LGF Linkage - Now with Simple Embedded Video

Our new LGF Linkage page has been enhanced yet again, with the easiest possible embedded video — just post a link to a video’s page at YouTube or Vimeo, and it will automatically be displayed as an embedded, playable video in your Linkage post. Couldn’t be easier.

Another enhancement: the Filter box at the top of the right column has a new option labeled “Name,” that lets you enter the user name of an LGF lizard to see all the links posted by him, her, or it. And each lizard’s username (at the bottom left of each link) is now a clickable link that sets the “Name” filter to that name, to make it even easier to see all the links posted by a particular person.

Check it out! Posting videos has never been simpler, with the LGF Linkage bookmarklet.

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226 comments

1 Digital Display  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:21:15pm

Stop making it so easy to Blog Charles!
*wink*

2 Varek Raith  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:21:55pm

Sweet, shiny new features!
:)

3 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:25:44pm

It's a piece of cake!
Thanks, Charles!

4 Bagua  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:26:38pm

But there is no tag for "porn", how do I label my videos??!!11!!

5 Varek Raith  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:27:29pm

re: #4 Bagua

But there is no tag for "porn", how do I label my videos??!!11!!

"Art"

6 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:31:10pm
Another enhancement: the Filter box at the top of the right column has a new option labeled “Name,” that lets you enter the user name of an LGF lizard to see all the links posted by him, her, or it.

Nice.

7 Charles Johnson  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:31:15pm

Also ... each lizard’s username (at the bottom left of each link) is now a clickable link that sets the “Name” filter to that name, to make it even easier to see all the links posted by a particular person.

8 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:31:37pm

re: #4 Bagua

But there is no tag for "porn", how do I label my videos??!!11!!

SMACK!

9 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:31:48pm
10 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:32:45pm

re: #7 Charles

Does it matter that the word "linkage" in your header is on top of the advertisement?

11 Charles Johnson  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:36:24pm

re: #10 Floral Giraffe

Does it matter that the word "linkage" in your header is on top of the advertisement?

No, that's how it's supposed to go if the window isn't too wide. Looks better than having it jump to the next line.

12 Randall Gross  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:36:41pm

Very cool feature Charles, I saw the two that you embedded earlier. It still would be nice to get a tweet or retweet button for the links as well...

13 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:38:27pm

Ahh... the Missing Linkage finally found - Video!

/And no, I'm not going to put the scantily clad Japanese gravure idols under "Art", I'm going to put them where they belong, under "Religion".

14 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:39:25pm

This ought to stir the pot:

Pinal AZ deputy shot by suspected illegal immigrant

Live video at link.

15 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:40:35pm

re: #3 Floral Giraffe

It's a piece of cake!
Thanks, Charles!

Cake?
oh, golly.
I'm hungry.

The new linkage is first class! Love it.

16 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:43:11pm

More bad.

Muslim daubs war memorial with 'Islam will dominate the world' - but walks free after CPS says he was NOT racially motivated

A Muslim protester who daubed a war memorial with graffiti glorifying Osama Bin Laden and proclaiming 'Islam will dominate the world' walked free from court after prosecutors ruled his actions were not motivated by religion.

17 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:47:08pm

re: #16 researchok

More bad.

Muslim daubs war memorial with 'Islam will dominate the world' - but walks free after CPS says he was NOT racially motivated

That is a real outrage. That scumbag should have been charged with everything possible and then the prosecutors should demanded the maximum sentence. He's infected with Islamism, and such men need to be kept locked up.

18 Racer X  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:48:46pm

re: #14 researchok

This ought to stir the pot:

Pinal AZ deputy shot by suspected illegal immigrant

Live video at link.

OMG!

They need to repeal this law NOW so that illegals do not feel compelled to shoot cops when they get pulled over.

19 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:49:17pm

re: #17 Dark_Falcon

That is a real outrage. That scumbag should have been charged with everything possible and then the prosecutors should demanded the maximum sentence. He's infected with Islamism, and such men need to be kept locked up.

Unfortunately, the UK has as of late bought into the see no evil program- at least until the elections.

20 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:49:58pm

re: #18 Racer X

OMG!

They need to repeal this law NOW so that illegals do not feel compelled to shoot cops when they get pulled over.

I actually LOL

21 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:50:05pm

re: #18 Racer X

OMG!

They need to repeal this law NOW so that illegals do not feel compelled to shoot cops when they get pulled over.

Don't forget your /sarc tag.

22 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:50:27pm

re: #17 Dark_Falcon

Put up a spin-off about "religious silliness", which didn't have anything profound to say but did catalog some recent absurdity by fundamentalists of various stripes.

We humans are able to convince ourselves of just about anything. We're clever, very clever apes, but we seem to be a might shy when it comes to objectivity and grasping reality.

23 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:50:55pm

re: #16 researchok

More bad.

Muslim daubs war memorial with 'Islam will dominate the world' - but walks free after CPS says he was NOT racially motivated

Wait. You threaten to kill the Prime Minister, and they let you walk out because it wasn't 'racially motivated'?

24 pingjockey  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:52:08pm

re: #23 SanFranciscoZionist

Islam isn't a race.

25 Charles Johnson  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:52:41pm

re: #12 Thanos

Very cool feature Charles, I saw the two that you embedded earlier. It still would be nice to get a tweet or retweet button for the links as well...

Twitter support coming soon...

26 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:53:02pm

re: #23 SanFranciscoZionist

Wait. You threaten to kill the Prime Minister, and they let you walk out because it wasn't 'racially motivated'?

The world we live in.

The AZ thing is very bad, too. It will breathe new life into a very imperfect law.

27 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:53:36pm

re: #19 researchok

Unfortunately, the UK has as of late bought into the see no evil program- at least until the elections.

More fool them. Refusing to smack down assholes like this emboldens them. Weakness is death when facing Islamists.

28 pingjockey  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:54:38pm

re: #23 SanFranciscoZionist
I don't understand how he walked though, if he threatened the PM. What happens here if you threaten the Pres? Besides the Secret Service turning you inside out to find out everything about you.

29 Page 3 in the Binder of Women  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:54:56pm

re: #9 SanFranciscoZionist

"Telephone": The Afghanistan Version

BRAVO!

30 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:55:19pm

re: #24 pingjockey

Islam isn't a race.

Nazi isn't a race but there was a time the English stood up to them...

31 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:56:08pm
32 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:56:33pm

re: #26 researchok

The world we live in.

The AZ thing is very bad, too. It will breathe new life into a very imperfect law.

According to CNN, the AZ Legislature is amending the law:

Group plans protests for immigrants' rights as immigration law changes

33 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:56:36pm

re: #24 pingjockey

Islam isn't a race.

I think threatening to kill the Prime Minister is still a problem, though.

34 pingjockey  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:56:42pm

re: #30 brookly red
Yep. I have no idea what has happened across the pond. Rampant PCitis I guess. It may end up killing a lot of them.

35 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:56:55pm

re: #25 Charles

Is that youtube and vimeo only? If video was on a blog to link would that work?

36 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:57:08pm

re: #30 brookly red

Nazi isn't a race but there was a time the English stood up to them...

Quite Concur.

37 pingjockey  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:57:24pm

re: #33 SanFranciscoZionist
Yep. I addressed that up above.

