Friday, January 29, 2010

Sunday, January 17, 2010

thank you wwf (not world wrestling federation, either)

I find this poster extremely fascinating.  This is the first official poster I ever saw that proves the WWF, the World Wildlife Federation, a major player in the new world odor elite, acknowledges there actually are such things as planes producing chemtrails specifically to produce artificial clouds.

The translation:

The earth with artificial clouds to cooling, is a solution today would be?

Last week at work I was sitting outside watching planes making chemtrails in the sky in a typical criss-cross pattern, turning a beautiful, blue sky into a grey, ugly mess.  As people walked by I asked them what they thought of the new clouds forming and every one of these people didn't even notice the criss-cross pattern of newly formed chemtrails.  In fact, none of these people even heard of this sort of thing happening.  I then informed them that they can look forward to upper respiratory problems in a week or so, due to these artificial clouds.

Yesterday, a friend of mine claimed she was hacking and coughing for two days and couldn't understand why.  She's a non-smoker and was always in great health.  When I told her about the chemtrails I saw last week she just laughed like it was some kind of joke and covered her mouth to cough.

Sunday, January 10, 2010

health care reform. a real solution we can all live with.

I have a solid solution to our health care problem.
Both houses of congress are butting heads about health care reform and can't seem to come to an agreement. The house plan calls for a cost of a trillion dollars and the senate plan costs a couple billion less and Barry O just wants it done. All involved in the decision making agree the insurance companies should remain in place and everyone, except the tax payers, want the tax payers to pay for it. Most tax payers don't want it because they already have insurance if they need it and don't want to pay more and those who don't have insurance don't have it by choice.

As I said, I have a solution.

If the federal government wants us to have health care, no matter what, why don't we have health care based on a model that works?

Congress has an excellent health care system. If they get sick or develop a polyp or need an operation or some kind of transplant or dental work they just go to the health care professional and get it done. They never receive a bill or get turned away and are treated by top notch professionals, experts in their field, the cream of the crop. Why not have a national health care system based on this model?

So, who pays for it?

Simple. The same people who pay for congresses health care bills... The federal government. If the feds insist on this nanny state they're shoving down our throats, let the nanny pay the bills.

Here's a scenario...

You get sick and go to your health care professional and whatever you have or how much it may cost is totally irrelevant. You simply get it fixed and the health care professional sends the bill to the federal government. It doesn't matter HOW it's paid. All that matters is it's paid and that, as we say, is that. If any problems arise, let the hospital deal with it. Let the hospital fight with the insurance companies and the feds but keep us out of the picture. We did our part by getting treated. It's up to someone else to worry about paying the bill.

Does congress worry about who pays for their health insurance? Hell no! In congress they spend money like water. If they can give trillions to any major corporation who asks for it they can surely pay for our drugs and hospital bills. It's chump change for the fed. Compared to the cost for starting a war every two years, health care costs are peanuts.

And while we're on the subject... Why don't we save even more worry and retire with the same system congress has? If you retire from congress you get an annual retirement rate equal to the pay you received as a working congressman for the rest of your life. The only way that pay check changes is when congress votes themselves another raise.

It's useless to expect congress to pay their own medical bills and provide for their own retirement because they have a great plan and won't change it for anything.

For once, I totally agree with congress.

Saturday, January 09, 2010

Jesus I will survive

Don't worry. He'll be back.

does size matter?

I recently found out about this parasite that infects amber snails that turns it into a zombie snail by attacking it's central nervous system. This parasite directs the snail to head toward the sunlight and pokes itself through the snails eyestalks, waving like a tasty maggot, so birds can attack and eat it. It lays eggs in the birds digestive tract which are then shit out so snails can eat the droppings and repeat the cycle. It's interesting to note the bird isn't attacking the snail but the maggot look alike parasite inside the eyestalk.

This got me to thinking... Are my own parasites somehow directing my movements like the zombie snail? Is the snail moving into the sunlight to be eaten because it's a zombie taking orders or to commit suicide? If a non-biped, non-humanoid space alien were to make contact would it try to communicate with me or the car I was driving? If the same alien were to make contact would it try to communicate with a hotel or the people inside? Doesn't it make sense that if a real, honest to god, different as all hell, space alien were to pay a visit, wouldn't it try to communicate with my parasites, viruses, bacteria, and other life forms rather than their abode?

From one office building to another, don't you feel just a little insignificant?

Monday, January 04, 2010

a little appreciation, please

"We are told that people stay in love because of chemistry, or because they remain intrigued with each other, because of many kindnesses, because of luck. But part of it has got to be forgiveness and gratefulness."

-Ellen Goodman