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Wednesday, January 27, 2010


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Friday, January 15, 2010

Pat Robertson is a sick sick bastard...

NEW YORK (CBS) Pat Robertson, the American Christian televangelist and host of "The 700 Club," said that Haitians need to have a "great turning to god" while he was reporting on the devastating 7.0 earthquake that shook the island nation — the most powerful to hit the country in a century.

As Haitian Prime Minister Jean-Max Bellerive said "well over" 100,000 people may have died in the natural disaster, Robertson took to the airwaves Wednesday on his show and said that the country has been "cursed by one thing after another" since they "swore a pact to the devil."

"Something happened a long time ago in Haiti and people might not want to talk about," Robertson said Tuesday.

"They were under the heel of the French, you know Napoleon the third and whatever. And they got together and swore a pact to the devil. They said 'We will serve you if you will get us free from the prince.' True story. And so the devil said, 'Ok it’s a deal.' And they kicked the French out. The Haitians revolted and got something themselves free. But ever since they have been cursed by one thing after another," Robertson said.

This is not the first time the former Republican presidential candidate has made controversial comments in the wake of disasters.

He has linked Hurricane Katrina and terrorist attacks to legalized abortion.

"I was reading, yesterday, a book that was very interesting about what God has to say in the Old Testament about those who shed innocent blood…But have we found we are unable somehow to defend ourselves against some of the attacks that are coming against us, either by terrorists or now by natural disaster? Could they be connected in some way?" Robertson said in a September 12, 2005 broadcast of "The 700 Club," soon after Hurricane Katrina.

Editors Note: It is a sick thing to think that you could calculate the revenge that God has sought against human beings. One could construe that this guy thinks this was a righteous event and that these people got exactly what they deserved. It's Jerry Falwells reincarnation...


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Rush.... Shut Up!

By: Mark Silva - "The Swamp." Maybe radio's Rush Limbaugh was trying to provide the Rev. Pat Robertson with a little cover, when he suggested on-air that people don't need to contribute money to Haitian earthquake relief. 

It was Robertson who first suggested that the people of Haiti are paying for "a pact with the devil'' made centuries ago.

But it was Limbaugh -- at a time when the president is asking Americans to contribute money to earthquake relief and directing them to the White House Website to learn where they can help, as the State Department reports more than $3 million in $10 donations for the Red Cross through its text-messaging network -- who told a caller that all helping out will do is get someone on Obama's campaign email list.

"We've already donated to Haiti,'' Limbaugh told the caller on his radio show (here it below) "It's called the U.S. income tax."

President Barack Obama today announced $100 million in direct aid to Haiti for earthquake relief.

And the president's press secretary, who already had commented on the ''stupid'' remarks that Robertson had made, was asked what he has to say about Limbaugh saying Americans shouldn't donate money.

"Again, I think in times of great crisis there are always people that say really stupid things,'' said Robert Gibbs, the press secretary, at today's press briefing.

A woman looks for a body among hundreds of earthquake victims at the morgue in Port-au-Prince today. The Red Cross has estimated 50,000 dead. The Haitian government has said it could exceed 100,000. (Photo by Ramon Espinosa / AP)

"I don't know how anybody could sit where he does, having enjoyed the success that he has, and not feel some measure of sorrow for what has happened in Haiti. I think to use the power of your pulpit to try to convince those not to help their brothers and sisters is sad. My sense is that most people, though, because they understand we're part of an amazing world, won't listen, and instead will seek to help those that they know, because through no fault of their own, have suffered an unspeakable tragedy.''


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Thursday, January 14, 2010

Astronomical Timetable

Christmas Dec 25

Winter Solstice; On December 21 the Earth Stops its angular wobble as we travel around the sun. This causes the the area the Sun's projection on the Earth's surface to shift back in forth causing the effects of the known seasons. As the Earth shifts back and forth in this wobble the time required for the Suns projection area to change is 3 days. After this three days the Suns projection begins it's slow downward trend ultimately making the amount of time there is perceivable sunlight outside to last longer and longer each day.

Easter March 22 - April 25

Spring Equinox; The point at which Day overcomes night. This being because of the Sun's projection area on the Earth's surface is now longer in duration thereby changing the climate making the soil more fertile and the temperature more moderate.

Summer  June 21, 2010

Summer Solistice; The point at which the days are at their longest point and highest temperatures. Three days after this day the time of Sunlight in a 24 hour period will slowly become shorter until finally reaching the New Beginning of this cycle.

Autumn September 22-23, 2010

Autumn Equinox; The nights are now longer than the days, this effect will continue until the end of the cycle. 

Wednesday, January 6, 2010

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Monday, January 4, 2010

How the mind seeks truth...

Every thinking person is continually brought face to face with the need to discriminate between what is true and what is false, what is probable and what is doubtful or impossible. These decisions rest on a combination of knowledge, skepticism, faith, common sense, and intelligent guessing.

In one way or another, we decide whether the road to town is too icy for going by car, whether the child is telling the truth about seeing a burglar upstairs, whether the threatened layoff at the local plant will take place after all.

All adults have acquired techniques for verifying a rumor and a report so that they can take appropriate action. They supplement their experience and learning by recourse to special sources or items of information --- the broadcast weather report on the state of the road; the child's known habit of fantasy; or the word of the plant manager who has access to firsthand knowledge.

