A Special Link for Circle Norris



I’m Just a Bill on Capital Hill

Take a look at this piece of crap introduced by the House on Jan. 10th.  I won’t say any more.


Zombie Nation

Fluoride, the breakfast of champions.  It’s how the sheeple are made and controlled.  Once used to contoll POWs, it is now used to control the mASSES (along with everybody’s best friend, the televison).  It’s no doubt a carcinogen as well.  Prozac is 94% fluoride.  I wonder if that’s why I have never been able to remember my dreams.


It seems most in-home water filters can’t remove fluoride, unless they are specifically made for it.  I’m currently looking at options to add on a fluoride filter in addition to my normal refrigerator water filter seen below, it’s a GE Smartwater.

Right now, it looks like the Enviropure fluoride filter might be a good bet, but I’m not sure how I’ll rig it to the water line.


Still think fluoride should be ingested in mass quantities?  Try reading The Fluoride Deception, it’s on my reading list.

The Fluoride Deception


Here is another good site for more info:


Corn Cob Bob in da House


Your Tax Dollars at Work

From the link:

The US military investigated building a “gay bomb”, which would make enemy soldiers “sexually irresistible” to each other, government papers say.


Bird Flu is Here!

The picture below was taken from a backyard in South Florida.  Apparently bird flu is spreading extremely fast and will soon surpass killer bees as the primary environmental threat to the United States.

Ecology Begins at Home

Bush Installing a Compact Fluorescent

 I never thought I’d see the day.


Bush Loves Corn

“Mmmmmmmm.  Forget ethanol, this corn stuff is finger likin’.  Subsidies.  We need more subsidies for the farmers.  And while we’re at it, send some more troops to Iraq.”

Man of the Hour

Former Goldman Sachs CEO Hank Paulson, who was given a promotion to Treasury Secretary last year, igniting the rally in GS stock, see below.  See the evil in his eyes?  He looks like an Sith Lord.

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