Sunday, July 21, 2013

You Have Been Played!

How many of you thought Trayvon Martin was in possession of Skittles and tea on the fateful night of his death? Why would you think that? I know everyone has their preferences, but tea always struck me as an odd choice for a street-wise yute*. Could it be that we have been played? Yes! It seems we have all been played. You see, as I discovered when I watched this video, Trayvon was not in possession of tea at all. It was "Arizona Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail". Forget the negro-watermelon stereotype. That doesn't even enter into it.

No, the possessions found at the scene of Trayvon's death were Skittles candy and Arizona Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail. Two ingredients of something called "Lean", a highly addictive and dangerous recreational intoxicant. There are variants of course, but you can make it from Skittles candy, Arizona Watermelon Fruit Juice Cocktail, and dextromethorphan (DXM cough syrup). Trayvon didn't have the DXM with him at the time, but I can think of several reasons for that, which don't strain credibility one inch.

This could all be one big coincidence, save for the fact that Mr. Martin's autopsy showed liver damage of the type caused by heavy use of "Lean". Furthermore, this concoction has psychological side-effects that include paranoia and extreme physical aggression. At some point, Occam's Razor really has to kick in.

Given these tightly related and highly significant facts, why would the media be so uncurious about this? One might even say the information was suppressed (this one does). I'm not even sure if Fox News called this one honestly. I know the illiberal 'progressives' like to get exercised within an inch of a heart attack in their faux outrage over what they like to refer to as "Faux News" conspiracy theories. 

Well folks, here is a propaganda conspiracy that just died, rolled over and stinks out loud. If it isn't a conspiracy, then it's mass ignorance or a complete lack of courage about telling the truth. I have been called a racist for pointing out things like this. On the contrary, giving troubled black youths and their toxic culture a pass is racist, and it's hurting them terribly. The racist illiberal 'progressive' agenda caused it, the media hasn't the guts to report it, and it all makes me very sad. And we have been played.

Saturday, July 20, 2013

The Rest of the Story: What the Lamestream Media Won't Tell You

Update: A few hours after I published this video, I found this:

Eric Holder’s Department of Justice has established a George Zimmerman snitch line. Send your email to: This is to report on any knowledge you may have about hate crimes or racist attitudes by George Zimmerman.

This seems like the worst kind of tyranny and abuse. This is way worse than the America I grew up in – and I lived through the Nixon administration! We thought we had it bad. Ha! If we only knew... I don’t recognize this country anymore.

I recommend that you send them something to think about. I sent them this article. They sent me this:
Thank you for your e-mail to Unfortunately, the Department of Justice will not be able to respond to all e-mails received.
At least I didn't get a mailbox full error, so I know they have it. Remember, if you’re not on a government watch list by now, you should be ashamed of yourself!

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Truth vs. Hysteria

Ancient History
Mug Shot
Here are the headlines copied directly from Drudge, July 14, 2013 - the day after the Zimmerman "not guilty" verdict:
It looks as if the media and our political and cultural "leaders" think we're still living in the land of To Kill a Mockingbird - fiction when it was published in 1960. Some of those headlines are downright disgusting, e.g.,  AP REPORTER: 'SO WE CAN ALL KILL TEENAGERS NOW?'  Hey AP Reporter (reporter?!), the jury saw all of the evidence that was presented in the case. The prosecutor and the defense gave their best arguments. The judge was not impartial, and there is evidence that she was being pressured by the Obama regime, of all things. Traditionally, American jurisprudence has held that a man is innocent until proven guilty. If this is what now passes for impartiality in our government, then Houston, we have a problem.

Even with all the pressure, the jury voted to acquit. In other words, they could not vote with a clear conscience, that George Zimmerman had murdered Trayvon Martin with malice and forethought. Hell, they couldn't even bring themselves to assume, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that Zimmerman was guilty of manslaughter. The self-defense defense must have been remarkably compelling.

So no, we cannot all kill teenagers now. But maybe if a hulking grown man who hasn't quite reached the age of 20 starts slamming your head into concrete, and bloodies your nose, with no sign of stopping any time soon, you can shoot him. But you'd better still expect the hassle of your life, and don't expect impartiality under the current regime.

Friday, July 12, 2013

Born 1930 - 1969

Adapted from an email circulating the interweb:

To all the kids who survived the 1930's, 40's, 50's, 60's and 70's:
  • We survived being born to mothers who smoked and/or drank while they were pregnant. 
  • They took aspirin, ate blue cheese dressing, tuna from a can and didn't get tested for diabetes. 
  • Then after that trauma, we were put to sleep on our tummies in baby cribs covered with brightly colored lead-base paints. 
  • We had no childproof lids on medicine bottles, locks on doors or cabinets and when we rode our bikes, we had baseball caps, not helmets on our heads. 
  • As infants & children, we would ride in cars with no car seats, no booster seats, no seat belts, no air bags, bald tires and sometimes no brakes. 
  • Riding in the back of a pick-up truck on a warm day was always a special treat. 
  • We drank water from the garden hose and not from a bottle. 
  • We shared one soft drink with four friends, from one bottle and no one actually died from this. 
  • We ate cupcakes, white bread, real butter and bacon.
  • We drank Kool-Aid made with real white sugar. 
  • And, we weren't overweight. 
Why? Because we were always outside playing -- that's why! We would leave home in the morning and play all day, as long as we were back when the streetlights came on. No one was able to reach us all day. And, we were okay. 
We would spend hours building our go-carts out of scraps and then ride them down the hill, only to find out we forgot the brakes. After running into the bushes a few times, we learned to solve the problem.

We did not have PlayStations, Nintendo's and X-boxes. There were no video games, no 150 channels on cable, no video movies or DVD's, no surround-sound or CD's, no cell phones, no personal computers, no Internet and no chat rooms. We had friends, and we went outside and found them!

We fell out of trees, got cut, broke bones and teeth And there were no lawsuits from these accidents.

We ate worms and mud pies made from dirt, and the worms did not live in us forever.

We were given BB guns for our 10th birthdays, made up games with sticks and tennis balls and although we were told it would happen, we did not put out very many eyes.

We rode bikes or walked to a friend's house and knocked on the door or rang the bell, or just walked in and talked to them.

Little League had tryouts and not everyone made the team. Those who didn't had to learn to deal with disappointment. Imagine that!!

The idea of a parent bailing us out if we broke the law was unheard of. They actually sided with the law!

These generations have produced some of the best risk-takers, problem solvers and inventors ever.

The past 50 years have been an explosion of innovation and new ideas. We had freedom, failure, success and responsibility, and we learned how to deal with it all.

If you are one of them, congratulations! You might want to share this with others who have had the luck to grow up as kids, before the lawyers and the government regulated so much of our lives for our own good .

While you are at it, tell your kids so they will know how brave and lucky their parents were. Kind of makes you want to run through the house with scissors, doesn't it ?

That was me, exactly. Okay, my mom never smoked, and my folks wouldn't let me have a BB gun. They bought me a Ruger 10-22 rifle instead, and taught me how to use it safely. And my dad's cars were always the best maintained in the neighborhood. He installed his own safety belts before the nanny state forced us to have them. But life was better then. Freer then. Maybe a bit more exciting, and it was worth it.