is this truly the inventions we want human ingenuity laboring on…?

…is this truly the inventions we want human ingenuity laboring on…?


Chemist Invents Bulletproof Paint From Rice Husks

06-01-2013  •, By James A. Foley

A chemist developed bulletproof paint with rice husks that she claims will allow for thinner and lighter bulletproof vests.

until then … these topics remain fodder for vivid articles

…at some point in time … the “false-flags” surrounding the September 11th attack as well as the circumstances surrounding the assassination of President Kennedy … will be fully disclosed and mad transparent … until then … these topics remain fodder for vivid articles…

Major Increase in US Currency in Circulation Possibly Indicates Foreknowledge of 9/11 Attacks

06-02-2013  •

An unexplained significant increase in the

amount of US currency in circulation causes

one economist to later consider whether some

individuals might have had foreknowledge of

the impending September 11 attacks.  



absolutely pure hyperbole as “dishonest” John

clip_image002…absolutely pure hyperbole as “dishonest” John was not even for one moment in “harms-way” as he was always accompanied by an overwhelming military entourage … he was never at risk … this isn’t reporting it’s hero worshipping…

that’s easy … whenever any politician opens their mouth…

…that’s easy … whenever any politician opens their mouth…


Pamela Meyer: How to spot a liar

06-02-2013  •

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there is not a snowball’s chance in Hell

…there is not a snowball’s chance in Hell that Mon$anto and their minion$ at FDA … and AMA … “big-pharma”… will allow this to be disclosed and made fully transparent to you and me…

clip_image002Regulators Discover a Hidden Viral Gene in Commercial GMO Crops

06-02-2013  •

How should a regulatory agency announce they have discovered something potentially very important about the safety of products they have been approving for over twenty years? In the course of analysis to identify potential allergens in GMO crops, the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) has belatedly discovered that the most common genetic regulatory sequence in commercial GMOs also encodes a significant fragment of a viral gene (Podevin and du Jardin 2012). 
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whoever or whatever gave you to understand these maggots were going to pay their employees a living wages

clip_image002…whoever or whatever gave you to understand these maggots were going to pay their employees a living wages … that just ain’t going to happen when they can bet their puppets in our Congre$$ who they own to have you and me pick up their tab…


Walmart, Sam’s Club

Posted: 01 Jun 2013 09:12 AM PDT David Safier  ….

Two recent HuffPo stories caught my eye (thanks to Facebook posts, where, to my surprise, I’ve been finding ever more links to valuable articles). One references a study by Congressional Dems that says low Walmart wages can lead to as much as a $900,000 a year outlay from government programs to supplement low incomes at a 300-employee Walmart Supercenter (That comes to $3,000 per employee).

 The other is about how Costco, which pays living wages and offers good benefit packages, is seeing its profits rise while Walmart, and even the Walmart company Sam’s Club, which is similar to Costco, are seeing their profits shrink.

Some facts from the articles.

  • "A typical Costco worker made $45,000 in 2011, according to Fortune."

  • "Sam’s Club workers’ average salary [is] $17,486 per year, according to salary information site"

  • Walmart workers who need publicly funded health care rack up a cost to taxpayers of as much as $250,000 per year at a 300-employee superstore. Add in the cost of other public-assistance programs, and the cost of government assistance totals about $900,000.

  • Costco’s profits went up 19% last quarter.

  • Both Walmart and Sam’s Club had lower sales last quarter. (Target also saw its profits shrink by 29%.)

  • "[Costco’s] CEO, Craig Jelinek, said earlier this year that he supports President Barack Obama’s proposal to raise the minimum wage, even arguing that lawmakers should boost it to $10 per hour."

I remember reading stories awhile back where Costco’s stockholders were complaining about the comparatively high wage/benefits package its workers received, saying Costco’s allegiance is supposed to be to corporate profits, not worker well-being. It looks like it may be possible to have a mixture of both happy employees making a living wage and happy stockholders looking at rising profits.


within the inner sanctum of the “good-old-boys-club”

…within the inner sanctum of the “good-old-boys-club” … what we expect a woman


in our military who is raped and speaks out is not retaliated against … hey … in civilian life our judicial system is set up to put them on trial not their attacker …