Found this one by accident on YouTube:
Found this one by accident on YouTube:
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If I were a TSA agent, I would become very familiar with certain travelers coming through the checkpoint. Obviously, this morning, they were not quite awake at the airport in Nashville, and the wrong person was “randomly” selected for a pat down screening.
That person was Rand Paul, the Republican Senator from Kentucky. As he passed through one of the TSA’s multimillion dollar body scanners, it alarmed with an anomaly on his leg. He pulled up his pant leg, and even offered to submit to being re-scanned, but the agent at the checkpoint insisted he had to receive a pat down because of the alarm.
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Under my plan of a cap-and-trade system, electricity rates would necessarily skyrocket…
– Barack Obama, January 2008
The Obama administration today insured us that oil prices will also continue to skyrocket, by blocking the approval of the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to Texas.
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We’ve probably all got that call at some point over the last few years, telling us this is our final notice to lower our interest rates on our credit cards. You promptly hit 2 to asking to be removed from the system, yet the calls keep coming.
I got one such call this morning around 10am on my cell phone. The caller ID said 303-217-1074, and not knowing if it was work related, I answered the call. Again, that familiar speech began, to which I promptly hung up the phone.
After going to great lengths to put both my home and cell numbers on the National and Texas State Do Not Call lists, it doesn’t seem to stop “Rachel”. I also try to file a report each time she calls to the government, but those reports has not really resulted in any action.
But, that’s about to change. In the days leading up to the holidays last month, the Federal Trade Commission issued a press release about taking action against “Cardholder Services” trying to stop “Rachel” once and for all.
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As we pop the cork to celebrate the new year, it’s time to reflect back on the past year, and the year to come.
2011 started off with the Republicans taking control of the House of Representatives. Unfortunately, with Campaigner-in-Chief Obama’s political grandstanding, along with the Democrat controlled Senate, gridlock was the order of business in Washington.
The U.S.A. saw the credit rating agencies downgrade the credit rating for the first time in the country’s 235 year history, meanwhile the debt continues to spiral into the stratosphere.
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Nothing says it better than Linus’ speech from “A Charlie Brown Christmas”:
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Seventy years ago today, December 7, 1941, the United States Navy was attacked by Japanese planes in an unprovoked event in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii.
The events of that day is still discussed in school history lessons to this day, and the loss of life has only been surpassed by the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States by Muslim extremists.
I have been to Pearl Harbor, and I have also been to the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific, where many of those bodies recovered were laid to rest. Let us not forget what happened that day, nor forget those whom died in that event. Through historical footage and the vivid images from my visit there, I know I never will forget.
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Ok, so I’ve been remiss in posting anything here the last few weeks. I’ve got some story ideas, and am working on them in the background.
Currently though, real world activities take a priority over cyber-space activities. I hope I can share details with you soon.
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Ten years ago today, 19 extremists did the unthinkable, attack the United States of America. On that fateful Tuesday in 2001, I recall coming into my office at 8am Central Time and seeing a bulletin on my e-mail: “Plane strikes World Trade Center”.
My first thoughts were of people that I had a business relationship with at companies like Cantor Fitzgerald before I switched jobs in 1999. I reached out to a contact at my former employer to see if he heard anything. He had not. Early information sounded like a private plane, not a commercial airliner.
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