I finally just said, “To hell with it.” Ordered something called Oxygen Boost in a can. 60 deep breaths per can. Even though it doesn’t make a lot of sense, the oxygen-concentrating machine I used when I stayed at Eddie Brewer’s place last year seemed to help a lot. Several times when I was in the midst of seemingly major events it brought them to an immediate halt.
The past few days around here, maybe because of the Orange Ozone Alert, have me thinking it’s time to give O2 another try, despite the fact the various sawbones haven’t seen fit to prescribe it. I haven’t been able to exercise for several days, which they did prescribe.
Anyway, if these 60 breath cans of 02 get the job done I’ll be back banging on the door of the VA over in KC Missouri threatening to scream and hold my breath if they can’t bring themselves to prescribe something to fill in during those moments when Mother Earth just isn’t enough.
After all, is it not written, “You veterans are responsible for keeping us free! You brave guys deserve the absolute best for killing all those brown people who wanted to take away our freedoms! And while a lot of people can breathe easier because of all the freedoms you protected, if you breathe hard we can afford a bit of oxygen to help you along?” Ahem. You believe the bullshit comes out of the mouths of patriots?
Well, I’m truly moved, though I din’t kill any brown people who were trying to take away our freedom. Got into a few fights with some in bars but nobody got hurt too badly. Bastards trying to steal our freedoms.
And I’d breathe more easily if someone over at the VA fixed me up with the freedom to breath when the going gets tough.
Is it not written, “When the going gets tough, the tough get going?”
I ain’t going anywhere without being able to, including all the usual mobility abilities.
Meanwhile there’s canned air at a price that’s probably a bargain considering I don’t drink bottled water.
Besides, the something for nothing I’m going after is AIR! What the hell can air cost when you buy it in volume? Economy of scale. That sort of thing.
Posted in 2014, America
Tagged breathing, canned oxygen, culture, economy, environment, Health, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, O2, oxygen, philosophy, politics, survival, technology
A growing body of evidence uncovered by diligent citizens reveals shocking truths. It’s a question that’s troubled me for some while.
Did Obama Kill JFK?
But there’s also this:
My Time Travel Adventures With Barack Obama
Time Travel, Time Machines & Alien Contact – A Rare Interview From 1964
Whistleblowers on US Govt Time Travel & Teleportation | Extraordinary Year July 11, 2012
How to make a simple Time Machine
If the Prez killed JFK as an adult traveling in time it’s a far more serious matter than if he did it as an infant, presumably having been through firearms training in Arizona.
Posted in 2014, America
Tagged assassination, culture, Education, History, Human Behavior, humor, John Kennedy, Life, Obama, philosophy, politics, President, society, sociology, time travel
Now the damned woman’s saying this guy in the What House should be showing leadership. Jaysus H. Cheeeerist! Leadership is the last thing we need in the What House. Leadership manifested in the human form of a series of What House residents is what got us into this mess.
Leadership, for that matter, is what the What House missus and her butch ladyfriend, Janet Reno, demonstrated when they lined up the US Army, the US Navy, the US Airforce, the FBI, the DWI, the AWOL and everyone else available and burned Mount Pleasant down around the ears of dozens of men, women and children Christians. Texas Christians. Texas Christians who were never accused of breaking any Federal statute.
No, leadership, now and for the remainder of the 21st Century, is forbidden to enter the US Office of President. Especially if anyone aspiring to that office should be elected to it.
Henceforth US leadership needs to come more openly from Israel. Which is where it’s been coming from all along, but now it needs to be open and aboveboard about it.
At which time the systematic occupation of the What House by women, women of Hispanic Origin, women of Asian Origin, women of Native American Origin, women of female Origin can begin and continue until all catagories and subcatatories of women have occupied the What House, redecorated it, given it some tasteful alterations, new drapes and re-upholstered all the furniture.
Posted in 2014, America
Tagged culture, Education, Events, History, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lifestyle, philosophy, politics, senior citizens, society, sociology
The Israeli manufacturers of Uzi submachine guns murdered a US citizen in Arizona recently by manufacturing and exporting to the United States instrument of his death. The shooting instructor is evidently not of dual Israeli/US citizenship and it is not known at this time whether he was anti-Semitic in favor of Israel, or anti-Semitic in favor of Palestinians.
