Open Letter to America from a Canadian.
QUOTE:"Never mind that earth-friendly technology already exists to once and for all end dependence on oil, coal and nuclear energy from huge, out-of-control utilities and corporations. You would rather pay through the nose for your insecure comforts, wouldn't you America, and make others pay with their blood."END QUOTE.
Tori Amos
I wasn't able to connect to hear the song..............maybe you will be more succesful.
There's Nothing Wrong With Meat.
Oh, come on people. Drowning Pool wasn't all that talented. I auditioned for them years ago, so you see......
NASA plans to read terrorist's minds at airports.Space technology would be adapted to receive and analyze brain-wave and heartbeat patterns, then feed that data into computerized programs "to detect passengers who potentially might pose a threat," according to briefing documents obtained by The Washington Times.NASA wants to use "noninvasive neuro-electric sensors," imbedded in gates, to collect tiny electric signals that all brains and hearts transmit. Computers would apply statistical algorithms to correlate physiologic patterns with computerized data on travel routines, criminal background and credit information from "hundreds to thousands of data sources," NASA documents say.
have no intention of ever commiting a so-called "terrorist" act, but if this becomes a reality, I'm looking for alternative transport, and I think the rest of the country will feel the same way. No wonder airlines are going bankrupt. It should be blatantly obvious by now that "the terrorists have won". That includes the Bush admin, of course. It would be incredibly naive not to see a long-term Agenda going along as planned. "Create The Problem, Offer The Solution."

Winged robot learns to fly. Learning how to fly took nature millions of years of trial and error - but a winged robot has cracked it in only a few hours, using the same evolutionary principles.Krister Wolff and Peter Nordin of Chalmers University of Technology in Gothenburg, Sweden, built a winged robot and set about testing whether it could learn to fly by itself, without any pre-programmed data on what flapping is or how to do it.

Wish List Items
Hey, Wow. I just discovered that Unknown News is linked to the CP. Splendid!


The NitPicker's Site. At first I thought "eh". But then I actually enjoyed reading some of the entries. They pick apart movies and TV series like dry, cracked lips.
Surfing At Work? Don't Blame Me
IzLayEeelie Soldier Talks About Destroying Jenin. "This is a unique document. It was published in Yediot Aharonot, Israel's most widely circulated tabloid paper, on May 31, 2002. It is the first absolutely sincere (IzLayEeelie) eye-witness testimony on what actually happened in Jenin, by one of those who did it and are proud of it. Apart from the shocking revelations, this is also a startling human document. After publication--and in spite of it--the unit to which the man belongs received from the army command an official citation for outstanding service."
The Truth About George."As the cold war ended, the United States used the term "rogue nations" to describe countries willing to ignore international law, use violent means to achieve their goals or disregard human rights in and outside of their territories.
Yet the U.S. is no leader when it comes to respecting international cooperation. Since the Bush administration was installed, Washington has ignored world consensus and treaties and continuously signals the belief that international law is not for the U.S., but for everyone else.
As the following chronology shows, the Bush administration has repeatedly expressed a willingness to "go it alone," rather than engage in dialogue with other nations."
Read it, comment on it, refute it, argue in favor, something. So far, of all the political posts I have submitted, not one has been commented on. I find that quite curious.I've also discovered that grape juice will develop bacterial growth after less than 24 hours of sitting in open air. Coincidence?

I am not a dem nor repub nor green; I don't like Democrats.com, but this is an interesting article nonetheless:Did George W. Bush Evade Income Taxes on His Harken Loans?"George W. Bush's questionable activities and profits during his years as a director of Harken Energy Corp. (1986-1993) have come under a fair amount of scrutiny from the media. Mr. Bush has thus far avoided responsibility for those activities, thanks to a compromised investigation by the SEC during his father's presidency, as well as Mr. Bush's stubborn refusal to provide details of those deals. But an investigation by Democrats.com has uncovered the possibility that one Harken transaction - the cancellation of an estimated $230,375 in debt in 1993 - may have been structured to help Mr. Bush evade income taxes. Democrats.com therefore calls upon Mr. Bush to release his tax returns for 1993 and 1994, and to provide the other documents required to fully understand this shady deal."

Does anybody read the political posts I provide?

