Monday, March 21, 2011

10 Things a Man Has Never Said to a Woman

Feminism in America


If you have a very wide perspective and a long memory of things you'll see that end the end feminism in America was started and still pushed through by ... big business and politicians.  I bet that's a surprising statement for a lot of you.  Once that thought settles in, you'll see how You’ve been had! Been took! Hoodwinked! Bamboozled! Led Astray! Run Amok! This Is What They Do!  The feminist movement was never about giving equality to women.  It was always used as a tool to generate a cheap labor pool, A.K.A. slavery, for big business.  As more and more women resist the siren call to "come work" the push and marketing blitz increases and the news stories come more and more radical.

Let's look at some DATAS.  Real stats, not opinion, ladies.

   1. Of the 122 million women age 16 years and over in the U.S., 72 million, or 59.2 percent, were labor force participants—working or looking for work.

   2. Women comprised 46.8 percent of the total U.S. labor force and are projected to account for 46.9 percent of the labor force in 2018.

   3. Women are projected to account for 51.2 percent of the increase in total labor force growth between 2008 and 2018.

   4. 66 million women were employed in the U.S.—74 percent of employed women worked on full-time jobs, while 26 percent worked on a part-time basis.

   5. The largest percentage of employed women (40 percent) worked in management, professional, and related occupations; 32 percent worked in sales and office occupations; 21 percent in service occupations; 5 percent in production, transportation, and material moving occupations; and 1 percent in natural resources, construction, and maintenance occupations.

   6. The largest percentage of employed Asian, white, and black women (47, 41, and 34 percent, respectively) worked in management, professional, and related occupations. For Hispanic women, it was sales and office occupations—32 percent.

   7. The 20 most prevalent occupations for employed women in 2009 were—

         1. Secretaries and administrative assistants, 3,074,000
         2. Registered nurses, 2,612,000
         3. Elementary and middle school teachers, 2,343,000
         4. Cashiers, 2,273,000
         5. Nursing, psychiatric, and home health aides, 1,770,000
         6. Retail salespersons, 1,650,000
         7. First-line supervisors/managers of retail sales workers, 1,459,000
         8. Waiters and waitresses, 1,434,000
         9. Maids and housekeeping cleaners, 1,282,000
        10. Customer service representatives, 1,263,000
        11. Child care workers, 1,228,000
        12. Bookkeeping, accounting, and auditing clerks, 1,205,000
        13. Receptionists and information clerks, 1,168,000
        14. First-line supervisors/managers of office and administrative support workers, 1,163,000
        15. Managers, all other, 1,106,000
        16. Accountants and auditors, 1,084,000
        17. Teacher assistants, 921,000
        18. Cooks, 831,000
        19. Office clerks, general 821,000
        20. Personal and home care aides, 789,000

   8. The unemployment rate for all women was 8.1 percent and 10.3 percent for men in 2009. For Asian women it was 6.6 percent; white women, 7.3 percent; Hispanic women, 11.5 percent; and black women, 12.4 percent.

   9. The median weekly earnings of women who were full-time wage and salary workers was $657, or 80 percent of men’s $819. When comparing the median weekly earnings of persons aged 16 to 24, young women earned 93 percent of what young men earned ($424 and $458, respectively).

  10. The 20 occupations with the highest median weekly earnings among women who were full-time wage and salary workers in 2009 were--

         1. Pharmacists, $1,475
         2. Lawyers, $1,449
         3. Computer and information systems managers, $1,411
         4. Computer software Chief executives, $1,553
         5. Engineers, $1,311
         6. Physicians and surgeons, $1,228
         7. Computer programmers, $1,182
         8. Management analysts, $1,177
         9. Computer scientists and systems analysts, $1,167
        10. Occupational therapists, $1,155
        11. Speech-language pathologists, $1,148
        12. General and operations managers, $1,110
        13. Education administrators, $1,093
        14. Psychologists, $1,091
        15. Personal financial advisors, $1,088
        16. Human resources managers, $1,072
        17. Marketing sales managers, $1,052
        18. Managers, all other, $1,037
        19. Registered nurses, $1,035
        20. Network systems and data communications analysts, $1,032

  11. Women accounted for 51 percent of all workers in the high-paying management, professional, and related occupations. Here is just a sample of these occupations where women were the larger percentage of those employed:

      Occupation    
      Percent Female
      Registered nurses..................................................             92.0 percent
      Meeting and convention planners..................             83.3
      Elementary and middle school teachers............             81.9
      Tax examiners, collectors, and revenue agents             73.8
      Medical and health services managers.............             69.5
      Social and community service managers...........             69.4
      Psychologists..........................................             68.8
      Other business operations specialists..............             68.4
      Human resources managers.........................             66.8
      Financial specialists, all other......................             66.6
      Tax preparers......................................             65.9
      Insurance underwriters.............................             62.8
      Education administrators...........................             62.6
      Accountants and auditors........................             61.8
      Veterinarians.........................................             61.2
      Claims adjusters, appraisers, examiners,    
      and investigators..................................             60.6
      Budget analysts......................................             59.3
      Medical scientists....................................             56.9
      Advertising and promotions managers...........             56.5
      Financial managers.................................             54.7

  12. Of persons aged 25 years and older, 29 percent of women and 30 percent of men had attained a bachelor’s degree or higher; 31 percent of women and men had completed only high school, no college.

  13. The higher a person’s educational attainment, the more likely they will be a labor force participant (working or looking for work) and less likely to be unemployed.

  14. For women age 25 and over with less than a high school diploma, 34 percent were labor force participants; high school diploma, no college, 53 percent; some college, but no degree, 62 percent; associate degree, 72 percent; and bachelor’s degree or higher, 73 percent.

  15. For women age 25 and over with less than a high school diploma, their unemployment rate was 14.2 percent; high school diploma, no college, 8.0 percent; some college, but no degree, 8.0 percent; associate degree, 5.9 percent; and bachelor’s degree or higher, 4.5 percent.

