Saturday, April 30, 2011

Chicago Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel how did this scumbag get elected?

Chicago Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel

NRA chief demands holder resign over mexico cartel gun deal

Likely GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says President Barack Obama looks to Europe for guidance and doesn't like people who work in the free en

Likely GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney says President Barack Obama looks to Europe for guidance and doesn't like people who work in the free enterprise system.

95 percent fo pro sports power and bodybuiding is roids

face it 95%

of body for bodybuilder or pro sports perf is roids

yes nbs nfl all do since teens

no side effects arent that bad

just dont be impressed

google mnopoly doesnt liek anti tracking features for privacy

Charlie Sheen Slams Chuck Lorre Again: 'No One Cares About Your Feeble Show Without Me'

Charlie Sheen Slams Chuck Lorre Again: 'No One Cares About Your Feeble Show Without Me'

white house mad reporter filmed protest without thier control

Christie at Harvard: Education Systems Need Change

Friday, April 29, 2011

Obama Being Abandoned by Dems and Voters

I will vote for the donald

Obama got trumped

Thursday, April 28, 2011

chris christe awesome

David Prosser Projected Winner, JoAnne Kloppenburg Defeated In Wisconsin Supreme Court Election

Armey: GOP Will Sweep in 2012

obamma forged birth cert

obama bush on steroids worst even peter schiff talks drunk economy whiskey from fed

libertarians would end the fed


2nd video down china is more capitalist than usa

20 obama problems 20 libertarian solutions

clinton fed budget 1.8 trillion obama 4T WOA is awesome

cut government spending

we are in bigger hole now under obama than was when bush handed over

AWESOME DEBATE listen to every minute

democrats are morons

pter schiff shreds columbia phd economics

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

education from peter schiff > phd keynes economics

peter schiff rules obama = 5 $ gas

Obama Has Declared War on Capitalism Wednesday, 27 Apr 2011 10:20 AM By Wayne Allyn Root Share: More . . . A A | E

Obama Has Declared War on Capitalism

Wednesday, 27 Apr 2011 10:20 AM

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It’s official. Obama has declared war on capitalism. Which is funny, because he never officially declared war on Libya.

Just days ago, Obama publicly blamed “speculators” for the rising price of gas. Obama publicly announced a war on speculators and speculation, imposing the Justice Department, government lawyers, Cabinet heads, and the whole Big Brother kitchen sink on this “evil” bunch of capitalists.

Well I have news for you, Mr. Obama. You better go after many other Americans, too: Home buyers, stock buyers, gold buyers, art buyers, classic car buyers, wholesalers, small business owners and investors. Because everyone that risks money to buy things, and attempts to re-sell later at a profit is a SPECULATOR.

By going after oil speculators, Obama is setting the stage to go after every businessman and woman in America, seeking to redefine profits as either immoral or criminal, and targeting, demonizing and punishing the people who invest in America.

Why is Obama engaging in class warfare? Because a) He has to blame and demonize someone for his failures; b) he has to distract American consumers and voters from a failing economy and $5 per gallon gas; and c) most investors and speculators are fiscal conservatives, many of whom contribute to Obama's political opposition.

Fess up, Mr. President. You are well aware that most people who invest, or risk money, or own businesses, can't stand you and your gangster government. The political truth is that you seek to brand your opposition as evil, and plunder them so they can no longer contribute to your opposition.

Perhaps he is too busy to watch the movie "Atlas Shrugged."

Speculation is the underpinning of our entire economy, the very foundation of capitalism. It’s what has made America the greatest nation in world history. Profit (the end result of speculation) is why Americans are willing to take risks with their hard-earned money.

Without speculation (i.e. financial risk), America’s corporations could not raise capital. One investor or speculator offers to buy a product at a certain price, while another offers to sell at a different price. This price-seeking mechanism redirects the economic engine of producers to best fulfill the needs of consumers.

Without speculation there is no free market economy — only a socialist state with industry, prices and wages controlled by the government. You can ask Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, or the old Soviet Union how well that worked out.

Despite any rhetoric to the contrary, Obama lives in a rarefied, insulated world where he can afford to be ignorant of basic economics. He has collected a safe paycheck his whole life from either government, or some community organization. He has never risked or invested a dime in his life. He has never created a job. He has never made a payroll.

There is a big difference between my hometown of Las Vegas and Washington D.C.

Obama is wrecking the U.S. economy for generations to come. Now he is declaring war on the very people who take the financial risks, create the jobs, and pay most of the taxes, for his own political gain.

Here’s one more economics lesson for you, Mr. Obama. You know why the price of gas is going up? It’s your refusal to issue permits for oil drilling that has allowed the speculators to bet the price of oil up. It’s your federal taxes on each gallon of gasoline that are actually higher than the profit for each gallon earned by ExxonMobil.

It’s your Federal Reserve printing unlimited sums of fake money, to pay for your irresponsible spending, that makes our dollars lose value, and therefore raises the price of gas.

It’s time to stop Obama before his gangster government shuts down all forms of enterprise. Before all the money is redistributed from the productive class to the entitlement class in naked vote-buying schemes.

Before Obama declares profits a dirty word. Before speculation, investing, or profit-taking becomes a crime in Obama's America. It’s time to recognize that this president is anathema to the freedoms and ideals of our Founding Fathers.

Wayne Allyn Root is a former libertarian vice presidential nominee. He now serves as chairman of the Libertarian National Congressional Committee. He is the best-selling author of "The Conscience of a Libertarian: Empowering the Citizen Revolution with God, Guns, Gold & Tax Cuts." His website:

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obama forged birth cert

bigtime lol

trump rules he forced obama to release forgery


scam president mr inflation partially exposed

trump now wondering how obama got into columbia with bad grades?

Limbaugh: Trump Can Add 'I Won!' to 'You're Fired'

ron paul talks about the fed

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

lower the debt ceiling

poll: the donald beat obama head to head

slaughter all democrats and CNN

jack vance is so awesome I would have had to invent him

unexpurgated word of the day

unexpurgated [ʌnˈɛkspəˌgeɪtɪd] adj (of a book, text, etc.) not amended or censored by removing potentially offensive material

Ron Paul: Budget Cuts Are Meaningless Without Fed Transparency

ron paul is awesome

hit it?

chris christie hilarious

Monday, April 25, 2011

ron paul

chris christe

chris christe AWESOME

the mandarin

magneto is nowhere near #1 comic villian

by the way amrvel in the 80 with art adams et all kicks ass over the shitty femiinized marvel fo 90s 200s so far


improved list of top super villians:
1 doctor doom
2 mephisto
3 the dread dormammu
4 kang the conqueror
5 the sentinels
6 the hellfire club
7 the brood
8 Loki
9 Mojo
10 deathstroke the terminator
11 Mr sinister
12 legion of doom
13 marauders
14 mongul

cool dude I never new about
physically more powerful than superman

trompe l'oeil'œil

best books and los angeles public library lacks them


book la library should have minimum

michael moorcock: elric 1-5, hawkmoon, corum
jack vance: more the better, has some thank odin
robert e howard: conan the barbarian 1-14
tor conan novels: 1 of 45 present, get other 44
glen cook black company, silver spike
world of tiers jose farmer
myth robert asprin

Friday, April 22, 2011

the guy here bartends at tgi friday in woodland hills LOL

Thursday, April 21, 2011

(5:34:50 PM) heycomedy: fuck oil piplines, make salt water giant pipline into middle of desert

(5:34:50 PM) heycomedy: fuck oil piplines, make salt water giant pipline into middle of desert
(5:34:59 PM) heycomedy: and make the place squishy n tropical
(5:35:25 PM) heycomedy: I wonder if it would work
(5:35:34 PM) heycomedy: keep dumping zillions gallons
(5:35:43 PM) heycomedy: right in middle sahara or australia etc

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Atlas Shrugged' finally comes to the screen, albeit in chunks

Atlas Shrugged' finally comes to the screen, albeit in chunks
A capitalist taken with Ayn Rand's 1957 novel spends almost 20 years and $20 million of his own money to get the first third of it filmed.

the false gods of enviromentalism

atlas mugged

Surveying the reviews from the mainstream terrain...

The movie Atlas Shrugged Part 1 is ideology.

It isn’t art. It isn’t cinema. It isn’t epic saga. It’s ideology.

There is zero surprise that the usual suspects, the left/liberal/progressives or however the self-righteous socialist groupthinkers are branding themselves these days, are panning the movie unmercifully.

So of course Roger Ebert pokes fun at the anachronism of train travel in the 21st Century even as Obama wants to spend billions more on it and then channels the 19th Century anachronism of “Robber Baron” to describe industrialists, as though he is deaf, dumb and blind to the manifest reality that politicians are, and have always been, the true Robber Barons throughout history and throughout the world.

So of course it’s predictable (mandatory if he wants to keep wearing his Good Little Lefty Kiss-Up badge) that Daily Kos brands the film as "The baddest movie since Battlefield Earth!!!” (yes, with three exclamation points ala amateur email rants) which is apparently the ultimate insult in the world of stuffed-shirt elevated-nose movie review scribbling wherein reviewers write solely to impress other reviewers.

So of course mainstream media like Huffington Post ("New Atlas Shrugged Film Booed Off Planet by Critics") and the LA Times ("The tinhorn film version of 'Atlas Shrugged'") skewer the movie while studiously ignoring, or ridiculing, the truth of the message: capitalists are creators, politicians are parasites.

