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So that’s where the term ‘Horse’s ass” comes from…

Posted by macroman3 @ 23:45 on December 29, 2015  


Posted by goldielocks @ 23:37 on December 29, 2015  

Found her she’s a Partiot from Tecas but was misinformed. Asked her to delete it don’t know who she got the info from.


Posted by goldielocks @ 23:19 on December 29, 2015  

Im so sorry, I should of called the number myself but was busy so going to call tomorrow. It looked like a similar one back then but there were more horses. I guess the note was a sick joke I got on my FB page. Some us are getting pranks like this were trying to find the culprit. One even had a baby who died from vaccines taken somehow and posted as a joke. Different groups for help for animals, people etc mixed together and occasionally a troll gets in. Left a message with one of my brothers who raises them too I gotta send another message now. If it happens again I’ll check it first. Again sorry I waisted your time. Am relieved it didn’t happen again though. I was making a list if ranchers before I read this.

And ipso, moving a business to Idahoo because of transgender fines…BG has his hands full already with Syrians…

Posted by macroman3 @ 22:18 on December 29, 2015  

I hope they have been vetted for transgendered terrorists…

Oh crap, DJmm is torn between Village People and Rocky Horror…

Dang it all, even tho BG was a Desert Rat, I gata go with his SD roots and a hat tip to Flag


Posted by Moggy @ 22:18 on December 29, 2015  

I’ve just received word from my Texas horse lover friend, who received a note from one of her contacts about the horses.  It seems this occurred five years ago and all the horses found homes.  We’ve been had.

Mr. Copper, 21:08, have you been introduced to Ororeef?

Posted by macroman3 @ 22:01 on December 29, 2015  

I would think raising minimum wage would help get the vote out to the Demolishers…

A 100 burger flippers to every McDonald franchise owner. Even if they only get 5/100 Shanowas to show up to the polling stations, that’s like 50 votes.

WTHDIK, me just a socialist Canuck but I know voter math*

*Same math that got George selected, just in case anyone thought I was parting hairs on a baboon.

The War On Journalists! 110 Killed In 2015

Posted by silverngold @ 21:46 on December 29, 2015  

Portugeezer @ 16:41

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 21:08 on December 29, 2015  

Roger that Rich, and thank you for the comeback. Even Trump doesn’t say things I say, leading me to believe he may have been approached by the shadow gov’t guys to run for office. And say things that people are angry about, and plan things that need to be done to restore the USA back to what it used to be.

I was disappointed that Trump said he would not raise the base lowest wage reference point. However he may have lied about that to avoid losing votes, and might in fact raise the minimum wage after he gets elected, because its very important to straighten things out.

TPTB have been saying for decades…”Raising the minimum wage will kill jobs” but that’s a lot of baloney. The minimum wage was raised many times over the years without killing jobs. Raising the wages of unionized public service sector civil service jobs have been killing jobs.

Thousands of small businesses have gone bankrupt, killing thousands of jobs, because the more money tax absorbers get paid, the higher the property taxes go on a commercial buildings, then the land lords to stay even raise the rents, and small businesses can’t raise prices to cover higher rents, then lay all off and shut down.

The under paid masses have been dragging the whole system down. Big global businesses free trade, and under reporting the true inflation rate are the culprit. With an average of a 25% under paid workforce the result is like a 25% unemployment effect.

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:31 on December 29, 2015  



Posted by goldielocks @ 19:08 on December 29, 2015  

Your a diamond in the rough.

Jesse … No Pollyanna

Posted by ipso facto @ 19:03 on December 29, 2015  

There were 241 gold contracts ‘delivered’ yesterday at the Comex.

And JPM took 240 of them for their ‘house account.’

This has been the story this entire month for gold.

And this is in addition to deliveries themselves being at historic lows, and miniscule compared to what is happening in the physical markets, of which the Comex is certainly not.

But even the LBMA is rather short of available and unencumbered bullion for quick delivery. Or at least the research through public documents which some fellows have done seems to clearly show that.

Someone asked me today how the price can be so routinely held down, given the huge physical offtakes being reported.

The current price of gold in the Western markets is based on the trading of gold derivatives with little or no physical bullion changing hands, almost like a ‘currency’ and probably with currency crosses in mind, among other things.

The problem with this of course is that while the central banks do own printing presses, they do not own bullion creation machines. But the financial system can ‘gin up ‘synthetic gold’ claims in abundance at least in the short term.

The failure of MF Global offered us a taste of this. All of the usual signs of trouble behind the curtains are present.

This divergence between the metal and its physical fundamental backing has been fomented by a few large multinational players, who are like serial felons in their rigging of many other global markets.

And of course this is enabled by the willing blindness of the regulators and involved parties to the growing risks of such an obvious scheme.