38 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:57:44pm

OT

Founder Of Stalin Museum Beaten To Death In Russia

A Russian businessman who founded a museum dedicated to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin was beaten to death by a group of unidentified assailants in the southern Russian city of Volgograd, police officials said Friday.

Russian news agencies quoted police officials as saying on Friday that business tycoon Vasily Bukhtienko was attacked by three unidentified men on a tennis court in Volgograd, which was once known as Stalingrad.

The assistants reportedly attacked Bukhtienko with an electric shock devise before beating him up brutally. He later succumbed to his injuries sustained in the attack. Police said the motive for the attack is not yet clear.

Bukhtienko had set up a four-room museum dedicated to Stalin in 2005 near a memorial commemorating the 1942-43 Battle of Stalingrad. Apart from the museum, Bukhtienko reportedly owns several other business establishments, including the Cafe Stalingrad and several hotels. (emphasis added)

They were just trying to get him to confess to being a Trotskyite wrecker.

39 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:58:59pm

re: #29 Stanley Sea

BRAVO!

One of my friends on Facebook has a powerful crush on the redheaded dude.

40 pingjockey  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:59:04pm

re: #38 Shiplord Kirel
Sounds like he may not have paid his "insurance", to the local mob.

41 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:59:30pm

re: #32 Dark_Falcon

According to CNN, the AZ Legislature is amending the law:

Group plans protests for immigrants' rights as immigration law changes

It's all surreal.

If we want to allow people to jump to the head of line, might I suggest we allow in millions of Darfur refugees. From where I sit, genocide trumps migrants.

I'm sure that's a debate we won't have.

42 Randall Gross  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:59:49pm

re: #25 Charles

Twitter support coming soon...

Thanks ! I really appreciate that, I twitter about a third of the links I post here, so that would save me some double duty

43 Charles Johnson  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 5:59:50pm

re: #35 rightwingconspirator

Is that youtube and vimeo only? If video was on a blog to link would that work?

Only YouTube and Vimeo right now. Others will be added.

44 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:02:41pm

re: #43 Charles

Thx. Youtube and Vimeo gives me plenty of room to work. Great new feature. I think it will be very well received.

45 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:04:26pm

re: #32 Dark_Falcon

According to CNN, the AZ Legislature is amending the law:

Group plans protests for immigrants' rights as immigration law changes

Here's the money part of the CNN article:

Brewer signed the law last week, and the legislature changed some language in it Thursday night in an attempt to make it less ambiguous as to how and when people can be questioned about their residency.

Brewer signed the changes into law Friday, saying they will ease concerns about racial profiling.

According to the bill the governor signed April 23, police would be able to detain an individual based merely on the suspicion that he or she entered the country illegally. A change that legislators approved Thursday night, however, says police could check on residency status only while enforcing some other law or ordinance. An officer could ask about an immigrant's status, for example, while investigating that person for speeding, loitering or some other offense.

In addition, the law says Arizona's attorney general or a county attorney cannot investigate complaints based "solely" on factors such as a person's race, color or national origin. The changes that legislators approved Thursday night would remove the word "solely," to emphasize that prosecutors must have some reason other than an individual's race or national origin to investigate.

These are good changes, IMO.

46 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:05:28pm

re: #45 Dark_Falcon

Agreed.

47 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:08:33pm

That oil spill could get worse, it is hypothesized:

Leaked Memo Sees Bigger Oil Risk

Ben Raines, an award-winning environment reporter in Alabama, unearthed a two-day-old federal memo today proposing that the flow of oil from the wrecked exploratory well in the Gulf of Mexico could vastly increase. Quoting the memo, Raines wrote:

“The following is not public,” reads the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Emergency Response document dated April 28. “Two additional release points were found today in the tangled riser. If the riser pipe deteriorates further, the flow could become unchecked resulting in a release volume an order of magnitude higher than previously thought.”

For the moment, officials are describing the memo’s conclusion as a worst-case scenario, not a forecast. [...]

48 Randall Gross  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:08:43pm

re: #45 Dark_Falcon

That "lawful contact" part was the real bad part. The vagueness of it meant that anyone could be stopped anywhere and anytime. This makes the bill acceptable. I think states have the right to make their own laws as long as they don't conflict with constitutional rights.

49 Randall Gross  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:09:47pm

That's a kick in the teeth to Hate group lawyer, Kris Kobach's trial balloon, but I wager the bill still goes to court.

50 The Left  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:12:20pm

re: #30 brookly red

Nazi isn't a race but there was a time the English stood up to them...

I'm sorry...can you please provide a date and a time when the English became Nazis?
(Hint: the BNP doesn't count.)
Thanks so much.

51 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:15:30pm

The equating of Obama's reaction to the oil spillage with Bush's reaction to Katrina seems to be spreading:

Obama too slow to act in dealing with oil spill

52 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:17:45pm

re: #51 freetoken

The equating of Obama's reaction to the oil spillage with Bush's reaction to Katrina seems to be spreading:

Obama too slow to act in dealing with oil spill

well if you are in the path of the oil help just can't come fast enough, kinda like if your house is on fire the fire dept can't get there fast enough... there will be some of that, how could there not be?

53 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:20:17pm

re: #51 freetoken

The equating of Obama's reaction to the oil spillage with Bush's reaction to Katrina seems to be spreading:

Obama too slow to act in dealing with oil spill

I'm not surprised in the least. That's all part of the political landscape.

W could have had 250,000 National Guard troops on the ground before the hurricane hit- and the amount of damage would have been the same.

Bashing BO on his response to this disaster is absurd.

54 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:20:36pm

re: #52 brookly red

well if you are in the path of the oil help just can't come fast enough, kinda like if your house is on fire the fire dept can't get there fast enough... there will be some of that, how could there not be?

No doubt about it. Yet the meme will be picked up and broadcast by all the usual suspects who are not in the line of fire, so to speak.

55 The Left  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:21:25pm

Ciao, lizards!

hoops-- au revoir. ;)

56 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:21:44pm

re: #54 freetoken

No doubt about it. Yet the meme will be picked up and broadcast by all the usual suspects who are not in the line of fire, so to speak.

Eh, at least this is about something real, as opposed to Mao on the Christmas tree and the missing long-form birth certificate.

57 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:21:52pm

re: #54 freetoken

No doubt about it. Yet the meme will be picked up and broadcast by all the usual suspects who are not in the line of fire, so to speak.

well it would probably be good PR for him to a least go there or something.

58 researchok  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:22:17pm

re: #54 freetoken

No doubt about it. Yet the meme will be picked up and broadcast by all the usual suspects who are not in the line of fire, so to speak.

Makes for sensational cable news. No one says it has to be accurate.

Think Fox, MSNBC.

59 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:22:23pm

re: #50 iceweasel

I'm sorry...can you please provide a date and a time when the English became Nazis?
(Hint: the BNP doesn't count.)
Thanks so much.

The Islamists are political kin to the Nazis. Both are totalitarian political movements that have as their aim the extermination of Freedom and Democracy. The British should fight both as if their lives depended on it. Because they depend on it.

60 Digital Display  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:24:19pm

re: #55 iceweasel

Ciao, lizards!

hoops-- au revoir. ;)

kind regards ice
be well

61 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:24:58pm

re: #56 SanFranciscoZionist

Eh, at least this is about something real, as opposed to Mao on the Christmas tree...