Israelis need to be cautioned the US will not sit by indefinitely as the target of this sort of terrorism-by-weapon-sale. If it continues the US, the Prez should inform them, will begin sending thousands of anti-aircraft and ground-to-air missiles to Palestine to form a defensive shield similar to Iron Dome protecting Israel’s illegal colonies on Palestinian land outside Israel.
Afterward if Israel continues assassinating US citizens who are not of dual citizenship the Prez should advise Israel we’ll send offensive weapons to Palestinians similar to the ones we sent Israel to invade and destroy Gaza.
Israeli terrorist firearms attacks on US citizens have gone on too long.
Posted in 2014, America, Human Behavior
Tagged burgers and bullets, culture, Education, firearms, gaza, guns, Human Behavior, humor, Israel, Life, lifestyle, society, sociology
And due process turns him loose.
Law School Discussion – Nine years of discussion on Recent Lynchings
Topic: Recent Lynchings (Read 4236 times)
Research of Past and Continued Racism Inflicted on African-Descent People in Springfield, Missouri, USA
A list of other incidents which indicate the degree of local racism are as follows:
Fall, 1994 – A nineteen-year-old African-American male was found hanged to death thirty miles north of Springfield. Although information to the contrary exists, his death was officially ruled a suicide.
December, 1997 – An African-decent man was brutally beaten by three European-American skinheads. He had to be taken to the hospital. Two of the skinheads were arrested, but they eventually received sentences of 5-years probation.June 17, 2001 – An African-American man was stabbed three times in a Denny’s Restaurant by skinheads (reportedly 15 skinheads-shaved heads, Aryan Nations tee-shirts, swastikas, and white supremacist tattoos). Although there were several witnesses at the time of the incident, no one had been arrested, despite the fact that the Justice Department was involved in the investigation. Community activists/advocates who had tried to get updated information about the case got no responses from the Justice Department representatives. Amazingly, around January 25, 2004, an announcement was made that local law enforcement officers along with the FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) would be investigating the case. The community will have to see what happens.
August, 2001 – Four African-American county jail inmates were urinated on by two European-American jailers. Although the inmates had asked to speak to civil rights activists, such contact was denied. The inmates eventually received $25,000 settlements each. Yet most of them used the money to bail themselves out of jail, pay back child support and to pay their attorneys. At this writing, community activists/advocates who have filed a complaint about the incident with the U.S. Justice Department at the request of two inmates’ relatives have not received a response.August, 2002 – After an African-American man complained to the police chief about police harassment, he had a visit soon after from two European-American police officers who threatened to take him to jail if he ever complained to the chief again.October 2, 2002 – An African-descent male originally from Kenya was found hanged to death about a hundred feet away from the site of the 1906 lynching. His death was officially ruled a suicide, but community activists/advocates do not think so.
July 25, 2003 – An African-American youth (nineteen years old) was found dead hanging from a rope just outside of Springfield. This information circulated by word of mouth as the event did not end up being reported in the newspaper. Many people in the African-American community learned about the incident more than six months later.
Missouri corrects record on 1923 college-town lynching
Posted in 2014, America, Current Issues, History, Police
Tagged culture, Education, ferguson, History, Human Behavior, humor, Life, lynching, philosophy, psychology, racial, society, sociology
Is nothing sacred? They’re making Pendleton blankets in China now! Hokay. So be it. Mine are safely in a black garbage bag in a storage locker in Texas somewhere packed in mothballs. No way the damned Chinese are getting their hands on them. Those non-Chinese made Pendletons have seen me through a winter-or-two and would have seen me through a lot more if I were up to the job and held up my end. But instead I’ve spent the past winter-or-two in a WWII goose down Army Mountain sleeping bag from back when good American geese provided the down. At least until I got to Kansas. And I confess it was warmer than Pendleton blankets. Even from wool sheared from good American sheep. Old Jules
Jeanne Kasten Studio
For many years, I’ve promised myself a stop at the Pendleton Woolen Mill in eastern Oregon. Pendleton wool has always been held in high regard by my family, probably because of my mom being from Salem where their first retail store was located. It’s not a familiar name to people in the mid-west.
I was trying to get from Boise to Salem as quickly as possible to meet my aunts for dinner at their retirement center. I promised myself 15 minutes to just look quickly, but I didn’t get out for about 40 minutes, and I never even bought anything!
The designs fascinate me. I knew I couldn’t afford a blanket, but I do have one already that Old Jules gave me, so it’s not like I don’t own any. I just wanted more.
I was pleased to see other products, like book covers and bath towels, and national…
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