A true story for Troy – “Bend Over and Grab Your Ankles”

by

adonis

ADONIS: Handsome God of Desire and Manly Good Looks.

Well, in order to do this story justice, I really have to go back to the beginning.

Okay, it really wasn’t the beginning, not even close.

But … it was the beginning of my relationship with Eric, an Adonis, a friend, my husband’s number two, a fellow child of South Florida.

Eric is the closest I’ll ever come to know on this earth of Don Juan. He has a way of making a woman feel like she is the most desired, most comely creature God ever made.

I’ve seen him do it. And it doesn’t matter her age, her station in life. He seeks out the woman who should be getting the most attention at any moment in time, he knows these things intrinsically.

And he grants her whatever it is that she deserves, makes her feel like the goddess that she is.

How many men can do that?

So, it’s 1988 in Miami, a real homecoming for me, and Bill and I have moved back to Miami with our two very young children.

Bill is there to open the Miami Arena, and I’m along for the ride.

And really enjoying Miami again, BTW.

Bill is the boss that we all wish we could have.

So over the years and to this day, I’ve seen men and women alike fall in love with him.

Who could blame them?

He’s not perfect, but if Eric is the closest I’ll ever come to Don Juan in this earthly realm, then Bill is the closest I’ll ever come to God.

All women should feel that way about their husbands, don’t you think?

Okay, back to the story.

Bill hires Eric, we all get to know one another. He loves our kids, they love him. He’s family now.

And then, Bill gets offered a position in Memphis opening up the Pyramid Arena.

I absolutely love that building and love Memphis, too.

Guess who our neighbor was, on the far side of the lake?

Red West, friend of Elvis.

If I’m not mistaken, he was the one who rescued Elvis in high school when some of the other boys were jealous and wanted to cut off Elvis’s offensive locks.

And guess who came to Memphis with us?

We were five peas in a pod in a delightful city.

Until that is, someone was needed to “do SuperBowl” in Tempe, Arizona in 1996.

It takes a long time to plan a SuperBowl, even just a part of it.

And we arrived in Tempe in 1994.

We were all heartbroken, but left Eric behind in Memphis.

And, boy, did he get to work – fast!

All of a sudden he was married and a father.

Then a father of two and then three girls.

Truth is she’s just as beautiful as he is, and they somehow managed to bring three beautiful daughters into the world.

Fast forwarding now to 2008. The SuperBowl is in Arizona again.

And we’re in Arizona again.

Bill has something to do with the SuperBowl indirectly.

And the Giants are in the SuperBowl!

I have to backtrack a little bit.

I don’t know quite how to put this in a polite way.

Let’s just say I was more than a little taken aback when the morning after we were first together (1976), Bill leaves rather hurriedly as he has a ticket to see his beloved Giants.

It was a Sunday morning, and I wondered if I’d ever see him again.

Little did I know.

So, Bill has two tickets for the SuperBowl.

I was really busy, I had a lot of papers to grade, so I give up my ticket.

So now the question is who gets the ticket?

Well, it didn’t take us long to figure that one out.

Again, I have to backtrack, but here’s where the story gets really interesting.

Eric’s marriage is on the rocks. He’s back in South Florida, separated from his wife, an adoring father.

Eric’s mom wants to do something nice for her son because he’s understandably depressed, so she decides she wants to take him on a whirlwind tour of Manhattan, see a Broadway show or two, the whole shebang!

Eric’s wife has started to put his things aside for the inevitable day that he moves his stuff out.

She doesn’t know quite what to do with his handgun, so sticks it in a pair of his tennis shoes and goes on her merry way.

Unbeknownst to them both, Eric grabs the shoes for his trip to New York and sticks them in his carry-on luggage.

Well, you can imagine what happened next!

Of course Eric was arrested. And guys, do you know what happens when you’re arrested trying to carry a lethal weapon onto an airplane?!

“Bend over and grab your ankles!”

It’s called a cavity search. Guess which cavity?

So Bill and I look at each other knowing full well everything that had transpired trying to determine who should get the most sought after ticket on the planet.

And we blurted out at the exact same time, “Eric!”

It’s SuperBowl morning and none of us are sure if they’ll let Eric on the plane.

But, they did. And the rest, as they say, is history.

Needless to say, I didn’t get any work done.

I was sitting home just like everybody else screaming at the top of my lungs!

I can’t fuckin’ believe he caught that! And I can’t fuckin’ believe he held onto it!

They were both on Cloud Nine when they got home. And it was so nice having both of them there.

Eric and his three girls have since visited. I took them up to see Sedona and Slide Rock.

It’s very comforting knowing it won’t be the last I see of them.

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181 Responses to “A true story for Troy – “Bend Over and Grab Your Ankles””

  1. jrh Says:

    Well, somebody has to be first. So here.

  2. igaveup Says:

    i get to be second:)

  3. j.b. Says:

    Great story, Rose!

  4. j.b. Says:

    http://baracksteleprompter.blogspot.com/

    Priceless.

    *just in case you missed it the first time*

  5. Troy Says:

    Lmaooo Rose….Good story….Thanks!!!

  6. LadyTexan Says:

    Hey Troy, check this out:

    http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/03/21/criminal-investigation-of-barack-hussein-obama-in-texas.aspx

    Criminal investigation of Barack Hussein Obama in Texas

    March 20, 2009 9:56 PM

    Ms. Taitz,
    I have received your email and I will use it to further my investigation into the Criminal matter concerning Barack Hussein Obama. The only thing that I will be able to file on is crimes committed in the City of Beaumont Tx.. However, with your information, I will attempt to add to the criminal charges or bring it to the attention of someone who can go further. I am a very resourseful individual and I guarantee that I will fight to the end. I do not enter into this matter lightly or with blind abandon. I do this because I too took an oath as a Police Officer to defend the Constitution of not only the great state of Texas but also the great nation of the United States of America. [Redacted]
    Again, thank you for the information and I will be back in touch with you very very soon. [Redacted] There is another Officer who works in C.I.D. (Criminal Investigation Division) who would be more than willing to join me in pursuing this investigation. I have as yet to tap this resource.

    If you have any more questions, or you obtain any more information that you think would be beneficial to my case, please feel free to contact me anytime of the day or night.

    Thank you,
    Officer Ronald C. Dischler Sr.
    Beaumont Police Dept.
    Beaumont Tx., 77701

  7. Troy Says:

    I can’t think of any other explanation…..He must still be smoking crack….I know he can’t put together a coherent sentence without a TelePrompTer, but surely not even Obama is really this stupid, dumb, or ignorant….Say it isn’t so….By now the U.S. is surely the laughing stock of the entire world.

    http://www.fodors.com/community/fodorite-lounge/obama-writes-to-president-chirac.cfm

  8. Troy Says:

    CooL !!!!!!!!…..I wonder what Beaumont CID has going on.

  9. Tenacity Says:

    Perhaps Barry has a thing for Jacques baby. Oh well, if it keeps his mind off the male white house interns.

  10. j.b. Says:

    As far as writing Chirac, I can only say he must have lost his muthaphuckin’ mind.

    I really do not know how much more of this I can take.

    Bizarro World, squared.

  11. Tenacity Says:

    You know, one thing that might be just too tempting for S/Ob, the Gay Rodeo Riders of American sometimes hold a national convention in D.C. Next time they are in town, somebody needs to keep a cell phone camera handy. Maybe we can get slider to drive over with his Stetson and snake skin boots and infiltrate.

  12. Tenacity Says:

    And if we can’t catch Oblowme in the act, maybe Tiny Dancer will be up for a pony ride.

  13. j.b. Says:

    I found it hilarious that President Tom (of Iran) has Gaydar!

    *snipped from Larry’s blog:*

    This lady said, “The Iranian leaders will take Obama’s video as a sign of surrender and weakness, an admission that “we cannot beat you” so we will appeal to you for cooperation.” She further stated that Barack Obama was not seen in his video as being “a man” or “manly” at all, and that “the Iranian Leaders immediately noted Obama’s failure to present himself as a man or manly, or a man’s man.”

  14. Troy Says:

    My dad was telling me about micHELLe and the white house garden…He said they will probably soon have photos of her in the garden with a golden hoe….Lmaooo, I told him, No, she is the “Golden Hoe”…Hehehe

  15. j.b. Says:

    Well the recent pic of her hoeing, she had on some (supposedly) $8,000.00 (?) boots!
    Okaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay.
    You know what pisses me off? The First Usurping Couple call the White House, Our House.
    Uh. No. It. Ain’t!
    I’t OURS! Bitches.

  16. Tenacity Says:

    Troy,
    What do you know about the secret society than Fulford spoke of?

  17. Troy Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 3:07 am
    Troy,
    What do you know about the secret society than Fulford spoke of?
    *******************************************************
    He put a different spin on what I have read much about, but like so many other things of this nature, it can’t be proven beyond a shadow of doubt….I try to find the same story being told by many people of different backgrounds in order to attach any truth, but Fulford was quite unique….I’m not sure what to make of him just yet.

