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  • ISIS Terrorists Run for Their Lives When They Meet Real Soldiers for 1st Time – U.S. Special Forces

    12/19/2014 12:42:56 AM PST · 74 of 150
    norton to tcrlaf
    And very much of what is being reported from this war benefits from the "advisors" sent to Vietnam in the late '50s and the '60s.

    I just pray that it turns out better for the Kurds than for the Montagnards.

  • The Great Draft Dodge: Karl Eikenberry and what Americans lost when they stopped fighting

    12/16/2014 2:03:17 AM PST · 29 of 92
    norton to DesertRhino
    "so what? Because it was done doesn’t make it right. It is the absolute pinnacle of the philosophy that the individual exists to serve the state and not the opposite. A draft of people to work and often die against their will is closer to Adolph than to Madison and Jefferson."

    and/or Lincoln?

  • Senate battles fuel Cruz coalition

    12/15/2014 7:03:27 PM PST · 55 of 115
    norton to RedMDer
    You might add a third element in future tense:

    "Next Republican candidate for POTUS...
    Jeb Bush is not written in stone (in English OR Spanish)...
    we want a conservative."

  • FReeper Canteen ~ Road Trip: Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, Arizona ~ 16 DEC 2014

    12/15/2014 6:05:28 PM PST · 13 of 81
    norton to Celtic Conservative

    I remember in the mid sixties when the most impressive sight I’d seen to date was the boneyard from high up mount Lemon, that and watching an original (ex-C97) Guppy lower its flaps and not fall out of the sky. Back then the museum was what ever could be pushed up to the Perimeter Road fence with a board mounted description in front of it.

  • Up Gunned LCS Hulls Picked for Navy’s Next Small Surface Combatant

    12/11/2014 7:28:11 PM PST · 4 of 9
    norton to sukhoi-30mki
    "Well, gee, we invested all that money in 'em and it'd be a shame to let it go to waste.
    Besides, they don't need air defense systems because they can operate independently - because we say so.
    And, eventually, we'll get all those nifty modular systems to work - honest, we will, I promise."
  • Candy Crowley Out at CNN

    12/05/2014 12:50:58 PM PST · 67 of 85
    norton to Buckeye McFrog
    "Where in the world does Obama have an ambassador position that’s still open?"

    Capitol Hill?

  • ICYMI: Pajama Boy Gets Mugged at Gunpoint in DC, Says He Pretty Much Deserved It Because of

    12/02/2014 2:08:50 PM PST · 57 of 77
    norton to gov_bean_ counter

    Someone should start a pool on the date this clown volunteers to go and spread good will in some middle east cr@p hole where mugging involves an orange jump suit and a brief video appearance.

  • Despite The Faux Outrage, The Media Really Loves Ferguson

    12/02/2014 10:21:34 AM PST · 10 of 12
    norton to impetrio1
    "a calculated decision by those in the media’s upper echelon to shed their white guilt and bring “attention” to what they consider long-simmering, racial injustice...

    Which is mirrored by the innate liberal drive to "shed white guilt" by making sure the riots get under way and keep going once started;
    Regardless what is said or written, scenes of these riots are full of white faces (and now Guy Faulks masks favored by a mostly white anarchist movement). If LA's Rodney King rioting is any guide I'd bet the opening "attention getting" in Furgeson was staged by a small cell of white liberals knowing full well what the result would be.

  • Islamic State Meets Its Match in Christian Militia at an Iraqi Town

    11/30/2014 2:59:28 PM PST · 11 of 21
    norton to ZULU

    frustrating ain’t it!

  • Elderly man attacked with his own oxygen supply then carjacked by protesters in Ferguson

    11/26/2014 6:24:58 PM PST · 52 of 59
    norton to teacherwoes
    Maybe he it meant that he it survived reading about it in school.

    Corrected per the original comment.

  • Thousands protest at US embassy in London over Ferguson case

    11/26/2014 6:16:05 PM PST · 51 of 79
    norton to Berlin_Freeper
    I wonder what would happen if a few hundred Americans hit the streets protesting the latest beheading of a western aid worker or reporter...protesting kidnapping and rape by jihadis (or self segregated muslims in Europe)...or protesting any of the frequent muggings of a white person by a black person...or the daily killing of african americans by other African americans...or an attack by "Asian youths" against some random Tommy...the next attack on Border Patrol by a Mexican illegal wannabe or drunk driving murder of anyone by a twice deported and not insured serial illegal driver?