Even some in the freedom movement miss the point and pompously disparage the movie, placing their need for visual values and storytelling standards above the wider implications of the film’s philosophical significance.

Libertarian science fiction author J. Neil Schulman warned us about this in his review following the premier:

"So, when the first movie made from Atlas Shrugged hit theaters yesterday it was a no-brainer prediction that film critics would dismiss and attack the movie in terms identical to the literary condemnations of its source material. Ignore these critics as background noise. They’re not who the movie was made for."

It doesn’t matter to most libertarians or Objectivists or conservative free market capitalists (the latter being the opposite of state-worshipping crony corporatists) whether the movie was good or bad.

The philosophy, the ideas, the message, the paean to individualism and competence and freedom are what matter.

Atlas shrugged is ideology. All the rest – acting, storytelling, production values - is irrelevant.

Continue reading on Atlas Mugged: big media maligns the movie - National Libertarian news |

don't riase the debt ceiling. - Looking back: The Debt Ceiling was increased 7 times in 8 years on former Pres. Bush's watch. The Debt increased from $5.727 trillion in 2001 to $9.849 trillion by September 2008. In just two years, Pres. Obama added another $4-plus trillion to the Debt now totaling $14.7 trillion.

michael jordan don't believe the hype

nissan leaf no smog oil gas

(7:09:25 PM) bird: man I have 0 opinion!!!
(11:33:55 PM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man i just woked up !
(11:34:31 PM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: almost everyone goes to sleep at midnight, I wake up
(11:34:34 PM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: all the opposite
(4/20/2011 12:43:15 AM) bird: LOl
(12:43:17 AM) bird: yeahehahe!!
(12:43:21 AM) bird: contrarian!
(12:43:34 AM) bird: man gargling with salt water helping me
(12:43:36 AM) bird: home remedies!
(12:43:53 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: nice
(12:43:59 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i am watching movies
(12:44:02 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: like a loser
(12:44:05 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: but fun
(12:44:06 AM) bird: just watched good one
(12:44:14 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: what did you see
(12:45:18 AM) bird:
(1:35:30 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man
(1:37:48 AM) bird: yo
(1:37:58 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i am kinda of a loser
(1:38:15 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: slept for mist of the afternoon like from 6 to 11
(1:38:18 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and now up
(1:38:26 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: this might not be good
(1:39:04 AM) bird: no its awesome
(1:39:08 AM) bird: do as you please
(1:39:11 AM) bird: call kelly
(1:39:17 AM) bird: play rockstar games
(1:39:22 AM) bird: go gym
(1:39:24 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man don't say that ! don't tempt me to do it more
(1:39:24 AM) bird: go run
(1:39:33 AM) bird: man I lvoe being out of phase
(1:39:38 AM) bird: I can get parking
(1:39:39 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: me too
(1:39:43 AM) bird: not many at store
(1:40:01 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: today i was in traffic and most people are every day
(1:40:02 AM) bird: im downlaod shitload of horro movies
(1:40:10 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i think that's HELL
(1:40:32 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they worl all day long doing menail jobs
(1:40:41 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: always driving
(1:41:10 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they are everywhere this place is overcrowded and overpriced
(1:41:54 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and during the weekend it gets crazy around 2 pm they ALL go to the beach PHC is all bumper to bumper
(1:42:11 AM) bird: yep
(1:42:17 AM) bird: fighting the other rats
(1:42:18 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: then again around 6 pm they ALL drive back home
(1:42:23 AM) bird: they had a rat city ratopolis
(1:42:30 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: totally
(1:42:32 AM) bird: and rats started eating one another
(1:42:35 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i refuse to be part of that
(1:42:53 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i want to go to the opposite place they go
(1:43:15 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: yes they are always mad at each other road rage too
(1:43:32 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i say fuck that
(1:45:07 AM) bird: lol
(1:45:32 AM) bird: man the doc says no strep thraot
(1:45:37 AM) bird: but im stil kinda sick
(1:45:40 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i might not have the best job in the world but it is far from worst
(1:45:42 AM) bird: now starting bit better
(1:45:57 AM) bird: gargling with water adn salt helps oddly
(1:46:05 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: well maybe you need rest
(1:46:10 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: vitamins
(1:46:16 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and healthy food
(1:46:49 AM) bird: sex too
(1:47:09 AM) bird: I read liek 5 book in last month or 2
(1:50:32 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man if gio buys the all electric car and it is good i will buy it next
(1:50:54 AM) bird: lol
(1:51:01 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i am dead serious
(1:51:14 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i got to the gas station every 10 days or sooner
(1:51:17 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: fuck that
(1:51:23 AM) bird: lol
(1:51:25 AM) bird: suuure
(1:51:31 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i don't want to support that system anymore if there is an alternative
(1:53:58 AM) bird: EPA says Nissan Leaf Range is 73 miles

Under simulated real-world driving conditions, the electric car fails to reach 100-mile range goal.

