Amazing how Hamas has recruited all these women and children as terrorists, huh?
Gaza – Ma’an – Sixteen out of the 28 killed in Israeli airstrikes since New Year’s Eve were children; nine were from the same family, nine of the adults killed were women.
The percentage of Israeli casualties that are children in 2009 is 57%.
On Friday the bodies of the Rayan family children were buried, and Palestinian medical sources confirmed the deaths of three more Palestinians under 17.
Seven Palestinians have been killed since midnight Thursday bringing the death toll to 428 and the injured to 2,220 on day seven of the Israeli operation.
There is no way I want my freaking tax dollars paying for this shit, nor do I want my country to be associated with this type of killing. Barack Hussein Obama MUST stop our killing and supporting of killers. Otherwise he is another George W Bush. (I beg you to prove me wrong)
After my personal experiences with family and friends who have suffered of various illnesses or have died of cancer and were scared to use because of “stigma”, I have been studying this subject (for many years), truly researching the plant and following scientific research that is basically only conducted in other parts of the world (with few exceptions). I could go down the list of supposed dangerous issues derived from consuming cannabis, but my hope is to get anyone that visits to list the most dangerous thing about it, so that I can show where such a thing is unfounded and a product of propaganda.
In other words, I am willing to debate any issue regarding the substance and feel that I have enough data to back any debate detail to prove the point.
To begin with, I will list what I think is the very most dangerous aspect of the plant:
Can we now get started or perhaps you just want to watch the following:
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Economic Collapse of 2009 – Better To Be Informed Than In The Dark – Here’s Reality
Could it happen?
Every indication is that job losses are at all time highs. Loss of wealth is at all time highs.
Wall Street truly runs Washington (and have done so to the ground).
I must make note one of my favorite legal bloggers, Jonathon Turley, in his recent win (and well deserved). Note that this wasn’t ‘just’ a win, but a blow out… by huge margins. I won’t pretend to know the significance of the award, but since I began following him just after starting it about a year ago, I knew it was something worthy of an RSS feed and a close follow.
Mr Turley is seen on NBC quite often (and on other networks, as well), especially on Countdown and Rachel Maddow.
But its not just the fact that he is “famous”; I found that this guy is hilarious, quick witted, loves his family dearly and is/has fun (not the stuffy legal professor I envision). Please check him out.
Well, the results are in and weeks of defamatory attacks on our opposing bloggers and the unrestrained use of the politics of personal destruction have paid off: the Turley blog was voted the Number One law professor blog and legal theory blog in the annual survey of the American Bar Association’s survey. Earlier, it was selected as one of the top 100 legal blogs overall. That is not bad for a blog that is only roughly a year old and it is entirely due to our regulars at the cyber bar we called the Turley blog. Your overindulgence, obsessive compulsiveness, and general lack of restraint have made us what we are today, a group of dysfunctional miscreants. But we are now the Number One dysfunctional miscreants in our category. Well done Team Turley (if I may be so bold). Not to overplay the victory, but this is the first key step to total blogosphere domination and eventual control of the time space continuum.
Here is the finishing line up:
1. JonathanTurley.org (670)
2. Mirror of Justice (256)
3. TaxProf Blog (231)
4. Professor Bainbridge (132)
5. The Faculty Blog (University of Chicago) (109)
6. The Feminist Law Professors (103)
7. The Becker-Posner Blog (92)
8. Balkinization (84)
9. Concurring Opinions (75)
10. ACS Blog (65)
10. PrawfsBlog (65)
12. The Conglomerate (63)
13. The Lessig Blog (50)
14. Law School Innovation (39)
15. Empirical Legal Studies (35)
Now for my victory speech:
“Fans, for the past two weeks you have been reading about the [the survey]. Yet today I consider myself the luckiest man on the face of this earth. I have been in [teaching for over] seventeen years and have never received anything but kindness and encouragement from you fans.
“Look at these grand men. Which of you wouldn’t consider it the highlight of his career just to associate with them for even one day? Sure, I’m lucky. Who wouldn’t consider it an honor to have known Mespo? Rafflaw, Patty C, Mike Spindell, FFLEO, Jill, Buddha is Laughing, WayneBro, Bob, Vince, Sally, Seamus, Sherry, RCampbell, Gyges, Mojo, MASkeptic, jonolan, BuelahMan, C.Everett Kook, LindyLou, Mike Appleton, . . . Sure, I’m lucky.
“When the Giants, a team you would give your right arm to beat, and vice versa, sends you a gift – that’s something. When everybody down to the groundskeepers and those boys in white coats remember you with trophies – that’s something. When you have a wonderful mother-in-law who takes sides with you in squabbles with her own daughter – that’s something. When you have a father and a mother who work all their lives so you can have an education and build your body – it’s a blessing. When you have a wife who has been a tower of strength and shown more courage than you dreamed existed – that’s the finest I know.
“So I close in saying that I may have had a tough [blog], but I have an awful lot to live for.”