    Damn! Word insists on capitalizing Mexican and African...

  • Darren Wilson on why he shot Michael Brown

    11/25/2014 10:34:48 AM PST · 79 of 93
    norton to Labyrinthos
    As a lawyer would you preferred him to say
    I was sitting on my ass in a car constrained by steering wheel, radios, and several hundred pounds of crazy assed and doped up ("N-word") leaning on my only means of egress while reaching in and down to pound on my face and try to seize my duty weapon so he could shoot me with it?
  • The T-34 Was a War-Winning Tank

    11/24/2014 9:47:26 AM PST · 30 of 61
    norton to rjsimmon; rfreedom4u
    "The Soviet philosophy on the T-34 was make it with easily replaceable items such as turret, engine and crew."

    So the only difference between Soviet philosophy / T34 and US philosophy / M4 was that Sov's used diesel rather than gasoline so that their tanks weren't apt to be referred go as "Ronsons".

    To freedom; I once knew (served with) a Georgian who had been conscripted into the Red Army, captured and conscripted by SS, and quite happily went about fighting Soviets.
    (If he'd written a book it would have been a blockbuster)

  • Why whites don’t understand black segregation

    11/23/2014 7:16:02 PM PST · 104 of 161
    norton to gracie1
    The more functional families get it together and leave. The ones who fall into the spiral of drugs, alcohol, gangs and the false promise of government dependency are all that’s left.

    And they are perfectly comfortable to remain there.

    (Really sad to watch someone who tries to break out being pulled back by his or her "peers" who resent anyone making progress...Not real different from the way many workers respond to those among them who go to school or work their ass off to get a promotion).

  • Bachmann, King in Texas Border Town Devastated by Illegal Immigration: Looks Like World War II

    11/23/2014 4:00:44 PM PST · 12 of 14
    norton to Tailgunner Joe
    largely abandoned, run-down houses and a seemingly abandoned local chamber of commerce outpost—look like they’ve been ravaged by war...after a bombing,”

    “We don’t see people living here, but they told us these are stash houses for the drug cartels. You wouldn’t want to be here after dark.” ....

    AND:"...CNN accompanied her and Rep. Steve King (R-IA) to an outpost on the border where illegal immigration and drug cartel crime runs rampant.

    Sounds like Roma will fit nicely in the newly sanctioned Aztlan empire. And, it sounds like CNN should be covering the news instead of the ideology.

  • The Democrats’ Immigration Problem

    11/21/2014 9:02:14 AM PST · 7 of 19
    norton to Beave Meister
    "Zoltan L. Hajnal is a professor of political science at the University of California, San Diego, and a co-author of “White Backlash: Immigration, Race, and American Politics.

    Looks like one good argument against immigration right there.

  • Backlash Brews Over ‘Anti-Military Anthem’ Performed on National Mall During Veterans Concert

    11/12/2014 7:35:57 PM PST · 15 of 29
    norton to DesertRhino
    Agree totally regards Springsteen, maybe even moreso.
    As to John Fogarty, you have to remember that the reserves in '66-'75 were pretty much a risk free summer camp and much sought after by discerning draft dodgers - plus many of those reservists got retirement bene's 10 or 15 years after the draftees were back on the street.
    It also might help to remember that skipping out was considered as honorable to many of our peers and a lot of us paid a price back "home" for wearing green.

    On the other hand:
    Today's reserve and Guard are being beaten like rented mules by the Pentagon and Congress, they deserve every honor that might be put forward.

    Most old timers here should remember that Fortunate Son, Fixin' to Die Rag, and We Gotta Get Out of This Place, were pretty damn popular within the ranks...and we're veterans just like today's kids. (Except for the creaking joints and such.)

    Really sad to know that aside from better prosthetics and admitting to PTSD, the VA still sucks after 40 years.

    PS to Rhino; Great tag line.

  • An Ultra-new unmarked mega-bus full of Hispanic Males-Florence,SC Truck stop

    11/05/2014 2:26:28 PM PST · 42 of 49
    norton to Brother Cracker
    Seen frequently on So Cal freeways, not heading south.

    At first I thought Cal had upgraded its prison transport fleet.

