MEMORIES: Frau Reinke loved Haloween

Monday, October 31, 2011

Our Girl had a special place in her heart for the children who t ‘n’ t ed.

She’d spend several hundred on candy, cards, and little baggies.

She “hired” the ‘phews to fill the bags and, when they outgrew the easy money, she sit and carefully do it. I was “fired” from helping because I was not meticulous enough in carefully placing one of each type of candy in each bag.

She had a special bowl for the neighbor’s children that had dollar bills in the bags.

On All Saint’s Day, the day after, the ‘phews would be sure to come over and un-mine the bags. She’d give them the “leftover” dollars for the help. (Easy money, for sure!)

To avoid a very painful evening, I’m absconding overnight to AC for dinner and the comedy club. While it will remind me of her and what we did in AC, even that last glorious trip last January when she was like old, it’s not as hard as seeing all the children.

Back tomorrow.

That’s All Saints’ Day and I’ll go pray for my personal “saint”; Tuesday is All Souls’ Day, and I’ll go again to pray for my personal “soul”.

Sadly!

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INTERESTING: The American Revolution legal? Oxymoronical questions

Monday, October 31, 2011

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-15345511

19 October 2011 Last updated at 13:14 ET
Is the US Declaration of Independence illegal?
COMMENTS (431)
By Matt Danzico and Kate Dailey
BBC News Magazine

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Who cares? “Might makes right!” I acquire my “rights” by being able and willing to fight for them.

The only reason, that a society “grants” me my rights, is that it can’t afford the price that I will extract if it doesn’t.

If I’m willing to die on a particular “hill”, cause there are always more of them than me, then I put a stake in the ground.

We have examples in history of one person standing up to the mob.

The American Revolution legal? It’s like “jumbo shrimp”. Makes no sense.

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TECHNOLOGY: Email isn’t always needed?

Sunday, October 30, 2011

http://www.irishcentral.com/news/Irishman-sent-a-message-in-a-bottle-as-the-Titanic-sunk-132847328.html

Irishman sent a message in a bottle as the Titanic sunk
Jeremiah Burke from Co. Cork sent his family a note of farewell
By JORDANA KOZUPSKY, IrishCentral.com Staff Writer
Published Saturday, October 29, 2011, 10:41 AMUpdated Saturday, October 29, 2011, 10:41 AM

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And the message wound up on a beach near his home and it got through.

Amazing?

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INSPIRATIONAL: Dyno gal that is worth 20 minutes

Sunday, October 30, 2011

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AjrQKydRGgM

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Ten things I know for sure:

1. Change is never good; it’s unstoppable, relentless, and often silent.

2. Cherish every moment; even the bad times. You may view them as better than where you are now.

3. Often your paradigms and memes are wrong; you have to keep questioning your assumptions.

4. You should have children so that, hopefully, some one cares.

5. “Run out” all your ideas; hindsight is 20-20. “I could a been a contender!”

6. Figure out your personal “success for your generation”.

7. Advice, no matter how well intentioned, is often wrong. What’s right for the advisor can be completely wrong for you.

8. Time is a unique thing. Everyone has this moment. What you do with it may matter? Carpe diem us an understatement.

9. All of the world’s problems are rooted in “fiat money”.

10. A marketplace is an election in which everyone’s needs are “equally” dissatisfied.

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POLITICAL: New drink driving laws in Eire are stealing businesses

Saturday, October 29, 2011

http://www.irishcentral.com/news/New-drink-driving-laws-could-close-half-of-Irelands-pubs-132844583.html

New drink driving laws could close half of Ireland’s pubs
Greater public safety means less indulgence
By ANTOINETTE KELLY, IrishCentral.com Staff Writer
Published Saturday, October 29, 2011, 7:23 AM
Updated Saturday, October 29, 2011, 7:32 AM

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A new drinking and driving law could lead to the closure of up to half the pubs in Ireland.

Irish publicans have reacted with scorn to new drink and driving legislation that reduced the blood alcohol limit to 50mg per 100mls of blood.

The new law has come into force this week, and it’s already being called a deadly blow to the pubs of rural Ireland. In fact, some publicans warn, the new restrictions could lead to the closure of up to half the pubs in the country.

