March 23, 2008

Part 3 of John Adams

Is on tonight.   It is called Do not tread on me.  I plan to watch it after I am back from the movies!

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The Other Boleyn Girl

Tonight when I get to my sister's place we are all heading out to see that movie.   It has been on my list for a while now!  I will post a review.

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Dance Clips

Yep it is that time.  Too much serious on the blog.

Stereo Mc's - I wanna go higher


Dido - White Flag Remix


KLF - 3 am Eternal



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The Easter Bunny Hates you!

I remember this posting from last year. hehe...cracked me up.  Ace posted it again.


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Happy Easter

Everyone!

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March 22, 2008

The Jerusalem Inn Link

Has an Awesome link that is basically the equivalent of mapquest but for travel in Israel.

Very cool and a very handy tool!  Through this I was able to print out a map to the American Embassy in Tel Aviv.

Here is the link:

Atlas CT

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Vacation Update

While most of my grading is already completed and its not even noon on Saturday, I think I can put up another blog post.

Shawn has confirmed he is unable to attend.   So that means it looks like it is going to be Chris (for about a week) and I (for about two weeks).

I have picked where I am going to stay in Jerusalem:

The Jerusalem Inn

This hotel/Bed and Breakfast has WIFI!  Which is one of the main things I am looking for in case I have to deal with teaching or work stuff while on my vacation.

This place seems like it is in the middle of just about everything in Jerusalem.

Also, hehe my boss, she has been giving me advice since she is the world traveller.  She told me to travel with duct tape...LOL (precautionary things - and as she said that if we ever have to think like MacGuyver, the tape will be handy) also, to take things like peanut butter and granola bars LOL...since we wont wanting to be dining out all the time. LOL

Tasha did give me a couple of hotels to look into for Tel Aviv, that she said are the best...   That is going to be my next project.  Then I have to line up the tours.  I would like to do 3 of them.  The one to En Gedi/Masada/Dead Sea and another up north.   The Third one I am undecided on.  But basically the last major thing is nailing down the hotel in Tel Aviv and paying it for at for a week.

Other than that, its just a matter of planning what to do...once I am there.   WHOOOO!!!!!

The one thing I have been very lax on is learning Hebrew.  I just simply do not have enough time in the day.  I did like 2 lessons which is no where near enough...But between my day job, my teaching, working out with the trainer and the gym...I simply do not have enough hours in the day.  I tried to do it when I was sick...but LOL that was useless.  Maybe when it gets closer to the trip and things lighten up?

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March 21, 2008

This weekend!

Is not going to be a restful weekend.  Actually it's probably going to suck.  I have to wake up early like before 7 am and drive out to Gilbert to my sister's place - pick up my bro in law and take him back to Sky Harbor!  He has to be there around 8 am to catch his flight to CA so he can meet up with my sister - who is already there. 

Then I get to come home (hopefully before 10 am) and rest a bit before I have to get as much as my schooling done as possible because Sunday late afternoon I have to go back to Gilbert and watch my niece and nephew for the week.  They are cool, the sucky part is that I have to drive out there every day from Sunday til Wednesday and then I have to wake up early for work....while I am there becuase instead of having a 10 min drive to work I now have about an hour drive to work.

Then there is their upcoming B-day.  I was hoping to get my sister a coach purse but I just wont have the cash after this (besides she said she didn't want it now)  And with the extra gas costs I am going to incur ( along with two classes being cancelled) and a 700.00 tax bill..I am just strapped LOL  It's like everytime I get close to paying down my credit cards something happens and whamo its back up again!  Well I still have the 7 classes going now.  6 classes lined up by May.   Then I have that tax rebate coming back. 

I just totally need to line up the hotels for at least a week soon.   Anyway, I should save the rest for a vacation update post - that will be ready ....umm...before the end of the weekend!

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Week in review

Wow what a week!

Got my taxes done - I fucking owe Uncle Sam $699.00!

Ended the friendship/relationship with Holly.  I got tired of the excuses basically.  And not even getting any attention outside of the net...so I felt no alternative but to end it. (Yes there is more to it than that but I am not going to discuss it).

