Recent comments by Comrade Kristina

She's happy. I took her out on her harness yesterday and gave her a Nila wafer.

Actually it will be Reagan's 10th term by my estimation. Tongue

Yeah, mine has tripled in the past 10 years. It runs around 2300 per year.

Mine have been running just under 1K with the homestead exemption.

I'm pretty certain that "sacred" document has something to say about involving ourselves in foreign affairs....

My favorite part is suggesting we should infiltrate France, Sweden, Germany etc. with our retired politicians and then saying we should intervene where human rights are being trampled...Uhm...Those countries seem to be better at human rights than we are... #JS

Oh damn, I have to go feed the little Diva. Thanks for reminding me before I end up with the :pinecone: I played with her for awhile last night. Well, it's me chasing her around on all fours as she dances in and out of her condo megaplex. Laughing out loud

Oh, wow. The crazy is strong in this one...

It’s time for an “American jihad” | Fox News

We would urge our leaders, after their service in the U.S. Senate and Congress, to seek dual citizenship in other nations, like France and Italy and Sweden and Argentina and Brazil and Germany, and work to influence those nations to adopt laws very much like our own. We might even fund our leaders' campaigns for office in these other nations.

We would accept the fact that an American jihad could mean boots on the ground in many places in the world where human rights are being denigrated and horrors are unfolding. Because wherever leaders and movements appear that seek to trample upon the human spirit, we have a God-given right to intervene — because we have been to the mountaintop of freedom, and we have seen the Promised Land spanning the globe.

Perhaps government can do better than private industry...

Isn't there a big storm moving up the coast, AB?

It appears she was attracted to genius of all types.

Not only resolve on their own but I'd be willing to bet that when they try to cure these problems they create even more problems with drug side effects or infections for unnecessary surgeries.

Yep, and it annoys me that I am paying for food that is not as good as what I make at home usually. Sometimes it is nice to have somebody wait on me, though.

Bunny isn't a happy bunny today. I cleaned her room yesterday so she now has to rearrange all her things back to how she likes them. She has big boxes that hubby cut doors in that she arranges into a maze.

So far I have been lucky and my health has been good. I also avoid doctors and hospitals like the plague. Our bodies are amazingly capable of healing themselves if given half a chance. The result is a stronger immune system. It has been decades since I've taken an antibiotic for something. I also played in the dirt as a kid (and still do). I do avoid fast food and restaurant food in general. At home, I avoid processed foods and try to make things from scratch whenever possible.

I'm of the opinion that too much of anything is bad. I've avoided jumping on every nutritional bandwagon that has come along. I remember when they told me butter was bad and that margarine was good. I didn't listen. Turns out, margarine is much worse for you than butter. All things in moderation...even moderation. Tongue

Hubby had a good first day even though they of course gave he and his friend the job nobody else wanted to do. They spent the day installing transformers. I guess some hazing was to be expected. The drive turned out to be an hour and 45 minutes so we got to sleep in until 4:30 today. Laughing out loud

I haven't used yahoo in forever so I'm not much help with that.

That link isn't working for me.

Yeah, I'll be around for the early morning crew again now.

It's hard not to get attached, that's how Diva Bunny ended up with her own damn bedroom in my house. Laughing out loud It is sweet of you to feed him. Is he friendly enough that you can catch him?

The Governor Stone docks directly across the street from my work. If you are into sailboats you will love it. Governor Stone (schooner) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Yeah, my local grocery gave me a half a box of old apples for Bunny. Romaine lettuce is healthy for them and my bunny loves it.

The punching machine takes a dollar and you get to hit the punching bag. It then tells you how hard you hit. The idea is they take out their testosterone rage on it instead of each other. The reality is sometimes different...

Aww, that is sad. Sad So many rabbits are just turned loose like that because they can be destructive inside a house if it isn't rabbit proofed. He/she won't survive running loose for long depending on traffic and how many predators you have in your area. The humane society is an option but they are typically full and I don't think bunnies get adopted much. Check and see if there is a rabbit rescue in your area first. Also, rounding them up is easier in theory than it is in reality. What are you feeding it?

That sounds like an adventure, AB! How convenient, we're right on the Marina. You can park out front. Laughing out loud

The Watershed. It's right on the St. Andrew's Marina waterfront at the boat ramp. It is a true dive bar so expect...eclectic. Laughing out loud It is a fun place, though and drinks are cheap. We even have a ping pong table along with darts, pool tables, foosball and a punching machine.

And apparently nobody from HCN is up either...

Good morning. Lets take a coffee break Currently Smoking Cannibis Just sent hubby off to work. I just don't feel like 4am is a reasonable time to be awake...Bunny isn't even up yet.

Apparently Melbourne doesn't get many electrical storms. I'm watching Twitter have a meltdown about a big electrical storm there now. In Florida, we call that Tuesday. Laughing out loud

- NY Times

In 2011, when the regulators first proposed rules to carry out the risk-retention law, the idea was that there would be a two-tier mortgage market. Mortgages deemed to be Q.R.M. would be characterized by substantial down payments that would minimize the risk of default, while the other tier would include riskier mortgages — although still safer than some of the ridiculous mortgages that characterized the boom — and could be securitized only if those responsible for either the loans or the securitizations kept some of the risk.

But when the final rule was adopted this week, that idea was dropped.

“The loophole has eaten the rule, and there is no residential mortgage risk retention,” said Barney Frank, the former chairman of the House Financial Services Committee and the Frank in Dodd-Frank.

I'm certainly shocked...

Laughing out loud Twitter funny for the day.

Just Matthew. ‏@NoThoughtsHere 3s3 seconds ago Baltimore, MD
Since all Americans seem to buy is apps and guns. Apple needs to make a gun. Call it iKillYou.

For those of you that enjoyed my stories about Anonymous you might enjoy this book

Hacker, Hoaxer, Whistleblower, Spy: The Many Faces of Anonymous: Gabriella Coleman: 9781781685839: Books

She's a very good writer and had an inside view of things. She was always present in the irc chans (even some of the private ones) and was very thorough in her research. She's also a super cool person.