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Auandag Wouldn’t be fair if you didn’t put the glamorous men in to.

Posted by goldielocks @ 23:09 on October 21, 2015  


Hollywood, the Glamorous Lifestyle!

Posted by Auandag @ 22:46 on October 21, 2015  



B2Gold Corp. Achieves Record Third Quarter and Year-to-Date 2015 Gold Production

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:25 on October 21, 2015  


Buygold @ 17:39

Posted by ipso facto @ 18:22 on October 21, 2015  

I think he needs a warning sticker on his forehead: “All attractive women keep 10 feet clearance … and all the rest too!” 🙂

“Mexico” Hey WA state is just a hop and a skip away!

Yes it makes me love Peter Schiff even more

Posted by eeos @ 17:54 on October 21, 2015  

He’d be another good one to run for office. I’m sure he could throw some serious wrenches into the gears of the machine just talking about prohibitive subject matter during debates

Ipso – Ha!

Posted by Buygold @ 17:39 on October 21, 2015  

“Hands on Joe”

Just keep your daughters and wives away from him. 🙁

I think I need to move to Mexico and get some medical mary jane 🙂

I finally figured it out, 10/21/15 is the new “Back to the Future” movie. Maybe 20 years from now someone will make a YouTube video about how the NWO crowd warned us of their future plans.ffa9fe85

and the beat goes on….

Mexico Is Considering Legalizing Cannabis To Weaken Drug Cartels

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:58 on October 21, 2015  

Submitted by John Vibes via TheAntiMedia.org,

Later this month, the supreme court of Mexico will review the country’s current prohibition of marijuana, as well as the possibility of legalizing the plant for medical and recreational use. Medical marijuana is currently legal in Mexico, but the black market drug trade in the country continues to cause widespread violence, drug cartel, and gang activity, just as it does in America.

Marijuana legalization has traditionally been a very popular concept in Mexico, where people understand the real-life consequences of the drug war and prohibition. However, the United Nations has forced many countries around the world, including Mexico, to comply with the drug prohibition policy the United States government has championed.

Now, with many U.S. states choosing to legalize the plant, Mexico is seeing a window of opportunity to change the laws at home, keep non-violent offenders out of jail, and minimize the violence created by the black market.

On October 28th, supreme court judges in Mexico will vote to decide whether the current prohibition on marijuana is unconstitutional. If they do choose to legalize the plant — which many believe they will — the country will follow a number of countries that are beginning to change their drug laws.

more http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2015-10-21/mexico-considering-legalizing-cannabis-weaken-drug-cartels

Saudi Arabia Will Be Broke In 5 Years, IMF Predicts

Posted by ipso facto @ 16:55 on October 21, 2015  

What happens then to the petro-dollar?


eeos – A Very Sad Story

Posted by commish @ 16:52 on October 21, 2015  

All I can say is the people running this government have lost their souls.  RIP Irwin.

Death of a Patriot

Posted by eeos @ 15:47 on October 21, 2015  

By Peter Schiff

My father Irwin A. Schiff was born Feb. 23rd 1928, the 8th child and only son of Jewish immigrants, who had crossed the Atlantic twenty years earlier in search of freedom. As a result of their hope and courage my father was fortunate to have been born into the freest nation in the history of the world. But when he passed away on Oct. 16th, 2015 at the age of 87, a political prisoner of that same nation, legally blind and shackled to a hospital bed in a guarded room in intensive care, the free nation he was born into had itself died years earlier.

My father had a life-long love affair with our nation’s founding principals and proudly served his country during the Korean War, for a while even having the less then honorable distinction of being the lowest ranking American soldier in Europe. While in college he became exposed to the principles of Austrian economics through the writings of Henry Hazlitt and Frederick Hayek. He first became active in politics during Barry Goldwater’s failed 1964 presidential bid. His activism intensified during the Vietnam Era when he led local grass root efforts to resist Yale University’s plans to conduct aid shipments to North Vietnam at a time when that nation was actively fighting U.S. forces in the south. Later in life he staged an unsuccessful write in campaign for governor of Connecticut, then eventually lost the Libertarian Party’s presidential nomination to Harry Brown in 1996.

