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Tuesday, July 06, 2004

 

Chris Matthews acts like a child who has soiled his drawers.

I was watching Chris Matthews berate Howard Dean on whether he agreed with the matters presented in Mike Moore's FAHRENHEIT 9/11 .

After watching Chris Matthew's on HARDBALL (that's a painfull male condition isn't it..poor Chris)....I was immediately reminded of a little kid pitching a fit insisting Santa Claus is real...and screaming so hard he soils his drawers.

LOL...Chris...go get a depends and maybe some Valium...it'll be OK Dude.

 

Accidentally discovered website of the Day

http://www.bushwatch.com/bushlies.htm
"bush lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... not lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies... lies...
Bush Lied About Lots Of Things

Sure Did. Here's Even More"

 

John Lehman said to be considered as the Next CIA Director

You may remember Lehman was head of the 9/11 commission...

seems like it may be payback from Dubya for a "job" (read coverup) well done.

 

The Major Malfunction of the Mass Media

We've seen a phenomenon in the form of a shift from getting your news from TV to getting your news from the Web.

I think part of the reason is that there is a Major Malfunction of Mass Medias.

What is that major malfunction?

It's micromanagement of the content, focussed at putting electronic blinders on viewers.

What I mean by that is this. The Mass Media does not just report what is happening in the world...which I would argue should be their main focus.

It's like this. Let's say that during the day...I saw a beatiful sunset, I talked to a retired actor who was in several movies with John Wayne. I read an interesting chapter in a book...I changed a flat tire for an elderly lady stranded on the side of the road...but, while sitting in traffic, for about five seconds during that day, I picked my nose.

The mass media DECIDES FOR YOU what you will think about. If the events I talked about represented the news of the day..the mass media would focus on the nose picking.

How long did he pick his nose...did it hurt, was his nose running, did anyone see, did it bleed, how many people pick their nose a day...how much time a day in total do people spend daily picking their nose...is it illegal in any city to pick your nose in public....can someone sue you for picking your nose...and on and on and on...ad nauseum.

They do that with that Kobe Bryant nonsense and that Scott Peterson or Pedersen or however the hell you spell his name. Besides Scott and the family and friends of his deceased wife....WHO CARES???????

I don't what some friggin; cigar chewing idiot deciding what I should reflect on and think about. Just tell us what happened during the day and let us sort out what we want to know more about.

It's retarded to go on and on and on about the kind of idiotic crap they spend hours scrutintizing and dissecting.

And while I am at it...what's up with the local weather man EXPLAINING why it's going to shine or rain. Did I accidentally sign up for a friggin' meteorolgy class by accident when I turned on the local news. I don't give a crap why it's raining UNLESS you tell me it's going to rain because a nuclear explosion caused it, or it was the result of those CHEMTRAILS.

If these local smoothies want to teach a class on weather science, let 'em get a teaching certificate or sign up for the local cable access channel and put on a "Learn about weather" show....I DON"T WANT TO HEAR IT.

What gets me is when they do all this scientific crap about highs and lows and barometric this and that...and STILL get it wrong. I've heard weathermen say there is a 20 percent chance of rain...on a live show, when it's pouring down raining!!!!!!

 

Microsoft plans to reduce its operating costs by A BILLION DOLLARS

Under the "how safe is your job" department...or, under the
"OUR ECONOMY SUCKS BIGTIME" department...

"Microsoft to cut costs by $1bn this year
By Simon London in San Francisco
Published: July 7 2004 0:57 | Last Updated: July 7 2004 0:57


Microsoft plans to reduce operating expenses by $1bn this year to help finance investment in new products, according to Steve Ballmer, chief executive.


In a wide-ranging memo to employees, Mr Ballmer noted that expenses had grown faster than revenues in each of the last three years.

"This obviously is not a trend we can continue," he wrote. "


---snip---------
Now, what was that Bush said about "Steady Growth" ?

LOLOLOLOLOL...in the South we say that a fish stinks from the head down....
'Nuff said....

 

Space: Data From Saturn Probe Making Previous Theories About Planet Ring False

"Space: Data From Saturn Probe Making Previous Theories About Planet Ring False
By Jan Jun


The first data transmitted from Saturn by the joint U.S.-European Cassini-Huygens spacecraft is prompting scientists to consider abandoning existing theories about the ringed planet and its many moons. The spacecraft is now in orbit around the planet after a voyage of seven years and 3 billion kilometers.


London, 6 July 2004 (RFE/RL) -- Doctor Andrew Coates of the Mullard Space Science Laboratory at University College in London is one of the scientists participating in the Cassini-Huygens mission.

"It is fantastic, the data that is coming back from Cassini-Huygens and the first fly-past of the moon Titan," Coates says. "To provide such tantalizing but inexplicable results is actually very interesting."

