Saturday, November 1, 2014

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Thursday, May 1, 2014

I'm Just Sayin'...™ May 1, 2014 - Discussing Dandy Don Sterling's Illogical Mind

Several calls, several opinions... Which do YOU agree with? Side note: Aw, Sam Woolf just got sent home from American Idol. The heart throb... Jess Meuse is still there. Chaaa...
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Monday, March 17, 2014

Hey, Joe, you wanna ship in some snow? Voulez vous coucher...

I digress...

So... I don't think snow had to be shipped in to the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. I know there was the possibility, but I don't think it actually happened.  On the other hand, snow was shipped over to the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 'Member that?  Yep.

Okay, so what I'm thinkin' now is, isn't there some brilliant engineer out there somewhere who can figure out a way to scoop up all the huge ice chunks being created by the Coast Guard's ice breaking ships (on the Great Lakes, the Hudson River, etc) - and deliver them to all parts of Cali in need of water? I mean, can't that happen?

Can't it happen where the ice chunks are gathered, transported and perhaps melted during transport or once it arrives in California. Then it gets stored somewhere (I'm not the engineer, so I don't have all the answers!) but it gets released when needed? Am I thinking too small? Would that just end up being a tiny, tiny amount of the water that's needed and therefore be too costly to do? Somebody?

Okay, well, um... how about this theory for California... Cloud Seeding.  Not making it up.
http://science.howstuffworks.com/nature/climate-weather/meteorologists/cloud-seeding1.htm

Just sayin'...

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Saturday, January 4, 2014

New Year = Out with the Old, in with the New!

...And so... I am finally bidding farewell to my LIVESTRONG wristband. You know the one... the one that cheating/winning bicyclist Lance Armstrong wore. Yeah, THAT one. The yellow rubbery wristband.

I've worn mine since like... I'll say the summer of 2004. When it first hit the scene... Man! Everybody was wearing one! I swear, I think I even remember a story on Entertainment Tonight talking about how it was a celebrity craze. Uh huh. Well, I'm not Ms. Bobby Trendy, so I didn't start wearing it because celebrities were wearing it. I just happen to like "jewelry" on my wrist; I knew about the wristband and I really supported the cause -- or I supported what it represents (represented?) which is? was? finding a cure for cancer.

And despite Liar, Liar, Lance on fire's admittance that he'd been enhancing his performances, I wasn't turned off enough to disown and discard my wristband -- because, as some of us still see it -- Lance may have cheated, but he really DID do a lot for raising money for cancer research, AND, I'm personally still impressed with his own ability to BEAT cancer, so...

But anyway, I'm retiring my wristband. Moving on to something else!
 
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Thursday, August 1, 2013

Im Just Sayin...™ - Are Blacks @ Fault 4 Their "Problems"? 07/31 by CG Presents | Entertainment Podcasts

Im Just Sayin...™ - Are Blacks @ Fault 4 Their "Problems"? 07/31 by CG Presents | Entertainment Podcasts ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Zimmerman - and (some of) my issues with his trial... or with his claims

I TOTALLY COPIED this comment from another website - to which I am NOT giving credit because there is a LOT of hate on it, quite frankly, but this was one of the well thought out comments: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ "His (Zimmerman's) wounds are small and the blood isn't flowing down the back of his head. It's trickling in indivdual rivulets, toward his left ear, and the right side of his head. It appears as though he's bent over for the photo to be taken. A glimpse of Trayvon's gray sweatshirt and possibly his hand is in the upper right corner. If these wounds were made by pavement, they wouldn't be so neat and sharp (and only two, with the pounding his allegedly received?) The blood would have flowed down the back of his head when he stood up. He claims he was trying to get to the grass while Trayvon was on top of him, hence the grass and dampness on his coat. He never put his head on the ground? Where's the dirt and grass that should be stuck to the blood? Most people when injured try to feel the injuries. The blood isn't smudged or smeared. He jumps up from being beaten nearly unconscious and has someone take photos of the back of his head? Who is this person? He claims to have seen powder burns on Trayvon's sweatshirt. How is that possible when he was shot in the chest and found face down? Did this person hit Zimmerman in the head and help him turn the body over?" ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~