Many people found [No Pressure] extremely funny, but unfortunately some didn't and 10:10 would like to apologise to everybody who was offended by the film," stated 10:10 global campaign director Lizzie Gillet.  Fanny Armstrong, founder of 10:10, recited the same potted non-apology: "When the film was released ... lots of people found it funny, but many others were offended. Out of respect for those we offended, we immediately apologised and withdrew the film."

I'm struck by the fact that 10:10's "apology" follows the same collectivist logic displayed in its perverted mass murder fantasy: The enlightened understand the joke, even if a few reactionary holdouts aren't enchanted by it. Pity, isn't it, that we don't have a master detonator that would reduce such charmless people to a bloody mist?

"It has been suggested  that we call a United Species Conference -- a conference far more representative than the United Nations is - and put this one question to the ten million representatives (one for each species): `Should the human species be allowed to continue on this planet?'" wrote eco-theologian Matthew Fox in his book The Coming of the Cosmic Christ. "The vote would most likely be 9,999,999 to 1 that we humans, with our dualistic hatred of earth ... be banished to some distant place in the galaxy so that Mother Earth could resume her birthing of beauty, amazement, colors, and health."

Fox is a peripheral figure. David Graber, Chief Scientist for the Pacific West Region of the National Park Service, is not. In a 1989 book review for the Los Angeles Times, Graber unflinchingly expressed the idea that in order for Gaia to prosper, countless millions of human beings must die.

"Human happiness, and certainly human fecundity, are not as important as a wild and healthy planet," insisted Graber. "I know social scientists who remind me that people are a part of nature, but that isn't true.... We have become a plague upon ourselves and upon the earth. Until such time as homo sapiens should decide to rejoin nature, some of us can only hope for the right virus to come along."

Oh, if only the unregenerate masses had a single neck that could be severed by an immense guillotine -- or if the exalted "some of us" to whom Graber refers could annihilate the rest by pushing a single red button.

I myself think it's sick.  Coupled with that Socialist march in DC, I'm tempted to think there's more of them than there are of those of us who just want to be left the fuck alone.


General / Re: And you thought the tea parties were bad......
« on: October 03, 2010, 10:12:50 PM »
why do I feel like I'm living in 1920's Germany?

It's shit like this that makes me think we really don't have any hope left.

General / Re: What Video Games Are You Currently playing?
« on: October 03, 2010, 10:10:35 PM »
IWoW is on hold until Cataclysm comes out, at which point I'm thinking of starting a brand new account on American servers (mine is currently on EU, and there's still no way to switch it) and going for a blank slate.  Might as well, since my EU guild has pretty much fragmented, Cata will make the world look totally different, and there will be two new races to play with their own stories and starter zones. 

I just got an invite into the Cata Beta.  I've spent the last two days trying to install it and think I have it installed.  That's the fun of trying to play a Windows game in Linux :P

Soon as Cata comes out my orc hunter is changing to an undead hunter.  I'm rolling a Troll Druid and a goblin something (not sure yet) and possibly a Worgen something.

I'd say hop onto Area 52 and join the guild I'm in if you want.  Been in there for 2+ years.  Casual guild but they try to raid every week.  I think at one point we had the most females in a guild on our server and it might still be true LOL.

Hell we could start a WoW FTL guild :P

The Show / Baby Reading Kit
« on: October 02, 2010, 11:08:29 PM »
Just to let you guys know, My parents and I purchased the Baby Reading Kit that you guys advertise on the show for my sister's 5 month old son for Christmas.  By then he'll be close to 8 or 9 months old and hopefully she'll start using the kit with him soon.

If I remember, I'll try to post any kind of feedback I get from her or that I see in her son from time to time here.

BTW, was there a code to use to make sure FTL gets any kind of credit?  It's too late now, but I don't remember hearing anything that just the website.  Has anyone else gotten this kit, and if so how has it worked so far?

General / Re: What Video Games Are You Currently playing?
« on: October 02, 2010, 10:55:54 PM »
I only really play World of Warcraft. I don't feel comfortable killing things in video games.


You kill things just as much in WOW as any other game.

Also, video games <> Reality.

The only game I had a real problem with was Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2.  It just didn't feel right and people take that shit way too seriously.  I didn't mind Red Dead Redemption.

But I agree, video games aren't reality but I had a problem with CODMW2 because I actually felt like I was supporting the military by buying and playing the damn game and it stopped being fun.

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