Sunday, February 12, 2012

Quizzem Danno

Mexican Invaders
IDEA REKINDLING


 

Res Ipsa Loquitur

I shan't be the first person to suggest that new voter registrants must(along with showing proper picture ID) pass this test.  Yep, the Immigration and Naturalization Service exam new citizen candidates must pass. Well, unless it's an election year, and a democrat incumbent is seeking reelection.  In that case the INS is usually instructed to engage in "Group Mex,"  so to speak.  At any rate,  the test shouldn't be too awfully  hard to pass.  I don't know what a passing score is, but I'd argue for 95%.   There are a few questions I'd dearly love to see in a  "most frequent wrong answer" list.   My guess for these three are—

QUESTION
MOST (probable) WRONG AWNSER GIVEN
82. Name one purpose of the United Nations. * Sorry, but straight-away I'm deviating from the format.  The only appropriate answer here is "This question has no business being included in this list."   Any other answer means instant deportation.
86. Name one benefit of being a citizen of the United States. Free Stuff
87. What is the most important right granted to U.S. citizens? Getting Free stuff

So, how'd you do?








Taking responsibiility - like it or not

Whitney Houston elected to do drugs and now she's dead.

Bad Judges. Why Some Stay, and Thrive?


 


Res Ipsa Loquitur
Rising judicial star
A 1977 graduate of the University of Tennessee School of Law, Baumgartner, a Democrat, ran


STOP! *waves arms* ; I KNOW I KNOW I KNOW
 



Obama: The most polarizing president. Ever.

                                                                                 
Obama: The most polarizing president.
Ever.

 


Obama: The most polarizing president. Ever.



More Obama Comedy



Blast From The Past
Abbott and Costello explain Obama's bogus unemployment numbers

Sammy Jackson head spinning about

HLLYWD
When Sammy Jackson Double Speaks ... 

 

Yesterday, In an interview with Ebony magazine
Res Ipsa Loquitur



Brainal

Cellphone Spammers

bits & pieces                

 

Res Ipsa Loquitur
REMEMBER: Cell Phone Numbers Go Public this month.
REMINDER..... all cell phone numbers are being released to telemarketing companies and you will start to receive sales calls.

.... YOU WILL BE CHARGED FOR THESE CALLS

To prevent this, call the following number from your cell phone:
888-382-1222.
It is the National DO NOT CALL list It will only take a minute of your time.. It blocks your number for five (5) years. You must call from the cell phone number you want to have blocked. You cannot call from a different phone number.

HELP OTHERS BY PASSING THIS ON. It takes about 20 seconds.

cuzzin ricky

Eric Holder is a liar

Hitler's Mustache               

Former DEA chief says 3 other federal agencies knew about Operation Fast and Furious
The DEA, the FBI and ICE all played roles
But not Eric Holder?

Solution? Strike the Sixth



ACLU Sues Bloomfield for Display of 10 Commandments

 

Res Ipsa Loquitur

Yesterday, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of New Mexico filed a lawsuit on behalf of two Bloomfield, NM citizens who seek the removal of the Ten Commandments monument prominently displayed on the city hall lawn. The lawsuit alleges that the monument is a government endorsement of religion and violates the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution as well as the New Mexico State Constitution.


In a unique compromise that may find favor with  other municipalities plagued by contentious and disagreeable citizens, the town chiseled out the sixth commandment and killed the two complainants.  The ACLU had no choice but to drop the suit until another citizen petitions them. That appears unlikely.

I promised catharsis.
 



Dementiaville - Did I post this before?



Switzerland's 'Dementiaville' designed to mirror the past
Plan to build 1950s-style village for Alzheimer's sufferers divides geriatric-care experts

 

Switzerland's "Dementialville"

Its detractors may end up dubbing it "Dementiaville", but Switzerland is brushing aside a debate raging among geriatric-care experts with plans to build a mock-1950s village catering exclusively for elderly sufferers of Alzheimer's and other debilitating mental illnesses.

The newly approved €20m (£17m) housing project is to be built next to the Swiss village of Wiedlisbach near Bern and will provide sheltered accommodation and care for 150 elderly dementia patients in 23 purpose-built 1950s-style houses. The homes will be deliberately designed to recreate the atmosphere of times past.

The scheme's promoters said there will be no closed doors and residents will be free to move about. To reinforce an atmosphere of normality, the carers will dress as gardeners, hairdressers and shop assistants. The only catch is that Wiedlisbach's inhabitants will not be allowed to leave the village. [Full]

Did I post this aready?



   mary

Dementiaville



Switzerland's 'Dementiaville' designed to mirror the past
Plan to build 1950s-style village for Alzheimer's sufferers divides geriatric-care experts

 

Switzerland's "Dementialville"

Its detractors may end up dubbing it "Dementiaville", but Switzerland is brushing aside a debate raging among geriatric-care experts with plans to build a mock-1950s village catering exclusively for elderly sufferers of Alzheimer's and other debilitating mental illnesses.

The newly approved €20m (£17m) housing project is to be built next to the Swiss village of Wiedlisbach near Bern and will provide sheltered accommodation and care for 150 elderly dementia patients in 23 purpose-built 1950s-style houses. The homes will be deliberately designed to recreate the atmosphere of times past.

The scheme's promoters said there will be no closed doors and residents will be free to move about. To reinforce an atmosphere of normality, the carers will dress as gardeners, hairdressers and shop assistants. The only catch is that Wiedlisbach's inhabitants will not be allowed to leave the village. [Full]


   mary