Then Chris and I thought Lital was moving on - no communication was happening....so we were sort of depressed.  Then all of a sudden WHOOO!!! communication is back!  

Anyway the week has ended on a good note!   Well ok execpt for the fact that I have to stay at my sisters and make sure my niece and nephew don't kill each other LOL.    And, it has been a very serious week on the blog with all the politics and all...so let's throw up a video!   A good and funny one!

Bingoboys - Show me how to dance

Yeah I seriously need lessons hehe...  Hell, I dont even have enough hours in the day to study Hebrew!

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March 20, 2008

Obama's minister - Pro Hamas

Both LGF and Ace have got the goods.  Obama is a fucking rascist and his minister is a fucking terrorist supporter.  Want proof. read.  Any Jew who votes for a democrat is voting for the destruction of Israel - pure and simple. 

From Ace:

Obama's Church Published Pro-Hamas Manifesto

Well! Perhaps Obama really will be able to convince the jihadists he's a man they can do business with! Because they sure seem sympatico!

The Hamas piece was published on the "Pastor's Page" of the Trinity United Church of Christ newsletter reserved for Rev. Jeremiah Wright Jr., whose anti-American, anti-Israel remarks landed Obama in hot water, prompting the presidential candidate to deliver a major race speech earlier this week.[...]

In his July 22, 2007, church bulletin, Wright reprinted an article by Mousa Abu Marzook, identified in the newsletter as a "deputy of the political bureau of Hamas." A photo image of the newsletter was captured and posted today by the business blog BizzyBlog. The Hamas piece was first published by the Los Angeles Times, garnering the newspaper much criticism.

According to senior Israeli security officials, Marzook, who resides in Syria alongside Hamas chieftain Khaled Meshaal, is considered the "brains" behind Hamas, designing much of the terror group's policies and ideology. Israel possesses what it says is a large volume of specific evidence that Marzook has been directly involved in calling for or planning scores of Hamas terrorist offensives, including deadly suicide bombings. He was also accused of attempting to set up a Hamas network in the U.S.

Marzook's original piece was titled, "Hamas' stand" but was re-titled "A Fresh View of the Palestinian Struggle" by Obama's church newsletter.

So long as we're having that "open, candid" discussion about race we've all so long wanted to have, perhaps we can finally begin to address the virulent anti-semitism infecting large segments of the black population while we're at it, huh?

Or wait-- are we not having that "open, candid" a discussion?

Thanks to Liberrocky.

From LGF

Rev. Wright: My 'Stance' on Israel Could Cost Obama Jewish Votes

Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 8:22:06 am PST

As the Obama campaign does their best to hoodwink the country into “moving on” past Obama’s 20-year support for a radical America-hating black supremacist, Patterico has found more disturbing statements from Rev. Jeremiah Wright on the subject of Israel (which Wright refers to as a “state,” in quotes): Wright’s Stance on Israel Could Cost Obama Jewish Votes.

Did Wright discuss these issues consistently enough that he believed it might be a problem for Obama? Yes. Wright seemed to think so when asked about it in a February 2007 interview (though, to be fair, he said he had not talked to Obama about it):

I just shared with, I was trying to remember who it is, somebody in public life was asking me about Barack, and I said listen, Barack might be forced by the media and/or by supporters to be very absent from this church and to put distance between our church and himself. As a politician, he might be forced into that. I have not talked to him about that at all. It’s just that my read just of the blogs and what the right-Christian-wing leaders have said about him being a part of our church over past three months says this is — you think it’s ugly now, it’s going to get worse, it’s going to get much worse. For survival’s sake, as a politician he just might have to not — not that I love you less, I love me more. I’ll never get elected as long as they keep harping on this. And that’s — again, I haven’t talked to him about that at all.

Q: How do you feel about that?

A: I would understand. I really would. I would understand. For instance ... he can’t afford the Jewish support to wane or start questioning his allegiance to the state of Israel because I’m saying the position we’ve taken in terms of Palestinians is wrong, and I think we need to revisit that. Just that kind of statement would cause negative repercussions in some quarters in terms of some supporters, in terms of some people he needs to support his election campaign.


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March 19, 2008

A reason to vote for John McCain

Simple - he was in Sederot today!

