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Toxic Fumes from Sun Harvest Gorgonzola Mac ‘n Cheese

mac n cheese

the packaging fumes from the microwave cause cellular damage

Major Warning!! When you put Sun Harvest Tangy Gorgonzola Macaroni & Cheese Frozen Dinner from Henry’s Market into the microwave toxic fumes are expelled at very low heat levels. The toxic fumes caused by such a cheap product will cause brain and cell damage. It would be interesting to see if this plastic container is made from coal sludge waste.

April 14, 2010 Posted by | Animal Abuse, Coal Sludge, Consumerism, The Constitution | , , , , | Leave a comment

It’s All About Twitter – Free Speech – Jump the facebook ship

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Twitter - It's All About Free Speech

Yeah I just tweeted that facebook is like a full time job, very exhausting and kinda like keeping up with emails.  You can’t stand it after a while.

Stuffed Email Inbox

Are You Being Bogged Down By Digital Clutter & Responsibilities

You’re a slave to it.  It’s like making you attached to your computer like a ball and chain.  Twitter on the other hand is footloose and fancy free.  The ultimate freedom of expression experience.  Free to speak your mind, any time, any where 24/7.  Now you can even record your voice, send music, send video perhaps the only thing you can’t send is smell.  and you don’t have to be all uptight about who you know.  Yeah it’s interesting to see who follows you and who you follow but we’re not obsesessed with it like people on linkedin or facebook.  If you’re catching my drift I’m about to do what I despise most… I want Twitter to be cool and rule.  That’s right there will eventually make it obsolete and desperate to reinvent itself.  In the meantime I’m going to enjoy it for what it is.  My up to date news source for both hyperlocal news, national and international.  Think about – there is no newspaper or tv station or website on the planet that can bring that deep level of communication on a grandiose scale.  I’m actually thinking about jumping of the facebook ship.

Jumping the facebook ship

Jumping the facebook ship

I don’t see how facebook could proceed  providing mini websites for people because even now it’s complicated to change those templated pages.  it doesn’t allow for creativity.  you have to give people creativity to create and give them  their own space without frames and templates.  give total freedom of speech and then give them a paintbrush.  Google you dropped the ball on your Google Web Pages – was that what it is called?  i don’t even remember now, they were/are totally free websites with fairly simple pages to have plenty of freedom to express yourself individually with many types of media.  Just like your blogspots.  I prefer those over wordpress and they show up better in the search results.  I wish I created this blog on that format.  this technically has many functions which allow for SEO but because Google controls search their algorithm doesn’t allow these to show up very high.

Alright let me get back to twitter.  Basically my twitter is set up with different personalities/categories/verticals that aggregate content from the web from a filtered audience.  When I’m in the mood for silicon valley purple cow disease or something funny (@chelseahandler, @chuckhandler, @kevinnealon) to personal stuff, twitter is my filter and generally links are endorsed and more credible.  I get emails all the time from people who are pissed off from reading an email that say 30 million Mexicans are living in LA garages to palatial prisons that we think we’re paying for in the USA only to find out these prison pictures we’ve been seeing are located in Austria. Generally my twitter information is very accurate and i can follow people i know are legitimate experts in their field.  i’d forgo the blogger and look for key tweeters to provide content on newspaper sites.  live feeds and up to date information in a multimedia format, not just words that are sometimes too long to read.  i like the 140 character limit, give me the update make it short and quick.

I predict there will be a big surge on twitter once people get unable to handle the volume of responsibility that’s with facebook once you succumb.  To be honest with all the great apps out there for twiiter management i can’t think of how to make it more perfect and keep it’s freedom. It is perfect – the only problem is the business model?  What is it without completely ruining – it’s almost like this should be the one thing the government does subsidize – free speech! id let my tax dollars pay for advertising free, censor free – free speech.  I love you twitter!

Okay now after some Lemon Skunk,

Lemon Skunk

Lemon Skunk - pretty

thank you very much, my mind is wondering why we have amendments to the constitution.  Like the first amendment.  Freedom of religion, of speech, of the press, to assemble, and to petition

Why did we need to add these after the constitution?  i thought this is what the constitution was all about – but these needed to be spelled out – this is not what my country intended for me? what did they intend for me?   i must get knowledge.

