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Analysis

Philadelphia, PA, April 22, 2013 (OperationRescue) — The jaw-dropping testimony of the prosecution’s final witness in the frightful Kermit Gosnell murder trial overshadowed two other witnesses who testified against the man accused of running a “charnel house” where newborn babies struggling for life were summarily dispatched through virtual “beheadings.”

Former Gosnell employee Kareema Cross testified calmly and sometimes defiantly under defense questioning, of filthy conditions, reused medical equipment that spread venereal diseases from one patient to another, rampant misuse of sedation by poorly educated and unqualified employees, and the cold-hearted severing of spinal cords of babies born alive after late-term abortions that were done well past the legal limit in Pennsylvania.

 

Read the rest of this here: Yeah, right here.  Even if you are pro-choice or pro-life or pro-neither, you should read this.  Why?  Because if you wanna keep the right to be a voter, you need to know what people are talking about.  Or not talking about, if you’re the media with strange and pointless ulterior motives.  Thanks to Twitter and Facebook and people who want to know truth, this story in all its grizzly is being exposed.  I don’t care what you vote for – this is a wrong and the only way to make it right is to acknowledge that it is real.

 

So, stop being ignorant; smarten up; read the news; know inaction has just as much consequence as action.

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A lack of Security

As a heads-up for anyone who still comes to this blog on a regular basis.  If you have a Facebook account, you should know the following:

FB changed & failed to let us know about it AGAIN.

FaceBook has automatically set your browsing security to a the non-secure setting!

Go onto your facebook and check your URL address (the top box on your screen).  If you see "http" intsead of "https" you DO NOT have a secure session and you can be HACKED.

 

How to fix this idiocy:

Go to Account Settings –> Account Security –> click Change.  Check the secure browsing box, and click Save.  Check your URL after this and check to make sure it works. 

 

As a point of practice, I recommend anyone who reads this and uses facebook to, from now on, always check the URL when they login to fb.  If the URL says https then you’re good to do your fb thing.  However, if it’s http, then repeat the above instructions, log off and try again.

Pass this on; blog about it; make it your fb status; start a chain of annoyance.  That’s why we have the freedom of the internet; to protest stupidity that puts us all at digital risk.

Japan

I don’t know how many people have been following the tragedy in Japan this week or how diligently.  I know that, with work and school, I’ve only been able to keep a cursory eye on the news as it comes down the wire.

 

But, I do want to give a shout out to the Japanese, whether actually in Japan or elsewhere, and their seemingly endless spirit in all this difficultly.  Foxnews has got a good collection of reports on the search and rescue work going on over there now.  Also the radiation scare, which apparently isn’t as bad as the media is making it out to be, but is escalating and could become bad.

 

There are a few websites setting up support and fund raisers for the Japanese people.

 

Rundown of Japanese Tragedy:

March 11 – 0546 GMT: Earthquake at a scale of 9.0 causes a tsunami along Japanese eastern shores.

March 12 – Japanese Government begins the mobilizing of their “search and rescue” plan.  US, UK, Australia, South Korea, and New Zealand begin sending out troops to aid in search and rescue.  A Fukushima nuclear plant suffers an explosion, but reactor is announced as secure.

Total death toll:  approx. 1,300

March 13 – More issues at nuclear plant as operations containing reactor give difficulty.  Government doubles its search and rescue efforts as Prime Minister calls for the Japanese people to “keep strong and carry on”

March 14 – Another explosion occurs at the Fukushima nuclear plan.  Japan’s allies work to aid in staffing hospitals in worst-hit areas.

March 15 – High levels of radiation escape the Fukushima plant after another explosion.  People in the area are advised to stay indoors until problem is contained.  US aids to extinguish fires at plant.

Total death toll: approx. 12,000+ (feared)

 

Prayers need to go out to the Fukushima 50, employees at the plant that will be staying onsite to do their best to prevent further meltdowns in the remaining reactors.

Hey all!  Sorry about the posts, or lack there of.  With finals just (literally) around the proverbial corner, I have been putting many things aside to make sure I don’t fail anything.  Come the day after May 3rd, my body is going to be *coated* in fake tattoos.  It’s gonna be great.

 

Anyways, a friend of mine has a project going on at his school and asks that I make a pitch in my usual ranting style.  I don’t know what this project is, but they totally could have had a more zesty logo going for them.  That’s all I’m saying (sorry, N, no hard feelings!) 

The Facebook link, where you can “like” the website – because we’ve all apparently grown passed the “fan” thing – you can also learn a bit about the project.  If you don’t have a Facebook page, might I suggest that you join the 21st century at your earliest convenience.

The actual website itself is fairly decent looking, if a little lacking in dark punk colors.  After the FB logo they have up, I was expecting more reds and glowing silvers but hey, who am I to judge?  (oh, wait.)  They are also on Twitter.  So, supposedly, it is officially something to join.  I mean, come on if you’re own twitter you’re like a little celebrity, only with fewer anti-depressant medications.

From what I can understand, VidSounds can tell you the name of any song that you might hear on a show or movie or whatever.  Remember that one song they played in the first “Sky Captain” trailer?  That has a name and was first owned by StarGate (but I learned that on my own, not from VidSounds)  be that as it may, check out the site.  You just might find that song you’ve been trying to name all your life.  Or you might just have a little fun messing around with a website that claims to have all the answers.

 

Now go out and be personable before we revoke your license to be human.

 

 

Disclaimer: The only thing I own in this entire post is my amazing wit and natural distaste for greasy cheese fries.  Oh, and the disclaimer.