Kerry County Council member and publican Bobby O’Connell told the Irish Examiner that vintners are convinced that up to 50 percent of all Irish pubs will be forced to shut down within the next five years. 


“Rural pubs are being decimated,” said O’Connell. “The recession and the off-licence trade have done irreparable damage to the pub trade and now we have this.”



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How can the politicians just steal these businesses?

If a society decides to virtually outlaw drinking, then it has the obligation to pay for these businesses.

As a little L libertarian, I think this is all wrong.

I believe that what was originally considered to be bad was fatalities or injuries from accidents as a result of drunk driving. Somehow it’s morphed into driving after having had a beer.

If that was true, my entire generation should be dead.

I think we need a better standard. (1) There has to be a injury or accident. (2) After conviction, there has to be a substantial penalty — financial and jail time — plus restitution. (3) Second offenses, multiple offense, should be impossible due to the jail terms.

Only then will society be protected from irresponsible people.

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TECHNOLOGY: Yet Another “Digital Public Library of America”

Saturday, October 29, 2011

http://dp.la/

The DPLA Steering Committee is leading the first concrete steps toward the realization of a large-scale digital public library that will make the cultural and scientific record available to all.

About | Elements of the DPLA | Secretariat | Steering Committee

The DPLA planning initiative grew out of an October 2010 meeting at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, which brought together over 40 representatives from foundations, research institutions, cultural organizations, government, and libraries to discuss best approaches to building a national digital library. In December 2010, the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, generously supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, convened leading experts in libraries, technology, law, and education to begin work on this problem; a two-year process of intense grassroots community organization, beginning in October 2011 and hosted at the Berkman Center, will result in a realistic and detailed workplan for launching the DPLA, as well as unveiling of a prototype of the system with specially digitized materials.

The vision of a national digital library has been circulating among librarians, scholars, educators, and private industry representatives since the early 1990s, but it has not yet materialized. Efforts led by a range of organizations, including the Library of Congress, HathiTrust, and the Internet Archive, have successfully built resources that provide books, images, historical records, and audiovisual materials to anyone with Internet access. Many universities, public libraries, and other public-spirited organizations have digitized materials that could be brought together under the frame of the DPLA, but these digital collections often exist in silos. Compounding this problem are disparate technical standards, disorganized and incomplete metadata, and a host of legal issues. No project has yet succeeded in bringing these different viewpoints, experiences, and collections together with leading technical experts and the best of private industry to find solutions to these complex challenges. Users have neither coherent access to these materials nor tools to use them in new and exciting ways, and institutions have no clear blueprint for creating a shared infrastructure to serve the public good. The time is right to launch an ambitious project to realize the great promise of the Internet for the advancement of sharing information and of using technology to enable new knowledge and discoveries in the United States.

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What about the Internet Archive, Google’s book capture, and the myriad of other such efforts?

I guess time will sort it all out.

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POLITICAL: F16′s for hostage?

Friday, October 28, 2011

http://bigpeace.com/nmachiavelli/2011/10/27/report-obama-administration-traded-
f-16s-in-order-to-gain-release-of-israeli-american-held-in-egypt/

Report: Obama Administration Traded F-16s In Order To Gain Release Of Israeli-American Held In Egypt
Posted by Niccolo Machiavelli Oct 27th 2011 at 10:55 am in Africa, Espionage, Featured Story, Intelligence, Middle East, Military Technology, News, Obama, Terrorism, Weapons | Comments (42)

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If true, this makes Iran-contra look like a bake sale in comparison. From Ynet:

The Palestinian Maan news agency reported Thursday that the United States has agreed to sell Egypt several F-16 fighter jets in order to facilitate the release of Israeli-American Ilan Grapel. Israel had opposed similar sales in the past.

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I wonder if the Israeli pilots will be facing these soon.

Wonder if US pilots will as well?

Argh!

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TECHNOLOGY: Publishers on the road to perdition

Friday, October 28, 2011

http://www.impactlab.net/2011/10/20/amazon-signs-up-writers-pushes-out-publishers/

October 20th, 2011 at 10:55 am

Amazon signs up writers, pushes out publishers

in: Business, Latest Trend, Science & Technology News

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Readers have been taught by Amazon.com that they do not need bookstores. Now Amazon is encouraging writers to cast aside their publishers.

