Strange Flying Monsters Sighted in the Amazon

I wonder what was going through their heads?

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Dramatic photographs of previously unfound Amazon Indians have highlighted the precariousness of the few remaining "lost" tribes and the dangers they face from contact with outsiders.

The bow-and-arrow wielding Indians in the pictures released on Thursday are likely the remnants of a larger tribe who were forced deeper into the forest by encroaching settlement, experts said.

Scott McClellan Lays the Smack Down

Okay, he isn’t saying anything that we already don’t know. But because it is coming from such a GWB insider, the shit has really hit the fan.

Scott Claims:

Bush Administration used propaganda to galvanize war support. (Yes, of course that is true. It has been true for every war ever fought)

The Administration completely failed after the Hurricane Katrina disaster. (Uh, yeah no shit)

The war in Iraq was a huge tactical blunder. (It wasn’t the decision to go to war that was a blunder; it was the horrific handling of the war after the initial invasion)

-Anyway, this should provide the media a few days of fun

Cop Pulls Over Van; Hilariouty Ensues

He has no clue who to grab or who to chase

The Answer to Why We are Here

The ultimate question, right? Well, I’ll give you the ultimate answer.

The reason that we (you, I, all of us) are here is: Conflict

The universe is a harmony of destruction. And naturally, like the universe, Man is a harmony of destruction. We are love and hate, positive and negative, pushing at each other. -creating art.

We are the original creator’s artistic reality. Conflict is our very nature. We are not here to serve or to even live. We are here to clash with one another in order for future generations to clash with one another.

-Because, the universe is action. Without conflict the universe cannot grow. Without conflict, the universe ceases to be. Without conflict, we would not be here.

Democrats; The Gullible Breed

It is amazing how so little substance can garner such extraordinary attention. And what’s scary about this, is, not necessarily the prospect of him winning the White House (he has no chance), but rather the amount of people who find comfort in his bullshit message. –But hey, that’s what makes them Democrats…

75,000 People Watch Obama Speak

PORTLAND, Ore. -- Sen. Barack Obama has seen his share of large crowds over the last 15 months, but his campaign said they have not approached the numbers gathered along the waterfront here right now.

The campaign, citing figures from Duane Bray, battalion chief of Portland Fire & Rescue, estimated that 75,000 people are watching him speak.

The scene suggests this is not an exaggeration. The sea of heads stretches for half a mile along the grassy embankment, while others watch from kayaks and power boats bobbing on the Willamette River. More hug the rails of the steel bridge that stretches across the water and crowds are even watching from jetties on the opposite shore.

I’m Happy for Same-Sex Couples

I’m not going to go over my entire view on gay marriage again… if you’re interested you can read my essay here, or opinions here.

But I will say that I am happy for the many San Franciscan homosexual couples who have been awaiting a marriage license. –I really am.

Oh My Fuckin Shit... X-Files 2

I’ve been waiting years for this…

X-Files: I Want to Believe (trailer)

Barack Obama Never Fooled Me

I was thinking about the Obama controversy and I realized that I was never shocked or surprised about any of it. So, I went back through my archives to see what I wrote about the senator prior to his nomination victory and the now lingering controversy that has engulfed his campaign.

And the first article that I ever wrote about Barack Obama (nearly two years ago back in June 2006) was about his argument that it's the media’s “job” to expose vital, covert intelligence programs. -I remember this article vividly because I was the only blogger or newsperson (other than David limbaugh, who mentioned the story a day after I did) to report on his outrageous comments. I wrote then, that this statement was one of the scariest things that I have ever heard a politician say (and that’s saying a lot).

…Senator Obama responded to a question having to do with the President’s response to the New York Times article; an article in which they exposed the SWIFT financial tracking program. This was his advice to President Bush:

"I would advise the president to be cautious about beating up on the press for doing their job. ... My attitude is, let the press do its job and that, you know, in fact a lot of the problems that have arisen in terms of leaks and so forth have to do with just the extraordinary unwillingness of the president and this administration to commit itself to any kind of oversight, from anybody. I mean, it's not just that they don't want the New York Times leaking stories about their activities. They also don't want to share it with Congress"...