Your Armageddon's day is Dec 23 2042


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Well, Almost...
Disposa-Tainment Part II
Oh, PleaseWhat's the difference between this and this? The former provides links to American Idol-inspired sites like Television Without Pity and American Idolatry,which ironically asks "Why God, Why?" Two weblogs that both condemn and celebrate the Fox Phenom in a single breath. Nevertheless, I, too, got sucked into the competition and follow it like the sheep that I am, so it's interesting reading. The latter, well,it has nothing to do with AmerId. He's just an angry fundie full of bloodlust, and his site provides more irony and contradiction than I wish to relate here. Don't bother, I say. If anything of interest shows up there, I'll let you know.I make the comparison because their websites look precisely the same. Back to the show.
AmerIdol Links.
Reality News Online.
'American Idol,'
so needlessly cruel.
"Fox's star search show is a romp in humiliation." Indeed. But Americans seem to thrive on humiliation right now, as if it fills the void left by the sudden humiliation leveled upon them on 9/11.
Revenge is a tasty dish, even to those who don't neccessarily deserve it.
'American Idol': 'American' cheese
Justin wins, but was Angela robbed?
You realize I do this because the show is wildly popular wordlwide, and it couldn't hurt my hits in the Googling. Look, a fucking Webring. The list goes on ad nauseum, but that's where I draw the line.I confess to not actually reading much contained within these links, other than to pinch the pic of cutie-but-no-talent Nikki McKibbin. Really. Empty Bottle puts it so well.......


Vandalism In The sky. What HAARP is really up to.
"Unhindered by the restraints of traditional liberal values, this elite would not hesitate to achieve its political ends by using the latest modern techniques for influencing public behavior and keeping society under close surveillance and control. Technical and scientific momentum would then feed on the situation it exploits."
Ninjai Great story. I love Ninjai's voice.
Let the body hit the....okay, yeah. Too predictable.Rock singer found dead on tour bus
Now this is a good idea: Who's Foot? (Psst. I got them all correct.)
Donahue senses something sinister in Afghan war.Donahue featured an interview with Jean Charles Brisard, author of "Forbidden Truth," a contentious book published in France in November and released in the United States two weeks ago.It promotes the idea that the Bush administration protected its "big oil" interests at all cost, maintaining secret diplomatic links with both Saudi Arabia and the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, which ultimately caused the September 11 attacks.
"All the dots connect to Saudi Arabia," Mr. Donahue told the author. "And those dots include George Bush, senior Bush, as well as al Qaeda and the U.S. government itself."
The Bush family, Mr. Donahue continued, "had an interest in seeing the construction of this pipeline through Afghanistan continued or moved forward, and that, you're suggesting, slowed us up and reduced our enthusiasm for going after al Qaeda and terrorism."

I agree that all dots connect to Saudi Arabia and The Bush Admin. Again, comments are more than welcome.
It Just Keeps Getting Better
Bush anti-corruption chief accused of account fraud.President Bush's efforts to clean up corporate America were dealt an embarrassing blow last night when the man charged with leading his new anti-corruption task force was sued for alleged fraud.
Larry Thompson, who is also deputy attorney general, was accused of dubious accounting practices and insider trading while on the board of Providian, a credit card issuer that also operates in Britain.

Who Are You?
Who Is Trying To Hack Me, And Why??
Burning Bush
Firefighters Vote to Boycott Bush Sept. 11 Tribute.
"The president has merely been using firefighters and their families for one big photo opportunity," Mohler(IAFF spokesperson) said. "We will work actively to not grant him another photo op with us.
Don't lionize our fallen brothers in one breath, and then stab us in the back by eliminating funding for our members to fight terrorism and stay safe," Schaitberger said. "President Bush, you are either with us or against us. You can't have it both ways."
Update:Related:Veterans Fault Bush on Medical Care.The top official of the American Legion, which represents nearly 3 million wartime veterans, said Wednesday that President Bush let down all men and women who served in the Armed Forces when he canceled funds for their medical care. Bush announced Wednesday that he would not release a $5.1 billion bundle in emergency spending because Congress, attaching an all-or-nothing condition, lumped in millions of dollars in programs that Bush did not request and that were unrelated to the bill's homeland security mission.
Included in the package that Bush rejected was $275 million for the Department of Veterans Affairs to reduce backlogs at the nation's VA medical centers.
I'd really like to hear thoughts on this!

