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    Technically open

    Technically open

    What little free time I have unexpectedly is being taken up with technical issues related to the blogs.

    More on that in a few days.

    So I’m just going to leave things open for the morning for you to run the blog for me.

    Update 4:20 p.m. — Okay, who are the 11 people who gave a thumbs up to a blog post saying I wasn’t going to be doing any blog posts?  And why are there no thumbs down?

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    for you to run the blog for me.
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    I’ll need the admin passwords 🙂


     
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    Anchovy | February 5, 2013 at 3:28 pm

    This is cool…. kind of like recess without a teacher present.


     
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    dhmosquito | February 5, 2013 at 3:57 pm

    Bill:

    Congratulations! LI is #48 of 200 on this list:

    http://politicsandfinance.blogspot.com/2013/02/top-conservative-websites-february-2013.html

    Keep up the great work.

    cheers

    chuck


     
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    BannedbytheGuardian | February 5, 2013 at 5:45 pm

    My contribution – another month & no details of Sandy Hook other than the
    Ilist of the 4 guns found at the scene ( one in car ).

    We still do not know which were fired.


     
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    BannedbytheGuardian | February 5, 2013 at 6:08 pm

    This will not be popular.

    The bi polar position of the USA military in American society. On one hand they are lauded ,yet on the othe they are seen as a charity concern eg Michelle Obama virtually creating a special disadvantage category .she then swoops in from on high to bring some care & attention .

    The superstar status of the former Seal is in stark contrast to SAS or Commando units elsewhere who are often sworn to secrecy during & after service. I have been told her is an actual club in London where ex SAS types can visit .

    Of course this may be rubbish because everyone now claims to have been part of this elite strata. it is a fact that the units have expanded rapidly however & the James Bond thing is over.

    The particular publicity sought by a sniper is troubling. I can recall the death of. Korean veteran when it was revealed he was the actual famous sniper of that war – relatives & neighbors were extremely surprised .

    Of course the shooting by a decorated Marine of this Seal ( & the other gentleman who also counts ) is extremely troubling on many levels. So much can be made of this because this is made of so much.

    Is the US military imploding ? Are political tensions tearing it apart? To think the unsayable – is the victim R & the shooter D ?

    I have been following this on blogs & everyone is thrown .


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