  • Who Cruised the a Blvd in What Car and What Music Playing? 1960's and '70's? (Vanity)

    11/04/2014 10:28:43 AM PST · 71 of 72
    norton to patriot08

    Comes when everyone else is rhapsodizing over '68 & later boulevard cruisers when your first was a '51 Merc eventually running through a third junk yard flathead.
    Next came a '53 Ford with a 312/4Bbl from a '58 Turnpike cruiser (great sleeper), then a '58 Fairlane & 312.
    Only new cars I've ever owned were a '66 Falcon "Sport" and '71 or 2 Comet "GT". Comet was first automatic and first not to leave U-joints scattered across So Cal and parts of Texas and Arizona.

    Hollywood & Sunset Blvd (Tiny Naylor's), Colorado Blvd (Bob's Big Boy at each end & in between, plus a nice strip of freeway for "real" racing), selected Foster Freeze, and A&Ws.

  • List Of 134 Cities Where Violent, Criminal Illegal Aliens Were Sent After Release By Obama DHS

    11/02/2014 9:57:09 AM PST · 17 of 28
    norton to lee martell
    "California seems to have gotten the biggest dump of these convicted aliens. Thanks for nothing, Gov. Brown."

    With Texas and NY getting most of the other half.

    I guess it's OK since we all know there is no crime in Cali or NY and no illegals already in Texas.

  • China celebrates successful Moon probe

    11/01/2014 7:19:20 PM PDT · 12 of 16
    norton to BenLurkin
    You've come a long way baby:

    I spent some time on Taiwan in the seventies and both Chinas were some kind of irate because the US had landed on the moon and upset the Moon Goddess and her helper - Jade Rabbit.

    Now the PRC has joined us with "a six-wheeled buggy called the 'Yutu' or 'Jade Rabbit' to take photographs and soil samples"... Moon Goddess must really be pi$$,d off!

  • Mexicans Are The Happiest People In A New Global Survey

    10/31/2014 9:23:34 AM PDT · 9 of 34
    norton to Ingtar
    " So, why are they crossing the border in droves to leave their happy place? "

    Because it takes a drove in the US sending billions of Gringo dollars home to keep the droves still sitting on their collective butt happy.

  • Exclusive: Unions Blast LAUSD For Telling Cafeteria Workers To Speak Only English

    10/30/2014 10:40:58 AM PDT · 18 of 21
    norton to BenLurkin
    "In a community as diverse as Los Angeles, bilingual and multilingual skills should be celebrated.”

    English not included of course.

    Seriously, I'm in L.A. county and have stood in retail lines and even spent a morning in court while the sales person or judge worked through all the Spanish names &/or speakers before addressing anyone in English.

  • The Multicult's bitter harvest

    10/27/2014 5:52:40 PM PDT · 2 of 3
    norton to Sean_Anthony
    "While Quebecers are vigilantly guarding their culture through draconian language laws that essentially outlaws the public use of any language but French"

    Canada's fortress of multiculturalism is all in a wad over more recent ideas of multiculturalism.

    Not that there's anything wrong with that.
    But maybe Sharia law or the "jihad against women" would have been better sources of outrage.

  • Travel Ban, Visa Ban—Either Way, It Won’t Work. The only way to stop Ebola is at the source.

    10/25/2014 6:26:48 PM PDT · 36 of 97
    norton to DoodleDawg
    "You can ban people with passports from those countries but they aren't the only carriers."

    A legal traveler visiting Sierra Leone would have a visa & entry/exit stamps on their passport no matter where they came from.
    passport is simply shorthand for a review of that document for if, where, and when it had been stamped by an infected country.

    In view of the potential pandemic and incubation period it is only reasonable to take any and all steps to limit the risk to our own citizens.

    Which brings me to the current reports of a medical worker whining about being isolated by NJ upon return from W. Africa: seems she feels all righteous about tending to ignorant tribes elsewhere but has no concern for her own countrymen. (No, "tribe" isn't racist and "countrymen" isn't sexist. "Savages" would apply but invite misrepresentation and "countrypersons" sounds dumb.)

  • Obama fried chicken photo gets deleted for racial insensitivity

    10/21/2014 6:35:57 PM PDT · 75 of 98
    norton to Slyfox

    Doesn’t look like he likes it too very much...maybe he feels an affinity with the late leghorn.

  • Obama's credit card declined at fancy restaurant

    10/17/2014 6:45:28 PM PDT · 43 of 67
    norton to Vendome
    Stuff haplens.