"You shouldn't give away pie with breakfast. It makes you look cheap". Alec Baldwin
An excellent Interview With Dr.Clifford Pickover.who is described there as "a ubiquitous soul with his cosmic finger in so many pi's that it is not an entirely simple task to get a handle on the man's mental circumference". I know the feeling. I once spent an entire day at his website, which was not nearly enough time to appreciate the massive amounts of information contained therein. Found at abuddha's memes, a weblog cerebral enough that I sometimes must struggle to comprehend what the author writes about, by no means unenjoyable.It is to Esoterica what The Hauser Report is to politics (and now I've bared my intellectual deficit for all to see), and neither site would find CP worthy of a linkback, as the waters here do not run deep enough to provide a viable environment for the bigger, meatier fish. Our aquarium may contain some colorful species, but adequate subsistence is negligable. Take, for example, this pathetic attempt at sounding perspicacious by using multi-syllabic-symbolic-letter-clusters and a rather frail metaphor.......
RandomBlog Find:A=A
Programming Note:We have outgrown Blogger's capabilities (they keep dropping our archives) and will be looking for new real estate soon. Updates and a forwarding addy when complete.


Humiliation greets visitor at airport. "Upon landing at Los Angeles International Airport at 11 a.m on July 24, Anderson -- a former flight attendant who had flown in and out of U.S. airports hundreds of times -- was questioned and arrested by federal immigration agents.
She was separated from her husband and escorted to a room where a female agent wearing rubber gloves searched underneath her bra and underwear. Nothing was found.
Anderson, 51, was held for 12 hours at the airport before she was taken away in handcuffs to a detention center where she remained for an additional 21 hours until the next flight back to New Zealand.
The charge? In 1998 -- three U.S. visits ago -- she overstayed her visa by eight days."
Welcome To the Brand New Amerika, One Nation, Under Guard.
Augenblick Studios
Guess Who This Is.
(It may be obvious to you, but it wasn't to me.)
This is Waay Cool.
How appropriate it was found at Coolio's.
Also found there:PuppetTool.
and a fun Racing Game that Priestley should consider before getting behind the wheel of a real race car.
Mutated Gene Source of Language, Study Says. A mounting body of research suggests that the mutant gene conferred on human ancestors a finer degree of control over muscles of the mouth and throat, possibly giving those ancestors a rich new palette of sounds that could serve as the foundation of language.

Interesting Article:Global warmth for U.S. after 9/11 turns to frost. Quote "What happened, many Americans are wondering, to that wave of sympathy and stockpile of global goodwill they encountered after Sept. 11? 'It was squandered,' says Meghnad Desai (UK).'America dissipated the goodwill out of its arrogance and incompetence. A lot of people who would never ever have considered themselves anti-American are now very distressed with the United States.'" Issues of contention:President Bush's refusal last year to support the international treaty on global warming,support for steel tariffs and farm subsidies, his refusal to involve the United States in the new international criminal court, one-sided support for Israel and its prime minister, Ariel Sharon, the rash of corporate malfeasance, blanket arrests of terrorism suspects after Sept. 11,a foreign policy based on unilateralism and coercion, etc etc. "Europeans have 'come to view the United States simply as a rogue colossus, in many respects a bigger threat to (their) pacific ideals than Iraq or Iran.
'Why do people attack Americans?' asks Tiny Waslandek, a social worker in Amsterdam, Netherlands. 'Because they have a big, big mouth and they mind everybody's business.'" (Is his name really "Tiny" or is that a typo?)

My problem with all this: Americans just don't care how the rest of the world feels about them.
This is a great pic of Old Faithful.
While I'm here, a funny sounding word I keep hearing today: IzLayEeelie
And a dream I had last night that rhymes: Water Gun Fight With Hermaphrodites
Photo of Frida
Via AbN. The resemblance is rather uncanny.
America: permission? we don't need no stinking permission to invade. "The major novelty is the fact that Washington is seriously considering conducting special operations on the territory of other countries without notifying the governments the respective countries. They have been talking about this in the USA for a while, and they are gradually coming to conclusion that such operations are legal and requisite, as the struggle with terrorists is unlimited.
Everything is more or less clear with Somalia: the central government of the country controls a couple of quarters in the capital, so there is no one to ask and no need for permission. However, the situation with other countries is totally different. It is hard to imagine that Libya or Iran, for example, will simply grant entry to American commandos to invade their countries."