I'd forgotten about Mao on the Christmas tree - now that was a good one! Propaganda, to have any real effect, has to have elements of truth to it, and in that case it was a brilliant (if also perverted) twisting of the truth.

62 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:25:00pm

This is not good at all:

Scientists Say Direct Heavy Torpedo Sank Cheonan

A team of scientists believes that the Navy corvette Cheonan sank after being hit by a heavy 206 kg torpedo that ran at a speed of 65 km/h.

Bae Myung-jin, a professor at the Sound Engineering Research Lab of Soongsil University, on Thursday said his team analyzed data about the seismic waves generated at the time of explosion of the Cheonan, which were provided by the Korea Meteorological Administration and the Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources. "As a result, we presume that the torpedo ran at the Cheonan at the speed of 65.7 km/h and exploded underwater 2.3 m from the ship with power equivalent to 206 kg of TNT."

He said heavy torpedoes with a payload capacity of 200 kg are usually 7 to 8 m long. The explosive is stored not in the head but in the rear part 1 to 6 m away from the head. Thus even if the head hits the hull, the explosion normally occurs a few meters away from the ship.

"After the initial explosion, it was observed that a series of internal explosions occurred in the stern for about 80 seconds," he said. That suggests the Cheonan was not hit by a bubble jet, as previously assumed, but received a direct blow from a gunpowder explosion.

The team concluded that the ship was probably hit by a Chinese-made 206 kg-class Yu-3 heavy torpedo.

The Korean peninsula could go up in flames while we're fixated on the Gulf Coast and the Arizona border.

63 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:30:07pm

re: #62 Shiplord Kirel

Oh hell. A deliberate attack. Damn. I was hoping an old mine did it. But NK denies any attack. Odd.

64 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:30:55pm

re: #62 Shiplord Kirel

This is not good at all:

Scientists Say Direct Heavy Torpedo Sank Cheonan

The Korean peninsula could go up in flames while we're fixated on the Gulf Coast and the Arizona border.

My bet is that South Korea will take those reports and shelve them. They know what happened, but they have no practical way to retaliate. Sadly, in this case the dead must go unavenged, and their killers unpunished. Anything else carries a price tag no one is willing to pay.

65 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:31:37pm

re: #62 Shiplord Kirel

While the follow-the-shiny-ball crowds are being seduced by this or that nontroversy, the nattering heads of academia have been talking about this NK issue and what the torpedo means (see for example yesterday's blogginhead diavlog between Heather Hurlburt and Dan Drezner.)

SK is clearly going slow on this, for good reason.

66 [deleted]  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:32:41pm
67 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:32:46pm

re: #64 Dark_Falcon

My bet is that South Korea will take those reports and shelve them. They know what happened, but they have no practical way to retaliate. Sadly, in this case the dead must go unavenged, and their killers unpunished. Anything else carries a price tag no one is willing to pay.

If a NK sub goes missing I would not be surprised.

68 Daniel Ballard  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:33:09pm

re: #64 Dark_Falcon

For now.re: #67 brookly red

Zactly.

69 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:35:05pm

re: #63 Rightwingconspirator

Oh hell. A deliberate attack. Damn. I was hoping an old mine did it. But NK denies any attack. Odd.

S. Korean, Chinese leaders open consultations over ship sinking

This conversation occurred early tomorrow far east time, just as the torpedo story was being released. The RoK's interest in the Chinese position is frankly very ominous, ie, they want a guarantee of Chinese neutrality if they launch a military operation.

70 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:40:22pm

re: #4 Bagua

But there is no tag for "porn", how do I label my videos??!!11!!

Better question - how do i label my belly dancing videos??

71 Bagua  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:42:00pm

re: #70 Aceofwhat?

Better question - how do i label my belly dancing videos??

To be safe, submit them for my immediate inspection so I can carefully inspect them for any indecency.

72 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:42:00pm

re: #69 Shiplord Kirel

The RoK's interest in the Chinese position is frankly very ominous, ie, they want a guarantee of Chinese neutrality if they launch a military operation.

I don't see it that way. That would imply that SK will "play their last card" as Ms. Hurlburt would put it. I agree with DF that SK will not risk all out war with NK.

There are other reasons why SK might want to talk to China about this, not the least of which is to try and get Intel on what exactly is going on in the NK government/military.

73 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:44:28pm

re: #71 Bagua

To be safe, submit them for my immediate inspection so I can carefully inspect them for any indecency.

i have a feeling you don't roll that way//

74 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:44:33pm

re: #69 Shiplord Kirel

S. Korean, Chinese leaders open consultations over ship sinking

This conversation occurred early tomorrow far east time, just as the torpedo story was being released. The RoK's interest in the Chinese position is frankly very ominous, ie, they want a guarantee of Chinese neutrality if they launch a military operation.

They might also want China to threaten to reduce its support of the Norks unless NK steps off.

75 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:44:44pm

re: #72 freetoken

I don't see it that way. That would imply that SK will "play their last card" as Ms. Hurlburt would put it. I agree with DF that SK will not risk all out war with NK.

There are other reasons why SK might want to talk to China about this, not the least of which is to try and get Intel on what exactly is going on in the NK government/military.

that makes good sense, I am sure there will be retaliation but it might not be right away and will most likely un-traceable... like a sub being lost at sea.

76 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:44:47pm

re: #71 Bagua

To be safe, submit them for my immediate inspection so I can carefully inspect them for any indecency.

You sure you want to see videos of Ace belly-dancing?

77 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:44:48pm

I sat down and watched Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb on Hulu this afternoon. It's been a decade or two since I've seen it. It's eerily relevant today. The Birch Society conspiracy about fluoride in water were pretty obvious and "precious bodily fluids" were things that I remembered but what struck me with this viewing was the final scene which I totally forgot about. Glenn Beck Dr. Stranglove describes his fantasy apocalypse solution fantasy which is where the "love the bomb" part of the title comes from. Really a brilliant and surprisingly forward looking movie beyond anything imaginable. Who would have guessed we'd still be dealing with this today.

78 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:45:59pm

re: #76 reine.de.tout

You sure you want to see videos of Ace belly-dancing?

/banned in Arizona...

79 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:46:58pm

re: #76 reine.de.tout

You sure you want to see videos of Ace belly-dancing?

i know, right?? of all the responses, that was the LAST one i expected...

(unless Bagua has the good sense to burn them upon arrival)

80 Gus  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:47:12pm

Nice tweak Charles.

BBL

81 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:47:28pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

dr. strangelove - survival plan

Prescient of today's Fox News.

82 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:47:28pm

re: #78 brookly red

/banned in Arizona...

smartest law they've passed in a decade...

83 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:48:52pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

It's one of those movies that holds up well with age (unlike so much of the later Hollywood offerings), at least to me. It's kind of like with Hamlet, where the story and characters embody universal human conditions.

84 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:49:38pm

re: #83 freetoken

It's one of those movies that holds up well with age (unlike so much of the later Hollywood offerings), at least to me. It's kind of like with Hamlet, where the story and characters embody universal human conditions.

it helps that Peter Sellers was a genius.

