New Flu Vaccine is Loaded With Mercury

I'll take it in the bum

It has been six years since the American Academy
of Pediatrics and the U.S. Public Health Service
joined forces in requesting the removal of all
mercury-containing preservative thimerosal from
A quick surf on the net easily reveals that this new
flu vaccine indeed contains mercury.


New Flu Vaccine is Loaded With Mercury


The e-mail buck stops here Dept.:

flying car

According to Snopes…
This image, purportedly of an automobile blown airborne at Hurricane
Katrina’s 130 MPH winds and captured by a New Orleans police radar
camera (which subsequently issued it a speeding ticket), is fairly
obviously a composite of different images and text overlays.

no flying car

Ya know, it only takes a minute usually to discern truth from bullshit
here on the internet. Thank God for Snopes. Read the rest.

Urban Legends Reference Pages: Hurricane Katrina (Speed Trap)


The $100 laptop moves closer to reality | CNET

$100 laptop. I want one

A $100.00 laptop? I’m in. But no… these laptops,
designed and built here in America are destined
for third world countries. When they are finally
available to us here in the USA, they will be built
in China and cost about $200.00. What kind of shit
is that?

Notice the hand crank on the side?

The $100 laptop | CNET


This about nails it

Mc Comb aftermath of Katrina
To my friends and family: From a Mc Comb Resident

What I have seen since Katrina:
The poor and the wealthy hurt by the storm.
Black, white, Hispanic, Oriental and Indian all hurt by
the storm.

Christian people giving, giving, giving.

Churches going all out to minister in Jesus’ name.

Neighbors going door to door helping one another.

Thugs and hoodlums going door to door looking for
someone vulnerable.

Ice and water being fought over as police tried to keep
the peace.

People coming up from New Orleans taking over empty
houses because shelters are full.

Out of town volunteers coming with food and staying
for now a week still serving it.

The Churches all over this part of the country doing
what Christians do in a crisis.

The Red Cross doing a great job in the shelters.

The Salvation Army doing a great job in the community.

Four Hundred crewman from everywhere bring back
the power to our homes, churches and businesses.

Lines at service stations a block to a mile long.

National Guardsman patrolling the streets of Mc Comb
along with Kentucky policemen protecting us from the
hoodlums and thugs of Mc Comb, Pike County and
New Orleans (the most dangerous city in the world
before Katrina.)

Drug dealers working outside shelters.

Doctors, nurses and other hospital personnel
working tirelessly, even sleeping in the hospital
to do the job God called them to do.


The ACLU setting up a feeding line.

People for the American Way helping in the shelters.

The NAACP doing any work whatsoever.

The American Atheist organization serving meals
in the shelters.

Jesse Jackson directing traffic at the gas stations.

I could go on but you get my message.

Its the Christian people with love and compassion
who do the work.

The gripers in Congress should come on down
and get in line to pass the water and the ice.

Are you listening Hillary, Chuck, Teddy and all the
sorry ass loafers we call Senators and Congressmen.

They don’t have a clue as to what this life is all
about here on the Gulf Coast.

Boy I feel better now.

Teddy will never volunteer to help in any mess
like this one, remember, Teddy doesn’t help anyone
in deep water.

Boy I feel better now.

Via Chopper Jim

Mike Brown from FEMA

Mike Brown, ex head of FEMA

Boy, I’m in this dude’s camp. Mike Brown
is getting the shaft when it is the Governor
of Louisiana and the Mayor of New Orleans
and half of the New Orleans PD that totally
dropped the crack pipe, er ball when it comes
to Katrina and her aftermath.
And what about the ridiculous requests
being made by Louisiana Sen. Mary Landrieu?
I think she is hitting the crack pipe too!

Excite News


So. Cal rocket show

up, up, and away

Living in Southern California means that you get
to see and do a lot of things that many others
don’t often get to see or do. One of the neat
things we get to see here every so often is a dusk
rocket launch from Vandenberg Air Force Base
located nearly 200 miles west of us here. It is
always spectacular to see. This launch went off
without a hitch last Thursday.

John Parres’ Streak slideshow on Flickr


Hi-tech shopping

hi tech shopping

Let’s hope the next time you do your grocery shopping, your
Internet fridge doesn’t have a wireless conversation with your
shopping cart about your weight, and instructs it to beep
loudly every time you reach for a Ben & Jerry’s. That little
scenario may come true faster than you think, given that
Fujitsu’s U-Scan Shopper is about to trial in Australian
supermarkets. For now, thankfully, the high-tech pushcart,
empowered by a wireless mounted touch-screen computer,
simply adds up items as these are loaded, alerts you to
specials in each aisle, and keeps tabs on what you bought
on your last trip to the grocery store.

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