Saturday, November 12, 2011

I think the left one

Which one is Eleanor Roosevelt?


The 'HOME ALONE' House is for sale

Life is tough ...

.... and then you die.


Heh - reminds me of this

marc miller

The Graet Karnak ...


   “A _____, a_____ and a _____


Divide and Conquer ...

"Mommy, daddy said I don't need a Lion King doll!"

divide and conquer


The Ghost of Attack Monkeys Past - Risen!

Today's Scrypt

The Ghost of Monkey Business Past - Again

  • Romney leads Cain 2-to-1 in electability, says CBS News poll

    Saturday, November 12, 2011 12:22:59 PM · by Innovative · 32 replies
    CBS News ^ | Nov. 11, 2011 | Lucy Madison
    Four out of ten Republicans believe Mitt Romney would be the most likely candidate to beat President Obama in the general election, according to a new CBS News poll. Cain trailed in the category with just 20 percent... Electability, however, was not most Republicans' top priority when selecting a candidate: 58 percent said they believe it's more important to have a nominee who agrees with them on the issues than one who can beat Mr. Obama next year. Thirty-nine percent said the opposite. But the race could still change; seven in 10 Republican primary voters say it is still too...

They are a determined lot, eh wot?

General Welsh at USAFA

Because you might be interested…an excellent speech.
-marc miller

General Welsh, USAFE CC, speaks to USAFA after lunch. The best briefing I have ever attended at USAFA

My View Too ...


Street Whore Promises

Why Wait?

Okay- Eat Me

I'll close my eyes and pretend you're pretty

Hi! I'm a Liberal Democrat. ( Is there another kind?)

Hi. I'm a Liberal Democrat

cuzzin ricky

The Future is NOW?

                           Okay, we're agreed then.
                        We'll tax Ni-62 and Ni-64
                              at the rate of $1200 mg. 



                                                                               So, WTF is this all about?  This!

senate finance

5 Kilowatt Home Heating E-Cat  

 5 kW E-Cat concept image

The five kilowatt E-Cat is still in research and development phase. Upon completion (2013), it will be offered for sale to the general public. The unit will provide a constant yet adjustable output of up to five kilowatts of heat (in the form of hot water). This large quantity of output is produced with only a very small consumption of electrical power. Like the one megawatt plant, it utilizes no radioactive materials, produces no radioactive waste, emits no radiation into the environment, and releases no pollution. The multiple built in safety features and the inherent nature of the E-Cat technology, make this system an attractive heating solution for homes or small businesses. More...

If this comes a cropper, which considering that a larger version is for sale today seems unlikely, another will emerge.  Cheap, unfettered access to energy is the bane of big government - everywhere.  As we speak this, similar, conversation is taking place on Capitol Hill.  Thanks to Angus for this tip.

The Golden Rule ...

The Golden Rule

On average, one ton of computer waste yields as much gold as 18 tons of gold mining rocks.  Or one New York pimp.

Mining 4 Gold