April 13, 2010 Posted by | Consumerism, Marijuana, Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, The Constitution, Uncategorized | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Don’t Pay Your Taxes – You’ll Benefit in Retirement

My new retirement housing - prison

My new retirement housing - prison

If you don’t pay your taxes you’ll eventually get sent to jail.  If you play your cards right you can postpone jail time until you can no longer afford to take care of your self in old age.  You’ll be sent away to some “cushy” prison. This is a prison in Austria but America has it’s cushy prisons as well   How awesome would that be a nice place to live with all the conveniences, outdoor recreation,  health club and gym, free health care, 3 cooked meals a day, you pay not taxes.  This is definitely the way to go.  I’m going to not pay taxes starting from now.

Light and Airy Rooms

Light and Airy Rooms - Cost of Living - Zero!

spacious inside

Spacious Inside

Workout facilities

April 11, 2010 Posted by | Bondage, Consumerism, Health Care, Right to Privacy, The Constitution | , , , , , | 3 Comments

US Authorizes Killing of American Cleric

Military.com is showing the report by the NY Times that the US is authorizing the killing of an American Cleric Anwar al-Awlaki – is there a bounty for his head and if so how much?  I’m looking for a new vocation – i could blog along the way to the capture and ultimate death.  What do you think – the new reality TV?

Anwar-al-Awlak

Anwary-al-Awlak - American

April 11, 2010 Posted by | Consumerism, Right to Privacy, The Constitution | , , | Leave a comment

Check Out Tiger’s Package

Tigers Big Penis

Tigers Big Penis Has Captured the World

yeah that’s right.  no one gives a fuck about who wins the Masters.  they are checking out the size of Tiger’s package.  women are looking at the rounded gluteous maximus that propels the big thigh muscles necessary to control that big “iron” between his legs.  he can control that thing like he controls his clubs, people look at his lips and envision a cock or pussy having contact with, you see him at all and all you can think about is how many ways he let’s his imagination play out in reality and we are jealous.  the rich and powerful can make their biological fantasies come true.  it is power that does not understand constitutions, laws.   when  do you think you are above the law and more importantly why do people believe they are above the law?  they disrespect the law because there are too many restricting elements.  its like it goes against the basic constitution, when  you revert back to the constitution without all the exceptions and drama law prevails and people will use it.

April 10, 2010 Posted by | Animal Abuse, Bondage, Consumerism, Marijuana, Sexuality, The Constitution, Tiger Woods | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

We Will Pay For Internet Privacy and Free Speech!

Free Speech

Free Speech Is Not Free!

The Pay Walls won’t be for content they’ll be for anonymity.  We will pay for privacy and freedom of speech on the Internet!

April 2, 2010 Posted by | American Indians, Consumerism, Earth, Marijuana, Right to Privacy, The Constitution, The Cove, Uncategorized | , , | Leave a comment

Jesse James’ Dominatrix – Michelle McGhee

jesse james - michelle mcghee

Jesse James' Dominatrix

Holy Shit!  I just saw a picture of this woman that Jesse James was banging.   This picture is so fuckin awesome in a “supreme dominatrix god-like” way – I’ve never seen anything like it.  The encounters with this woman must be mind blowing.   She has got to emotionally fuck  you like you’ve never been fucked before (physically).  The secretions your brain lets out during an experience like this must be like no other drug.  This is role playing on the highest level.  This is beyond mere physical pleasures.  This is pure  mind fucking.  Do they have weekend getaway Master-Slave encounter packages?

March 31, 2010 Posted by | Animal Abuse, Bondage, Earth, Sexuality, The Constitution | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Does a thought leave a carbon footprint?

Oh yeah so a bowl full of Green Crack later I’m enjoying the twitter prose of @dannydanko and realizing how much I miss the power of the word and especially the written word. Authors full of notepads with page after page of voracious outpourings of words from their brains. Or sometimes the empty notebooks longing for some covering ink to hide the pain of a glaring exposed blank page.

Laws

Our Laws Need To Be Written On Something Permanent

Then came the thought about laws and how they’re recorded. Most of the history of civilizations we have learned the most about had it written in stone. Yes, literally stone. Even after global warmings and shifts in nature we can uncover hidden civilizations and their history because they left their story. Then in the dark ages and the iron age ( i never could figure out the iron age in history) we didn’t record their history by the written word. We recorded it by the weapons/tools they created because they were illiterates and didn’t record things in stone and paper was not a respected record. They lived in the moment because life was hard and all you thought about was survival. Not like in Egyptian times where people had more time to think. The amount of thinking time versus survival time in a culture is in proportion to it’s success and longevity.

