Thursday, April 6, 2017

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Ed Graney, in the R-J, wrote that people weren't watching so they could view the 3 referees, Gonzaga's 2 big guys logged 9 fouls, Zach Collins fouled-out after playing 14 minutes.  What, you dislike me?

Sunday, April 2, 2017

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There is no such thing as "Time", you're born, you die, everything in between, is a jumble, and I can prove it, I should be nominated for a Nobel in Physics.  Yesterday, on "CBS This Morning, Saturday", they had Annie Jacobsen, who wrote "Phenomena", about the long-time extra-sensory-intelligence race between the U.S. and Russia.  ...For the past 40 years, the U.S. government has researched extrasensory perception...  ...The intelligence agencies and military services involved include CIA, DIA, NSA, DEA, the Navy, Air Force, and Army, and even the Joint Chiefs of Staff...  (Amazon Review).  The book states that many Psychics are employed by these agencies, why the best-one, and a U.S. citizen (ancestors first arrived around 1650), would not be begged (we beseech you, kind telepathist), is beyond-weird

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I worked with that girl.  I'm interested in going to St. Petersburg, been to Moscow, but would have to go thru a lot of rigmarole and pay a lot of money to get a visa.  If I'm a personal-friend of their president, why do I need a visa at all (half my Hits lately are from Russia), why can't I just show-up with my passport?  Why is Vlad treating me so shamefully?  A friend of mine, went to Nicaragua to rebuild their national-library after the 1972 earthquake, and their president, Anastasio Somoza, wrote an entire page in his passport, stating to give this man everything he wants.   The line is N. Carolina by 2, if Oregon hadn't shot so miserably, they would have won going-away.  Gonzaga has those 2 good bigs they can shuffle in and out, having them relatively-fresh, and not as worried about fouling, both had 4.  And G even had an extra 4 hours, where they could shower, relax, chow-down, and watch the 2nd game.  Gives us something good to look forward to, Gonzaga by 4

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

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On the PBS, was a biographic of Nicolaus "Klaus" Barbie, the highly-successful commandant of the Gestapo, in Lyon, France, from 1942 to 1944.  Responsible for the deaths of 14 thou, Barbie would personally torture and kill them.  Protected and paid after the War for his intelligence-expertise, by the Americans, then the W. Germans, spirited to S. America,  the Bolivian Government, rising to Lt. Col.  Deported to France for trial as a war criminal in 1983, when a democratic-regime came to power, Klaus' trial began in 1984.  Some old Jew who had witnessed Barbie's actions in Lyon, said that he smirked then as he was doing at his trial, "laughing at the world".  Sure looked that way.  In Sam Peckinpah's 1969 blood and guts classic, "The Wild Bunch", the outlaws are thinking of their next endeavor  ...Fort Supply gets their payroll the end of the month...   ...Information like that is mighty hard to come by...

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I've now accrued 9000 points in "Rewards" on my Citibank "Diamond Preferred" MasterCard, one point being-regarded as worth one dollar.  It was only a couple of years ago, that I found out that all those points are "good" for are a bunch of 20% discounts on things that you could easily buy elsewhere for less, with no discount.  (See My Blogs for June 21, 2015, Oct. 8, 2015, Dec. 21, 2016).  Thus far, Citibank has succeeded in cheating me, and there would be a lot of other trusting-senior citizens in my situation, thousands.  I still have and use this card, as I'm quite sure that Citibank will transfer my points into the card I thought I had, that is, qualifying me for nice gifts.  You lowlifes have been cognizant of Citibank's skullduggery, for long, with no attempt to right this obvious-wrong.  Now, when I have the time, I'm going to have the expense and effort of suing Citibank, for their criminality, when the Federal Branch, defying the Constitution, shirked their responsibility, of redress and reparation, due a U.S. Citizen.  It's almost as tho, none of you have a moral-conscience

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Vladimir Klitschko is fighting Anthony Joshua on April 29, at Wembley, before 90 thou, and a turnaway crowd of 37 thou, all this on the first day of sale.  In Europe they embrace boxing much more than in the U.S., you people have no respect for anything.  Luke Tyson Fury is beset by mental and drug-problems, and has frittered-away his fortune, a basket-case,  I doubt if he fights again.  Luke's cousin, Hughie Fury, is "22" and is also a big-heavyweight,  he fights Joseph Parker, a Maori, in Auckland, on May 6. Luke's and Hughie's trainer, Peter Fury, has been denied a visa by New Zealand, due to his being incarcerated for 10 years for drug-offenses, so Hughie will be standing-there without his father and the trainer who has guided him to 20-0, I'd take Parker.  The Irish Travellers are rather different from everyone-else, they're secretive and even have their own-language, there's maybe 10 thou in the U.S..  And one of the ways they make money here, is by insuring each other's lives (no kidding).  Their life-expectancy is short, and well-known to be this, the insurance-agent can't say, you're an Irish Traveller and statistically won't live long, if they qualify in the usual-ways, they have to be insured

Sunday, March 26, 2017

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If any of you have a suitable employment-opportunity, perhaps Joe Hipp would be interested, in Yakima, Washington, last I heard (See My Blogs for Feb. 13, 2010 and Nov. 26, 2014)