    Yes, it sure Dose.

  • Strange ebola behavior

    10/17/2014 6:34:30 PM PDT · 43 of 93
    norton to Capt. Tom
    the only people that came in contact with him that have come down with ebola symptoms are 2 nurses at the Dallas Hospital. ((And they supposedly wore protective gear...Statistically , why aren’t there more infections?? This seems strange to me.

    At this point, what difference does it make?

    The crux of the matter is that a potentially aggressive and potentially fatal disease is ravaging W. Africa and our masters insist that it is best treated by sending untrained NG troops into the infected zone and leaving out cities open to unfettered importation of a virus no one actually understands...What could go wrong?

    CDC has directed my local hospital to hand out questionnaires, beyond that, there are three or four truly prepared medical centers in the USA & everyone else is on OJT.

    It should be paramount to the administration that the risk of infection be isolated outside our borders.

  • Trigger warning please': National Review’s Lena Dunham cover ‘makes me want to die’

    10/16/2014 7:36:45 PM PDT · 41 of 63
    norton to gop4lyf

    You’re my hero.

  • Arkansas High Court Strikes Down Voter ID Law

    10/15/2014 8:10:12 PM PDT · 31 of 32
    norton to Clintonfatigued
    Simple answer;
    petition for repeal of ALL requirements for photo or official ID.

    Why should I offer such onerous forms just to buy (formerly) controlled substances, booze, or ammo, or to sit in on political events?

    Why should I even require a driver's license with a photo on it when I might want to go cruising in my burka?

    For that matter, why be required to claim "Mr." or "Ms." when I can think and up any number of "other" self realizing tags?

    Why complicate matters with all those racial, ethnic, and gender titles when "victim" and "evil oppressor" cover all the necessary categories?

  • Missing California woman found in Maine shack after it’s suspected she was swindled out of home

    10/13/2014 9:57:56 AM PDT · 22 of 29
    norton to Yorlik803
    Gypsies would be my bet, they are active in that general area and the police will tell you that prosecution is pretty much impossible (I'm surprised they even came up with photos).

    Similar stunt was pulled on my mother over a decade ago; came by to offer work on the house, loaded her into a car and tried to draw her savings from the bank, failed, then tried to buy a new truck on her signature for loan. We found her wandering around the car lot & ended her 'independent living'.

    Cops wouldn't go past minimal investigation because gypsies have far too many escape routes and legal games.

  • Heads We Lose ... Mark Steyn

    10/09/2014 10:02:09 AM PDT · 5 of 5
    norton to Rummyfan
    Steyn is always a good read & sharp analyst, but

    Turkey, of course, is a Nato member, and, under Article Five, an attack thereon would be an attack on all - not just on Turkey,

    Does not make much sense in light of Turkey having been de-facto sponsor and ally of ISIS from the outset.

    Regardless of a few desultory airstrikes by a couple of member states, Turkey has put NATO in a whole different position than Steyn suggests.

  • Kurds Battle Islamic State And Beg U.S. For Help

    10/01/2014 5:04:02 PM PDT · 12 of 20
    norton to raptor22

    Anyone else remember when Iraqi Kurds were running newspaper and TV ads saying “Thank you USA”??

  • What if the Shah of Iran had remained: 35 years later

    09/28/2014 10:03:20 PM PDT · 39 of 44
    norton to kabar
    Intriguing post but I can't tie it to #27.
    Can you elaborate please?

    PS: it was my understanding that the son tried for years to get the US to honor promises made to the Shah, including arms sales that were never delivered to either party.

  • Wonderful Days Of The Past

    09/27/2014 6:09:36 PM PDT · 10 of 87
    norton to navysealdad
    I was going to enter "don't get me started"...but it's too late:

    Stick & paper model airplanes and real hobby shops,
    Saturday double features with a serial and 10 cartoons,
    B.B. guns & pocket knives,
    Boy Scout marksmanship training and my first .22 (Savage #15),
    Family picnics in places you'd avoid today,
    Camping that didn't require a $100,000 RV (bus),
    "public lands" that were open to the public,
    Grandparents and neighbors who would tell you precisely why they left the "old country",
    Actually looking forward to your first job,
    Respecting the president even when your folks had voted for the other guy,
    Respecting your father 'cause he worked two jobs, insisted you apply to college & was OK with the one you chose...OK, that was the sixties and the omens were already bad.