  18. Tenacity Says:

    It seems odd that such a secret society would want to be used in such an overt way, unless they perceived a threat to their own members as a result of the population control tactics. If Fulford is to be trusted to any extent, then the only person one might need to have disappear is Fulford. It would be fun to watch the dominoes after that.

  19. Tenacity Says:

    Like he said, if you need a body guard, it’s too late. One needs for the elite to want to keep you alive. The problem is, who wouldn’t want you to keep breathing?

  20. Katie Says:

    Bending over to grab ankles, cavity search, male interns, ho’s, Tiny Dancer, pony rides…just another Saturday night at Rose’s. :-)

    Troy – saw your post over at Citizen Wells. Some bright people over there, it’s one of my daily stops. The whole Chirac letter fiasco is unbelievable. Either he’s just that stupid, or perhaps the TOTUS is really alive and is sabotaging the usurper. Now that’s something to contemplate.

  21. Tenacity Says:

    Scripture warns against ALL secret societies. Which means none of them could/should be considered trustworthy. I mean what would cause any of them to protect Christians? The old adage about your enemies’ enemy being your friend may not apply in this case. It might only serve to create another alliance.

  22. Troy Says:

    I’m eagerly waiting for an upcoming follow up interview with him…..The jury is still out, but I’m not discounting him just yet….Since that interview he had some sort of alien creature/parasite/tumor/object removed from the spinal area of his back….I saw a photo of it and it is the most bizzare thing I have ever seen….He is recovering well, the last I heard.

  23. Tenacity Says:

    Hi Katie! Don’tcha luv Saturday night’s at Rose’s Place? Just remember…You are never alone at Rose’s Place.

  24. Tenacity Says:

    Kate,
    You forgot to mention alien spinal parasites.

  25. Troy Says:

    Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 3:29 am
    Bending over to grab ankles, cavity search, male interns, ho’s, Tiny Dancer, pony rides…just another Saturday night at Rose’s.
    **********************************************************
    Lmaooo…..I hope since Rose attached my name to the title of the article that people don’t get the wrong idea…Doh!!!! :(

  26. Tenacity Says:

    Troy,
    Okay, where do I find ASPs? I know…go do your own research.

  27. Katie Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 3:38 am

    Kate,
    You forgot to mention alien spinal parasites.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Nuh uh. I am wondering what you and Troy are smokin’. I have no idea what you’re talking about, and not sure I want to!

  28. Troy Says:

    Why do I have a sick feeling in my gut that this country is on a collision course with a train?…..Thanks Barry!!!….Thanks congress!!!
    *********************************************************

    Lord I must be dreamin’
    What else could this be
    Everybody’s screamin’
    Running’ for the sea

    Holy lands are sinkin’
    Birds take to the sky
    The prophets are all stinking drunk
    I know the reason why

    Eyes are full of desire
    Mind is so ill at ease
    Everything is on fire
    Shit piled up to the knees
    Out of rhyme or reason
    Everyone’s to blame
    Children of the season
    Don’t be lame

    Sorry, you’re so sorry
    Don’t be sorry
    Man has known
    And now he’s blown it
    Upside down and hell’s the only sound
    We did an awful job
    And now they say it’s nobody’s fault

    Old St. Andres
    Seven years ago
    Shove it up their richters
    Red lines stop and go
    Noblemen of courage
    Listen with their ears
    Spoke but how discouragin’
    When no one really hears

    One of these day’s you’ll be sorry
    Too many houses on the stilt
    Three million years or just a story
    Four on the floor up to the hilt

    Out of rhyme or reason
    Everyone’s to blame
    Children of the season
    Don’t be lame

    Sorry, we’re so sorry
    Don’t be sorry
    Man has known
    And now he’s blown it
    Upside down and hell’s the only sound
    We did an awful job
    And now we’re just a little too late

    Eyes are full of desire
    Mind is so ill at ease
    Everything is on fire
    Shit piled up in debris

    California showtime
    Five o’clock’s the news
    Everybody’s concubine
    Was prone to take a snooze

    Sorry, we’re so sorry
    Don’t be sorry
    Man has known
    And now he’s blown it
    Upside down and hell’s the only sound
    We did an aweful job
    And now we’re just a little too late

  29. Troy Says:

    ASPs?
    *******
    ????????

  30. Katie Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 3:39 am

    Troy,
    Okay, where do I find ASPs?
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Try Egypt. “Asp – a small venomous snake of Egypt usually held to be a cobra”

  31. j.b. Says:

    Alien Spinal Parasites! duh.

  32. j.b. Says:

    ASP’s. doh

  33. Katie Says:

    Troy Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 3:45 am

    Why do I have a sick feeling in my gut that this country is on a collision course with a train?…..Thanks Barry!!!….Thanks congress!!!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Lame Cherry is a tough one to read because of the bizarre writing style, but when you get through that, the insight is chilling. This is NOT good!

    http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2009/03/clueless.html

  34. Troy Says:

    Lame Cherry is a tough one to read because of the bizarre writing style, but when you get through that, the insight is chilling. This is NOT good!
    *********************************************************
    Lmaoooo…..I know….Sometimes I read his stuff and find myself just scratching my head and thinking, “What did he just say?”

  35. Katie Says:

    Whenever I get as pissed off as j.b. is tonight, I can always count on Obambi to bring a laugh. This one if for your amusement.

    http://obambi.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/forthefirstimeinmyadultlifeihavetodealwithwhitepeople/

  36. Tenacity Says:

    This statement about Fulford at Project Camelot, I find fascinating.

    This is a man with a deep understanding of both East and West, a global economic historian who thinks way outside of the box, a lover of peace who is unafraid to speak warrior words.

    Troy,
    Did you see the raw snake parasite at Rense?

  37. Katie Says:

    Patriotism and love for America lives! Several Tea Parties today drew thousands at each event. Just wait until you see how many show up across America on 4/15!

    http://michellemalkin.com/2009/03/21/liveblogging-the-lexington-ky-tea-party/

  38. patriotamy Says:

    Ten, I found the parasite pic at the following site

    http://www.rense.com/Datapages/fulfdat.htm

  39. j.b. Says:

    Obambi cracks up this Cracker-fo sho! And so prolific!
    Every day, all day long, new funnies!

    Katie, do you think Barry wrote that letter to Chirac on purpose or because he is an Idiot that does not know betta?
    Orrrrrrr, because his teleprompter told him to?
    (Love that line! :)

    http://baracksteleprompter.blogspot.com/

  40. Troy Says:

    Troy,
    Did you see the raw snake parasite at Rense?

    Do you mean this?

  41. j.b. Says:

    About the parasite pic…..

    Ben sent me the photo…and here it is. Let us know your thoughts…

    Okay, NAAAAAAAASSSSSSSSTTTTTTYYYYYYYY!
    Oh, and EEEUUUWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!

  42. Troy Says:

    Post surgery interview.

    http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/forum.cgi?noframes;read=140210

  43. j.b. Says:

    Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 4:00 am
    Patriotism and love for America lives! Several Tea Parties today drew thousands at each event. Just wait until you see how many show up across America on 4/15!

    I’m going too! Taking some “kids” with me. :)

  44. j.b. Says:

    Took this from the post surgery interview with Fulford:

    KC: Wow, surreal
    But didn’t you feel anything?

    BF: I was at a fancy restaurant in Vietnam where they took the beating heart out of a live cobra and put it into a glass of liquor and made me wash it down.
    It was still beating when I ate it.

    Okay, so if he did get that thing in his body after doing that? Sorry pal, you got what you paid for.

  45. Troy Says:

    Okay, so if he did get that thing in his body after doing that? Sorry pal, you got what you paid for.
    *******************************************************
    Lmaooo…Oh c’mon, where’s your ninja spirit?

  46. neconservative Says:

    anyone wanna translate?

    http://www.lefigaro.fr/actualites/2009/03/19/01001-20090319ARTFIG00357-confidentiel-barack-obama-a-ecrit-a-jacques-chirac-.php

  47. Troy Says:

    Traslation here:

    http://www.fodors.com/community/fodorite-lounge/obama-writes-to-president-chirac.cfm

  48. Tenacity Says:

    I found it here for the Inquiring minds that want to know:

    http://www.rense.com/general84/abso.htm

  49. Troy Says:

    I’m jealous…I want an ASP too……Lmaooo

  50. Katie Says:

    j.b. Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 4:02 am

    Obambi cracks up this Cracker-fo sho! And so prolific!
    Every day, all day long, new funnies!

    Katie, do you think Barry wrote that letter to Chirac on purpose or because he is an Idiot that does not know betta?
    Orrrrrrr, because his teleprompter told him to?
    (Love that line! :)
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    j.b. – at first I thought he was just that stupid, then I thought he had help who is just that stupid (too many to choose from for speculation) but after reading Lame Cherry, I believe it was an intentional slam to add another nail in the coffin. Think of how quickly they’re insulting our allies – and cozying up to our enemies. There has GOT to be someone or something that can stop this insanity.

  51. Tenacity Says:

    Dr. Troy (hey, if its good for Hannity)
    You would think that Project Camelot would introduce Fulford to Humble so he could get a free lifetime supply of MMS. MMS is known to kill parasites. The question is; what happens if you kill an exotic asian parasite lodged in your back bone without removing it?

