Saturday, May 30, 2015

A: Yesterday when I walked by Madame Olga’s Psychic Tearoom, I saw her sitting there smiling, so I went in and punched her.
B: Why did you do that?
A: My teacher told me you should always try to strike a happy medium. 

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Q: What did the captive say when the Aztec priest came with an obsidian knife?

A: He’s a man after my own heart.

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

這張照片會勾起很多人的回憶----the wrapper from a pack of ROC military cigarettes, roughy 1980.

Friday, May 22, 2015

Langalje 排灣連杯 joined cups, Paiwan tribe; 臺灣櫸木Taiwan zelkova zelkova formosana

Thursday, May 21, 2015

As I mentioned, in Waco, Texas, hundreds of bikers (tattooed fat guys in black Ts, jeans, and colors) were determined to protect their lifestyle and what they see as their freedom, by violence if necessary. They are certainly accustomed to violence.
Forewarned, eighteen local police and four state troopers were on hand. As five biker clubs gathered, friction was inevitable, fighting broke out, and in five minutes the party was over, with nine bikers were dead and 170 arrested. Police killed at least four of the dead. Fortunately, no innocent bystanders were harmed.
Recently )HERE( I discussed guns and freedom. Yes, yes, yes, we know you think you need guns to protect your freedom, but nobody has explained to me how guns protect freedom. If someone is attacking you and you have no brighter method, you may shoot the attacker to protect yourself. If someone is “taking away your freedom,” who do you shoot to protect your freedom?
Even violent bikers who outnumbered the police over ten to one were subdued within five minutes. If armed groups start fighting to “protect their freedom,” the outcome will be pretty much like what happened in Waco, and recall that this is not the first time something like this has happened in Waco. You’d think somebody’d learn: guns may be fun, but they are less than useless in “protecting freedom and rights.” Brighter people find more intelligent ways than providing moving targets for police.
Anyway, here’s a pretty good commentary on the fracas, or fiasco::HERE::

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Bikers in Waco, TX had a big ruckus and, with police assistance, nine died and 170 were arrested. What I find hard to believe about this all is that nobody got it on video. Usually every time someone stumbles and drops something, you get a dozen videos on YouTube, with repeats and slow motion replay. All this going on and nobody had a cell phone? The police didn’t have dashboard cameras to collect evidence? 

However, I have been informed that there is a video on YouTube HERE:::

Friday, May 15, 2015

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Sunday, May 10, 2015

A great cultural phenomenon from 1966: HERE
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