Amazon will publish 122 books this fall in an array of genres, in both physical and e-book form. It is a striking acceleration of the retailer’s fledging publishing program that will place Amazon squarely in competition with the New York houses that are also its most prominent suppliers.

It has set up a flagship line run by a publishing veteran, Laurence Kirshbaum, to bring out brand-name fiction and nonfiction. It signed its first deal with the self-help author Tim Ferriss. Last week it announced a memoir by the actress and director Penny Marshall, for which it paid $800,000, a person with direct knowledge of the deal said.

Publishers say Amazon is aggressively wooing some of their top authors. And the company is gnawing away at the services that publishers, critics and agents used to provide.

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Publishers caught a glimpse of a future they fear has no role for them late last month when Amazon introduced the Kindle Fire, a tablet for books and other media sold by Amazon. Jeffrey P. Bezos, the company’s chief executive, referred several times to Kindle as “an end-to-end service,” conjuring up a world in which Amazon develops, promotes and delivers the product.

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The days of the “publisher” are over. “Dead Man Walking”.

I “LULUed” (i.e., self-published) “CHURCH 10●19●62″. Just by getting it listed on Amazon, I was automagically invited to ebook it for the Kindle. I gave the OK and they did all the work. And, then did it for Europe. Translation and all. (Wish I read German just to see how good a job it did on ½ a million words. It can’t be good, but it might be funny.)

Then, with their KINDLE DIRECT PUBLISHING program, you can get content out there for the KINDLE and get 70% of the proceeds.

It’s amazing. It’s transformative. It’s destruction and disintermediation!

Too bad for the dinosaurs.

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ADMINISTRIVIA: Praying for Pat Summit

Thursday, October 27, 2011

http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/womens-basketball/news?slug=ap-summitt-stillthesame

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HARDWARE: IPAD and PROJECT GUTTENBURG

Thursday, October 27, 2011

http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/37800

GIVEN: There’s a lot of good old content for youngsters on PROJECT GUTTENBERG.

FIND: If it was on the IPAD, then maybe the child would read it.

SOLUTION: Overlooking the issue of content selection for the moment …

I found an appropriate text — at least appropriate to this fat old white guy injineer — so I fowarded the link to the appropriate Mommy for approval.

(Our Girl’s Rule #1 for dealing with children: “Everything must be mommy approved first!” Boy, I miss her.)

So while awaiting approval, and being the grumpy old techie skeptic, I sprung to my IPAD — okay, so “sprung” is an exaggeration — for a test.

Fired up the safari browser, punched the link for the “book”, and what to my wondering eyes do appear … an error message about “FRAMES interrupted”.

(Nothing is ever as easy as it should be when it come to technology.)

So remembering how I got my novel “CHURCH 10●19●62″ on to my IPAD, before Amazon listed it for the Kindle, …

I downloaded the illustrated epud format file to my mac.

Created an email with and attachment and sent it to “fat old white guy injineers ipad @ reinke dot cc”. (That’s an email address defined on the iPad.)

Open the email on the iPad.

Double tap on the attachment.

Select open with iBooks.

Voila!!!

It is there like a “real book”.

As a follow up, I’m going to ping an apple fanboy that I know for his interpretation of this story. (I’m sure it’s something like “tap the bezel while temporarily suspending Angry Birds, then with your left thumb stuck … in your right ear, while humming any Sousa melody for Dragon, poke your right eye out with the stylus. And it’ll work perfectly. You shouldn’t have reset the yada yada yada. And, that’s why Steve Jobs should be canonized.)

YMMV

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RANT: Gooferment “welfare” is immoral, ineffective, and inefficient.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

http://www.dickmorris.com/blog/the-answers-on-immigration-dick-morris-tv-lunch-alert/

Dick’s answer to “illegal immigration”.

Wrong!

There should be no such thing as “illegal” immigration.

Eliminate welfare. Stop the “(pseudo) War on (some) Drugs”. And, eliminate the Federal Minimum wage.

Issue green cards at the border after a fingerprint / dna check.

The whole problem revolves around freeloaders — be they foreign or domestic — rich individuals or crony corporations — stop welfare by the Gooferment.

