Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Filthy Mouth

What's with the filthy mouth? More typical low-class, filthy, scummy hypocrisy of a Brownshirt blog and their enablers.

If "Nobigdeal" was to respond to the filthy personal assault in his or her defence he or she would be censored, deleted and block from further participation on the blog for violating "comment rules." This kind of action is perfectly alright with the TE people just as long as they agree with the personal assault - someone defending them and their Brownshirt policies.

This is an issue for two reasons. One, it establishes the total loss of credibility and defines and identifies the purpose or reason for the blogs existence. And two, this is where this kind of worthless opinionated atrocity starts and is justified.

Editor Defends Decision to Drop George Will After Rape Column
“We had a lot of readers very angry and very hurt,” St. Louis Post-Dispatch's op-ed chief explains
And this:  St. Louis Paper Drops George Will Column After ‘Offensive’ Rape Piece

Actually he was dropped because his column was "controversial."

Eric Kirk used the same justifications for censoring and blocking people on his blog. In a Democracy EVERYONE needs to hear and see controversial points of view and understandings. Observations are not the same as worthless opinions. Yet we have people accused, judged and put to death on totally worthless unsubstantiated opinions. That lawlessness and corruption has its roots in these kinds of hypocritical actions and justification. They are all a net negative to the community.

This is just one example:

It isn’t a scoop when you scanner jump and call the police before a press-release is issued. Police need to take care of business instead of calling the blogs.
The police did say they were investigating if there was gang involvement.
All LOCO does is reprint press releases and the Times-Standard labels press releases as breaking news.
All TE does is take stuff and twist it to suit your political agenda. You are just Heraldo regurgitated.
For original news, try the Northcoast Journal.
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[Emphasis mine] -- And if for some reason you have a problem understanding what I just said then read this, because if these Brownshirts get their way this is what's coming to America:

JUNE 24, 2014 - by JONATHAN COOK
You Can’t Force-Feed Occupation to Those Who Hunger for Freedom
Israel’s New Abyss

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Looking at a Peach of a Gem

And NOT seeing it.

Saturday my wife left early to go do errands and was gone most of the day. That evening when she was reading that day's Times-Standard she asked me if I had read the article by Sharae O'Shaughnessy, How to lose your significant other without really trying? She then said, "If you didn't, you missed a real gem." Then she read the whole article to me. I must say was impressed.

In the past, I must admit, I've not been that impressed with what I did read, so I just passed over this article without looking. She was right, my wife that is, it is a real gem. Life is best lived by positive experience. Learn from the mistakes of other, then move on in life learning from your own mistakes. From now on I'm going to take the time to read what she says. So, if you missed it, here it is posted in it's entirety. ENJOY.

How to lose your significant other without really trying
Eureka Times-Standard, Posted: Sat Jun 07 13:23:00 MDT 2014 Times-Standard.com 
New romance. The possibility of forever. It's one of the most exciting things that can happen to a person. And if it does happen, we put our best foot forward. We take more pride in our appearance, suddenly we remember our manners, we're incredibly ambitious, our energy is renewed and going the extra mile for that someone special is in no way a burden. In short: we campaign. And because we are our best selves during this tedious time we often fall in love with each other's perfect representation of us. When love happens eventually we learn to become comfortable. That's when our true colors show. That's when someone farts or lets their crazy hang out. 
Her: OMG, this jerk NEVER picks up his socks. What a slob. 
Him: Whoa. Did she just give my mom a backhanded compliment? Chill out, Slagathor. 
So here we are. In our true form. The new car smell is now that of socks he won't pick up and that sassy personality you thought was so progressive now just sounds a lot like nagging. I suppose we should throw in the towel because things aren't perfect, right? WRONG! Don't be a quitter! 
I am currently in a relatively new relationship that is beginning to settle into something far more substantial. Spending copious amounts of time in close proximity is the best way to truly expose your final form. I am discovering that my final form was molded over an eight year marriage that was riddled with trouble and now these eight years of learned behaviors are rearing their ugly head and eating away at something that has nothing to do with them. After eight years of being with the wrong people, my ex and I got real good at cutting each other down. By the end, we were professional terrible spouses. Something I'd like to have left behind with the relationship. Unfortunately years of being one way doesn't just shed itself in a few months. In order to make this work, I have to actually work on myself. Puke. Unfortunately I hadn't given myself time to accept that in the wake of one failed relationship many things can happen. A festering guilt can boil to the surface, causing an intense fear that you may be hurt again or you may hurt them enough first to deserve it. In order to be happy with something new I needed to learn that I cannot go from one extreme to the other. Do not expect mountains to move but then don't immediately anticipate the worst. 
I've been doing a lot of research with the goal of adding some tools to my relationship tool box. One reason history is taught in school is the hope that it will prevent us from making the same mistakes in the future. I learn from people who have been there, done that. Following are a few things I've picked up from folks I like to call "Love War Vets": 
Love yourself first. Do away with the insecurities that make you lash out or introvert by accepting yourself. Make improvements where necessary and taking pride in the things you're awesome at. 
It is also vital to remember that you can recover from almost anything. Like, if someone breaks your heart it isn't the end of the world. But the anxiety you feel about the possibility of someone breaking your heart can ruin your life. It's out of your hands. Don't waste a minute worrying about something you have no control over. Insecurities like that can awaken the little green jealousy monster and then you'll have a whole new super fun set of problems. Avoid this at all costs! Jealousy is a symptom of neurotic insecurity which is troublesome to your relationship and torment to yourself. 
The obvious suggestion I'm choosing to address is to always be communicative and honest. Sometimes transparency is painful but knowing your partner won't keep things from you relieves so much anxiety of the unknown. And I know there are those of us who hhhhate talking about our feelings (Me. I'm talking about me right now. My feelings are my own and no one needs to know about them.) But if you don't address the problems head on they will fester until one day you're cleaning up the sticky debris from a messy blow up. These are hard to come back from. Put in the work/dialogue so it doesn't come to this. 
And the silliest but in my opinion most important thing I can suggest is to laugh sincerely and often. It's hard to stay angry, feel lonely or be pessimistic when you're spending the majority of your time together laughing like idiots about nothing and everything. I am lucky in love to have a guy with a solid sense of humor. Even if he is the very definition of a fart machine. Best of luck to everyone brave enough to willingly enter into a new romance. 
Sherae O'Shaughnessy is a Eureka resident, a host at 93.1/94.1 FM KSLG, an emcee, a freelance writer, the founder and owner of BA-DUM-CHH Comedy Presents, was voted Humboldt's Best Comedian 2012 by readers of the North Coast Journal, and writes this column for the Times-Standard. Contact her at shutupsherae@gmail.com.