(1:54:10 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: plenty
(1:54:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man it's plenty
(1:55:06 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: don't forget you 'll no longer need a timing belt for your car
(1:55:14 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: an oil change
(1:55:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: an engine check up
(1:55:28 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: a smog check
(1:55:33 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: not to mention gasoline
(1:57:34 AM) bird: I wonder how much cost to charge up
(1:58:06 AM) bird: In North America and Japan using a standard household outlet (120-volt, 15 amp breaker, 12 amp maximum allowable draw,[61] 1.4 kilowatts (1.9 hp)) and the 7.5-meter (25 ft)[64] cable included by Nissan, the Leaf will regain approximately 5 miles of range per hour
(1:58:41 AM) bird: 15 hours
(1:58:46 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: look man it surely won't cosat as much as now by far
(1:58:55 AM) bird: how much is 15 hour of electrciity?
(1:59:11 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: you say what you like but i'll see the car myself and if it is good i will buy it
(1:59:59 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it's says it covers 100 milies on a full charge
(1:59:38 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus:
(2:01:07 AM) bird: right but tets show with heat or cooller on and stereo its 73
(2:01:16 AM) bird: apparently about 4$ to charge
(2:01:21 AM) bird: I could be wrong
(2:01:27 AM) bird: 4$ is kinda awesome
(2:01:42 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: look man even if it is like $10
(2:01:46 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i apy $50 now
(2:02:01 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: plus stupid mainteinance
(2:02:04 AM) bird: well I am curious if its really 4$
(2:02:07 AM) bird: or 100$
(2:02:08 AM) bird: etc
(2:02:17 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i am telling you i will wait for him to get it
(2:02:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: he already placed his order
(2:02:49 AM) bird: its 33,000 $
(2:02:52 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and if it is good i will sell my stupid Volvo with it's + 100 years old technology and get it myself
(2:03:03 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it's less with incentives
(2:03:08 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: but i don't care
(2:03:17 AM) bird: you could not goto san diego with it
(2:03:24 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i will pay the 33k if can stop going to the gas station
(2:03:25 AM) bird: and you must always plug it in
(2:03:32 AM) bird: every day
(2:03:45 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: but it will cost you less
(2:03:55 AM) bird: well what if its 10$ a day every day?
(2:04:00 AM) bird: x 30 days
(2:04:02 AM) bird: 300
(2:04:15 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: come on
(2:04:27 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: so you are saying it will cost you more than gasoline ? NO WAY
(2:04:39 AM) bird: not sure
(2:04:46 AM) bird: 1 hour charge 5 miles
(2:05:01 AM) bird: 20 hours 100 miles
(2:05:07 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: no it depends on the power outlet
(2:05:15 AM) bird: the fast one is 16,000
(2:05:19 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: look man i will see it in person when he gets it
(2:05:25 AM) bird: pick me up
(2:05:26 AM) bird: !!
(2:05:32 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i will see it for myself
(2:05:38 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and if it is good i will buy it next
(2:05:40 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: right away
(2:06:11 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i'll stop bearing money to a system that sucks oil out of the earth
(2:06:34 AM) bird: now nuclear power--->electricity--->car
(2:06:47 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: maybe when people are less hungry for oil the usa will stop bearing money to Israel
(2:07:00 AM) bird: oh I am sure jews nto happy about that at all
(2:07:11 AM) bird: wouldnt be suprised fi israel start making the electric car
(2:07:15 AM) bird: or some crazy shit
(2:07:28 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: not at all because if no one longer cares about the middle east it would be awesome
(2:07:32 AM) bird: they will try to make hydrogen fuel cells next car, and then make hydrogen the commodity
(2:07:35 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: let them do whatever they like
(2:07:38 AM) bird: yep
(2:07:44 AM) bird: that be fucking outstanding
(2:08:05 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: the usa has its own problems to solve already no need to go around the world to play world police
(2:08:42 AM) bird: wind +solar power grid construction = awesome economy boost
(2:08:55 AM) bird: nuclea rpower plants = awesome power boost and economy boost
(2:09:02 AM) bird: and electric car = awesome fuck oil
(2:09:15 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i was with gio talking to a car dearler he was concerned abouyt the electric car because they will make less money
(2:09:21 AM) bird: france have liquid salt nuclear plant apparently insanely better sand safer
(2:09:30 AM) bird: lol
(2:09:33 AM) bird: fuck car dealer too
(2:09:44 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i mean it's is a battery no stupod bs
(2:10:03 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and maccanich telling you to fix this and that
(2:10:12 AM) bird: :)
(2:10:17 AM) bird: I know mechanic not happy too
(2:10:18 AM) bird: lol
(2:10:19 AM) bird: lol
(2:10:26 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they all hate it
(2:10:29 AM) bird: electric mtor much simpler less shit go wrong
(2:10:34 AM) bird: just goes
(2:10:50 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: think about it when the battery does not work it is replaced. Done.
(2:10:55 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: no tricks
(2:11:53 AM) bird: adn u can get the battery in the mail
(2:12:00 AM) bird: or just slap it in or soemthing
(2:12:03 AM) bird: no fucking about
(2:12:08 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: right
(2:12:38 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: look it will have some issues since it is the first model but it is still much better than what we have now
(2:12:45 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i am telling you i will get it
(2:12:57 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and then look at all the fools paying for gas
(2:13:19 AM) bird: :)
(2:13:29 AM) bird: and no exhaust
(2:13:33 AM) bird: no smog
(2:13:43 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: right
(2:14:02 AM) bird: no smog check
(2:14:05 AM) bird: no oil change
(2:14:06 AM) bird: wow
(2:14:09 AM) bird: holy shi
(2:14:11 AM) bird: shit
(2:14:21 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: man i am telling you some people are going to hate it
(2:14:23 AM) bird: i wonde rif they make oil the lube because more $$ for oil company
(2:14:31 AM) bird: instead of plant oil
(2:14:36 AM) bird: FUCK
(2:14:36 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: because it will show the futility of their services
(2:14:52 AM) bird: does electric motor need oil?
(2:14:56 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: NO
(2:15:05 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it's all gone
(2:15:11 AM) bird: wow
(2:15:25 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it's a battery
(2:15:31 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: as simple as that
(2:15:54 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i bet other companies will do it
(2:16:07 AM) bird: nissan will have a lead
(2:16:09 AM) bird: and an edge
(2:16:15 AM) bird: awesome
(2:16:17 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they have the technology but they want to suck up and sell you every drop of oil
(2:16:19 AM) bird: fuck ford
(2:16:48 AM) bird: dodge
(2:16:49 AM) bird: gm
(2:16:52 AM) bird: pontiac
(2:16:57 AM) bird: chevy
(2:17:03 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: i think they all do it eventually
(2:17:12 AM) bird: why dont they have electric? usa is technical powerhouse
(2:17:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it's like apple for computers they do something new and everyone else follows
(2:18:05 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they started witht he iphone and look what happened
(2:19:07 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: ok man we talk later going to read a book or something
(2:19:17 AM) bird: the iphoen could have been done 15 years ago
(2:19:37 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: well the thing is that a lot of people are closed minded to new stuff
(2:20:17 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: and of course if it works better than the old stuff the govenment does not like it either because they will have to find way to get money out of it
(2:20:49 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: imagine if everyone stop going to the gas station
(2:21:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: people will go like Iraq what ?
(2:22:23 AM) bird: :)
(2:22:31 AM) bird: they wont need iraq
(2:22:32 AM) bird: at all
(2:22:41 AM) bird: but they will need electric power
(2:23:00 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: well it is easier to obtain than oil
(2:23:19 AM) bird: ok man
(2:23:21 AM) bird: I go read
(2:23:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: Today I went to look at the Playbook by Rim. Seems to me a piece of junk.
(2:23:29 AM) bird: good subject though
(2:23:39 AM) bird: they hate when the system is made obsolete!!!
(2:23:43 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: $500
(2:23:49 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: oh yeah
(2:23:52 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they do
(2:23:53 AM) bird: I say check out microsoft phone
(2:24:00 AM) bird: microsoft has to be fighting back
(2:24:14 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: well they have some catching up to do
(2:24:22 AM) bird: they have billion in cash to steal apple idea guy
(2:24:29 AM) bird: really?
(2:24:37 AM) bird: I mean most phones do msot stuff right?
(2:24:46 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: Apple has released Ipod 2 when most company still haven't released their 1st version
(2:24:57 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they need to adapt or they will be out
(2:25:00 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: look at Nokia
(2:25:09 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: old idiot CEO did not get it
(2:25:48 AM) bird: lol
(2:26:17 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it shows here;range=5y;compare=nok;indicator=volume;charttype=area;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=off;source=;
(2:27:52 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: From 2006 Nok is down 50% Apple is up 400%
(2:30:05 AM) bird: :)
(2:30:24 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: did you see the chart ?
(2:30:28 AM) bird: ya
(2:30:36 AM) bird: ok man i crash stil sikk
(2:30:43 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: just because someone is wearing jecket and tie and runs a company does not mean shit
(2:30:49 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: ok man
(2:30:54 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: later
(2:30:55 AM) bird: bigtime
(2:31:08 AM) bird: federal reserve has 5,000 phd economics
(2:31:12 AM) bird: could not stop 2008
(2:31:18 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: they created it
(2:31:21 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: it was them !
(2:31:23 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: ok amn
(2:31:25 AM) bear 72_knight_elegabalus: good night
(2:31:28 AM) bird: yep

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

hit it?

obamma payoofs from union, union guy to investigate union fraud lol

kick dems out

cl-weblocks lisp web tool

bird best ever

Monday, April 18, 2011

solaris is for idiots

Solaris people are the kind fo dorks that ask you what an inode is in a job interview or ask you how traceroute works.

You dorks no wonder sun wetn outa biz

archlinux is the admins choice for best os

pippen sick

taser action

green renewable is scam for lawyers n bureaucrats

scott walked in WI kicks ass fuck those union fucks

Another Paul Considers Run for Senate

DeMint Mulls Filibuster on Debt Limit Hike

Cornyn: 2012 Elections ‘a Referendum on Washington’

fuck goldman sachs

FEC Investigators Digging Into Obama's 2008 Campaign

tea party is awesome

I will vote for Trump

geithner is a goldman sachs moron inside man commy

greenspan now a moron wants to raise taxes?

Sunday, April 17, 2011

Ex-Gov. Johnson: Fed Policy Like a Madoff Ponzi Scheme

Saturday, April 16, 2011

(11:32:51 PM) pnumekin: I think freebsd should become rolling (11:32:53 PM) pnumekin: all bianry (11:32:58 PM) pnumekin: adopt gobolinux methods (1

(11:32:51 PM) pnumekin: I think freebsd should become rolling
(11:32:53 PM) pnumekin: all bianry
(11:32:58 PM) pnumekin: adopt gobolinux methods
(11:33:02 PM) pnumekin: for the win
(11:33:04 PM) pnumekin: :)
(11:33:10 PM) pnumekin: maybe redo it in forth be cool 2

If the america experiemnt is a success why copy the europe experiment? « on: Today at 10:55:23 PM » Quote Modify Remove curious why copy som

If the america experiment is a success why copy the europe experiment?
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why copy someplace that is getting inferior results?

essays lambda associates

qi lisp interesting

Friday, April 15, 2011

clean programming language

lisp curse

Thursday, April 14, 2011

solve homelessness move 1 bum into each democrat home


joe pesci

Trump: Newsmax Poll Proves I'm Legit for 2012 Thursday, 14 Apr 2011 01:52 PM By Jim Meyers Share: More . . . A A |

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Thursday, 14 Apr 2011 01:52 PM

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When Donald Trump sat down for an interview with Time magazine, the first thing he cited to demonstrate his credibility as a presidential candidate was an ongoing Newsmax poll.

Trump, the magazine reports on its website on Thursday, “holds up fresh evidence of his greatness. ‘This thing just came out,’ Trump says, waving a 2012 Republican primary poll from the website ‘This is Trump.’”

The Internet poll sponsored by reveals that when Trump faces off against the best and the brightest GOP contenders for 2012, he takes 57 percent of the vote in a field including Mike Huckabee, Sarah Palin, and Mitt Romney. His closest competitor is Romney, with 9 percent of the vote.

Time reports: “He points to a bar graph showing the 57 percent of voters who support his unannounced campaign for president. Then he points below. ‘These are the people,’ he says, referring to established politicians like Mitt Romney, Mike Huckabee and Haley Barbour, none of whom garners even 10 percent. ‘A little crazy, right?’”

Online participants in the Newsmax poll also support Trump by a wide margin in a head-to-head match-up with President Barack Obama.

Florida GOP Rep. Connie Mack is the chairman of a new “Repeal Task Force” set up by the Republican Study Committee that will work to eliminate U.S. fe

Florida GOP Rep. Connie Mack is the chairman of a new “Repeal Task Force” set up by the Republican Study Committee that will work to eliminate U.S. federal laws that inhibit, restrict, or are otherwise harmful to the American public. The taskforce will focus on laws that are unconstitutional, anti-free-enterprise, or otherwise counter to economic, national security, or social conservatism.

“Washington’s knee jerk reaction for too long has been to introduce more and more legislation to solve society’s problems,” Mack said this week. “The task force launching today is assembled to change that narrative and start peeling back a government that is bloated and needs a diet to make this country’s economy more agile and make our government more efficient and effective.

“How ironic that at the same time we are talking about reducing government in the House, the president is punting off the tough spending decisions and protracting our nation's debt problem for the next two decades,” added Mack.

Joined by U.S. Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio, the chairman of the Republican Study Committee in a press conference to formally unveil the plan, Mack said the task force would look to repeal the federal health-care law that Obama backed, energy mandates and the Davis-Bacon Act, which requires that employees working on public projects are paid prevailing wages.

