Thursday, February 24, 2011
All of the TV Media have known for the past 3 years that Kelly Ripa is gay and have kept this to themselves, I despise every one of your bought-off asses and don't want you to think otherwise. What other "secrets" are you keeping from the American people? Recently the rock-blues duo "The Black Keys" won 3 grammys. Both Dan Auerbach, the singer-guitarist and Patrick Carney, the drummer-arranger went to Akron Firestone and I went to school with Carney's Dad and Aunt, she was the best-looking I've ever seen. Monday I saw the movie on Amanda Knox and the hour on it afterwards. I'd have to agree with the retired FBI agent that it was that Ivory Coast guy alone who cut her throat and inflicted the other wounds and that Knox and her boyfriend, Sollecito are innocent. But don't be expecting the Italians to change the verdict after their almost year-long trial, the Italians aren't going to let us tell them what to do. Indeed, just because somebody has a quirky reaction to somebody's murder doesn't mean they did it (kissing, splits, cartwheels) or that they tried to implicate Lumumba. On February 17, 2003 Hassan Mustafa Osama Nadr was kidnapped in Milan by the CIA and renditioned, flown to Egypt for torture. Nadr had legal status in Italy and this was very illegal under any laws you can think of. In December 2005 Italian Courts issued European arrest warrants for 22 CIA agents. On November 4, 2009 an Italian court convicted 22 CIA agents and a U.S. Air Force Colonel in absentia of kidnapping and other crimes and should any of these swine show their low-born faces ever again in Italy just see what happens. The Italians are in no mood to have the U.S. pontificate to them about anything especially to do with legality. All of this goes against Knox and I'm sorry for her, were I Knox I wouldn't be making any immediate plans in Seattle. The best quality one can have is good luck and most people don't. The Mossad kidnapped Adolf Eichmann from Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 11, 1960 as he walked home from his job as a foreman at the Mercedes Benz factory as he had become an Argentine citizen under the name of Ricardo Klement. Not finishing high school Eichmann had good work experience even as a manager for Standard Oil before joining the Nazi SS (Schutzstaffel) where he rose to Lt. Colonel eventually being appointed to the deportation of Jews to Poland and Hungary for extermination. After the war he escaped the Allies by using an aliass and lived in Austria and Italy for 5 years before taking a ship to Argentina in 1950. After Eichmann's kidnapping Jews were persecuted all over South America a bad trade-off for the feeling of revenge for one hung guy. The Mossad could have also kidnapped Joseph Mengele as he lived for years in Paraguay under the name, Jose Mengele, under the protection of the dictator Alfredo Stroessner. As it was they wisely left him alone and he died after many years in Brazil, and they knew where he was, from a stroke after a life of fear that the Jews were going to get him. I've been to Auschwitz and Birkenau a mile and a half away and it was at the entrance that Mengele waited and with outstretched arms indicated (left) who was to immediately die and (right) which group was to live for at least a while. With his medical whites on he appeared in this pose as the Angel of Death. From a high-class Catholic family then and now Mengele farm machinery. Like all the other Nazis except Hoss (umlaut over the o) Mengele maintained that he had done nothing wrong, Hoss was the commandant at Auschwitz and before he was hung there he said that he was sorry. I was in a big basement at Auschwitz where they first used the Cyclon B gas on 600 Russian prisoners and I was all by myself down there and thinking about these guys clawing the walls gave me the creeps. If I'm a normal human being what are you?
Thursday, February 10, 2011
Most Mexican women in this country look like they jumped the border so that they could eat. Nothing is as dangerous as a Mexican with a weedblower, they blow dirt all over your car they blow dirt all over you. This country is in good shape and getting better. A lot on the "History Channel" is real good but then they bog down by spending a lot of time on people driving trucks, people arguing over which tree to cut, UFO's (how interesting could it be if after all these years there's no good evidence there are any, .....Take us to your leader......) and other boring things. When I was a grad student at Kent State I had a friend from New York who had been his high school newspaper's sports editor near the Catskills when Joe Frazier was preparing for one of his big fights. He called Joe's Camp and told them that he'd like to interview Joe, his call went to a couple more people and then Bill heard "Joe Here." Bill was invited up to Joe's Camp (a smallish heavyweight whose bobbing and weaving style and relentless pressure ever forward with his best weapon being the trademark of a Philadelphia fighter, a left hook thrown from the hip and with Joe often only from a foot away, when he fought George Chuvalo who never was knocked down in 97 pro fights George thought at one point that his eye had knocked out, well, on to pleasanter things). Bill had a half-hour interview with Joe and his trainer, Yank Durham, in which he mainly asked about whether there should be high school boxing teams and he won a state award for this, afterwards they gave Bill lunch. You like that story. It's been one of my longtime goals to attend a boxing card at the Blue Horizon, as I understand it the doors suddenly open and everybody rushes in to get the best seats. My older brother, Bob, for a many years has been one of the main people in the country for high school wrestling. Bob has often been the director of the Ironman Invitational in Ohio and the "Tournament of Champions' in Reno, the 2 best high school tournaments in the country as well being a writer. He's interested in the sport a lot more than I am, a labor of love he does all this for little or nothing. Several years ago Bob was the writer for "USA Today" in which he picked a weekly top 10 in the country and it was he alone who selected the final rankings with a mythical high school National Champion. That year Lakewood St. Edward's was considered to be the best team in the country. In a Cleveland suburb, Bob lived near there and was" always up there, an extroverted type anyway he knew everybody there real well. But St. Edward's didn't do as well in the state tournament as they were supposed to with one of the kids commenting in "The Cleveland Plain Dealer," "I suppose Preusse will hold it against us." Yeah he did Bob placed St. Ed's at 3rd in the final rankings.