  52. Troy Says:

    Mr. Smith and Mr. Wesson

  53. Tenacity Says:

    Saturday night trivia question:
    What does Mario Lanza have in common with tin foil hat theories?

  54. Troy Says:

    I guess the body would absorb…I dunno….or it would decay and one would experience TSS…(toxic shock syndrome)

  55. Katie Says:

    What does Mario Lanza have in common with tin foil hat theories?

    I give up…?

  56. Troy Says:

    What does Mario Lanza have in common with tin foil hat theories?
    ******************************************************
    uncle!!!!….I give up, what?

  57. patriotamy Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 4:40 am
    Saturday night trivia question:
    What does Mario Lanza have in common with tin foil hat theories?
    *********************************
    ??????????????? What

  58. j.b. Says:

    Me threee. Huh?

  59. Troy Says:

    Mafia theory surrounding his death?

  60. j.b. Says:

    j.b. – at first I thought he was just that stupid, then I thought he had help who is just that stupid (too many to choose from for speculation) but after reading Lame Cherry, I believe it was an intentional slam to add another nail in the coffin. Think of how quickly they’re insulting our allies – and cozying up to our enemies. There has GOT to be someone or something that can stop this insanity.

    I dunno, I keep attributing it to Amateur Hour. Or as Karl Rove says, They’re wingin’ it! Amazing how the MSM just keeps playin’ along, eh? Sick. I mean, how do they sleep at night?

  61. Tenacity Says:

    For those still confused by Lame Cherry, let me offer a translation:
    B.H.S/Ob. = Alinsky on steroids

    There’s no chance Cherry lives in Norway is there?…now there’s a thought that might keep you up tonight.

  62. Tenacity Says:

    Trivia Answer:
    They are 2 of Jeff Rense’ favorite pastimes.

  63. Troy Says:

    Norway???????…..shhhhhhh…..let’s not go down that road. :)

  64. Troy Says:

    Opera and film?

  65. Katie Says:

    There’s a lot of things that keep me up at night these days…

    Am I the only one here tonight is has no idea what Tenacity is talking about tonight?

  66. Troy Says:

    Rense on Lanza

  67. Tenacity Says:

    I’m sorry Katie…I was just having some fun. Check this out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAOT7rY1WZg

  68. Troy Says:

    I beat ya to it!!!

  69. j.b. Says:

    Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:01 am
    There’s a lot of things that keep me up at night these days…

    Am I the only one here tonight is has no idea what Tenacity is talking about tonight?

    Katie, I don’t think Tenacity knows what he’s talkin’ about tonight! :)

  70. Tenacity Says:

    Troy,
    You are quick!

  71. Katie Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 5:09 am

    Troy,
    You are quick!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Just what every woman wants to hear.

  72. Troy Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:09 am
    Troy,
    You are quick!
    *************
    Hehehe

  73. Troy Says:

    Troy,
    You are quick!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Just what every woman wants to hear.
    *************************
    Grrrrrrrrrrr :(

  74. Tenacity Says:

    Look everyone…before you go jumping to conclusions…I just want to say that Troy put me up to it. I mean the thought of modern day Ninjas taking out the Illuminati just got my little brain to spinning a little out of control. Maybe I’ll just go get some rest now…my back seems a bit sore…just a little MMS, 3 minutes of sex and 8 hours sleep and everything should be just fine.

  75. Troy Says:

    3 minutes of sex and 8 hours sleep and everything should be just fine.
    ******************************************************
    The ladies call him Mr. Speed.

  76. Katie Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 5:14 am

    “…just a little MMS, 3 minutes of sex and 8 hours sleep and everything should be just fine.”
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Jeez – why didn’t you say so? So tomorrow the White House will be occupied by a legitimate American President?

    Finally!

  77. Katie Says:

    Mr. Quick and Mr. Speed – what a pair!! :-D

  78. j.b. Says:

    I just put on a full length rubber suit and went to Hal Turners place for some kind of update. He is going back on the air soon and promises this:

    UPDATE, March 12, 2009 — I have been specifically warned by aggressive and sleazy political operatives NOT to talk about the citizenship and eligibility of Barack Obama to be President of the United States. As such, I will defy that demand and make Obama’s eligibility – or rather lack thereof — a central part of my show! I like being defiant.

    I will also talk about upcoming HR 45 which would require ALL gun owners to get licenses or give up the guns they already own. In addition, I will talk about a Bill which would give to the US Attorney General, the sole authority to BAN certain types of firearms.

    I will also talk about H.R. 1955 the “Violent Radicalization and Homegrown Terrorism Act” making its way into our lives. It is possibly the single greatest assault on our freedoms ever passed in the USA, which actually defines “thoughts” as “crimes.”

  79. Tenacity Says:

    Just for the record…I am only quick when I need to be.:)

  80. j.b. Says:

    And not to mention, Mr. TMI.

  81. j.b. Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:19 am
    Just for the record…I am only quick when I need to be.:)
    ******************************************

    Riiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiight, And who decides that? Lemme guess. You?

  82. Tenacity Says:

    Dang smiley face was laying down on the job. :)

  83. Katie Says:

    I’m really not sure what all the implications are, but Atlasshrugs has a new post about the birth announcement being fraudulent. (Big surprise – he’s nothing BUT a fraud). Since the COLB has been proven to be a fraud, I don’t think this is going to make an iota of difference, but still, it’s interesting to look at the images.

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2009/03/barack-hussein-birth-announcement-forgery-the-fraud-goes-on.html

  84. j.b. Says:

    I sure hope the kids don’t walk in……(here).

  85. Troy Says:

    Ten’s theme song: Mr. Speed

    http://vids.myspace.com/index.cfm?fuseaction=vids.individual&VideoID=25906246

  86. Tenacity Says:

    j.b.
    seems that I might have found a sensitive issue for you.

  87. j.b. Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:24 am
    j.b.
    seems that I might have found a sensitive issue for you.

    *********************************

    Who me? Nah. Are your three minutes up yet? :)

  88. Tenacity Says:

    j.b.
    Do you need to talk about this…I mean we are all friends here. Just pretend that there are not hundreds of lurkers.

  89. Katie Says:

    Did someone say something about rubbers?

  90. Tenacity Says:

    One thing we can say for sure…JAC is not lurking because there is no way she could stay out of this conversation.

  91. neconservative Says:

    http://www.catholicnewsagency.com/new.php?n=15439

    Catholic ‘complacency’ shares blame for country’s failures, Archbishop Chaput says
    Comments: 0

    St. Paul / Archbishop ChaputRelated articles:
    Of Human Life – By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
    Of Human Life – Addendum some common questions – By Archbishop Charles J. Chaput
    Archbishop Chaput’s statement on Supreme Court legalization of partial-birth abortion
    Poverty and the 2008 Elections
    Detroit, Mich., Mar 21, 2009 / 12:32 pm (CNA).- Archbishop of Denver Charles J. Chaput delivered a speech on Saturday reflecting on the significance of the November 2008 election. Warning that media “narratives” should not obscure truth, he blamed the indifference and complacency of many U.S. Catholics for the country’s failures on abortion, poverty and immigration issues.

    He also advised Catholics to “master the language of popular culture” and to refuse to be afraid, saying “fear is the disease of our age.”

    The archbishop’s comments were delivered in his keynote address at the Hands-On Conference Celebrating the Year of St. Paul, which was hosted at the Sacred Heart Major Seminary in Detroit.

    Having been asked to examine what November 2008 and its aftermath can teach Catholics about American culture, the state of American Catholicism and the kind of Pauline discipleship necessary today, Archbishop Chaput said:

    “November showed us that 40 years of American Catholic complacency and poor formation are bearing exactly the fruit we should have expected. Or to put it more discreetly, the November elections confirmed a trend, rather than created a new moment, in American culture.”

    Noting that there was no question about President Barack Obama’s views on abortion “rights,” embryonic stem cell research and other “problematic issues,” he commented:

    “Some Catholics in both political parties are deeply troubled by these issues. But too many Catholics just don’t really care. That’s the truth of it. If they cared, our political environment would be different. If 65 million Catholics really cared about their faith and cared about what it teaches, neither political party could ignore what we believe about justice for the poor, or the homeless, or immigrants, or the unborn child. If 65 million American Catholics really understood their faith, we wouldn’t need to waste each other’s time arguing about whether the legalized killing of an unborn child is somehow ‘balanced out’ or excused by three other good social policies.”

    Offering a sober evaluation of the state of American Catholicism, he added:

    “We need to stop over-counting our numbers, our influence, our institutions and our resources, because they’re not real. We can’t talk about following St. Paul and converting our culture until we sober up and get honest about what we’ve allowed ourselves to become. We need to stop lying to each other, to ourselves and to God by claiming to ‘personally oppose’ some homicidal evil — but then allowing it to be legal at the same time.”

    Commenting on society’s attitude towards Catholic beliefs, Archbishop Chaput said, “we have to make ourselves stupid to believe some of the things American Catholics are now expected to accept.”