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

The Brownshirt Solution is a Real Life Tragedy

[UPDATE :: Sunday, June 8, 2014 :: Brownshirt slime show their true colors - the so-called elite in quality blogging shows the folly of voting in local elections. Reminds me of the Triple Crown race at the Belmont Stakes Saturday - a foregone conclusion.]

Where it all starts: The Brownshirt Real Life Tragedy as they touch REAL people with Totalitarian Fascist Solutions.

When I wrote this post I hadn't decided to post it on this blog. However, when I heard the following quote on Democracy Now this morning, I decided I had to say something. By the way, voting for whatever people seem to believe it is worth won't take care of this sickness. The complete article on Democracy Now.
AMY GOODMAN: In an astounding this morning on MSNBC’s Morning Joe the — half, if not the majority of the guests and hosts said that he should not have been saved. Given his political views.
JAMES BRANUM: That is insane. In our country we don’t sacrifice our service members based on their political beliefs. That is disgusting, personally.
Apparently we do now. Censoring on blogs for political beliefs or dissenting views is just the beginning.

In the 150 years or so since the Civil War you would naturally believe, after all the World Wars, all the fighting and dying, all the sacrifices that were paid for the right to be free men and women we would be living in a modern utopia of glutinous freedoms and liberties. Rather than living in a world of barbaric cannibals daily gorging themselves on - eating our rights to be free and independent citizens charting our course in this life to all our unalienable rights, i.e.,
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."
What we get, and this is a good example, of the real time social barbarism and terrorist philosophy that drives or empowers such darkage beliefs. Some of the end results, in America, the victims are just thrown into solitary confinement for life – a form of tortured murder or execution. It's called indefinite detention, without trial in some cases. These beliefs are then translated into laws that justified some of the worlds most abhorrent despots and murderous tyrants. Today millions of Americans are incarcerated and for what? Not being white? How many innocent people were forced to plead to a police frame-up because stupid or racist jurors and corrupt judges rubber-stamped into prison?

I'm talking about this blog and article: "Another tragic incident, with a pitiful outcome well short of Justice" - Be sure to read the comments to get the full impact.

It all seems innocuous enough, right. Just conversation trying to work out a reasonable solution.
What makes this serious for everyone is how this kind of conduct extrapolates into real life and dramatically affects our social community to its everlasting detriment. You can't spit on the sidewalk without committing a felony. Felons are a permanent sub-class American. The police are lawless in their own right and replicate that attitude when dealing with everyone. When was the last time anyone challenged Humboldt Superior Court Judge Dale Reinholtsen for that position or any other Superior Court Judge locally?

Knee-jerk justice speaks for itself. Extreme knee-jerk laws tend to create injustice. You can't cure a disease by trying to treat the symptoms. Yet that is the panacea everyone believes voting does.

For those that don't know, here is the definition of insanity:
Insanity. n. mental illness of such a severe nature that a person cannot distinguish fantasy from reality, cannot conduct her/his affairs due to psychosis, or is subject to uncontrollable impulsive behavior.
Look around more people fit that description than you might think. Especially, all those Brownshirts enforcing and subjecting everyone to their worthless opinions.