Mack and members of the task force argue that Davis-Bacon, which was signed into law in 1931 by Herbert Hoover and crafted by then U.S. Sen. James J. Davis of Pennsylvania, who served as U.S. Labor secretary under Warren G. Harding, Calvin Coolidge and Hoover, hinders small businesses looking to obtain federal contracts.

shoot commy Timothy F. Geithner

Geithner: Plenty of Room to Raise Taxes

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U.S. Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner said the U.S. has room to raise taxes without hurting the economy because its revenues make up a much smaller percentage of economic growth than those in other advanced economies.

“We have the capacity, with very modest changes in tax reform” to improve the country’s fiscal position without hurting future growth, Geithner said. The changes the Obama administration is seeking pose “no plausible risk” to how the economy grows, he said at an event in Washington.

Geithner said at an event in Washington that he did not expect any “enthusiasm” for a U.S. value-added tax.

wayne allyn root jeff foxworthy style u might be a socialist

I ought to know. I was Mr. Obama’s college classmate at Columbia University Class of ‘83. Our college was dominated by socialists and Marxists who hated capitalism and America. Let’s look at the facts up close and personal - Jeff Foxworthy style. Mr. Foxworthy leaves no doubt as to “who might be a redneck.” Let me leave no doubt that “Obama might be a socialist.”

If you believe it’s greedy for American taxpayers to want to keep more of their own money, but not greedy to demand that government confiscate other people’s money and redistribute it to those who didn’t earn it, you might be a socialist.

If you don’t understand (or care) that babies scream and cry the moment they are born because they are already heavily in debt and facing a bleak future and lower quality of life, you might be a socialist.

If the only thing you, your Cabinet members and czars know about business is from books read at Harvard Law School, written by Karl Marx, you might be a socialist.

If you want to allocate hundreds of millions to the Internal Revenue Service to go after tax cheats when your administration is filled with tax cheats, including the guy in charge of America’s taxes (Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner), you might be a socialist.

If you think the “White House Party Crashers” are terrible people because they came to a state dinner without aninvitation, but you want to give instant citizenship to 12 million uninvited “illegal aliens” who crashed our border, you might be a socialist.

If you think anyone who doesn’t read the New York Times is dumb and ignorant, but think it’s OK for Congress to pass a 2,000-page health care bill without reading it, you might be a socialist.

If you think Times’ columnist Paul Krugman deserves a Nobel Prize for economics and you deserve a Nobel Peace Prize even though neither of you created a job or ended a war, you might be a socialist.

If you think it’s OK to meet with dictators, bullies, tyrants and terrorist sympathizers without preconditions, but have no interest in meeting with conservatives in Congress, you might be a socialist.

If you think it’s OK to give constitutional rights to terrorists, but not to the bondholders, shareholders and secured creditors of GM and Chrysler when you stole the company from them and awarded it to the unions that bankrupted them, you might be a socialist.

ROOT: Obama might be a socialist

Benedict added, "We're not talking about eliminating the federal government. We want to end all federal activities that are not authorized by the Cons

Benedict added, "We're not talking about eliminating the federal government. We want to end all federal activities that are not authorized by the Constitution, and we want to cut everything else as much as we can. In 2000, the federal government spent $1.8 trillion. This year it's expected to spend $3.8 trillion. Things are going the wrong way -- fast."

"It's interesting that when the Republicans controlled both houses of Congress and the White House from 2001-2006, they did nothing to shrink governm

"It's interesting that when the Republicans controlled both houses of Congress and the White House from 2001-2006, they did nothing to shrink government, or even slow down government growth. On the contrary, back then, Paul Ryan was busy voting for expensive foreign wars, No Child Left Behind, and the huge 2003 Medicare expansion. More recently he's voted for the TARP bailouts and even ethanol subsidies.

"We Libertarians propose eliminating federal functions that are not authorized in the Constitution. Furthermore, Libertarians propose ending foreign wars and foreign troop deployments, allowing huge cuts in military spending. Libertarians would cut the federal government down to less than 10% of GDP, and we'd keep cutting once we got there."

Wavelength Guide to Cutting v2.0

The goal of a cutting diet is to improve body composition by losing fat while preserving as much muscle as possible.

Essential Rules

- Workout with weights 3 times a week.
- Drink about a gallon of water each day.
- Eat at least 1g protein / lb of lean body mass a day.
- Eat some fruit, veggies/salad, and some essential fatty acids (EFAs) every day.
- Above that eat whatever you want, preferably a wide variety of foods.
- Adjust your food intake so that the desired rate of weight change is maintained.
- The rate of weight change should not be above 3lbs/week, 1-2lbs/week is recommended.

IMO, any diet (resp. cutting method) that follows the above rules is optimal for cutting, any further details will not have significant effect on body composition. If you already have a meal plan, just check if these rules are followed and adjust if not.

Measuring Progress and Adjusting Food Intake

- Weigh yourself once a week, always at the same time (e.g. right after waking up).
- Don't panic if your weight stays the same or even goes up for one or two weeks.
- If your weight does not go down for more than three weeks, slightly reduce calories.
- If your rate of weight loss is above the recommended value, slightly increase calories.
- The change in daily calories from those adjustments should not exceed 500 cals.
- After adjustment, stay on the new value for at least three weeks before adjusting again.

If you have never done a cutting diet, it's always better to start with more calories and reduce slowly until the desired rate of weight change is maintained. If you stay patient, you will not have to adjust very often. With more experience, you will not have to count calories anymore, but as a beginner it is probably a good idea.

Unessential Factors

Since many questions revolve around further details of cutting diets, here is a list of factors that I believe to be of insignificant effect for body composition:

- Cardio and fat burners,
- Meal timing and meal frequency,
- Protein / Carb / Fat distribution throughout the day,
- carb / fat ratio,
- Sodium intake,
- Moderate alcohol intake,
- Use of supplements resp. meal replacements,
- "Clean" food vs. Junk food (sugar and saturated fat).

All these factors should be used as tools to make the diet as convenient as possible. Many people e.g. have an easier time dieting with eating more calories and doing cardio or taking fat burners. Some people like myself have an easier time without cardio and fat burners. In my experience, the end result (body composition improvement) is not significantly influenced. Another example is protein supplements. I e.g. use whey powder to meet my daily protein intake out of convenience. I could just as well get all my protein from other sources. A third example is meal frequency and timing. This tool should be used to reduce hunger as much as possible throughout the day. For some people that means eating 6 times a day, for others it means eating only once or twice a day.

"The Constitution of the United States requires an explicit Declaration of War in order for this country to engage in hostilities with foreign nation

"The Constitution of the United States requires an explicit Declaration of War in order for this country to engage in hostilities with foreign nations. Obama, after dithering for two weeks, has joined the list of presidents who chose to launch wars on their personal say-so in direct contravention of the Constitution.

"I don't know how many times we have to endure administrations, both Republican and Democratic, who shoot first and ask questions later. Probably for as long as we continue to elect Republicans and Democrats to office."

"Libertarians advocate the foreign policy eloquently described by Thomas Jefferson at his inauguration: 'Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with a

"Libertarians advocate the foreign policy eloquently described by Thomas Jefferson at his inauguration: 'Peace, commerce, and honest friendship with all nations, entangling alliances with none.' Just as the Founding Fathers expressed admiration for the 'Swiss Model' of armed neutrality that has managed to keep Switzerland out of the vicious wars of Europe for hundreds of years, we should embrace the idea that the purpose of an American military is the defense of American soil, period. As Senator Barack Obama said in criticizing the Bush administration, 'The President does not have power under the Constitution to unilaterally authorize a military attack in a situation that does not involve stopping an actual or imminent threat to the nation.'

Libertarians say Paul Ryan is worse than Bill Clinton

Libertarians say Paul Ryan is worse than Bill Clinton

WASHINGTON - In response to House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's new budget proposal, Libertarian Party Chair Mark Hinkle issued the following statement today:

"Americans hoping to get real about our national debt just got sucker-punched by Republican Paul Ryan.

"Republicans want to spend $40 trillion over ten years. That averages a staggering $4 trillion per year. As recently as 2000, federal spending was only about $1.8 trillion.

Education would blossom as the Department of Education ended its War on Learning, no longer wasting our money and preventing educational innovation wi

Education would blossom as the Department of Education ended its War on Learning, no longer wasting our money and preventing educational innovation with one-size-fits-all centralized mandates.

"Job opportunities at companies big and small would multiply, providing opportunity and choice for American workers.

"The world would enjoy peace as we withdrew our forces from Iraq, Afghanistan, and Libya. Our government spends almost as much on the military as the rest of the world combined. Millions of industrious men and women who work for the military and its contractors could be focusing on building up our economy, rather than tearing down others'.

"Crime would plummet as the government's War on Drugs ended, no longer sustaining a giant violent black market and overfilling our prisons.

"The life of many poorer Americans would improve as welfare programs stopped, no longer trapping low-income families in an endless cycle of government dependency.

"All Americans would feel a huge burden lifted every April, as they were no longer required to wrestle with a byzantine and oppressive IRS.

