Saudis Torture Infidel Woman – U.R.

- by - November 22, 2013 - 22:06 America/New_York - 4 Comments

Graphic video of a woman strung up by her feet, being beaten by her Saudi masters.

I wish for painful and lingering death to all members of the cult of islam, followers of the pedophile muhammad.

Operation Photo Rescue – U.R.

- by - November 22, 2013 - 16:56 America/New_York - Be first to Comment!

“Insurance can replace homes, furniture and automobiles in time of need. However, photographs, which are important pieces of a family’s history, are unprotected. Operation Photo Rescue (OPR) is a volunteer network of professional photojournalists and amateur digital photographers, graphic designers, image restoration artists and others. OPR’s mission is to repair photographs damaged by unforeseen circumstances such as house fires and natural disasters at no cost to the people who own them.”

Awesome Photo restoration tutorials here:

http://www.operationphotorescue.org/portfolio/tutorials/

Check out the Realistic Eye Texture Painting by Krishnamurti Martins Costa. Un-be-liev-able !!!

They are also looking for photo restoration volunteers. Test your skills and help a family recover some lost memories.
:-)

“The Enemy is Inside the Wire” – U.R.

- by - November 15, 2013 - 14:28 America/New_York - 3 Comments

Erick Stakelbeck talks with Frank Gaffney of Center for Security Policy about the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration inside the U.S. government.

This is a must-watch video for those concerned about the sharia and islamic terrorists in America.

The story I am posting about ends at the first commercial, but the rest of the video is worth watching if you have time. The last two minutes of the show are a wrap-up of this story with some useful web links.

The Joy of Walmart Camping – U.R.

- by - November 15, 2013 - 14:28 America/New_York - 5 Comments

Conway’s portraits capture a broad and varied slice of America. He photographed people like Leroy Morris, who parks his RV in one of the Walmart parking lots every summer. Morris is a retiree who lives off Social Security with his dog Maggie as his only companion, but he says his years on the road have been the best of his life.

J.D. Gilkey sold the family home and has been driving around the country researching his family’s genealogy. He says his travels have brought him to 500 Walmarts in the U.S. and Canada. “€œChristmas of 2011, there were about nine of us in the Walmart parking lot in Albuquerque,”€ he says. “Christmas Eve I put a note on everybody’€™s door to come over in the morning, and I fixed Christmas breakfast for everybody.”€

Best 100 Novels list in 1898 – U.R.

- by - November 13, 2013 - 18:04 America/New_York - 4 Comments

For that full 1898 flavour, names and dates are as Shorter gives them.