Soccerdad has the story. 

That just clinched my vote.  I will vote for John McCain for President.  Better a RINO than a Democrat!

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Osama's Dead? Time to pass out candies???

Ace and Dr. Rusty Shackleford have basically pronounced Osama Bin Laden DOA!!!!  Dead on Audio!

This new tape that was released has nothing current on it.  Everything is a discussion of over 2 years ago from the Cartoon controversy to an arms scandal.

Man I hope it's true!  I wont believe he is alive until they have a live recording of that monster!  If he is dead I hope all of his 72 virgins all resemble Andrew Sullivan!

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March 18, 2008

Barack Obama Pissant!!!

From an angry and fully justified Ace!

Did I Hear Comments That Might Be Considered Controversial? Yes.

I wrote that Obama called Wright's statements "controversial," which rather understates the matter. They were not "controversial." They were vicious and vile.

Madonna is fucking "controversial," champ. Changing the opening theme to Monk was "controversial." The Patriots' SpyGate was "controversial."

This was vicious and vile anti-Americanism and racism and anti-semitism. If those things are, to you, merely "controversial," it seems you need a teachable moment or two, rather than presuming to fill us with "understanding."

But the fact is, he didn't even call Wright's remarks controversial. Slublog:

I think Obama is playing it even more cute than that. He said he heard things that "could be considered" controversial. He then spent the rest of his speech telling us that what we thought was controversial is explainable due to the history of racial tension in the United States.

Indeed.

I'm reposting this because I seem to be the only person pointing this out. And I'm not going to stop until it gets traction.

This is, as I understand it, the sermon delivered on Sunday, September 16, 2001. Firemen were still digging through skin-blistering ash in a futile effort to find more survivors of the 9/11 attacks. And putting their health at risk breathing heavily in air heavily tainted with asbestos and toxins.

Now, once again: Watch Wright's relish -- his nearly orgasmic delight -- in saying "America's chickens... have come home... to roost." Watch this cocksucker dance and flutter his hands in a happy flourish as he celebrates and exults in the deaths of 3000 Americans and foreign nationals, all civilians and all innocents, as it represents a vindication of his sickening worldview and a well-deserved comeupppance for the nation he so deeply hates.

Now, Mr. Barack Hussein Obama: As your disgusting spiritual mentor and political guide is publicly celebrating the terrorism of 9/11 as blatantly as the Palestinian terrorists did that very day, and as excitedly as Al Qaeda does:

Would you say these comments are merely "controversial" or potentially "controversial"?

Would you like a second try at that, you rotten bastard?

How many prisoners did he minister to to cancel out this disgusting celebration of mass murder on a mega scale?

How much Hope and Change have you actually delivered to cancel out your own voluntary, bear-hug embrace of this repellent seditionist?

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March 17, 2008

What the hell is wrong with NY???

Can someone tell me?  First you had Gollum get caught spending 80k with hookers...and now this:

Gov. Paterson Admits to Sex with Other Woman for Years

Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 7:01:21 pm PST

Oh no. No no no. This is just wrong. Gov. Paterson admits to sex with other woman for years.

Via LGF!

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Book lists

Here is the listing of my books so far:

Book Catalog:

 

CLASSICS

Fourteen Byzantine Rulers – Michael Psellus

Chronicles of the Crusades – Joinvilleand Villehardouin

The Portable Greek Historians

The Agricola and The Germania – Tacitus

History of the Peloponnesian War – Thucydides

The Digest of Roman Law (theft, rape, damage and insult) – Justinian (Emperor)

Candide – Voltaire

The Campaigns of Alexander – Arrian

City of G-d – St. Augustine

Five Dialogues – Plato

The Meditations – Marcus Aurelius (Emperor)

Epitome of Roman History – Lucius Annaeus Florus & The works of Cornelius Nepos

The Metamorphoses – Ovid

On Duties – Cicero

Murder Trials – Cicero

The Consolation of Philosophy – Boethius

The Later Roman Empire (354-378 ce) – Ammianus Marcellinus

The Rise of the Roman Empire – Polybius

A History of the laceName>English laceName> laceType>Church laceType> and People – Venerable Bede

