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Tuesday, November 27, 2012

That Casey Anthony Bitch

I hate to say I told you so jury but I fucking  told you so. Now that the new evidence has come out to the light of day in this fucked up case, that was stupidly overlooked by the investigating sheriffs department in Florida,  clearly damns her with the Firefox search on her computer looking for the perfect way to suffocate someone on the day of her daughters disappearance. I don't think we need to give her even an O.J.'s benefit of the doubt anymore about her guilt.

When I heard the verdict for acquittal in the Casey Anthony trail I was shocked, then dumbfounded at how someone let alone a whole jury could be so dumb.

I have heard of reasonable doubt,  and I certainly do not like to judge,  but one look at that selfish trampy bitch and I knew she was guilty. Come on, I think everyone has met girls like her who have kids with men they don’t love, then when it comes to choosing to be a good mom, or partying all night long and looking cool jumping in every guys lap that will give her a wiggle, she will choose the wiggle over her own flesh and blood every time.

Those pictures of her partying her ass off as people still looked for her missing child was bad enough, but this latest news about the sheriff’s dept. down in Florida not seeking professional police to actually check her Firefox  searches instead of just checking unused and usually forgotten these days Internet Explorer makes me want to study law and become a prosecutor.

Once again it gets confusing who are the stupidest people in this sad saga of human depravity and intentional tragedy. My only consolation is, as it was then, that the bitch won’t even  get a job at Wal-Mart for the rest of her life! She will have to try and party on welfare wages after she pays the rent on some dump that’s low enough to take her tainted money; let alone a boyfriend low enough to want her tainted taint too.

Friday, November 23, 2012

Smoking Willie

I have been a big fan of Willie Nelson since I’ve had ears. I don’t even listen to country that much but I listen to Willie every chance I get. I went out and bought a copy of his album Heroes, and was amazed and also amused to see that the second song down, Roll Me Up And Smoke Me, also included a diverse group of music  legends in Snoop Dog, Kris Kristofferson, and Jamey  Johnson.

This is one of the things that I have always liked about Willie Nelson is his ability to not only think way outside the box , but to be also able to throw the box away entirely  so as not to be trapped within set confines , be it musically or in his private life.

You can see the wisdom and contentment these days in Nelson’s eyes,  and when he is seen hand in hand with his wife Annie D’ Angelo;  his tax problems with the IRS seem to be a past crisis that has been put aside for the happier things in life.

Willie Nelson is still on tour like he was a young rock star rather than a country legend. He tours constantly to venues that vary from large stadiums to casinos and resorts, he of course is also a strong advocate of Farm Aid and played a live rendition of Roll Me Up And Smoke Me to a roaring thankful crowd in 2011.

I think Willie Nelson appeals to the rebel in all of us who envy his tireless perseverance throughout the years to absolutely not back down when face to face with established conformity. This idealistic stamina was again in play when Nelson was busted with marijuana in 2010 at the age of 77, on the way to his Texas ranch in Austin.

There has never been a blatant condoning of the use of hard drugs in his ideology, and he has not been perceived as such by the general public or his adoring fans. Willie Nelson seems to work his magic of standing by both his ideals and integrity when talking about his marijuana use that seems to justify our sympathies for him.

Whatever the magic Willie Nelson works on the hearts of Americans from all sorts of walks of life, age, and gender,  there is no doubt in my mind that it will keep on working long after he stops working. He is and always will be one of my favorite musicians of all time.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

The Crimes of Israel and Its Self-Rightious Wars

Some things were seen by some people in advance, and it was painful that no one took the time out of their busy day to listen or care the first or second time it was explained to them. Maybe now they will understand more clearly who the real terrorists are that are hiding in our own privileged little political clicks.

Seeing it is painful for any human being with a true conscience, but not as devastatingly painful than what is inflicted on the victims of our supposedly superior egos, and the oversights of our own self-indulgences that we carelessly impose on those we purposely overlook as actual human beings.

Their brutal reality never seems to equal to our perceptions of our own righteousness. Enough words--here is just a few of a few thousand pictures that speak for themselves in peoples true and actual realities outside our safe little perfect country.

Believe me when I say it deeply saddens me to even show such horrible realities into anyone’s positive perceptions of the world we live in, and we all had a great influence in creating this reality we and they are in now.

Let’s really separate church from state from U.S. politics by separating ourselves from Israel. Believe me when I say that Jesus will fully understand our decision, and fully appreciate why we did so.

Sunday, November 18, 2012

A Centuries Old Corporate Lie

The greed and ego of financial power is fueled by money with no spiritual or intellectual purpose. This selfish ideology is always protected and enacted by its corporate soldiers who are trained in the art of instilling fear into the average financially struggling citizen. They tell the masses that the poor will have even less if socialism is allowed to empower the powerless. This tactic is age old but transparent to those with nothing left to lose, or nothing left that hasn’t been slowly stolen from them by governmental  or corporation interests already.

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Washington State’s Ballot: It’s All About Controversy

 I live in Washington State  where most everyone I know has already voted for president through mail. Washington and our neighbor Oregon are the two strictly mail in voting states in the union,  giving polls headaches as to which way Washington  might have already made or broke a candidate’s big day before Nov. 6th even arrived.

It was a little weird hearing how my friends and family members voted for president all week in the past tense. One thing I found ironic was that the return envelope for the ballot required postage paid for by the voter if you put it in the U.S. mail.  

Washington State has been in some financial troubles also with a billion dollar fiscal shortfall of its own. They recently transferred their control of hard liquor from state liquor stores to the private sector for the first time since the end of prohibition in order to focus on tax collecting from hard liquor users, rather than selling booze to them.

The State Legislature has already passed an initiative legalizing gay marriage months ago that was then immediately blocked by petition from those who believe marriage is between Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve. This set up the election drama and suspense in this state over another hot social issue that had me looking over my shoulder when filling out the my ballot on my coffee table so no one saw what box I checked.
Legalizing marijuana was also on my ballot and I looked around the room again, and when no one was looking checked that box as well with a smug smile on my face as I licked the envelope, placing the stamp that taxes would not pay for on it, then walked it to the street corner and dropped it in the Mail box.

Sunday, November 4, 2012

Why I Voted Obama in the 2012 Election

Anti-Obamaists pulled no punches this election. From people on street corners with card tables and posters of a Hitler mustached Obama, to innuendos of being a socialist intent on spreading Marxist ideals across the country that even surfaced in the Presidential Debates with thinly veiled republican insinuations that stopped short of the actual dreaded “S-Word.”

Derogatory racial posts also plagued social media’s World Wide Web by anonymous users with more poor taste than common sense.

In the end it came down to that one sticky question of, are we better off now than we were four years ago;  my answer was It could have been way worse without Obama at the wheel. That is why I trusted him with four more years.