1. Don Quixote – 1604 – Miguel de Cervantes

2. The Holy War – 1682 – John Bunyan

3. Gil Blas – 1715 – Alain René le Sage

4. Robinson Crusoe – 1719 – Daniel Defoe

5. Gulliver’s Travels – 1726 – Jonathan Swift

6. Roderick Random – 1748 – Tobias Smollett

7. Clarissa – 1749 – Samuel Richardson

8. Tom Jones – 1749 – Henry Fielding

9. Candide – 1756 – Françoise de Voltaire

10. Rasselas – 1759 – Samuel Johnson

11. The Castle of Otranto – 1764 – Horace Walpole

12. The Vicar of Wakefield – 1766 – Oliver Goldsmith

13. The Old English Baron – 1777 – Clara Reeve

14. Evelina – 1778 – Fanny Burney

15. Vathek – 1787 – William Beckford

16. The Mysteries of Udolpho – 1794 – Ann Radcliffe

17. Caleb Williams – 1794 – William Godwin

18. The Wild Irish Girl – 1806 – Lady Morgan

19. Corinne – 1810 – Madame de Stael

20. The Scottish Chiefs – 1810 – Jane Porter

21. The Absentee – 1812 – Maria Edgeworth

22. Pride and Prejudice – 1813 – Jane Austen

23. Headlong Hall – 1816 – Thomas Love Peacock

24. Frankenstein – 1818 – Mary Shelley

25. Marriage – 1818 – Susan Ferrier

26. The Ayrshire Legatees – 1820 – John Galt

27. Valerius – 1821 – John Gibson Lockhart

28. Wilhelm Meister – 1821 – Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

29. Kenilworth – 1821 – Sir Walter Scott

30. Bracebridge Hall – 1822 – Washington Irving

31. The Epicurean – 1822 – Thomas Moore

32. The Adventures of Hajji Baba – 1824 – James Morier (“usually reckoned his best”)

33. The Betrothed – 1825 – Alessandro Manzoni

34. Lichtenstein – 1826 – Wilhelm Hauff

35. The Last of the Mohicans – 1826 – Fenimore Cooper

36. The Collegians – 1828 – Gerald Griffin

37. The Autobiography of Mansie Wauch – 1828 – David M. Moir

38. Richelieu – 1829 – G. P. R. James (the “first and best” novel by the “doyen of historical novelists”)

39. Tom Cringle’s Log – 1833 – Michael Scott

40. Mr. Midshipman Easy – 1834 – Frederick Marryat

41. Le Père Goriot – 1835 – Honoré de Balzac

42. Rory O’More – 1836 – Samuel Lover (another first novel, inspired by one of the author’s own ballads)

43. Jack Brag – 1837 – Theodore Hook

44. Fardorougha the Miser – 1839 – William Carleton (“a grim study of avarice and Catholic family life. Critics consider it the author’s finest achievement”)

45. Valentine Vox – 1840 – Henry Cockton (yet another first novel)

46. Old St. Paul’s – 1841 – Harrison Ainsworth

47. Ten Thousand a Year – 1841 – Samuel Warren (“immensely successful”)

48. Susan Hopley – 1841 – Catherine Crowe (“the story of a resourceful servant who solves a mysterious crime”)

49. Charles O’Malley – 1841 – Charles Lever

50. The Last of the Barons – 1843 – Bulwer Lytton

51. Consuelo – 1844 – George Sand

52. Amy Herbert – 1844 – Elizabeth Sewell

53. Adventures of Mr. Ledbury – 1844 – Elizabeth Sewell

54. Sybil – 1845 – Lord Beaconsfield (a. k. a. Benjamin Disraeli)

55. The Three Musketeers – 1845 – Alexandre Dumas

56. The Wandering Jew – 1845 – Eugène Sue

57. Emilia Wyndham – 1846 – Anne Marsh

58. The Romance of War – 1846 – James Grant (“the narrative of the 92nd Highlanders’ contribution from the Peninsular campaign to Waterloo”)

59. Vanity Fair – 1847 – W. M. Thackeray

60. Jane Eyre – 1847 – Charlotte Brontë

61. Wuthering Heights – 1847 – Emily Brontë

62. The Vale of Cedars – 1848 – Grace Aguilar

63. David Copperfield – 1849 – Charles Dickens

64. The Maiden and Married Life of Mary Powell – 1850 – Anne Manning (“written in a pastiche seventeenth-century style and printed with the old-fashioned typography and page layout for which there was a vogue at the period . . .”)

65. The Scarlet Letter – 1850 – Nathaniel Hawthorne

66. Frank Fairleigh – 1850 – Francis Smedley (“Smedley specialised in fiction that is hearty and active, with a strong line in boisterous college escapades and adventurous esquestrian exploits”)

67. Uncle Tom’s Cabin – 1851 – H. B. Stowe

68. The Wide Wide World – 1851 – Susan Warner (Elizabeth Wetherell)

69. Nathalie – 1851 – Julia Kavanagh

70. Ruth – 1853 – Elizabeth Gaskell

71. The Lamplighter – 1854 – Maria Susanna Cummins

72. Dr. Antonio – 1855 – Giovanni Ruffini

73. Westward Ho! – 1855 – Charles Kingsley

74. Debit and Credit (Soll und Haben) – 1855 – Gustav Freytag

75. Tom Brown’s School-Days – 1856 – Thomas Hughes

76. Barchester Towers – 1857 – Anthony Trollope

77. John Halifax, Gentleman – 1857 – Dinah Mulock (a. k. a. Dinah Craik; “the best-known Victorian fable of Smilesian self-improvement”)

78. Ekkehard – 1857 – Viktor von Scheffel

79. Elsie Venner – 1859 – O. W. Holmes

80. The Woman in White – 1860 – Wilkie Collins

81. The Cloister and the Hearth – 1861 – Charles Reade

82. Ravenshoe – 1861 – Henry Kingsley (“There is much confusion in the plot to do with changelings and frustrated inheritance” in this successful novel by Charles Kingsley’s younger brother, the “black sheep” of a “highly respectable” family)