U.S. DEPT OF LABOR


That sounds horrible doesn't it?  Wow, that is just awful. The truth is, women were never supposed to work.  Let me put it this way.  If, the shoe was on the other foot, and I was a househusband, and my wife worked, and I took care of the kids and the home and did all the shopping and cleaning, I WOULD NEVER GIVE THAT UP.  The women's movement started in 1920, by radical feminist lesbians, who EVERY SINGLE ONE OF THEM, had had horrible relationship experiences.  Those leaders went underground when they got no traction.  They then returned in 1960 with a new outlook that pleased business and government alike.  They then delivered women, on a silver platter, to the powers that be, for them to subjugate in the work place.  The psychology of the marketing scheme to get women to give up their families and homes, for a low paying job has been taken into overdrive.  Pharmaceuticals have introduced "the pill", which aids women from getting pregnant and stay working.  News agencies put forth story after story marketing the feminist point of view.  Nowhere is there ever a happy housewife that loves her husband and raises well adjusted kids in the news.  [correct me if I'm wrong]  And, the government passes funding for money to keep women working and to oust men out of their lives, i.e. destroying the family, by handing out childcare money and giving incentives to single mothers over married women.


10 things that a man has never said to a woman. 


All of these things are things other WOMEN say to women, not men.

  1. if you get pregnant you can't further your career
  2. you don't have time to raise a family and keep a good paying job
  3. you need to work to be able to afford the things you want in life
  4. you're being oppressed by staying home and being a housewife
  5. doesn't breast feeding make you feel like a cow
  6. I can't be seen with you in those shoes and that purse
  7. stop bragging about your promotion
  8. did you hear about Shanequa
  9. you can't provide for your man, like I can
  10. stop sticking your butt and chest out
The competitive world of women is generally invisible to men.  A man can be standing right next to two women who are shooting lazers out of their eyes and growing werewolf sized claws, getting ready to throw down, and he not be aware at all.

Being the employee of a pregnant women, a lesbian woman and a competitive woman, I have been thrown under the bus so many times, I was rudely awakened to the competitive world of women.  When I couldn't understand why hundreds of women, at a former corporate job I had, were content to stay at an opening position, it was my beast of a female manager that rudely awakened me to the "pecking" order of the work place.  And, although I was a male and an outsider, I was treated like the female pack, by her.  Don't get me wrong, I didn't think I needed special treatment, but I was more qualified and more experienced than she was, as was probably 70% of the female employees under her.  Not that a man would simply step aside, but I don't think  a man would block my transfers and collateral shifts I tried to do to get out of the department.  This is exactly what the pregnant and lesbian women did too.  Luckily, under the pregnant manager, a male manager saw what was going on and rescued me, over her head.  I had no such luck under the competitive woman's thumb.  Working for the lesbian was abysmal and short.

Let me say this, I have never had a male manager soundly plant every possible dagger he could find, into my back.  Men tend to be quite up front with their competitiveness.  They announce what they are doing, gonna do, hope to do, to each other.   They tend to pull out their sword and wave it around so you can clearly see it.  Then you, as another man, are to pull out your sword, and hope it is bigger or that it can parry the manager's sword.  If either is true, then you have "won" that battle.

A type A personality male manager will beat you down, but when he gets where he's going he'll call you up and offer you a position.  This is how politics work, big business works etc.  Womanly competition is for keeps.  A woman competitor never wants to see you again and hopes you rot in hell.  It is for keeps.

It is not unheard of for male employees to follow a male manager / leader from company to company.  In the end, that man and employees may end up with him being CEO and the rest being on the board, appointed by him.

[ Resources: U.S. DEPT OF LABOR, N.Y. Times, Wikipedia, Mommy off the record, Women's studies ]

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    Tuesday, March 15, 2011

    Game Reivew: Dragon Age 2

    Dragon Age 2


    Dragon Age II is the second game in BioWare's Dragon Age series of role-playing video games and was released on March 8, 2011 in North America and March 11, 2011 in Europe. Unlike its predecessor, Dragon Age: Origins, the main character's race, family and background cannot be changed; however, the character's appearance, gender, class and first name are all fully customizable. Hawke, the main character, is a Lothering refugee who rises to power and becomes the Champion of the Free Marches. Dragon Age II is set in the same world as Dragon Age: Origins, but takes place in the Free Marches.  It was announced for Playstation 3, PC and Xbox 360.

    Overall Grade:  5/10

    • Visual 4/10
    • Sound 8/10
    • Gameplay 5/10
    • Mechanics 8/10
    • Fun 5/10
    • Replay 0/10

    Visual 4/10

    It is really difficult to say how to judge the visual impact of the game at this stage.  Do I compare it to other games out there?  Or, do I compare it to itself, i.e. Dragon Age: Origins. I settled on a happy medium and decided both scales should be used.  Compared to itself, there is nothing new, so it receives a 5/10 but, compared to games out there, it receives a 10/10.  They are using the same exact engine as Dragon Age: Origins, so there was no visual change to the game.  However, the extensive use of alleged cardboard cut outs to describe cut scenes and splash screens drops it down 3 notches.  The game engine itself is pretty stunning.  I get they did not want to pay for animating more cut scenes but then you suffer the consequences of people like me not liking it.

    A very big criticism is that the same 3 maps were used over and over and over.  If you go into a "cave" they load up the cave map.  If you go into a "building" they load up the building map.  If you go into the "wilderness" they load up the wilderness map.  I swear.  It is 1980 all over again, only this time it's 2011 and it's the Dragon Age engine.


    Sound 8/10

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    The same exact music was used in this game as the first.  The same sound was used in this game.  At $50 bucks a pop, customers want new stuff.  There was some additional music used.  It was modern world music.  I don't mean good modern world music, as is used in Grammy award winning Civilization V, this was bad, piss poor, modern world music.  If nothing else, stick with your classical French Horn dominated music and we'll call it a day.