While there is little downside punishment and great financial reward the kinds of reforms that are necessary for the markets to be cleaned up and made productive again are not likely to happen.

And one fundamental part of this problem is that so many of those who have complaints about this lack of transparent honesty are narrowly focused on the priority of their own specific areas of interest.

Nowhere is this more apparent than in the ‘identity politics’ of the current US presidential contest, and the ability of the political stooges to turn one group on another. After all, it is easier to enable one’s anger against the weak and often innocent victims, rather than the powerful oppressor.

Corruption is contagious. And its success can cause it to spread like a plague from one market to another, and one critical area and function of a cynically corrupt society to another as well.

I realize that this paints a rather dismal view of things going forward. I suspect we will see a number of cathartic events, at time approaching almost bestial cruelty and ignorance, before the American people are done with allowing the irresponsibles to steer them willingly along the edge of an abyss.

Still, history shows that we and others have been here many times before.

Have a pleasant evening.



Posted by Moggy @ 19:00 on December 29, 2015  

The horses may yet have a chance, Goldie.  My Texas friend knows a lot of horse lovers and has contacted a group in Texas and a bunch in Ohio, where the horses are located.  And I’ve put the word out to local horse lovers, so good may come from your post yet.

Just when you think you’ve heard it all … a good time to move your company to Idaho?

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:52 on December 29, 2015  

NWO LIBERAL INSANITY: You Could Be Fined 250,000 Dollars If You Offend A Transgender Woman In New York City

Political correctness is officially out of control in New York City. According to brand new rules that were just issued by the New York City Commission on Human Rights, you could potentially be fined $250,000 if you purposely offend someone that is transgender. This includes such offenses as calling a transgender woman “him” when she wants to be called “her”, or not allowing a transgender woman to use the women’s bathroom. These guidelines are particularly focused on the behavior of landlords, employers and businesses, but they will undoubtedly create a chilling effect on speech all throughout New York City.

more http://sgtreport.com/2015/12/you-could-be-fined-250000-dollars-if-you-offend-a-transgender-woman-in-new-york-city/

Great proposal although I doubt it will go anywhere

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:17 on December 29, 2015  

California Politicians Could Soon Be Forced To Wear Logos Of Top Corporate Donors


Found a water bottle that filters radiation

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:44 on December 29, 2015  

And chemicals like Mercury but wouldn’t trust it with bacteria.


Tyler Durden – Mr Copper

Posted by Portugeezer @ 16:41 on December 29, 2015  

Did you read the article?

It was written by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog.

They also post articles by Paul Craig Roberts, Simon Black and several other major critics of the government.

They do not post your comments like yours, for sure.

They think obarmy is a marxist muslim treasonous traitor.

They don’t believe that buildings fall down because of paper fires as you have suggested.

They state with certainty that the U.S. Government was complicit in the 911 false flag event.

They don’t believe that four planes can vapourize on one day when no plane has ever vapourized before.

Perhaps you might try Reading some of their posted articles.

And no, I don’t believe everything they post, but just like S&G and AU’s posts,  I read them all.

Regards, Rich

Moggie 10:33

Posted by goldielocks @ 16:38 on December 29, 2015  

Thanks, or the horses thank you. They don’t have long. Guess people really need to make arrangements If  something happens to them. You think the son would have more compassion.

Dr Mercola: Almost 800,000 people die each year in the USA from medical mistakes.

Posted by silverngold @ 14:59 on December 29, 2015  
Worth a few minutes of your time if your life and the lives of your loved ones are important to you.

Moggy @ 12:06

Posted by ipso facto @ 14:22 on December 29, 2015  

The author could have given more ideas on that. He did mention bitcoins, but not the obvious ways, silver and gold.

FWIW: Ron Paul: Is Islam on the Verge of Engulfing Western Civilization? Under 17 minutes

Posted by silverngold @ 13:11 on December 29, 2015  

If You Want To Limit The Power Of The Super-Wealthy, Stop Buying Imported Foreign Made Products.

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:14 on December 29, 2015  

Tyler Durden does not exist. Tyler Durden is a reference to the lead character in Fight Club. It’s the pseudonym for Zero Hedge’s key author(s) used to hide their identities.

The hidden IDENTITIES are probably NWO gov’t propaganda writers, paid by the super-wealthy Financial Aristocracy, that purposely directs peoples attention and or blame in the wrong direction. “Tyler Durden” will NEVER say the things I say.

I don’t see anything wrong with using their money. But buying their imported foreign made products is forcing Americans to pay a global income tax paid to support (welfare) to foreign nations workers EVERYTIME they buy an import, has resulted in a hollowed out industrial base and wiped out the US middle class.

Ipso @ 11:37

Posted by Moggy @ 12:06 on December 29, 2015  

It is more helpful to instruct people HOW to do something rather than to tell them WHAT to do and then leave them hanging.

