Odd Claims

September 15, 2013

Most people know they drink water when they are thirsty …::: The Atlantic : Michelle Obama’s “Drink More Water” Campaign Makes Odd Claims.

Apparently, most does not include Moochelle … So then any lie will suffice.




August 14, 2013


There that should do it, the terrorist are locked out.

Off course that does not include ones with really big bombs…

We are going to be down by the Gulf, err Atlantic ocean.


Some work to do …


USA: Snow From Plains to Mid-Atlantic States

February 7, 2012

Rain will change to snow across the central Plains today before sliding eastward into the mid-Atlantic on Wednesday. Feb 6, 2012

A weak and moisture-starved system quickly moving from the central Plains to the Northeast could bring many on its path a quick coating of snow the next two days.
As this weak disturbance moves across the central Plains today, cold air behind a front heading south out of the northern Plains and Canada will be a major player on precipitation type across the region.

As of early on Tuesday morning, snow had already begun to break out across parts of western Kansas and southern Nebraska as the leading edge of this cold air filtered across the Front Range of the Rockies as well as northern parts of the central Plains.
As this cold air penetrates farther south into the milder air, rain in areas from eastern and central Kansas to Missouri will mix with and then change over to snow.

It’s A Tie: The Real Story From Iowa, The Iowa-bashing snobs and sore losers

January 4, 2012

Results thread is here. Gingrich was true to sore-loser form, blaming super PACS and negative ads for his 4th place finish. Eight votes separate the two winners, Romney and Santorum …

Michelle Malkin writes:

The Iowa caucuses may not have much predictive value, but they did a wonderful job of unmasking both elitist whingers on the Left and incompetent whiners on the Right.

As they do every presidential election cycle, progressives of pallor wore their indelible disdain for middle America on their sleeves. Pale-faced University of Iowa journalism professor Stephen Bloom launched a 6,000-word jeremiad, littered with factual errors, against his home state’s residents. The abridged version: Raaaaaaaacists! Hicks! Christians! Argggh!

In the safe harbors of The Atlantic just a few weeks before Tuesday’s electoral event, Bloom sneered: “Those who stay in rural Iowa are often the elderly waiting to die.” The rest are “[a]n assortment of waste-toids and meth addicts with pale skin and rotted teeth or those who quixotically believe, like Little Orphan Annie, that the sun will come out tomorrow.” One of the poison-tongued prof’s own former journalism students, Kirsten Scharnberg Hampton, took him to task for citing faulty demographic statistics, derisively stereotyping hunters, and falsely accusing a local newspaper of “splashing” the headline “He Is Risen” across its front page (it was a small, boxed quotation marking Easter Sunday).

But the damage was done; the bait dangled. And at the overwhelmingly white NBC Nightly News on Sunday, Andrea Mitchell swallowed the Iowa-bashing chum whole – then dutifully regurgitated the attack on the state as“Too white, too evangelical, too rural.” She was quick to slip in a “critics say” disclaimer, of course. But let’s not kid ourselves about the network’s prejudices.

It’s a great column, read all of it’s insightful words.

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