    The sound effects were the same, good.  Unlike some new games out there *cough*RIFT*cough* that used the worst possible sound effect for drawing a damn sword out of a scabbard for a walking sound [ honestly I have no clue what sound they were trying to make in that game ] Dragon Age 2 and probably Bioware in general, does sound effects right.  It's a sad commentary when you have to applaud a game for actually using footsteps in sand to represent *gasp* footsteps in sand.  It's just that there are so many bad games out there like *cough*RIFT*cough* that have no clue what they're doing, so when something correct comes along you have to acknowledge it.

    Gameplay 5/10

    As mentioned in general description, you play a prechosen hero throughout the game.  This is actually classic Bioware.  Nearly 90% of their titles center around you playing a preselected hero, that stuff just happens to.  It's not a bad concept when done right, however when it is the sequel to a game that gave you an overabundance of selection, story and looks, it is a total slap in the face that you're paying for it.  You cannot even choose a different race.  You only select how your particular human looks.

    As to the story.  What story?  There is no story.  The cutscenes keep calling you a hero.  I kept saying a "hero" of what?  Rat killing?

    Another classic bioware feature was added / kept and that is party reaction to your decisions.  Only this time, it doesn't quite matter which way they go with their opinion of you.  They get bonuses regardless of how they feel about you.  It's not a love hate relationship, it's a rival / friend relationship.  I know this complex human concept is foreign to most stupid Americans, but that's actually how relationships are, you are either supportive of your friends, or you are in competition with your rivals.  The opposite of love is not hate, the opposite is indiference.  So someone that hates someone is their rival, not their non-friend.  It is only when backed up against a wall, do you kill your rival.  Otherwise you compete with your rival until they defeat themselves through their own actions.  It's a sort of ying yang outlook on things, but it's how humans ACTUALLY act, regardless of the idiotic passifistic hatred spewed by Christianity. *cough*crusades*cough* *cough*antisemetism*cough*

    Through 80% of the game you're walking around a city.  But wait, there's more.  That city is divided into day and night versions of the same ... CITY.  Oh my stars!  This pratically ruins the game for me.  I mean, I like the intrigue of a city, but the entire idea of being an adventurer is ... going on adventures?  Sally's basement, however quaint, is not an adventure.  Call me crazy.

    Mechanics 8/10

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    The pause system of real time fighting is still in effect during combat.  Otherwise, everything is exactly as it was in Dragon Age: Origins.  I onced watched a rather failure of a guy play Origins.  He never paused combat and tried to go from person to person to perform his idea of flawless combat.  He did not understand why he died so often.  Yes it's real time, and if you want a flawless combat scene, fraps it, and then review it in fraps.  Otherwise the rest of us with brains will pause in between casts in combat, and issue whatever orders we want to issue.

    Walking, running, talking, object interaction are all the same as Dragon Age: Origins.  No mechanics have changed at all from the original.  None except, .......... LOADING SCREENS.  I found the Dragon Age:Origins loading screens to be game breaking.  If I have to reboot my entire system every 30 minutes to get a game to play, then I give up.  There is no way in hell I would ever play that.  After patch after patch Bioware refused to admit it was something in the game.  And, even with patch after patch it was never adequatly fixed.  However, where Origins loading screens were horrible, Dragon Age 2 loading screens are a dream.  Everything loads up super fast and you're off to the races.  That being said, nearly every 2 inches there's a loading screen.

    One addition was that mages, for the most part, now use their staves as magical weapons and melee weapons.  This is a slight departure from the original, because in the original mages cast way more spells qua spells.  Imagine my surprise when in the first cut scene my weakling mages bursts out ice shards spewing out of his staff like a mad banshee, killing everything in 3 hits.  If this is your cup of tea, then you've got it made.  It's more of 3rd person shooter style, but if that's your bag, have fun.  For those of us who actually have our brains ATTACHED to our spinal columns, this is the worst.

    Fun 5/10

    This is a mixed bag indeed.  Is the game fun compared to other games?  Is the game fun versus sitting at home alone?  Sure it will pass the time, but if you want something funner, how about replaying the original.  Which leads us to the last point.

    Replay 0/10

    Why a whopping zero for replay?  Because, if you didn't catch the story the first time, then you just weren't awake.  If you replay, then you will choose the same human, in the same family, doing the same exact things.  There is no replay.  Thanks for your $50 though.

    Conclusion

    If game developers want to have continued customers buying their products, they cannot continue to just put out junk to make a fast buck.  I'm sure everyone will disagree and side with the developer and say, making the fast buck pays for the epic games.  Well the sales of Dragon Age: Origins should have been able to fund yet another Dragon Age: Origins.  I mean, isn't that the point of a wildly successful game?  Keep striking the iron while its hot.  You don't turn around and piss on the people that bought your game for $120, including all addons.

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    Movie Review: The Adjustment Bureau

    The Adjustment Bureau


    American thriller film loosely based on the Philip K. Dick short story, "Adjustment Team".  The film was written and directed by George Nolfi.  It contains a score by Thomas Newman, with two songs by Richard Ashcroft ("Future's Bright" for the opening sequence; "Are You Ready" for the closing credits.)


    It stars [a very fat] Matt Damon "David Norris", Emily Blunt "Elise Sellas", Anthony Mackie "Harry Mitchell", John Slattery "Richardson", Michael Kelly "Charlie Traynor", Terence Stamp "Thompson".

    David Norris (Matt Damon) is a young, charismatic politician running for the United States Senate. In 2006 he loses his early lead and is rehearsing his concession speech in the hotel bathroom, where he meets a woman hiding in one of the stalls. Having overheard his speech, she encourages him to be more original and honest. Attracted to each other, they kiss before being interrupted, and Norris leaves to make the speech. Inspired by the woman, Norris goes off script and makes an honest speech that is widely praised and makes him an early favorite for the 2010 Senate race.

