@Digdug and @melmarino:
Haha...really his current pics look better than this one:
Okay, y'all have a good Monday night!posted @ Monday, May 20, 2013 - 22:21
Cornel West: Obama 'Is a War Criminal'
Despite invoking Dr. King, Obama 'tied to Wall Street and drones,' said West.
posted @ Monday, May 20, 2013 - 21:40
What Did Obama Know About The IRS (And When)?
posted @ Sunday, May 19, 2013 - 20:10
21 Celebrities that Got Fat ~ Damn Cool Pictures
The Language Of Slavery
Piers Morgan Says Obama is Borderline Tyrannical: 'Now I See U.S. Government Tyranny'
America : Freedom to Fascism
posted @ Sunday, May 19, 2013 - 17:15
Is Obama the new Nixson
Good luck to you.
Miss Grace, I have post traumatic epilepsy. I want to quit and give up. Thank you for being an example to me. I've got to fix my life. Thank you for not quitting. I feel ashamed of myself and I want to work hard and be an example like you. Thank you.
A Great Place for a Seizure
Kyle Maynard, Quadruple Amputee, Reaches Mt. Kilimanjaro Peak
No Excuses: The True Story of a Congenital Amputee Who Became a Champion in Wrestling and in Life
Ben, you're talking about double tap failure.
Realist, I agree with what you wrote, especially, "I haven't found a better system than a dog, or multiple dogs to counter intruders. People should adopt more dogs."posted @ Sunday, May 19, 2013 - 01:10
Why Obama Will Survive the Equivalent of Five “Watergate Scandals”
A New 'Smart Rifle' Decides When To Shoot And Rarely Misses
"A new rifle goes on sale on Wednesday, and it's not like any other. It uses lasers and computers to make shooters very accurate. A startup gun company in Texas developed the rifle, which is so effective that some in the shooting community say it should not be sold to the public."--by Mark Dewey, May 15, 2013 , NPR
posted @ Friday, May 17, 2013 - 14:01
A TrackingPoint rifle features a high-tech scope that includes a laser rangefinder and a Wi-Fi server.
“Life’s tough … it’s even tougher if you’re stupid.”
The paradigm of Left vs. Right, Liberal vs. Conservative, Republican vs. Democrat is meant to control all of us and make us fight with each other. The most effective lies have an element of truth. A little truth gives the lie a foothold in the mind and prevents the less vigilant from looking deeper. The false Left / Right Paradigm is no exception. The power elite of this country and the world over have capitalized on common points of contention among world views of the citizenry and have managed to polarize them into two political categories : Liberal and Conservative.
posted @ Friday, May 17, 2013 - 14:00
Will you be buying a Google Glass? Are you worried about your face being scanned by everyone wearing the glasses?
[quote][b]Jude[/b] - Morehouse College, where one scandal enjoys another scandal. It will look like Freak Nik Week!
Morehouse students face rape, other charges
posted @ Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 15:14
IRS SCANDAL: The Plot Thickens Over Obama Enemies List NEW DETAILS FROM ABC IRS Enemies List Started Three Years Ago Was Much More Extensive
Obama’s New Political Reality Is Bad News for Dems in 2014
An Interview With Barack Obama About The IRS Scandal, AP Phone Records And Benghazi
Cornel West: 'They say I'm un-American'
Cornel West on Obama: “Tied To Wall Street” and “A War Criminal”
Cornel West: Obama 'Is a War Criminal'
posted @ Thursday, May 16, 2013 - 14:58
"Robert Kiyosaki doesn't believe your kids' best route to success is to get straight "A's," go to college, get a job and work 40 years until retirement."--By Sally Herigstad | CreditCards.com – Wed, Apr 10, 2013posted @ Tuesday, May 14, 2013 - 18:10
"Are you sure you want to? So many students just go because they are expected to, yet there are so many other options out there. For example, I’m going to travel. I could live in international communities, join Americorps, or perhaps apprentice with Cal-Earth. Later on, I might start my own business or non-profit. I don’t need a degree to do what I really want to do in life. I only need a degree if I want to show employers that I know how to do what I’m told."--Erica Goldson
Why Conventional Education Is Failing Us – A Valedictorian Speaks Out (Part 1)
Why conventional education is failing us – Interview with valedictorian Erica Goldson (Part 2)
Former medical doctor Dotson writes:
"Take advantage of it! Educate yourself about your own body and
learn to fuel and maintain it as you would an expensive auto or a pet
poodle. One does not need a medical degree to:
1. avoid excessive use of tobacco or alcohol or, for that matter, caffeine;
2. avoid poisons like fluoride, aspartame, high fructose corn syrup,
and addictive drugs (legal or illicit);
3. avoid unnecessary and potentially lethal imaging studies (TSA’s
radiation pornbooths, excessive mammography, repetitive CT scans –
exposure to all significantly increases cancer risk);
4. avoid excessive cell phone use and exposure to other forms of EMR
pollution where possible (the NSA is recording everything you say and
5. avoid daily fast food use and abuse (remember: pink slime and silicone) ;
6. avoid untested GM foods (do you really want to become “Roundup Ready?”):
7. avoid most vaccinations and pharmaceutical agents promoted by the
8. avoid risky behaviors (and, we do not need a bunch of Nanny State
bureaucrats to define and police these);
9. exercise moderately;
10. get plenty of sleep;
11. drink plenty of good quality water (buy a decent water filter to
remove fluoride, chloride, and heavy metals);
12. wear protective gear at work and play where appropriate (helmets,
eye-shields, knee and elbow pads, etc.):
13. seek out locally-grown, whole, organic foods and support your
local food producers;
14. take appropriate nutritional supplements (multi-vitamins, Vitamin
C, Vitamin D3);
15. switch off the TV and the mainstream media it represents;
16. educate yourself while you can;