85 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:50:05pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

I sat down and watched Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb on Hulu this afternoon. It's been a decade or two since I've seen it. It's eerily relevant today. The Birch Society conspiracy about fluoride in water were pretty obvious and "precious bodily fluids" were things that I remembered but what struck me with this viewing was the final scene which I totally forgot about. Glenn Beck Dr. Stranglove describes his fantasy apocalypse solution fantasy which is where the "love the bomb" part of the title comes from. Really a brilliant and surprisingly forward looking movie beyond anything imaginable. Who would have guessed we'd still be dealing with this today.

the B52s are still relevant... why not the movie?

86 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:50:18pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

I sat down and watched Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb on Hulu this afternoon. It's been a decade or two since I've seen it. It's eerily relevant today. The Birch Society conspiracy about fluoride in water were pretty obvious and "precious bodily fluids" were things that I remembered but what struck me with this viewing was the final scene which I totally forgot about. Glenn Beck Dr. Stranglove describes his fantasy apocalypse solution fantasy which is where the "love the bomb" part of the title comes from. Really a brilliant and surprisingly forward looking movie beyond anything imaginable. Who would have guessed we'd still be dealing with this today.

Kubrick was a brilliant director, and Peter Sellers handled his parts with great aplomb. I've always loved DR. Strangelove, and its one of my mother's all time favorite movies.

87 Reginald Perrin  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:51:46pm

re: #77 Killgore Trout

Who would have guessed we'd still be dealing with this today.

Who would have guessed that the John Birch Society would make a comeback and become a factor in 21st century politics?

88 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:52:20pm

re: #87 Reginald Perrin

Who would have guessed that the John Birch Society would make a comeback and become a factor in 21st century politics?

history does what?

89 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:53:05pm

It just seems to be getting worse:

Experts: Oil May Be Leaking at Rate of 25,000 Barrels a Day in Gulf

The Gulf of Mexico oil spill could be leaking at a rate of 25,000 barrels a day, five times the government's current estimate, industry experts say.

Basing their calculations on government data and standard industry measurement tools, the experts said the Gulf spill may already rival the historic 1969 Santa Barbara, Calif., and 1989 Exxon Valdez disasters.

Ian MacDonald, professor of oceanography at Florida State University who specializes in tracking ocean oil seeps from satellite imagery, said there may already be more than 9 million gallons of oil floating in the Gulf now, based on his estimate of a 25,000 barrel-a-day leak rate. That's compared to 12 million gallons spilled in the Valdez accident.

90 Bagua  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:53:29pm

re: #76 reine.de.tout

You sure you want to see videos of Ace belly-dancing?

Whoops, I assumed Ace was the photographer, not the actual dancer. It's all good.

91 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:54:17pm

re: #86 Dark_Falcon

Kubrick was a brilliant director, and Peter Sellers handled his parts with great aplomb. I've always loved DR. Strangelove, and its one of my mother's all time favorite movies.

I hadn't given it much thought before today. Did Kubrick ever do a director's cut of that. He really wasn't a directors cut kind of guy. George C Scott did comedy surprisingly well. He even got a prat fall in there.

92 Bagua  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:54:41pm

re: #89 freetoken

It just seems to be getting worse:

Experts: Oil May Be Leaking at Rate of 25,000 Barrels a Day in Gulf

Good grief, and the worst part is that it is unknown when the shut off may occur.

93 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:54:46pm

re: #85 brookly red

the B52s are still relevant... why not the movie?

Rock Lobster

94 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:55:19pm

re: #87 Reginald Perrin

Who would have guessed that the John Birch Society would make a comeback and become a factor in 21st century politics?

I don't think even JBS could have predicted that. Insanity beyond belief.

95 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:55:55pm

re: #90 Bagua

Whoops, I assumed Ace was the photographer, not the actual dancer. It's all good.

nope, i have no real eye for photography. i can shake this booty, though!

96 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:56:04pm

re: #91 Killgore Trout

I hadn't given it much thought before today. Did Kubrick ever do a director's cut of that. He really wasn't a directors cut kind of guy. George C Scott did comedy surprisingly well. He even got a prat fall in there.

Kubrick was a perfectionist. No director's cuts for him.

97 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:57:45pm

re: #89 freetoken

I can tell you from first hand experience, this is bad and it isn't going to get better anytime soon.

98 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:58:29pm

re: #91 Killgore Trout

Cambell Scott is an excellent actor. I'm afraid George C. succumbed to the Drink. "The Hospital" is a favorite movie of mine.

99 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 6:59:56pm

According to this ABC news report, the "SWAT" teams are teams of people who've been sent to inspect current rigs operating in the Gulf.

I just talked to the Roi, though, just awhile ago, and he didn't give me any indication that they had such a team or were expecting a team at his location.

Confusion.

100 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:00:29pm

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

101 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:01:13pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

woah. you weren't kidding...

102 Bagua  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:02:17pm

re: #95 Aceofwhat?

nope, i have no real eye for photography. i can shake this booty, though!

Well, what the hell, the köçeks are legendary, after all.

Here much I saw – and much I mused to see
The loosened garb of Eastern luxury.
I sought the brothel, where, in maiden guise,
The black-eyed boy his trade unblushing plies;
Where in lewd dance he acts the scenic show –
His supple haunches wriggling to and fro:
With looks voluptuous the thought excites,
Whilst gazing sit the hoary sybarites:
Whilst gentle lute and drowsy tambourine
Add to the languor of the monstrous scene.

Yes, call it monstrous! but not monstrous, where
Close latticed harems hide the timid fair:
With mien gallant where pæderasty smirks,
And whoredom, felon like, in covert lurks.
All this I saw – but saw it not alone –
A friend was with me, and I dared not own
How much the sight had touched some inward sense,
Too much for e’en the closest confidence.

- Lord Byron

103 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:02:28pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

AAAUUGH!!1 SHE'S SPYING ON YOU AND PLANS TO SEND EVERY ON THE PLANE TO A FEMA CAMP!!!11

/Alex Jones

104 MandyManners  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:02:47pm

re: #99 reine.de.tout

According to this ABC news report, the "SWAT" teams are teams of people who've been sent to inspect current rigs operating in the Gulf.

I just talked to the Roi, though, just awhile ago, and he didn't give me any indication that they had such a team or were expecting a team at his location.

Confusion.

Seekrit SWAT?

105 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:02:48pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

Awesome, Props!

106 Digital Display  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:03:18pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

I love it when stud jet pilots post here...How are ya bro?
:)

107 Reginald Perrin  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:04:16pm

re: #94 Killgore Trout

I don't think even JBS could have predicted that. Insanity beyond belief.

It just goes to show you what a ton of Koch oil money and an astro-turf spin machine can accomplish. Communism has been dead for two decades and the JBL can still use it to scare the politically uninformed.

108 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:05:32pm

re: #107 Reginald Perrin

It just goes to show you what a ton of Koch oil money and an astro-turf spin machine can accomplish. Communism has been dead for two decades and the JBL can still use it to scare the politically uninformed.

/I guess someone forgot to tell China...

109 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:06:45pm

re: #107 Reginald Perrin

Frank Newport from Gallop Polling was pretty direct on NPR yesterday. He said that the tea partiers were nothing new, or of any force as a movement. They are disgruntled Bush voters, essentially.