Religion seems to surpass the need for something to be written but then you rely on the word of followers who give their own spin. the only thing that doesn’t require recording is the real truth of the universe. Once you have an understanding of what this is you require no physical proof. Understanding which is intangible is realized.

Very few people are enlightened and therefore you need a society with laws. Recently (300 years or so, actually much longer) we have been writing laws on paper. For the most part paper is a very week physical representation for societal laws but it’s been working, animal skins lasted slightly longer. What happens now when paper is no longer used? I want to know that important parts of civilization are permantly recorded and can be instantly accessed. Like human DNA which tells a great biologic history. I want to know about human events and life. It could all be gone because none of it is put on permanent chips or something. Actually the answer lies deep with us. there is a tiny micro atom (name not discovered yet) that houses all information about the universe past and present material and (wait a minute, does a thought leave a carbon footprint?). This is the same energy unit that the Bhagavad gita talked about. This micro atom is indestructible and enters a life form for a period of time. The human body on earth is ore of a delight because they are a bit closer to who they are but still not even close. They do inhabit most life forms to some degree they are like worker ants to the queen bee. they inhabit life forces to send back information to the main intelligence which is actually nonexistent and cycles back to the inhabitants. That’s why the universe is limitless. It’s like a fat person. the body will keep building an an infrastructure to house the bigger body and the support systems necessary to support it. in the natural world certain bodily functions give out, in the universal world they can’t they are too smart and too powerful.

Anyway i want to talk to and meet the unbelievable writers of today. i want to meet you in a medical marijuana collective where we are free. That’s kinda why i don’t want marijuana legalized, i like the “very few restrictions” it has now. Its like it left up to the locals to duke it out on a local level without big government interfering. The problem is it doesn’t have much money behind it at a local level, you don’t have cool dispensaries with a cool clientele that is proud to be a member, everything has to be kept too hush hush and it doesn’t allow for social aggregating and communing ideas, art, poetry, writing. Can you imagine cannabis bars like in amsterdam along adams ave. in san diego – totally cool as hell. that’s how older cities like brooklyn and detroit and buffalo will rebound. allow the consumption of cannabis, grow the greatest strains and lure the artists. make it cool to live there because of the freedom of expression.. it’s the 60’s all over but this time the 1Numbers are armed with the wisdom and knowledge of those 60′ folks the baby boomers. they totally connect to the baby boomers. the twenty somethings are an awesome generation of free thinkers who are restudying the cores of the american constitution. they’ve seen more immigrants than back in the late 18oo’s early 1900’s think about that.

March 28, 2010 Posted by | Art, Consumerism, Earth, Marijuana, Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, Sexuality, The Constitution, Uncategorized, Unique Lifeforms, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

National Health Care is a Good Start – Then Turn It Over to the States

Sexy Shaun White Exemplary 20 Something

Sexy Shaun White Exemplary "20 Something"

I would like to have a club that only allowed people aged 20 – 28 and 48 – 65.  These two generations are almost identical and could really learn from one another.  They share the same ideals and beliefs before consumerism took over. The kids (I’ll call them kids and it’s by no means derogatory) are bringing back 60’s and 70’s music, culture and politics.  Outwardly focused agenda’s versus the Me, Mine focused agenda’s of the 80’s and 90’s.  These two groups could be very powerful together.  The 20 Somethings were 50/50 McCain – Obama until McCain chose Palin.  They’re too smart for that.  They understand a puppet candidate versus someone at least slightly better than that.  The 20 Somethings fled toward Obama but now that he’s actually been elected and 25% of his contract is done they’re like, wow not much has changed (except this week with health care – that may have been the defining move in his Presidency.  If they write up Health Care with future power turned over to the states as I’ve outlined below he could be a hero.  Yes welcome to our political system.

The best answer to a government by the people is to keep it Local and keep it Small.  That’s why the founding fathers wanted the power to be with the towns and cities within the states.  That’s why they wanted more control by the states so the federal government would not be powerful.  It would merely moderate disputes according to the constitution.  Other than than a moderating entity the federal government was not to have power.