Libertarians praise Congress on April Fool's Day

Press Release

For Immediate Release
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Libertarians praise Congress on April Fool's Day

WASHINGTON - The Libertarian Party congratulates Congress for passing a budget that makes serious cuts in federal government spending, including the following:

1. Eliminating Department of Education programs, saving taxpayers more than $40 billion each year.
2. Getting rid of farm subsidies, saving over $20 billion each year.
3. Ending the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, as well as many other overseas deployments, saving over $100 billion annually.
4. Eliminating programs and subsidies in the Department of Transportation, saving about $80 billion annually.
5. Terminating federal housing subsidies, saving about $45 billion each year.
6. Giving overpaid federal employees a 10% cut in compensation, saving $30 billion annually.
7. Throwing out federal energy subsidies, saving $20 billion annually.
8. Reducing and reforming Medicare and Medicaid, saving about $100 billion a year for the next ten years.
9. Ending the federal War on Drugs, saving $15 billion annually.
10. Phasing out mandatory Social Security, and reducing the rate of benefit growth to save $40 billion a year by 2020.

"April Fool's!" cried Libertarian Party Executive Director Wes Benedict. "Congress hasn't done any of those things. Congress is causing the federal government to keep growing rapidly. And don't be fooled by the recent hype about Republican proposals for 'cuts.' Those 'cuts' are so small and so peripheral, that even if they pass, they won't have any effect on the fiscal catastrophe facing our children and grandchildren. Republicans and Democrats continue to link arms and keep our federal government huge and growing."

Benedict continued, "We got that list of items from a Cato Institute advertisement that ran in several major news outlets today. Of course, we wish Congress would cut all those things, but we know Republicans and Democrats won't do it."

The Libertarian Party platform calls for major reductions in the size and scope of government.

For more information, or to arrange an interview, call LP Executive Director Wes Benedict at 202-333-0008 ext. 222.

The LP is America's third-largest political party, founded in 1971. The Libertarian Party stands for free markets, civil liberties, and peace. You can find more information on the Libertarian Party at our website.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

incorrect the fed lending money without conditions and governemtn lendign by fannie n freddy without documenation requirement = financial crisis =s


the fed lending money without conditions and governemtn lendign by fannie n freddy without documenation requirement = financial crisis =same result always from government banking

only by governmetn can you give soem 18 year old a million dollar loan without papers

the bubble was 100% governmetn created thanks to billy clinton

the bailouts were government and most dems voted for them, obama did 3-4x what bush did and bush should not have, this was worst thing bush did

the free amrket auto corrects

there must be failure

you have to have thsoe who risk and fail lose thier money adn thier asses are bought in bankruptcy by thos ewho won and didn't fail

this is natural cycle

governemtn of course fouls this up badly

people won't buy shitty product this is simple way to get rid of bullshit

no one on fre market would pay school teacher 200 a day to not teach kids


remember lawyers are governemtn bureaucrats dedicated to making law fees price way over free market

software can replace most lawyers, but you get what we had in texas in 1990s, the BAR suing software firm for practicing law without a license, what a shitty guild

also no one in right mind would pay a so called pension, who the fuck will pay soemone to sit on ass and retire early, especailly when thier labor is not really productive when they are working?


best teachers can be videod an dput on youtube

mass production of husing held back by silly union bullshti regualtions under guise of safety standards to crush all competition, silly shit

interchangemable hous eaprts are old idea and are held back by government

silly fucking shit

when governemtn gets regualtion powers then u get corporate cronyism whcih let wingers decry but they enable

thier secret si thsi is how they make all their money

libertarian aka liberal is way to go

democrats are communists not liberals

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

flat consumption tax over mixed payroll cap gaina nd icnome tax be fairer « on: Today at 01:07:40 PM » Reply with quoteQuote Modify messageModify Re

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tx for consumption not investment and doing right thing

how can dems be so blind to this?
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if i recall correctly, the consumption tax was shut down by both repubs and dems when tax codes were first being created.

one reaosn might be that a tax on consumption is an incentive to consume less. whereas a tax on income is an incentive to earn less. and people are less likely to earn less than they are to consume less. so to increase total trax revenues you choose income tax, as it would result in less dead weight loss to the economy and more tax revenue to the government.

however, we alreeady have a consumption tax. its called sales tax.
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if i recall correctly, the consumption tax was shut down by both repubs and dems when tax codes were first being created.

one reaosn might be that a tax on consumption is an incentive to consume less. whereas a tax on income is an incentive to earn less. and people are less likely to earn less than they are to consume less. so to increase total trax revenues you choose income tax, as it would result in less dead weight loss to the economy and more tax revenue to the government.

however, we alreeady have a consumption tax. its called sales tax.

dead weight loss is here misunderstood
taxing consumption is an incentive to invest
investemnt means mroe capital buildup whihc is how wealth gets generated since mroe enterprneurs can then risk and produce
example is a guy who buy coke and whore vs a guy who invests
in current system coke whore buyer is taxed once while investor if he gains is taxed twice, and if he loses can barely write off the loss
huge dis incentive to invest
this is not to even bring up the insanity of the fact that you are taxing the guy who invests on his dolalrs he has already paid 50% income tax on
pure insanity
the rich also consume vastly more
as do cash using drglords and foriegners
soalthough simply hurting the rich is a bad idea and a topic for another thread, the rich would pay proportionally much more sicne they spending in 100s 1000s not 1000s like me and you probably do
so common guy simply pay th elittle he spends
win for all
vote more tea party for fairer taxes
you welcome for eye opening post
I wis I had had more of this when I was 15

the carpool lane in los angeles etc is foolish

why take 6 alne highway and make 5 or 4?


if carpool lane is not 100% utilized then you LOSe over all net!!!


stupid fools!!

consumption flat tax should replace income payroll cap gain etc


how can dems be so mindless?

dont tax those who do good thing like invest!!!

get rid of huge burden of complying with tax laws

its an extra insult becuase you invest with dolalrs you have already had 50% stolen off of your pay check

then if you do well you get taxed?

if you do badly there is fixed limit on how much you can reduce your tax?

hyprocritical game!!

what a load of SHIT

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economics explained
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production occours when capital is loaned out
sales pay off capital and interest
progress is achieved
research makes production more efficient
taxes and unproductive pseudo jobs kil production
banks scamming not loaning to most productive profitable areas kill production
wasted non science education kills production
give aways kill production
fed printing money causes inflation adn kill production by letting politicain give thier unproductive buddies weetheart contracts which they did not legitimataly compete for
lawyer are bureaucrats and kill production except very nfew needed to enforce contracts
insurance is one thing government could run but must be low cost and zero profit
crony capitalism is caused by too much money in government not lack of regualtion
markets self regualt in that no one will buy shitty deal
privatization works
innovation helps production
paying pensions kills production as is any time you pay someoine for doing nothing including having a kid

Monday, April 11, 2011

GOP Extreme for Wanting to Balance the Budget?

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Democrats in Congress and the White House have warned that a failure to increase the debt limit would lead the government to default on its debt, throwing financial markets into turmoil. But Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform says default can be avoided without lifting the debt ceiling.

Grover Norquist
“This has been exposed as a political ploy, not a real concern, by Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Penn., who has introduced legislation that would instruct the federal government to pay debt obligations first,” he writes on Politico.

“It would avoid any threat to the American government's creditworthiness. The Democrats have opposed this for transparent reasons: they want to borrow more. … Hence they cite the ‘disaster’ of failing to pay interest on the debt at the same time they oppose the law that would end the threat.”

Walker: Unions Won't Steal Prosser Election Win

Walker: Unions Won't Steal Prosser Election Win

Sunday, 10 Apr 2011 06:22 PM

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is vowing to Newsmax readers that organized labor will not steal back the dramatic come-from-behind victory of Supreme Court Justice David Prosser even if unions end up paying for a recount.

On Friday, Gov. Walker visited Newsmax and its CEO, Christopher Ruddy, at the company's West Palm Beach, Fla. headquarters. In his exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV — part of a national tour to drum up national support for his dramatic fight against public unions who are seeking recall elections of Walker allies in the Wisconsin legislature — the Republican governor says there is no way any legitimate recount would result in a victory for Prosser's liberal opponent.

But that doesn't remove the threat. Under Wisconsin law organized labor can get a recount if they're willing to pay for it. Walker says unions hope to replicate in Wisconsin “what was pulled off with Senator [Al] Franken in Minnesota." He promises, though, that Republicans will be on guard against any post-election ballot shenanigans.

Walker is referring to Democrat Al Franken’s upset win over GOP incumbent Sen. Norm Coleman in 2008, which saw a Coleman lead on Election Night morph into a Franken victory during a drawn-out recount battle.

Walker’s concern over the integrity of Wisconsin’s spring elections came in the context of Justice Prosser’s battle for re-election over liberal challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg.

Story continues below.

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker fires away at strong-arm tactics by government worker unions fighting his budget reforms. And in this Newsmax.TV video, he warns that unions are hell-bent on an Al Franken-style victory in an important state Supreme Court election.
The unions poured millions of dollars into the race because a victory would give liberal jurists a 4-3 majority in the state Supreme Court. The race also was seen as a national test of whether standing up to the unions could be too costly on Election Day. The contest became a political battle royal and set a record for outside television expenditures by third-party groups.

After Tuesdays election, Kloppenburg appeared to be clinging to a paper-thin 204-vote margin out of 1.5 million votes cast.

But on Thursday, officials conducting a routine canvass discovered that 14,000 votes cast in heavily Republican Waukesha County were inadvertently omitted from the vote totals that were submitted to state election officials.