    So we are immediately thrust into this "romance" between David Norris and Elise Sellas and off we go.  The bureau part comes in when Harry Mitchell is supposed to make Norris spill his coffee.  The audience is left in the dark for some time as to how Harry is supposed to do this.  It is not until 25 minutes into the film when Harry motions 2 blocks away from a speeding bus, that Norris is riding in, sitting next to Elise, that we see that the coffee spills itself.

    A few things are wrong with this film.  I don't know if it is actually the fault of Hollywood.  I don't know if it is the fault of the source material, Philip K. Dick's short story, "Adjustment Team".  Or just, the script writers dropped the ball.

    • the supposed romance between Matt Damon's character and Emily Blunt's character was never established as a real romance
    • the bureau is NEVER ironed out in the film
    • the conflict [ keeping Matt Damon's character from loving Emily Blunt's character ] is never adequately explained and the ball is dropped heavily on this one [ a very real point could have been made, but it wasn't ]
    Let's take these three criticisms.

    In the story, Norris kisses Elise in a bathroom before his concession speech is to be given.  The very idea that a woman is in a men's bathroom and in 2 seconds she kisses the main character, speaks of how much of a slut she is, rather than her being virtuous and the object of a real romance.

    What they did not show, and what would have made the scene FAR more sense, is if we had seen, previously, of how his romantic life was abysmal and the women he met were drab.  But, we didn't.  So, for this scene the only basis on this character is that he's a politician.  It conjured images of Bill Clinton, more than it conjured images of Romeo and Juliet.

    Based on this one kiss in the men's bathroom, the audience is supposed to deduce, and by deduce, I mean that there is no evidence on the screen, that there is a torrid romance brewing.

    But wait, it gets worse.  After that kiss, the next day, Norris happens to ride the same bus as Elise and they sit together, yet never see each other for 3 years after that day and somehow he is so in love with her that he would lay down his life for her, a slut he met in a men's bathroom.  Seriously?  Why is she a slut?  She kissed a strange guy in a bathroom after 3 sentences and ONLY STOPPED because his campaign manager walks in on them at that instant.  Lord knows where it would have gone.  I've seen pornos with better romantic development than this.  At least in a porno, the pool boy is an obvious attraction for the lonely housewife.

    The bureau or adjustment bureau, is never quite hashed out in the film.  This is where I always blame Hollywood, but the source material could have been lacking.  Let's go with blaming Hollywood.  They always put out pseudo-religious movies, but keep 10 paces behind actually saying anything religious on screen.  So the bureau seems to be a bunch of angels running around fixing man's life, but the film NEVER admits that.  At best we get a "could be, could be not" and a shrug of the shoulders.  But, in the same sentence when the question is put to Harry, we get also examples of other weird explanations, including aliens.  We never have any idea who these people are.

    So then we are left with the conflict of the story, that Norris cannot love Elise.  Why not?  We are never given a direct reason, or shall I say, we are never given an honest answer.  Since the bureau, obviously, is not above lying, anything that they say is suspect in the film.  Various explanations are given about the conflict but they are all contradictory.

    Finally, the ending was a complete let down.  Instead of some fantastic dramatic over the top punch to some political, social or religious current event, we are left with piss water happy ending.  or was it?

    I give The Adjustment Bureau a D minus for wasting my time.

    The acting was good though. :)

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    Where the Word "God" Comes From


    We've been exploring the roots of Christianity and the top 3 religions Judeo / Christian / Muslim and how they are actually rooted and derived from the very pagan and heathen religions they allegedly denounce vehemently.  In the end the conclusion is always that Judaism / Christianity / Muslim are all simply variations on pagan religions and are simply popular pagan religions.  The fact they try to call themselves non-pagan is laughable when over and over, every major event these religions celebrate are directly stolen from pagan religions.  In the end, they are simply religions and not derived from any god they pretend to be from.

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    Speaking of god, how can you have a discussion on modern religions without knowing where the very word god came from?  You cannot.  So if we wish to discuss these religions let's begin with the heart of all of these religions, the very being which they pretend to worship, god.  Just as before, the word god comes from... you guessed it... another pagan religion, the Hindu.  Unlike most other Americans, I have never considered Asian beliefs to ascend to the point of them being called religions.  They are more, Eastern Philosophies.  They are a way of thinking and living than they are, worshiping some obscure being that you have no control over and who in turns secretly controls your life.

    Although the top three religions vehemently denounce these pagan religions, the very essence of their religion, god, the word, comes directly from these religions.  In fact, the top three religions did not have a word for god, until they heard it from these pagan religions.  Not only that, but the word, god, is a very recent invention and was not around when the three religions were formed and their "holy scriptures" were supposedly written. 

    On a huge side note, the word god, when it is brought over into the top three religions, takes on a very masculine form and the being is seen as a man.  The original idea of the word god, was a gender neutral being.  Why do we think this matters?  Because it points out that man formulated the word god and the concept of god.  Because these societies are patriarchal, man centric, they then formulate the idea that god is a man.  They could not conceive of a being that is gender neutral.  The most important being in their entire society then, has to be a man, because it then means that men, the gender, are in command and always right.

    Oxford English Dictionary:

    "god (gρd). Also 3-4 godd. [Com. Teut.: OE. god (masc. in sing.; pl. godu, godo neut., godas masc.) corresponds to OFris., OS., Du. god masc., OHG. got, cot (MHG. got, mod.Ger. gott) masc., ON. goð, guð neut. and masc., pl. goð, guð neut. (later Icel. pl. guðir masc.; Sw., Da. gud), Goth. guÞ (masc. in sing.; pl. guÞa, guda neut.). The Goth. and ON. words always follow the neuter declension, though when used in the Christian sense they are syntactically masc. The OTeut. type is therefore *guđom neut., the adoption of the masculine concord being presumably due to the Christian use of the word. The neuter sb., in its original heathen use, would answer rather to L. numen than to L. deus. Another approximate equivalent of deus in OTeut. was *ansu-z (Goth. in latinized pl. form anses, ON. ρss, OE. Ós- in personal names, ésa genit. pl.); but this seems to have been applied only to the higher deities of the native pantheon, never to foreign gods; and it never came into Christian use.