    Like I said, don't get me started.

  • Boeing Faces a Future Without Fighter Jets

    09/19/2014 7:29:05 PM PDT · 53 of 53
    norton to Sequoyah101
    Argue this with a pure conservative capitalist though and see what you get. All black or white with no room for any shade of gray, reason, logic or judgment.

    if you don't work for the feds you must never have seen how the government runs its repair centers, you've never seen how the feds account for time or dollars, and you've never seen how a bureaucracy of unionized workers can lose things, cover errors, stifle individuals, and bury production in paperwork.

    I have direct experience in or with five maintenance centers in two branches and contracts under almost every government hardware procurement system and customer you can name.

    We're a long way beyond a time when one dedicated officer could develop a new rifle at an isolated arsenal, write to a manufacturer for arms for his troops, or influence design of the next model Colt.

    The government mantra is profit-bad, no profit-good. In their hands that translates into making sure losses are explained by procedures, physical plant is justified (even if not used), staffing is up to (drives) budget, and hours are spread until they cover labor cost demand. Procurement costs are driven by a combination of specifications that try to define every needed element without understanding or knowing what is required to do it, and suppliers who know that there is money to be made by finding answers to the inevitable errors.

  • Scottish independence: First referendum results declared

    09/18/2014 9:19:09 PM PDT · 176 of 265
    norton to blueyon
    Looks like the NO's have it

    Big win for Scotland,
    More concessions from London without all the unpleasant effort of actually kicking off a mini-nation and then trying to run the place by yourself.

  • The High-Tech Case For Bringing Back The Draft

    09/15/2014 11:32:48 PM PDT · 41 of 41
    norton to 2ndDivisionVet
    Mixed emotions:

    The draft was far from being fair but it was a wide net that did bring together men from all walks and all levels of skill, smarts, culture, and patriotism.
    For better and for worse.

    The volunteer forces require commitment from the get-go and should be sure to draw only those who intend to make good at it.
    Some for better and some for worse.

    A conscripted military can either bring the home front together in support, as in WW2, or engender a sizeable anti-war movement as during Vietnam.

    From everything we've seen since 9/11 it's clear that the volunteers are capable forces, but in the government's eye, they are assets to be driven until the wheels fall off.

    Despite the apparent high quality of today's troops I'm confident that Rangle and his progressive allies are posturing about a draft because their supporters think that it would somehow equalize risk between the classes.
    How often have we heard that so & so's kid didn't have to go to war but some poor kid joined up for the education benefits or for a decent salary?

    (Yet during the sixties those same democrats screamed about inequities in the draft system.)

    Finally, a quote:

    "'s nice to be wanted. But the people that Allenby and Hagerott want to enlist for national security are the same ones who are valued in civilian society as key drivers of economic growth."

    (IIRC that's where most company grade officers, the RAF, OSS / spooks, code breakers, and assorted other heroes, came from during WW2.)

    "Scooping up these innovators in the net of universal conscription would make the hard-sell of reinstating the draft even harder."

    (See above regarding class warfare...the elitism of the entire article is self evident.)

  • Big Majority Favors Sending Alien Minors Home

    07/11/2014 2:39:24 PM PDT · 48 of 48
    norton to Oliviaforever
    The problem is that there is a law he passed that prohibits the United States from sending illegal unaccompanied minors from Central America back..."

    "He" was G.W.Bush, not a real firm border control guy regardless how good he may have otherwise been. It does not prohibit return, it requires due process.
    On the other hand, how should it apply?
    100% of these "children" came to us through the courtesy of mexico, they're either mexico's problem or ours & mexico had to work, re-interpret immigration laws, and expedite transport to the USA, in order to scrape them off on us.
    Seems that it's about time we learned how to return the favor. Starting by handing this particular problem, including gang bangers and hopeful relatives marking time just below our only southern border, back to our scumbag neighbors whether "they" like it or not.

    PS to Jim Rob; $25 in the mail as my penance for drive-by reply while speed lurking.

  • MIA remains ID'd, to be buried on anniversary of disappearance

    12/11/2013 9:23:23 PM PST · 37 of 68
    norton to jttpwalsh; LeoWindhorse

    Today there are 1,643 American service members that are still unaccounted-for from the Vietnam War.

  • LBJ Was The Man Who Killed Kennedy

    11/05/2013 6:11:04 PM PST · 67 of 151
    norton to blueunicorn6
    "I think that LBJ was in on it, but I think the Democrat party was also in on it"

    Also; who profits?