Gooferment “welfare” is immoral, ineffective, and inefficient.

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INSPIRATIONAL: The death of somebody close to you

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

http://www.pickthebrain.com/blog/5-ways-to-cope-during-a-life-crisis/

5 Ways to Cope During a Life Crisis
Written by Paul Browning
Categories: self improvement

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One of the great things about a life crisis is you get to find out what works. When life is easy and no major challenges are on the horizon, you can read all about affirmations, pray, meditate, firewalk or just read self-help manuals written by big-name gurus. Then life throws you a major health challenge, the end of a relationship, the death of somebody close to you and an unexpected job loss. Now what?

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The center is the core of YOU, where you sense all your feelings and experience your emotions.

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I’m not so sure that these tactics work for me.

Can’t hurt to try them.

I’ve never had a unique center in forty years. Hard to figure out where it is.

It’s easier to go back to bed. :-) Or blog, That’s the same thing.

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SERVICE: FOURSQUARE allows someone else to be mayor of my house?

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

https://foursquare.com/v/ferds–fremont/4c59d05b2091a593f7d65dd0

And, interesting rant about software, how is someone else the “mayor” of 51 Fremont?

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GOLDBUG: Confiscations in time

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/8829908/Biggest-haul-of-Roman-gold-in-Britain-could-have-been-found.html

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In other cases, someone who was under threat could have buried them because they wanted to hide their wealth.

Another regular occurrence was coins being recalled, so they could be melted down to produce more currency. When that happened, Romans would head into the garden, and bury their money to keep it safe for the future.

It will be fascinating to find out what is there in terms of coins, but also why, and how, it came to be buried there. “Every hoard is different, and the bigger the number of coins, the more we can find out about the history of the area.”

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Wow, gold confiscations weren’t limited to FDR. Tell you anything?

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HARDWARE: SLINGBOX not recommended

Monday, October 24, 2011

SLINGBOX sucks.

I bought it with the intention that Our Girl would be able to watch her soap in the hospital.

Couldn’t get it to connect to the (at the time) Comcast router.

(At the time, I was working for Comcast and their official supprt reaction was “good”. No surprise there.)

SO, needless to say that was a waste and “Non returnable” to the Sling folks.

(Isn’t the first time I’ve gotten stuck with a “whte elephant” by a vendor. But like the elephant, I never forget. I have alist of “folk I’ll never buy from”. Hardware, software, carpet, windows, home improvement, cars, etc. etc. I get screwed a lot.)

Down the shore, I have a cable router that I can’t cancel for another year. So, let me see if I can get it working down there. Now it connects to the net, but when I go to register the website won’t give me anything other than “invalid password”. (How can any password be invalid?)

Go over to support, can’t get support on anything unless it’s within 90 days of purchase.

Argh!

(Maybe it’s time to annoy some Gooferment bureaucrats?)

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RANT: What is the real rate of unemployment?

Monday, October 24, 2011

http://lewrockwell.com/roberts/roberts329.html

The End of History by Paul Craig Roberts

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As statistician John Williams (shadowstats.com) has shown, the official inflation measures are rigged in order to hold down cost of living adjustments to Social Security recipients, thus saving money for Washington’s wars. When measured correctly, the current rate of inflation in the US is 11.5%.

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Wonder what the real rate of unemployment is?

Not just new filings!

Bet it’s a lot more than 9%. I’d guess that a smidgen less than the Great Depression rate. What’s your guess?

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TECHNOLOGY: The secret of longer life?

Monday, October 24, 2011

http://science.slashdot.org/story/11/10/16/0215224/dna-sequenced-of-woman-who-lived-to-115

DNA Sequenced of Woman Who Lived To 115
Posted by Soulskill on Sunday October 16, @02:20AM

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chrb writes

“The DNA of W115 — an anonymous woman who lived to the age of 115 years and left her body to science — has been sequenced. Despite her old age, W115 showed no signs of dementia or heart disease, and tests at the age of 113 showed she had the mental abilities of a woman aged 60-75 years. Dr. Henne Holstege of the Department of Clinical Genetics at the VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam has suggested W115 had rare genetic changes in her DNA which protected against Alzheimer’s and other late-life diseases.”