In 1976 his beliefs in free market economics, limited government, and strict interpretation of the Constitution led him to write his first book The Biggest Con: How the Government is Fleecing You, a blistering indictment of the post New Deal expansion of government in the United States. The book achieved accolades in the mainstream conservative world, receiving a stellar review in the Wall Street Journal, among other mainstream publications.

But my father was most known for his staunch opposition to the Federal Income Tax, for which the Federal Government labeled him a “tax protester.” But he had no objection to lawful, reasonable taxation.  He was not an anarchist and believed that the state had an important, but limited role to play in market based economy. He opposed the Federal Government’s illegal and unconstitutional enforcement and collection of the income tax. His first book on this topic (he authored six in total, self-published by Freedom Books) How Anyone Can Stop Paying Income Taxes, published in 1982 became a New York Times best seller.  His last, The Federal Mafia; How the Government Illegally Imposes and Unlawfully collects Income Taxes, the first of three editions published in 1992, became the only non-fiction, and second and last book to be banned in America.  The only other book being Fanny Hill; Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure, banned for obscenity in 1821 and 1963.

His crusade to force the government to obey the law earned him three prison sentences, the final one being a fourteen-year sentence that he began serving ten years ago, at the age of 77. That sentence turned into a life sentence, as my father failed to survive until his planned 2017 release date. However in actuality the life sentence amounted to a death sentence. My father died from skin cancer that went undiagnosed and untreated while he was in federal custody. The skin cancer then led to a virulent outbreak of lung cancer that took his life just more than two months after his initial diagnosis.

The unnecessarily cruel twist in his final years occurred seven years ago when he reached his 80th birthday. At that point the government moved him from an extremely low security federal prison camp in New York State where he was within easy driving distance from family and friends, to a federal correctional institute, first in Indiana and then in Texas. This was done specially to give him access to better medical care. The trade off was that my father was forced to live isolated from those who loved him.  Given that visiting him required long flights, car rentals, and hotel stays, his visits were few and far between. Yet while at these supposed superior medical facilities, my father received virtually no medical care at all, not even for the cataracts that left him legally blind, until the skin cancer on his head had spread to just about every organ in his body.

At the time of his diagnosis in early August of this year, he was given four to six mouths to live.  We tried to get him out of prison on compassionate release so that he could live out the final months of his life with his family, spending some precious moments with the grandchildren he had barely known.  But he did not live long enough for the bureaucratic process to be completed.Two months after the process began, despite the combined help of a sitting Democratic U.S. congresswoman and a Republican U.S. senator, his petition was still sitting on someone’s desk waiting for yet another signature, even though everyone at the prison actually wanted him released. Even as my father lay dying in intensive care, a phone call came in from a lawyer and the Bureau of Prisons in Washington asking the prison medical representatives for more proof of the serious nature of my father’s condition.

As the cancer consumed him his voice changed, and the prison phone system no longer recognized it, so he could not even talk with family members on the phone during his finale month of life. When his condition deteriorated to the point where he needed to be hospitalized, government employees blindly following orders kept him shackled to his bed. This despite the fact that escape was impossible for an 87 year old terminally ill, legally blind patient who could barley breathe, let alone walk.

Whether or not you agree with my father’s views on the Federal Income Tax, or the manner by which it is collected, it’s hard to condone the way he was treated by our government. He held his convictions so sincerely and so passionately that he continued to espouse them until his dying breath.  Like William Wallace in the final scene of Braveheart, an oppressive government may have succeeded in killing him, but they did not break his spirit. And that spirit will live on in his books, his videos, and in his children and grandchildren. Hopefully his legacy will one day help restore the lost freedoms he died trying to protect, finally allowing him to rest in peace.