    Consider what happened to LBJ(a jerk and a true FDR democrat) after JFK (not the dove he's portrayed to be) was disappeared ?
    The left ate Johnson alive and made sure he was broken away from the Kennedy myth.
    The democrat party turned totally away from anything Truman or JFK would have supported and led us steadily to the fecal repository (can) we find in today's DC.

    LBJ was probably too canny to have a national level opponent burned on his (Texas) turf.

    In '63 I watched the coverage (from college - I was a liberal then...'till drafted) and heard/read all the after reportage, I heard it all again ten years later on tape, read the theories and collect WW2 rifles, and I have no hard opinion on who or where the shots came from ('though the grassy knoll DID stand out in all those real time reports) so I can't add anything to the specific shooter debate.

    But I do seriously believe that the hit was bought and paid for by someone within the party who had a vision of the direction history was fated to go - and now we're almost there.

  • Two children facing deportation after being rescued in kidnapping

    09/23/2013 3:05:16 PM PDT · 9 of 14
    norton to moonshinner_09

    Sounds to me like the guy was just trying to do the right thing...naturally an offense under today’s ground rules.

  • Miss America contestant flaunts massive rib piece tattoo in bikini competition(SGT Theresa Vail)

    09/11/2013 3:06:34 PM PDT · 66 of 200
    norton to ClaytonP
    "What is that junk anyway? some air-headed words that nobody can even read because the ink has blurred?"

    Serenity Prayer and Medical Corps insignia and that ink is a long way from blurring ('though sadly, with time, it will).

  • Kerry makes emotional plea for intervention in Syria

    08/30/2013 3:14:48 PM PDT · 52 of 54
    norton to Nachum
    Does anyone here have a transcript of J(F)K's sermon?

    I'd swear that he left an hour and half gap between cause (arty barrage) and alleged effect ("all hell broke loose").

    If true, the argument that the MB and/or Saudis staged and filmed their "atrocity" after being shelled with conventional weapons gains some force.

  • S. E. Cupp Withdraws from CPAC in Support of Same-Sex Marriage (video)

    02/26/2013 1:55:09 PM PST · 43 of 203
    norton to EveningStar
    OK, I've had it with the "God hates fags", "If you don't agree with everything I say you're not a social conservative" and "ONLY evangelicals and some Cagtholics can really, really, be conservatives" crap.

    Never thought I'd say it, but this is my last input to FR; enjoy your own little world folks.

  • S. E. Cupp Withdraws from CPAC in Support of Same-Sex Marriage (video)

    02/26/2013 1:48:22 PM PST · 41 of 203
    norton to bicyclerepair
    Absolutely agree!
    You don't have to support gay marriage (I do not) in order to believe in inclusion, true tolerance, and the value of allies.
    [I think that tolerance is in the Bible somewhere]

    On the other hand, in the future, I think I will withhold my support from any conservative shorter than 5'7" or taller than 6'1"

  • Group upset by Geico's 'bestiality' ad

    02/26/2013 11:40:00 AM PST · 92 of 103
    norton to E. Pluribus Unum
    I see it as a play on the old saying "men are pigs."

    This add is just the next variation on the "When pigs fly" airline bit with the black guy playing straight man.

    I'm a gekko fan but the pig has been a pretty successful (and funny) addition.

  • Testimony: DHS No Longer Uses Control of Border as Measure of Border Patrol

    02/26/2013 11:08:33 AM PST · 8 of 14
    norton to Nachum
    Perhaps their new job is to keep folks from leaving...

    Look for new BP chekpoints to keep people IN California and OUT of Texas.

  • Kerry Defends Karzai’s 'Legitimate Evaluations' of ISAF After Karzai Kicks Out U.S. Special Forces

    02/26/2013 7:59:01 AM PST · 13 of 15
    norton to chessplayer

    If I was being told to reduce the DOD budget immediatly on March first I know just where I’d begin.

  • Dramatic collision in Southern Ocean leaves anti-whaling boat damaged [w/video]

    02/25/2013 2:16:52 PM PST · 14 of 52
    norton to Slings and Arrows
    Dramatic collision in Southern Ocean leaves anti-whaling boat that was dragging propeller fouling lines in an effort to sobotage a risky refueling at sea wet and damaged.