SOFTWARE: After a fellow blogger lost a post …

Thursday, January 20, 2011

… I suggested:

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May I suggest that you, or your tech support — whomever you’ve stuck with that job — look at “Lazarus plugin”. http://lazarus.interclue.com/ It allows you to recapture data that you’ve put in a form and lost.

I try to write all my stuff in a text editor and cut’n’paste it where needed. Lost too much. Too often. But, I try to discipline myself to do it that way. The losses are too painful.

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SERVICE: Google SITES is tough to use

Thursday, January 20, 2011

I use a Google Site as an overflow area for my alumni ezine.

But it’s frustrating.

Take for instance, tables.

A basic concept.

SITES requires you to use HTML to get it working.

Not User friendly.

APPLE’s MOBILEME and IWEB isn’t much better.

Argh!

And, I hate the thought of investing a lot of time, effort, and attention on something that may go away of change.

Argh!

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FLASH: House R’s list cuts

Thursday, January 20, 2011

http://www.usnews.com/news/washington-whispers/articles/2011/01/20/house-gop-lists-25-trillion-in-spending-cuts

House GOP Lists $2.5 Trillion in Spending Cuts
By PAUL BEDARD
Posted: January 20, 2011

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Moving aggressively to make good on election promises to slash the federal budget, the House GOP today unveiled an eye-popping plan to eliminate $2.5 trillion in spending over the next 10 years. Gone would be Amtrak subsidies, fat checks to the Legal Services Corporation and National Endowment for the Arts, and some $900 million to run President Obama’s healthcare reform program.

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Way to go!

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FLASH: TFH-PROOF Now Hawaii says it found them, unbelievable!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/2011/01/19/2011-01-19_record_of_obamas_birth_is_in_the_archives_hawaii_gov.html

Now the Gooferment of Hawaii says they’ve “found” them.

And, you want me to believe them. At the very least, if introduced in a competent Court, there would be “chain of custody” issues.

Like that COLB (Certification of Live Birth) that was cooked up and posted on the inet, I think we are ENTITLED to have a full airing of the issue.

What’s to hide?

If everything is on the up and up, then it will be a boring as watching paint dry, grass grow, or liberal pontificate. (Sorry couldn’t resist!)

But, it isn’t, because everyone is scrambling to hide something! Aren’t you the least be curious as to what it is.

Guess we’ll have to wait for the Enquirer to out it like the did Edwards!

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INSPIRATIONAL: Peaceful non-violent non-cooperation!

Thursday, January 20, 2011

http://www.lewrockwell.com/sabrin/sabrin14.1.html

Government Violence: The Real Evil in the World
by Murray Sabrin

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Not surprisingly, law professor Butler Shafer expressed my sentiments 100%. There is no need to dissect the events in Tucson, except to say, the killing of any human being is a horrific tragedy.

From the murderous street mugger to the violent carjacker and armed robber, killing another human being is the highest immoral act an individual can commit. However, the real evil in the world is the violence perpetrated by governments around the world, including our own.

As a son of Holocaust survivors whose parents were the only ones to have lived through the horror of government-sanctioned mass murder, we as a people should be more outraged about the thousands of innocent people in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan who have been killed by our military as “collateral damage” in the juiced up global war on terror. In addition, where is the outrage by our political leaders, the pundits and others about our government invading a country – Iraq – that made no hostile acts against the American people?

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The violence of government is all around us, 24/7. From taxation to regulations to military adventurism, the federal government has become a role model for individuals prone to violence. If the government can use violence to achieve its goals, then violence becomes acceptable in the minds of the unstable. If the government can perpetuate Ponzi schemes, then some in the financial community will try to create their own fraudulent investment programs to enrich themselves at the expense of their fellow citizens.

The role model for violence is not heated political rhetoric, but the actions of government officials who assert they are doing “good” by taxing, spending, regulating, borrowing, debasing the currency and invading other nations. This is not to condone violence against any government official. On the contrary, we should criticize unequivocally their use of violence against the people, while we work toward reestablishing liberty as the highest social good.

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No violence towards anyone.

More correctly state “Zero Aggression”.

(I think that’s a “principle”.)

Peaceful non-violent non-cooperation!

(I know I’ve heard that before!)

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