When those votes from the conservative stronghold were counted, Prosser shot out to a 7,500-vote lead.

Walker tells Newsmax that Prosser’s lead is well above the number needed to avoid the automatic statewide recount that Democrats are seeking. But he added state law allows them to request a recount as long as they’re willing to underwrite the cost.

“That will be pretty costly,” Walker says. “But I think it’s pretty clear that the big government labor-union bosses that have been fighting the reforms in Wisconsin now for the past month and a half, I don’t think they’re going to give up.

I think they’re going to throw out everything here, and hope somehow they can pull of what was pulled off with Senator Franken in Minnesota.”

Walker assured Newsmax that Republicans would be “looking very closely” to ensure that does not happen. The key, he said, is to ensure all valid ballots are counted and that no additional ballots are added in.

“And as long as somebody’s not trying to bring in new ballots, I think we’re not going to have what we saw in Minnesota,” Walker told Newsmax.

Walker’s interview and visit to Newsmax headquarters came during a nationwide tour to drum up support for a new effort,, that seeks to defend eight Wisconsin GOP senators from a massive recall campaign that is now under way.

Walker, who has pledged to bring 250,000 jobs to his state, told Newsmax: “What I’ve been doing is going around the country and making the case, given my position in Wisconsin, reaching out to folks across the country to say ’Help us out.’

“The grass roots need to stand up and say, ’We’re the ones defending the middle class. We’re the ones defending the middle class taxpayers of this country who for decades have paid for the expanse of the ever-growing size of state, local, or federal government.’”

The site accepts donations for the resources they need to fight the orchestrated effort to drive them from office.

Other highlights from Walker’s Newsmax interview:

* He said “it is clear” that Republicans followed the state’s open meetings law in passing his Budget Repair Act. Walker’s administration has asked the state supreme court, which Prosser sits on, to throw out a lawsuit that was filed to block implementation of the bill.
* The recall elections are expected to be held in “June or July of this year.” He predicts at least three Democrats will face recall elections as well.
* In his recent tour of Wisconsin businesses, he has met many private-sector workers who are paying between 20 to 50 percent of their own healthcare premiums. He is asking state workers to pay 12.5 percent. Also, most private-sector workers “would love to have a retirement plan, let alone a pension.” He is asking state workers to contribute 5.8 percent to their pension-plan benefits.
* He hasn’t considered a possible presidential or vice presidential run, but he extols GOP Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan. “Anybody from Wisconsin, Paul Ryan would be a great pick. I think he is one of the most politically courageous people I know.”
* What people want most in a time of crisis is leadership, Walker says. He wishes President Barack Obama would spend as much time addressing the federal deficit “as he is poking his nose into political battles in states like Wisconsin.”
* Union dues are at the heart of the conflict in Wisconsin, he says. “It’s about the union bosses wanting to get their hands on automatic union dues that come directly out of the paychecks,” Walker tells Newsmax.

Adds Walker: “We’re giving people, the workers in our state, the right to choose whether they want to be in the public-employees union, and whether or not they want up to $1,000 a year to come out of their paycheck, or whether they want to better spend that on their families, their healthcare, and other things in their life. That’s what really is at the heart of it.

Rush Limbaugh on Monday told listeners it's time for the GOP to stop compromising with Democrats. "The left is not going to compromise on the redistri

Rush Limbaugh on Monday told listeners it's time for the GOP to stop compromising with Democrats. "The left is not going to compromise on the redistribution of wealth or income or tax increases for the wealthy. They are not going to compromise on their core belief. They have to be defeated. And by defeat I mean more and more election victories like we had in November.” (Getty Images)

Sunday, April 10, 2011

1% of the code forth vs c charles moore AWESOME

1% the code
This is a provocative statement. It warrants some discussion.
C programs
I've studied many C programs in the course of writing device drivers for colorForth. Some manufacturers won't make documentation available, instead referring to Linux open source.

I must say that I'm appalled at the code I see. Because all this code suffers the same failings, I conclude it's not a sporadic problem. Apparently all these programmers have copied each others style and are content with the result: that complex applications require millions of lines of code. And that's not even counting the operating system required.

Sadly, that is not an undesirable result. Bloated code does not just keep programmers employed, but managers and whole companies, internationally. Compact code would be an economic disaster. Because of its savings in team size, development time, storage requirements and maintainance cost.

What's wrong with C programs?
Some problems are intrinsic to the C language:
It has elaborate sytnax. Rules that are supposed to promote correctness, but merely create opportunity for error.
It has considerable redundancy. This increases trivial errors that can be detected. And program size.
It's strongly typed, with a bewildering variety of types to keep straight. More errors.
As an infix language, it encourages nested parentheses. Sometimes to a ludicrous extent. They must be counted and balanced.
It's never clear how efficiently source will be translated into machine language. Constructs are often chosen because the programmer knows they're efficient. Subroutine calls are expensive.
Because of the elaborate compiler, object libraries must be maintained, distributed and linked. The only documentation usually addresses this (apparantly difficult) procedure.
Others are a matter of style:
Code is scattered in a vast heirarchy of files. You can't find a definition unless you already know where it is.
Code is indented to indicate nesting. As code is edited and processed, this cue is often lost or incorrect.
Sometimes a line of code contains only a parenthesis, or semicolon. This reduces the density of the code, and the difficulty of reading it.
There's no documentation. Except for the ubiquitous comments. These interrupt the code, further reducing density, but rarely conveying useful insight.
Names tend to be hyphenated. This makes them unique and displays their position in the heirarchy. The significant portion of a name is hard to detect, slow to read.
Constants, particularly fields within a word, are named. Even if used, the name rarely provides enough information about the function. And requires continual cross-reference to the definition.
Preoccupation with contingencies. In a sense it's admirable to consider all possibilities. But the ones that never occur are never even tested. For example, the only need for software reset is to recover from software problems.
Conditional compilation. More constants include or exclude code for particular platforms. More indentation. More difficulty fathoming which code is relevant.
Hooks for future enhancements, or abandoned features, are abundant. This is useful only in understanding the programmer's ambitions.
It is in a programmer's best interest to exaggerate the complexity of his program.
Another difficulty is the mindset that code must be portable across platforms and compatible with earlier versions of hardware/software. This is nice, but the cost is incredible. Microsoft has based a whole industry on such compatibility.
colorForth does it differently. There is no syntax, no redundancy, no typing. There are no errors that can be detected. Forth uses postfix, there are no parentheses. No indentation. Comments are deferred to the documentation. No hooks, no compatibility. Words are never hyphenated. There's no heirarchy. No files. No operating system.

Code is organized so that a block of related words fit on the screen. Names are short with a full semantic load. The definition of a word is typically 1 line. Machine code has a one-to-one correspondance with source.

An application is organized into multiple user interactions, with unique display and keypad. Each is compiled when accessed. Its code is independent, names need not be unique. A background task is always running.
Yes, I could write a better C program that those I've seen. It wouldn't be nearly as good as Forth. I can't write an assembler program as good as Forth. No, I don't think Forth is the best possible language. Yet.

But does this add up to 1% the code? Where is the C program I've recoded? No one has paid me to do that. One difficulty is comparing my Forth with the original C. I cheat. The 1% code merely starts an argument that they're not the same.

For example, my VLSI tools take a chip from conception through testing. Perhaps 500 lines of source code. Cadence, Mentor Graphics do the same, more or less. With how much source/object code? They use schematic capture, I don't. I compute transistor temperature, they don't.

But I'm game. Give me a problem with 1,000,000 lines of C. But don't expect me to read the C, I couldn't. And don't think I'll have to write 10,000 lines of Forth. Just give me the specs of the problem, and documentation of the interface.
My Conclusion

colorForth's incredibly small applications provide new estimates of their overstated complexity.

"In the seven days preceding last night's deal, our nation's debt increased by $54.1 billion. And now our 'leaders' are touting as 'historic' the $38.

"In the seven days preceding last night's deal, our nation's debt increased by $54.1 billion. And now our 'leaders' are touting as 'historic' the $38.5 billion in spending cuts for the rest of fiscal year 2011," Tea Party Patriots co-founder Mark Meckler said in a written statement Saturday. "Leadership requires bold, visionary action in times of crisis. Are we getting bold, visionary leadership in Washington, D.C.? We think the numbers speak for themselves."

overspending by government dems evil bastards

bachmann awesome

O'Reilly: Glenn Beck is No ‘Anti-Christ’ Sunday, 10 Apr 2011 11:45 AM By Hiram Reisner Share: More . . . A A | Email U

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Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly says while his colleague Glenn Beck’s announcement he is leaving his program has caused “great joy among some uber-liberals,” it just shows they are basically against free speech and “anything Beck.” O’Reilly also wrote on his website that unknowledgeable people just listening to the “left-wing media,” would think “Glenn Beck is the anti-Christ.”

“My pal Glenn Beck is leaving his program on the Fox News Channel later this year. This has caused great joy among some uber-liberals who object to free speech as well as to anything Beck,” O’Reilly wrote. “When you get past all the rubbish, Glenn Beck is really Norm, the guy on the sitcom ‘Cheers.’ He sits on a symbolic barstool and vents. He sees bad things happening to his country and objects. Because his rap is so interesting, millions of Americans want to hear it. So what on earth is wrong with that?

“If you just got off the plane from Mongolia and dialed into the left-wing U.S. media, you might think Glenn Beck is the anti-Christ,” he continued. “The hue and cry about Beck is downright hysterical.”