Maddog @ 13:34 Global Warming and Pollution Is An Exaggerated Hoax

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 14:27 on October 21, 2015  

Agreed on that Maddog. I remember when it started. At the beginning of the outsourcing or our manufacturing base. The USA’s bread and butter that supported all other gov’t jobs, sales and service occupations etc.

Their media started “greasing” the American public around 1975 with Vaseline news… like.
“We don’t like or want the dirty smoke stack jobs”
“We don’t like or want the out dated rust belt jobs.”
“We don’t want or need those menial jobs”
“We are going to be a service sector economy”

The American public, MOST OF WHICH back then were NOT employed in manufacturing or production employment and obviously didn’t CARE about those other most important occupations. After manufacturing and production occupations…

All others occupations are OVERHEAD and supported only by manufacturing profits. Leroy Grumman and his friend started in a garage. After PROFITING and making things of value, could they afford to hire a secretary etc.

East vs. West ?

Posted by igold @ 14:23 on October 21, 2015  



Posted by Maddog @ 13:34 on October 21, 2015  

What I love about all those Warmists, is the way they try to demonize Carbon. This is a fact from it’s Wiki…’This abundance, together with the unique diversity of organic compounds and their unusual polymer-forming ability at the temperatures commonly encountered on Earth, make this element the chemical basis of all known life.’ not some half baked supposition, cooked up under the influence of a mountain of marijuana.

Without Carbon all life ceases…… the earth becomes as hospitable as the arse side of the moon and to a Warmist that is supposed to be a good thing ????

New Poll New Poll

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:15 on October 21, 2015  

Vote Vote!

Buygold @ 12:28

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:09 on October 21, 2015  

I call him “Hands On Joe” :mrgreen:

Better anyone than Hillary!

Poll Results … The No’s have it by a large margin

Posted by ipso facto @ 13:07 on October 21, 2015  

Should the US contest the Chinese claims of sovereignty to the Spratly Islands by sailing ships inside the 12 mile limit?

NO 42
YES 17

Speaking of comedy

Posted by Buygold @ 12:28 on October 21, 2015  

Joe Biden is in the WH rose garden giving a speech about not running for V.P. with Odumbo standing by his side. Unbelievable, these guys are such self absorbed psychopaths.

Damn Joe, I was soooo hoping you’d be the next president.

Another Sign: In major shift, new guidelines scale back breast cancer screenings

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 12:13 on October 21, 2015  

My hobby is telling the future. Nothing is a coincidence.
“The changes, which include recommending that the testing be started later and conducted less frequently, are a recognition of the growing concern that the benefits of mammograms may have been oversold as well as the anxiety and burden to the health care system caused by over diagnosis and false positives from the tests.

“The more conservative approach outlined by the ACS calls for women starting yearly screening at age 45 instead of 40 and then transitioning to screening every two years starting at age 55 — which the panel used as a surrogate for menopause. The ACS also recommended that doctors stop screening women with a life expectancy of less than 10 years based on the idea that they will likely die with the cancer but not from it.”

“The ACS’s updates come at a time when cancer experts are rethinking the very definition of cancer. Thanks to advances in genetic testing, blood-based markers and digital imaging, cancer is being diagnosed earlier than ever and there’s a radical new recognition that there is a subset tumors that may never grow enough to be harmful to a patient. The most obvious example is in prostate cancers but researchers have found similar cases in cancers of other regions.”


There will be many lay offs in the future related to “artificial jobs” in the USA. As China et all contract, lose manufacturing production jobs, “artificial jobs” will probably be created over there.

Everything is in reverse.

yeah eeos

Posted by Buygold @ 11:55 on October 21, 2015  

Marty could be right and the criminals get the paper price to $920 or lower but phyzz won’t be for sale anywhere near that price.

Pure comedy.

I see the stock market is up again though…..

