boring…completely

October 31, 2005

i just started a second class that lasts roughly the next two weeks. while very informative, it’s completely boring (see title)…

this eludes to what?…i’ve been day dreaming again. generally speaking, there are only a couple of things i tend to focus on, when i ‘m not really focusing i guess…this morning it wasn’t boobs. well, for most of the time. what lingers on into my lunch break are my thoughts of…

….????….

(sorry, i said boobs, lost my train of thought)

yes, motorcycles.





of course, none of this will sit well with madison, she doesn’t like the one i have now,

but, i did say i was dreaming, right?

who is this guy?….

October 27, 2005

who is this you might ask?….

he’s an employee of the federal government.
guess what his job is:

1. Counter-Intelligence agent with the DIA, specializing in anti-Taliban operations?

2. Delta Force?

3. Navy SEALS instructor?

4. FBI interogator?

5. Instructor of governmental administration?



now, the million dollar question…

just by looking at him, which of these is his real name?…

1. Tank Steadman

2. Jesse “the body” Ventura

3. Mrs. Chad Ciavarro

4. Tyrone Neatly

5. Donald Warnke

also of interest,

i just completed my first course in wisconsin.


and i still miss home.

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blogland–what is up. sorry about the leave of absence, sort of had to get my bearings before i could get into a routine. for starters, what the hell is going on out in the world right now?…don’t even get me started on iraq,
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i don’t think there is anything new to say there. but, when it comes to the White House, i.e. the Bush administration, are there any suprized faces when it comes to the Dick Cheney allegations?

and of course, he won’t go down for it. since the beginning, i’ve been wondering who will be the fall guy, and of course, they’ve found one. and, most certainly, i don’t buy it. sure, Dick Cheney’s Chief of Staff might have been the one to actaully leak the info, but come on, without him knowing about it? Dick Cheney? the devil’s right hand man? the only thing that surprizes me here is the hierarchy of the White House… i always figured Cheney was the ultimate evil around there, but if he’s being pulled into all this, it must mean somebody wants the spotlight off Karl Rove.

in other news, i wanna go home.




bens******lilmadi*******seth

agrestic development

October 13, 2005

right now, i’m really diggin’ this show weeds. i’m not really into the whole counter-culture scene, so i’m not a closet pot smoker or anything, (see closet pole smokers), the show just has great writing. i really don’t watch much tv, but i’m a big fan of these sitcoms HBO and Showtime have been putting out since the success of the soprano’s–liked that show too.
Plus, i’m damn attracted to mary-louise parker.

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what brings all this to mind is that this morning, (because of excessive late night drinking and internet game playing), i was wicked, wicked tired. like, went to bed at two half drunk and got up at six tired. back when i was 19, this was fine. this was commonplace…if you weren’t keeping these hours, there was something wrong with you. nowadays, when i do this i wake up and realize everything that is wrong with me–like not being 19 anymore.

going to a matt good show*******these guys bought ben and me beer*******tel est la vie

dude, whatev…

October 11, 2005

so, this is my last week in Arkansas for a while. Gotta goto Wisconsin for about a month.

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thing is, while i’m there, i’m gonna do something i’ve only done once before….

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maybe i’ll go, i’m actually not sure how serious i am about it. i might just stay in wisconsin, or goto chicago…minnesota does have the mall of america.

God. can’t miss that.

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how safe are the skies?

October 10, 2005

my buddy is an air traffic controller, so he’s always sending me this stuff.

serious FAA mismanagement is putting passenger safety at> risk. Go to the Fly Us Safe Campaign web page at> http://www.natca.net/flyussafe and learn more about these> critical issues and then take action! Call your Senator, toll> free at 1-877-FLY-US-SAFE and use our email facility to contact> your representatives in Washington.>> You can take action on this alert via the web at:> http://www.unionvoice.org/campaign/flyussafe/8b33is4f76iexk?>> Visit the web address below to tell your friends about this.> http://www.unionvoice.org/campaign/flyussafe/forward/8b33is4f76iexk?>> We encourage you to take action by October 28, 2005>> Fly Us Safe Campaign>> INSTRUCTIONS TO RESPOND VIA THE WEB:> If you have access to a web browser, you can take action on this> alert by going to the following URL:>> http://www.unionvoice.org/campaign/flyussafe/8b33is4f76iexk?>> Your letter will be addressed and sent to:> Your Congressperson> Your Senators>> —-THIS LETTER WILL BE SENT IN YOUR NAME—-> Dear [decision maker name automatically inserted here],>> America’s air traffic controllers are dedicated men and women> who have one single priority: safety in the skies.>> But recently, the FAA has been jeopardizing the safety,> efficiency and integrity of America’s aviation system. I’m> writing to ask you to help put an end to this mismanagement and> safeguard the future of America’s air traffic control.>> First, the FAA must adequately staff the air traffic control> system. Though air traffic is increasing to record high levels,> there are already 1,000 fewer air traffic controllers than there> were two years ago. That means fewer controllers guiding more> planes, and that’s not safe.>> Second, the FAA must immediately commit to modernizing air> traffic control facilities. From surface radar to global> positioning systems, the FAA has cut or delayed many programs> that are vital to passenger safety. That has to stop, and> modernization needs to start.>> Third, the FAA has to stop attacking its own workforce. The> agency recently wasted taxpayer dollars by conducting a 22 city> press tour to attack the men and women who run America’s air> traffic control. The FAA also appears intent on using Congress> to unilaterally impose contract terms at its discretion. This is> not true collective bargaining and will create an environment of> mistrust and hostility.>> We rely on our elected officials to take leadership positions on> critical issues like safety in the skies. I call on you to send> a message to the FAA today: stop jeopardizing America’s aviation> system.