O’Reilly wrote ideologues on both sides of the fence do not like hearing opinions that are not their own.

“And if someone is successfully bloviating views that differ from their orthodoxy, they go ballistic. And Glenn Beck is certainly successful,” he said. “Remember, he's the guy who exposed Obama's ‘green jobs czar,’ Van Jones, as a communist sympathizer and 9/11 ‘truther.’ Jones said a quick goodbye before the White House door hit him in the butt,” O’Reilly said. “Beck also drove a campaign against the ACORN group that was taking taxpayer dollars and using them to commit voter fraud in some places. Subsequently, Congress defunded ACORN.”

O’Reilly said Beck will have the last laugh.

“His media empire is now so expansive, he doesn't need the daily grind of TV news analysis. The guy has a hot website, ‘The Blaze,’ has a syndicated radio program, even has an imprint at a prestigious publishing house,” he wrote. “Plus, his speaking fees could considerably reduce the national debt.

“So three cheers for Glenn Beck — aka Norm — a regular American who loves his country and is willing to suffer the slings and arrows to make his voice heard. We'll miss seeing him as much on Fox News, but his voice will still resonate throughout the media,” he added. “And, to those who respect Glenn Beck, that's all that really matters.”

irc comedy in cat-v

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[01:14] smalltalk considered harmful?
[01:14] <__20h__> EthanG, script kiddie. :P
[01:14] bah XD
[01:15] <__20h__> curious_page, I like brackets.
[01:15] oh?
[01:18] <__20h__> curious_page, I really like brackets.
[01:18] <__20h__> I still don't consider interpreted languages to be worth today.
[01:19] <__20h__> They did too much harm to our environment.
[01:19] even for web?
[01:19] hmm
[01:19] <__20h__> The Web should be written in C.
[01:19] <__20h__> All web pages using some scripting language are in prototype stage.
[01:19] <__20h__> The end-product is always written in C.
[01:19] <__20h__> C++ is a prototyping language too.
[01:19] hmm
[01:20] does it work nicely?
[01:20] <__20h__> C works nicely, if you can handle it.
[01:20] I have a copy of the k+r
[01:20] but many say something else better for web page
[01:21] <__20h__> curious_page, that's because it's harder.
[01:21] ah
[01:21] <__20h__> You have to write more glue for the web.
[01:21] <__20h__> The scripting languages have extended libraries and features for making it easier to produce a web page.
[01:21] <__20h__> But there is no sense in wasting resources.
[01:22] <__20h__> If the African population gets full Internet access, web pages have to scale even more.
[01:22] <__20h__> But we can add more hardware and inefficient load-balancing.
[01:23] what is it like to know c?
[01:23] I dont know it yet.
[01:23] <__20h__> curious_page, you feel superior to EthanG.
[01:24] <__20h__> And his brothers and his ghetto gang.
[01:24] <__20h__> Then you get all the chicks and they get none.
[01:24] this one guy wrote a webserver called hiawatha in c
[01:24] thats really cool I think
[01:24] 1 guy and c
[01:24] bam!
[01:24] <__20h__> No, actually, if you know C, you know another language, which is really useful.
[01:24] he uses php for his pet web framework tho
[01:25] <__20h__> Yeah, because he's copying models.
[01:25] <__20h__> There is no sane way to allow the stupid user to compile their website, without exposing the system libraries.
[01:25] <__20h__> A »framework« is missing.
[01:25] <__20h__> Althought, frameworks shouldn't be created anymore, they only lessen your freedom.
[01:25] <__20h__> You can use libraries, but frameworks force you into a certain environment.
[01:26] uriel mentions lib task
[01:26] I wonder if that could be used to make a nice web server.
[01:26] <__20h__> You can make a webserver with just your local libc.
[01:27] <__20h__> But you won't do it, if you don't start.
[01:28] true
[01:28] has anyone made some kind of webserver
[01:28] where the broswer sort fo nfs mounts the webserver fielsystem
[01:28] <__20h__> I think we have done many daemons.
[01:29] and the web calls beocme file mvoements using nfs or something similar?
[01:29] <__20h__> curious_page, sounds like a stupid design.
[01:29] <__20h__> Your requests will be based on NFS latency.
[01:29] why do
[01:29] oh
[01:29] hm
[01:29] it seems it would take care of th ewhole session problem
[01:29] <__20h__> If you think of a single functionality, try to imagine, that all Chinese try to access this feature at once.
[01:29] much liek they try to now with continuations
[01:29] <__20h__> Would it work?
[01:30] hmmm
[01:30] maybe not
[01:30] <__20h__> See, then make it work for all the Chinese.
[01:30] unles slots fo file descritors allowed in linux config
[01:30] ok
[01:30] <__20h__> You will need locking or atomized operations.
[01:30] on linux can 9p be used instead of nfs?
[01:30] is is way faster?
[01:30] <__20h__> curious_page, have you actually written the C code?
[01:30] no
[01:31] only liek first few exercises in k+r
[01:31] <__20h__> Being horny to use some technology won't help you in writing C code.
[01:31] <__20h__> Your web server problem is a simple one, but adding certain protocols is a difficult one.
[01:32] <__20h__> You will have concurrency and race conditions.
[01:32] :(
[01:32] <__20h__> You should start with something single-threaded and move on to select()/poll() based servers.
[01:32] <__20h__> Many programmers never made it beyond select()/poll().
[01:32] <__20h__> But you can do nearly everything with it.
[01:32] on linux nginx etc use epoll
[01:32] problem is tho you need one of those per cpu
[01:32] <__20h__> But that's just the interface.
[01:33] <__20h__> If you use the interfaces, you know how to apply them.
[01:33] aolserver is threaded and can use 16 cpu from 1 aolserver
[01:33] hm
[01:33] <__20h__> curious_page, your »special knowledge« sounds like an excited amateur, without you having written the C code yourself.
[01:34] are select and poll coveren in k+r or wil tha tbe further into unix?
[01:34] <__20h__> Use Google.
[01:34] it sounds correct I am amatuer
[01:34] :(
[01:34] <__20h__> »select tutorial C«.
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[01:59] Wait, what's all this about dictatorship of programming projects?
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[02:04] curious_page: Go already has a pretty good web server
[02:07] actually, Go is perfect to build the kind of single-binary-zero-configuration http server I want to bundle with werc
[02:09] something uriel does *not* hate o_o
[02:10] uriel: would you distribute a binary or Go code?
[02:10] yes
[02:10] been considering bundling 9base binaries for some time..
[02:12] uriel: i'm currently writing a concurrent IRC server in Go
[02:13] aiju: cool
[02:17] curious_page: get The Unix Programming Environment
[02:17] no bullcrap about poll and select idioticy there
[02:17] hell, get the Lions book
[02:17] or the fucking Plan 9 man pages
[02:18] select/poll are like mmap and other such abominations grafted onto Unix by crackhead morons that never understood shit about unix
[02:18] oh, and sockets
[02:19] when I pass by Berkley I'm going to set up some fires...
[02:21] uriel: what's the problem with select/epoll? That you should use threading instead?
[02:21] *FACEPALM*
[02:22] because of course there always was 'threading' on unix
[02:22] (and on Plan 9)
[02:23] god fucking christ, what's the problem with communism? should we implement fascism instead?
[02:23] uriel: so, what do you suggest?
[02:24] getting a clue
[02:24] and before one starts pusshing around 'solutions', to figure out what the fucking problem is
[02:25] having multiple connections?
[02:25] By "threading" I mean any mechanism by which multiple blocking operations can be done in parallel.
[02:25] you fucking morons are talking about unix and you never heard of proceses?
[02:26] god fucking christ, why are you wasting my fucking time?
[02:26] even apache got this shit right twoenty fucking years ago
[02:27] forking a copy is ok for a webserver but e.g. for databases not so possible
[02:27] taruti: go fuck yourself and your fucking 'databases'
[02:27] that we have to put up with such innane idiotic comments in this channel is mind-boggling
[02:28] shouldn't you people be in #solaris or something?
[02:28] haha
[02:28] or wirting Factory classes in J2EE projects or other such shit?
[02:29] because after all, that is the only possible way to build software this days
[02:29] sorry for being such a moron, but how do you have processes communicate while they block?
[02:29] you don't?
[02:30] will you ask next how you make your laoptop give you a blowjob?
[02:30] simple problem: remote terminal, you have to watch for input from remote and from local
[02:30] simple answer: go fucking inform yourself about how the universe was able to function before the fucking morons in Berkeley started to pollute unix with turds
[02:31] what is next? somebody asking how can one upgrade software without having dynamic linking?
[02:31] are you all gone fucking total retard? or are you all trolling me?
[02:31] because I got to sleep
[02:31] or maybe "how can I reuse code without class inheritance?"
[02:32] Are you on your period or something?
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[02:32] uhu?
[02:32] I think I'm being *WAY* too nice
[02:32] given the kind of rubish people have been writting around here
[02:33] but now I got to sleep
[02:34] aiju: idea for that remote terminal thing: a single controlling process that reads commands from a file, with two helper processes that read input from remote and local, then send messages to the controller.
[02:34] Although this doesn't seem very simple.
[02:34] Athas: actually i've been stupid
[02:35] just have two processes read from one end and write to another
[02:36] an IRC server should be more fun
[02:36] but IRC is probably just considered harmful
[02:36] An IRC server needs to scale to thousands of connections.
[02:36] In UNIX, the universal interface is the shell.
[02:36] Athas: just get more hardware
[02:37] Ideally, your shell isn't a bloated mess.
[02:37] But what about serving a billion connections?
[02:37] Simple: Don't.
[02:38] so why do you irc if you consider that harmfull?
[02:38] taruti: that was sarcasm
[02:38] Simply refusing to scale is not very ambitious.
[02:38] UNIX is not very ambitious.
[02:38] What is the point of simplicity if you just end up making something that does less, and badly too?
[02:39] Athas: and is actually more complicated
[02:39] In doing less, you make tools.
[02:39] In making tools, you do more.
[02:39] Yeah, I'd say that a network of multiple servers is more complicated than a single server running properly written software.
[02:39] Properness is relative.
[02:40] In UNIX, you are improper.
[02:40] Are you saying UNIX is about inefficient programming?
[02:40] [03-48-08]#cat-v @: In UNIX, the universal interface is the shell.
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[02:41] If your shell is slow, well nuts.
[02:41] Rather, I should say /your/ shell.
[02:41] The interface is not the system.
[02:42] Right, the system is built from the simple interface.
[02:44] Wait, are you implying a hackers project shouldn't be used in production?
[02:49] i'm really wondering how an IRC server built on processes would look like
[02:51] SmoothPorcupine: the shell was never the interface for everything
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[02:55] The shell is nothing without tools.
[02:57] i wonder whether his rant also applies to alt()/select{}
[03:01] As long as you don't write to anything but standard output, your binary can be constructed however you wish.

