Friday, May 30, 2008

US Marines Ad

He said the lack of information has prompted rumors, such as whether Denver had acquired a "sonic ray gun" for crowd control.

Ron Paul and Frank Zappa on the Danger of American Fascism

By the fall of next year, Johnson County’s new 128-bed jail expansion near Gardner, Kansas, is expected to open its doors

An Act of State: The Execution of Martin Luther King

How to Cook a Scorpion

Alexander Graham Bells mother and wife were both deaf

Fort Leonard Wood closes drill sergeant school after 44 years

Footage of the Great Bend, Kansas tornado of August 30, 1974.

UK Military satellite Skynet to be launched

Denver Pot Trial Ends In Settlement

The Sky Moves Sideways

Monday, May 26, 2008

The picture was taken in 1890. As a child, Robert McGee was scalped by Indians.

ATLANTA — A former hedge fund manager convicted in a multi-million dollar investment fraud whose victims included three Broncos has committed suicide

A shadowy organization is in power, and it's made up of the very, very rich.


They Rule lets you to create maps of the connections between top companies in the US


Connecting the dots

Forced Rectal Exam Stirs Ethics Questions

The Border, composed and released in 1982, was the soundtrack to Tony Richardson's film The Border

Investigative reporters at CBS News found that in 2005, 6,250 veterans took their lives, nearly 18 a day

Twelve South American countries founded a union on Friday aimed at boosting economic integration and political cohesion

South America is thinking of creating a common currency and a central bank along the lines of those in the European Union’s eurozone

Lemmings Pit

The original Indiana Jones: Otto Rahn and the temple of doom

Bush's War On The Children

Wikipedia has an estimate of the total number of people that has ever lived at 45 billion to 125 billion people.

Friday, May 16, 2008

Pentagon General Calls for US Terrorism Against Iran

A plan by the United States federal government to test their ability to detain large numbers of American citizens in case of massive civil unrest

A Baseball Hat That Reads Your Mind

Nation for Sale

Protect freedom and fight terrorists, no matter what the cost.

A former Missouri police officer who pleaded guilty to using the Internet to entice a minor for sex could spend about four months in prison

Kansas City Star Outsources Jobs to India.

State Says Hundreds Of 9/11 Rescue Workers Now Dead, Admits Undercount

Kan. Official Pushes For Statewide Smoking Ban

Condoleezza Rice to perform at Aspen Music Fest

Woody Allen Interviews Billy Graham

Man robs bank in Denver shortly after 4:40 p.m. At about 7 p.m. is arrested at the Mon Chalet Motel, 12033 E. Colfax Ave. (cough,cough)

The War on Iraqs Farmers

Ron Paul publicly names Neocons

Tuesday, May 13, 2008

List of commercial games released as freeware

An assistant city attorney for Denver resigned after being accused of using her position to fix a speeding ticket.

Denver Officer Accused Of Shooting Two Boys With Pellet Gun Resigns

Black Bear Killed in Nebraska (last time it happened was 1907)

William Burroughs, Techno Animal, and Iggy Pop: The Western Lands

See The Western Lands

Ruby Ridge Documentary

The Oncoming Death of Sears

The nation has had 654 twisters so far in 2008.

Japanese Foot Binding\

Brazil's Environment Minister, Marina Silva, a staunch defender of the Amazon rainforest, has resigned her post.

Centipede Eating a Mouse


The Handy Reference Guide to Bush Disasters, Incompetencies, and Lies(The Short Version)

Budweiser Prohibition Repeal Announcement(1933)

The world’s housecats consume more fish than all the world’s seals

Ha, Ha,,-- An Oil Addicted Ex-Superpower

War of Man

Cortez The Killer

In WWII Chocolates dosed with methamphetamine were known as Tankers Chocolate

Bald eagles are nesting around Kansas City.

Time is (too short for those who laugh)

A Long Time Gone

From The Population Bomb:

Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Sting's Rainforest Foundation benefit concert only benefits Sting's pockets

Twenty mp3s of Great Songs from 1901-1920

Roughly half of the country’s health care costs are paid by the government, primarily through Medicare and Medicaid

ReWalk™ is not just a vertical wheelchair – ReWalk™ restores the element of control over mobility so lacking for wheelchair users.

T Boone Pickens, once known as a corporate raider, is now a billionaire hedge fund investor — and a funders of the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth

FBI agents on Tuesday raided the offices of Special Counsel Scott J. Bloch, who oversees protection for federal whistle-blowers.

Why are the presidential candidates—and so many counterterrorism experts—afraid to say that the Al Qaeda threat is overrated?

Al Jaffee's fold-ins for Mad magazine, from the 1960s to the present, in interactive form.

William Cooper....One of few American Patriots shot to death for outing the NWO and conspiracy to 9/11 false flag terrorism.

He was a cripple and the author of Behold a Pale Horse

Columbian Drug Cartels Using Fiberglass Subs

Baby vs. Cobra


Pictures of old Titan pad gantry at Cape knocked down

On Sunday, 5,500 sailors and Marines left San Diego on a six-ship convoy, though no one would say where they were headed

Jean Jumping

Purple Haze - Jose Feliciano


Jose Feliciano - Flight of The Bumble Bee

Interview with Neil Young on Music Piracy, MP3 Hell and Finding Freaks on the Web

Missouri biologist Frederick vom Saal and his team exposed the dangers of bisphenol A — and earned the wrath of the plastic industry.

Study: Folding your arms can help your brain

Possible 9/11 Conspiracy Connection To DC Madam Murder

Army and Oil

Outlaw Comic: The Censoring Of Bill Hicks documentary

On October 9, 1993, Hicks was scheduled to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman for the twelfth time, but his entire performance was removed from the broadcast -- the only occasion, up to that point, on which a comedian's entire routine had been cut after taping.

Saturday, May 03, 2008

Steve Howe Trio(with his son on drums) - Close To The Edge

Bring Me Sunshine-Morecambe-May 19 - 2007

President Bush, once he leaves office on January 20, 2009, will no longer have the diplomatic immunity conferred upon heads of state

After all, the guy is guilty of a huge laundry list of international crimes, from the Crime Against Peace and Conspiracy against Peace in the UN Charter, to Geneva Convention violations such as approval of torture of prisoners, collective punishment of civilians, the killing of children and child soldiers, the failure to protect occupied citizens, the use of banned weapons, etc., etc., and also of domestic crimes, ranging from political use of government employees, conspiracy, treason, lying to federal officials, defrauding Congress, etc. . .

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Qnline flight simulator that lets you ‘fly’ a virtual plane over the satellite images provided by Google Maps


Or instead of flying a plane, you can actually get to drive a miniature car over the standard street maps view.

,,ah but I was so much older then, I'm younger than that now.

Jefferson City, Missouri college sports broadcaster fired after ripping Monsanto foods

For 34 years, Jim Walker's voice could be heard six days a week as Dr. Daddio spinning rhythm and blues and soul music on KDKO.

The Kansas City Health Department admits nurses reuse parts of blood kits on multiple patients.

Torture Time!

Vintage Kansas City

In the United States the broadcast media used to be required by law to serve "the public interest" ahead of profits. Reagan ended that.


Denver Police Stocking Up For Convention, But Won't Disclose Equipment

Happy Birthday Willie Nelson-- April 30