     The ulterior etymology is disputed. Apart from the unlikely hypothesis of adoption from some foreign tongue, the OTeut. *gubom implies as its pre-Teut. type either *ghudho-m or *ghutó-m. The former does not appear to admit of explanation; but the latter would represent the neut. of the passive pple. of a root *gheu-.  There are two Aryan roots of the required form (both *glheu, with palatal aspirate): one meaning ‘to invoke’ (Skr. hū), the other ‘to pour, to offer sacrifice’ (Skr. hu, Gr. χέειν, OE. yéotan YETE v.). Hence *glhutó-m has been variously interpreted as ‘what is invoked’ (cf. Skr. puru-hūta ‘much-invoked’, an epithet of Indra) and as ‘what is worshipped by sacrifice’ (cf. Skr. hutá, which occurs in the sense ‘sacrificed to’ as well as in that of ‘offered in sacrifice’). Either of these conjectures is fairly plausible, as they both yield a sense practically coincident with the most obvious definition deducible from the actual use of the word, ‘an object of worship’.

    Some scholars, accepting the derivation from the root *glheu- to pour, have supposed the etymological sense to be ‘molten image’ (= Gr. χυγόν), but the assumed development of meaning seems very unlikely.

    Barnhart, Robert K (1995). The Barnhart Concise Dictionary of Etymology: the Origins of American English Words, page 323.

    The earliest written form of the Germanic word god comes from the 6th century Christian Codex Argenteus. The English word itself is derived from the Proto-Germanic * ǥuđan. Most linguists agree that the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European form * ǵhu-tó-m was based on the root * ǵhau(ə)-, which meant either "to call" or "to invoke".[4] The Germanic words for god were originally neuter—applying to both genders—but during the process of the Christianization of the Germanic peoples from their indigenous Germanic paganism, the word became a masculine syntactic form.[5]

    The capitalized form God was first used in Ulfilas's Gothic translation of the New Testament, to represent the Greek Theos. In the English language, the capitalization continues to represent a distinction between monotheistic "God" and "gods" in polytheism.[6][7] In spite of significant differences between religions such as Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, the Bahá'í Faith, and Judaism, the term "God" remains an English translation common to all. The name may signify any related or similar monotheistic deities, such as the early monotheism of Akhenaten and Zoroastrianism.

    When used in English within a community with a common monotheistic background, "God" always refers to the deity they share. Those with a background in different Abrahamic religions will usually agree on the deity they share, while still differing on details of belief and doctrine—they will disagree about attributes of [the] God, rather than thinking in terms of "my God" and "your (different) God".
    So we can see quite a few things from just studying the origins of the word god.  First, that it is derived from pagan religions.  If your being of worship and the center of your religion is derived from a pagan concept, what does that make your religion?  If your being of worship is directly derived from idol worship, what does that make your religion?

    I know these are heavy concepts to accept and probably, for some of you, grasp, but noone else talks about it, and you know us, we talk about things people are afraid to talk about.

    Are we afraid god is going to strike us dead for talking "bad" about "him"?  Not in the least bit.  We think the modern religions got the teachings of their religion wrong.  It's wrong in practice, and the concept was never embraced.  You cannot have a religion both teach about love, which all 3 do, and yet through the "religion" endorse slavery, murder, war, genocide.  That's where the practice of the religion diverges or goes away from the teachings of the religion.

    There is a saying, "Man is fallible, but God's Word is infallible."   Obviously whoever said that, did not scream that loud enough.  The religions have twisted the very ideas that they are pretending to worship.  They have used a message of hope and love to torture people with and render brilliant people dumb and killing themselves.  Millions of Africans were taught, worlwide that they must bow to the white man and discard all of their former names, beliefs, heritage, because "god" told them so and that "god" wants them to be slaves to white men.  And, what's worse, the Africans did discard their own beliefs, heritage, names, history and lineage to bow down to the very "god" they were taught, put them in slavery, and they never went back to their own ways.

    The top 3 religions are nothing more than religions.  They are nothing different than Voodoo, Hindu, Shinto, Osirian Worship etc.  They are simply religions.

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    Sunday, March 13, 2011

    Some Days I'd Like to Give up My Brain

    I Want to Be a Normal American


    Some days I sit and just look at all the horrible things that go on right in front of my face and I think, "how come no one sees this?"  But, I think I am the only one that is awake.  I think I am the only one that can see the strings being pulled.  I think I am the only one that sees the man behind the curtain, pulling the levers and working the pipes and pushing the peddles.  I think I am the only man in America that doesn't think putting business before government is not, business as usual.  I don't think anyone that is awake or cognizant of what is going on, could tolerate this insanity.  Then, in the still quiet of the morning, when I am feeling my lowest, and world is quiet and the sun is thinking about peeking over the horizon for a new day, that's when I think I should just be an American, a normal American.

    • I'd give up this brain and not have a care in the world, just as dumb as a box of hammers, silly as a slaughtered cow, and just as stupid a mule butting my head up against a tree, because I think it's in the way
    • I'd give up this brain and not have a concern about money, just as broke as I don't know what, giving my paycheck over to the government or the retail store just as fast as I could cash it, paying a fee to even get it cashed
    • I'd give up this brain and go buy overly expensive clothes to impress my clique, my friends, who can't afford the clothes they're in too, because that's what cool people wear, and we don't know they can afford it
    • I'd give up this brain and sign up for 20 credit cards and never pay them back, never being able to buy a house or a car ever in my life, and if I ever got married, the day I signed the "I do" papers, would be the day her credit would plummet just for being married to me 
    • I'd give up this brain and go take everything I could get my hands on, because that's what cool people do and if you talk bad about stuff, then you're automatically not cool, but if you do stuff and talk about doing stuff, you automatically are cool, because because because yeah, I'm too stupid to make up my own mind and look around seeing how stuff ruin people left and right and sheep them left and right
    • I'd give up this brain and have mad gender partners of all kinds, shapes, sizes and genders, because being gender is cool and hip and groovy baby, because that's what the cool kids say, who cares if it feels completely unnatural and hurts and you wind up bleeding, being cool and American is what it's all about right?
    • I'd give up this brain and walk into McDonalds and eat their chemcial burgers and not care that I'm suddenly addicted to a salt I can't even pronounce and a fake sugar I couldn't understand even with a chemistry degree, and who cares that I go from a size 28" waist to a 45" waist in 6 months, cuz that's what all the cool Americans do right?
    • I'd give up this brain and go get the stupid flu vaccine every August, because that's what the t.v. that I love to watch, and believe everything that comes out of it says, because everyone that is someone has to take the flu shot every August and ignore those stories about autism, Guillain-Barré, and people being paralyzed for the rest of their life, besides, I gotta be at the water cooler and complain how much the shot hurt at the water cooler in the office, at the job I don't have, cuz that's what cool Americans do.

