Friday, June 09, 2006

Dog Feces Left at Congresswoman's Office

Republican U.S. Rep. Marilyn Musgrave's re-election campaign was already heated, and it just got smelly as well: Her staff accused a Democratic activist Thursday of leaving an envelope full of dog feces at Musgrave's Greeley office.

Musgrave spokesman Shaun Kenney said someone stuffed the envelope through the mail slot in the door on May 31 and then sped away in a car. Kenney said most of the preprinted return address was blacked out, but staffers used the nine-digit ZIP code to trace it to Kathleen Ensz, a Weld County Democratic volunteer.

Ensz told The Associated Press she left the envelope at Musgrave's office but said it "wasn't in the office doors, it was in the foyer." Asked what she meant by the act, she declined comment.

Thursday, June 08, 2006

"Doc, I don't understand what's going on with me. It's really strange, sometimes I feel like a teepee." The doctor thinks about it for a while and then urges the man to continue. So, the man continues, "And sometimes I feel like a wigwam." To which the doctor says, "I wouldn't worry about it Fred. You're just two tents."
It is said that the limbic system of the brain controls the four Fs: Feeding, Fighting, Fleeing and Reproduction.
Why do women have vaginas? So men will talk to them.

For the women of Iraq, the war is just beginning

By Terri Judd in Basra

Published: 08 June 2006

Many women had their heads shaved for refusing to wear a scarf or have been stoned in the street for wearing make-up. Others have been kidnapped and murdered for crimes that are being labelled simply as "inappropriate behaviour". One Basra woman, known only as Dr Kefaya, was working in the women and children's hospital unit at the city university when she started receiving threats from extremists. She defied them. Then, one day a man walked into the building and murdered her. Fatwas banning women from driving or being seen out alone are regularly issued.

(Aw, shucks. Those rascals are still at it. Just when we think we make a little progress, here we go again with another Fatwa. How did that word ever get introduced into our lexicon here in Georgia, USA? Fatwa. Jihad. We're suddenly speaking their language. These are the most backwards people on Spaceship Earth, barring maybe a few tribes along the Amazon or in Papua. Even the tribes along the Amazon, primitive though they may be, recognize God's special gift bestowed upon women, that of childbirth. There are no other people in our civilized world today that treat their women and children worse than Islamists. The lower castes of untouchable Indians have a better deal than these poor humans. But yet, the liberal mindset in America says "Cut & Run", and tells us we should abandon our mission of introducing our way of life, our democracy, to these downtrodden, abused people. I agree with Ann Coulter when she says, 'We should invade their countries, kill their leaders and convert them to Christianity. We weren't punctilious about locating and punishing only Hitler and his top officers. We carpet-bombed German cities; we killed civilians. That's war. And this is war.' That's right, we should.)

Tuesday, June 06, 2006

A disembodied head floats into a bar one afternoon and tells the bartender, "I'd like a beer, please." The bartender draws up a draught beer and sits it down in front of the head. The head begins to sip at its beer and with each swallow, more and more of his neck, torso, hips, arms and legs begin to appear. Soon the beer is finished and the head now has an entire body all the way to the ground. He's overjoyed at this development and orders another beer. As soon as he takes his first drink there's an audible "POOF" and he disappears completely. The bartender looks on sadly and says to the rest of his customers, "He should have quit while he was ahead."

Lawyer: Government says terror plans included beheading

Canadian prime minister allegedly the target

"The allegations are that my client is alleged to have been part of a plot to blow up parliament buildings in Canada, storm the CBC [Canadian Broadcasting Corp.], take over the CBC, as well as, among other things, behead the prime minister," said Gary Batasar, lawyer for defendant Steven Vikash Chand, 25.

(In a sort of flashback or homage to Jerry Seinfeld, my mind raced out the thought, 'What's with these Muslims and their beheadings these days? I mean really, what's up with that?' I guess I should go on about their women, all claiming to be Canadian citizens while fully wrapped in that heavy black Saran Wrap sort of thing their pseudo-fantasy-religion requires of them. All over the world Muslims, Islamists, whatever they're calling themselves at the moment, they're emigrating like mad from their own horrid, oppressive and ugly tyrannical countries so that they may have a better life for themselves and their families and then, they start to blow shit up. So far it seems to be a pretty good plan for them. They're hated and despised wherever they are, even by each other. WTG Muslims!)
What's that in the road, ahead?

