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I'm still laughing after watching the video at the site... the lady sitting next to him on the stage is laughing her ass off... I'm sorry, it shouldn't be funny, but... oh well...

The white supremacist attempting to turn a small North Dakotan town into a ‘white enclave’ has undergone a DNA test which proves he is of Sub-Saharan African heritage, MailOnline can reveal.

Craig Cobb, 62, submitted to the test as part of The Trisha Show’s ongoing Race in America series and was given the results of the DNA Diagnostics test by the host, Trisha Goddard, to the whoops of her studio audience.

On hearing the results Cobb, who insists he is not a white supremacist but a Creator, a religion which favours ‘racial awareness’, immediately dismissed the news that genetically he is 14 per cent Sub Saharan African, 86 per cent European, as ‘statistical noise.’

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I live in Kansas City Missouri and its thunder snowing like hell here.  They are closing down major interstates, declaring states of emergencies all over the place.  Schools, banks, businesses and,the frigging MALLS are closed.  

Where I live we are getting about 2" an hour with expectations of 12" to 14" with blizzard conditions and white outs..

Only the weather channel even has coverage.  The whole state of Kansas and most of Missouri is paralyzed and its heading north toward Chicago.  It's a huge storm. It's weird.

It's been 45 years or longer since we've had a storm this bad.

We will now return you to your regularly scheduled program...



noun biˈlēf
beliefs, plural
         An acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists
            - his belief in the value of hard work
            - a belief that solitude nourishes creativity

         Something one accepts as true or real; a firmly held opinion or conviction
            - contrary to popular belief, Aramaic is a living language
            - we're prepared to fight for our beliefs

        A religious conviction
            - Christian beliefs
            - I'm afraid to say belief has gone
            - local beliefs and customs

        Trust, faith, or confidence in someone or something
            - a belief in democratic politics
            - I've still got belief in myself

    Web definitions
        any cognitive content held as true

        Mental acceptance of a claim as truth regardless of supporting or contrary
         empirical evidence;
Something believed; The quality or state of believing;
        Religious faith; One's religious or moral convictions

        impression: a vague idea in which some confidence is placed;
       "his impression of her was favorable"; "what are your feelings
        about the crisis?"; "it strengthened my belief in his sincerity";
        "I had a feeling that she was lying"

        (believing) the cognitive process that leads to convictions; "seeing is believing"

        Belief is the psychological state in which an individual holds a proposition or    
        premise to be true.


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Fri Dec 16, 2011 at 09:52 AM PST

A life time life line

by Statusquomustgo

I don't know what to say... there was no message, it just happened.

There are no ads!

Somebody wake me up... am I dreaming....


I couldn't believe that someone would do this for me.  
I cried, jumped for joy, and did the happy dance...


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Fri Jun 10, 2011 at 07:40 AM PDT

Animals After the Tornado

by Statusquomustgo

I received this email from a friend showing animals rescued after a tornado. Don't know which tornado or where these pictures were taken but I want to thank the people that saved these animals. as well as all the people everywhere that did the same thing. I have made bold the commentary that came with the pictures and have added my own thoughts at the end.

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Can you believe this?  I just heard about it this morning, and it has been going on
since 2009 with over 700 earthquakes in the last 6 months .  Things that make you hmmmmmmm....

“Several small earthquakes ranging in magnitude from 1.8 to 3.8 have rattled the north-central Arkansas cities of Greenbrier and Guy this week, and the cause is unknown,” the Associated Press wrote yesterday.

More earthquakes struck last night, “including a preliminary magnitude 4.0 quake in central Arkansas and a 3.2 magnitude tremor in the eastern part of the state,” KY3 reports. A dozen more earthquakes have struck today, the biggest of which was a magnitude 4.3.

Over 700 earthquakes have occurred in this region in the last six months, a few dozen or more this week.

Arkansas earthquakes related to fracking? (& Mass Bird & Fish Deaths?)
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