Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Black Monday

From the Kansas Citian, a newspaper that advertises themselves as providing "News and Opinions on Issues That Impact Kansas City and the Nation" comes this front page photo:

Ever get that feeling in the pit of your stomach that things are spinning out of control?

When conduct such as this goes completely unchallenged, whats next?

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Sort Of Expected

A distress signal, unknown, and unnoticed, by most Americans today.  

My last two posts have been about one of our soon-to-be worldwide problems... safe drinking water.

Like the ancient mariner bemoaned:

"Water, water, everywhere, Nor any drop to drink."

Oceans full of water, salty. Rivers full of water, polluted, fresh water aquifers almost drained. Problems  - it seems -  most of us are blind, and/or tone deaf, to.

My readership count - small as it is - dropped like a stone when water became the subject. People are not searching for the subject of water, or water usage, or water shortage, or polluted water. Even the disastrous drought in California garners scant notice outside of the Imperial Valley.


Obama and his ilk continue to demonstrate their deep-rooted hatred for America and European-Americans by promoting projects and programs to destroy it and them,

Feminists continue to push their efforts to turn all European-American males into eunuchs,

Educators continue to demonstrate their fear of America's desire for freedom and self-determination by promoting government controlled slavery,

The Fed and Wall Street continue to make every effort to milk the last dime out of our economy before it collapses,

The American-hating Mexicans believe they are winning back the American southwest with their "Reconquista",

Even the LGBT crowd continues their highly successful and hate filled quest to destroy the American family,

... all of this with the explicit approval and assistance from the American Congress, from Hollywood and the Media.

It seems there are so many developing challenges to America and it's lawful citizens about to reach the boiling point that drinking and cooking water are too so far down the list to notice.

The irony is that all those agenda-driven groups and their pet peeves and grievances will vanish like the mist in the morning sun when safe water goes away, when they - like the ancient mariner - can't find a drop to drink that won't sicken or kill them.

We are running out of safe water. Now that's a real crises,  and Obama, the Feminists, the Educators, the Fed, Wall Street, the LGBT crowd, Hollywood and the Media are far to busy with their agendas to even notice.

Hell of a deal.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Water Woes - Chapter Two

From the Sacramento Bee:

Officials say residents of a Central Valley community where hundreds of home wells have run dry can now take hot showers.
Andrew Lockman of the Tulare County Office of Emergency Service said Tuesday that they've brought in portable showers for residents of East Porterville. The ongoing drought has caused many of their shallow wells to run dry, forcing them to drink bottled water and bathe from buckets.
Lockman says they are worried about residents taking sponge baths during the cold winter.
He says people have to bring their own soap and towels to the portable showers, but for many it will be the first hot water they've felt in months.
Officials say the county is paying $30,000 a month for the showers set up in a church parking lot.
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As I mentioned in the previous post, California first.

Shown below is what one manufacturer calls its "luxury" version.

The not so "Luxury" version:

The two shown above are only examples. No photos available yet as to what the ones look like that they are using.

Yessir, lets all grab our soap and towels, some clean clothes, and waltz downtown to the parking lot for our Saturday weekly shower.

Where do you put your clothes after you remove them? Or do you wash them at the same time?

God help you if you have claustrophobia.

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Water Woes

Clean, safe water on tap. Soon to be a luxury.

I've been serving on the Board of Directors for a WSC (Water Supply Corp.) supplying potable water to a small community on the outskirts of Dallas, Texas for several years now. In my position as a board member, it has become increasingly necessary to learn more and more on the subject of water.

What I have been learning is alarming.

After a lifetime of being able to go to the tap and get clean, safe water without effort or concern, I am beginning to realize that this convenience is soon to be a privilege, and an expensive one at that.

Every where on this planet, disastrous things are happening to our supply of fresh water.