    “There’s nothing more empty-headed in a pluralist democracy than telling citizens to keep quiet about their beliefs. A healthy democracy requires exactly the opposite.”

    Noting the 2008 presidential campaign’s “revealing” focus upon the candidates’ “narratives,” he said the campaign seemed not to involve facts, but rather “story-telling.”

    “Of course, there’s nothing intrinsically wrong with story-telling — unless the press and other news media themselves become part of the story-telling syndicate; in other words, peddlers of narratives in which facts are not told because they’re true, but rather become ‘true’ because they’re told by those who have the power to create an absorbing narrative,” the archbishop explained.

    In such a state, he warned, real power does not rest with the people but with those who “shape the structure of our information.” He linked this situation with Pope Benedict’s critique of the “dictatorship of relativism.”

    The archbishop also connected this relativistic spirit to St. Paul’s appearance at the Aeropagus, recounted in the Book of Acts. At the Areopagus, a prestigious place of debate for Greek philosophers, “Nearly anything was tolerated, so long as no one claimed to have an exclusive and binding claim on the truth,” the archbishop explained.

    He then quoted Acts 17’s description of the Areopagite mindset: “All the Athenians and the foreigners who lived there spent their time in nothing except telling or hearing something new.”

    “It’s worth paying attention to that description. There’s no mention of truth,” he commented, noting that when St. Paul preaches the truth “he’s mocked and despised and his preaching is a failure, at least in the short term.”

    “Paul’s failure at the Areopagus is a good lesson for the times we face now in America,” the archbishop said. “When Catholics start leading their daily lives without a hunger for something higher than their own ambitions or appetites, or with the idea that they can create their own truth and then baptize it with an appeal to personal conscience, they become, in practice, agnostics in their personal lives, and Sophists in their public lives. In fact, people who openly reject God or dismiss Christianity as obsolete are sometimes far more honest and far less discouraging than Catholics who claim to be faithful to the Church but directly reject her guidance by their words and actions.”

    Noting that Paul mastered the language of the popular urban culture of his time and used “every technical resource, tool and environment at his disposal,” Archbishop Chaput extensively quoted Pope John Paul II’s 1990 encyclical Redemptoris Missio, which also discussed St. Paul at the Areopagus.

    “If Paul felt so fiercely compelled to preach the Gospel — whether ‘timely [or] untimely’ — to a pagan world, then how should we feel today, preaching the Gospel to an apostate world?” he asked, answering that the love of Christ must “impel” Catholics forward.

    “Catholics in America, at least the many good Catholics who yearn to live their faith honestly and deeply, can easily feel tempted to hopelessness,” he concluded. “It becomes very burdensome to watch so many persons who call themselves Catholic compromise their faith and submit their hearts and consciences to the Caesars of our day.”

    But Archbishop Chaput closed by encouraging Christians to remember the words of Jesus:

    “In this world you will have tribulation. But take heart! I have overcome the world.”

  92. Tenacity Says:

    Katie,
    Is this where the next person that speaks loses?

  93. j.b. Says:

    Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:22 am
    I’m really not sure what all the implications are, but Atlasshrugs has a new post about the birth announcement being fraudulent. (Big surprise – he’s nothing BUT a fraud). Since the COLB has been proven to be a fraud, I don’t think this is going to make an iota of difference, but still, it’s interesting to look at the images.

    http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/atlas_shrugs/2009/03/barack-hussein-birth-announcement-forgery-the-fraud-goes-on.html

    Hmmmmm, that kinda made my head hurt. I totallly believe it, though. One thing I find not necessarily true is the part about the sister not resembling Barry. I mean, they had different fathers, each a different race for crying out loud! Oh and no pics of her with the mom. Not true. I did see a pic of her with Stanley (if it was her, I dunno, she was just a tot)

    Hey, did anyone read Orly’s Dossier? It was chock full and had some new stuff I did not know, too. I volunteered to help out after Troy posted that link where she asked for help last week. I printed out the dossier, it took an hour and a half! Then I overnighted it to the Attorney General of Michigan. Anyway, before I sent it, I read it. Recommended reading. On second thought, it’ll just piss you off so maybe not.

  94. Tenacity Says:

    necon,
    Was there a hidden message in that looooooooong post?

  95. Katie Says:

    Whatever do you mean, Mr. Speed? :-D

  96. j.b. Says:

    Dang, Ten, you’re just lookin’ for conspiracy (and or hidden messages) all over the place tonight!

  97. j.b. Says:

    Katie, did you read Orly’s dossier that she posted a few days ago?

  98. Troy Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:36 am
    necon,
    Was there a hidden message in that looooooooong post?
    ***********************************************
    Catholic Churh: “We blew it”

  99. j.b. Says:

    Troy (and whomever else wants to chime in), do you really think that things will get so bad that we will not have electricity?

  100. Katie Says:

    j.b. – speaking of conspiracies and hidden messages, anything new you learned in Orly’s dossier?

  101. j.b. Says:

    Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:46 am
    j.b. – speaking of conspiracies and hidden messages, anything new you learned in Orly’s dossier?
    *************************************8

    Yes, there was one that really got my attention and now I can’t remember what it was! lol.

  102. Troy Says:

    j.b. Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:46 am
    Troy (and whomever else wants to chime in), do you really think that things will get so bad that we will not have electricity?
    *********************************************************
    If the economy completely crases, YEP.

  103. Katie Says:

    j.b. Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 5:44 am

    Katie, did you read Orly’s dossier that she posted a few days ago?
    ——————
    Katie Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 5:46 am

    j.b. – speaking of conspiracies and hidden messages, anything new you learned in Orly’s dossier?
    ——————
    Well, THAT was weird. Talk about timing! No, I didn’t read it. I think that was the day I ran out of duct tape and was afraid my head would explode.

  104. Troy Says:

    * crashes…doh!!!!

  105. Katie Says:

    I kinda like ‘crases’.

  106. Troy Says:

    Well, I have to wake up early…..Mr. Quick, out!!!

  107. j.b. Says:

    I do know that once I began to read it, I could not stop. But that was after I had printed it, was in my car, putting it in order. When i first tried to read it online-I could not. Sometimes I’m weird like that. I often print stuff out to read, “later” or send with hubby to read on planes.

  108. j.b. Says:

    g’night from me, too.

  109. Katie Says:

    g’night from me, three.

  110. Troy Says:

    Pussycat Song….Hehehe

    G’night

    http://www.videosift.com/video/Pussycat-Song

  111. j.b. Says:

    One last thing;

    http://obambi.wordpress.com/2009/03/21/orly-taitz-dds-esq-asks-chief-justice-john-roberts-a-birther-question/

    God Bless Orly.

  112. j.b. Says:

    Troy Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 6:02 am
    Pussycat Song….Hehehe

    G’night

    http://www.videosift.com/video/Pussycat-Song

    It is Saturday night, ain’t it?

  113. neconservative Says:

    Troy Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:44 am
    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 5:36 am
    necon,
    Was there a hidden message in that looooooooong post?
    ***********************************************
    Catholic Churh: “We blew it”

    ****************************************

    yup, basically Catholics need to start acting like Catholics. Stop watering down what we ‘think’ the Church teaches and follow what they actually teach – or else stop calling yourself Catholic. Specifically, Chaput is focussing on the pro-abort Catholics. Before the election he said that it would be a mortal sin to vote for a pro-abort for prez, and he’s right.

  114. Tenacity Says:

    Mr. Speed out as well…you all are too much fun…sleep well

  115. susiezen Says:

    It seems everything is falling into place for imminent disaster.
    All the stars are in line or there is something very coincidental going on……

    our country is in trouble, some of her people are dispassionate and dont love her anymore.

    there are too many people who shut the door behind them without looking back to see if there is someone also trying to enter…A LACK OF COURTISY FLOWS THROUGH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE….It pains me to see how self absorbed so many Americans have become.

    All people out there that continue to support obama does not love our country

    any people that continue to support the democrats in the senate and congress do not love our country…

    If we do not remove obama from leading our country he will kill her….

    OBAMA AND HIS PEOPLE ARE SLOWLY SUFFOCATING OUR LADY AND WE CANNOT STAND BACK AND WITNESS IT!!!!!!

    Do, and say everything and all you can to support a surge to have obama removed from office…..we need someone to spread the word, gather together in unison and save America

  116. susiezen Says:

    It seems everything is falling into place for imminent disaster.
    All the stars are in line or there is something very coincidental going on……

    our country is in trouble, some of her people are dispassionate and dont love her anymore.

    there are too many people who shut the door behind them without looking back to see if there is someone also trying to enter…A LACK OF COURTISY FLOWS THROUGH OUR YOUNG PEOPLE….It pains me to see how self absorbed so many Americans have become.

    All people out there that continue to support obama does not love our country

    any people that continue to support the democrats in the senate and congress do not love our country…

    If we do not remove obama from leading our country he will kill her….

    OBAMA AND HIS PEOPLE ARE SLOWLY SUFFOCATING OUR LADY AND WE CANNOT STAND BACK AND WITNESS IT!!!!!!

