Friday, February 12, 2010
In the ten months of its existence, how many members are there? SEVEN!
Bill Morton was never interested in doing anything for you, folks. He was simply trying to make his rent--for which he owes me two months worth--$1,425--and he thinks he does not have to repay these monies...because he is the President of Rogers Park Chamber of Commerce--which I co-founded, with MY monies, which are still owed to me (over $1,000!).
Bill Morton has assured me, in an e-mail, that he feels the Rogers Park
Chamber of Commerce will go on for eighty (80) years.
What do you think? Toni? Jim, the chess piece? Anyone?
Bill, pay out now! Or forever lose face in Rogers Park!
(My own take on the headline, as for some reason it could not ne copied and pasted from the MSWord doc, as I had saved it)
Regarding this photo: If the scanners 'see through' your clothing, why don't they see through the female's panties? Just askin', as I will never fly again!
(CNSNews.com) - A group of Muslim scholars says it supports airline safety, but it is "deeply concerned" about the use of airport scanners that show nude images of the human body.
“The Fiqh Council of North America (FCNA) emphasizes that a general and public use of such scanners is against the teachings of Islam, natural law and all religions and cultures that stand for decency and modesty,” the group said in a Feb. 10 statement posted at Islam Online.
"It is a violation of clear Islamic teachings that men or women be seen naked by other men and women," FCNA explained.
The group noted that Islam emphasizes modesty, (and beheading/burying alive women!) considering it part of the faith.
"The Qur'an has commanded the believers, both men and women, to cover their private parts" and to be modest in their dress. While exceptions can be made in cases of "extreme necessity," FCNA indicated that passenger body scans do not rise to that level. FCNA is asking for changes in scanner software so the machines will produce only body outlines.
In the meantime, the group says Muslim travelers should choose pat-down searches over scanner images – in cases where searches are necessary.
The Fiqh Council of North America is an affiliate of the Islamic Society of North America, which advises and educates its members and officials “on matters related to the application of Shari’ah (Islamic law) in their individual and collective lives in the North American environment.”
The Council on American-Islamic Relations also issued a news release on Wednesday, endorsing FCNA's statement on the use of body scanners.
These Islamists are truly loonies who are out to eliminate all kaffirs (infidels)--that would be YOU and ME--because we don't fall for their biased, mysoginistic, old time religion!
And they expect, if they die, the afterlife will be nothing more than a very prolonged (72 virgins) SEXUAL experience?
Apparently, O's speechwriters do not know the definition of the word 'agnostic'. And neither does this uninformed excuse for a president!
agnostic: holding that nothing can be known about the existence of GOD
Of course, The Won denies the very existence of GOD every chance he gets, and even purports to be better (and HUMBLER) than GOD.
Narcissism...not really the best character trait to possess (HEAVILY) when one is elected (BY STUPID DOPERS) to lead the greatest country on Earth!
I think he meant to say "antagonistic"--so much for a Hah-vahd edjicashun, Affirmative Action Boy!
Yes, she is the relative who stated Obama was born in Kenya! She should know, if she was there, and saw the tan kid who looks more like Malcolm X pop out from between Stanley Anne's ever-open area between her legs!
No word yet, of course, from the Kenyan, until someone can upload to the TelePromTer (TM).
Photo credit: Wikipedia
When I was thirteen, JFK came to town, and our class, at the Catholic grade school I attended, walked the several blocks to the local library where he was campaigning. (I wonder how many teachers take their students, today, to a campaign rally, and explain the politics of it all, as my teacher did?).
I got up close, and actually received a handshake and an autograph.
I was thrilled, and so were my parents--by then, staunch Democrats and very involved in politics in the city of my birth, Milwaukee WI.
All of America was thrilled with the Kennedys back then.
Then, JFK was assassinated. I remember the day, the time, when the announcement filtered through the speaker from the school office. I was a senior in a high school English class.
We all gasped, then began, one by one, to cry. You see, many of my classmates were at the same campaign rally, and also received handshakes and autographs from the future president.
Four and a half years later, RFK was assassinated, while campaigning for the presidency in California.
Then came Chappaquiddick, and Mary Jo.
In May of '94, Jacqueline died, just 19 days before my own father's passing. And in '97, John Jr.
The Kennedy mystique was left to Caroline and her surviving relatives, including Uncle Teddy, who died in August of 2009. And Caroline has shown she did not inherit the charisma of either her father or her mother, who were self-made legends in their travels upon this Earth.
The children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of Joe and Rose have not fared well, have they?
And Patrick seems to understand that, or--he's just a complete goof, and might need to spend more 'time on the couch'.
Morrison traced the idea for the Frisbee to a Thanksgiving Day family picnic in 1937 when he and his future wife tossed the lid of a popcorn tin back and forth for fun, the Deseret News reports.
He took the idea to the beaches of Santa Monica where he sold the "Flying Cake Pan" for 25 cents.