Underground water reservoirs, known as aquifers, are being pumped out and depleted, mostly by huge food growers that provide a large percentage of what we eat. Most of the aquifers they are draining have taken thousands of years to fill and will be totally depleted in a few short years. some are already gone. You can see this happening in Arizona and California, States that have allowed the depletion of these sources that will not be refilled for centuries. Those massive farms will be forced to shut down. You will be able to watch first hand as California's economy collapses when that occurs.

A dead California farmland. This is happening NOW,
 not sometime in the future.

Just as alarming - if not more so - is the fact that we have been dumping all manner of poisons in the environment everywhere for decades, and now these poisons have reached down far enough through the soil to invade and contaminate our only drinkable water supplies.  There is no way to prevent what we have dumped in the past from reaching this water today.  Soon, every drop of water needed by humans to survive will  be required to go through a complicated process of  decontamination and purification. This will be expensive. Drinking and cooking water, water with which to wash our clothes and dishes will soon be sold by the gallon, just like gasoline or milk.

Drill a private well? forget it, you'll be pumping up the same poisoned water.

How about water from snow packs and rain?

You already see what's happening... weather patterns are changing, something we can do nothing about either. Caused by human introduced CO2?  It doesn't much matter at this point... our fresh water is already fatally compromised.

A dried-up reservoir. This photo could have been taken 
almost anywhere.

The awful truth behind all this is that in trying to provide food and water for seven billion human beings, we have depleted and/or poisoned what fresh water is available worldwide. Poison and contamination runoff from our farms and stockyards, algae blooms in our lakes and rivers,  sewage dumped into rivers and lakes by uncaring cites and communities.

Right now - today - there are things in your water that your water supplier is not equipped to remove. If and when they do install the necessary equipment to guarantee the safety of your water, the price will go through the roof.

This is inevitable. The water is already mostly gone from the aquifers, and the billions of tons of poisons we have been throwing away haphazardly has already reached our underground reserves. Our only solution at this time and into the foreseeable future is massive filtration and purification.

Even oxygen levels are starting to fall what with billions of people, millions of vehicles, thousands of gas, coal and oil power plants all sucking up the available oxygen is now becoming a problem.

Anybody know how to manufacture oxygen?

Our planet cannot continue to support the tremendous number of humans that today are consuming and polluting on a scale almost beyond comprehension.

Does the government talk of this?  No.  They don't have a clue about what to do, other than to reduce the world population back down to a sustainable level, about 500 million or so, and do it soon enough to stop this disastrous process from continuing and/or growing.

However it is discussed, it is genocide on a scale unimaginable. No government on earth would dare propose such a move.

But what they are secretly planning to do - because it must be done - is a subject for another post.

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Googles Atlas Robot

Cart before the horse:

From the article: (

The Atlas robot created by Google-owned firm Boston Dynamics is a formidable figure at 6ft 2in tall and weighing in at 330lb. The robot boasts 28 hydraulically actuated joints and stereo vision, and is one of the most advanced robots ever created.
According to Boston Dynamics, Atlas is a 'high mobility, humanoid robot designed to navigate outdoor, rough terrain. "Atlas can walk bipedally leaving the upper limbs free to lift, carry,and manipulate the environment. In extremely challenging terrain, atlas is strong and coordinated enough to climb using hands and feet, to pick its way through congested spaces.
Inspired by the speed of cheetahs, the endurance of horses, the maneuverability of monkeys, and the versatility of humans, IHMC researchers are on a quest to develop legged robots that are fast, efficient and graceful.'

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Yessir. Speed, endurance, maneuverability, versatility. Who are they kidding? These things need an 1 1/2" thick power/control cable cable hanging from the ceiling to move an inch. Various news media like to refer to this "Robbie the Robot" as "terrifying", "scary", "dangerous". 

What a laugh.