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Saturday, April 9, 2011

RSC Offers Budget Plan with $9.1 Trillion in Cuts Read more on RSC Offers Budget Plan with $9.1 Trillion in Cuts Important: Do You Suppo

rand paul rocks lets dump energy department

paul graham rocks

forth's dilemma's_Dilemma.htm

it is more important that congress remain repub that president

clinton proved this

dems greedy shitheads

Friday, April 8, 2011

israel should be disbanded

Rush: Trump Providing Blueprint For Victory; Relentlessly Go At Obama

bachman optimistic about avoiding shutdown should dems become more reasonable

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Health care giant Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $70 million to settle civil and criminal charges of bribing doctors in Europe

Dems Furious After Vote Change Gives Lead to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice

Dems Furious After Vote Change Gives Lead to Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice


April 5: Supporters for Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate JoAnne Kloppenburg cheer while watch election results in Madison, Wis.

Democrats in Wisconsin were crying foul Friday after a significant vote-count change in the hotly contested Supreme Court election gave the conservative incumbent the lead in a race that could decide the fate of the state's new divisive collective bargaining law.

Waukesha County Clerk Kathy Nickolaus said it was "human error" that resulted in more than 14,000 votes from her predominantly GOP county not being reported on Tuesday. The corrected totals gave conservative Justice David Prosser a 7,500-vote lead, according to unofficial tallies, and undid the earlier likelihood of a recount.

Rep. Peter Barca, Democratic Assembly minority leader, said Nickolaus' revelation "raises disturbing questions, particularly in light of her partisan history."

"The new Supreme Court race vote totals she 'discovered' during canvassing not only swung the election but also put the race just barely past the amount needed to trigger a state-financed recount," he said in a statement.

"It doesn't instill confidence in her competence or integrity," he said, adding that the mistake could warrant an investigation.

Liberal groups also howled in protest.

"There is a history of secrecy and partisanship surrounding the Waukesha county clerk and there remain unanswered questions," Scot Ross, director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now, said in a statement.

But Republican state Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald told Fox News he believes Nickolaus made a mistake.

"The canvas process in Wisconsin is pretty routine after an election happens," he said, "and, in the many that I have been involved in over the years, certainly there are changes to the vote totals that come in on election night."

Fitzgerald noted that Grant County had added more than 100 votes for challenger JoAnne Kloppenberg after the initial count.

Prosser had faced a surprisingly strong challenge from Kloppenburg, a little-known assistant state attorney general who drew last-minute support -- and significant get-out-the-vote efforts -- from opponents of Gov. Scott Walker's push to limit union power as part of a budget-balancing plan.

"I like to think that I have survived a nuclear firestorm of criticism and attack and smear," Prosser told Fox News Thursday night. "As far as I'm concerned, if these results hold up, I will be the winner."

Prosser added that he is waiting out the process.

"I'm not conceding, and I'm not congratulating. And I'm not claiming victory," he said.

Prosser said the race should not be considered a referendum on Walker or any legislation that may end up at the court.

The fate of that law, which is facing legal challenges, could end up before the state Supreme Court, where Prosser or Kloppenberg could tip the balance. On Thursday, the state attorney general sought expedited review from the state's high court.

Opponents of the law had hoped a Kloppenburg victory would set the stage for the high court to strike it down.

Fitzgerald said he didn't want to predict the outcome of the law regardless of who's in the justice's seat, but he would be pleased if Prosser held the post.

"I wouldn't want to make any presumptions on what the Supreme Court might do. But, certainly, I think, you know, having Justice Prosser there, I think he has been a strong voice for the law, and a strong voice for Wisconsin for many, many years, and, I obviously, I'm certainly hopeful that the vote totals hold up for Justice Prosser, after the canvas is completed," he said.

Nickolaus apologized Thursday for the error, saying the most significant error occurred when she entered but did not save totals from the city of Brookfield, a suburb of Milwaukee.

"This is not a case of extra votes or extra ballots being found," Nickolaus said. "This is human error, which I apologize for."

Kloppenburg's campaign manager, Melissa Mulliken, demanded a full explanation of how the error occurred and said an open records request for all relevant documents would be filed.

Ramona Kitzinger, the vice chair of Waukesha County Democratic party who observed the canvass, said she is satisfied the numbers are now correct.

"We went over everything and made sure all the numbers jibed up and they did," she said.

The Government Accountability Board, which is in charge of overseeing Wisconsin's elections, will review Waukesha County's numbers to verify the totals, said agency director Kevin Kennedy.

Kennedy said it was unfortunate the clerk didn't double-check the data before releasing it to the media. Kennedy also said such mistakes are known to happen but that "we just don't see them of this magnitude."

Nickolaus has faced criticism before for her handling of elections and previously worked 13 years for a state GOP caucus that was controlled by Prosser when he was Assembly speaker in 1995 and 1996. She was given immunity from prosecution in a 2002 criminal investigation into illegal activity by members of the caucus where she worked as a data analyst and computer specialist.

The corruption probe took down five legislative leaders, all of whom reached plea deals. Nickolaus resigned from her state job in 2002 just before launching her county clerk campaign.

Nickolaus also has been criticized by the Waukesha County Board for her handling of past elections and lack of oversight in her operations.

An audit of Nickolaus' handling of the 2010 election found she needed to take steps to improve security and backup procedures, including not sharing passwords. The audit was requested after the county's director of administration said Nickolaus had been uncooperative with attempts to have county experts review her systems and confirm backups were in place.

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Thursday, April 7, 2011

I am voting for the donald

trump calls out obama birth cert missing not born here

awesome programming quite

unlike physical science, computer science there is not all that much difference between what I can build and what I can imagine.

The constraints of building large software systems are the limitations of our own minds.

smalltalk books

smalltalk getting the message

juice diet adn quiet no anger

friend lost 4 pounds 4 days and said dosn't even care not much food

jucie 2x a day 1 or 2 glass

nothing more



step outside self and release anger

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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Illegal Immigrants Protest for Access to Higher Education

Labor Rally Speaker: Reform Will Happen ‘Over Thousands of Dead Bodies’

Labor Rally Speaker: Reform Will Happen ‘Over Thousands of Dead Bodies’

Picking-Up Where ACORN Left Off: SEIU Targets Banks With Intimidation Tactics in Latest Class Warfare Battle

Picking-Up Where ACORN Left Off: SEIU Targets Banks With Intimidation Tactics in Latest Class Warfare Battle

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Washington Post and CBS receiving money from Obamacare slush fund

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Ryan: Debt on Track to Hit 800 Percent of GDP; 'CBO Can't Conceive of Any Way' Economy Can Continue Past 2037

democrats are bitter enemy of america

go gov walker in WI !!!

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

why is everyone in comuting so fucked in the head?

1 don't let java or ruby developers use these bloated shitbag tools
2 don't use proprietary software
3 don't use popular os cuz shitty expensive vendors support it like redhat
4 spend your money on developers and commodity ahrdware and bandwidth
5 use load balancing and ldap and software raid
6 don't use virtualization
7 if you can get fewer more powerful boxen
8 pay fewer developers over market and promote from within
9 don't use ms office
10 use free os desktop like icewm
11 use openbsd or archlinux
12 dont use a realtional db, and if you do use firebird or psotgresql
13 build your own tools, and strive for simplicity over everything
14 document with plain text no shitty graphic shit like flow chart bullshit, at msot allow html tags, with basic hand coded html
15 teach your people few basic tags of html and use that not a wiki
16 use apartments

maybe pre tag does work in blogger

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this is soem text that should not be formatted

more delicious lisp reads

SICP = Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs

PCL = Practical Common Lisp =

GENTLE = Common Lisp: A Gentle Introduction to Symbolic Computation


read read read gosh not enuf hours to workout n read


Monday, April 4, 2011

tsunami! whirlpool!