17. QUESTION AUTHORITY!
Doing these simple, common-sense things will add healthy years to a person’s life and help one avoid most medical encounters during his or
her allotted time on earth."
5 Things to Do Instead of College
8 Alternatives to College
Here's 8 Things Your Kids Should Do Instead Of Going To College
Read more: http://articles.businessinsider.com/2011-02-08/news/30010408_1_student-l...
"Whenever I suggest 'don't send your kids to college' a lot of very smart people invariably come back with the response, ‘well what else should they do?' So I figure I will help people out by coming up with a list and try to handle the criticisms that will certainly arise even before they arise. I can do this because I have a college degree. So I've learned how to think and engage in repartee with other intelligent people."
"-- Start a business.
-- Work for a charity.
-- Travel the world.
-- Create Art.
-- Master a Sport.
-- Master a Game.
-- Write a Book.
-- Make People Laugh."
“Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life. Don’t be trapped by dogma – which is living with the results of other people’s thinking. Don’t let the noise of other’s opinions drown out your own inner voice. And most important, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become. Everything else is secondary.”-- – Steve Jobs
To Get a Job or Not to Get a Job: That is the Question!
Kiyosaki also goes on to say that one of the biggest myths of
investing is that a persons home is an asset. He defines a home as a
liability because every month you have to make the mortgage payment. A
duplex on the other hand can allow you to have a majority if not all
of the mortgage paid by your tenant. It also becomes a passive asset
when you move out and have monthly income coming in. The difference
between the two is huge. I would recommend for anyone who is buying
their first home to read Rich Dad Poor Dad and also Dave Ramsey's
Total Money Makeover. Both of them would recommend the duplex.
Is Your House an Asset? Let Robert Kiyosaki explain to you
38 Principles of Self-Sufficiency
We, the new slaves
Irate law school grads say they were misled about job prospects
Do Not Go to Law School - J.D. The New Scarlet Letter
Why Attending Law School Is The Worst Career Decision You'll Ever Make
"The news for would-be attorneys keeps getting worse.
According to analysis from the Wall Street Journal released yesterday,
only 55% of class of 2011 law school grads were employed full-time as
lawyers nine months after graduation. The other 45% may be unemployed,
working at Starbucks or starting their own law school hate blogs.
Couple this with declining starting salaries (they fell $9000 between
2009 and 2010) and the fact that 85% of law school grads are facing an
average debt load of $98 500 and you can see why law school as a
career path has taken a public lambasting in recent
years."--J. Maureen Henderson
Law $chool: a Complete Waste of Time and Money
How to Become an Attorney Without Law School - Become a Lawyer with no
The self-made lawyer
Not every attorney goes to law school. Seven states allow another path
to law practice - the same one that Abe Lincoln took.
How to Become a Lawyer With No Law School – Be a Lawyer With No Law
School – No College
"On average, getting a college degree is a good decision, but it isn't good for everyone. It's whether you finish, where you go, what you major in it, and what you do," said Isabel Sawhill, one of the authors of the report."--By Beth Pinsker, NEW YORK | Wed May 8, 2013
Is college worth it?
Is College Worth It?: A Former United States Secretary of Education and a Liberal Arts Graduate Expose the Broken Promise of Higher Education
A Luna-tic Tip: “The Secret to Success in Life”
29 Shocking Facts That Prove That College Education In America Is A Giant Money Making Scam
Attorney Michael Synder writes:
"College education in the United States has become a cruel joke. We endlessly push our high school kids to invest tens of thousands of dollars and at least four years of their lives to get a college education because they won’t have any sort of a “future” without it. So they sign up for decades of debt slavery and spend years listening to pompous windbags fill their heads with utter nonsense. The sad truth is that most college courses are a total joke and they do very little to actually prepare those students for the real world. I know – I attended public universities in the United States for eight years."--May 7th, 2013
Woman Finds Accidental Success Selling Tumbleweeds Online
"Like many a person who found their way online in the '90s, Linda Katz
is a Web entrepreneur. The thing is, she joined the ranks by accident.
Back in 1994, Linda was teaching herself how to build a Web site. As a
joke, she assembled the Prairie Tumbleweed Farm page. To Linda's
surprise, people began ordering tumble weeds -- thats right, giant,
dried-out dead bushes."
