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  1. Realestate is through the roof in California. The market is hot, Hot, HOT!111!! Guns are banned, all the bad guys are in prison, and everybody who's anybody wants to live in California! Ever more onerous building codes and ever more shoddy construction practices drive up the price of existing structures, the owners of which do not mind a bit. Come on, dude, realestate is supposed to appreciate. It only does that if they don't build it like they used to. If you don't buy a house now, you'll never own one in your life, and neither will your children. Never mind the moldy air-conditioning system you are dependent on in the extreme heat most of the year, or the Legionnaires' disease in the water system and air ductwork, or the odor of marijuana wafting through the common ductwork of that condominium where you bought a unit. Never mind the maintenance fees, or the conditions, covenants, restrictions, and haircuts. Or the gangs in L.A. I told you, all the bad guys are in prison already. http://www.kcra.com/article/how-lawmakers-aim-to-tackle-californias-housing-crisis/12045247
  2. Thank you. I got to thinking that there were some missing threads to my argument here, for one thing the debates between the so-called "federalists" and the "anti-federalists" at the time. Anyways, once that agreement was made and finalized into the Constitution of the "United States," the states party to that Constitution were no longer allowed to form independent agreements or treaties among themselves outside the context of that Constitution, and in particular, not without the consent of the Congress of the United States. The "United States government" is clearly supposed to be within the bounds of the United States Constitution. The "federal government" is by obfuscation of terminology growing beyond the limits established by the Constitution.
  3. What exactly is Rabies? http://www.kingcounty.gov/depts/health/news/2017/August/19-rabid-bat.aspx I know stories of it have been around since the 1800s, but the "story" of Rabies as a disease caused by a virus does not really hold together all that well. There is no rabies in Australia, but it supposedly exists on every other continent. How likely is that? Supposedly any mammal can get rabies. How likely is that for an infectious disease? I've never heard of a rabid elk, deer, or bear, though. Always some animal like a dog, fox, or bat. A cat? Hardly. Supposedly rabies is always fatal, unless the victim is "immunized" in time. How likely is it to be true that immunization for any disease can help after one has already acquired the disease? Bats supposedly get rabies. Bats consume human blood only indirectly, by eating mosquitos that have already directly sucked human blood. Too many tall tales when it comes to bats. Animals with rabies are "mad." How is this behavior distinguished scientifically from hunger or anger? The "extremely rare" survival stories of one or two patients diagnosed with rabies after some truly bizarre medical treatment. Hydrophobia? Come on, that's just one of those tired old 19th-century Austrian medical notions that have crippled our nation since the woefully incomplete "victory" of World War One. Just give it up already, docs.
  4. Those men are in control of the mainStreamMedia, britishBroadcastingCorporation, etc. They're from the Middle East. That's why they write computer programs in camelCase.
  5. There's quite a cult following at Area 51, and I wonder if there aren't folks sneaking around that area who cultivate that sort of following. Doing bad things to small children, that kind of cult.
  6. http://nypost.com/2017/08/21/couple-having-sex-on-flight-couldnt-control-themselves/ Oh, they're straight. That's what straight people do. You're gay if you don't pay money for sex up in the air.
  7. Right. You can't even talk about beating the shit out of these left-wing idiots, or you go to prison. You just can't talk shit like that these days, dude. The evidence is right there in front of your eyes on the computer, for all to see. You gotta do it in a back alley with no witnesses if you want to get away with it. That's what the solicitors are prosecuting, in any online case. They're not going after online identity theft, where actual money, goods of value, or other tangible resources are at stake. It's all about somebody's feelings getting all butthurt because his homosexual advances were turned down too many times.
  8. http://www.businessinsider.com/donald-trump-is-a-nazi-sympathizer-2017-8 >>>Mr. Trump defended those gathered in a Charlottesville park to protest the removal of a statue of Robert E. Lee. “I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups,” he said. “Not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists by any stretch.”<<< Robert E. Lee is an important figure in the history of that area. Trump is certainly correct that by no means everyone who protests the removal of a statue of him is necessarily a Neo-Nazi or white supremacist. I have visited some monuments to Confederate soldiers in the South. They are certainly quaint and almost seem out of place -- but even from a Union or "carpetbagger" point of view, i.e., "This is what we defeated," by all means, a historic monument, let it stay there if it's meaningful to the people of the area. Right. ACLU is a huge part of that problem. https://www.wsj.com/articles/aclu-changes-policy-on-defending-hate-groups-protesting-with-firearms-1503010167?mod=rss_US_News >>>The American Civil Liberties Union, taking a tougher stance on armed protests, will no longer defend hate groups seeking to march with firearms, the group’s executive director said.<<< I'm sick of their liberal "no longer" bullshit. ACLU is a fuckin' barbershop. They're cuttin' hair. ACLU has always supported hate groups and never supported gun rights on any sort of non-discriminatory basis.
  9. https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/rhythms-recovery/201708/coffee-is-drug-not-beverage-drink-just-not-too-much Leslie E. Korn Ph.D, MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP Rhythms of Recovery >>>Coffee is a drug, not a beverage. Thus, it should be used like a drug, sparingly and only for specific purposes to alter consciousness, consciously.<<< >>>In my clinical practice, some people who have been sexually abused, or had abusive toilet training practices as children, or who have been conditioned to believe touching their anus should be avoided, (anal retentive) or who have negative associations with fecal elimination, may be resistant to this form of detoxification and need not be pressured but can be reassured. In these cases, it must remain a personal decision about whether to proceed with this method of detoxification. Not everyone will choose to do it ...<<< Caffeine is a mild stimulant and diuretic. If it is anything more than that, I didn't ask for anything "extra" in my coffee. Coffee is not a mind-altering substance. If it is, something else is in the coffee that shouldn't be there. Coffee enemas? Sounds more like a circumlocution or euphemism for male homosexual date rape. That's just too bizarre to be taken literally. Detoxification? The diuretic effects of caffeine might make your kidneys produce a little more urine, but if the coffee is brewed with fresh water as it should be, then non-alcoholic fluids are fluids, and certainly necessary and helpful to "detoxify." https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/rhythms-recovery/201708/integrative-medicine-withdraw-and-detoxify-nicotine >>>Among many American Indians, smoking and cessation strategies are culturally linked to sacred tobacco use.<<< ☮ Same "gal." Sounds more like a homosexual man writing under a female pseudonym. Smoking the peace pipe way too heavy. It's time to go on the warpath over this nonsense.