I went on:

Oh, so now it’s the job of the mainstream media to make foreign policy decisions and provide viable intelligence to our enemies. I never knew that was the case but now I’m glad that I know how he views the seriousness of National Security. Honestly, that is probably one of the scariest statements I’ve heard from a Democrat in a long time…

And they wonder why people view them as being weak on terror. Not only did Obama claim that newspapers have authority when it comes to American foreign policy but he tried to blame George Bush for causing the leaks in the first place. He’s basically saying that because the Commander-in-Chief wishes to keep a legal and effective secret-program a secret, he is forcing those people who wish not to keep the secret-program a secret, to expose it. That’s liberal logic for ya…

He made the statement during an exclusive interview with Alan Colmes (this was before his courageous stand not to appear on Fox News). He then went on to dodge a John Murtha question by pretending that he had never heard the “Cold-blooded killer" remarks. –Sound familiar?

From there I followed up with a December post about the senator called, And Then, There’s Barack Obama. –Where I dug right in with, He is no different than any other liberal; other than he’s young and black (half-black raised by his white mother):

...First, I love how the media is in awe of their own hyping of Barack Obama. They’re like, “Oh my God where did this guy come from”. Well, he’s a media-hyped guy so obviously he came from you... you idiots. And then I love how they, the media, pretend as if Obama is some kind of alternative candidate for the Democratic Presidential nomination. As if he’s somehow a different mold from the typical liberal in that political party.

He’s no different than any other liberal; other than he’s young and black (half black raised by his white mother). Which might explain a lot about the media’s fixation. When you're pushing a multi-cultural agenda who better to exploit than a black man who’s young and who can be defined as presidential material? -- But how about we go through some of the senator's positions... some positions the MSM has either refused or conveniently forgot to report on.

Mr. Obama is somewhat fanatical about allowing abortions and does, in fact, support the grotesque and inhumane practice of partial birth abortion. He also abstained from the Parental Notification Act. And when it came to the Supreme Court he voted against both of the well-qualified nominees, Samuel Alito and John Roberts. He also voted against John Bolton, the Ambassador to the UN. He basically falls in line with the Democratic Party but in some cases, as seen with his support for partial birth abortion, he is more extreme than the average moderate.

Like I said two years ago… He is the typical leftist. He can give all the Hope and Change speeches that he wants because in the end, it don't mean shit

Read also: Obama: 3,000 Lives have been wasted in Iraq -and- Obama: Genocide is Okay with Me

"Lux Aeterna"

Killer Strings

From the Film, Requiem for a Dream

Erin Esurance is Hot

Been busy with finals… but is it me, or is the Esurance chick pretty hot?

The Happening (Trailer)

The greatest living story-teller has a new film coming out in June. –The Happening

New Trailer

He is the writer and director of the "Sixth Sense", "Signs", "Unbreakable", and the vastly underrated, "The Village". -This might just be his best work...

Update: My Buddy Michael was wondering why I liked 'The Village' so much.

The point of The Village (if you watch it again) is to point out how social (Liberal) elitism and those who try to impose upon us their will (for the so-called greater good), is completely backwards.

It is about educated peoples willing to lie to their children (using scare tactics even at the expense of their lives) because they are so convinced that their created (but false) utopia is the only way to live in peace, without violence.

Brilliant film

Still No Answers in the UN “Suicide”

You might recall in early February a woman jumped from the 19th floor of the UN building in New York City. She apparently came to work early and then for some reason decided to jump to her death from her office. According to the reports, Maria Gabriela Di Biase was a staffer for the W.H.O. (World Health Organization).

It seems to me that this has all the makings of a cover-up. There is no information detailing the reasons that she killed herself. And no one has explained why she was inside the UN building before working hours. She just fell and everyone shut up about it... -I would like to know what happened.