110 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:06:50pm

93 arrested so far in Arpaio's latest sweep

Two-thirds of the 93 people arrested during the first day of Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio's latest crime and immigration sweep were believed to be illegal immigrants.

The two-day sweep is being run in an area of west Phoenix with a high number of "drop houses" where smugglers hide immigrants who have been sneaked into the country.

It's the 15th sweep that Arpaio has conducted since early 2008.

During the sweeps, deputies flood an area of a city _ in some cases heavily Latino areas _ to seek out traffic violators and arrest other alleged lawbreakers.

Critics say deputies racially profile Hispanics during the patrols. Arpaio says his deputies approach people only when they have probable cause to believe people had committed crimes. (emphasis added)

Perhaps not coincidentally:
Sources say Arpaio will announce run for governor Monday

It's a hard sell, Arpaio is 78 years old, but Arizona has a large senior population and Arpaio's tough-guy grandstanding is wildly popular there.

111 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:06:53pm

re: #108 brookly red

/I guess someone forgot to tell China...

"The Chinese do what they want, and call it Communism."

--Forget Who

112 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:07:16pm

re: #105 prairiefire

Thanks.

re: #106 HoosierHoops

Doing great but pretty busy. There are a lot of folks working really hard down here to try and minimize the impact of this spill but this one is really bad and I don't see an end in sight just yet. Plus the weather is going to get worse this weekend and that is not helping.

113 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:08:59pm

re: #104 MandyManners

Seekrit SWAT?

No.
I think the reporter was confused, based on something the President says.
The national parks people have Soil and Water Assessment Teams. It think it's most likely that's what he was talking about when he mentioned SWAT teams. Pure speculation on my part, though.

114 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:09:25pm

re: #112 Jetpilot1101

Thanks.

re: #106 HoosierHoops

Doing great but pretty busy. There are a lot of folks working really hard down here to try and minimize the impact of this spill but this one is really bad and I don't see an end in sight just yet. Plus the weather is going to get worse this weekend and that is not helping.

That's strange--we have it on good authority that there is no significant administration reaction.

115 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:09:34pm

re: #112 Jetpilot1101

Thank you so so much for all of your work.

Geez, do we pull together when we have to? Yes.

116 MandyManners  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:09:49pm

re: #108 brookly red

/I guess someone forgot to tell China...

And, Cuba and Venezuela. And, North Korea.

117 Page 3 in the Binder of Women  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:09:58pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

Obviously you saw it. Bad eh?

(very very cool flight you had there)

118 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:10:26pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's great!

119 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:10:38pm

re: #116 MandyManners

And, Cuba and Venezuela. And, North Korea.

don't forget Vietnam...

120 MandyManners  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:10:39pm

re: #113 reine.de.tout

No.
I think the reporter was confused, based on something the President says.
The national parks people have Soil and Water Assessment Teams. It think it's most likely that's what he was talking about when he mentioned SWAT teams. Pure speculation on my part, though.

Color me confused, too.

121 MandyManners  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:11:18pm

re: #119 brookly red

don't forget Vietnam...

I thought it was moving away from it.

122 Digital Display  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:11:42pm

re: #112 Jetpilot1101

Thanks.

re: #106 HoosierHoops

Doing great but pretty busy. There are a lot of folks working really hard down here to try and minimize the impact of this spill but this one is really bad and I don't see an end in sight just yet. Plus the weather is going to get worse this weekend and that is not helping.

Thank you so much for your service...
The Southern States and the Coast Guard is #1 on the Lizard prayer list this Sunday Morning.. Please be safe...

123 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:11:57pm

re: #121 MandyManners

I thought it was moving away from it.

Charlie surfs.

124 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:12:21pm

re: #114 Decatur Deb

Nope, there is a significant reaction in spite of what folks say.

re: #117 Stanley Sea

Yup and it ins't pretty.

125 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:12:48pm

re: #112 Jetpilot1101

Thanks.

re: #106 HoosierHoops

Doing great but pretty busy. There are a lot of folks working really hard down here to try and minimize the impact of this spill but this one is really bad and I don't see an end in sight just yet. Plus the weather is going to get worse this weekend and that is not helping.

Just saw this image- among many others, but this one shows what they're dealing with.

I got it from this slide show.

126 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:13:05pm

re: #100 Jetpilot1101

That's the DHS Secretary in the back of my aircraft.

Outstanding!
Btw, how do you like the HC-144? Did you fly the HU-25 before?

127 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:13:16pm

re: #122 HoosierHoops

You are welcome.

128 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:13:41pm

re: #124 Jetpilot1101

Nope, there is a significant reaction in spite of what folks say.

re: #117 Stanley Sea

Yup and it ins't pretty.

There goes your chance to be on Fox.

129 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:14:40pm

Daily creationist update - today from the fine hamlet of Yellowstone:

Meet the candidates

Brad Loomis

2. In my opinion, creationism or intelligent design should be taught in public schools as an option. I find it strange that schools can teach the evolution theory or the big bang theory but not teach intelligent design as an option. This great nation was built acknowledging God.

[...]

Sandi Peppler

2. Both theories should be explored in school. Scientifically there are many mysteries of the universe that have not been explained or have "yet" to be explained. Religion/God is a great part of an individual's heritage & should not be discriminated against. God should be allowed in school as an individual's heritage. Our country's beliefs were founded on God and I still believe in those beliefs.

That's 2 out of the 5 candidates for the School Board. That's 40%, which is close to the polled average in this country for YEC believers.

130 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:14:57pm

re: #126 Shiplord Kirel

Outstanding!
Btw, how do you like the HC-144? Did you fly the HU-25 before?

I used to fly the HU25. The HC144 is replacing the aging Falcon. It's a much more capable aircraft with longer legs and the seats are oh so much more confortable not to mention the glass cockpit. I really enjoy flying it.

131 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:15:57pm

re: #128 Decatur Deb

There goes your chance to be on Fox.

The only person I like on Fox is Dave Ramsey. The rest are nothing more than shrill vices in a cacophony of idiocy.

132 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:18:48pm

re: #130 Jetpilot1101

We have got the coolest shit.

133 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:18:59pm

re: #129 freetoken

Daily creationist update - today from the fine hamlet of Yellowstone:

Meet the candidates

That's 2 out of the 5 candidates for the School Board. That's 40%, which is close to the polled average in this country for YEC believers.

How anyone who lives near Yellowstone since the wolves were reintroduced could reject evolution is beyond me. The adataion of prey animals, livestock, and even plants should clue them in.

134 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:21:02pm

re: #133 Dark_Falcon

Man, don't get them started on that, don't you know that wolves are pure evil?

re: #129 freetoken

lol now I'm depressed, thanks >

135 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:21:11pm

re: #133 Dark_Falcon

How anyone who lives near Yellowstone since the wolves were reintroduced could reject evolution is beyond me. The adataion of prey animals, livestock, and even plants should clue them in.

to me the grand canyon proves old earth, the B train (riders) proves evolution...

136 Spare O'Lake  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:21:51pm

re: #129 freetoken

Daily creationist update - today from the fine hamlet of Yellowstone:

Meet the candidates

That's 2 out of the 5 candidates for the School Board. That's 40%, which is close to the polled average in this country for YEC believers.

