Saturday, 31 January 2015
This is some interfaith cooperation, or something.
Here: "A Muslim allowed a topless Jew to sit on his camel. And we say we can't live side by side?...'"
From Donald Douglas at 20:38
How worry, hatred and The New York Times can help you achieve the hard task of getting, and staying, miserable during this magnificent era of opportunity
From Theo Spark at 19:00
From Theo Spark at 17:00
Liz Kaszynski is one of 10 aerial photographers at Lockheed Martin who are trained and certified to take pictures while flying in the backseat of fighter jets. Liz is also our sole female aerial photographer for the F-35. Get an inside look at what it takes to capture photos of the world’s most advanced jets
H/T Old Dude
From Theo Spark at 16:30
The Middle East - Telling Fact from Twaddle
The Final Solution: a Nuclear Iran
Sen. Cruz fires off letter to SecState Kerry demanding info on political campaign against Netanyahu by administration-funded organizations
Seattle Food Police Swing Into Action
Light snowpack doesn't bode well for parched West
Wall St. intern turned pornstar gets six-figures for debut
George Zimmerman's Ex Recants Assault Story
Verizon Will Let Customers Sidestep Its Privacy-Killing 'Perma-Cookie'
The secret Hollywood procedure that has fooled us for years
Pakistan: Between Civility and Fanaticism
Confronting European Anti-Semitism
Charlotte McKinney on that racy Super Bowl spot
If you’re going to be naked and tied up on a film set…
Why wasn't President George W. Bush impeached? Ask USA TODAY
Obama’s Peter Pan Economics
One in five children is on food stamps, more than before the recession
Mind the Gap
Iran is a Real Threat
Romney is out but more Importantly so is the U.S. Economy
The 100 Year Helicopter: Sign Of Army Helo Fleet’s Vulnerability
Nigeria buys black market weapons to fight Boko Haram
Theories over death of Alberto Nisman stir dark memories in Argentina
China's Navy to Send More Ships to the Indian Ocean
US Air strike kills Isil 'chemical weapons expert'
The letters NHS stand for a litany of blame, waste and pessimism
Vladimir Putin enemy 'outs' president's mystery daughter
French claim Islamic terrorists do not eat baguettes
Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan: I want to be like Queen of UK
Islamic State launches assault on Iraq's oil-rich northern city of Kirkuk
Ghost Ships: Turkey Becomes Springboard for Syrians Heading to Europe
Merkel's Unintended Creation: Could Tsipras' Win Upset Balance of Power in Europe?
Massive blaze devastates Russian library housing unique documents, ancient texts
Nasrallah to Israel: Face war or accept “the mix of Lebanese and Iranian blood on Syrian soil in Quneitra”
FOUND! Obama’s boots on the ground in Israel, Canada and Egypt
Obama’s team in Israel to defeat Netanyahu
Deflated balls are a problem for both the NFL and the GOP
From Theo Spark at 13:00
C. Taking the pigskin bus to tuna town.
2. You should make love to a woman for the first time only after you've both shared:
A. Your views about what you expect from a sexual relationship.
B. Your blood-test results.
C. Five tequila slammers.
3. You always time your orgasm so that:
B. You both climax simultaneously.
C. You don't miss ESPN Sports Center.
4. Passionate, spontaneous sex on the kitchen floor is:
B. Not the sort of thing your wife/girlfriend would agree to.
C. Not the sort of thing your wife/girlfriend needs to ever find out about.
5. Spending the whole night cuddling a woman you've just had sex with is:
B. The second best part of the experience.
C. $100 extra.
6. Your wife/girlfriend says she's gained five pounds in the last month. You tell her that it is:
B. Not a problem, she can join your gym.
C. A conservative estimate.
7. You think today's sensitive, caring man is:
B. An oxymoron.
C. A moron.
8. Foreplay is to sex as:
B. Primer is to paint.
C. A long line is to an amusement park ride.
9. A woman who is uncomfortable watching you masturbate:
B. Is uptight and a waste of time.
C. Shouldn't have sat next to you on the bus in the first place.
If you answered A more than 7 times, check inside your pants to make sure you really ARE a man.
If you answered B more than 7 times, check into therapy. You're a little confused.
If you answered C more than 7 times, YOU DA MAN!
From Theo Spark at 12:02
From Theo Spark at 01:00
It's hardly an understatement these days to say that the halftime show is almost as important as the football game itself.
