Tuesday, July 27, 2021

We were quiet until we were silenced, and then it was too late.

 We live in very dangerous times. It's been said over and over, but never as meaningfully and purposefully as now... 


Remember, when the adults start to act like little children, the world has it's shoes on the wrong feet. Or something stupid like that. I suck at metaphors, it's true, but she's still a vengeful, hateful old cunt. So there.
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There ya go. Feel better now?
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It seems like that sometimes around here...
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Finalizing the Fat Man atomic bomb, which was dropped on Nagasaki on August 9, 1945. On its nose it had stenciled the acronym JANCFU- 'Joint Army-Navy-Civilian Fuck Up'.
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I've been holding on to this for a few days now.
 I have to admit I just don't get it. 
Somebody help  me here...
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I think what I was so pissed off about at the time is still relevant today. 
When you're only given two choices, and the only choice yo have is to pick between is between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, of course you'd go with Trump, right? 
So how was it, but a short four years later, that we were given an even more ridiculously limited choice, and the majority of voters went (supposedly) with a bigger jackass than Hillary could ever be. That makes no sense, does it?
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There is no way that that was not
 a great movie. Juss' sayin'...
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In all my years in advertising and graphic design, 
I never got to do an ad like that. Fuck.
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The Chambers Brothers at the Newport Jazz Festival in the summer of 1965. If you don't know who they are/were, you need a crash course in cool. Google 'em and watch a coupla videos. These guys were great back in the day.
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Always up for a prank, some consider Dalí a bit of a con man. Close friend Amanda Lear recalls how he once duped Yoko Ono, selling her a blade of grass for $10,000. Apparently, Ono had asked Dalí to sell him a strand of hair from his infamous mustache. Not one to turn down a check, he got creative.
“Dali thought that Yoko Ono was a witch and might use it in a spell. He didn't want to send her a personal item, much less one of his hairs,” Lear explained. “So he sent me to the garden to find a dry blade of grass, and sent it off in a nice presentation box. The idiot paid 10,000 dollars for it. It amused him to rip people off.”
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Them goddamn Twisted Hillbillys are at it again. 
Maybe we'll stop by later for a visit.
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Necessity is always the mother of invention. Nothing new or useful is made up for no good reason. You know that.
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Why would ya ever need to add anything to 
this little newsblip? It's brilliant. 
Fuckin' A, Texas...
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This is the science they're following in LA County to require vaccinated people to wear masks. That doesn't scare the living fuckin' shit outta you? If it doesn't, you're already fuckin' dead, so don't worry about COVID shit.
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Fakebook asks because they care. Yeah - bullshit.

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Times Square, 1952. What a great shot by Michael Donovan. I'm sure it's enhanced somewhat, but man - that is some serious sensory overload. Brilliant stuff.
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June Wilkinson & Inga Neilsen as villainous henchwomen on Batman in 1968. 
I'm lucky enough to have lived in some very interesting times.
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10 comments:

  1. #15....obama is the one that got people thinking in billions instead of millions. What's a billion dollars, anyway? Now Xiden has us looking at trillions like billions. A trillion here, 3.5 trillion there.....

    #19....If SCOTUS takes it up as fast as the state and federal appeals courts have done, we'll find out that forced/mandatory vaccinations are unconstitutional....about a year or two too late. State and federal appeals courts have only recently ruled against the church and private school lockdowns; a year to late to have helped.

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    1. They can stick a needle in my cold dead arm but it'll take a bunch of 'em to get to me...

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  2. Blues music is generally about a longing for a better life, so the rich couple in the cartoon living in a wealthy home shouldn't have any problems requiring the "Blues".

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    1. Aaaaaahhhh. You may have hit on it. Don't know myself, never been rich. Thanks Bri

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  3. Forced Vaccinations ??????

    ever hear of the NUREMBERG CODE ? 1947

    The Nuremberg Code is the most important document in the history of the ethics of medical research.1-6 The Code was formulated 50 years ago, in August 1947, in Nuremberg, Germany, by American judges sitting in judgment of Nazi doctors accused of conducting murderous and torturous human experiments in the concentration camps (the so-called Doctors' Trial).7 It served as a blueprint for today's principles that ensure the rights of subjects in medical research. Because of its link with the horrors of World War II and the use of prisoners in Nazi concentration camps for medical experimentation, debate continues today about the authority of the Code, its applicability to modern medical research, and even its authorship.1,2,4,5,8 The chief prosecutor at the Doctors' Trial, General Telford Taylor, believed that one of the three U.S. judges, Harold Sebring, was the author of the Code.2 Two American physicians who helped prosecute the Nazi doctors at Nuremberg, Leo Alexander and Andrew Ivy, have each been identified as the Code's author.5,8-11 A careful reading of the transcript of the Doctors' Trial, background documents, and the final judgment reveals that authorship was shared and that the famous 10 principles of the Code grew out of the trial itself.

    The indictment of the defendants was filed on October 25, 1946, 25 days after the conclusion of the first Nuremberg trial by the International Military Tribunal. The Doctors' Trial began on December 9, 1946, and ended on July 19, 1947. The case was heard by three judges and one alternate. Thirty-two prosecution witnesses and 53 defense witnesses, including the 23 defendants, testified. A total of 1471 documents were introduced into the record. Sixteen of the 23 defendants were found guilty; 7 of them were sentenced to death by hanging, 5 to life imprisonment, 2 to imprisonment for 25 years, 1 to imprisonment for 15 years, and 1 to imprisonment for 10 years. Seven were acquitted. The sentences were confirmed by the military governor, and, after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review the case, the executions were carried out at the Landsberg prison.

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    1. Like I said - They can stick a needle in my cold dead arm...

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  4. Good for Dali. It's not like Yoko had to work for the money or anything.

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    1. Just hadda flap them crazy ole titties in John's face once in a while. Yikes she's scary.

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  5. The supreme court will punt on any case that gets to them - no standing

    If they accept the case, Roberts will rule it is a constitutional tax

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