Monday, October 20, 2014

The Sand Thieves

One example of the excesses in global consumption of sand is the Palm Island project in Dubai. This aerial view shows the Palm Jumeirah. Some 385 million tons of sand was used to reclaim the land to make this construction possible. The Palm Island and similar projects have literally changed the maritime landscape off the city's coast.One example of the excesses in global consumption of sand is the Palm Island...
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Saturday, October 18, 2014

Haarp Status Network Red Alert Issued For Pacific Northwest

Alert States:  WA, OR

Alert Level:  RED

Detected:  10/18/2014

On October 18, 2014, reports from stations across the Pacific Northwest have gone into the red-zone, which is a moderate/high frequency alert.   Reports are reporting long duration clicking noises on the bands, which contributes to Earthquakes and/or increased bad weather concerns.

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Comet Siding Spring to Come Within 87,000 Miles of Mars On Sunday



Thursday, October 16, 2014

Joe Walsh - Confessor




The bottom has a rocky reputation
You can feel it in the distance the deeper down you stare.
From up above it's hard to see but you knowwhen you're there.
On the bottom words are shallow.
On the surface talk is cheap.

You can only judge the distance by the company you keep

In the eyes of the CONFESSOR.
In the eyes of the Confessor,
There's no place you can hide.
You can't hide from the eyes (of the Confessor)
Don't you even try.
In the eyes of the Confessor
You can't tell a lie,
You cannot tell a lie (to the Confessor)
Strip you down to size,
Naked as the day that you were born,
Naked as the day that you were born.
(Tremendous guitar work)
Take all the trauma, drama, comments,
The guilt and doubt and shame
The what if's and if only's
The shackles and the chains
The violence and aggresion,
The pettiness and scorn,
The jealousy and hatred,
The tempest and discord,
AND GIVE IT UP!

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

TED (Thomas Eric Duncan) The Man with the Yellow Hat


 Simpsons Ebola

 Ebola = Curious George

The only recurring character in the original adventures, other than George himself, is the Man with the Yellow Hat. It was he who brought George from Africa, and it is in his house that George lives.

in the Curious George film (2006), the Man is referred to as "Ted" throughout the film

Who brought  Ebola (Curious George) from Africa to the U.S.?

TED (Thomas Eric Duncan)

They never leave out the Eric do they?


The Man with the Yellow Hat

 


The Man with the Yellow Hat.
The only recurring character in the original adventures, other than George himself, is the Man with the Yellow Hat. It was he who brought George from Africa, and it is in his house that George lives. The Man often facilitates George's adventures by taking him somewhere, and even more often resolves the tension by appearing just in time to get George out of a tight spot. He is always seen wearing a bright yellow suit and a wide-brimmed yellow hat.
The Man is never mentioned by name in the original adventures, or in any subsequent content over more than six decades. He is always called either "the Man" or fully "the Man with the Yellow Hat". When people speak to George about the Man, they often refer to him as "your friend." However, in the Curious George film (2006), the Man is referred to as "Ted" throughout the film, and as "Ted Shackleford" in a deleted scene. Fifty years earlier, in an open-the-flap book titled "See the Circus," published January 1, 1956, H. A. Rey illustrated a man who looks very much like the Man with the Yellow Hat wearing a blue and white polka-dotted kerchief. The caption for the page reads,

 "Ted has a tricycle, so very small, He cannot ride it, because he's so tall. If you want to find out WHO the rider will be, Just open the flap, and then you will see." Opening the flap reveals two monkeys riding a tricycle.

Two things come to mind here WHO (World Health Organization)

And two monkeys (Two forms/strains of Ebola)



And now, to make it a little more mysterious, in the TV show "Curious George, a Christmas Monkey" (2009),

 George and the Man with the Yellow Hat are seen sending out Christmas cards.

(People sending the Ebola virus out in Christmas cards?)




The Man with the Yellow Hat signs the card with a "W" then George puts his hand print on the card and seals it. What could the "W" be for? [4]

The "W"?

I don't know.



Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Dome Over Houston



Personally, I think maybe they should try it on a smaller town like Chester's Mill first.

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