    Do, and say everything and all you can to support a surge to have obama removed from office…..we need someone to spread the word, gather together in unison and save America
    Oops…forgot to say great post! Looking forward to your next one.

  117. rosettasister Says:

    Good Sunday morning!

    • MARCH 20, 2009, 12:14 A.M. ET

    Obama’s Afghan Struggle

    By FOUAD AJAMI

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123750990996390643.html

    EXCERPTS

    We face today the oddest and most unexpected of spectacles: On its sixth anniversary, the Iraq war has been vindicated, while the war in Afghanistan looks like a hopeless undertaking in an impossible land.

    The president is on the horns of a dilemma of his own making. In his determination to be the “un-Bush,” he has declared his intention to repair what some have called “Brand America” and to pursue a nonideological foreign policy of multilateralism and moderation. His aloofness from what played out in Iraq is a hindrance to him when it comes to issuing any call to arms in Afghanistan.

    He can’t build on the Iraq victory, because he has never really embraced it. The occasional statement that we can win over the reconcilables and the tribes in Afghanistan the way we did in the Anbar is lame and unconvincing. The Anbar turned only when the Sunni insurgents had grown convinced that the Americans were there to stay, and that the alternative to accommodation with the Americans, and with the Baghdad government, is a sure and widespread Sunni defeat. The Taliban are nowhere near this reckoning. If anything, the uncertain mood in Washington counsels patience on their part, with the promise of waiting out the American presence.

    Mr. Obama does not have to offer the Iraq campaign post facto vindication. But as he does battle in the same wider theatre of that Greater Middle East, he will have to draw the proper lessons of the Iraq campaign. This Afghan war can’t be waged in stealth, and in silence. Half-measures will not do. This war will have to be explained — or explained away. For it to have any chance, it will have to be claimed and owned up to even in the midst of our economic distress. It’s odd that so articulate a president has not yet found the language with which to describe this war, and the American stakes in it.

  118. sdee Says:

    pretty interesting Saturday night – sorry i missed it. The “buffoonery vs calculation” debates on Bo’s Chirac letter are telling for me…

    I suspect like many here I try to make sense of the total insanity that is upon us. One perspective I keep coming back to is that Bo is but the puppet – a public PR man for a calculated plan to attack, weaken and dismantle America.

    As is playing out with BO’s letter flipping off France, each play in that plan comes with a corresponding distraction in the press.
    - AIG bonuses scandals are a smokescreen for massive wealth transfers.
    - Breaking old and new alliances are brushed off as poor gift selection by the staff or budgets problems supplying missle defense systems.
    - New alliances with Islamic and totalitarian states are puffed up as minor missteps a new caring policy.
    - Pointing out off-the-scale destructive debt, deficits and government growth are dismissed as partisan theatrics.
    - Undercutting and demoralizing the military is spotlighted instead as pragmatic budget trimming and miscues by Bo’s staffers

    Each chuck taken out of America seems to come with a clear message for those who reap the windfall and a red herring to distract the American public.

    Nothing will change until the people are told what is really going on.

    I think the money line from Archbishop Chaput (see post above from NeoCon) is…..

    ””Of course, there’s nothing intrinsically wrong with story-telling — unless the press and other news media themselves become part of the story-telling syndicate; in other words, peddlers of narratives in which facts are not told because they’re true, but rather become ‘true’ because they’re told by those who have the power to create an absorbing narrative,” the archbishop explained.

    In such a state, he warned, real power does not rest with the people but with those who “shape the structure of our information.””

    I am glad to see the Catholic Church joining the fight.

  119. rosettasister Says:

    War ‘will last well into next decade’

    http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,25197,25226598-5013871,00.html

    AUSTRALIA should be prepared for a long engagement in Afghanistan of a decade or more, according to leading US military strategists.

    Kevin Rudd will hold his first face-to-face meeting with US President Barack Obama at the White House this week just as Washington prepares to up the ante in Afghanistan, hoping allies commit more resources to the fight.

    Part of that strategy is trying to galvanise not only the US public but also allies for the likelihood that the war in Afghanistan will last well into the next decade.

    Mr Rudd is prepared for Mr Obama to ask for more Australian troops to be sent to Afghanistan but says he “absolutely” has the ticker to stand up to the President if he disagrees with him.

    Asked how he would respond to a call for more troops, Mr Rudd said: “It doesn’t mean you say yes or say no; it may mean some change in the current configuration of what we do. But this all has to be taken one step at a time.”

  120. CJ Says:

    Rose: Hope this isn’t too OT, but I was just amazed by it and a certain amount of admiration for us humans is needed in these depressing times. There is still hope, that with all the ingenuity and adaptability we have as a species, that we can get back on course here in the USA.

    It is set to a great song Rose! Unchained Melody!!

    http://www.metacafe.com/w/2477636/

  121. JAC Says:

    lol… looks like I missed a heck of an interesting Saturday night…
    3 minutes?….. lol… I was involved in my 2 hours :D
    just saying

  122. rosettasister Says:

    CJ Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 5:04 pm

    Rose: Hope this isn’t too OT, but I was just amazed by it and a certain amount of admiration for us humans is needed in these depressing times.

    ——————-

    OT???

    hmmm, overtime, over the top, oh, I get it, off topic.

    Hey, that never stopped US before!

    Highly recommend the video.

    Amazing footage and I really needed a pick me up!

    Thanks!

  123. rosettasister Says:

    Please watch this video – very important!

    Senator Judd Gregg on CNN this morning.

    ‘This Country Will Go Bankrupt’

  124. Katie Says:

    Feeling any safer? Good grief…

    http://hotair.com/archives/2009/03/22/obamateurism-of-the-day/

  125. rosettasister Says:

    Gregg: ‘This country will go bankrupt’

    http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2009/03/22/gregg-this-country-will-go-bankrupt/

    “The practical implications of this is bankruptcy for the United States,” Gregg said of the Obama’s administration’s recently released budget blueprint. “There’s no other way around it. If we maintain the proposals that are in this budget over the ten-year period that this budget covers, this country will go bankrupt. People will not buy our debt, our dollar will become devalued. It is a very severe situation.”

    Gregg, known as one of the keenest fiscal minds on Capitol Hill, also told CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that he thought it was “almost unconscionable” for the White House to continue with its planned course on fiscal matters with unprecedented actual and projected budget deficits in the coming years.

    “It is as if you were flying an airplane and the gas light came on and it said ‘you 15 minutes of gas left’ and the pilot said ‘we’re not going to worry about that, we’re going to fly for another two hours.’ Well, the plane crashes and our country will crash and we’ll pass on to our kids a country that’s not affordable.”

  126. rosettasister Says:

    Amateur – Obamateur – provocateur

    I hate these French words!

    I can’t spell them!

  127. Tenacity Says:

    sdee,
    Good post and right on.

  128. JAC Says:

    Rose
    That is why I use iespell
    lol I can check my post for misspellings before hand…

  129. Katie Says:

    rosettasister Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 6:36 pm

    Amateur – Obamateur – provocateur

    I hate these French words!

    I can’t spell them!
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Can you say…DOOFUS? At least it’s easier to spell.

  130. Katie Says:

    sdee – Spot on! Which is why I want to go postal when his supporters tell me how much he loves America, and wants to help Americans.

    Nothing – Nothing! – NOTHING!! could be further from the truth.

  131. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    Anyone have an update on their use of the MMS detox

  132. Fernley Girl Says:

    I need to set this up. My hubby calls Rose’s Gang “The Brainy Bunch”. He’ll ask me “Any good info from The Brainy Bunch today?”
    Today try to be not-so-brainy for just a minute, read the following phrase, and let me know if you think most people would, or wouldn’t get it:

    fubo pos totus

    Does it look like it might be a Latin phrase? Trying to come up with a T-shirt that won’t get me attacked again.

  133. jrh Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 6:31 pm
    Gregg: ‘This country will go bankrupt’

    “It is as if you were flying an airplane and the gas light came on and it said ‘you 15 minutes of gas left’ and the pilot said ‘we’re not going to worry about that, we’re going to fly for another two hours.’ Well, the plane crashes and our country will crash and we’ll pass on to our kids a country that’s not affordable.”

    ****************************

    And I would add that Obama is revving the engines to 100% power while running out of gas.

  134. Katie Says:

    KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    Anyone have an update on their use of the MMS detox
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    You’ll have to ask Mr. Speed.

  135. j.b. Says:

    Fernley Girl, it looks like it says; fuck off b a r a c k o b a m a piece of shit teleprompter of the United States Of America.

    How’d I do?

    Sdee, true dat.

  136. rosettasister Says:

    Washington Post Editorial – Neither surprising nor particularly alarming?! That’s the understatement of the year.

    ————————–

    Red Ink Red Alert

    A congressional report should give the president pause.

    Sunday, March 22, 2009; A18

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/03/21/AR2009032101761.html

    THE NEW estimates by the Congressional Budget Office showing a federal deficit of 13.1 percent of gross domestic product for the current budget year, which began Oct. 1, are neither surprising nor particularly alarming, though it’s larger than the 12.3 percent foreseen by the White House.