Do they want creationism taught in science class?

137 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:22:38pm

re: #130 Jetpilot1101

I used to fly the HU25. The HC144 is replacing the aging Falcon. It's a much more capable aircraft with longer legs and the seats are oh so much more confortable not to mention the glass cockpit. I really enjoy flying it.

It's a fine-looking machine too.

For the rest of you, JP1101's HC-144 is a brand-new type, having just entered service in 2008. It is one of many derivatives of the CASA-IPTN CN-235, basically a light tactical transport but very popular with maritime patrol operators all over the world.

138 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:23:39pm

re: #135 brookly red

to me the grand canyon proves old earth, the B train (riders) proves evolution...

Think of kids who never see a decent museum--you can take one to the Natural History, and it's case closed.

139 Cheechako  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:24:33pm

Here's a summary from the National Park Service on what they are doing to assist in the clean-up.

NPS - Morning Report

140 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:25:12pm

re: #137 Shiplord Kirel

It's a fine-looking machine too.

For the rest of you, JP1101's HC-144 is a brand-new type, having just entered service in 2008. It is one of many derivatives of the CASA-IPTN CN-235, basically a light tactical transport but very popular with maritime patrol operators all over the world.

Looks like it has C-123 in its genes.

141 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:25:23pm

re: #136 Spare O'Lake

Do they want creationism taught in science class?

All I know is what I linked, written by the local newspaper.

142 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:28:36pm

re: #138 Decatur Deb

Think of kids who never see a decent museum--you can take one to the Natural History, and it's case closed.

Indeed. Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History has an excellent exhibit that showcases evolution, with its dinosaur hall as the exhibit's centerpiece.

143 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:30:01pm

re: #134 windsagio

Man, don't get them started on that, don't you know that wolves are pure evil?

re: #129 freetoken

lol now I'm depressed, thanks >

National Geographic had a great article on wolves earlier this year.

144 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:31:06pm

re: #142 Dark_Falcon

Indeed. Chicago's Field Museum of Natural History has an excellent exhibit that showcases evolution, with its dinosaur hall as the exhibit's centerpiece.

As a kid, I lived near the Carnegie in Pittsburgh. It seems many of their dinosaurs were "wrong", but they've been updated.

145 Varek Raith  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:31:38pm

re: #134 windsagio

Man, don't get them started on that, don't you know that wolves are pure evil?

re: #129 freetoken

lol now I'm depressed, thanks >

Wolfist!

146 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:31:55pm

re: #144 Decatur Deb

As a kid, I lived near the Carnegie in Pittsburgh. It seems many of their dinosaurs were "wrong", but they've been updated.

the old 'brontosaurus in the swamp' thing?

147 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:31:57pm

re: #138 Decatur Deb

Think of kids who never see a decent museum--you can take one to the Natural History, and it's case closed.

Speaking of which, it looks like the new Republican governor of NJ is going to close down the state's natural history museum, by "giving" it to Rutgers without any funding to operate it. Rutgers has their own budget problems (like State universities everywhere), and while they might integrate the collections into their own, it is not clear if they'll keep the institution open to the public.

148 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:33:44pm

re: #146 Aceofwhat?

the old 'brontosaurus in the swamp' thing?

I think so, and they mixed up some heads. (It doesn't matter what you put under a T. Rex head--all a 10 yr old sees is teeth.)

149 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:33:50pm

re: #145 Varek Raith

haha

They assigned me to read Never Cry Wolf in Middle School, and I Never really recovered.

On the other hand, I hate people that go around in airbrushed wolf T-shirts >>

150 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:34:07pm

re: #147 freetoken

Speaking of which, it looks like the new Republican governor of NJ is going to close down the state's natural history museum, by "giving" it to Rutgers without any funding to operate it. Rutgers has their own budget problems (like State universities everywhere), and while they might integrate the collections into their own, it is not clear if they'll keep the institution open to the public.

Not good. Hopefully, he can find some money if pushed. But I understand why he's doing it: his state is in dire financial condition.

151 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:34:23pm

re: #147 freetoken

Speaking of which, it looks like the new Republican governor of NJ is going to close down the state's natural history museum, by "giving" it to Rutgers without any funding to operate it. Rutgers has their own budget problems (like State universities everywhere), and while they might integrate the collections into their own, it is not clear if they'll keep the institution open to the public.

Never waste a good crisis.

152 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:34:28pm

re: #134 windsagio

Man, don't get them started on that, don't you know that wolves are pure evil?

the sheep thinks so, the bear could care less...

153 Feline Emperor of the Conservative Waste  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:34:29pm

re: #148 Decatur Deb

I think so, and they mixed up some heads. (It doesn't matter what you put under a T. Rex head--all a 10 yr old sees is teeth.)

Big, fierce, and extinct is the winning combination.

154 Only The Lurker Knows  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:34:59pm

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155 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:35:28pm

re: #140 Decatur Deb

Looks like it has C-123 in its genes.

USCG C-123 back in the day.

I don't know of any direct relationship between the designs, but the C-123 certainly pioneered the now-classic formula for tactical transports: high wing, rear ramp loading, and extensive high-lift devices for short take-off/landing.
It appeared just a couple of years before the much more powerful and capable C-130 and was not produced in large numbers (about 300) but it was the mainstay of in-country ops in Vietnam.
The CASA design team in Spain got into this business in the late 60swith a small STOL aircraft called the C-212 Aviocar, which looked very much like a scaled down C-130. The CN-235 was a larger and more advanced follow-on developed in the 80s.

156 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:38:24pm

re: #151 Decatur Deb

Never waste a good crisis.

yep. all those years of republican control of the legislature and governor's mansion have really...wait...what?

157 reine.de.tout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:38:33pm

re: #154 Bubblehead II

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158 Jetpilot1101  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:39:09pm

re: #155 Shiplord Kirel

We also fly the C-130J. The CG wanted a medium range aircraft with endurance that was also capable of transporting troops, cargo etc. which is why we went with the CN-235. The aquisition has had it's hiccups but overall, the product is high quality, very reliable and a joy to fly.

159 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:39:33pm

re: #151 Decatur Deb

Never waste a good crisis.

I don't think there's anything untoward going on. Christie is simply trying to save money, though he's making a mistake on this item, IMO.

160 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:42:25pm

re: #159 Dark_Falcon

I don't think there's anything untoward going on. Christie is simply trying to save money, though he's making a mistake on this item, IMO.

I could work out OK, the university will maintain it with low/no cost student labor & it will survive the bad times...

161 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:43:20pm

re: #160 brookly red

I could work out OK, the university will maintain it with low/no cost student labor & it will survive the bad times...

I hope you're right.

162 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:44:52pm

BBIAB

163 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:45:15pm

re: #160 brookly red

re: #161 Dark_Falcon

Do they do "Night at the Museum" campouts? Birmingham has copied the idea from NYs Nat History.

164 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:45:17pm

re: #161 Dark_Falcon

I hope you're right.

I am. Expect more of this as the states run out of money...

165 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:45:50pm

re: #154 Bubblehead II

You only bought ONE?
(Good for you for buying one!)

166 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:46:55pm

re: #163 Decatur Deb

re: #161 Dark_Falcon

Do they do "Night at the Museum" campouts? Birmingham has copied the idea from NYs Nat History.