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Is this the secret of longer life?

I remember a Heinlein SciFi novel that postulated the premise that long life was genes. You wither had them or you didn’t.

Hmm?

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POLITICAL: Same old, same old; different sides of the same coin

Sunday, October 23, 2011

http://www.lewrockwell.com/blog/lewrw/archives/97324.html

October 22, 2011
Congressional Welfare Statists
Posted by Laurence Vance on October 22, 2011 11:08 AM

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The Senate recently voted, 84-15, to approve an amendment to an agriculture bill that would discontinue certain farm subsidies for people who have more than $1 million a year in adjusted gross income. The current limit is $1.2 million. Better, of course, to cut all the farm subsidies.

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Why didn’t Republicans get rid of farm subsidies when the controlled the Congress under Clinton for six years? Why didn’t Republicans get rid of farm subsidies when they controlled the Congress for over four years under Bush the Republican? Why aren’t Republicans trying to get rid of all farm subsidies now? And you thought only Democrats were welfare statists.

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Why are we subsidizing rich people? Could there be campaign contributions or plain old graft involved?

Stupidity!

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MONEY: The consequences of the new “Snooki” tax

Sunday, October 23, 2011

http://biggovernment.com/dmitchell/2011/10/15/the-laffer-curve-wins-again-snooki-1-irs-0/

The Laffer Curve Wins Again: Snooki 1, IRS 0
by Dan Mitchell

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I don’t know if that’s true, but let’s give it a try. I now have an example of the Laffer Curve for the MTV audience. Best of all, the story is from USA Today.

The IRS got red-faced trying to collect the new tanning tax, burning a hole in estimates on how much the levy would bring in to federal coffers, a new report said Thursday. …Tanning tax receipts for that nine-month period totaled $54.4 million, the report found. That was below projections by the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, which had estimated the tax would raise $50 million in the last three months of fiscal year 2010 and $200 million for the full 2011 fiscal year.

Let’s deconstruct the numbers from the article. The Joint Committee on Taxation estimated that this new “Snooki” tax (part of the awful Obamacare legislation) was going to raise about $50 million every three months.

Yet during the first nine months, the tax raised just $54.4 million, not $150 million.

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The fancy name for this behavior is “dynamic scoring”.

Bottom line is that everyone adapts their behavior to the conditions. Conditions change; behaviors change.

For politicians and bureaucrats to make predictions, that assume “static” behavior, demonstrates stupidity.

But then doesn’t that perfectly describe ALL Gooferment actions?

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GUNS: A real life tool in action

Sunday, October 23, 2011

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/very-afraid-66-year-old-woman-shoots-and-kills-home-intruder/

CRIME

‘VERY AFRAID’: 66-YEAR-OLD WOMAN SHOOTS AND KILLS HOME INTRUDER

Posted on October 22, 2011 at 7:20pm by Christopher Santarelli

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An elderly Northern California-woman woke early Friday morning to hear an intruder attempting to break into her home. CBS 12 reports that the 66-year-old Donna Hopper is still shaken after shooting the 37-year-old intruder dead:

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Hopper says she was terrified when she heard the intruder at her her door, firing two warning shots through her window to scare the man away. When 37-year-old Jesse Edward Theis persisted, attempting to come back in, Hopper fired a fatal shot in his abdomen, killing Theis on the scene.

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I feel bad for this poor woman. To have that on your mind for the rest of your life, it’s a burden.

On a humorous note, after two warning shots, the fellow didn’t move along to an easier target.

Serendipity, a few hours ago, I posted about women and guns. About what fool would want to be down range from even a crazy woman sending lead in your direction!

So what happens if you’re in that situation. Do you, as the popular bumper sticker says, “dial 911 and die”?

Or do you reach over to your “safe”, cycle the action, and put two warning shots down range.

(I am rethinking using my 1911 and 45ACP as being too powerful for “home defense use”. But if it’s a bear or a druggie on speed, then it’s just right. Assuming I can hit what I aim at.)

Of course, my favorite for home defense is the old shotgun. It makes such a distinctive sound when you cycle the action. Like that favorite old joke about the Quaker who says to the intruder in a darkened room: “I mean thee no harm, but thou are standing where I plan to shoot. LOL! Dumb. The few Quakers I know would never shoot at any human under any circumstances. Us Libertarians would be carefully considering the balance. To use deadly force, one must be facing a deadly threat.