They might as well say they have developed and spent all that money on an FTL (Faster-Than-Light) spaceship that would take us to Alpha Centuri in a few days or less... just as soon as they developed the warpdrive to do it.
Until they develop a power source than can be installed in these lab toys that will allow them to run for a few days(at least) without dragging a huge power cable along behind them from an accompanying semi truck with a mounted  generator and operating crew, Corporations like Google are just spending money for the fun of it.
Considering the universal aversion to things like nuclear power, the likelihood of such a power source now is zero and remote in the near future.
Asimov's positronic robots could run for centuries, but Asimov never discussed the power source needed for that, knowing that such a thing was impossible using today's technology. Asimov was far more interested in his robots brain power.
Even James Cameron. creator of the original Terminator in 1984, put development of his robot 50 years into the future.
So, these expensive and supposedly scary action dolls will not be seen on a street near you anytime soon.
Maybe in another century or so... 

Saturday, November 08, 2014

A Must Read for Us Evil Rightwingers

An article on the "Cultural Equality of Man".

It puts into clear focus the error of our ways. Go to:

I  now understand why leftists are in a continual state of rage against us right-wing  Europhallocentric colonial males, or perhaps colonoheterophalloceuric supremacists.  Both definitions may fit.

Thanks to Fred, we can now see the dawn of our own understanding.

Really, if you have anyone in your sphere of influence that accuses you of being a  Europhallocentric colonial male, or perhaps colonoheterophalloceuric supremacist, or is in a continual state of rage because of  your opinions, attitudes or beliefs, you gotta go read the post.

Time to wake up and smell the coffee.

Just so long as the coffee is a Starbucks Latte.

Friday, November 07, 2014

Same Sex Marriage Takes A hit

The 6th circuit Court of Appeals has set the gears into motion for the United States Supreme Court to take up the same-sex marriage issue. 

No more dodging the issue
From the WND article"
"A three-judge panel of the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals on Thursday stunningly affirmed the rights of voters in four states – Kentucky, Michigan, Ohio and Tennessee – to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman, throwing a boulder into the millpond of complacent assumptions by homosexual-rights advocates that same-sex marriage is a given across the United States.
Previous rulings from the high court on the issue have found that the institution is necessarily defined as the union of one man and one woman. In 1942, it said marriage is “fundamental to the very existence and survival of the race.” In 1888 it ruled, “An institution in the maintenance of which in its purity the public is deeply interested, for it is the foundation of the family and of society, without which there would be neither civilization nor progress.”
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Oh-oh, the supreme court has already ruled once on this issue.  Said they: " the institution(of marriage) is necessarily defined as the union of one man and one woman. (marriage) is the foundation of the family and of society, without which there would be neither civilization nor progress.”
The next round should be most interesting.

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Obligatory Post On Elections

New duty shift... Same Captain

OK, so the Republicans have taken over the Senate and increased their hold on the House.

Color me excited.

It reminds me of when I was in the Navy, we had duty shifts, one shift on duty, the other off. But, we were all a part of the same crew.

That's what the Democrats and Republicans are in Washington... all part of the same crew. It;s just that now the Republicans have the duty shift


Obama is still the Captain, still on the bridge, still steering the ship whichever way his fancy suits him, and he has announced to the new duty shift that we are to continue course, no changes, except to pick up a few million illegals and give them a free ride.

And us? We're down in the double bottoms worrying about the rising water.

Still Running

Thanks to the Lonely Conservative for this,

Saturday, November 01, 2014

Good Question

Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressa

WESTON, Fla. (AP) -- A retired U.S. Marine who fought in Afghanistan returned home to Florida on Saturday after spending eight months in a Mexican jail for crossing the border with loaded guns, a case that led U.S. politicians to bring intense pressure on Mexico to release him.
Family spokesman Jon Franks said the private plane carrying Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, his mother and supporters - including former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson - landed at a South Florida airport about 6 a.m.

I was watching the TV news and one of the talking heads asked what Obama had done to help get the release of this American citizen from the Mexican jail he had been held in for months.

Much mush-mouthery and double speak ensued, none of which answered the question: What did Obama do?

The answer is... he did nothing. And for certain nobody will ask WHY he did nothing.

Look at the above photo of the Sergeant.  The answer is staring you in the face.

Truth Is Stranger Than Fiction

A great  (un)American tradition, alive and well, better than ever before.