Few of those who run their lives in this way stop to think that in the first case they trusted a technical report which, though not infallible, is the only authority on the subject; that in the second case, the ground for judgment was prior observation and inference; and that the third resort was to a competent witness. It is sometimes possible to use all three kinds of aids to judgment, and others besides, such as the opinions of neighbors and friends, to say nothing of trial and error.

All but the most thoughtless and impulsive will use their minds before giving credence to others' say-so, and try to collect evidence before trusting their own surmises. The world is too full of doubt and falsehood to make any other course mentally or physically safe.

The intelligent newspaper reader, for example, daily encounters "incredible" stories and tries automatically to "verify" them, first by "reading between the lines" and drawing what seems at the moment an acceptable conclusion, and later by looking for further reports. Limited as this effort is, one cannot always make it from an armchair. . . .

When ordinary readers encounter a story of this kind and carry their speculation as far as we have supposed, they end by doing one of several things:

(1) they accept it because it appeared in a periodical they trust;
(2) they reject it because it does not square with what they think likely;
(3) they suspend judgment until more information comes out; or
(4) they ignore the enigma altogether.

A judicious reader will adopt (3), though there is nothing downright foolish about the other choices.

But the researcher and historical reporter has a greater responsibility, which denies him the right to any of the four solutions. He may indeed come to rest on (3), but not until he had done a great deal of work; and except under certain conditions, (1), (2), and (4) go against his professional training and obligations.

As the student of past events tries to answer the question What did happen? he confronts the same uncertainties as the newspaper reader, but with this important difference: the researcher must try to reach a decision and make it rationally convincing, not only to himself, but to others. The steps by which he performs this task constitute Verification.

Verification is required of the researcher on a multitude of points --- from getting the author's first name correct to proving that a document is both genuine and authentic. Verification is accordingly conducted on many planes, and its technique is not fixed. It relies on attention to detail, on common-sense reasoning, on a developed "feel" for history and chronology, on familiarity with human behavior, and ever enlarging stores of information. . . .


Saturday, January 2, 2010

From: Spell 125, Egyptian Book of the Dead

 In truth, I now come to you, and I have brought Maat (truth) to you,
And I have destroyed wickedness for you.
I have committed no evil upon men.
I have not oppressed the members of my family.
I have not wrought evil in the place of right and truth.
I have had no knowledge of useless men.
I have brought about no evil.
I did not rise in the morning and expect more than was due to me.
I have not brought my name forward to be praised.
I have not oppressed servants.
I have not scorned any god.
I have not defrauded the poor of their property.
I have not done what the gods abominate.
I have not caused harm to be done to a servant by his master.
I have not caused pain.
I have caused no man to hunger.
I have made no one weep.
I have not killed.
I have not given the order to kill.
I have not inflicted pain on anyone.
I have not stolen the drink left for the gods in the temples.
I have not stolen the cakes left for the gods in the temples.
I have not stolen the cakes left for the dead in the temples.
I have not fornicated.
I have not polluted myself.
I have not diminished the bushel when I've sold it.
I have not added to or stolen land.
I have not encroached on the land of others.
I have not added weights to the scales to cheat buyers.
I have not misread the scales to cheat buyers.
I have not stolen milk from the mouths of children.
I have not driven cattle from their pastures.
I have not captured the birds of the preserves of the gods.
I have not caught fish with bait made of like fish.
I have not held back the water when it should flow.
I have not diverted the running water in a canal.
I have not put out a fire when it should burn.
I have not violated the times when meat should be offered to the gods.I have not driven off the cattle from the property of the gods.


Who lives on the entrails of the mighty ones on the day of the great judgement.
Grant that I may come to you,
For I have committed no faults,
I have not sinned,
I have not done evil,
I have not lied,
Therefore let nothing evil happen to me.
I live on maat (truth) , and I feed on maat (truth),
I have performed the commandments of me and the things pleasing to the gods,
I have made the god to be at peace with me,
I have acted according to his will.
I have given bread to the hungry man, and water to the thirsty man,
And clothes to the naked man, and a boat to the boatless.
I have made holy offerings to the gods,
and meals for the dead.
Deliver me, protect me, accuse me not in the presence of Osiris.
I am pure of mouth and pure of hands,
Therefore, let all who see me welcome me,
For I have heard the mighty word which the spiritual bodies spoke to the Cat,

Friday, January 1, 2010


“I need not fear my enemies because the most they can do is attack me. I need not fear my friends because the most they can do is betray me. But I have much to fear from people who are indifferent.” Ancient Proverb

Sometimes it's funny to watch people make their mistakes so much so that you don't even try to stop it, the vein nature in which they embark on such an idea makes it worth it to watch their undoing...PATCAMADEUS

“When I am . . . traveling in a carriage, or walking after a good meal, or during the night when I cannot sleep; it is on such occasions that ideas flow best and most abundantly.” -Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

“Happiness is not a horse, you cannot harness it”

Russian Proverb

Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing.
Benjamin Franklin

He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.
Benjamin Franklin

He that won't be counseled can't be helped.
Benjamin Franklin

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.
Benjamin Franklin

The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself.
Benjamin Franklin

The way to see by Faith is to shut the Eye of Reason.
Benjamin Franklin

Those disputing, contradicting, and confuting people are generally unfortunate in their affairs. They get victory, sometimes, but they never get good will, which would be of more use to them.
Benjamin Franklin

Wise men don't need advice. Fools won't take it.
Benjamin Franklin

Your net worth to the world is usually determined by what remains after your bad habits are subtracted from your good ones.
Benjamin Franklin

They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.  
Benjamin Franklin




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