If You Want To Limit The Power Of The Super-Wealthy, Stop Using Their Money

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:37 on December 29, 2015  

Tyler Durden’s pictureSubmitted by Tyler Durden on 12/29/2015 10:31 -0500

Submitted by Charles Hugh-Smith of OfTwoMinds blog,

The only way to reverse rising inequality and break the power of the super-wealthy Financial Aristocracy is to stop using their central-bank issued currencies.

Many well-meaning people want to limit the wealth and power of the super-wealthy, i.e. the Financial Aristocracy/Oligarchy. (For more on the modern class structure, please see America’s Nine Classes: The New Class Hierarchy.)

Reformers have suggested everything from a global tax on wealth (Piketty) to publicly owned banks to limiting the pay to play circus of campaign contributions.

None of these will change the power structure or limit the super-wealthy. as I explained last week, If We Don’t Change the Way Money Is Created and Distributed, We Change Nothing. The super-wealthy will either move their capital elsewhere, derail the reforms, or have their political lackeys water the reforms down to the point they are nothing but a politically useful illusion of “change.”

The only way to systemically limit the power and wealth of the Financial Aristocracy is to stop using their money, i.e. central-bank issued state currencies. Central-bank/state issued money is borrowed into existence and made available to financiers and the Financial Aristocracy to buy up productive assets.

Central states borrow some of this money to fund their bread and circuses welfare programs that keep the restive underclasses distracted, insecure and dependent on the state, but none of this actually changes the ownership or capital structure of the economy; it just makes the masses complicit in the status quo.

Though the vast majority of us have little opportunity to use money that isn’t issued by central banks, that’s changing. Bitcoin is the most well-known example of a non-state, non-central bank form of global money, but there are many more in use or in development.

The state/central bank monopoly on issuing and distributing money is (along with war-making and coercion) the state’s most jealously guarded monopoly. The state– which includes the largely invisible Deep State, the central bank (Federal Reserve) and the visible machinery of government–retains the sole right is issue money in whatever sums it chooses and to whom it chooses because the jig is up if the state loses the power to reward its Financial Aristocracy cronies and fund its own programs.

A nation-state in which the populace is free to use a variety of competing currencies is a nation-state in which the state can’t fund itself with newly issued funny-money or distribute new money to the super-wealthy.

In a nation that uses competing global non-state currencies, the state must live off tax revenues and bonds sold in the open market, free of central bank collusion.

In a nation that uses competing global non-state currencies, the state cannot generate inflation by over-issuing money.

In a nation that uses competing global non-state currencies, the central bank loses the power to enrich the super-wealthy.

Isn’t it obvious that whomever controls the digital “printing press” of new money controls everything? Conversely, if this power is stripped away from centralized states and their banks and decentralized (as I outline in my new book A Radically Beneficial World: Automation, Technology and Creating Jobs for All), the essential mechanism of transferring wealth to the super-wealthy and their political lapdogs (Clintons et al.) is broken.

States will naturally suppress competing currencies and outlaw any threat to their monopoly. That bitcoin is not yet illegal in the U.S. is a surprise. What isn’t a surprise is that Goldman Sachs has sought patents on its own crypto-currency: Goldman Sachs wants to create its own version of bitcoin. (via Drew S.)

Those who believe states can never lose control of their currency should consider what happens in hyper-inflation. When states debauch their currencies and push them over the cliff, people abandon the currency in favor of money that holds its value and acts as a means of exchange.

In such a setting, a non-state digital crypto-currency currency is a practical solution. Gold and silver are always money, but they have their own risks and limitations (“my lead will take your gold” etc.). When official money loses its purchasing power, even phone-card minutes can act as money.

As farfetched as it may sound today, I suspect there will be a ruthlessly Darwinian sorting of currencies within the next 10 years. Nations with broken national currencies that adopt non-state competing currencies will outperform nations that cling to centralized enrich-the-already-super-wealthy model of central bank-issued currencies.

The only way to reverse rising inequality and break the power of the super-wealthy Financial Aristocracy is to stop using their central-bank issued national currencies. When the world ceases to use the Financial Aristocracy’s money, their power to accumulate more wealth at the expense of everyone else will disappear.

Everyone who is convinced that the current status quo is permanent and unbreakable should consider what happened to the super-wealthy private landholders of the Western Roman Empire. When the empire’s power to coerce broke down, the super-wealthy vanished into the dustbin of history.

Few believed that possible in 475 AD, but history isn’t a matter of belief. Believing it isn’t possible doesn’t stop history.


Thanks, ipso. Anyone else?

Posted by amals @ 10:54 on December 29, 2015  


Posted by Moggy @ 10:33 on December 29, 2015  

I’ve copied your post and sent it on to a friend who boards horses; she knows a few “horse” people.

P.S.  I’ve also sent it to three members of the local saddle club.

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