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Ole Olson54,620It has come to light that Google has started funding and supporting some of the most vile right wing extremist collectives and corporate front groups in America. Join us by changing your avatar and boycotting every single Google service for one day in protest.  *On Wednesday, December 11th make a serious attempt to not use anything Google.* No Google Searches. No Google+. No gmail. No Youtube. No Google Calendar. No Blogger. No Google Maps. No Google Photos. No Google translate. No Google reverse image search. No Google Play. No Google Drive. No Google Books. No Google Shopping. Nothing.  (Android is immune since it is Open Source).  If nothing else, just think of this as a challenge to see if you are able to spend a day on the internet without using a single Google product or service or just take the day off and enjoy the real world for a change.  _Google, many of us are your most loyal users, and we love the technical direction everything is heading by rolling all services into Google+_ but it must be understood in no uncertain terms that we vehemently disagree with your decision to start to fund proto-fascist, right wing extremist, anti-environmental, anti-worker, and anti-science shock fronts like: •ALEC (American Legislative Exchange Council) •American Conservative Union •Americans for Tax Reform •CATO Institute •Federalist Society •George Mason University Law School Law and Economics Center •Heritage Action •Mercatus Center •National Taxpayers Union •R Street Institute •Texas Public Policy Foundation ________________________________________________ *More information:* Don’t Be Evil? Google Funding a Slew of Right-Wing Groups http://billmoyers.com/2013/12/04/dont-be-evil-google-funding-a-slew-of-right-wing-groups/ Tell Google CEO Larry Page to Cut Ties with ALEC http://org.salsalabs.com/o/632/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=14651 Tell Google: Don't Be Evil With ALEC http://act.rootsaction.org/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=8648 #ShameOnGoogle  #Google    #DontBeEvil  One Day Boycott of ALL Google Products2013-12-11 07:00:00159  

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Maybe because it doesn't bug God nearly as it does some of his followers?

After all, pretty much every culture out there at some time has practiced infanticide/abortion as population control since primitive hunter/gathering times (Hunter/gatherer groups tend to space children about 4 years apart for reasons reflected in the way of life).....and only a fraction of fertilizations even make it to birth, so if you believe God set everything up, then God set up a system where every zygote isn't sacred...and infant death rates before modern medicine were high, higher than intentional infanticide.  

If he were into zapping people and cultures that practiced these things, then we'd never have gotten to the Neolithic, much less to where we are now.  If he didn't prioritize that in how the world was set up and human reproduce and live,  with huge losses in fertilizations andinf... mehr »

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not a new writeup, but tonight, I went out to a 50s themed diner, and The Lion Sleeps Tonight was playing, which got my hubby and me to wondering the background of the story....why would a song that reads like a lullaby have this style?  And I said, it sounds like it originated maybe with a Zulu background.  Curious, I came home and found this....

not a new writeup, but tonight, I went out to a 50s themed diner, and The Lion Sleeps Tonight was playing, which got my hubby and me to wondering the background of the story....why would a song that reads like a lullaby have this style?  And I said, it sounds like it originated maybe with a Zulu background.  Curious, I came home and found this....___

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Writing snippet...something old I've been playing with last night and today.

It was time for Thom to leave.

The old oak door of the farmhouse  creaked a little as he pushed on it and  stepped through.  Blinking against the brightness, he took a deep breath of air and snugged his cap firmly on his head.

“Looks to be a good day,” he said,  moving  into the sunshine.  “A good thing.  Me and old Marnie have a long day ahead of us.”

 Leaning up against the wall of the house was a huge wicker pack.  As big as it was, it still had an assortment of things, ropes and bowls and leather bags and ladles  and even a bell or two tied to the outside of it, to tempt the curiosity of anybody who saw it, a proper peddler's pack. Thom looked at it fondly, like a man might look at his aging wife,  something molded to his shape, and he to its.  He walked towards it.  “One mo... mehr »

Writing snippet...something old I've been playing with last night and today.

It was time for Thom to leave.

The old oak door of the farmhouse  creaked a little as he pushed on it and  stepped through.  Blinking against the brightness, he took a deep breath of air and snugged his cap firmly on his head.

“Looks to be a good day,” he said,  moving  into the sunshine.  “A good thing.  Me and old Marnie have a long day ahead of us.”

 Leaning up against the wall of the house was a huge wicker pack.  As big as it was, it still had an assortment of things, ropes and bowls and leather bags and ladles  and even a bell or two tied to the outside of it, to tempt the curiosity of anybody who saw it, a proper peddler's pack. Thom looked at it fondly, like a man might look at his aging wife,  something molded to his shape, and he to its.  He walked  towards it.  “One more thing for you, Marnie,” he said, lifting up the black leather  cover before putting a bundle deep into the pack's depths. “We'll be on the road soon.  But give me a moment.  I want to make sure I have this in my memory forever.  Not sure if we'll be back this way again.”