And for stars, there's literally no bigger media platform. You're performing for the largest media audience in the world --- over 100,000 million viewers in recent Super Bowl broadcasts.
And if Ms. Perry's press conference is any clue, she's going to smoke her performance on Sunday. That dress she's wearing, with her hot legs and pumps, is worth the ticket alone.
WATCH: "VIDEO: Katy Perry Super Bowl Press Conference."
From Donald Douglas at 00:14
Friday, 30 January 2015
Why Is Hamas Smiling?
Iran — Unafraid and Undeterred by Caroline Glick
US Suspects Prisoner Traded for Bergdahl Has Returned to Fight
White House Counsel John Podesta may have violated ethics rules
Don't Rush to Confirm Lynch
How Being a 'Lark' or 'Owl' Affects Performance
Has Apple won the smartphone war?
CUNY Teachers Can't Call Students 'Mr' or 'Ms'
Toilet Paper Is Getting Smaller
The Scandals at Justice
Fake cop pulls over real cop
Oregon State student accused of making adult film in library
CDC: Measles Outbreak Has Overseas Source
Has President Obama Launched a Political Campaign Against Prime Minister Netanyahu?
President Obama and 'Naked, Blind Anti-Semitism'
From Theo Spark at 23:50
Just in from Daniel Mael, the stand up senior at Brandeis who set the wheels in motion. Just conjecture, but maybe some wealthy donors decided Lawrence pushed Brandeis too far to the loony Left.
After careful consideration, and in close consultation with the Board of Trustees, I have decided to step down as President at the end of this, my fifth academic year. For the time being, I am looking forward to returning to full-time scholarship and teaching as a senior research scholar at Yale Law School.
I am tremendously proud of the ways Brandeis has grown and thrived during my time as president. Applications have surged to an all-time high, our endowment has grown to its highest point ever, and we have made significant progress in balancing the University’s budget. Together we were able to raise $225 million during my tenure, providing critical support for financial aid and scholarships. We re-opened and re-energized the Rose Art Museum, rebuilding its board, mounting critically acclaimed exhibitions and changing our campus landscape with the "Light of Reason" sculpture.
Addressing the critical issue of affordability of higher education, and conscious of our social justice mission, I was privileged to secure the viability of our Transitional Year Program with the naming gift in memory of Myra Kraft, and to increase scholarships and fellowships. We have also been able to recruit our top choice faculty, attracting to our ranks people of extraordinary ability as teachers and scholars. We improved our campus, and revitalized our buildings and grounds.
As a community, we stood together during times of celebration, tragedy, triumphs, and challenges — but always striving for a climate of respect for each other, and our hopes to make the world a better, more just place. I am particularly proud of programs like 'Deis Impact, b-VIEW (Brandeis Visions of Israel in an Evolving World), and Brandeis Bridges that have been a source of dialogue on our campus, and models for discourse on campuses around the world.
I want to thank the Brandeis Board of Trustees for the opportunity to lead this strong, vital and dynamic institution and serve alongside so many extraordinary students, faculty, alumni, staff, parents and friends of the University. Every day our community exemplifies Brandeis’ legacy of social justice and repairing the world. Teaching the students who make Brandeis what it is has been a treasured opportunity. Living near campus allowed us to spend meaningful time with so many members of the Brandeis family. We will never forget those dinners and receptions in our home.
I am very glad that the Board has appointed Lisa Lynch, provost and the former Dean for the Heller School, as interim president while a search is conducted, and I have great confidence in her ability to continue the strong trajectory that we have set for Brandeis.
This is a special place, and one that has left an indelible mark on Kathy and me. We look forward to thanking many of you personally in the coming months for your support and to celebrating the achievements and successes of our time at Brandeis. My door remains open to you, and always will be.
President and Professor of Politics
From Theo Spark at 23:41
From Theo Spark at 23:38
From Theo Spark at 23:35
From Theo Spark at 23:34
Man, right there in public!
What a crazy hot babe!
Here: "Kendra Sunderland, Former Oregon State University Student, Arrested After Making Porn Video in Campus Library."
No doubt she has some public exhibitionist streak.
And it wasn't just breasts. She was bending over booty-time for the camera too. Holy cow!
Check it at the link.