    Both are stunning numbers — far and away the largest deficit ratio since World War II.

    But spending rises in recessions and tax revenue falls, and we’re in a big recession.

    It would be counterproductive to balance the budget in this historic downturn.

    The huge deficit includes $700 billion for a necessary rescue of the financial sector.

    Nor is it shocking that the CBO forecasts a deficit of 9.6 percent of GDP in fiscal 2010 if Congress enacts President Obama’s $3.6 trillion budget plan — a deficit also much larger than what the president predicted.

    The difference largely reflects the CBO’s economic forecast, which is more up-to-date and, hence, gloomier than the one Mr. Obama relied on.

    Mr. Obama should treat the CBO report as an incentive to fulfill his repeated promises, during and after the campaign, to make hard choices on the budget.

    Until now he has offered a host of new spending — on health care, middle-class tax cuts, education and alternative energy — without calling for much sacrifice from anyone except the top 5 percent of the income scale.

    Though his emphasis on controlling health-care costs is welcome, it’s not a substitute for reforming the entitlement programs that are the drivers of long-term fiscal crisis, Medicare and Social Security.

    Yet the president has offered no plan for either and no road map even for achieving a plan.

    Several members of his own party in the Senate have been expressing doubts about his strategy, and the CBO report will lend credibility to their concerns.

    He should heed them.

    (What exactly is the Post suggesting here? That Obama raise taxes on all of us?!)

  137. j.b. Says:

    The only update I have on MMS is, I still don’t have any! I thought fer sure I would be able to buy it at Harvest Health. Well, I thought w r o n g.

    So I went to order it online and I couldn’t remember my pw for paypal, besides the fact I have $0.00 in there. Today, I shall use hubby’s paypal account…….

  138. j.b. Says:

    From The Polotico;
    VICE PRESIDENT BIDEN KILLS AT GRIDIRON: “Axelrod really wanted me to do this on teleprompter — but I told him I’m much better when I wing it. … I know these evenings run long, so I’m going to be brief. Talk about the audacity of hope. … President Obama does send his greetings, though. He can’t be here tonight — because he’s busy getting ready for Easter. (Whisper) He thinks it’s about him. …

    “I know that no president has missed his first Gridiron since Grover Cleveland. Of course, President Cleveland really did have better things to do on a Saturday night. When he was in the White House — he was married to a 21 year old woman. … I understand these are dark days for the newspaper business, but I hate it when people say that newspapers are obsolete. That’s totally untrue. I know from firsthand experience. I recently got a puppy, and you can’t housebreak a puppy on the Internet.

    “Now let’s see: we have a Republican speaker who was born in Austria, and tonight’s Democratic speaker was born in Canada. Folks, this is Lou Dobbs’ worst nightmare. … We are now two months into the Obama-Biden administration and the President and I have become extremely close. To give you an idea of how close we are, he told me that next year — maybe, just maybe — he’s going to give me his blackberry email address. … But the Obama Administration really is a good team. I am the experienced veteran. Rahm can be an enforcer. And Tim Geithner is always there when you need to borrow money. And no questions asked.

    “You know, I never realized just how much power Dick Cheney had until my first day on the job. I walked into my office, and you know how the outgoing president always leaves the incoming president a note in his desk? I opened my drawer and Dick Cheney had left me Barack Obama’s birth certificate. …

    Yeah, a real laugh riot, Joe. What a card. Ha ha.

  139. j.b. Says:

    Okay, well, I tried to delete most of that up there.

  140. rosettasister Says:

    Dismal Numbers Restated

    The CBO estimates the President’s budget.

    There is an extra $4.8 trillion in spending between now and 2019.

    The impact on deficit to GDP will be an increase of 2% so that the projection for 2009 will be deficit to GDP of 13.1% and 9.6% of GDP in 2010.

    The impact on overall debt to GDP will be 56.8% for 2009 and will rise to 82.4% as of 2019.

  141. rosettasister Says:

    http://corner.nationalreview.com/print/

    Sunday, March 22, 2009

    I Guess It’s Official [Mark Hemingway]

    The honeymoon is over:

    It’s not unusual for Barack Obama to take a little friendly fire from the [New York] Times. But it’s perhaps unprecedented for him to get hit on the same day by columnists Frank Rich, Thomas Friedman and Maureen Dowd—and in the paper’s lead editorial. Their critique punctuated a weekend that started with a widely circulated blog post by Paul Krugman that said the president’s yet to be announced bank rescue plan would almost certainly fail.

    Posted at 2:46 PM

  142. j.b. Says:

    http://www.weeklystandard.com/weblogs/TWSFP/2009/03/rahm_emanuel_commanderinchief.asp

    I found this in the link you posted, Rose. As if this even matters. Protocol? lmao.

    A far as I’m concerned, EVERY ROOM The White House is Romper Room as long as The First Usurpers occupy it, !

  143. j.b. Says:

    oops! That took off before I was ready!
    Meant to say;

    As far as I’m concerned, EVERY ROOM in The White House is Romper Room, as long as The First Usurpers occupy it !

  144. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    “Katie Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 8:13 pm
    KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:
    March 22, 2009 at 7:27 pm

    Anyone have an update on their use of the MMS detox
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    You’ll have to ask Mr. Speed.

    ********************

    OK what’s the word Mr. Speed?

    And would that be some sort of MMS side effect?

  145. j.b. Says:

    http://obambi.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/the-obama-song/

    I just LOVE the fact that this guy is black. Am I a racist?
    Pretty good song, to boot!

  146. Tenacity Says:

    Just for the record: Speed kills.

    MMS is some interesting stuff. When I got to 8 drop dosages, I had been exposed to a stomach virus & a viral upper resparitory infection and had not been getting enough rest. So, like Humble predicts, I became nauseous and incontinent. Fortunately neither lasted very long and I have felt better than I did before ever since. Per Humbles instructions, I backed off a couple drops and kept taking it. I am having a number of beneficial results. I have historically had chronic sinusitis, but now wake up with a clear nasal passage. I also tend to have Lipomas and have noticed a decline in the size and number. My circulation and digestion seem to have improved. My metabolic rate seems to have increased. Plus I haven’t notice any alien spinal parasites lately. :)

    One thing I have learned is how may juices have Vitamin C added. You are not supposed to take the MMS with citrus juice or anything loaded with C. It’s not bad to take a few drops with water, but when you get up to 7 or more, you need something to cover the taste.

  147. Tenacity Says:

    Lexi,
    The only side effect that I have noticed is that my partner now has even more multiples than before. I advise making sure no one else is in the house because the screaming can be a little embarrassing.

    j.b. says: riiiiiiiiiiighht!!

    Well j.b., I guess ya just had to be there.

  148. Tenacity Says:

    j.b.
    The first usurper was Charles Arthur, but your point is well taken.

  149. j.b. Says:

    Tenacity Says:

    March 22, 2009 at 10:25 pm
    Lexi,
    The only side effect that I have noticed is that my partner now has even more multiples than before. I advise making sure no one else is in the house because the screaming can be a little embarrassing.

    j.b. says: riiiiiiiiiiighht!!

    Well j.b., I guess ya just had to be there.

    No, Ten, actually, due to your knack for details, being there would not have added anything, really.

    I miss Slider. *sigh*

    Oh and when I referred to the Usurpers, I meant it in the way we have traditionally called the occupants of The White House, The First Family. Get it? :)

  150. j.b. Says:

    Looks like we killed the thread, Tenacity.
    Meh, I’m kinda gettin’ used to it.

    Hey, check this out you check it outters.

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0309/20339.html

    Kroft asks. “Are you punch drunk”?
    Oh and
    this laughing thing Barry does? CLASSIC NARCISSISM!

  151. j.b. Says:

    http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0309/20339.html

    Oh and how much worse can it get when The (other) Ignoramus Of The World calls you one!?

    Straw Man meet Matches.

    I’m beginnin’ to feel the heat a lil’ bit. I wonder if Barry does?

  152. Tenacity Says:

    j.b.
    I have trouble recognizing them as the First Family. I think of them as trespassers & spies. I resent them calling themselves the first anything. I would like for the first African-American President to have been a legitimate candidate that could have been respected.

    My apology for being crass earlier. It was intended to just be ridiculous and it was unnecessarily beyond that. I better leave that tactic to El Rushbo in the future. He is much better at it than I.

  153. Katie Says:

    I can’t stomach watching it or hearing The One/I Won’s voice. It’s bad enough reading it’s words.

    Those are dead eyes – he’s well practiced at hiding the evil fire that is within.

  154. Katie Says:

    Tenacity – crass? Nah…you should get a royalty check from MMS for boosting their sales.

    “We don’t need no stinkin’ blue pill” can be the new slogan. :-D

  155. LadyTexan Says:

    Hey JB,

    Here’s the video of that song Obambi had on his site, with the words. I love it!

  156. LadyTexan Says:

    Venezuela’s Chavez calls Obama “ignoramus”

    http://www.reuters.com/article/topNews/idUSTRE52L19G20090322

  157. LadyTexan Says:

    http://hillbuzz.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/whatever-happened-to-that-new-kind-of-politics-stuff/

    Whatever happened to that “new kind of politics” stuff?