From the M&C

Fun game. Too bad there aren't more levels.
Look what Vinny found on an In-&-Out wrapper:insignificant thoughts - Godly Burgers
Interesting: Salman Pak: Iraq's Smoking Gun Link to 9-11? 'We were training these people to attack installations important to the United States. The Gulf War never ended for Saddam Hussein. He is at war with the United States. We were repeatedly told this.' Though the Bush administration has been largely silent about Salman Pak, former CIA Director James Woolsey is apparently convinced it was used to rehearse Sept. 11-style hijackings."
This is the type of information the American public needs when weighing the decision about whether to support an attack on Iraq. But why isn't the White House using this information to rally support from it's allies?
There must be more to the story than is contained in this article.
(Note: the article came from NewsMax, and I haven't seen it corroborated elsewhere yet. I did find this, however, after posting this link:NewsMax By the Numbers~ Would you buy stock in this company? Should anyone? Quote:"'Our ability to compete depends on many factors, including the originality, timeliness, comprehensivemess and trustworthiness of our content ...' Let's see. Running Judicial Watch press releases as NewsMax articles fails on originality, and its heavy bias in telling stories with a conservatives-good, liberals-bad slant knocks them out in the comprehensiveness and trustworthiness department."
Not to mention that I have been aware for awhile that NewsMax is UltraChristianFundie, so generally do no read or link to it's articles.)

Just a little creeepy.
From The Tarsus To The Skull
White LaceGetting quite a few unique visits lately, as well as an upsurge of reciprocal visits from linked sites (some of which we visit daily,pinch links from, comment on, and credit for the source), but no one is linking back to us. Wonder what we're doing wrong.....to those few of you who are linking to us, perhaps you could shed some light. We want to provide foot comfort and appeal for everyone everywhere, so we need all the help we can get. Is it my particular political opinions? Sometimes I think so, but am I to say nothing at all? I guess it's something I will need to seriously consider.........

Niqkita says "I love these simple lace anklets. Everyone should have a pair, I even think men might enjoy them, it?s just lace after all, no ruffles or bows, just good yummie lace."
I concur wholeheartedly. I like to wear long skirts on occasion too, as they are very comfortable, especially in hot weather.
Yummy asks "Apart from feet, what are your other fetishes?"
I'm not even sure if my attraction to feet qualifies as a true fetish, at least by the dictionary's definition. I am not into most types of "footplay" such as trampling or dirty feet or actual contact of feet with, uh, other parts of the anatomy (though I do like to look at them during certain, uh, acts.) Feet look beautiful in socks, stockings, and certain types of shoes (as well as just plain bare), but to me, they are just another aspect of the entire package, such as legs, shoulders, eyes, lips, hands, bellies, etc. I am not a breast or butt man, does that make me weird? There was a time when I guess I could have been considered somewhat obsessed with the beauty of feet, but now I am so acclimated to seeing beautiful feet and toes thanks to Niqkita, I consider it a normal attraction, as opposed to "an abnormally obsessive preoccupation or attachment".
I can't really think of anything else about my tastes that would be considered a real "fetish".
But then, it's difficult to look outside oneself to form an unbiased opinion about what might be considered "unreasonably excessive attention or reverence".
image: beerBeer may be good for you.After more than 20 years of research and scores of studies on the effects of moderate alcohol consumption on health, beer is slowly bubbling to the top as a beverage that not only lifts spirits but delivers protection against major ailments such as heart attacks, stroke, hypertension, diabetes and dementia.
bushface.gift r u t h o u t | Bush the Idiot or Bush the Fiend. "When Bush had the warnings, he did nothing, and America lost thousands of civilians. Now, with no warnings nor threats, he prepares for a battle that will slaughter tens of thousands more civilians. This is the paradox.
trif-1.jpgThere are two possibilities. Either George W. Bush is the dumbest, most incompetent, most utterly harebrained human ever to sit in the Oval Office, or he is some dazzling breed of Uberman fiend bent upon dominion over the earth. Either he's a total dimwitted dunderhead who cannot understand a threat when it is wagged in his face, or he is an evil genius who allowed the 9/11 attacks to take place so as to enhance his political power, and now plans to attack Iraq to further entrench that power.
We crossed that bridge to the 21st century and found a troll living beneath it. It is named George W. Bush, and it is either dumber than a bag of doorknobs, or more fiendishly clever than any comic book supervillain. Neither option is terribly palatable."
Related:Strike against Iraq counters U.S. values. We cannot justify aggression based on fears and uncertain threats.
GAME:Operation Enduring Pipeline.

