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Posted by treefrog @ 17:23 on October 3, 2015  

Russian+His+Swing

Comedy relief. Struck me as funny

Posted by goldielocks @ 14:22 on October 3, 2015  

to hear people of different subjects say about the same thing about Armstrong when they disagree with his opinions. It was like hearing a recording of what I heard before lol including not being able to understand him  one person I know called him a monkey on a keyboard.Many have trouble understanding him.

Heres some quotes from a fellow from Austrailia responding to some of Armstrongs post on global warming. In short told him I’m leaving it to you guys who follow it as not my expertise and when studying it years ago found way too much corruption involved

Honestly “addressing me”he’s a blowhard who thinks he knows better than scientists who actually study the topic. Is there any one thing in there you found persuasive? I’m struggling to find any evidence that backs his assertions. To be honest most of the time it’s not even clear what he’s asserting. On the other hand you have the work of over 800 of the worlds leading scientists in the relevant fields summarising thousands and thousands of peer-reviewed science articles here: https://www.ipcc.ch/report/ar5/wg

 

The Corbett Report…..and another good one worth the time

Posted by silverngold @ 12:46 on October 3, 2015  

Covers Russia in Syria, Agenda 2030, and lots more. Again, if the truth hurts better walk on by!!

Auandag @ 9:57….Another False Flag

Posted by silverngold @ 11:48 on October 3, 2015  

Damned Right!! That is a very good presentation  that should open peoples eyes to what the Obama Administration has been working so hard to accomplish. WTF is the matter with the US people that they cannot see this and get rid of that traitorous treasonous lying POS while there is still a country left to salvage??

For those of you that don’t want to know what is being done to you and your once great country I would suggest you just close your eyes and walk on by….because once it is seen it cannot be unseen.

Warmonger

Posted by ipso facto @ 11:20 on October 3, 2015  

Rubio pledges new sanctions against ‘gangster and thug’ Putin and ‘lethal military assistance ‘ to Ukraine if he’s elected president

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3257657/Rubio-pledges-new-sanctions-against-gangster-thug-Putin-lethal-military-assistance-Ukraine-s-elected-president.html#ixzz3nWD22DOh

Another False Flag?

Posted by Auandag @ 9:57 on October 3, 2015  

from soee

Posted by eeos @ 9:01 on October 3, 2015  

Largest megaphone in history here? It’s blasting a message folks, let it be heard

Megaphone

 

Can’t beat them, so they’ll join em’

Posted by eeos @ 8:20 on October 3, 2015  

Nine of the world’s biggest banks including Goldman Sachs and Barclays have joined forces with New York-based financial tech firm R3 to create a framework for using blockchain technology in the markets, the firm said on Tuesday.

It is the first time banks have come together to work on a shared way in which the technology that underpins bitcoin – a controversial, web-based “crytocurrency” – can be used in finance.

Over the past year, interest in blockchain technology has grown rapidly. It has already attracted significant investment from many major banks, which reckon it could save them money by making their operations faster, more efficient and more transparent. Read more

Putin’s Mideast messages to the region. Alliance with America is foolish and potentially deadly

Posted by eeos @ 8:16 on October 3, 2015  

To those who are tempted to welcome Russia’s “help” in our war against ISIS, please consider the following: First, Putin wants Russia to supplant the United States as the pre-eminent world power in the Middle East. By forging closer ties with Syria, Iraq, Iran, and Hezbollah, Putin hopes to build an alliance that stretches from the Mediterranean to the Persian Gulf — an alliance that explicitly includes and incorporates known American enemies and is implacably hostile to American allies like the Israelis and the Kurds. Second, fighting ISIS is incidental to this goal. Putin doesn’t care if the Middle East is “stable,” and he doesn’t have the slightest desire to halt the flow of migrants into Western Europe (or the U.S., for that matter). He can easily tolerate long-term conflict — so long as his forces and allies maintain the upper hand, America’s international position erodes, and American allies are weak, dispirited, and ultimately defeated. Russia cares about power, not about building stable, just, and moderate Middle Eastern governments. Read more 

First American dollar could fetch $5 million

Posted by eeos @ 8:14 on October 3, 2015  

As the saying goes, a dollar ain’t worth what it used to be. That is, unless it’s a silver dollar from 1794.

One of these rare coins — from the first batch of dollar-denominated coins ever produced in the country — is expected to fetch $3 million to $5 million when it goes up for auction Wednesday.

It’s the top lot in a sale of 104 American federal coins from the 1790s to 1830s that are part of the famed Pogue collection, being sold by Stack’s Bowers Galleries.

The 1794 silver dollar is one of more than 1,750 that were minted, and roughly 100 that survived, according to Lawrence R. Stack, a founder of Stack’s Bowers. Of those surviving coins, only a handful are in top condition. read more

Ouch! I have different words for hilarious, but the other two fit nicely.

