Archive for July, 2009
A couple of days ago I came across this crazy comment on an article about health care and the uninsured. I wasn’t going to post it, but I keep thinking about it so here it is.
Responses to “Uninsurance in the 300-400 Percent of Federal Poverty Line Bracket”
T.S. Eliot: “white trash” is a white person who fornicates with a non-white.
BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA’S DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST EUROPEAN AMERICANS.
Obongo has supported:
(A) Reparations. Redistributing money from European Americans (whites) to blacks, mestizos, and Asians.
(B) Criminalizing white parents who refuse to let their children practice miscegenation.
(C) Using “hate crime” laws to silence any criticism from European Americans.
(D) Using Third World immigration to overwhelm European American majorities.
(E) Maintaining anti-white affirmative action programs
(F) Creating a mandatory “America Serves” community-service program to indoctrinate and deracinate young European Americans
Here comes my favorite part…..
From sociobiology email list: “Children of mixed, white-black, marriages identify 99% of the time as black and detest European Americans (whites). Why? Whites have recessive traits, so mixed-race children almost always look black (eye color, hair texture, nose shape, lips, skin color, etc.). Obama wrote: “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s white race.’”
Davis, Davis, Davis. Come on!
On another note, I’m eagerly awaiting the report on the President’s beer date with Gates and Crowley. I find it so fitting that this black and white man is getting together with this black man and that white man to bring us all to some common ground on this issue. This is a perfect example of how Obama’s “unique experience” is helping him (and us) address the larger struggle. I’m just sayin’.
Lambert 1, NY 1902
Frank Lambert, a French immigrant spent seventeen years developing the Lambert. The first patent was in 1884 and it came to market in 1896. One types by pushing down on one of the keys, causing the whole round disk to tilt down in that direction. Down below, just above the typing point, is a convex, vulcanite surface, with all of the characters molded into it. This surface is connected to the upper disk and tilts in the correct direction, as it descends down to make contact with the paper. The middle knob is pushed down for a space. (via The Martin Howard Collection)
Warning: Foul language! But such truth delivered hilariously that I have to post it anyway…