(I love these Sunnis & Shiite's more with each passing day. They practice some sort of weird religion that make our L Ron Hubbard Dianetic friends in Los Angeles look positively normal. There are more Imams per square mile of Arab terriotory than there are cockroaches in southern Georgia and they're all about as equally sophisticated and educated as the cockroaches they resemble. They each have their own Jim Jones-like cult of goat herding followers and they each profess to be the be all, end all of the Islamic teaching of Muhammed because they have some sort of particular special knowledge.

Put in front of a camera, they will always babble on about some sort of "God Willing" nonsense and the majority of the time will profess peaceful intent for the good of all mankind. Turn off the camera for a moment and they will beat their women senseless, fly into religious rages and fervors that make a western Kentucky snake handler seem like a pretty reasonable fellow to have as a neighbor and then kill anything in their path in the name of Allah. None of them see any incongruity in any of this behavior and none of them seem to think that they will come out as anything but winners in the end.

Not many of them have ever travelled to another part of their own tiny region much less anywhere else in the world. They couldn't find the State of Georgia, USA on a globe if it was highlighted in day-glo orange and could really give a shit less.

They are a marvel to behold in their own ignorance as they go about their murderous rage, beheading each other for whatever the reason of the day happens to be.

Now, that's entertainment!)

Monday, June 05, 2006

(I thought Clitoraid was a citrus drink, sort of like limeade. I guess not. I asked my darling bride if I could adopt a clitoris or even two. I'm not sure her snide little comment regarding not knowing where the one that has lived with me for 15 years was totally necessary. Spare me all that, please. OH, these are brought to you by our friends, The Raelians, the same folk who brought us human clones and a very funky looking lady to do their PR and announcments.)

Man killed after firing on police...Police spokesman Jason Gagnon said police were called to a home on North Hairston Road about 2 p.m. for “trouble unknown.” Gagnon said an officer was met by a man waving his arms outside the home. Another man then fired shots at the officer, and the officer returned fire.

A Morrow man was killed Monday night when his car crossed the centerline and hit an oncoming car head-on, police said. Clayton County police Assistant Chief Jeff Turner said Andre Varnard Henderson, 34, was traveling westbound on Panola Road about 8:40 p.m. Monday when he crossed a double yellow centerline. Witnesses told police Henderson, driving a 2000 Nissan Altima, was speeding.

A man was killed Monday morning when he lost control of his car and struck a mailbox in Cobb County, police said. Edward Ferguson — whose age and hometown were not available — was headed north on Terrell Mill Road shortly before 8 a.m. when he lost control of his Honda Accord while turning a curve, police said. Ferguson overcorrected, causing his car to spin around and hit a stone block mailbox in the 400 block of Terrell Mill Road between Paper Mill and Lower Roswell roads, said Cpl. Dana Pierce.

Four men were killed early Sunday morning when they were ejected from a car after it crashed in southeast Atlanta, police said. Authorities believe the driver of the car was speeding while he headed south in the 2100 block of Moreland Avenue about 2:30 a.m. The driver lost control, ran off the road and into an embankment where the car overturned, said Officer Steve Coleman. Three of the men were identified by the Fulton County medical examiner’s office as Miguel Reyes-Frausto, 20; Jose Hernandez-Morales, 22; and Fermin Morales-Hernandez, 21. The name of the fourth man was withheld while authorities try to contact his next of kin.

Two people were killed Sunday night in Cobb County after their car ran off the road, overturned and struck a tree, police said. Police said Jose Guadalupe Ramirez, 25, of Dallas was speeding west on Macland Road near the Paulding County line when he lost control of his Mercury Cougar while trying to pass several other vehicles in a no passing zone. The car spun out of control, rotating counterclockwise, before it left the road, turned on its roof and struck a tree, said Cobb police Cpl. Dana Pierce. Ramirez died at the scene, as did a passenger who was sitting in the back seat. He was identified as Raul De la Paz, 23, of Dallas. Two other passengers who were in the car at the time were also injured. They declined treatment at the scene, Pierce said.

Two teenage brothers and a middle-age woman preparing to enjoy the Memorial Day weekend drowned Friday in two Georgia lakes. “We were told they were trying to touch the bottom,” Cook said, who noted that the water at the dock was about 10 feet deep.