Photographs taken by the spacecraft show hundreds of strange symmetrical waves in Saturn's rings, probably caused by the planet's magnetic field. The rings are shown in unprecedented detail and reveal interesting braid-like structures.

Measurements show the rings are made of water ice boulders and smaller particles, while the gaps between them contain mostly dust similar to that covering the moon Phoebe. This, say scientists, indicates that the rings may be remnants of a disintegrated moon.

There also is a surprisingly large quantity of oxygen at the edges of the rings.

Professor Stan Cawley of Britain's Leicester University, who is involved with the spacecraft's magnetic field measurements, says Saturn is a huge ball of gas with no rocky surface. The processes taking place there, including the source of its inner heat and its magnetic phenomena, are still unexplained.

"We have been looking particularly at the magnetic field which is present very close to the planet,” Cawley says. “This is the closest any spacecraft has ever been to the planet to measure the magnetic field. There are some unexpected features in that data that we are not quite sure what they mean, and we're working hard to try to understand at the moment."

Further surprises were revealed in the spacecraft's photographs of a hazy orange Titan -- the largest of Saturn's 31 moons, about the size of the planet Mercury. They show a methane cloud "the size of Italy," several crisscrossing linear features, and a huge circular area that could be a crater the size of Western Europe. Another image of the moon's atmosphere shows storms at different latitudes and moving in different directions.

Coates points out that the thick atmosphere of Titan makes it difficult for even the largest telescopes on Earth to see anything clearly. He says earlier theories about the surface are now being rewritten.

"In fact, the dark parts of the images turn out to be water ice probably, where the light parts of the images seem to be water ice with the mixture of hydrocarbons. There is evidence for methane clouds, perhaps tantalizing evidence that there may well be methane rain there, as well," Coates says.

Coates says Titan's nitrogen-rich atmosphere appears to be composed of chemical compounds similar to those that existed in Earth's distant past, so the spacecraft may be able to help scientists learn how our own planet formed: "It's something like the early Earth, at about 4 billion years ago, so this makes it a very exciting environment to try and look at, because it could be the start of something where life could perhaps evolve later on."
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"The world is not only stranger than you imagine...it is stranger than you CAN imagine!"

 

HEY, I THOUGHT THE ECONOMY WAS DOING GREAT....LOL

THE BIG LIE IS HIGH MAINTENANCE....YOU HAVE TO KEEP A NONSTOP MANTRA THAT THE ECONOMY IS GREAT...OR THE FACTS RAISE THEIR UGLY HEAD AND PROVE YOU WRONG! -CODE

" Wall Street stocks fall amid rising oil prices, weak tech forecasts
"NEW YORK, July 6 (Xinhuanet) -- Wall Street stocks finished lower Tuesday as rising oil prices and disappointing outlook for the technology sector increased investor pessimism over the economy.

The Dow Jones industrial average fell 63.49 points, or 0.6 percent, to 10,219.34. The Nasdaq composite index dropped 43.23 points, or 2.2 percent, to 1,963.43. The Standard & Poor's 500 index shed 9.17 points, or 0.8 percent, to 1,116.21.

Tuesday was the first trading day after the three-day Independence Day holiday. The weaker-than-expected job creation figure on last Friday still overshadowed the market. While there were little economic data coming out, investors' uncertainty quickly translated into pessimism. Rising oil prices and a lower earnings forecast for Intel Corp. also triggered selling throughout the technology sector.

On political front, the selection of John Edwards as running mate for Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry increased investors' concern. John Edwards was seen by the conservative investment community as a proponent of the expensive class-action lawsuits against American companies.

Intel Corp. fell 22 cents to 26.11 dollars after Lehman Brothers cut its earnings forecast for the chip maker, and Conexant Systems Inc. dropped 1.77 dollars to 2.31 dollars after reporting its third-quarter sales and earnings would fall below market forecasts.

Wachovia Securities raised Boeing's shares from "underperform" to "market perform," but this did little to boost the stocks. Boeing Co. fell 21 cents to 49.31 dollars.

Tuesday's decliners also included Veritas Software Corp., whichdropped 9.55 dollars to 17.00 dollars after lowering its second-quarter earnings and revenue outlook, Acuity Brands Inc. shed 52 cents to 25.45 dollars despite posting an 18 percent rise in third-quarter earnings, and Rite Aid Corp. fell 17 cents to 4.91 dollars.

On the NYSE, declining stocks outnumbered advancers more than 3to 2, and the trading volume was light at 1.17 billion shares. Enditem "
===snip============
I HEARD THAT!

THE BIG LIE IS HIGH MAINTENANCE....YOU HAVE TO KEEP A NONSTOP MANTRA THAT THE ECONOMY IS GREAT...OR THE FACTS RAISE THEIR UGLY HEAD AND PROVE YOU WRONG!

