Author Archives: dhyatt

More left wing aggression…

And with the triple slaying of Muslim students in Chapel Hill this week, over a combination of who knows what, we have a self-described progressive liberal and a 'devout atheist' (I'm not sure what that is but I bet some of you think you do) who proves once and for all that left wing kooks are just as dangerous as their right wing counterparts.

Traffic

Not sure if just Summer and kids out of school or what but almost every road in Cary has about twice as much traffic on it as I'm used to seeing :sad10:

Posting without comment…

National Republican Congressional Campaign using fake Democrat websites to lure voters


http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com...ers/?hpt=hp_t1

In a statement to CNN, the DCCC wrote, “It is not the DCCC’s practice to make websites that could be confused with the opponents site.” Undeterred, the National Republican Congressional Committee thinks it has a winner and will create more fake websites as the 2014 midterm elections draw near.

Barack “Bringing Chicago Politics to DC” Obama

In case any of you missed the thuggery on display by White House directed Park Service employees, this is exactly how despots operate:

Make a public display out of hurting any common man (or woman) whom dares to dissent, making it clear that he or she will comply or suffer.

Being not afraid to draw such comparisons, these are exactly the kind of tactics employed by Nazi Germany.

Sign, sign everywhere a sign except at Carpenter Farm Supply

7 years later, the signs fall prey to their own karmic wave.

http://www.carynews.com/2013/03/26/7...arys-sign.html

http://www.wisdomsdoor.com/rc4/hrc4-17.shtml

Quote:

Originally Posted by Brent View Post
As inidicated in my letter to the Cary News , I think it's a shame that the Carpenter Farm Supply sign is to be torn down. Although the sign is relatively modern and lacking any formal historic designation, some of us feel it contributes to the character of the Carpenter Historic District (a pole sign of some form has stood at this location for about as long as the store has been there...90 years or so).

In fact, my front yard has this:





It's especially galling that at the same time Staff is sending out letters to private business owners to tear down their pole signs or incur fines, government is putting up its own pole signs.

Some have compared the taxpayer-financed signs to Hampton Inn signs. That being the case, don't be surprised if you see something like this on the new pole signs from your friends in Cary government:



:evil: :P :evil: :P

Death of Hugo Chavez

New personal goal in life, should be easy to reach. Live longer than Chavez, irritate fewer people, be less of a hypocrite. I think I stand a real chance at this one.

You Cannot Make This Stuff Up

Uhh..... Yea, ok...

http://www.wral.com/shark-falls-from...urse/11702640/

Shark falls from sky onto Calif. golf course

Posted: 9:03 p.m. yesterday
Updated: 9:05 p.m. yesterday SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Calif. &mdashNobody yelled "Fore!" at a Southern California golf course when a 2-foot-long shark dropped out of the sky and flopped around on the 12th tee.
The 2-pound leopard shark was apparently plucked from the ocean by a bird then dropped on San Juan Hills Golf Club, Melissa McCormack, director of club operations, said Thursday.
No one was teeing up when the shark fell Monday afternoon, although some golfers had just left the area, she said.
A course marshal, who makes sure players maintain an appropriate pace, saw something moving around on the tee and went to investigate. He found the shark bleeding with puncture wounds, where it seems the bird had held it in its grasp.
The marshal put the shark in his golf cart and drove it back to the clubhouse.
"He went above and beyond," McCormack said.
The marshal, McCormack and employee Bryan Stizer wanted to help the small shark, so they stuck it in a bucket of water. Then somebody remembered it wasn't a fresh water animal, so they stirred up some "homemade sea water" using sea salt from the kitchen, she said.
"We knew we had to get it to the ocean as fast as possible," McCormack said.
She grabbed a photo of the shark before Stizer headed to the sea.
"When Brian put it in the water, it didn't move," she said, "but then it flipped and took off."
It's the first time anyone could remember a shark falling from the sky at the golf course.
"We have your typical coyotes, skunks and the occasional mountain lion, but nothing like a shark," McCormack said.

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