Closing the pack he turned slowly around to look at his surroundings.  The farmhouse was  built like most of them in the high country, no bigger than it had to be, stone and wood with stout walls to keep the winter wind out, and a steep roof to keep the snow from getting too heavy for the beams. It was surrounded by outbuildings and pens, fruit trees and a fenced-in garden, neater than most in the area, for the wife of the house was a hard working woman who liked order.

“I'm going to miss coming up here,” he said.

A small boy in a patched, well-worn tunic and not much else ran through a group of geese grazing in the yard in front of the cottage,  swinging a branch of willow. The birds honked and scattered as he passed.

The farm wife stuck her own head out of the house, wiping her hands on her apron.  “Stop it, now, Will,” she said, frowning at the boy.  “If any of those geese get hurt, your da, he’ll have your hide.  Go help your brothers with the goats.”

“But Ma,” the boy said, stopping in midstride.  “They was getting... I...”

She gave him a mild whack on his backside,   “You heard me.  Off with you.”

Taking in the look on his mother's face, the boy sighed and threw his branch down, and headed for one of the outbuildings behind the house.

“Boys will be boys,” Thom said.  “He reminds me of your man when he was a little one.”

This made the woman smile a little, although there was a touch of sadness in her eyes, too.  “He does take after my Rob, he does.  More than the others.”

“With luck, he'll find a woman like his mother to bring out the best of him,” Thom said.

“You were always a talker, Master Thom,” she said, smiling a bit brighter, for a moment, and then saddened again.  “I hope you weren't planning on leaving without saying goodbye.”

“No,” he said, shaking his head.  “I came out to put that last cloth you sold me up.  But it is time.”

She watched him as he hefted his load up and slipped his arms into the pack straps.  A bell jingled, and the pots rattled as he did.
“You'd never be able to sneak off making all that noise,” the farmer's wife said.

“See – I told you so,” Thom said.  “You'd have caught me before I got to the gate.”

“I’m sorry Rob's not here to see you off,  Master Thom.”  She twisted a corner of her apron in her hands.  “He said he couldn't wait to get started on the far field. Toby was only going to be here to help today.”  She shook her head, but looked doubtful.  “Maybe that was it. He never was one for farewells.”

“That’s all right. Thank him for me, and thank you kindly, Linn,” he said.  “Putting up with all my old stories.”  He picked up his staff from where it leaned against the side of the house.  “I’d better get going if I’m going to get past the waterfall before nightfall.”

“Are you sure, Master Thom?  You really think this is your last time up here?” she asked, giving the cloth an extra twist.  “You're doing to stay down at Byersby with all those fancy people and leave the high country behind?”

“Byersby is where I live,” he said,   He shifted a little and the bell on his pack jingled. “You know I love the high country. I’ve been coming here a long time,” he said with a small smile.  “I remember you at your father’s place, a sharp-eyed young girl with pig-tails and already clever with the distaff and the needle.  And now look at you, you with your oldest boy about to get married. But there's a time...”___

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Another on the Turkey/Kurd conflict.

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I have people objecting to a blog article I posted about Turkey hitting Kurdish forces.  So, here starts some articles from a variety of sources.  This one is an AP story.

I have people objecting to a blog article I posted about Turkey hitting Kurdish forces.  So, here starts some articles from a variety of sources.  This one is an AP story.___

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quote: A second, 58-word correction was added to the article on Saturday:
An article in some editions on Friday about a request to the Justice Department for an investigation regarding Hillary Clinton’s personal email account while she was secretary of state referred incorrectly, using information from senior government officials, to the request. It was a “security referral,” pertaining to possible mishandling of classified information, officials said, not a “criminal referral.”

quote: A second, 58-word correction was added to the article on Saturday:
An article in some editions on Friday about a request to the Justice Department for an investigation regarding Hillary Clinton’s personal email account while she was secretary of state referred incorrectly, using information from senior government officials, to the request. It was a “security referral,” pertaining to possible mishandling of classified information, officials said, not a “criminal referral.”___

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Maybe because it doesn't bug God nearly as it does some of his followers?

After all, pretty much every culture out there at some time has practiced infanticide/abortion as population control since primitive hunter/gathering times (Hunter/gatherer groups tend to space children about 4 years apart for reasons reflected in the way of life).....and only a fraction of fertilizations even make it to birth, so if you believe God set everything up, then God set up a system where every zygote isn't sacred...and infant death rates before modern medicine were high, higher than intentional infanticide.  