    ……Whatever happend to all of that “new kind of politics” stuff Obama promised on the campaign trail?

    Obama has a real storm brewing that the White House is wholly unaware of. Shockingly, people in Chicago, including our local media here, are picking up on ths: he is not behaving presidential, and people are responding to that……..

  158. Katie Says:

    Great posts, LadyTexan! The comments on Hillbuzz are especially interesting. IF Chicago media is opening the floodgates, that’s huge.

    Perhaps we won’t need to worry about all the lawsuits after all. Maybe he’ll be his own worst enemy and self destruct without anyone’s help.

    Wouldn’t that be awesome???

  159. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    Thanks Ten!

    Since my joints ache most of the time, I am really curious about it. I’ve had many injuries over the years — lots from sports. Broken arm, broken ankle, broken finger, cracked jaw, dislocated knee, yada, yada. Thank the Lord at least I have a thick skull! LOL! But I did finally quit though. Just “surf” a little these days :c)

    My fingers have numbness nearly every morning and I was hoping it would improve circulation. Sounds like MMS is a good investment.

    Now I have to go look up Lipomas , cuz I really haven’t a clue.

    TY again!

  160. LadyTexan Says:

    Katie Says:

    The comments on Hillbuzz are especially interesting. IF Chicago media is opening the floodgates, that’s huge.
    ****************************

    Katie,

    That post did indeed get a lot of comments. Most of them were spot on.

  161. LadyTexan Says:

    Has anyone else seen this?

    http://rewardforobamasbirthcertificate.com/

  162. ddlew Says:

    Phony Jefferson Quote?
    From Stephen Byers, Sr
    3-22-9

    Mr. Jaeger,

    The following has been taken from RENSE COM, and attributed to you:

    Thomas Jefferson’s Warning – From Jaeger Research Institute – 3-22-09 – Why are the stocks of so many corporations taking plunges? Because many of them are over-leveraged, meaning simply: they have too much debt. Why do they have too much debt? Jefferson answered this very question over a hundred years ago. To wit: “If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

    http:/ ww.rense.com/general85/jeffer.htm

    Only problem with the quote is, Thomas Jefferson NEVER said it! That’s right, Mr. Jaeger. Now, I expect it from Rensecom. They have published it several times over the last year alone. And each time I have written them to inform them the quote is a fake, they ignore me and continue to use the phony quote.

    (Rensecom has never once received such email from Mr. Byers. Unfortunately, Mr. Byers assumes that simply sending an email to rensecom it is 1. received and 2. that we have time to read the thousands of emails a day that pour in. -ed)

    This is the “supposed” Jefferson quote:

    “I believe that banking institutions are more dangerous to our liberties than standing armies. If the American people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their currency, first by inflation, then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around [the banks] will deprive the people of all property until their children wake-up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered. The issuing power should be taken from the banks and restored to the people, to whom it properly belongs.” Thomas Jefferson 3rd president of the US (1743-1826), Letter to the Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin (1802)

    That Jefferson quote about Private Banks is supposed to have been taken from a letter that Thomas Jefferson wrote to Treasury Secretary Albert Gallatin in 1802.

    Problem is, there is NO such letter which contains this supposed “quote”.

    (This does not unequivocally discount the quote as genuine or approximately so. -ed)

    Thomas Jefferson wrote to Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin 5 times in 1802, and NONE of those letters contain such a statement.

    to the secretary of the treasury (albert gallatin.)

    Washington – April 1, 1802….
    I have read and considered your report on the operations of the sinking fund, and entirely approve of it, as the best plan on which we can set out. http:/ oll libertyfund.org/?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php
    %3Ftitle=757&chapter=87341&layout=html&Itemid=27

    to the secretary of the treasury (albert gallatin.)

    June 19, 1802.
    With respect to the bank of Penna, their difficulties proceed from excessive discounts…… http:/ oll libertyfund.org/?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php
    %3Ftitle=757&chapter=87349&layout=html&Itemid=27

    to the secretary of the treasury (albert gallatin.)

    Monticello – September 13, 1802.
    Dear Sir, I have always forgotten to ask of you a general idea of the effect of the peace on our revenues so far as we have gone….. http://oll.libertyfund.org/?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php
    %3Ftitle=757&chapter=87356&layout=html&Itemid=27

    to the secretary of the treasury (albert gallatin.)

    October 7, 1802.
    The application of the Bank of Baltimore is of great importance……
    http:/ oll libertyfund.org/?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php
    %3Ftitle=757&chapter=87358&layout=html&Itemid=27

    to the secretary of the treasury (albert gallatin.)

    October 13, 1802.
    You know my doubts, or rather convictions, about the unconstitutionality of the act for building piers in the Delaware, and the fears that it will lead to a bottomless expense, & to the greatest abuses….. http:/ oll libertyfund.org/?option=com_staticxt&staticfile=show.php
    %3Ftitle=757&chapter=87360&layout=html&Itemid=27

    In fact, NO LETTERS from Jefferson to Treasury Secretary Albert Gallatin from ANY year contain that quote. Therefore, the Jefferson quote is made up. A FAKE – PHONY – BOGUS!!!!!!!

    Now, I have challenged those in the past who have written back saying the quote is “Genuine” to produce the letter the quote has been taken from, only to NEVER hear from them again!

    Not to fret though, you are not alone. Just about everybody in the Liberty-Freedom movement uses this quote, never bothering to check and see if it is genuine.

    President Thomas Jefferson did write this (about Banks) to Secretary of the Treasury Albert Gallatin in 1803:

    “[The] Bank of the United States… is one of the most deadly hostility existing, against the principles and form of our Constitution… An institution like this, penetrating by its branches every part of the Union, acting by command and in phalanx, may, in a critical moment, upset the government. I deem no government safe which is under the vassalage of any self-constituted authorities, or any other authority than that of the nation, or its regular functionaries. What an obstruction could not this bank of the United States, with all its branch banks, be in time of war! It might dictate to us the peace we should accept, or withdraw its aids. Ought we then to give further growth to an institution so powerful, so hostile?”

    http:/ etext virginia.edu/jefferson/quotations/jeff1325.htm

    I have posted about this several times in the past 6 months; see:

    PHONY JEFFERSON QUOTE ON PRIVATE BANKS

    http:/ www rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/archive.cgi/read/134357

    I hope this helps.

    Steve
    (Email Witheld)

    http://rense.com/general85/phony.htm

  163. Katie Says:

    Curious. World Net Daily has been down for a few hours. Things that make you go, “hmmmmm”.

  164. LadyTexan Says:

    S. H. I .T. = Socialist Hypocrites Internal Tyrants

  165. LadyTexan Says:

    You can go vote for your favorite Obambi t-thirt to be printed soon:

    1st series T Shirt, help us decide which goes first

    http://obambi.wordpress.com/2009/03/22/voteforobambicomshirt/

  166. JAC Says:

    phuck phuck phuck ……. snuck into the Hilter army bill
    _______________
    SEC. 125. PROHIBITED ACTIVITIES AND INELIGIBLE ORGANIZATIONS.

    `(a) Prohibited Activities- A participant in an approved national service position under this subtitle may not engage in the following activities:

    `(1) Attempting to influence legislation.

    `(2) Organizing or engaging in protests, petitions, boycotts, or strikes.

    `(3) Assisting, promoting, or deterring union organizing.

    `(4) Impairing existing contracts for services or collective bargaining agreements.

    `(5) Engaging in partisan political activities, or other activities designed to influence the outcome of an election to any public office.

    `(6) Participating in, or endorsing, events or activities that are likely to include advocacy for or against political parties, political platforms, political candidates, proposed legislation, or elected officials.

    `(7) Engaging in religious instruction, conducting worship services, providing instruction as part of a program that includes mandatory religious instruction or worship, constructing or operating facilities devoted to religious instruction or worship, maintaining facilities primarily or inherently devoted to religious instruction or worship, or engaging in any form of religious proselytization.

    `(8) Providing a direct benefit to–

    `(A) a business organized for profit;

    `(B) a labor organization;

    `(C) a partisan political organization;

    `(D) a nonprofit organization that fails to comply with the restrictions contained in section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 except that nothing in this section shall be construed to prevent participants from engaging in advocacy activities undertaken at their own initiative; and

    `(E) an organization engaged in the religious activities described in paragraph (7), unless Corporation assistance is not used to support those religious activities.

    `(9) Conducting a voter registration drive or using Corporation funds to conduct a voter registration drive.

    `(10) Such other activities as the Corporation may prohibit.
    _______________
    they are going to FORCE people and children into this Gazapo organization then take away their Constitutional rights……

    Full link… the Senate votes on it TODAY

    http://www.congress.org/congressorg/webreturn/?url=http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/z?c111:H.R.1388:

  167. JAC Says:

    Wow read an article at the LA Times that WASN’T very favorable to Bammy….. and the comments were 95% in agreement that he is a loser……. whoaaaaaaa. LA Times?….. no obots going in and attacking something against their Messiah?
    Maybe some of the kool-aid is actually wearing off…..