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October 6, 2005

all things considered, here’s what i don’t understand:
racism is still a horribly powerful institution in the US, right? so why aren’t jesse jackson (and his son) and louis farrakhan doing anything to help?…perpetuating hate and fear are the white man tactics, remember?

i think racism is dead and dying. i think it is too often confused with cultural distinctions. i think that jackson and farrakhan are really gifted with the ability to create “reverse” racism.

why is it, if myself and my black co-workers make an observation, crack a joke about the tightness of cowboy pants, the gayness of popmusic, or rant about Bush (we’re all government employees–irony) it’s perfectly fine. but, if myself and a couple of white co-workers make similar comments about sagging pants or gold teeth, or my above comments about black politicans, we are the very definition of racists. i would argue that both groups are just making cultural distinctions. neither are being racist, directly or in essence.

income taxes aren’t legal//mon vrai nom est tonya//l’un qui désire le sexe avec les hommes

Imam Intikab Habib-
the new Muslim chaplain hired by none other than the New York Fire Department:

An imam slated to be sworn in Friday as the second Muslim chaplain in Fire Department history said he questioned whether 19 hijackers were responsible for the Sept. 11 terror attacks, and suggested a broader conspiracy may have brought down the Twin Towers and killed more than 2,700 people.
In a telephone interview Thursday, Imam Intikab Habib, 30, a native of Guyana who studied Islam in Saudi Arabia, said he doubted the United States government’s official story blaming 19 hijackers associated with al-Quaida and Osama bin Laden.

“I as an individual don’t know who did the attacks,” said Habib, 30, a soft-spoken man who immigrated to New York in July 2000 after spending six years in Saudi Arabia getting a degree in Islamic theology and law. “There are so many conflicting reports about it. I don’t believe it was 19 … hijackers who did those attacks.”

Asked to elaborate on his reasons for doubting that story, he talked about video and news reports widely disseminated in the Muslim community.

“I’ve heard professionals say that nowhere ever in history did a steel building come down with fire alone,” he said. “It takes two or three weeks to demolish a building like that. But it was pulled down in a couple of hours. Was it 19 hijackers who brought it down, or was it a conspiracy?

Via Bloomberg News:

Imam Who Doubts 9/11 Story Quits as NYC Fire Chaplain, NY1 Says 2005-09-30 11:27 (New York)
By William Goldschlag

Sept. 30 (Bloomberg) — A Muslim cleric who was to be sworn in as a New York Fire Department chaplain today resigned following a newspaper interview in which he said he doubted official accounts that 19 terrorist hijackers carried out the Sept. 11 attacks, the cable news station NY1 reported.

Fire Commissioner Nicholas Scoppetta said Imam Intikab Habib, 30, had resigned. Habin told NY1 that leaving the post was the best thing for the department, the report said. Habib, 30, a Guyanese who studied theology in Saudi Arabia and taught at a New Jersey Islamic school, suggested that a
broader conspiracy may have brought down the World Trade Center, according to a Newsday interview published today. He said there were “so many conflicting reports” that he questioned whether hijackers associated with Osama bin Laden’s al-Qaeda terrorist group were responsible, Newsday said.

fine, this guy is entitled to his opinion. personally, i think the conspiracy theory holds as much weight as the Saddam theory.

-next-

this guy.

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here’s some of his poetry.

somebody blew up America
Who know why Five Israelis was filming the explosion
And cracking they sides at the notion?
Who knew the World Trade Center was gonna get bombed
Who told 4000 Israeli workers at the Twin Tower
To stay at home that day,
Why did Sharon stay away?

he elaborates,

implying that white Americans are worse than the September 11 terrorists because they “tried to waste the Black nation,” “invented AIDS,” “stole Puerto Rico,” and “tried to poison Fidel Castro.”

great work, i think. and apparently so did a lot of other people, you know, since he’s

Amiri Baraka, the poet laureate of New Jersey from 2002 to 2004.

here’s a famous quote of his:

“I don’t see anything wrong with hating white people,” Baraka bragged at the time to a U.S. News and World Report writer after one of his Harlem street performances in 1965 involved a black valet murdering white victims.

guess there’s nothing wrong with me wanting to kick his teeth in either.

look who just gave the NRA credibility//el flaco//el que desea a chicos