83. Fathers and Sons – 1861 – Ivan Turgenieff

84. Silas Marner – 1861 – George Eliot

85. Les Misérables – 1862 – Victor Hugo

86. Salammbô – 1862 – Gustave Flaubert

87. Salem Chapel – 1862 – Margaret Oliphant

88. The Channings – 1862 – Ellen Wood (a. k. a. Mrs Henry Wood)

89. Lost and Saved – 1863 – The Hon. Mrs. Norton

90. The Schönberg-Cotta Family – 1863 – Elizabeth Charles

91. Uncle Silas – 1864 – Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu

92. Barbara’s History – 1864 – Amelia B. Edwards (“Confusingly for bibliographers, she was related to Matilda Betham-Edwards and possibly to Annie Edward(e)s . . .”)

93. Sweet Anne Page – 1868 – Mortimer Collins

94. Crime and Punishment – 1868 – Feodor Dostoieffsky

95. Fromont Junior – 1874 – Alphonse Daudet

96. Marmorne – 1877 – P. G. Hamerton (“written under the pseudonym Adolphus Segrave”)

97. Black but Comely – 1879 – G. J. Whyte-Melville

98. The Master of Ballantrae – 1889 – R. L. Stevenson

99. Reuben Sachs – 1889 – Amy Levy

100. News from Nowhere – 1891 – William Morris

Living authors are excluded – although he cannot resist adding a rider of eight works by “writers whose reputations are too well established for their juniors to feel towards them any sentiments other than those of reverence and regard”.

And those lucky living eight:

An Egyptian Princess – 1864 – Georg Ebers

Rhoda Fleming – 1865 – George Meredith

Lorna Doone – 1869 – R. D. Blackmore

Anna Karenina – 1875 – Count Leo Tolstoi

The Return of the Native – 1878 – Thomas Hardy

Daisy Miller – 1878 – Henry James

Mark Rutherford – 1881 – W. Hale White

Le Rêve – 1889 – Emile Zola

-By MICHAEL CAINES

Global Warming Killed 600,000 Bats last year – U.R.

- by - November 11, 2013 - 16:20 America/New_York - 5 Comments

No, wait, it was wind turbines, not global warming, that killed 600,000 bats in 2012. Never mind. :oops:

*Bonus funny OT video: Give The Middle East To The Jews

http://www.jewsnews.co.il/2013/11/06/funniest-video-about-israel-you-will-ever-see-give-the-middle-east-to-the-jews/

Makes perfect sense, everybody would come out ahead.

0bama Sucks What? – U.R.

- by - November 10, 2013 - 19:03 America/New_York - 2 Comments

Now even the French are laughing at Barry’s political circus, calling him a “sucker”.

“As I speak to you, I cannot say there is any certainty that we can conclude” the talks, French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius said on French radio according to the Reuters news agency, noting that France could not accept a “sucker’s deal.”

1 Dot per Person 2010 Census Map – U.R.

- by - November 10, 2013 - 00:52 America/New_York - 6 Comments

Interactive zoomable 2010 census map of the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. There is one dot for every person recorded in the census.
Map illustrates a broad picture of population when zoomed out. Zooming in close will show a more specific pattern of settlement and you can zoom close enough to see each separate dot representing each person.

Labels for States, cities, and roads can be toggled on or off.

The map is computer generated using census data, so don’t expect it to be accurate enough to put your dot in the right place. There are a lot of dots out in the middle of cow pastures in my neck of the woods; maybe those are the cows that got signed up to vote democrat?

Christian Released from Prison in Iran – U.R.

- by - November 9, 2013 - 00:50 America/New_York - 3 Comments

“After serving ten months in Iran’s Evin prison for Christian activities, we rejoice that Mostafa Mohammad Bordbar was released on Nov. 3, 2013 and acquitted of all charges. We celebrate and are so thankful for the consistent prayers of our members and the many letters sent. Prisoner Alert recorded that government officials were emailed 108 times and 855 encouraging letters were written. Mostafa was arrested on Dec. 27, 2012 for “attending an illegal gathering and participating in a house church.” He was sentenced to ten years imprisonment in July. Mostafa’s lawyer appealed and in a scheduled hearing on Oct. 30, the court decided to withdraw all charges.”

Those emails, letters, and prayers really do help.

Obamacrimes Against Humanity – U.R.

- by - November 8, 2013 - 09:49 America/New_York - 1 Comment

Egyptian lawyers have submitted a complaint citing Article 7/1 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court – Crimes against humanity.