I don't know but the Brooklyn Museum does Saturday date nights...

167 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:48:12pm

re: #166 brookly red

which is freakin' awesome >

168 Only The Lurker Knows  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:48:26pm

re: #157 reine.de.tout

Well we both seem to be pimping it and if the Lizards don't want to hear about it, then they should just buy the thing. Besides, I know they just want to try my Lasagna as well as try out Kilgores gardening tips. I wonder how much of his hydroponics knowledge came from more "arcane" reasons.

Curious minds want to know...........

169 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:49:09pm

Here's a review of the NJ Museum situation:

Christie wants Rutgers to take over operation of State Museum, State Library, and Edison State College

They try to put a spin on it that this will somehow help the community... but the proponents overlook the fact that it takes money to operate the thing, and if they're not going to give Rutgers any money for it, then just how is Rutgers going to pull it off?

The Universities have their own problems:

N.J. college presidents call Christie's higher education cuts devastating

170 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:49:56pm

re: #167 windsagio

which is freakin' awesome >

not everyone in Brooklyn is a homicidal misfit... we actually breed nerds here too.

171 Only The Lurker Knows  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:50:05pm

re: #165 Floral Giraffe

You don't want (well maybe you would) to see my Mothers cookbook collection. She has books that go back to around 1945.

172 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:52:06pm

re: #166 brookly red

I don't know but the Brooklyn Museum does Saturday date nights...

Good test date. If she's into archaeology she might not be into Archeologie

173 Spare O'Lake  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:52:30pm

re: #170 brookly red

not everyone in Brooklyn is a homicidal misfit... we actually breed nerds here too.

There's a holdup in the Bronx
Brooklyn's broken out in fights
There's a traffic jam in Harlem
That's backed up to Jackson Heights...

174 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:53:54pm

If anyone visits NYC, in Brooklyn, Prospect Park, The Main Library, the Museum & the Botanical Gardens are all together in one strip.

175 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:54:20pm

re: #172 Decatur Deb

Good test date. If she's into archaeology she might not be into Archeologie

...she might not be into french archaeology?

176 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:55:06pm

re: #168 Bubblehead II

I wonder how much of his hydroponics knowledge came from more "arcane" reasons.

Curious minds want to know...


Necessity is the Mother of Invention

177 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:55:23pm

re: #171 Bubblehead II

I think my Mom has the original Better Homes & Gardens cookbook. The binding was duct taped, before I was born!

178 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:56:04pm

re: #176 Killgore Trout

How goes the slug massacre?

179 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:56:17pm

re: #175 Aceofwhat?

...she might not be into french archaeology?

I must have muffed the spelling--overpriced mall fashion house.

180 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:57:07pm

re: #179 Decatur Deb

I must have muffed the spelling--overpriced mall fashion house.

oh. right. yeah...overpriced doesn't even begin to describe it. i'm with you there-

181 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:57:49pm

re: #172 Decatur Deb

Good test date. If she's into archaeology she might not be into Archeologie

here is the web page... yes we serve booze.
[Link: www.brooklynmuseum.org...]

182 prairiefire  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:59:06pm

re: #171 Bubblehead II

You don't want (well maybe you would) to see my Mothers cookbook collection. She has books that go back to around 1945.

I have a 1936 "My Own Recipes" book my grandma wrote recipes in. Also a "Your Gas Range Cook Book" that is very progressive for the 40's.

183 Killgore Trout  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 7:59:13pm

re: #178 Floral Giraffe

How goes the slug massacre?

It goes well. The slug count for this evening is 2. I'm about to make another pass with the flashlight and see what turns up.

184 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:00:03pm

re: #149 windsagio

haha

They assigned me to read Never Cry Wolf in Middle School, and I Never really recovered.

On the other hand, I hate people that go around in airbrushed wolf T-shirts >>

I love wolf t-shirts!

OK. I love most things with wolves. We had a wolf-shepherd-other-stuff mixed when I was growing up.

185 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:00:25pm

my prayers go out to the Deputy in Arizona shot in the stomach by the low life drug dealers with the AK47.

186 Aceofwhat?  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:00:26pm

re: #183 Killgore Trout

It goes well. The slug count for this evening is 2. I'm about to make another pass with the flashlight and see what turns up.

again...awesome

187 Varek Raith  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:00:39pm

re: #183 Killgore Trout

It goes well. The slug count for this evening is 2. I'm about to make another pass with the flashlight and see what turns up.

Flamethrower. Don't go on a bug hunt without one!
...and, maybe, a pulse rifle...

188 Only The Lurker Knows  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:01:02pm

re: #176 Killgore Trout

Thanks. Now I have a headache. Vocals were way to high and screechy.

189 SanFranciscoZionist  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:01:49pm

re: #179 Decatur Deb

I must have muffed the spelling--overpriced mall fashion house.

Anthropologie. Not my Cupoftea.

190 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:02:26pm

re: #185 WindHorse

my prayers go out to the Deputy in Arizona shot in the stomach by the low life drug dealers with the AK47.


what? an AK? awww crap....

191 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:02:42pm

re: #181 brookly red

here is the web page... yes we serve booze.
[Link: www.brooklynmuseum.org...]

People never consider things like that when they bitch about the cost of living in NYC.

192 Decatur Deb  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:03:32pm

re: #189 SanFranciscoZionist

Anthropologie. Not my Cupoftea.

Thanks--drove me crazy trying to Google it.

193 freetoken  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:03:46pm

I'll add that I think the NJ Museum situation is one of those issues that probably reveals the weakness of their management and the vision of state officials. This looks like it was an issue-in-waiting, and people just kept kicking the can down the road for as long as possible.

Here in San Diego, the San Diego Natural History Museum only relies on government support for about 5% of their budget: [PDF Annual Report]. Over the many years the SDNHM has developed themselves into a nearly self-sustaining organization. It's a sad statement about New Jersey that they've not seen to it over the years to either endow the museum or to make it more self-sufficient.

194 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:04:24pm

re: #183 Killgore Trout

It goes well. The slug count for this evening is 2. I'm about to make another pass with the flashlight and see what turns up.

Do you use a "designated" pair of pliers and a baggie of salt?
Hope you don't find a single one!

195 Shiplord Kirel  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:04:39pm

Breaking news (?) from the National Inquisitor Enquirer.

OBAMA CHEATING SCANDAL

PRESIDENT OBAMA has been caught in a shocking cheating scandal after being caught in a Washington, DC Hotel with a former campaign aide, sources say.

And now, a hush-hush security video that shows everything could topple both Obama's presidency and marriage to Michelle!

A confidential investigation has learned that Obama first became close to gorgeous 35 year-old VERA BAKER in 2004 when she worked tirelessly to get him elected to the US Senate, raising millions in campaign contributions.

While Baker has insisted in the past that "nothing happened" between them, the ENQUIRER has learned that top anti-Obama operatives are offering more than $1 million to witnesses to reveal what they know about the alleged hush-hush affair.

Blah, blah
This is actually not a new allegation, but the Intruder does have more alleged details to allege in their alleged scoop.

Freepers are delirious with desire for it to be true.

196 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:05:21pm

re: #191 Decatur Deb

People never consider things like that when they bitch about the cost of living in NYC.