I wonder if Nick isn't just a little creeped out that his new wife once exchanged saliva with a circus-freak pedophile.(Link goes to Bartcop, I just like this pic of her.)
Via Aberrant News: At least seven dead in reported UFO attacks in India.Indian villagers claim they are being attacked by flying spheres which emit red and blue lights.Doctors say such stories are nothing but mass hysteria while police say insects might be responsible."It is a nine centimetre long winged insect that leaves rashes and superficial wounds," Supt Kavindra Singh told the Press Trust of India.
Okay, well, what is the name of the insect? Has this type of insect attack happened before in India?
Is it just the body that is 9c or is wingspan included? I need to know more about that insect. Very strange things go on in India these days.
Also from AbN,Eyeballing.

For soldiers in the "War On Drugs", the DEA Website is an excellent resource for learning how to grow. cultivate, and process opium. Unfortunately, methods of destruction are not provided. 8^)
KEO:What Will Your Message Be?
While I'm at it, which is easier; happiness or anger?


cooking with monkey - let's make snacks!
Via Blort.
CNN.com - 'Asian Brown Cloud' poses global threat.HONG KONG, China -- A dense blanket of pollution, dubbed the "Asian Brown Cloud," is hovering over South Asia, with scientists warning it could kill millions of people in the region, and pose a global threat.
Fucking Humanity.
ulrichpricksuck.gifI never liked Metallica..always considered them a joke. I'd like to verify this quote, but so far haven't been able to :"It's about time we jailed these illegal fans of ours," said Lars Ulrich. "They've listened to their last bootleg. Knowing that kids will do time in prison is like having Christmas in August. It's the best thing that's ever happened to me..."
Ashcroft Asked to Target Online Song Swappers. Like he doesn't have more important concerns. Ulrich is a stupid greedy little troll that needs to be stomped, and I would do it if I had the chance. Same with that circus clown Durst of the Bizkit. I'm glad his guitarist quit, and refused to rejoin after Durst begged him to come back.Only talented musician in the lot, IMO.

pretend you care for a moment.
"The spectacle of President Bush groveling to Saudi bigots is a disgrace. The Saudis sponsor terror, export hatred, undercut American interests and kill Americans. They are our enemies. Period. History will marvel at this administration's insistence that they remain our friends.
After Sept. 11, Bush took an impressive stand against global terrorism, although his resolve has grown wobbly in recent months - especially in the Middle East. But his administration consistently turned a blind eye to Saudi culpability. Our president speaks of an "axis of evil," but ignores the nexus of evil in Riyadh.
The sad explanation seems to be that this oilman's administration cannot see beyond the lure of oil deals, past cozy historical relationships between American dynasties and the Saudi dynasty, or past the traditional wisdom that has served to protect only degenerate Saudi princes, not the American people."

A~Z. A more complete list could not exist.
Does the Universe Exist if We're Not Looking? Eminent physicist John Wheeler says he has only enough time left to work on one idea: that human consciousness shapes not only the present but the past as well.
SCientific American: How to Build a Time Machine


Via Everlasting Blort.
S:Frangi Pani, canned spinach, carrion from the African Plains, hint of bongwater
T:lima beans, watermelon Starburst,warm raisins, Corona with Lime

See also:Christopher Walken's TNT shrimp appetizer.
You know, I could easily turn this car around and remove the comments option............
The Chickenhawk Database"A chickenhawk is a term often applied to public persons - generally male - who (1) tend to advocate, or are fervent supporters of those who advocate, military solutions to political problems, and who have personally (2) declined to take advantage of a significant opportunity to serve in uniform during wartime."
Pretty concise list. Did you know that Cheney is only 5 years older that Bush Jr? That doesn't account for maturity, however.

NASA Employed Photo Artists To Airbrush Out Apollo Anomalies.A former NASA employee has revealed how NASA managed to cover up and erase anomalies such as UFOs from satellite photos.
Think Like A Bush; Lie Coordination Bureau NeededU.S. wants jurisdiction to police world's seas "Moving to widen its hunt for terrorists and cut off their weapons routes at sea, the Bush administration is negotiating agreements with dozens of nations for new powers to police the world's waters, defense officials said.(The plan) envisions giving U.S. forces rights to chase down and board vessels not only in international waters but in another nation's sovereign waters in some circumstances ? such as when pursuing ships believed to be carrying al-Qaida or other terrorists whose organizations have global reach."
Chasing down terrorists is Good. Becoming the world's police is Very Bad. More reason to believe "the war on terror" is a set-up to gain control over the resources of certain nations. If you think about it, rather clever ploy. Use the excuse of "terror" to attack nations we don't like but need oil from. Iraq first, Saudi Arabia next, and so on. While I agree that it's important to protect our nation, without empirical proof of wrongdoing, overt or covert, of a particular nation, such as we do have in the case of Saudi Arabia but not in the case of Iraq, and without worldwide support we are nothing more than the bullies we profess to protect ourselves against.
Saddam may be "evil". but he's not stupid. He knows better than to threaten any country with unprovoked violence, as the repercussions to himself and his nation would be catastrophic.Remember, Bush Sr gave Saddam the go-ahead to do with Kuwait what he would, until there was worldwide public outrage and he had no choice but to reverse that stance.. And now the US turns a deaf ear to anything Iraq has to say on the subject. The decision has already been made, and nothing anyone says or does will change the inevitable.
While I'm at it, here's an unrelated FYI:
Atheists are Discriminated Against in Seven State Constitutions.
Via Aberrant News.
S:bluefield gilia,molucca spice,nutmeg, autumn rainshower
T: tomatoes and greens, cinnamon Red Hots,pina colada
Hot Monkey Sex

