Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Boycott Amazon

It turns out that Amazon.com’s Cloud service is being used by Wikileaks to get around attempts to disrupt their publishing of thousands of sensitive diplomatic documents. A clear and blatant breaking of international law, an act of espionage against the United States of America.

WikiLeaks is finding some safe haven with online retailer Amazon.com following a series of hacker attacks, reports indicate. The anti-secrecy website, which says it's come under cyberattack since publishing a large collection of U.S. diplomatic cables Sunday, has tapped Amazon's cloud computing business to host data, according to the Wall Street Journal and other media.

An act that has resulted in a international warrant (wanted notice) for the arrest of Julian Assange the founder of Wikileaks. This is an action that can not be condoned by any American we must take action to force Amazon to cease giving aid to the criminal organization run by Assange. I also call for a boycott of all newspapers that betrayed the public’s trust by giving Assange a public forum to promote himself/website and allowing him to attempt to embarrass us by disseminating our dealings within the international stage, exposing only what is a vital and necessary part of being a world leader . Assange is a “stateless foreign agent” as far as I’m concern and those who aid him in his attacks on our nation need to be brought to justice and charged with treason and if convicted given the maximum sentence applicable. 

All this is void if Amazon has already done the right thing, The NY Times however needs to give up their source from Wikileaks and turn over any and all information they have on Assange and his organization.

Correction/clarification: The Interpol warrant stems from rape charges Assange has denied, These charges first came to light after the release of Wikileaks’ “Collateral Murder” video and it looks like they are just now getting around to charging him. Very Interesting.  I made a grammatical correction or two as well.

Update: At least two other bloggers are joining me in a call to Boycott Amazon along with a writer from the Seattle PI. (Amazon is based in Seattle)

Visit WyBlog and ConservativeHideout and read the PI’s Blog.

I learned of my compatriots via the Seattle Weekly’s post expressing thinly veiled displeasure at such calls.


Update 2: Amazon Boycott called off! Amazon did the right thing and has I mentioned above my call for a boycott is now void. But the New York Times is not off the hook yet.

Someone call CPS!

OK I know its just a game but while reading the list of latest update fixes for “The Sims3” I found this little gem

  • Fixed an issue that caused Sims to leave their Toddler inside a bar at closing time.

It made me laugh :)

bar hopping toddler

They start so young these days.

Sunday, November 21, 2010

don’t let the thumbnail fool ya.

Naya´s erster Besuch in der Video-Live-Show

I warned you!


Sunday Music: I’m Ready

By Allison Weiss

Yes She was one of the three Beautiful Women I spent a few hours with last Sunday.

And I’ve already done a post for Lelia So I’ll just need one for Bess

Saturday, November 20, 2010

A Handy Guide to…

The Female Body

or at least a certain part of it


HT: A friend of my niece via Facebook.

Friday, November 19, 2010

Quote of the Day

T.G.I. Every Single Day

Allison Weiss (look for her on Sunday)

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Next time you fly

Fly Neckid*

*The official internet slang word for nude

HT:Doug at KisP

Monday, November 15, 2010


Drugs take everything, then they take you…

Lost a friend today.

Sunday Concert: Quest for Glory Tour

Here is Lelia Broussard singing Masquerade,
I’ll post more after work
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Ok, has promised, Here is more!
Lelia Broussard Bess Rogers and Allison Weiss on the west coast leg of their Quest for Glory tour stopped in Seattle. They played in a very small venue with poor lighting, There was just no way I could take 400 pictures from the front row with a flash, but with the help of one of the three professional photographers*  I was able to set my camera to it best possible low light setting. The dark grainy look is kind of artsy (that’s what I’m telling anyone who complains)
Bess Rogers
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And Allison Weiss

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*I’m the guy in the blue shirt looking down (thru my camera)
Update: If you missed it don’t worry, all the videos I made are here its almost like being there.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Quote of the day

God watches over the drunkard and the fool. I’m doubly blessed

Some guy in a bar

Sunday Music: Stolen Car

Beth Orton

When I listen to Beth I can get so in the music I forget where I’m at.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

235 today

Happy Birthday US Marines

Their current mission is the same as their first mission

In 1805, the United States government refused to continue paying Barbary Coast pirates to refrain from raiding American merchant ships.  
When negotiations for a treaty failed, President Thomas Jefferson assembled an expeditionary force of Marines to respond.  
Lieutenant Presley O'Bannon and his Marines marched across 600 miles of the Libyan Desert to successfully storm the fortified Tripolitan city of Derna and rescue the kidnapped crew of the USS Philadelphia.  
The Marines’ victory helped Prince Hamet Bey reclaim his rightful throne as ruler of Tripoli. In gratitude, he presented his Mameluke sword to Lt O’Bannon.  
This famous sword became part of the officer uniform in 1825, and remains the oldest ceremonial weapon in use by United States forces today.  
The Battle of Derna was the Marines' first battle on foreign soil, and is notably recalled in the first verse of the Marines’ Hymn: "From the Halls of Montezuma to the shores of Tripoli, we fight our country’s battles in the air, on land and sea."

Monday, November 8, 2010

Obviously the president is not a Kenyan.

Well that statement in and of its self seems not to be the issue, a kind of deflection from what was a truly embarrassing moment for our President in India this week,

There was an odd little moment with Spice Jet founder Bhupendra Kansagra when President Obama spoke to CEOs Saturday in Mumbai.

MR. KANSAGRA:  Thank you.  Welcome, Mr. President, to India.  As a fellow Kenyan, I’m very proud to see that you have made --
THE PRESIDENT:  Made something of myself.  (Laughter.)
MR. KANSAGRA: -- India as the focus of your drive for exports out of the U.S.
Obviously the president is not a Kenyan. One supposes Mr. Kansagra meant "of Kenyan ancestry" or something.
- Jake Tapper

No Jake, This President is not a foreign born national, He his the son of a migrant student from Kenya. But don’t you think its more telling that this President yields to his irresistible  drive to make everything about him?

Sunday, November 7, 2010

In case you missed it

This is what Nov. 2nd was all about.

Sunday Music: Life was Beautiful

The Green Children

The Green Children  are activist in a global cause of providing low interest loans to 3rd world peoples to improve and expand their local economies. A cause I support.

The Green Children Foundation is committed to helping the poor of the world. We are proud to be working with Professor Muhammad Yunus, winner of the 2006 Nobel Peace Prize, supporting microloans, education and healthcare. In May 2008 we opened the Grameen Green Children Eye Hospital, which is working towards giving 10,000 blind people their sight back per year. Learn more about our work and the power of small loans to help the poor.

Saturday, November 6, 2010

Finding the obvious

Two post from the Olyblog a leftist blog in our states capital, home of Rachel Cory and countless other far left radicals.

Although these posts really have nothing to do with politics or even ideology their placement seems to provide its own answer.


 first post, second post

Wednesday, November 3, 2010

Don’t slouch


This official White House photograph is being made available only for publication by news organizations and/or for personal use printing by the subject(s) of the photograph. The photograph may not be manipulated in any way and may not be used in commercial or political materials, advertisements, emails, products, promotions that in any way suggests approval or endorsement of the President, the First Family, or the White House.

Not to worry, I neither approve nor endorse this President. I do however think the White House is great

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

This is great

OK I saw this yesterday but didn’t watch it till today, and it’s about an event that happened last year. But I think its about as brilliant as they come. Enjoy

HT: Theo Sparks

Don’t forget to vote

Because they are voting too…

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