    That's the life eh?

    And, you ask what would be the point of that?  You ask what would that accomplish?

    I'd be happy.  I wouldn't write political blogs and have people curse me out.  I wouldn't have my audience at one of my online t.v. shows, that is also political, call me at 3a.m. and curse me out.  I wouldn't have my facebook friends curse me out in public about how she hates my political links, because people on the internet want to hear jokes, not the news.  I'd have lots of druggy friends.  I have all sorts of disease infested gender , instead of no gender .  I think I'd be really happy in my ignorance.  I think I would be really popular.  I think I'd be stuff within 5 years.

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    Thursday, March 10, 2011

    African Albinos Being Hacked Up for Body Parts

    African Albinos Being Hacked Up for Body Parts


    You saw it briefly on Harry's Law the other night, but did you think it was real, because it was on a sitcom?  It actually is real.  African albinos are hunted down, held and their arms, legs, hair, heart and yes their genitals and  other body parts are hacked off of them and sold to witch doctors to give to people for good luck.  It is as gruesome as it sounds and it is very VERY real.

    African Albino
    So what is the American government doing?  Clearly this is a crime against humanity.  Right?  Isn't this what all the white people cry about when why eastern europeans kill other white eastern europeans?  Didn't they give amnesty to all of those white eastern europeans and pay for them to fly to america?  What about these African albinos?  Oh, nothing, not even a peep out of the government.  Make no mistake we are still paying to transport millions of white europeans into this country, to this very day, and noone says anything about it.  With our economy in the dumps, we are transporting healthy, NOT IN DANGER, white people into our country, on OUR DIME.  Africans are being hacked up to bits and not a peep out of our government.  Hell, they won't even drop free food over there.

    This is happening all along the eastern coast of Africa.  Yet the news, except for Aljazeera, is completely silent on the subject.




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    Wednesday, March 9, 2011

    Pagan Christians: Is Ash Wednesday a Pagan Holiday?

    Is Ash Wednesday a Pagan Holiday?


    Many Christians are starting to question these "religious" holidays that they are having to pay for, which is the normal origin of their questioning.  "Why am I paying for this holiday?"  "Where did this holiday come from?"  Sounds cynical, I'm sure, but that seems to be the order in which these, so called, Christians question whether something is actually biblical or not.  Well, I am sorry to inform you but Mardi Gras, Ash Wednesday, Lent AND Easter are all satan worship.  I'm sure some of you just spit out your coffee, but sadly it is true.  Read to the end of this article and you'll find the real origin of these.  Also, if you're at all NOT convinced, you have nothing more than to open your own bible and read.  People are going to churches all over the land and getting ashes placed on their foreheads and have no idea what it means, nor where it came from.  Nowhere in the Bible does it say any Rabbi or priest put an ash cross on someone's forehead.  Go look it up.  It is satanic in origin, as is Lent and Easter.  Some people might mistake the message of Christianity in general with the Lent observance of "giving up something" with repentance.  The two are not the same.  And, if you're a Christian only during Lent, then what does that say about you?  Let's get to the proof, shall we?

    Pagan Origin


    Give me that old time religion
    Alexander Hislop wrote:

    The forty days' abstinence of Lent was directly borrowed from the worshippers of the Babylonian goddess. Such a Lent of forty days, "in the spring of the year," is still observed by the Yezidis or Pagan Devil-worshippers of Koordistan, who have inherited it from their early masters, the Babylonians. Such a Lent of forty days was held in spring by the Pagan Mexicans, for thus we read in Humboldt, where he gives account of Mexican observances: "Three days after the vernal equinox...began a solemn fast of forty days in honour of the sun." Such a Lent of forty days was observed in Egypt, as may be seen on consulting Wilkinson's Egyptians. This Egyptian Lent of forty days, we are informed by Landseer, in his Sabean Researches, was held expressly in commemoration of Adonis or Osiris, the great mediatorial god. At the same time, the rape of Proserpine seems to have been commemorated, and in a similar manner; for Julius Firmicus informs us that, for "forty nights" the "wailing for Proserpine" continued; and from Arnobius we learn that the fast which the Pagans observed, called "Castus" or the "sacred" fast, was, by the Christians in his time, believed to have been primarily in imitation of the long fast of Ceres, when for many days she determinedly refused to eat on account of her "excess of sorrow," that is, on account of the loss of her daughter Proserpine, when carried away by Pluto...

        Among the Pagans this Lent seems to have been an indispensable preliminary to the great annual festival in commemoration of the death and resurrection of Tammuz, which was celebrated by alternate weeping and rejoicing, and which, in many countries, was considerably later than the Christian festival, being observed in Palestine and Assyria in June, therefore called the "month of Tammuz"; in Egypt, about the middle of May, and in Britain, some time in April. To conciliate the Pagans to nominal Christianity, Rome, pursuing its usual policy, took measures to get the Christian and Pagan festivals amalgamated, and, by a complicated but skilful adjustment of the calendar, it was found no difficult matter, in general, to get Paganism and Christianity--now far sunk in idolatry--in this as in so many other things, to shake hands...