Here at Chapel Perilous Headquarters, we take content requests (when we get them) seriously, even if the request itself is only half-serious. It should be noted that we only just learned that the term "hot monkey sex" is metaphorical, not literal. We need to get out more. At any rate, by fulfilling this request, we have satisfied many a Google Disturbing Search Request that we hope doesn't come back to haunt us. We should probably also seek counselling for Multiple Personality Disorder, or at the very least, come to terms with the fact that "we" is really only just "me".

Have Modesty!A certain zoo had acquired a very rare species of gorilla. Within a few weeks the gorilla, a female, became very hornery, and difficult to handle. Upon examination, the zoo veterinarian determined the problem: she was in heat. What to do? There was no male of this species available.
While reflecting on their problem, the zoo administrators noticed Mike, an employee responsible for cleaning the animals' cages. Now Mike, it was rumored, possessed ample ability to satisfy any female, and he wasn't very bright. So the zoo administrators thought they might have a solution. Perhaps they could entice Mike to satisfy the female gorilla. So he was approached with a proposition: would he be willing to screw the gorilla--for five hundred bucks? Mike replied that he might be interested, but would have to think the matter over.
The following day, Mike announced that he would accept their offer, but only under three conditions:
"First," he said, "I don't want to have to kiss her," and "Second, I want nothing to do with any offspring that may result from this union."
The zoo administration quickly acceded to these conditions, but what could be the third?
"Well," said Mike, "You've gotta give me another week to come up with the five hundred bucks."
When in Bali, do as the monkeys do.
The real story behind the movie "12 Monkeys"
Chimp/Human Communication Institute
ChimpCams 123
Leroy's "Wild Monkey Love" is a Sewanee favorite--a super sweet hot or cold drink made with shots of almond roca and creme de cacao torani flavors, espresso, chocolate syrup and steamed milk
Spank The Monkey
Monkey Madness Game
3 Monkeys Game
Swing The Monkey (a physics experiment)
Shoot The Monkeys
Repost:Monkey Cliff Diving and Super Monkey Ball
Somewhere in our archives is a fun game where you are a monkey at a zoo and get to fling poo at visitors. We don't have time to look for it, as we already spent too much time compiling this post. We'd like to thank Kitty Kat for the request, even though we are pretty sure it wasn't a serious one. But we learned alot about monkeylove, so it was worth it!
S: tea blossom, french vanilla and hazelnut, salmonberry, northern goldenrod
T: spanish peanuts, black hawthorne fruit, cherry tootsie pop, taco salad

"Echelon is perhaps the most powerful intelligence gathering organization in the world. Several credible reports suggest that this global electronic communications surveillance system presents an extreme threat to the privacy of people all over the world. According to these reports, ECHELON attempts to capture staggering volumes of satellite, microwave, cellular and fiber-optic traffic, including communications to and from North America. This vast quantity of voice and data communications are then processed through sophisticated filtering technologies.
This massive surveillance system apparently operates with little oversight. Moreover, the agencies that purportedly run ECHELON have provided few details as to the legal guidelines for the project. Because of this, there is no way of knowing if ECHELON is being used illegally to spy on private citizens."

Via chockfullofhate.
S:campfire smoke, automotive grease, bandaids
T: house bourbon and 7, cheese whiz, cocoa pebbles

S: carnival cotton candy, aerosol hair spray, wet grass, fliterless cigarettes
T: bosco (of course) KFC coleslaw, Night Train/Grape juice, sunflower seed shells
My brother just sent this to me...
now I might have to send him one of these...
Who's annoying me? E-greetings