 

Moore and Stern Take On Bush

"He's likely to become one of the most influential men in American politics -- and he's not even a politician. Michael Moore's scathing anti-Bush film, "Fahrenheit 9/11," has earned more than $60 million at the box office, and Time magazine made Moore this week's cover boy.

According to Time Senior Writer Richard Lacayo, Moore's movie could potentially cost Bush a second term in the White House. "Moore's been able to make this film very quickly and drop it right into the most potent moment in the election season," Lacayo insisted.

"Fahrenheit 9/11" paints the president as incompetent and uncovers Bush family connections to the powerful Bin Laden family. Meanwhile, the Bush camp has called Moore's film a "pack of lies." But in attempt to be fair, Moore set up a "Fahrenheit war room" to deal with the accusations of inaccuracies.

Moore has even employed former Clinton administration officials to deal with the media blitz. But it seems that the director has got a new best friend in his mission to remove Bush from office -- radio icon Howard Stern.

Stern has been on a daily radio rant against the Bush administration, saying he's been unfairly targeted by the FCC for indecency. So could a Stern/Moore team be enough to get the president out?

Lacayo told us it's amazing how much these two could sway the election by working together: "Taken together, Michael Moore and Howard Stern are both at the top of their industries: radio and film. They both have an enormous audience, and together, they'll be punching away until Election Day."

With four months until the election, there's still plenty of time for campaigning and plenty of time for America's newest power couple to make an impact. Meanwhile, Moore is already eying his next target; he will focus on HMOs and the healthcare system in his next documentary."

 

Congressman suggests Bush hiding Osama

"Congressman suggests Bush hiding Osama
'They are trying to decide what day they should bring him out'

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Posted: July 3, 2004
1:00 a.m. Eastern



© 2004 WorldNetDaily.com

In a speech to business leaders in India, Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., gave credence to a rumor that the U.S. has captured Osama bin Laden and for political reasons is waiting for the right moment to reveal it, according to the Indo-Asian News Service.


Reps. Mike Thompson and Jim McDermott in CNN interview from Baghdad in 2002.

"There are already rumours circulating that Osama bin Laden is being held somewhere already and it's only that they are trying to decide what day they should bring him out," McDermott told Confederation of Indian Industry representatives at a luncheon in New Delhi on Thursday.

The remarks came as McDermott told his audience that the loss of jobs during the Bush administration and the Iraq war will cause Americans to pick a new president in the fall. "
========================SNIP=============================

" WORD! "

 

Congressman Suggests Bush Hiding Osama

"original news source:
www.worldnetdaily.com
In a speech to business leaders in India, Rep. Jim McDermott, D-Wash., gave credence to a rumor that the U.S. has captured Osama bin Laden and for political reasons is waiting for the right moment to reveal it, according to the Indo-Asian News Service.

"There are already rumors circulating that Osama bin Laden is being held somewhere already and it's only that they are trying to decide what day they should bring him out," McDermott told Confederation of Indian Industry representatives at a luncheon in New Delhi on Thursday.

Former Secretary of State Madeleine K. Albright echoed the bin Laden rumor, suggesting to Morton Kondracke of Fox News: "Do you suppose that the Bush administration has Osama bin Laden hidden away somewhere and will bring him out before the election?"

 

C.I.A. Held Back Iraqi Arms Data, U.S. Officials Say

C.I.A. Held Back Iraqi Arms Data, U.S. Officials Say
By JAMES RISEN
Relatives of Iraqi scientists said before the war that Baghdad's unconventional weapons programs had been abandoned, but the C.I.A. failed to inform the president.

 

Kerry Picks Edwards for VP Slot

So...Edwards will be our next VP..good choice..he's from the South and is my age....I can relate :)

 

Cheney Sacks Personal Doctor Accused Of Prescription Abuses

"U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney has dismissed his personal physician amid allegations of prescription abuses, the New Yorker magazine said Monday.

Internist Dr. Gary Malakoff was a member of Cheney's medical team for nine years.

The article quotes colleagues and sealed legal records from Malakoff's 2002 divorce, which include medical invoices and pharmacy records, as saying in 1999 he was placed into a program for impaired physicians, which required him to undergo monitoring.

Malakoff was relieved last month as chairman of George Washington University Medical Center's General Internal Medicine Division.

The article said that according to pharmacy records and customer invoices, Malakoff bought 76 bottles of a synthetic narcotic nasal spray called Stadol from two mail-order drug supply companies during a four-month period in 2000.

The magazine said that during the 2 1/2-year period ended in December 2001, Malakoff spent at least $46,238 to purchase Stadol online, as well as other medications, such as Xanax, Tylenol with codeine, and Ambien.

Kevin Kellems, Cheney's press secretary, would not comment about the reports, saying only Malakoff is no longer a member of the team that treats the vice president. "
===snip==========
Too bad Rush Limbaugh isn't a physician, perhaps he could take up taking care of Cheney where the other guy left off....

"There has to be a reason they call him "Rush" !"

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