Automobile Accidents…

    car-crashSome say the loss of one or two thousands solders is the reason why so many American’s scream we need to pull out of all conflicts and wars. They claim it’s the loss of human life that motivates them to protest. On January 18, 1986 seven astronauts lost their life as a result of Challenger’s defective o-ring, and Tom Brokaw then proclaimed it was the end of the space program, again due to loss of human life. Every time someone dies from a gunshot massive campaigns erupt calling for more gun control or out right banning of firearms. When a person is killed with a hammer, knife, base ball bat, etc. it appears there’s no outrage or cry to abolish those implements. But the biggest offender of them all is automobile accidents. Fifty-six thousand five-hundred men, women, and CHILDREN are killed every year, and there are no protesters or call to eliminate automobiles.

    Maybe the good folks from Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) speak out because they say these deaths are avoidable, but I say 99.999% of all automobile deaths are avoidable. The proof is with NASCAR. How many times have you witnessed racecar drivers walking away from 180 MPH crashes with barely a scratch on them? It’s because their cars a built with safety and protection in mind. The auto industry through the pressure of government implements approved safety standards but to what avail? Fifty-six thousand five-hundred drivers and passengers still die. Over a ten year period more than a half-million lives are gone. But these accident numbers stay fairly contestant elevating the numbers of deaths related to auto accidents to more than 1.13 MILLION over a twenty year period… Some ask, where’s the outrage? Other than natural causes nothing compares statistically to the number of people killed in auto related deaths.

    OPINION: Automobile makers couldn’t give a rats A55 about your safety. And these so called protesters… Phony, agenda driven, uninformed, emotional knee jerk reactions paid for by the victimization of those looking to make a buck or stand in the fifteen minute spotlight.


    Soon they will say…

    DoNotRead-UnderPenaltyOfLawSome say capitalism never worked. I say the manor in which we conduct business today is not capitalism. It’s not even close. I could bore you with two-million, seven-hundred-fifty thousand reasons why, but who cares about that many regulatory statutes? Fiscally responsible capitalists have not the right but rather the duty to protect their lifestyle, as do non-fiscally responsible non-capitalists. It’s not a question of who is right or wrong… It’s a matter of who is and who is not. Live your lifestyle in the manor you see fit, and leave me to do the same.

    Sad truth of it is this: Your over regulating, burdensome government, in it’s never ending quest to protect you, has smothered the free enterprise system to the point it can not operate freely… As intended. The government broke it, and in the end they will blame “the failure of capitalism” on greed and mistrust. Problem is the government is the biggest offender. I need not wonder what they want to replace capitalism with because they already made the switch. Look around… Seen any neighborhood lemonade stands lately?

  • Language is the Problem

    For Best Results…

    offendedIt appears ban artists are on their hate speech round-up game again. Even GEICO chimed in with their “Words Can Hurt You” campaign but nothing tops the self-imposed restrictions of the easily offended. Even though the thought of restricting speech worries me, the thought of banning it causes alarm. Do the offended victims really believe that if we remove certain words from our dictionary, or language the behavior associated with said words will diminish or go away? Take “hate” out of the language completely… Will people stop hating one another as a result of the deletion? And… The words in the GEICO commercial didn’t hurt anybody even though the ad agency wants you to believe they do. If words are hurting your feelings, then take a closer look at your perception system. If you have stink’en think’en you may very well need a check-up from the neck-up.

    Do you believe yelling the word FIRE in a crowded or empty theater should be restricted? It scares me to know how many people agree, and in the same breath they will tell you not to believe anything you see on the Internet. If I’m in a theater and some jerk yells fire… I’m looking around before panic set in. Anyway, I think I would have smelled the smoke much sooner than the yeller feller.


    Presidential Protocalls…

    presidential-sealBack during the great depression, Herbert Hoover ordered the deportation of ALL illegal aliens in order to make jobs available to American citizens that desperately needed work. Harry Truman deported over two million illegal aliens after WWII to create jobs for Returning veterans. In 1954 Dwight Eisenhower deported 13 million Mexicans. The program was called Operation Wetback. It was done so WWII and Korean War veterans would have a better chance at jobs. It took two years, but they deported them! Now, if they could deport the illegal aliens back then, they could surely do it today.

    If you have doubts about this information, enter Operation Wetback into your favorite search engine and confirm it for yourself…

    Why, you might ask, can’t they do this today? Actually the answer according to supporters is quite simple… Hoover, Truman, and Eisenhower were men of honor.

  • Police Confused…

    Rare lightning strike kills 1 injures 13…

    VENICE BEACH, Cali. — A sunny day at California’s famed Venice Beach took a dark turn Sunday when one person died and a dozen others were injured after a rare lightning strike, according to Fox News.

    Allan-RiotGearA man in his mid-20′s died at at the hospital after being transported from Venice Beach, said John Kades of the Los Angeles Coroner’s office. It’s too early to determine whether he died as a result of “a lightning strike, drowning, or being trampled by the crowd.”  At least 13 patients — all of whom were either in or near the water — were assessed on the scene. Meanwhile, police can’t locate anyone to charge for the lightning strike. They say, “A death occurred here… We won’t stop looking until someone is charged for the crime.” A police spokesperson didn’t say, “We are starting to see more of these types of murders; When criminals start using natural occurrences to take out their adversaries it’s our job to catch’em.”

  • Live Forever?

    Six Minutes could be an eternity…

    allan-doctorNeurosurgeons and researchers say the brain lives on average six minutes after death. Physiologists tell us at death our entire life flashes before us. If this is true… What happens when we reach the end of the current life flashing before us? We have yet another six minutes to watch our life flash before us, and so on, and so on. Nature didn’t invented time keeping, we did. Our memory isn’t controlled by an internal clock, it follows the FIFO rule, (First in, First out). Researchers say our brain jumps to the oldest memory entry point as a starting place. Because we start from the earliest point of input, we access that part of the memory which has no acquired knowledge. Like when you were a baby, which explains why we have no memory of a previous experience… Maybe! How do you know you’re not re-living three or four of those last six minute secession’s right now?

  • Kids… Ya gotta lov’em

    New Pew Poll Shows…

    ParentsMore Americans than ever live in generational households, and the number of millennials who live with their parents is rising sharply, according to a newly released study. A record 57 million Americans, or 18.1% of the population, lived in generational arrangements in 2012, according to the Pew Research Center. That’s more than double the 28 million people who lived in such households in 1980, the center said.

    The sluggish job market and other factors have propelled the rise in millennials living in their childhood bedrooms. According to the Pew poll, about 23.6% of people age 25 to 34 live with their parents, grandparents or both. That’s up from 18.7% in 2007, just prior to the global financial crisis, and from 11% in 1980. For the first time, a larger share of young people live in generational arrangements than of Americans 85 and older.