If he were into zapping people and cultures that practiced these things, then we'd never have gotten to the Neolithic, much less to where we are now.  If he didn't prioritize that in how the world was set up and human reproduce and live,  with huge losses in fertilizations andinf... mehr »

Maybe because it doesn't bug God nearly as it does some of his followers?

After all, pretty much every culture out there at some time has practiced infanticide/abortion as population control since primitive hunter/gathering times (Hunter/gatherer groups tend to space children about 4 years apart for reasons reflected in the way of life).....and only a fraction of fertilizations even make it to birth, so if you believe God set everything up, then God set up a system where every zygote isn't sacred...and infant death rates before modern medicine were high, higher than intentional infanticide.  

If he were into zapping people and cultures that practiced these things, then we'd never have gotten to the Neolithic, much less to where we are now.  If he didn't prioritize that in how the world was set up and human reproduce and live,  with huge losses in fertilizations and infant death,  and he didn't go around zapping cultures that also controlled fertility this way, why would you assume he'd zap the court?___

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quote: Turns out it's easier to shout loudly about how America is the greatest nation that has ever existed than it is to undertake the painful, costly action that would make that claim true.

quote: Turns out it's easier to shout loudly about how America is the greatest nation that has ever existed than it is to undertake the painful, costly action that would make that claim true.___

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quote: Origin of Freedom of Oppression

Opium was outlawed in China.

British merchants smuggled it in from India. Their diligent efforts led to a surge in the number of Chinese dependent on the mother of heroin and morphine, who charmed them with false happiness and ruined their lives.

The smugglers were fed up with the hindrances they faced at the hands of Chinese authorities. Developing the market required free trade, and free trade demanded war.

William Jardine, a generous sort, was the most powerful of the drug traffickers and vice president of the Medical Missionary Society, which offered treatment to the victims of the opium he sold.
In London, Jardine hired a few influential writers and journalists, including best-selling author Samuel Warren, to create a favorable environment for war. These communications professionals ran the cause of freedom high up... mehr »

quote: Origin of Freedom of Oppression

Opium was outlawed in China.

British merchants smuggled it in from India. Their diligent efforts led to a surge in the number of Chinese dependent on the mother of heroin and morphine, who charmed them with false happiness and ruined their lives.

The smugglers were fed up with the hindrances they faced at the hands of Chinese authorities. Developing the market required free trade, and free trade demanded war.

William Jardine, a generous sort, was the most powerful of the drug traffickers and vice president of the Medical Missionary Society, which offered treatment to the victims of the opium he sold.
In London, Jardine hired a few influential writers and journalists, including best-selling author Samuel Warren, to create a favorable environment for war. These communications professionals ran the cause of freedom high up the flagpole. Freedom of expression at the service of free trade: pamphlets and articles rained down upon British public opinion, exalting the sacrifice of the honest citizens who challenged Chinese despotism, risking jail, torture, and death in that kingdom of cruelty.

The proper climate established, the storm was unleashed. The Opium War lasted, with a few interruptions, from 1839 to 1860.___

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quote: Explaining his garbled reasoning to the Daily Dot, a hacker called ThreatKing issued a DDoS attack to crash the site because he thinks New York (the city, not the magazine) is “really bad.”
Saying that his vendetta has nothing to do with the Cosby story, ThreatKing told the Daily Dot that there were “Many stupid people at [sic] New York…. I have not even seen the cover, LOL.”

quote: Explaining his garbled reasoning to the Daily Dot, a hacker called ThreatKing issued a DDoS attack to crash the site because he thinks New York (the city, not the magazine) is “really bad.”
Saying that his vendetta has nothing to do with the Cosby story, ThreatKing told the Daily Dot that there were “Many stupid people at [sic] New York…. I have not even seen the cover, LOL.”___

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So I had a pretty good editing day yesterday, and called it a night around 1 am.  Got to sleep close to 2 am.  Dreamed of monsters and dragons all night long. This morning at 8 am, I have someone changing out a sealed window unit in my living room, and housepainters. My fuzzy, pre-Coffee consumed brain is wrapped in  uncaffeinated blurr.

Information overload, oh yeah.  Going to be an interesting morning...

So I had a pretty good editing day yesterday, and called it a night around 1 am.  Got to sleep close to 2 am.  Dreamed of monsters and dragons all night long. This morning at 8 am, I have someone changing out a sealed window unit in my living room, and housepainters. My fuzzy, pre-Coffee consumed brain is wrapped in  uncaffeinated blurr.

Information overload, oh yeah.  Going to be an interesting morning...___

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Nothing like editing something you wrote two years ago to make you say, WTF was I thinking, wording it that way?   LOL.

Nothing like editing something you wrote two years ago to make you say, WTF was I thinking, wording it that way?   LOL.___

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