Think about it.  How awesome would it be for individual states to be graded and judged according to how it was to live there and what freedoms you had.  States would become cool to live in for more reasons than just taxes.  Rarely are states talked about in terms of the liberties you get by living there.  I actually don’t have a problem with healthcare for everyone.  I’d like to live in a culture where living healthy was a priority and encouraged.  Protecting the environment was encouraged.  But I don’t need a law mandating where money goes. I want to choose things that I feel are important, not my government. It’s my money.  I could agree to pay a certain amount of my income to causes I believed in.  I, on my taxes could check off where I wanted the money to go.  If I wanted health insurance I would check that off and my money could go there.  I would live in a state where I shared the same beliefs as others.  This is not like a cult or monochromatic.  Quite the opposite.  I want to live in a diverse community where people believe in many different things openly and with zeal but people are not hated for it, the culture would be one of respect for individualism and encouraged.

I want California to be the first state to legalize marijuana and not for the usual reasons people think.  I want California to legalize it #1 because it’ an expensive mistake the government made when they decided to prohibit it much like they did in the 20’s and 30’s with alcohol.  It could actually be an incredible viable industry and a product like wine, which California has a reputation for having the best in the world.  It’s natural, organic and provides pleasure.

#2 It sets the message that the power can go back to the states.  If the states feel that something  at a federal level is a huge mistake they can disagree and have different laws.  Marijuana for example.  Right now states are trying to do this with health care but I think this is a mistake.  It would take too long to have 50 states come up with state health plans, get them drawn up, voted on – agreed upon.  It would be a disaster.  At this point we need a national plan.  Going forward however, power regarding health, should then be turned over to the states as they become more prepared to handle it.

Back to the older part of the post…

Not only has nothing happened but we’re in another war – Afghanistan?  A country that has taken down anyone who attempts to get past it’s impenetrable mountain borders. Then you ask all this for what?? Shaun White.

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Baby Boomers Reborn "The Boomerangs - RG's"

They are disgusted with our foreign policy agenda.  They don’t understand why we are invading other countries and brutalizing their citizens.  Those that are in the military had no choice.  There are no jobs and it’s the only way they  have a chance at making some money and maybe a career. They have been manipulated by the government and media that you have courage and greatness when you are a soldier.  The country loves you no matter what kind of person you are.  You are a glorified Army Ant.  Nothing more nothing less.  Army Ant.

Army Ant

Army Ant, No It's Not Heroic

The 20 Somethings have less ego like those of the 60’s.  They love freedom and individualism.  I just wish they would take up much more strongly the fact that our government killed 3,ooo plus citizens on 911.  They should be storming the white house, holding marches and demanding answers.  These crimes have to stop against the American people all in the name of security.

I’m worried I’m so shocked and outraged that I have to leave this country but to where?  or holy shit you 20 Somethings find the truth and punish.  But there is no  media  money anymore to have real unbiased journalism.  It doesn’t exist.  the only model that can exist is on the spot reporters who gain points with relevancy and immediacy.   They don’t get caught with bogus reports.   I’m not sure this pay model can profit without hiring immigrants at the street level.

Is, 911 a lie?

http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=7866929448192753501&hl=en#

Question Everything.

March 20, 2010 Posted by | Consumerism, Earth, Health Care, Marijuana, Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, Sexuality, The Constitution, Women's Health | , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ben Franklin Is My Hero

founding fathers

Founding Fathers

More and more I’m becoming interested in the founding fathers.  They were geniuses and built the modern world.  Kind of like a Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, not technology but civilizations.  Geniuses to build a civilization.  Every era has it’s group that builds an incredible empire and puts humanity on a level of high supreme being standards.

The likes of what build Egypt, Greece, Incas, Aztecs, Mayans.  I leave out the Romans because to some degree they were too barbaric to qualify.

I’m going to study Benjamin Franklin, the founding fathers and study the constitution.  I’d like to have a show where I talk to attorneys who specialize in constitutional law.   They could give tips as to how to legally fight the oppressive government we have today.  I’d like the Libertarian party to push the study and following of the founding fathers.  Expose their genius.  Expose the corruption in their genius that plagues the Masons now.  Now the Masons are out of control.  Thank George Herbert Walker Bush and his posse Cheney, et al.  The founding fathers would never have blown up 3,000 people like the Bush Posse did on 911.  Brutality and war were to be avoided unless personal rights were violated.  That is what they fought for.  They didn’t fight for power or greed.  They believed in the right of the individual.  If you look at where we are now versus the late 1700’s we are no longer the people or government that we were.