Sign: Scientists say widespread wildfires can make global warming worse

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:33 on October 21, 2015  

“There are some greenhouse gas sources that these leaders can’t fully control — and in some cases, reasons to think that these sources may grow in the future. The point is being driven home this year by raging peat fires in Indonesia, which have already contributed more than a billion tons of carbon dioxide equivalent emissions to the atmosphere — as much as Japan produces in a year from fossil fuels.”

“Indonesia isn’t the only part of the world where fires — which in many areas are expected to be worsened by climate change — could provide a new net source of emissions to the atmosphere. Another region of major worry is the world’s boreal or northern forests, which store a gigantic amount of carbon in trees as well as soils and frozen permafrost layers beneath the surface. Permafrost is a repository of carbon that has accumulated over many thousands of years, but could now be released back to the atmosphere on a much shorter time scale.

Alaska’s dramatic wildfire season this year — where more than 5 million acres of largely black spruce forests burned — raised great concerns about how events such as this could make global warming worse. The fear here is of a sort of triple whammy — forests release the carbon stored in trees back to the atmosphere when they burn; the forests contain a deep upper soil layer that also burns off, releasing more carbon; and finally, beneath all of that is the carbon rich permafrost, which becomes exposed after fires and can then thaw and start to emit.

And now, a new study in Nature Climate Change reaffirms these concerns about the emissions of northern fires. The study, led by Ryan Kelly of the University of Illinois at Urbana, looked at a particular Alaskan region that has seen intensive burning of late — the remote Yukon Flats. The researchers confirmed that the recent fires have been releasing much of the carbon that has been stored up over hundreds of years.”

Nothing is a coincidence with the media. News GROWS like a plant. The above, I take as a “hint” that forcing car manufacturers and others to limit pollution to abort alleged global warming is a waste of time and money for the public, and has to be phased out.

Hopefully, and probably, the future will bring back simple user friendly cars and less regulations for people’s cars and people’s businesses.


Posted by goldielocks @ 11:24 on October 21, 2015  


Complex new transmissions causing headaches for drivers

Posted by Mr.Copper @ 11:17 on October 21, 2015  

“DETROIT — Elaborate new transmissions are helping automakers meet rising fuel-economy standards, but they’re also requiring more trips to the repair shop.

Transmission problems tripped up Honda, Nissan, Jeep and other brands in Consumer Reports’ annual reliability survey. Drivers reported rough shifting, clutch failure and even transmissions that had to be replaced twice in the first year of car ownership.”

Between 1950 and 1970, cars (and the USA) were perfected. Simple and user friendly. Shade tree mechanics were the norm. After 1971 Gold backing removed, the USA and its people were stealthily screwed.

These new fangled electronically complicated pieces of crap from foreign countries they call cars need electronic and computer engineers with expensive equipment to diagnose problems.

Your best chance these days is the EXPENSIVE dealer only, (ex.fuel pump $720 after discount plus 3 hours of labor at $125/hr $1,200 with sales tax, mounted inside the tank) and even THEY have problems diagnosing these Rube Goldberg cars. Fuel pump used to be $15 and only two bolts on outside of motor and ten minutes work.

The environment goals and more mileage goals (fetishes) were meant to create artificial unneeded jobs at public expense to over ride out sourcing jobs. This trend of creating jobs that cost the public unneeded expenses has peaked and is reversing. I have seen plenty of evidence after 2008 meltdown and taking out Bernie Maddoff. No time now. Look for signs yourself.



Posted by eeos @ 11:10 on October 21, 2015  

based off of Marty’s 2015.82345234534 dating system? laugh


Posted by ipso facto @ 10:46 on October 21, 2015  

Yeah I don’t understand the diamond game very well. There seems to be a massive supply that isn’t included in pricing … plus the synthetic supply. If it wasn’t for DeBeers holding supply off the market where would the price be? Sounds a little scammish.


Posted by goldielocks @ 10:41 on October 21, 2015  

Maybe a possibility of 920 pls minus and hopefully not much lower.

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