The Prince – Niccolo Machiavelli

The Age of Alexander – Plutarch

On the Nature of the Universe – Lucretius

The Histories – Herodotus

On War - Carl Von Clausewitz

The Federalist Papers – Madison, Hamilton, and John Jay

Uncle Tom’s Cabin or Life Among the Lowly – Harriet Beecher Stowe

Jugurthine War/Conspiracy of Cataline – Sallust

Timaeus and Critas – Plato

The Republic – Plato

The Twelve Caesars – Suetonius

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy – Jacob Burckhardt

The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire – Edward Gibbon

Thus Spoke Zarathursta – Nietzsche

The Aeneid – Virgil

The Alexiad – Anna Comnena

The Philosophy of Jean Paul Satre

Discources of Livy – Niccolo Machiavelli

Lives of the Later Caesars

Caesar – The Civil war

Confessions of a Sinner – St. Augustine

The Conquest of Gaul – Caesar

The History of the Franks – Gregory of Tours

Confessions – St. Augustine

The Politics of Aristotle – Ernest Barker

Ceasar’s Commentaries – the first 5 books

The Odyssey - Homer

The Barbarian Invasions – Hans Delbruck

Cicero’s Masterpieces

The Roman History: The Reign of Augustus – Cassius Dio

The Republic – Plato

On G-d and Political Duty – John Calvin

The Life of Charlemagne – Einhard

Treatises of Cicero and Pliny the Younger

The Histories – Tacitus

Annals of Imperial Rome – Tacitus

The Rise and Fall of Athens – Plutarch

Ethics – Aristotle

The Early History of Rome – Livy

The Canterbury Tales – Geoffrey Chacuer

The Four voyages of Christopher Columbus

The Politics - Aristotle

 

 

ROMAN HISTORY

Rubicon:  The last years of the laceName>Roman laceName> laceName>Republic laceName> – Tom Holland

Roman Literature and Society – RM Ogilvie

Ancient Rome: An introductory History – Paul Zoch

The Romans – RH Barrow

Roman Law:  An Historical Introduction – Hans Julius Wolff

Hannibal: Enemy of Rome – Leonard Cottrell

 

PHILOSOPHY

Handbook in the History of Philosophy:  A Chronological survey of Western Thought from 3500 BC to the present – Albert Avey

The Everything Philosophy Book – James Mannion

Man’s Search for Meaning:  An introduction to Logotherapy – Viktor Frankl

The Outline of Knowledge – Plato and Epicitus

The Outline of Knowledge – History of the World

The Outline of Knowledge – Sacred Writings

 

ISRAEL

Israel:  From the Air – Itamar Grinberg

The Illustrated Atlas of Jewish Civilzation – Josephine Bacon

Voices of the American Jewish Experience:  Jewish Times – Howard Simons

From Beirut to Jerusalem – Thomas L Friedman

The Jewish Book of Why – Vol 1 & 2 – Alfred J Kolatch

A History of Israel:  From the rise of Zionism to our time – Howard Sachar

The Haggadah of Passover

All the Kings and Queens of the Bible – Herbert Lockyer

All the People and places in the Bible – JJ Packer

Daily Life in Bible Times – JJ Packer

The World of the Old Testament – JJ Packer

The World of the New Testament – JJ Packer

Bible Mapbook – Simon Jenkins

Bible – New American Standard

 

BYZANTINE EMPIRE

1453:  The Holy War for Constantople – Roger Crowley

Sailing from Byzantium – Colin Wells

 

 

GENERAL HISTORY

The Pessimist’s Guide to History – Stuart Flexner

Legends, Lies and Cherished Myths of World History – Richard Shenkman

The Idea of history – RG Collingwood

Infidel – Ayaan Hirsi Ali

An Encyclopedia:  The Wines and Domaines of France – Clive Coates MW

Atlas of World History Vol 1:  Stone Age – Eve of French Revolution

Atlas of World History Vol 2:  French Revolution to 1976

The March of Folly – Barbara Tuchman

The Renaissance – Will Durant

The Reformation – Will Durant

The First World War – AJP Taylor

Military Anecdotes – Max Hastings

History’s Timeline

Western Civilization to 1500 – Walther Kirchner

18th Century Europe – MS Anderson

Strategy -  - BH Hart

The Age of Metternich: 1814-1848 – Arthur May

The Waning of the Middle Ages – J Huizinga

Myth and the Polis – Pozzi and Wickersham

Renaissance Diplomacy – Garrett Mattingly

Armies and the Art of Revolution – Katharine Chorley

The People’s Almanac – Irving Wallace and David Wallechinsky

 