        Let any one only read the atrocities that were commemorated during the "sacred fast" or Pagan Lent, as described by Arnobius and Clemens Alexandrinus, and surely he must blush for the Christianity of those who, with the full knowledge of all these abominations, "went down to Egypt for help" to stir up the languid devotion of the degenerate Church, and who could find no more excellent way to "revive" it, than by borrowing from so polluted a source; the absurdities and abominations connected with which the early Christian writers had held up to scorn. That Christians should ever think of introducing the Pagan abstinence of Lent was a sign of evil; it showed how low they had sunk, and it was also a cause of evil; it inevitably led to deeper degradation. Originally, even in Rome, Lent, with the preceding revelries of the Carnival, was entirely unknown; and even when fasting before the Christian Pasch was held to be necessary, it was by slow steps that, in this respect, it came to conform with the ritual of Paganism. What may have been the period of fasting in the Roman Church before sitting of the Nicene Council does not very clearly appear, but for a considerable period after that Council, we have distinct evidence that it did not exceed three weeks (Hislop A. Two Babylons. pp. 104-106).
    Get Your Pagan Calendar Out and Mark Down the Dates
    The Salt Lake Tribune - Jan 8, 2008

    Although the origins of Carnaval are shrouded in mystery, some believe the fest began as a pagan celebrationof spring’s arrival sometime during the Middle Ages. The Portuguese brought the celebration to Brazil in the 1500s, but it took on a decidedly local flavor by adopting Indian costumes and African rhythms. The word itself probably derives from the Latin “carne vale,” or “goodbye meat,” a reference to the Catholic tradition of giving up meat (and other fleshly temptations) during Lent…

    Rio’s first festivals were called entrudos, with locals dancing through the streets in colorful costumes and throwing mud, flour and suspicious-smelling liquids on one another. In the 19th century, Carnaval meant attending a lavish masked ball or participating in the orderly and rather vapid European-style parade. Rio’s poor citizens, bored by the finery but eager to celebrate, began holding their own parades, dancing through the streets to African-based rhythms…

    …an event that happens annually in Brazil on the days leading up to Ash Wednesday. In 2008, Carnaval officially begins Friday, Feb. 1, when the mayor gives the keys to the city to King Momo, the portly pleasure-seeker who ushers in the bacchanalia. The next four days are marked by neighborhood parties, lavish masked balls and impromptu fests all over town

    Columbia Encyclopedia:

    Carnival communal celebration, especially the religious celebration in Catholic countries that takes place just before Lent.

    Since early times carnivals have been accompanied by parades, masquerades, pageants, and other forms of revelry that had their origins in pre-Christian pagan rites, particularly fertility rites that were connected with the coming of spring and the rebirth of vegetation.

    One of the first recorded instances of an annual spring festival is the festival of Osiris in Egypt; it commemorated the renewal of life brought about by the yearly flooding of the Nile. In Athens, during the 6th cent. BC, a yearly celebration in honor of the god Dionysus was the first recorded instance of the use of a float.

    It was during the Roman Empire that carnivals reached an unparalleled peak of civil disorder and licentiousness. The major Roman carnivals were the Bacchanalia, the Saturnalia, and the Lupercalia. In Europe the tradition of spring fertility celebrations persisted well into Christian times, where carnivals reached their peak during the 14th and 15th cent.
    Because carnivals are deeply rooted in pagan superstitions and the folklore of Europe, the Roman Catholic Church was unable to stamp them out and finally accepted many of them as part of church activity



    Satanic Origin



    Mithra is not pagan, he's Satan
    Here is what Tertullian of Carthage (in eastern Egypt) noted near the beginning of the third century:

    Mithra there, (in the kingdom of Satan,) sets his marks on the foreheads of his soldiers (Tertullian. The Prescription against Heretics, Chapter 40. Translated by Peter Holmes, D.D., F.R.A.S.)

    Payam Nabarz wrote in the 21st century:

    Tertullian certainly writes that Mithras marks (signat) his soldiers on the forehead, but what 'sign'? Some writers have even speculated that this mark was the mark of the "Beast of Revelations," as the numerological value of the Sun is 666!...
    Mithratic...initiates...would henceforth have the Sun Cross on their foreheads. The similarity to the cross of ashes made on the forehead on the Christian Ash Wednesday is striking. Some have suggested this to be an example of the early Christians borrowing from the Mithratic cult; others suggest that both cults were drawing upon the same prototype (Nabarz P. The mysteries of Mithras: the pagan belief that shaped the Christian world. Inner Traditions / Bear & Company, 2005, p. 36).

    Satan is also waiting to be born again
    The 20th century writer Manly Hall wrote:

    Candidates who successfully passed the Mithraic initiations were called Lions and were marked upon their foreheads with the Egyptian cross. (Manly P. Hall Manly P. Hall (Author), J. Augustus Knapp (Illustrator) The Secret Teachings of all Ages. Originally published 1926, reprint Wilder Publications, 2009, p. 45)

    It appears that the idea of a cross on the forehead probably came from Egypt initially. Mithraism probably picked it up (there is some question about the exact mark on the forehead, but a type of cross seems to be the most likely). And sometime after the Church of Rome absobed some aspects of Mithraism, Ash Wednesday appeared.

    Others have felt, however, that it was adopted from India, and then made it to Rome. Notice what Barbara Walker reported:

    Ash Wednesday This allegedly Christian festival came from Roman paganism, which in turn took it from Vedic India. Ashes were considered the seed of the fire god Agni, with the power to absolve all sins...
    At Rome's New Year Feast of Atonement in March, people wore sackcloth and bathed in ashes to atone for their sins. Then as now, New Year's Eve was a festival for eating, drinking, and sinning, on the theory that all sins would be wiped out the following day. As the dying god of March, Mars took his worshippers' sins in with him into death. Therefore the carnival fell on dies martis, the Day of Mars. In English, this was Tuesday, because Mars was associated with the Saxon god Tiw. In French the carnival day was called Mardis Gras, "Fat Tuesday," the merrymaking day before Ash Wednesday. (Walker B. The woman's encyclopedia of myths and secrets. HarperCollins, 1983, pp. 66-67).
    (ref: http://www.cogwriter.com/lent.htm )


    Conclusion


    What is really sad is that the Bible says in many passages to NOT observe specifically, EASTER and other pagan holidays.  Even Jesus himself, rebuked the Pharisees for observing certain holidays.  People are thinking they are becoming more Christian by observing these festivals and holidays and observances, when in fact they are being led astray and devolving into satanic observances.

