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At least it’s more creative than the predictable cries of “it’s all Bush’s fault because he didn’t sign Kyoto” that followed hot on the heels of the California fires. As a matter of fact so hot on the heels of them that we’re not sure if the first fire engines had even arrived at the scene before the Usual Suspects were screaming “Glowball Wormening.”

Still, we have to wonder if Randi Rhodes shouldn’t have stayed in bed for another week after her “vicious mugging” [quit laughing, dammit — Ed.], because it’s quite clear to His Imperial Majesty that something was shaken loose that hasn’t quite settled back in yet:

I started just doing Google searches to try and figure out. You know, arson, arson, it was like crazy trying to figure out why is that being downplayed? Why is that, you know, just a small part of the story? And you know, every time I look for it what comes up, believe it or not, is that Blackwater wants to move to San Diego and build this giant complex in San Diego right where most of the evacuations are taking place and you know.


Some of them are thought to be the work of arsonists and in the same breath you’ve got a community that’s on fire that just recently protested Blackwater West. Just recently said no to Blackwater and apparently you don’t do that.

Children beware. This is your brain on Ketel One vodka.

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(Link thanks to Sir Guido).

Last Sunday, the Danish anti-Islamofascist organization SIOE had announced a demonstration as per usual procedure for those, but it turned out to be not quite as peaceful as all that, thanks to a bunch of radical fuckheads (referred to in the article as “autonomous”, a group similar to the infamous “Black Bloc” who like to show up in ski masks, committing aggravated assault, vandalism and, in this case, attempted murder), who accosted the vehicle in which some of the leaders of SIOE were traveling, bashed in the windows and proceeded to beat the occupants with iron bars while trying to stab them to death.

One of the victims was a 74 year old woman.

It’s only going to get worse, you know.

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In case anyone is wondering, I am busy tinkering with the performance of this site.  I realize that this is a “live site” and that anything I do here is affecting people in their normal course of reading and writing.  But it cannot be helped — I need to be live to do this, and I hope y’all just bear with me for a while.

I am adding and removing different scripts (yep, I said scripts) to see what it is that is dragging things down — if anything.  So you are going to see somethings disappear, appear, go wild, and a few other things. 

I will try to be quick as I can.

[Update:  Okay, I have gone as far as I can go for now.  I will leave you with a couple of links for you to enjoy:


Second (This was my advice for Aaron when he moved to Houston last month…)

Third (For BC)




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Okay, have a nice night.

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(Via the Imperial Linkmaster General).

Syria has made their nuclear installation vanish.

What? No credit to the IAF?

Clearly, Sir, they contributed significantly to the “vanishing” act by making sure that no pieces were bigger than what would pass through a wedding ring first.

Now, if they’d only do the same to all of Damascus.

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The human race will one day split into two separate species, an attractive, intelligent ruling elite and an underclass of dim-witted, ugly goblin-like creatures, according to a top scientist.

100,000 years into the future, sexual selection could mean that two distinct breeds of human will have developed.

The alarming prediction comes from evolutionary theorist Oliver Curry from the London School of Economics, who says that the human race will have reached its physical peak by the year 3000.

Mr. Curry? I’ve got a Mr. Wells on the line, saying that he wants his idea back.

Oh, and then there’s the small matter of a few thousand tax-paying serfs outside your office wanting your combined salaries, with compounded interest, back too.

Mind you, those torches and pitchforks they’ve got DO look rather impressive.


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Sometimes, I swear, these stories write themselves. It is expected that the use of garden gnomes as a housebreaking tool will decrease from now on.

A 37-year-old man has bled to death after slipping on broken glass while allegedly trying to climb through a bedroom window in Adelaide’s south.

The fact he is dead sorta gives the “alleged” part away..

The man was almost decapitated after slipping on broken glass at a Moorong Rd property in O’Sullivan Beach about 2.10am today, South Australian police said.

Should have quit whilst he was ahead.

It is believed the man sliced his neck, which caused fatal bleeding. The house’s occupants were in the bedroom as the man, from Christies Beach, tried to enter the house, police said.

“Indications are that the man threw a garden ornament through a bedroom window which woke the occupants and … slipped and suffered a severe laceration which killed him,” Senior Constable Mick Abbott said.“The man’s death is being treated as non-suspicious.”

That’ll be good for the roses this summer.

Police were investigating the man’s death, he said. The man is believed to have used a garden gnome to break the window, Sky News reports.

Goblin breaks window. Goblin kills self trying to break into home. Give garden gnome a medal, bury goblin, write report, go home to dinner.

Case closed.

The house’s owner found the man in a pool of blood, but ambulance officers called to the scene were unable to revive him.

Garden gnome 1, Goblin 0.

All in a day’s work.

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Amidst all the celebration and merry-making for our new digs, AND furthermore being Friday for some of us. Why not turn off the idiot box and tune in some Radio? I can’t dance (it’s rattles the monitor off the desk) but you sure can.

Freaky Friday on RadioCIA. I’ll be on from 7 pm CT until I give it up. It is MIX night and I’ll take all requests. ciarequest AT or on the tuesdaytruth Yahoo IM.


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It is with great sadness that the Department of Defence announces the death of Sergeant Matthew Locke, serving with Special Air Service Regiment in Oruzgan Province in southern Afghanistan on Thursday, 25 October 2007.

He is the third soldier to die in combat in Afghanistan, and this day Australia mourns the loss of one of our best, brightest and bravest.

During his service in the Australian Defence Force, Matthew was awarded the Medal for Gallantry, the Australian Active Service Medal, the Afghanistan Campaign Medal, the Australian Defence Medal, the United Nations Medal with the United Nations Transitional Authority East Timor Ribbon, the Iraq Clasp to the Australian Active Service Medal, the International Coalition Against Terrorism Clasp to the Australian Active Service Medal, the Infantry Combat Badge and the Returned from Active Service Badge.

For gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances as the second-in-command of a Special Air Service Regiment patrol in the Special Forces Task Group whilst deployed on Operation SLIPPER, Afghanistan, in 2006.

During the conduct of an operation, a patrol, with Sergeant Locke as second-in-command, were tasked with establishing an Observation Post in extremely rugged terrain over looking an Anti-Coalition Militia sanctuary.

After an arduous ten hour foot infiltration up the side of the mountain, the patrol was called into action to support elements of the Combined Task Force Special Forces patrol that were in contact with the Anti-Coalition Militia in the valley floor to their north.

After the engagement, Sergeant Locke’s patrol remained in their location and was the only coalition ground element with visibility of the target area.

During the course of the next day the patrol continued to coordinate offensive air support against identified Anti-Coalition Militia positions in order to further disrupt and degrade the enemy’s morale.

During the afternoon, the Observation Post became the focus of the Anti-Coalition Militia who made repeated attempts by day and night to overrun and surround the position.

In one such incident the Anti-Coalition Militia attempted to outflank the Observation Post and Sergeant Locke without regard for his own personal safety, led a two man team to locate and successfully neutralise the Anti-Coalition Militia in order to regain the initiative and protect his patrol from being overrun.

This particular incident was followed by another Anti-Coalition Militia attempt to manoeuvre to attack the patrol Observation Post from another flank.

Sergeant Locke, again with little regard for his personal safety, adopted a fire position that was exposed on high ground which dominated the planned Anti-Coalition Militia assault.

Whilst deliberately exposing himself to intense rifle and machine gun fire from the Anti-Coalition Militia, he again neutralised the lead assaulting elements whilst suppressing other Militia until the arrival of offensive air support.

Whilst still under sustained fire, Sergeant Locke then directed indirect fire to effectively neutralise another Anti-Coalition Militia advance on his patrol’s position.

The courageous and gallant actions of Sergeant Locke were instrumental in regaining the initiative from the Anti-Coalition Militia and allowing the successful exfiltration of the patrol on foot prior to first light the next day.

Sergeant Locke’s actions of gallantry whilst under enemy fire in extremely hazardous circumstances, displayed courage of the highest order and are in keeping with the finest traditions of Special Operations Command-Australia, the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force.


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Welcome back, and welcome to the new digs!

All that needs to be done now is that I need to see if there’s anything about the front page that can be streamlined a bit, because other than that, things are running SMOOTH.

You may unfasten your seat belts now :)

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We fully expect the Tehran Tumblefucks to be begging for terms any day now:

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, joined at a State Department news conference by Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson, said the steps the Bush administration is taking against the Revolutionary Guard Corps and a number of banks are designed, among other things, to punish Tehran for its support of terrorist organizations in Iraq and the Middle East.


The United States has long labeled Iran as a state supporter of terrorism and has been working for years to gain support for tougher sanctions from the international community aimed at keeping the country from developing nuclear weapons.

The sanctions will cut off more than 20 Iranian entities, including individuals and companies owned or controlled by the Revolutionary Guards, from the American financial system and will likely have ripple effects throughout the international banking community.

We’re reminded of a little-known historical fact that many military historians believe was the real Turnaround Point™ in World War II, as opposed to the piffling minor incidents at Stalingrad, El Alamein et al. We’re referring, of course, to the recently de-classified document revealing that the Roosevelt Administration, in November of 1942, put travel restrictions on all members of the 1. SS “Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler” Panzer Division and froze their overseas bank assets.

What effete, incompetent, half-arsed pricks we have in DC.

LC & IB Bill Quick, from whom we got the news item, asks:

Does anybody but me think that “sanctions” against the Iranian military, but not against the Iranian regime are, well, ridiculous?

We’d have chosen more colorfully appropriate words than “ridiculous” for it, Bill, but, other than that…


UPDATE: Just as we think that it can’t possibly get any worse, that there is no way on this Earth that the President Milquetoast administration and his paleosimian-fellating Secretary of State of Servitude can further prove to us that they aren’t worthy of running a lemonade stand, Bill drops by in comments to show me this:

WASHINGTON, Oct 26 (Reuters) - Anxious not to repeat mistakes of past Middle East peace-making, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has turned to former presidents Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter for tips ahead of her own conference this year.

At this point we have to tell ourselves that this is just al-Roto-Reuter spinning in favor of their two favorite traitors of all time, because if we don’t, then there is absolutely no way that anybody can ever convince us again that Kerry or Gore would have been worse. Or Satan, Pol Pot, Ho Chi Minh or Josef Stalin, for that matter.

But it’s hard to make a convincing case for it, considering that our Fearless Leader has spared no effort to kiss Islamofascist butt ever since he conveniently forgot about what he said right after 9/11 (something that, to his credit, took him several weeks which is unusual for the slime-covered swampcritters infesting Washington DC), that his Secretary of anti-Semitic States has been so busy sleeping with the paleosimians that it’s a wonder that she hasn’t had several litters with them already (her latest hit being to lean on Israel to get them to hand over Jerusalem to the terrorist Saracen hordes. Why not Tel Aviv as well, Gondolapisser Rice? And throw in Haifa as well or, even better, DC) and that he still, six years into the war, refuses to do something about our wide open borders because it would make his boyfriend Vicente mad.

And those are just a few of his fuckups.

The only legitimate reason for inviting Dhimmi Khadr and Billie Jean Blowjob over would be to serve them both with their charges of treason, then having them dragged outside and shot against the nearest Rose Garden wall, and since they’re both among the living still, we can only conclude that the most lily-livered, spineless administration since Dhimmi Khadr’s own has fucked up…


I’ll be outside getting drunk…

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