US HISTORY AND GOVERNMENT

The Politics of Congress – David Vogler

The American People: Vol 2 from 1865 to Present – Jeffrey Nash

Presidential Campaigns – Paul F Boller Jr.

Presidential Anecdotes – Paul F Boller Jr.

The Development of Political Theory and Government – Adler and Wolff

A History of the American Revolution – John R Alden

The Era of Reconstruction:1865-1877 – Kenneth M. Stampp

Social Welfare: Politics and Public Policy – Diana M DiNitto

Politics in States and Communities – Thomas Dye

The Craft of Public Administration – Berkley, Rouse and Begovich

Incrementalism and Public Policy – Michael T Hayes

The Political Environment of Public Management – Peter Kobrak

Administrative Law and Process – WESTLAW

 

LEGAL

Blacks Law Dictionary – 5th Ed

 

BUSINESS

In Search of Excellence – Tom Peters

Roberts Rules of Order

Leadership Secrets of Attila the Hun – Wes Roberts

Liberation Management – Tom Peters

 This is probably 1/3 of my books..well maybe a quarter of them. LOL

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Modern Democrats: US SHOULD BE INVADED AND OCCUPIED

This ladies and gentlemen are our modern democrats.  This is an essay that was posted at the Daily Kos.  LGF posted it!!!  READ IT ALL and weep! 

Daily Kos: The United States Needs to Be Invaded and Occupied

Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 8:21:38 am PST

How much do the lunatics at Daily Kos hate their own country? So much that a diary posted yesterday actually argues that The United States needs to be invaded - not just invaded - occupied.

Because, according to the Daily Kos diarist, being invaded, slaughtered, and occupied is the only way we’ll become a nation of compassionate pacifists.

As a nation the United States no longer has the remotest idea about what it really feels like to be part of a war zone. Americans have lost the empathy that is necessary to make an informed, meaningful, compassionate decision about whether or not war should be waged. While candidates fight over who has the required experience to properly oversee our republic’s international interests, none realize that none of them have ever felt what it is like to have war waged in their neighborhood and occupied by intruders. While they may claim to know when to wage wars and to know the horrors of war, they only know them intellectually. They can’t claim that they have emotionally felt them. No one who was born and raised in the United States can claim that and none can really feel it. We have allowed a Congress and an administration to encourage hate and to hi-jack our compassion. In fact, as a nation we have lost our compassion.

Unfortunately, America is at a point that to be able to really feel again, to regain that compassion, it needs to be invaded and occupied in the same way that we have invaded and occupied Iraq. Then there might be a greater chance that Americans will be more reluctant to accept the invasion of another country. Maybe seeing and feeling the same level of destruction that we have inflicted on Iraq, at least the American public will understand why invading another country is unconscionable except in the most dire circumstances - which means after that country has directly attacked the United States. And that has not happened since World War II.

(Hat tip: SavannahWinslow.)


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Obamessiah's "Minister"

CHECK THIS SHIT OUT!!!!!

From LGF

Rev. Wright's 'War on Iraq IQ Test'

Mon, Mar 17, 2008 at 3:48:24 pm PST

LGF reader mcs emailed a link to yet another disturbing rant by Jeremiah Wright, this time in writing: The War on Iraq IQ Test.