58-year-old child porn suspect kills self...A 58-year-old Winder man shot and killed himself Monday afternoon as authorities arrived to arrest him on a failure to appear in court charge, the FBI said. Summerville was arrested a year ago at his former residence in Lawrenceville on four counts of possession of child pornography. His trial in a federal court was scheduled to begin last week, but he did not appear in court, said the FBI.

A 21-year-old Villa Rica woman was killed Sunday morning when the car she was in was rear-ended on I-20 as her friend stopped to check on a vehicle stalled in the middle of the highway, police said.

A 30-year-old man was fatally shot in the parking lot of a DeKalb County church Friday night in what police was a drug-related slaying, police said. Authorities said an unidentified man in a grey car drove by and shot Menes Kori Temple outside the Bethesda Cathedral on Austin Drive about 9:30 p.m.

(Welcome to Atlanta.)
Washington – The grand jury investigation of 4th District Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney enters its third month today with no hint from the federal prosecutor about how much longer it will take to settle a case that legal experts said should have been wrapped up in a matter of days.

What most angers the police about the McKinney case is that it involves an assault — no matter how minor — of a police officer. Police reported that McKinney hit an officer in the chest after he failed to recognize her as a member of Congress and tried to stop her from going around a security checkpoint, something members of Congress and their aides are typically allowed to do.

"It's obviously frustrating for us," said Andy Maybo, head of the Capitol Hill police union. "This sends out the message that it's OK to hit a police officer — and it's not, regardless of who you are."

In legal terms, McKinney's case "is as simple as you can get," said George Washington University legal expert Jonathan Turley. Usually anyone who hits a police officer is immediately arrested on felony charges, police and legal experts said.

(I just realized how scary that picture is. Resized up suddenly with Lightbox, it's as if she came of the screen at me. That is a very frightening, angry, frustrated woman and I'd as soon she stay right there on that screen.)
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2 found dead inside deflated balloon

LUTZ, Florida (AP) -- Two college students were found dead inside a large, deflated helium balloon after apparently pulling it down and crawling inside it, officials said.

"It was more a fun thing they thought they were doing," said Linda Rydman, whose daughter was found dead. "You know how you blow up the balloon and suck the helium."
Imam Qamrul Khanson said, "I have faith that they have done a thorough investigation," Khanson said of authorities. "But just the possession of (3 metric tonnes of) ammonium nitrate doesn't prove that they have done anything wrong.

A government official, speaking on condition of anonymity because of the ongoing investigation, said Web surfing and e-mail among the suspects led to the start of the probe in 2004. The 17 suspects represent a spectrum of Canadian society, from the unemployed to the college-educated. The 12 adults live in Toronto, Mississauga and Kingston, Ontario. Police said the suspects, all citizens or residents of Canada, had trained together.

Two suspects, Mohammed Dirie, 22, and Yasim Abdi Mohamed, 24, already are in an Ontario prison serving two-year terms for possession of illegal weapons.

Neighbors said the oldest suspect, Jamal, was often home and did not seem to work regularly, although his wife drove a schoolbus. The couple has three small children, neighbors said.

Another imam, Aly Hindy, said he knew nine of the suspects and complained that Canada's spy agency, CSIS, has unfairly targeted his mosque and congregants for years."They have been harassed by CSIS agents and this is what they come up with?" Hindy said. "I'm almost sure that most of these people will be freed."

Muslim leaders voiced worries about a backlash.
Canadian police moved in on terror suspects after sting delivery of bomb materials, news report says

Police arrested 12 adults, ages 19 to 43, and five suspects younger than 18 Friday and Saturday on charges including plotting attacks with explosives on Canadian targets.

The oldest, Qayyum Abdul Jamal, led prayers at a storefront mosque attended by some 40 to 50 families down the street from his home in a middle-class neighborhood of Mississauga, west of Toronto.

Imam Qamrul Khanson said the language of Jamal's Friday night prayers had a more strident tone than other prayer leaders', but there was never any talk of terrorism or violence.

Khanson said at least three of the suspects regularly prayed at the Al-Rahman Islamic Center for Islamic Education.

"Here we always preach peace and moderation," Khanson said at the one-room mosque.