Franklin was the Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania and published the first Masonic book in America. Was also a member of Sir Francis Dashwood’s Hell Fire Club, along with the Collins family of Satanists. Both Franklin and Thomas Jefferson were members of this purely Satanic group who practiced satanic sexual occult

Initial estimates are that the bones are about 200 years old and were buried at the time Franklin was living in the house, which was his home from 1757 to 1762, and from 1764 to 1775. Most of the bones show signs of having been dissected, sawn or cut. One skull has been drilled with several holes. Paul Knapman, the Westminster coroner, said yesterday: “One cannot totally discount the possibility of a crime. There is still a possibility that I may have to hold an inquest.” Ten Bodies Found Under Ben Franklin’s Home

Freemason women are the purveyors of “Literacy Societies”.  Pushing literacy.  The powerful are in libraries. They have been found in Literacy Societies since the 1700’s.

I want to tell the story of the women involved with freemasons and perpetuating the culture.

The United States was actually born on my birthday.   I’d like July 4th to be moved to March 1st – the official date.  The United States of America was actually formed on March 1, 1781 with the adoption of The Articles of Confederation by Maryland whose delegates delayed its ratification over a western border dispute with Virginia and New York.

The First president of the United States was not Washington it was Samuel Huntington. The ratification occurred during the term of Samuel Huntington who served as President from September 28, 1779 to July 6, 1781. Consequently, Samuel Huntington was the first President of the United States in Congress Assembled. The 1st President of the United States

‘Rite of the Mystic Tie’ I wonder if this involves cannabis sativa.

Note: Both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson grew Cannabis sativa (marijuana) on their plantations. (2201 Fascinating Facts by David Lewis, Greenwich House pg. 46) See Also: The Hemp Conspiracy

1791 Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart dies.. Some say murdered by the masons for revealing Masonic secrets in his opera The Magic Flute. Confirmed Mason (Born In Blood, John J. Robinson, pg. 177)

I’d like to learn more about John Paul Jones, Scottish born naval hero.  I’m Scottish and I’ve never heard of all this world power they had with the Freemasons and all.  I need to learn some Scottish history.

I think Oprah Winfrey just might be the first black woman outside of the “family” and with no blood who may actually be a peripheral member.  Her power is enormous and can’t be overlooked by those most powerful.  She has too much money.  A very cool dynamic to through into the mix.  Kind of like a Power Hungry Cleopatra.  Oprah is the modern day Cleopatra.

Off topic.  I’ve never seen a video of someone “Making Love” to someone.  Never.  Only horrible sex videos where not one element revolves around love.  How sad.  I would be very interested in watching a very sexual video of two people “making love”.  I’d like to see what it’s like to have a deep, spiritual love with someone instead of carnal sex that is very disconnected from the actual person.  When we watch a great movie we learn about intense relationships people have but we don’t get to see the sexual part of the relationship.  In porn we see the sex but not the relationship part.  That’s why we’re all cheating and unsatisfied.  We don’t know how to make love and tap into the love energy experienced physically.

Read Samuel Adams biography.

I would like a search tool that when i search for something in history that there are layers that can tell me what they wore, what they ate, what things looked like and how they were built, language, customs, foods, medicines, news, crime, sexuality, music, poetry, writing, art, scandals, theater, entertainment.

History with perspective, viewpoints, 360 of what was going on at the time, influencing factors on events. For example I did not know that Napoleon and Jefferson were contemporaries.  I never saw it from that perspective.  I had all history in silos.  There was no interconnectivity.  There was no such thing as actions have consequences – cause-effect.

1832 It all began at Yale. General William Huntington Russell and Alphonso Taft put together a super secret society for the elite children of the Anglo-American Wall Street banking establishment. Skull and Bones. William Huntington Russell’s step-brother Samuel Russell ran “Russell & Co.”, the world’s largest OPIUM smuggling operation in the world at the time. Alphonso Taft is the Grandfather of our ex-president Howard Taft, the creator of the Forerunner to the United Nations. skull_and_bones.htm

1849. October, 7. Edgar Allan Poe was murdered by a blow to the head.. Poe was exposing the Mason’s through many of his short stories. It was inevitable that Poe would not only run afoul of the festering secret society’s but end a victim of their ‘arguments’. He was not a passive recipient, and he did his best to immortalize a searing indictment in Masonry in at least four of his short stories.

March 19, 2010 Posted by | Marijuana Consumption, Right to Privacy, The Constitution | , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment