1/31/2007

Obama’s Grudge Factor

Filed under: Politics — 6:26 pm

Can’t blame the man for that. I would do the same thing…as a matter of fact Faux News distorts any news that is not in the GOP’s best interest. I will predict that they will soon be ranting and raving about the Clinton Body Count before too long. I received it in my email today, just as I did the Obama propoganda.

These are chilly days on Capitol Hill … and on the campaign trail for Fox News journalists — at least when they’re anywhere near Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.).

Prank Call to Arms

Filed under: Humor — 10:10 am

Military recruiters are desperate to fill the ranks. But just how desperate?

1/30/2007

We’re drowning in high fructose corn syrup. Do the risks go beyond our waistline?

Filed under: Conspiracy,Corruption,Health,Politics,SWEET — 10:56 pm

This is a 2004 article. Bottom line is that whrn you drink high fructose sorn syrup you can’t tell when you are full. Corn production is highly subsidized and will likely get more expensive as we move into ethanol production. I would suspect both sides of the aisle are financed by farm interests and are reluctant to divulge damaging information about corn.

Almost all nutritionists finger high fructose corn syrup consumption as a major culprit in the nation’s obesity crisis . The inexpensive sweetener flooded the American food supply in the early 1980s, just about the time the nation’s obesity rate started its unprecedented climb.

Loading high fructose corn syrup into increasingly larger portions of soda and processed food has packed more calories into us and more money into food processing companies, say nutritionists and food activists. But some health experts argue that the issue is bigger than mere calories. The theory goes like this: The body processes the fructose in high fructose corn syrup differently than it does old-fashioned cane or beet sugar, which in turn alters the way metabolic-regulating hormones function. It also forces the liver to kick more fat out into the bloodstream.

The end result is that our bodies are essentially tricked into wanting to eat more and at the same time, we are storing more fat.

Will Wal-Mart sell electricity one day?

Filed under: Energy,Technology — 8:00 pm

Wal-Mart enters power industry to cut costs at Texas stores

FBI turns to broad new wiretap method

Filed under: Bush Whacked,Conspiracy,Technology — 7:55 pm

The FBI appears to have adopted an invasive Internet surveillance technique that collects far more data on innocent Americans than previously has been disclosed.

Ohm, the former Justice Department attorney who presented a paper on the Fourth Amendment, said he has doubts about the constitutionality of full-pipe recording. “The question that’s interesting, although I don’t know whether it’s so clear, is whether this is illegal, whether it’s constitutional,” he said. “Is Congress even aware they’re doing this? I don’t know the answers.”

Cleaning up a Ubuntu GNU/Linux system

Filed under: Linux — 3:39 pm

Ubuntu Tutorials (Dapper – Edgy – Feisty): Cleaning up a Ubuntu GNU/Linux system

I want a Freeware Utility to … 450+ common problems solved

Filed under: SWEET,Technology — 3:31 pm

I want a Freeware Utility to … 450+ common problems solved

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