Fake Web Site Turns Real Profit
48 Days To The Work You Love – THE BOOK
"She has so many Japanese customers that she’s now added a Japanese
language section to the site. Movie and TV production companies in
Britain, Finland, and the U.S. have ordered tumbleweed for props –
including a $1,000 order for Barney & Friends. Scientists have ordered
tumbleweeds for research purposes. And yes, Linda guarantees that her
tumbleweeds will "tumble" when exposed to the wind."
It started as a joke. But Linda Katz's tumbleweed on-the-Web startup
isn't just in Kansas anymore
19 Things That All High School Students Should Be Told Before They Go To College
We Had Everything But Money (Priceless Memories of the Great Depression)
Living Well on Practically Nothing: Revised and Updated Edition
Timely and Profitable Help for Troubled Americans
25 of the Highest Paying Jobs Don't Require College Degrees
"At this point in the game, gaining basic money-making skills is far more important, especially in the trades, such as landscaping, interior restoration, carpentry, house painting, floor sanding, mechanical repair work, and so on, because these are all jobs that can be done for cash. Avoid dangerous trades, such as roofing, abatement, and, in general, anything that involves toxic chemicals or dangerous machinery. Having some business skills is important too – knowing how to deal with bosses and customers and how to supervise people. The best approach is to work a series of short jobs – shorter than a year, learning a trade and moving on immediately, and always be on the lookout for special, unofficial projects. Think of regular employment
as good cover, but not as the main source of income – and therefore best kept to part-time. Always job-hunting, switching and learning new jobs, will help keep your mind sharp. But be sure to read as well, and challenge yourself by reading difficult books – this will help you when you decide to go back to school."--by Dmitry Orlov
Reflections on a Medical Career by Robert S. Dotson, M.D.
News We Already Know: College Degrees Fail to Lift Low Income Youth
Out of Poverty
Law school a waste
Does Everyone Need to Go to College?
"In this country, we suffer from an "EVERYBODY should go to college" mentality. College is clearly not for everyone. Personally, I think our business elite (and their handpuppets in Congress, the White House, the courts, statehouses, etc.) recognized that they needed a distraction so the masses would not focus too much on the loss of blue-collar jobs. Manual labor (including very skilled labor) was looked down upon by many, starting in the 1980s or so. Well, who helped create that perception? It wasn't the corporate media, was it?!? Regardless of one's politics, two facts remain: (1) we have the most-educated populace in the history of this nation; and (2) despite fact 1, our jobs our increasingly low-paying, demanding of our time/production, and very insecure. Where the hell is the tradeoff for this supposed "investment" in our future?"--Nando
"If you do not have a highly marketable skill like accounting or nursing, get one."
HOPE Grant at Athens Tech
How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling
Valedictorian Speaks Out Against Schooling
Please excuse the nervousness of my voice. The full text can be found here:--Erica Goldson
"...that the aim of public education is not to fill the young of the species with knowledge and awaken their intelligence. ... Nothing could be further from the truth. The aim ... is simply to reduce as many individuals as possible to the same safe level, to breed and train a standardized citizenry, to put down dissent and originality. That is its aim in the United States." --H. L. Mencken
Why conventional education is failing us – Interview with valedictorian Erica Goldson
Benghazi Debate Focuses on Interpretation of Early E-Mail on Attackers
"Rarely does a hunter get a second good shot at big game. Fortunately, the American people has one more shot at getting Obama removed from office. Benghazi is Obama’s Watergate. Benghazi is Clinton’s Waterloo. The American military, at its top field command level, demonstrated that is ready to commence a military coup against this illegitimate President and his co-conspirators in murder. Everyone needs to call their Congressmen and demand justice for Stevens. However, the coming military coup cannot stop with Obama and Clinton. Every banker from Goldman Sachs, Wells Fargo, Band of America, JP Morgan and any other dirty corporate official, past and present, (e.g. Hank Paulson, Peter Sutherland, etc) needs to be rounded up and placed in the same FEMA camps that they have readied for us."--Dave Hodgesposted @ Friday, May 10, 2013 - 01:01
[quote][b]Mahatna-Gahndi[/b] - This is just plain stupid! If you link a teachers pay AND future employment with the grades of some of those dimwitted students that have no desire to even be there and the ONLY thing they have to actually look forward to is gang initiation AND prison, then all you will create is what we had in Atlanta. Teachers slyly giving the answers to tests. When it comes to survival, a teacher will do anything to save their own career and pay check. What...do you think a teacher's going to go nobly down with the ship as the class fails because they don't care about even being a student?
You're exactly right.
All this is doing is promoting dishonesty.
I was a teacher after leaving GSP. Oh my goodness...
posted @ Tuesday, May 7, 2013 - 21:53
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Kolton Houston took his story nationally last weekend. read more
Georgia athletic director Greg McGarity expects the 2014 football schedule to be released later this month at the Southeastern Conference spring meeting in Destin, Fla. The remaining SEC West opponent for Georgia is the big reveal. McGarity said he saw ?models? of the ?14 schedule in a meeting of conference athletic directors last week in Jacksonville, but that it?s still under review. He?s not worried about Georgia?s strength of schedule for the coming four-team playoff. read more