After a series of viciously slanted pro-Saddam questions, the Reverend’s IQ test suddenly veers into Israel-hatred straight out of the Muammar Gaddafi playbook:

41. Q: How many UN resolutions did Israel violate by 1992?
A: Over 65

42. Q: How many UN resolutions on Israel did America veto between 1972 and 1990?
A: 30+

43. Q: How much does the U.S. fund Israel a year?
A:$5 billion

44. Q: How many countries are known to have nuclear weapons?
A: 8

45. Q: How many nuclear warheads has Iraq got?
A: 0

46. Q: How many nuclear warheads has US got?
A: over 10,000

47. Q: Which is the only country to use nuclear weapons?
A: the US

48. Q: How many nuclear warheads does Israel have?
A: Over 400

49. Q: Has Israel every allowed UN weapon inspections?
A: No

50. Q: What percentage of the Palestinian territories are controlled by Israeli settlements?
A: 42%

51. Q: Is Israel illegally occupying Palestinian land?
A: Yes

And concluding with this:

52. Q: Which country do you think poses the greatest threat to global peace: Iraq or the U.S.?
A: ????


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The OTHER white meat

From Freaky Deaky Ace

I guess we could call it Penis the other white meat....or Penis - it's whats for dinner! LOL  But umm...you can count me out! LOL  Save this for Andrew Zimmerman who specializes on eating bizzare foods on the Travel Channel.  Eek!

Tonight's Special? Penis

They're just having too much fun in China, I'll tell you what buddy.

I’m visiting the Guo-li-zhuang restaurant, a specialist penis and testicle emporium that caters mainly to wealthy businessmen and Communist party officials (who, truth be told, are often one and the same).

...

I ask a chef to show us the preparation of a penis first, so that I can get a feel for the process. He enters holding aloft an eye-wateringly large yak’s knob. It’s about 45cm long, but thin, so thin. It’s been boiled gently and - I can’t believe I’m writing this - peeled, except for a hunk of foreskin still clinging on to the end. He cuts the thing in half lengthways with a pair of scissors.

...

We try the water-buffalo penis first, in thin shavings. It started long and thin, but someone has shredded this noble old chap on a mandolin. It has the texture of squid and tastes of the mild chilli stock it’s been poached in.

...

She seems pleased, and pours me some deer-penis juice, which I’m delighted to say is the vilest concoction I’ve ever had the privilege to imbibe. It’s as sour as a smacked lemon and as bitter as neat quinine.

...

We try goat’s penis, chicken feet, bull’s penis tip (that’ll keep you up all night too, the boss warns), terrapin leg and all manner of radishes. I’m offered dog’s penis (“The only one with a bone in it”, and served with a glacé cherry placed pointlessly on the tip), but decline. All the knobs have intriguing, delicate and bizarre textures, although the flavour is mainly of pork braised in hot stock. My favourite dish of all is undoubtedly bull’s perineum – a delicate piece of flesh, the size of a chicken oyster, which has been poached, then slow-fried.

It’s sweet and crispy, with a deep taste of soy and honey.

Yan Yan, my guide, isn’t too keen on penis, but she’s adventurous in the face of adversity, and tries most things with a curled lip. Just before we go, I ask why the girls get off lightly.

The boss bursts into giggly, embarrassed laughter. “That’s a crazy idea - why would anyone want to do that?”

I hear that. Yuch.

Thanks to Jen.

Posted by: Ace at 10:53 AM

Tushar has the comment of the day already:

3 I will be in my bunk - fiercely protecting my junk.

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Scandi's: Is there such a thing as a good Scandi?

From the Hostages:

Swedish state to start selling sex toys

Sweden’s state-run pharmacy chain Apoteket has announced that it is to begin selling sex toys in order to satisfy demand from customers.

When asked in a survey last year what products they would most like to see on Apoteket’’s shelves, a majority plumped for dildos and massage oils. The study was conducted by the pharmacy chain in cooperation with the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education (RFSU).

“We will sell massage oils and dildos. We can’t say anything more yet,” said Linge Bergman.


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March 16, 2008

John Adams Series

Tonight was part 1 and 2 and all I can say was WOW!  How impressive this series is..from the sets, costumes...the aire....everything was just amazing.

Tonight's episode starts from the Boston Massacre in 1770 and it ends just after the reading of the Declaration of Independence in 1776. 

All of the actors and actresses did an amazing job!  And, its very interesting seeing John Hancock on screen (since my boss's are distantly related to him).  And I have read his letters!   It sort of brings the scope more to life.  Also, it showed the horrors of the revolution from tarring and feathering individuals to the bloody aspects of war.  Amazing!

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