Posted by Scruffy @ 7:59 on October 3, 2015  

A new poll conducted by USA Today/Suffolk University had voters describe Democratic presidential candidates in one word. Topping the list for Bernie Sanders? “Socialist,” while frontrunner Hillary Clinton is, for many, a “liar.”

While voters like Vice President Joe Biden — who has not even announced that he is running for the presidency — they also think he is an “idiot.”

Clinton’s word-of-the-day was “liar/dishonest,” followed by “untrustworthy/fake.”  When asked about Sanders, the most frequent response was “socialist,” with “favorable/good” coming in second.  For the vice president, to be fair, the top response was “favorable/like,” followed by “honest/honorable,” but the top five also included “idiot/joke.”

While Clinton has retained her frontrunner status, she no longer holds the majority vote as Sanders and Biden — again, who is not even running yet — are quickly gaining ground.

Clinton currently holds 41% of the vote, while Sanders has 23%, and 20% go to Biden, should he choose to run.

“I support Hillary Clinton for a lack of any other real option,” William Sather, 41, who one of those polled, told USA Today. “Bernie is swell and all, but I don’t quite think he’s electable.”

He is also worried about Clinton’s electability however, noting, “she’s a terrific leader, it’s just, I can understand there’s a lot of gut-level hatred of her.”

Others expressed their concerns about Clinton during follow-up interviews as well.

“Trust is a huge thing when it comes to politics, (and) she’s lost that trust,” Anthony Edelen, 37, a small-business owner, told USA Today.

The poll questioned 1,000 likely voters, was taken by phone Sept. 24-28, and has a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points, while the sample of 430 Democrats has an error margin of +/- 5 points.

Bet this doesn’t make the MSM headlines!

Posted by Scruffy @ 7:13 on October 3, 2015  

For a third month in a row, native-born Americans saw their job numbers tumble while immigrants experience solid gains.

According to the montly Bureau of Labor Statistics numbers just released, “foreign-born” jobs numbers increased by 14,000, while those for “native-born” Americans fell off a cliff, by 262,000.

Over the past three months, the job numbers for native-born have dropped by nearly 1 million, exactly the number of jobs President Obama promised to add when he ran for re-election in 2012.

During that period, jobs for immigrants grew 218,000.

To see the data, click the BLS link then choose “employed” for both foreign and native born citizens and then click “retrieve data.”

And no Obozo

Posted by eeos @ 5:47 on October 3, 2015  

Did not take his oath on the Koran.  It’s simply not true, but it serves people’s needs because it the aligns with their views. Just because someone told you or you read it on the internet doesn’t mean it’s true. I still think he’s a communist Muslim turd. Show me the evidence of his hand on the koran. And it can’t be from some BS website standalone that someone Photoshopped. Carson needs to back up this claim, if he could prove it, it would be a scandal that rocked the world. Anyone can claim anything but eventually the rubber needs to meet me at the road

https://www.washingtonpost.com/national/inauguration/obama-to-take-oath-on-bibles-used-by-martin-luther-king-jr-lincoln/2013/01/09/b9e7d3be-5aa1-11e2-88d0-c4cf65c3ad15_story.html

And if you think carbon nanotubes

Posted by eeos @ 5:38 on October 3, 2015  

Are any answer to the future, let me sell you this big chunk of friable asbestos, It’s a wonderful air freshener for your house. I don’t trust anything nano. Now it’s even in our foods with crap foods like poptarts. Nothing nano deserves to be in (or around) our bodies. nanoparticles are also a threat any time a product is disposed of or crushed. Mark my words, in the future nanoparticles are going to be widely feared just like asbestos is today. And we will look back and think why the hell did someone mess with this stuff and embedded into so many products? But first they need too poison the world with it

I’m in agreement about Jim Sinclair

Posted by eeos @ 5:21 on October 3, 2015  

Yeah we have things figured out just as well as he does. Why else would he marry up with Bill Holter? No don’t get me wrong I think that bill holter is a fantastic writer and he has a lot of facts straight. But he’s also a fictional writer who gets you sitting on the edge of the chair. His writing style blends reality with fantansy. And then you have the famous chartist that he used to get out and tout….that we all know. Another chameleon. Right sometimes and you think he knows what he talks about, but then the next thing you know, he gets you mowed down in a trade and you realize he’s fallible just like everyone else. I used to love Jim Sinclair and I thought he was the s***. Now I just think he is s***

Weather & Stocks

Posted by Ororeef @ 2:07 on October 3, 2015  

I recommend a book Named “TIDES in The Affairs OF MEN” by Edgar Lawrence Smith ..a classic study of weather effects on Stock Market Behavior 1939

last known reprint by Frasier Publishing box 494 Burlington Vt 05402

Puptent

Posted by goldielocks @ 0:44 on October 3, 2015  

It’s global warming.

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