Well Brooklyn is NYC & it's not... we are bigger than Chicago but in the shadow of Manhattan. It is all good.

197 Spare O'Lake  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:06:17pm

re: #173 Spare O'Lake

There's a holdup in the Bronx
Brooklyn's broken out in fights
There's a traffic jam in Harlem
That's backed up to Jackson Heights...

There's a scout troop short a child
Kruschev's due at Idylwild,
Car 54 where are you?

198 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:12:46pm

re: #190 brookly red

yeah.... an AK.... not OK.

199 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:12:50pm

re: #193 freetoken

I'll add that I think the NJ Museum situation is one of those issues that probably reveals the weakness of their management and the vision of state officials. This looks like it was an issue-in-waiting, and people just kept kicking the can down the road for as long as possible.

Here in San Diego, the San Diego Natural History Museum only relies on government support for about 5% of their budget: [PDF Annual Report]. Over the many years the SDNHM has developed themselves into a nearly self-sustaining organization. It's a sad statement about New Jersey that they've not seen to it over the years to either endow the museum or to make it more self-sufficient.

well it does come down to management, not so much the museum, the government.

200 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:14:40pm

...and a car load of marijuana.

201 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:14:54pm

re: #198 WindHorse

yeah... an AK... not OK.

I for one can't blame them for the bill.

202 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:15:34pm

re: #201 brookly red

I agree.... it sounds like a war zone in Arizona.

203 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:17:12pm

re: #198 WindHorse

Wait, you wanna ban assault rifles?

/

204 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:17:43pm

re: #202 WindHorse

And anecdotally, it sounds like the PDX police are conducting a campaign to murder homeless people.

205 Only The Lurker Knows  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:18:52pm

re: #177 Floral Giraffe

But does she have a Benson & Hedges 100's Presents 100 of the Worlds Greatest Recipes by James Beard?

/Evil Tobacco is coming for you. BOOGAA BOOGAA!

206 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:19:07pm

re: #204 windsagio

you mean the homeless people with the AK47s?

207 brookly red  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:20:43pm

re: #203 windsagio

Wait, you wanna ban assault rifles?

/

a Deputy was shot in the line of duty... could you please refrain.

208 Dancing along the light of day  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:21:49pm

re: #205 Bubblehead II

Nope, the folks never smoked. I'll bet there's a Johnny Walker cookbook though!

209 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:28:21pm

re: #207 brookly red

No I really can't. There are 2 potential conclusions that you could reach from his statement, and its a point that should be made.

Just seemed better to not come at him to strong :P

210 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:32:20pm

re: #203 windsagio

just so you know my point of view.....

I want to ban people who come into this country illegally with a car load of marijuana who then shoot an American police officer with an AK-47.

yeah.... THAT'S what I would like to see banned.

211 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:34:05pm

re: #210 WindHorse

yup, thats about what I figured.

212 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:35:25pm

re: #211 windsagio

what - you don't have a problem with that sort of behavior?

213 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:37:32pm

re: #212 WindHorse

I'm agin' it.

But I realize I'm not being clear :p

What is your solution to the problem of drug dealers with AK's shooting police officers?

214 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:39:42pm

well, for starters.... how about enforcement of all existing laws? That would reduce some of the risk our law enforcement faces.

You wouldn't be against that would you?

215 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:41:41pm

re: #213 windsagio

I'm agin' it.

But I realize I'm not being clear :p

What is your solution to the problem of drug dealers with AK's shooting police officers?

It's a bad omen. Some cartel enforcers have military training and they've got heavy firepower.

216 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:42:30pm

re: #214 WindHorse

I'm not saying that I wouldn't maybe want some laws changed (hell I don't know them all >>), but no I wouldn't.

217 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:45:23pm

Apparently, 70% of the people of Arizona agree with you.... which is why the laws in Arizona are about to be changed.

I think it is easy for us who don't live in Arizona to second guess... but it does look like there are major problems there these days.

218 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:47:43pm

re: #217 WindHorse

The problem is that their solution is bad. Its emotional reasoning (with a spattering of racism) at its worst.

219 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:52:31pm

re: #218 windsagio

from what I have read.... but I am not claiming a thorough understanding of all of it.... that Arizona has made the existing federal laws that are in place (but not enforced) as state law.

This, in response to the fact that the federal government has not enforced the existing laws that are in place.

How can you draw such a conclusion? Are you saying that the federal laws are wrong? That the existing federal laws are racist?

I think the people of Arizona are scared shitless of this ongoing influx of criminal elements from South of the border.

220 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:55:56pm

re: #219 WindHorse

The fact that they're (presuming its true, I'm not certain either, but have heard that it includes some things you wouldn't see in a federal law) trying to guilt the federal government into doing their job is a hint that something's amiss.

Good governance isn't remaking laws that already exist.

Note what I said :p "emotional reasoning". Their reasoning is what I find truly problematic.

221 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:57:00pm

re: #218 windsagio

The problem is that their solution is bad. Its emotional reasoning (with a spattering of racism) at its worst.

The good news is that they amended the law today. Here's a quote from a CNN article I posted up thread:

Brewer signed the law last week, and the legislature changed some language in it Thursday night in an attempt to make it less ambiguous as to how and when people can be questioned about their residency.

Brewer signed the changes into law Friday, saying they will ease concerns about racial profiling.

According to the bill the governor signed April 23, police would be able to detain an individual based merely on the suspicion that he or she entered the country illegally. A change that legislators approved Thursday night, however, says police could check on residency status only while enforcing some other law or ordinance. An officer could ask about an immigrant's status, for example, while investigating that person for speeding, loitering or some other offense.

In addition, the law says Arizona's attorney general or a county attorney cannot investigate complaints based "solely" on factors such as a person's race, color or national origin. The changes that legislators approved Thursday night would remove the word "solely," to emphasize that prosecutors must have some reason other than an individual's race or national origin to investigate.

222 windsagio  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 8:58:29pm

re: #221 Dark_Falcon

Those are most excellent changes!

223 Dark_Falcon  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 9:02:01pm

re: #222 windsagio

Those are most excellent changes!

Yes, I think so. It removes the invitations to racial profiling and focuses the law on those who have already done something wrong. This may take some of heat out of this issue while still giving police the tools they need to get rid of cartel kidnappers and drug runners.

224 WindHorse  Fri, Apr 30, 2010 9:02:56pm

re: #220 windsagio

I agree that emotions are high..... and, I don't find fault with emotional reasoning. It seems to be human nature.

The people of Arizona have had enough of this and the 70% number is difficult to ignore.

I don't see this as "guilting" the federal government into anything. The federal government has spoken.... in a completely tacit fashion. They have done very little and continue to do very little.

The people of Arizona have had enough stonewalling and have decided to take this matter into their own hands.

If there is something in the Arizona law that is contrary to the federal law.... it will be flushed out in court.

Meanwhile, I am inclined to let them handle this problem since they are living it and understand it.

Viva la Arizona!

225 eneri  Sat, May 1, 2010 6:57:43am

1/2 the time linkage does not load. Neither do the news feeds. Please fix.

226 sadhu  Sat, May 1, 2010 7:25:37am

Charles, what's the RSS feed address for the Linkage page -- "Share" button too :) Thanks!!! Great work boss!


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