From Donald Douglas at 23:30
Hear why Zo is so upset about Michael Moore's recent comments about "American Sniper" and the U.S. military
From Theo Spark at 23:30
Al Sharpton has declared an emergency meeting of his Diversity Panel since all of this year's Best Actor / Actress and Best Supporting Actor / Actress nominees are white. In his latest Firewall, Bill Whittle shows the history of this Racial Racket Ball, leading back to its inventor, Jesse Jackson. It's a long, long way from these racial grievance hustlers to the subject of SELMA.
From Theo Spark at 23:26
Welcome to the Marine Corps' web update, "The Corps Report." Tune in every payday for the latest gouge.
Commandant releases planning guidance, Sgt. Maj. Ronald L. Green selected as new Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps, and an update
From Theo Spark at 23:25
From Michael Haltman at 20:41
From James P Willis at 15:23
Pair of Ice Climbers Are First to Ascend Frozen Niagara Falls
Alabama Chief Justice Urges Defiance of Federal Tyranny
6 things I learned from riding in a Google Self-Driving Car
Islamic State seeks legitimacy in prisoner swap
Gunman kills 3 U.S. contractors in Afghanistan
Nominee for Attorney General Thinks Illegals Have Right to Work
After Crying “Conspiracy Theory,” CNN Touts North American Union
Russia Says It Will Not Allow Other Countries To Gain 'Military Superiority' Over Russia
Spain's Surging Growth Figures Make It Europe's Star Performer
The Imaginary Islamic Radical
From Theo Spark at 13:00
From Michael Haltman at 11:30
From Theo Spark at 09:25
Insects like honeybees play a critical role in pollinating about a third of the crops that make their way to our dinner table. But honeybees and other pollinating insects are coming under attack. We’ll explore the latest research and other efforts to bring bees back to health.
From Theo Spark at 09:18
The Mayor Who Slandered the Police
Code Pink Tries to Arrest 91-Year-Old Kissinger for 'War Crimes,' Get Smacked Down by 94-Year-Old George Shultz
Gunman kills 3 American contractors in Afghanistan
'Good, Absurd' News for Woman Jailed Over Warning Shot
Obama's Israel Problem
Obama Squirms to Dodge the Truth
A glass of red wine is the equivalent to an hour at the gym, says new study
Obama Slams the Door on Congress
Loretta Lynch Belonged to Jew-Hating, Pro-Terrorist Harvard Group
Senate advances Keystone pipeline despite veto threat
Jeb Bush hires former top Romney aide
New study reveals 10 cars most likely to kill you
Google’s surprising problem is out
From Theo Spark at 00:19
From Theo Spark at 00:09
From Theo Spark at 00:06
From writer/director Andrew Klavan... In a world gone crazy, in a world gone mad, a strange new horde of mindless leftist zombies lurk in the shadows. These unthinking undead claim to support your fundamental freedom to think, say, believe and report any damn thing you think, say, believe and report, BUT!!!!
From Theo Spark at 00:00
Thursday, 29 January 2015
Biggest Breasts in the Business! Joey Fisher and Stacey Poole Together at Last in Sizzling Naughty Bedroom Scene
Two pairs of ginormous tits.
Here: "Babes in Bed: Joey Fisher and Stacey Poole Together at Last!"
From Donald Douglas at 23:07
Why Netanyahu, The Churchill Of Our Time, Must Speak Before Congress
Netanyahu, Haunted By Jabotinsky's Nightmare
Can Israel Survive? by VDH
Homeland Security Adviser Mohamed Elibiary Goes on Hate-Filled Anti-Christian Rant, Attacks Jindal as ‘Bottom Feeder’
Obama’s Promised Civilian Police Force: It’s Happening
Woman turns 40, marries herself
Hillary Clinton said to consider delay of 2016 campaign announcement
Obama to call for end of sequestration
NASA: Citizen scientists actually did find ‘mystery objects’ in space
Malaysia declares Flight 370 disappearance an 'accident'
Obama Squirms to Dodge the Truth
US chooses new airplane for Air Force One fleet
What moviegoers in Baghdad think of 'American Sniper'
From Theo Spark at 21:05
From Theo Spark at 20:00
There is something about the acting profession that not only drives out any common sense that they may have been born with but it also allows them to live their lives completely devoid of reality.
