Monday, February 19, 2007

Well folks, it's been a good ride. Looks like this is the last blog entry I get to make here; after this it's all Google for, and I'm just not interested. So, I'll leave this blog up here, but don't look for updates.

Look at all the DAMNED links in this document. They want me to "agree" to all of that, including all those linked documents, and get a "Google account", just to keep using Sorry (to you, my readers, not to the Borg collective who wants to assimilate me), not going to do it. Screw 'em.

Since my email address is listed on this blog (at least, it was last I checked), you can still contact me that way. I'll probably set up a new blog somewhere else, if anybody can see their way to allowing people to blog without requiring them to read and "agree" to an encyclopedia beforehand.

Again, I apologize to my loyal fans (you hardy few); I didn't know they were going to do this to us Blogger users. I'd seen the Google writing on the wall for a while, but not the extent of it. Ugh. Anyway, I'll leave y'all with this:

WTC 9/11 emergency workers dying; evil Bush admin LIED and told them they were safe

Remember Kanye West's famous "George Bush doesn't care about black people" comment on the live Katrina relief concert broadcast? Well guess what? He doesn't care about the rest of us either. Neither do the rest of the yahoos in Washington DC. It's all about the benes (and the Bennies, as in Benjamins, as in 100-"dollar" "bills").

There's a lot cooking. Support SJM 5 here in Oregon. Watch for me talking about it on an episode of "Share Cropper" coming up (taping in mid-March). Support your local patriot. Get involved in 9/11 truth, even if you still think they're crazy (they aren't). Get an MP3 player, subscribe to good podcasts, and start learning about things that have been kept from you. Get into YouTube and Google (ugh) video; there's a whole world of info waiting for you there. Log on to Liberty Post if you need some political wonk company. I've already given you all (or at least most) of those links here; you can do a web search if you need to. ;-)

I could go on and on, but I gotta stop somewhere.

Thanks for reading. See you on the next blog (I hope).


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