    What galls me is that if you ask a minister or priest where Easter comes from, he'd chop your head off if you even attempted to suggest it was not biblical AND not holy.  None of them can come to terms with the idea that they are just practicing what they were merely taught.  They had no inkling that perhaps everything they were taught as being Christian and biblical were in fact pagan and / or satanic.  But, I can't blame them.  I mean it takes quite a man to admit the was observing a satanic ritual, thinking it was actually holy.  Who can admit that to themselves, let alone, the public?  And, millions of Christians sit right in the pews every Sunday, knowing that what is being taught is NOT biblical and don't say a word.  Why?  Because, they reason, where else would they go?  Everyone has it wrong, so why leave?

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    Tuesday, March 1, 2011

    Bogus News Reports: Wisconsin

    False / Fraud News Reports: Wisconsin

    You read the headline on Yahoo News:

    Wisconsin voters express buyer’s remorse over Gov. Scott Walker

    and think to yourself that the sky is falling and that somehow what Governor Scott Walker is doing is wrong. What you don't know is that the reporters writing the drivel are bought and paid for, and the newspaper itself is a democrat supported branch. They are not going to tell you that public unions have a benefits package that's completely free of charge, bloated and completely out of sync with the private sector. No private sector employee, these days, receives a free medical, dental and retirement package, fully paid.

    Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker
    So, why the deception by the news media? They want the Wisconsin governor out of there. The teacher's union and public unions want their cake at tax payer's expense. While private company employees have to pay for their own healthcare, retirement, dental, insurance out of their own pocket 75% - 100%, depending on employer.  State workers are getting a free ride. Also, state workers now have higher salaries than private sector employees, in quite a few cross-compatible markets.

    If you're reading this and think that state workers SHOULD get higher salaries, then you're not understanding what a public job is.

    • It is paid for by taxpayers and therefor should be minimized at all possibilities
    • any tax payer paid job is a burden on the working class
    • any extra benefits that a public worker receives is an additional burden on a tax payer
    • any raise or new hire is an additional burden on tax payers
    • public jobs do not generate any money: i.e. they do not create money, any an all money they gain is from tax payers
    • any political position is a burden on tax payers
    • any agency is a burden on tax payers
    • police are also state workers, so the creation of extra branches within the police are a burden on tax payers: very often new departments within the police department are created without showing any need for them, nor showing how they even affect the crime rate.  They are just an extra burden on tax payers, for no other reason than to get shiny new riot gear or military grade equipment.  When a town, with a population of 250,000 creates a drug task force, without any showing of a drug epidemic in that small village, the police department is wasting public funds, and someone is getting rich in the process.
    There has been no scientific polling done in the state of Wisconsin, yet the news is calling for the governors head.  The average tax payer in Wisconsin has NOT been asked if they agree with the governor.  I am sure if the governor sat down and explained how money was being taken out of their $13.00 / hr paycheck, they would ALL side with him.

    Gov. Scott Walker (courtesy LA Times)
    Also, state budgets and state funding is done by the state, not the federal government.  No national poll or national opinion has anything to do with that state's internal affairs.  The news is being used outside of the state to try and put political pressure on this man.  He is trying to get out of a very deep and dark financial hole.  Yet, people think that the cash cow, the Wisconsin tax payer, is some how going to come up with more money and just keep throwing money in the hole.

    When the governor is faced with a hole and the state budget is leaking, you need to fix the leak.  His proposals are not even enough to fix the leaks they have.  Yet, the news media is being used to put pressure on him to stop doing what he is trying to do, i.e. fix a little of the problem.

    What is really wrong with the picture is that the governor is trying to SAVE state worker's jobs.  It seems that the members would rather fire a huge portion of their workers than take a small pay cut or ACTUALLY contribute to their own benefits.

    Walker says he's actually working to preserve jobs for state workers. By ending collective bargaining and forcing state workers to contribute 5.8% of their salaries toward pensions and doubling their health insurance contribution, his administration would save 1,500 jobs between now and July, Walker says.
    Seems kind of pointless to argue with those who are not intellectually honest about a situation.  I understand politics, but when you present something  as direct as the above, there's no politics behind it.  Those are crisp, shiny numbers.  As the saying goes, numbers don't lie.

    I say fire the workers and let them keep their salary.  The firing of 1,500 employees would massively save on the budget.  The real numbers are probably way above 1,500 to save the budget.  I am just guessing though.  I read somewhere that it's actually 5,500 jobs that would balance the budget.  It does include teachers, so people might be a little frustrated at firing that many people.


    Libertarian View


    Of course, this is just another republican governor being slammed by a democrat supported newspaper.  There is frankly, nothing to see here and nothing is going to change.  If libertarians were in charge we wouldn't be in this position at all.  There would be no massive spending and massive budgets.  The government would be tiny and the tax burden on state tax payers would be minuscule.  This very same Governor Scott Walker, usurped the Libertarian originated "tea party" and crowned himself a tea party conservative.

    At the end of the day, Governor Scott Walker, if allowed to do what he wants to, will probably come close to balancing the budget, however, in the wake of it the unions for state workers will be destroyed.  As a Libertarian, I don't know if that is a good or bad thing, but not allowing any collective bargaining in the current system is in fact a bad thing.  Under a Libertarian system it wouldn't be bad to not have collective bargaining, because Libertarians aren't out to destroy the American family, just the opposite, we're here to rebuild it.

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