  168. JAC Says:

    Cont..
    and the 3 or 4 that did speak up for him,…. did so half a$$ ….. none of the thug, obot tactics as usual.

  169. JAC Says:

    If HR 1388 actually get voted in by the Senate tomorrow….and I have no doubt it will…. my end of April prediction might come to pass…… that would be about when they would try to start enforcing the new bill and people waking up to the thug, bullys of Government…..

  170. JAC Says:

    I’d run around naked…… but shhhhhh someone is always lurking at Rose’s …… and Troy might have a camera to get me back for taking pics of him running nakid….

  171. KoolAid_Free_Lexi Says:

    Going to the next tea party Apr. 15th … I’m trying to get ideas for signs.

    I’m thinking;
    United We Stand
    Divided they Pork us!

    Porkulus w/ a big X over it and
    OBAMA — Pay your own damn Blackmail!
    Or the $20 for your real Birth Certificate!

  172. NEConservative Says:

    ha ha, this is hilarious:

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/284665.php

  173. Katie Says:

    Lexi – here’s a couple more ideas…

    HELP WANTED
    Legit American President
    Must be a NBC
    Experience Req’d

    WE NEED COMMON SENSE
    NOT Common CENTS

  174. NEConservative Says:

    more info on Archbishop Chaput’s comments, via hotair:

    Chaput scolds American Catholics and the churchposted at 12:21 pm on March 22, 2009 by Ed Morrissey
    Send to a Friend | Share on Facebook | printer-friendly Archbishop Charles Chaput has become one of the most outspoken advocates for American Catholics in the last few years, but now he trains his rhetorical and teaching skills on the church itself and its members. Chaput decries the state of Catholic education that has allowed people to fundamentally misunderstand their own faith, and scolds the church for allowing itself to become more concerned with membership than truth. The consequences of the failure can be seen all around us, Chaput says:
    Having been asked to examine what November 2008 and its aftermath can teach Catholics about American culture, the state of American Catholicism and the kind of Pauline discipleship necessary today, Archbishop Chaput said:
    “November showed us that 40 years of American Catholic complacency and poor formation are bearing exactly the fruit we should have expected. Or to put it more discreetly, the November elections confirmed a trend, rather than created a new moment, in American culture.”
    Noting that there was no question about President Barack Obama’s views on abortion “rights,” embryonic stem cell research and other “problematic issues,” he commented:
    “Some Catholics in both political parties are deeply troubled by these issues. But too many Catholics just don’t really care. That’s the truth of it. If they cared, our political environment would be different. If 65 million Catholics really cared about their faith and cared about what it teaches, neither political party could ignore what we believe about justice for the poor, or the homeless, or immigrants, or the unborn child. If 65 million American Catholics really understood their faith, we wouldn’t need to waste each other’s time arguing about whether the legalized killing of an unborn child is somehow ‘balanced out’ or excused by three other good social policies.”
    Offering a sober evaluation of the state of American Catholicism, he added:
    “We need to stop over-counting our numbers, our influence, our institutions and our resources, because they’re not real. We can’t talk about following St. Paul and converting our culture until we sober up and get honest about what we’ve allowed ourselves to become. We need to stop lying to each other, to ourselves and to God by claiming to ‘personally oppose’ some homicidal evil — but then allowing it to be legal at the same time.”
    Commenting on society’s attitude towards Catholic beliefs, Archbishop Chaput said, “we have to make ourselves stupid to believe some of the things American Catholics are now expected to accept.”
    “There’s nothing more empty-headed in a pluralist democracy than telling citizens to keep quiet about their beliefs. A healthy democracy requires exactly the opposite.”
    The leadership of the Catholic Church has abdicated its role in instruction and faith formation, which one can see in church life on a daily basis. In part, they willingly surrendered both in exchange for broader appeal, and in significant part undermined it with the shameful role church leaders played in covering up for pedophiles within their ranks. In order to have enough moral authority to instruct, the priests and bishops have to live their lives in a moral fashion. One cannot lecture about protecting innocent life while keeping child molesters from justice and tacitly allowing them to continue preying on the innocents in the parishes. Even if the percentage of priests molesting children was very small, the acts of church leaders in decades past to shuffle them around to keep them from accountability destroyed their credibility to lead the flock.
    Now that we have moved past that (with the probable exception of Roger Cardinal Mahoney in Los Angeles), the church needs to start teaching the faith. Chaput nails this; the church literally “made itself stupid” by not teaching what it means to be Catholic, our values, our doctrine, and our identity. The Catechism’s ubiquity may have convinced church leaders that teaching was no longer necessary, but the wide ranging misunderstandings of the faith even within the lay ministries disprove that beyond all doubt. Even in my own parish, one RCIA instructor told the class that all souls will eventually go to heaven, an ancient heresy long opposed by the Catholic Church as well as most Christian denominations. Is it any wonder that American Catholics can conclude after that instruction that they can “balance out” social justice issues as Chaput describes, if the weak level of instruction offered at a parish includes such heresies?
    Would better instruction in faith reduce the numbers in the parishes? Probably, but the mission of the Catholic Church (or any other Christian sect) is not to win beauty contests. It’s to teach timeless truths in a manner that merits confidence, demonstrates wisdom and moral clarity, and lift the souls of those who believe into eternal life. Chaput rightly puts the failure of the American Catholic church on church leadership itself. Hopefully, he can inspire the laity to demand better of church leaders, and inspire better leaders from within the ranks of the priesthood. (via The Anchoress)
    Addendum: In another example of the laity pressing for better consistency from the leaders, Creative Minority Report has an interview with a pro-life leader at the University of Notre Dame, who has started a movement to demand that ND withdraw its invitation to President Barack Obama to speak at its law-school commencement:
    In an exclusive interview with CMR, Mary K. Daly, the President of Notre Dame’s Right to Life group, said that the school administration’s decision to invite President Barack Obama to deliver the Commencement Address is a “slap in the face” to many Catholics and has many students questioning whether they can “in good conscience” attend their own college graduation.” …
    CMR: Do you folks have any plans to protest?
    Notre Dame Right to Life as a student group, though we do not at this time have concrete plans of response, I can assure you that there will be a response. The leadership committee of Right to Life, together with the leadership from all of the other conservative, Catholic-minded campus groups, will be meeting this Tuesday to discuss an organized response.

  175. JAC Says:

    WRITTEN BY A 15 yr. Old SCHOOL KID IN ARIZONA :

    Since the Pledge of Allegiance
    And The Lord’s Prayer Are not allowed in most
    Public schools anymore Because the word ‘God’ is mentioned…
    A kid in Arizona wrote the attached
    NEW School prayer : ……………………

    Now I sit me down in school
    Where praying is against the rule
    For this great nation under God
    Finds mention of Him very odd.

    If Scripture now the class recites, It violates the Bill of Rights.
    And anytime my head I bow
    Becomes a Federal matter now.
    Our hair can be purple, orange or green,
    That’s no offense; it’s a freedom scene.

    The law is specific, the law is precise.
    Prayers spoken aloud are a serious vice.
    For praying in a public hall
    Might offend someone with no faith at all

    In silence alone we must meditate,
    God’s name is prohibited by the state.
    We’re allowed to cuss and dress like freaks,
    And pierce our noses, tongues and cheeks..

    They’ve outlawed guns, but FIRST the Bible.
    To quote the Good Book makes me liable.
    We can elect a pregnant Senior Queen,
    And the ‘unwed daddy,’ our Senior King.

    It’s ‘inappropriate’ to teach right from wrong,
    We’re taught that such ‘judgments’ do not belong.
    We can get our condoms and birth controls,
    Study witchcraft, vampires and totem poles.

    But the Ten Commandments are not allowed,
    No word of God must reach this crowd.
    It’s scary here I must confess,
    When chaos reigns the school’s a mess.

    So, Lord, this silent plea I make:
    Should I be shot; My soul please take!

    Amen
    State: AZ

  176. jc Says:

    Listening on and off to Beck today and he just mentioned in passing the Birth Certificate. Did anyone catch his rant?

  177. ddlew2 Says:

    “Yes We Can” = “Thank You Satan”

  178. rosettasister Says:

    Good morning, America! How are you?!

    Will put up new post shortly.

    brb

    rose

  179. j.b. Says:

    These are sign ideas I had for my trip to the Capitol next month.

    IT’S NOT ABOUT MY PARTY
    IT’S ABOUT OUR COUNTRY

    THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT
    A FOUR LETTER WORD!

  180. j.b. Says:

    jc Says:

    March 23, 2009 at 4:38 pm
    Listening on and off to Beck today and he just mentioned in passing the Birth Certificate. Did anyone catch his rant?

    I did not, can you elaborate?

  181. rosettasister Says:

    New Thread:

    http://rosettasister.wordpress.com/2009/03/23/democrats-to-shelve-fast-track-process-on-climate-bill-for-now-%E2%80%93-some-democrats-and-republicans-open-to-including-language-establishing-a-%E2%80%9Creserve-fund%E2%80%9D-for-revenue-from-a-cap/

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