  10. The drugging by the psychiatric industry -- largely driven by Eastern interests, certainly leads to obesity, low IQ, entitlement, unsupportable debt, and political correctness. I want to puke when someone calls a pet a "service animal" or "emotional companion animal" -- a little Chihuahua or Yorkie that some entitled (seeing and hearing) gal carries in her arms wherever she goes -- even where animals are forbidden. Snowflakes: in Georgia or Alabama they might think snowflakes are special, but probably not so much in other parts. The foreign-agent international brotherhood labor unions fight endlessly agains the right-to-work in the U.S. and force political idealism on us with a transition to Marxist communism which is never 100% complete -- only 99% -- so America remains forever under the dictatorship of the proletariat since its devastating loss in the Vietnam War. Working hard and having a bright future is all well and good, but that depends on a trustworthy store of value for the fruits of your labor until such time as you may enjoy them. Not only must we work hard but fight and win this economic war against our freedom, posterity, and future. When people talk about "American" culture, they are full of Neo-Nazi white nationalist Old-Testament Judaeo-Christian b*~~$#!+. "Native" Americans are from many different tribes with disparate cultures. Children of European or African or Asian immigrants, likewise. America is all about civil rights, regardless of culture. Respect my individual rights, and I'll worry about my own "culture."
  11. A coal-fired boiler exploded at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The explosion occurred on a Friday afternoon between 4:00pm amd 5:00pm sometime during the 2000-2001 school year. The temperature outside was about 20 degrees below zero (Fahrenheit) at the time. No news records of the explosion seem to exist. A large amount of steam was released, forming a mushroom cloud over the physical plant building. There were rumors at the time that a supercomputer on campus lost power because of this explosion, and that much classified military/government work was lost: this entails that the university had some means of generating electricity as well as heat (steam) with the boiler. The military as a general rule does not trust university frat boys: therefore I seriously doubt that anything on that computer was classified or that anyone running it had any clearance whatsoever to handle U.S. government or military classified information. As a student majoring in computer science I never had access to this computer or anything that was done on it. Coal was usually shipped to the boiler by train from nearby Nenana: a train arrived about 3:00am every day with a load of coal, and on especially cold days, another train would come about 3:00pm. Water from the Chena River is very hard and would have a tendency to form scale inside the boiler and clog pipes, tubes, and valves. Any casualties or fatalities were immediately denied.
  12. http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamadermatology/fullarticle/2648859 These doctors are just too disgusting, careless, and incompetent to take seriously, but unfortunately our life is in their hands. http://wtop.com/science/2017/08/harvard-study-strengthens-link-between-breast-cancer-risk-and-light-exposure-at-night/ >>>(THE CONVERSATION) A new study from Harvard has found greater risk of breast cancer in women who live in neighborhoods that have higher levels of outdoor light during the night.<<< The risk of breast cancer and the risk of diagnosis of breast cancer are two different things.
  13. https://www.news4jax.com/news/national/asianamerican-doctor-says-white-nationalists-refuse-her-care Asian-American doctor says white nationalists refuse her care ??? I don't care what race they are. Mayhem and murder in the ER is business as usual, and none of those "doctors" have any accountability whatsoever for what they do, except for the law of Moses: eye for and eye, tooth for a tooth, skin for skin, and life for life.
  14. No, we do not need the "trappings" of such religion. ["Of the book" or other?] Outward trappings do not make for a true religion of the heart. Especially when self-professed Christians have become blinded by fundamentalism, they can no longer read the Bible in the light of the true and correct Spirit. The Bible tells us many things as facts, human emotions, and judgments that are ultimately human as well. "This is what happened," or "It came to pass that..." When a judgment is made, the Bible tells us, "This is the judgment that was made," but it is left for the reader to determine, if such-and-such a thing happened, "Was this right or wrong?" The Jews were notoriously picky eaters, having so many rules and formalities over the ceremonial cleanliness of food. They longed for the fleshpots of Egypt, human feeding troughs from which they had eaten as slaves. When the Egyptians had mutilated them in the genitals to mark them as slaves, petty parents, jealous over their own children's future, could not bring themselves to do away with that abominable practice. Re: "trappings" of religion The Bible itself speaks of this. >>>Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof: ... [2 Timothy 3:5]<<<
  15. https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/local/michigan/2017/08/17/raheel-siddiqui-parris-island-muslim-marine-hazing/559977001/ “My son is never doing suicide,” said Ghazala, who moved to the U.S. in the 1990s. “He knows (his) mom no live without (him), not one minute, one day. … I lost everything.” No, I am not Muslim, but we do not believe in suicide either in my culture. That doting mother simply drove him to death. He was trapped in the matrix by his own mother with no escape. My own mother was stone deaf to the unearthly screams of the innocent ones whom the Lord placed into her arms: she gave me horrible haircuts, glued my eyes shut with SuperGlue, and had a disreputable dentist drill my baby teeth unnecessarily, all in order to "discipline" me when I was a small child. She never ceased doting.