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Boomer Bob

Boomer Bob
The Big Cheesey Carnival, Nevada, USA
April 08
Yep, I love it. Come on by anytime
An honest to goodness, card-carrying member of the Occupy Movement. MAKE A DIFFERENCE - DON'T JUST WRITE ABOUT IT, PARTICIPATE!!! Active member of Occupy Las Vegas

AUGUST 8, 2012 8:37PM

Is Nena Sanchez Living in My Garage?

Nah! Just a wannabe

Well; I tried :-)  

Plain ol' garage cabinets aren't cool, so I dressed them up a bit after building them.  Very likely the closest I'll ever get to the Carribean.



A swamp cooler added for some Carribean humidity and to make it semi-comfortable

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A few thoughts and thank you videos from the Iraqis to Obama and all those who continue to parrot his words; "we're out of Iraq."
The first video, identified as “Baghdad, Iraq, May–­September 2005,” showed Blackwater convoys racing through town. Suddenly, the door of a Blackwate… Read full post »

Seemingly oblivious to the cause and effect of blowback, the Bush “Shocked In Self Awe” and the Obama “Rama Lama Boom Bang” of the past 12 years continues to provide us with ample unreasonable reasoning to continue the perpetual sate of war in the new American Frontier; the Am… Read full post »

OK. Here's my Best Foot Forward. Enjoy and eat your hearts out, you connisuers of fine art.

For the best effects possible, I've provided some very complex extra-sensory enhancements for your viewing pleasure.  However!  Please keep this under wraps as I'm in the middle… Read full post »

In 1988, my first and only child was born and with her birth came the almost indescribable and unimaginable mixture of emotions that I’m certain most new parents experience. The minute she appeared, I knew without hesitation that someone with a severely twisted sense of humor was standing over… Read full post »

MAY 20, 2012 1:36AM

Obama's Plans to Occupy Africa

Obama’s Elitist Corporate Food Machine Heading To Africa

Published on Friday, May 18, 2012 by Common Dreams

Obama's 'Poverty-Relieving' Plan for Africa a Profit Boon for Giant Agribusiness

$3 billion investment from BigAg leaves sustainable agriculture, small-scale farmers' voices behind

- Comm… Read full post »

MAY 17, 2012 5:48PM


The world is literally packed with news of political, or more appropriately social dissention today. Revolution is so ripe in the air one can almost taste it with our eyes; we need not even look beyond the first page of Google News to see it, in black and white and frequently… Read full post »

MAY 15, 2012 12:23PM


Sometimes, we gotta take the time to listen to the young and just chill!

Best in full screen mode

Harvard's Baseball Team in Cambridge, Massachusetts

Half way accross the country, SMU Women's Rowing Team in Dallas, Texas responds
MAY 14, 2012 11:16PM

Diamonds on the Soles of Her Shoes

Maybe it’s just me or hell, maybe it’s all you; either way, my preference that most things be outside the conventional is a way of life for me; non-conventional is conventional, at least for me!  Non-mainstream, if that’s a word, is one person’s oddity and another’s/… Read full post »

MAY 10, 2012 4:36PM


Remember the Alamo?  NO!  Remember the BAIL-OUTS!

This election season, please remember what our politicians did to us in favor of the world's elite.  They don't deserve reelection; NONE OF THEM!

They, the Republicans and Democrats alike sat in their DC offices and in… Read full post »

GAWD!!! It’s upon us! 

Election season, or more appropriately; open season on you and I, the tax payer is once again here. 

With their hunting licenses in order, the hunters are wearing their seasonal camouflage smiles, they've oiled, test-fired, and locked and loaded their weapon… Read full post »

MAY 6, 2012 2:13PM

Brother Love's Show

Meet the new hyper-hawk party




“Hot August night

And the leaves hangin' down

And the grass on the ground smellin' – sweet”




In the election of 2008, we sought to elect a candidate, not based upon merits (for he had virtually noneRead full post »

APRIL 30, 2012 2:03PM

AMERICA: From Where I See It

In response to Old New Lefty’s Open Call, I thought I would provide some of my own perception of America and the world.

DISCLAIMER: Keep in mind; I am a seasoned world traveler who, before leaving the farmlands of Oklahoma at 19, had never seen a body of water larger/Read full post »

Editor’s Pick
APRIL 14, 2012 4:40PM

Stand Your Ground: A Free-For-All, or Are There Limits?

As it always does after a particularly bothersome incident, "the gun issue" is once again being hotly debated, argued with fevered pitch in the U.S.  as though life itself is somehow precariously out of balance and I can assure you that it indeed is, for anyone who finds them… Read full post »

APRIL 11, 2012 12:35PM

Plotting Revenge


Why I should be surprised ABOUT THIS, I don’t know after the direction in which we’ve been heading since the advent of the Patriot Act, but this is alarming.


I have to say here, that I've never been arrested before so I may be completely naïve.  Am I?/Read full post »

MARCH 6, 2012 10:35PM

Whores??? Where ! Where! I wanna See

To all the individuals who make up the audiences. To all the corporate sponsors, the radio and television stations who air people like Limbaugh; To ALL Americans! It’s time that we all examine the need for the publicity seeking trash of this nation who proclaim “free speech” while/Read full post »

JANUARY 22, 2011 12:12AM


All change requires, to use a worn out phrase a “paradigm shift.”  In order for America to rise again we need a change in focus at the very foundation and what better place to start than with the educational process in the U.S?

As for me, I think there’s far… Read full post »

A full moon casts its pale blue light upon the surface of the water, painting a perfect self portrait on the near black surface of the water during slack tide in the harbor as I stare in contemplation, well perhaps even deeper thought than mere contemplation, more like deep meditation, so rRead full post »



The old advertising slogan ‘Guinness is good for you’ is actually true it seems.

While Diageo, the manufacturer, makes no health claims for the product, scientific research shows a pint of Guinness a day is actually good for your health.

Indeed it may work as weRead full post »

Editor’s Pick
JANUARY 7, 2011 2:45AM

RW005s Trojan Horses



Trojan Horses are not only inserted into bills as they’re developed, the “horses” are very often developed later as a result of those bills too.

To fully understand the health care system in the U.S. today, one must understand, or at least see the history… Read full post »

DECEMBER 11, 2010 3:31PM

A Thought and a Question for the Weekend

My wife and I were talking just this morning about all the garbage taking place in the political world lately and I voiced a suspicion I’ve had for some time, we’re both Boomer kids and during the conversation I asked;


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DECEMBER 9, 2010 8:01PM

Senate blocks DADT

Beyond absurd folks.    Psst! Don't ask about it and don't tell anyone about it.

I watched the Senate hearing while questioning the top military personnel of the nation.  Everyone of the top brass will support the measure and stated so in the hearing (of course,… Read full post »

DECEMBER 8, 2010 1:23PM

The Dual Faces of America

Australia Blames US, Not Assange

Australia's foreign minister has said the US is to blame for the release of thousands of diplomatic cables on Wikileaks, not its Australian founder, Julian Assange.”

Now there’s a novel idea.

Mr Rudd, the former prime minister who was replaceRead full post »