the absurdity of the Paris-ites …

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‘There is not a single fact, figure or observation that leads us to conclude that the world‘s climate is in any way =disturbed‘. It is variable, as it has always been, but rather less so now than during certain periods or geological eras.’

‘Rising sea levels are a normal phenomenon linked to upthrust buoyancy; they are nothing to do with so-called global warming. As for extreme weather events – they are no more frequent now than they have been in the past.’

‘We are fighting for a cause (reducing CO2 emissions) that serves absolutely no purpose, in which we alone believe, and which we can do nothing about. You would probably have to go quite a long way back in human history to find such a mad obsession.’

That’s the view from a large number of French scientists, just as Paris-ites are packing their bags for the final boondoggle to end…

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“The Fugitive” Update

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It has been now 5 or 6 days. The usual progression is a little shock and awe, direful promises that the perp will be caught, then the story dies off in the shadows. The LAPD is now offering a $1 million reward. The government cannot even protect its own people, how will they protect you?

Here’s some links:
http://abcnews.go.com/US/christopher-dorner-manhunt-sighting-leads-store-evacuation/story?id=18457978

http://news.yahoo.com/fugitive-ex-la-cop-charged-murder-officer-211145013.html

http://news.yahoo.com/anxiety-settles-la-area-fugitive-ex-cop-hunt-082904648.html

http://news.yahoo.com/grammys-manhunt-ex-cop-extend-lapd-shifts-143337009.html

http://www.cbsnews.com/8301-201_162-57568570/manhunt-for-ex-lapd-officer-christopher-dorner-drags-on-in-the-california-mountains/

http://www.lewrockwell.com/vance/vance321.html

I see the LAPD saying “OK we’ll do an investigation of your charges.” What a danger that is. That’s a mind game, a ploy to draw out the negro. This trick was played in Alabama during the hostage situation, when the sergent said “thank you for taking good care of the kid.” The subject let up just a little bit, then the next day they dropped the hammer and raided, killing him.

These jedi mind tricks are much cheaper than employing a pig at 30 bucks…

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The Power of Conservative Combat to Overcome Drug Smugglers

Smuggle or someone is under arrest!

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Drugs are addictive.

So do the Republicans vying for gubernatorial and Senatorial defense in Washington, D.C., as the nation’s biggest

power players in Republican political warfare are addressing the observations concerning on-location smuggling.

I will disintegrate drug smuggling once and for all mankind when the Senate Fiduciary Committee reports to a slew of Republican National Convention lawmakers and their aides whenever drug busting is limited. R.N.C delegates are hoping for more legislative work in the Nation’s Capitol – and how the team on Capitol Hill will be debating over the conspiracies facing drug smugglers and their assignments around the planet as Congress deems the prevailing over this controversial issue. I am wondering if the R.N.C. lobbyists, political leaders and pundits will be engaged in this riveting area of Republican conservative political rallying involving the President, Vice President and the countless mayors, Senate Majority and Minority Leaders, governors and mayors in…

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13 Books That Will Make You Want To Wander The World

A collection of thirteen of the best books that will make you want to wander abroad.

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On the road, long journeys require good books. Off the road, there’s nothing like a good book to inspire you to set off to some unknown land. Books inspire, transform, and educate us. Travel books especially teach us about the world around us as we get ready to travel the world and explore lands. Here is a list of some of the funniest, craziest, and most inspiring travel books for you to read on and off the road.

DoTravelWritersGoToHellThe Beach

In Alex Garland’s tale about backpackers and their search for paradise, we follows Richard and his quest to “do something different” in Thailand. The book is part adventure and part exploration of why we always search for these utopias and the consequences of that quest.

The Alchemist

This story, one of the most-read books in recent history, follows a young DoTravelWritersGoToHellshepherd boy from Spain to Egypt as he follows his heart…

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