“The complaint charges Obama of being an accessory to the Muslim Brotherhood, which incited widespread violence in Egypt both before and after the June 30 Revolution.

Along with Obama, the complaint reproduced by El Watan mentions several Brotherhood members by name, beginning with the leader of the organization Muhammad Badie, and other top ranking leaders such as Mohamed al-Beltagy, Essam al-Erian, and Safwat Hegazi, adding that “Obama cooperated, incited, and assisted the armed elements of the Muslim Brotherhood in the commission of crimes against humanity in the period from 3/7/2013-8/18/2013, in the Arab Republic of Egypt.””

Kosher vs Halal – U.R.

- by - November 7, 2013 - 18:43 America/New_York - Be first to Comment!

Compare and contrast, the difference between Kosher certified meat and islamic halal jihadi butchered meat.

I’m Gonna Ax You to Not Rob Me – U.R.

- by - November 7, 2013 - 02:27 America/New_York - 6 Comments

“A tomahawk-throwing champion chased a burglar from her Hemet home with an ax Saturday after he tried to steal a watch from her wrist while she slept, police said.

When the woman awoke Saturday morning to find a man in her apartment trying to steal her watch, she “armed herself with a throwing ax and chased the suspect from her residence,” according to a statement from the Hemet Police Department.”

Putin: Terrorist Relatives Must Pay for jihad damages. – U.R.

- by - November 6, 2013 - 09:00 America/New_York - 5 Comments

“Under the law, all damages – including moral damage – should be compensated “at the expense of the means of the person committing the terrorist act and also at the expense of the means of his [or her] family, relatives and close people.”

The term “close people” refers to those whose lives, health, and well-being are valued by the terrorist, due to the terrorist’s personal relationships with the individuals.”

Nice Wilderness Camper – U.R.

- by - November 5, 2013 - 19:43 America/New_York - 5 Comments

A rugged 4-season small truck camper, perfect for back road camping and hard to get to places.

Details and some very nice pictures. A bit pricy, but very soothing to look at. Dreaming is always free.

Hacked HealthCare.gov Hack – U.R.

- by - November 4, 2013 - 20:30 America/New_York - 2 Comments

“Justin Hadley logged on to HealthCare.gov to evaluate his insurance options after his health plan was canceled. What he discovered was an apparent security flaw that disclosed eligibility letters addressed to individuals from another state.

“I was in complete shock,” said Hadley, who contacted Heritage after becoming alarmed at the breach of privacy.” – Jawa

source article:

http://blog.heritage.org/2013/11/02/exclusive-healthcare-gov-users-warn-of-security-risk-breach-of-privacy/

“Once it goes out over the system, it is vulnerable,” Bucci said. “There appears to have been a singular lack of concern for security. The site needs to receive and transmit sensitive personal information, yet it has less than state of the art security.”

Bucci said if a doctor’s receptionist speaks too loudly about personal information so that others could hear it, that’s a violation of the law.

“Functionality and security have to be the hallmark of programs like this one,” Bucci said. “The site has failed on both counts and has further weakened the confidence of the American people.” – Heritage

Stop Purchasing moslem Products – U.R.

- by - November 4, 2013 - 10:53 America/New_York - 1 Comment

“The Muslim religion is so unreformed since it was created that nowhere in the Muslim world has there been any real advance in science, or art or literature, or technology in the last 500 years.” – Lord Tebbit on Islam

Feds: No Packed Lunch at School Without Doctor’s Note – U.R.

- by - November 3, 2013 - 10:37 America/New_York - 6 Comments

Richmond, Virginia school officials say they are following federal government regulations in telling parents that their kids cannot bring a packed lunch from home unless they have a doctors order for that.

I wonder what they do when a kid pukes up his breakfast at school without a note. Lock down?

WTF is in the Google Barge? – U.R.

- by - October 31, 2013 - 14:12 America/New_York - 4 Comments

“Google has refused to acknowledge any connection to the barge and three others like it. But it is zealously guarding its privacy around the four-story stack of containers docked at a pier on Treasure Island and a companion in Portland, Maine.

At least one Coast Guard employee has been required to sign a non-disclosure agreement with the company regarding the San Francisco project, Petty Officer 2nd Class Barry Bena told Reuters. An inspector with an unidentified California agency said he, too, had to sign such a document.”