(I confess. I'm once again sick of hearing of the peace loving Islamists who enter what are traditionally anglo-saxon, Judeo-Christain countries and then proceed to tear them apart. It's happened here, Britain, Spain, France and many other places and it happens over and over again. "We preach peace and moderation.", they gush, knowing that their words are lies. The Muslims seem hell bent to blow up anything and everything. In fairness to them, they blow each other up with increasing frquency so it doesn't seem as if we're the only targets. I'm tired of Imams, mosques, fatwahs and all the other foolishness tied to this pseudo-religion. As a group, Islam and its followers are contributing nothing to the progress of the population of Spaceship Earth. Fanatics, plain and simple with no other goal than to murder innocents even at the cost of their own children. They must be stopped.)

Sunday, June 04, 2006

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip - The Palestinian standoff intensified Sunday after Hamas rejected an ultimatum and a pregnant woman was killed during a clash between the rivals' forces in Gaza. Group spokesman Abu Qusai told The Associated Press that if no agreement is reached over the Hamas militia, "we will have to take to the streets." Three bystanders were killed in a clash between Fatah and Hamas forces, and relatives of the dead gathered at the hospital where the bodies were taken and shouted anti-Hamas slogans. Masked gunmen stopped two minivans carrying students north of Baghdad Sunday, ordered the passengers off, separated Shiites from Sunni Arabs, and killed the 21 Shiites "in the name of Islam," a witness said. Violence linked to Shiite and Sunni Arab animosity has grown increasingly worse since Feb. 22, when bombs ravaged the golden dome of a revered Shiite mosque in predominantly Sunni Arab Samarra. Two of the victims were high school students, ages 17 and 18, and nine were students at al-Yarmouk University in Baqouba, ages 21-22, said Qara Tappah's mayor, Serwan Shokir. In other violence Sunday, according to police: Gunmen in a car opened fire on a minibus carrying telecommunications workers to an area near the Shiite slum of Sadr City, killing four and wounding two. Police found 16 bullet-riddled bodies in Baghdad and four in the city of Tikrit, north of the capital. Gunmen in Tikrit killed three police officers and wounded two others at a checkpoint. Gunmen broke into the home of an Iraqi army soldier, killing him, his two brothers and father and wounding his mother. Two gunmen on a motorcycle killed Muntaha Ali and her husband Helmi Yaseen in Basra, believed to be employees of a U.S. government agency. Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Sunday that Western accusations Iran seeks nuclear weapons are a "sheer lie," and he declared that attempts to punish Tehran would jeopardize the world's oil supply. Khamenei said Iran was not a threat to any country. However, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad repeatedly has questioned Israel's ight to exist and said in October the Jewish state should be "wiped off the map." Israel is believed to possess the world's sixth-largest nuclear arsenal. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei also gave the United States a strong warning that any "mistake" in its dealings with oil-rich Iran would lead to consequences for global energy supplies. "We have achieved a lot of scientific goals," Khamenei said in a speech marking the 17th anniversary of the death of Iran's Islamic revolutionary leader, Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini. "They accuse us of developing nuclear bombs. This is an absurd lie. We do not need nuclear weapons and bombs. We don't have any target to use them on. Using nuclear weapons is against Islamic rules," he said. Vandals smashed 30 windows of a Toronto mosque and damaged nearby cars after the arrest of 17 suspected al Qaeda sympathizers accused of planning bomb attacks. Canadian Muslims expressed fear on Sunday that a backlash had begun. Family and supporters said the allegations were motivated by suspicion toward Muslims. "It's going to come down to nothing, that I'm sure of," said Mohammed Abdelhaleen, whose son Shareef is among the accused. "I'm suggesting there to be no foundation, for any of them. They are playing a political game." Police said the group had acquired three tonnes of ammonium nitrate -- triple the amount used in the Oklahoma City bombing. The Canadian Security Intelligence Service said the men had become "adherents of a violent ideology inspired by al Qaeda." Canadian police foiled a homegrown terrorist attack by arresting 17 suspects, apparently inspired by al-Qaida, who obtained three times the amount of an explosive ingredient used in the Oklahoma City bombing, officials said Saturday. The adult suspects from Toronto are Chand, alias Abdul Shakur, 25; Fahim Ahmad, 21; Jahmaal James, 23; and Asin Mohamed Durrani, 19. Those from Mississauga are Ghany; Abdelhaleen; Zakaria Amara, 20; Asad Ansari, 21; Saad Khalid, 19; and Qayyum Abdul Jamal, 43.Mohammed Dirie, 22, and Yasim Abdi Mohamed, 24, are from Kingston.

(HEY, nice pseudo-religion you boys are playing with. Muslims...yeah right.)