The latest in a long line of entertainers to provide unarguable evidence that they live on a different planet to the rest of us is award winning actress Emma Thompson. She joined a group of celebrities, which included Sting, Downton Abbey's Michelle Dockery and others, in sending an open letter to British Prime Minister David Cameron condemning the government's resettlement program for Syrian refugees as inadequate.
These celebrities state in their letter that the are 'ashamed' of the British government's failure to relocate more Syrian refugees to Great Britain. There is no indication in their letter of how many they want to resettle but the fact that fifty percent of all Syrians have been displaced as a result of the ongoing civil war is an indication of the enormity of the problem.
Why these celebrities have chosen Syria in particular and not one of the scores of other civil wars around the world that are displacing millions of people requires an explanation.
What have the displaced citizens of Nigeria, Sudan, Somalia, Libya, Yemen, Kashmir and other war ravaged countries done to deserve being overlooked by Ms. Thompson and her friends?
Emma Thompson's abilities as an actress are beyond question, her abilities as a political analyst however are somewhat lacking.
A supporter of the Labour Party and socialism, she claims that Great Britain is a rich country which should be doing more to alleviate the suffering of the Syrians. This is an easy position to take from the vantage point of affluent West Hamptstead, one of the most exclusive parts of London, and an estimated $45 million fortune, but not so for millions of her fellow citizens who are mired in poverty.
Far from being a rich country, the British economy was bankrupted by the last Labour government under the stewardship of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. The various governments to date have accumulated over one trillion in debt and are still borrowing close to one hundred billion per year.
In addition to this economic disaster, there is a shortage of housing, school places and jobs; social and physical infrastructure are collapsing under the weight of an unprecedented increase in population.
Millions of her fellow citizens are in fuel and financial poverty with the use of food banks at an all time high. The NHS has failed and is no longer fit for purpose. In addition, crime and ethnic conflict are spiraling out of control. All this is a result of her Labour Party's socialist policies together with the imposition of 'multi-culturalism' using open border mass immigration.
It is incumbent upon Emma Thompson and the rest of the multi-millionaire celebrities to enlighten the British people as to where these refugees are going to live and their children go to school?
It would also be nice to know how they are going to be financed in the future when Great Britain itself is starting to resemble that part of the world from whence they would come.
There are a number of false assumptions and inconsistencies in their letter that need to be highlighted:
The Prime Minister "is in a position to offer some of the most vulnerable people in the world safety in Great Britain". No he isn't, it's not exclusively his country to do has he wishes. As stated previously, the country is broke with no jobs, no houses etc. and the British people have had enough of immigration, they would not consent if, in the unlikely event, they were asked.
"This issue isn't about migration statistics or party politics, its about people. Its about the values that we in Britain hold dear; compassion and humanity".
When she and her cohorts use "we in Britain" they are creating the illusion that we are all in it together, suffering the governments austerity program and drop in living standards in equal measure. This is a PR device that rich celebrities regularly employ to convey a proletarian image.
The fact is that for this group of wealthy elites nothing has changed, they still live the affluent lifestyle that their fellow citizens can only dream about. They can shuttle between their multiple homes and holiday resorts without the lack of money being prohibitive.
If Ms Thompson, Sting and the rest were serious about "compassion and humanity" being a value that they hold dear, then maybe they would consider financing some refugees out of their personal fortunes and accommodating some in their multiple residences.
As far as being 'ashamed' of the British people's failure over Syrian refugees, Ms Thompson and her friends should take note and acknowledge the hundreds of thousands of Somali's, Pakistanis, Nigerians, Yemenis, Afghans, Iraqis, Eritreans, etc ad nauseam who have been been given sanctuary in Great Britain.
This doesn't include the millions of economic migrants from the poorest parts of the European Union.
In many cases the British people have been rewarded for their "compassion and humanity" with an explosion of violent crime including mass murder, the rape and horrific sexual abuse of their children and ever increasing demands to eradicate their culture and way of life.
(Examples of immigrant crime wave here, here here and here)
The solution to the problems resulting from civil wars is not the mass relocation of populations, that only creates discord and degradation in the host countries; this fact is probably beyond the capabilities of remote, wealthy celebrities to understand.
Its easy to be compassionate and humane with someone else's money and when one doesn't suffer the consequences of degradation and violent, ethnic related conflict that mass immigration from the third world brings.
From Daniel Thomas at 19:45