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SERVICE: Remind me about availability?

Sunday, October 23, 2011

201110230029.jpg

Recorded after the World Series Game at approx 0030 EDST 23 Oct 2011.

Guess any day is as good as another.

lol!

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DATA: Getting content on to the ipad without spending money

Saturday, October 22, 2011

http://www.gutenberg.org/files/37815/37815-h/37815-h.htm

SNOWDRIFT
A Story of the Land of the Strong Cold
By JAMES B. HENDRYX

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GUNS: Woman and firearms

Saturday, October 22, 2011

http://thesurvivalmom.com/2011/10/10/just-for-women-23-truths-about-firearms/

Just for women: 23 Truths about Firearms

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9. Your safety is your responsibility. Not your husband’s, nor the police, nor your kids.

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11. If a gun isn’t possible or desirable in your circumstances, come up with Plan B. One of my friends keeps a baseball bat near the front seat of her minivan. Another always has the most powerful pepper spray on the market in her purse, and yet another keeps an 18″ length of steel rebar wedged between the driver’s seat of her car and the middle console. Whatever your choice, always be aware of the location of your weapon, practice using it, and be comfortable with the thought that one day you may have to use it.

12. Don’t listen to celebrities and politicians who go on hysterical anti-gun rants. Remember, they can afford armed bodyguards and state-of-the-art home security systems. (Interesting that it’s okay if their bodyguards are armed but they don’t think law-abiding citizens should be able to own and carry guns.) I am my kid’s armed bodyguard.

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Are there any other truths I’ve missed?

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The three S’s? (Shoot, shovel, and shutup!)

“Gun control” = “Victim Disarmament”

“Victim disarmament is the view that it is somehow better to see a woman raped in an alley and strangled with her own pantyhose, than see her with a gun in her hand.” — T.D. Melrose

The woman who’s hunted can become the hunter.

“God made men and women; Sam Colt made them equal.”

“Gun control has nothing to do with guns and everything to do with control.” — Mark Steyn

“For the cost of one of those expensive phones, one person could have ended this shooting spree.” referring to the Norwegian massacre. Like most “shooting incidents”, disarmed people are allowed to be slaughtered. Misguide liberal fantasies prevent good honest people a fighting chance to defend themselves.

Who, in their right mind, would want to be on receiving end of some crazy woman’s “pea shooter”? Even wearing a vest wouldn’t be a guarantee of safety. Ever seen how people shoot? While they may aim for the center of mass, that isn’t where the bullet always winds up.

You know the politicians have armed bodyguards. But that’s denied to the common folks — the Mundanes. Like the Warsaw Ghetto Jews. Waiting to be murdered.

Guns are just another tool.

And, as Heinlein wrote: “An armed society is a polite society.”

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FUN: Don’t trust anyone … ever

Friday, October 21, 2011

FROM LUDDITE

http://www.jacquielawson.com/viewcard.asp?code=QG10388318

Hmmm?

Funny and cute.

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In today’s environment, with malware, address book takeovers, and all sorts of concerns, who’s looking at e-cards?

Who can be sure of such things? There’s no Underwriters’ Laboratory for inet content and sites.

Hmmm, business model?

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MEMORIES: Too bad Our Girl didn’t get to see …

Friday, October 21, 2011

She was never a big fan of the movies. She’d go, but it’d have to be something really good.

New movies out … … “Mighty Macs”.

She told me all about the real Mighty Macs about the same time she explained the beauties of the pick and roll.

:-)

Makes me miss her even more.

If such was possible.

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http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=358585

A nice review.

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POLITICAL: Flashing headlights

Friday, October 21, 2011

http://www.theblaze.com/stories/fl-man%E2%80%99s-lawsuit-raises-question-should-flashing-headlights-to-spoil-speed-traps-be-illegal/

FL MAN’S LAWSUIT RAISES QUESTION: SHOULD FLASHING HEADLIGHTS TO SPOIL SPEED TRAPS BE ILLEGAL?

Posted on October 13, 2011 at 1:45pm by Buck Sexton

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No!

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