Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Can Dennis Rodman save the world?

Seemingly overnight the whole North Korea/Kim Jong-Un discussion is now the easily unhingeable despot may possess an actual hydrogen bomb.  Think fusion not fission and over 10X the power of an A-bomb.  If Kim can customize it for the nose of one of his ICBMs he can conceivably detonate it at a very high altitude thus causing a superpowerful electromagnetic pulse (EMP) completely destroying the US power grid.  This whole thing reminds me of a bad Austin Powers movie.

27 comments:

  1. ...with Kim Jong Un in the role of 'Mini-me'?

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  2. Houston still under water and another high category hurricane headed for the SE coast. Since the
    global warming deniers deny the new superstorms, can it be that Kim Jong UN has hired Jim
    Cantore and is controlling our weather? What's next, the Great Yonkers Blizzard of 2020?
    Sharknados? Only the quantum bit computer knows....

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  3. Yesterday my friend and I went to Best Buy. They have a section of things for your smart home and another section for Samsung wireless charging stands. I can't keep up with this stuff.

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  4. Rush Limbaugh says Harvey is a creation of the left designed to push the climate change agenda. I understand that there are some people who believe Harvey is a hoax. Alternative facts.

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    1. Limbaugh and his loyal followers are more worried about 'the left' than NK's H-bomb, hurricanes
      ripping up the coast and tax 'reform' that will again go the the rich and corporations. Been hanging
      around the RW blogs and they mostly still want to jail Hillary, put Obama in zoo and obliterate Hollywood. Still, they got elected, right?

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    2. Even when they win they're angry.

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  5. Have barely seen the sun all week, been covered in wood smoke. Lots of forest fires out this way . Sort of normal, but we have had no rain for 3 months now. Did it all fall on Houston?

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  6. Rush Limbaugh thinks Hurricane Irma is a conspiracy and Jennifer Lawrence thinks it's all Trump's fault. Is there something in the air?

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  7. My mother the Trump supporter: "Al Gore was right all those years ago, and they laughed at him, and look at things now."

    BB, are you safe from the fires?

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  8. Out west, the logging industry has been complaining about restricted logging in the national forests.
    The argument is that more profits could be made and many more logging jobs would employ
    thousands of laid off workers. Yeah, right.

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  9. Snippets to ponder-
    In 2008, two Georgia men claimed they had a body, photos of the body and DNA evidence of a Bigfoot. A few days later, evidence surfaced that the DNA was that of an opossum and the body was really a frozen gorilla suit.

    “Unsurprisingly, just 12 percent of Americans think the Obamacare rollout has gone well,” he said on the Senate floor. “That’s less than the 14 percent of Americans who believe in Bigfoot”

    According to a poll from Public Policy Polling released Tuesday, 53 percent of those surveyed said they prefer the current Affordable Care Act over the Republicans' American Health Care Act. Just 27percent said they prefer the AHCA over the ACA.

    Other recent polls have indicated that public belief in things like conspiracy theories or other pseudo-scientific phenomena are equally prevalent. For example, 21% of Americans think the government is hiding aliens, 28% of Americans believe that a mysterious, secret elite power is plotting a New World Order (NWO) and 14% of Americans believe in Bigfoot. Recent psychological research has found a surprising relationship between these types of personal convictions; espousal of conspiracy theories, pseudo-science and belief in the paranormal turn out to be highly correlated with one another. What could explain these findings?

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  10. Maybe they listen to too much InfoWars.

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  11. Why is there this bias against conspiracy theories when we already had MK-ULTRA and Tuskegee? Those were actual conspiracies you could say that actually existed. A group of international bankers that really run things and pull the strings (aka power and influence) on a global basis. The far-fetched aspect of this escapes me. Bigfoot folk don't pose a threat to society as far as I can see. As for the paranormal an agnostic is not gonna entertain that anyway so that one all depends on your worldview. The House Select Committee on Assassinations in the 70's concluded the murder of JFK was probably a conspiracy. I don't believe in the majority of conspiracy theories but I'm a wee bit more open-minded.

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    1. “For those who are honestly searching for answers, there is a difference between being open-minded and being naive. There also comes a time when one needs to choose sides. Fence-sitting is only for those who have interests on both sides and has more to do with opportunism and waiting to see which side will win rather than a question of what is right or wrong.
      Certainly, let us be open-minded and appreciate views contrary to our own and even accept them if they appear more reasonable than our own,but let us also learn to discern and contemplate on the logic and reality of what has been proffered and not simply accept what sounds agreeable or even worse, what "feels" right to us. And let us keep in mind that the determined enemies of change must necessarily be those who profit from the present undesirable situation. They can never be and never will be convinced with reason. And they will resort to all means, fair or foul to promote their unholy agendas with all the resources at their disposal. Let us at least not be their unwitting pawns.”
      -Steemit (a Reddit from the Philippines) IMO, the argument from logic will always permit of a certain
      percentage of doubt for whatever reasons. We posit that percentage is reflected in the split acceptance of conspiracy theories.

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    2. & yet the VRWC theorized by Hillary is readily accepted by the Left.

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  12. Went to the doctor today. On the newsrack was Heart Failure magazine. Snazzy title.

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    1. Yeah, 'Living Happily With Stage 4 Emphysema', 'Colonoscopy Crosswords', 'Selected Readings in Elepantitis' and 'Tinnitus Times' add to the usual 'Golf Digest' and 'Skiing the Alps', which most doctors subsribe to. A couple of physicals back, the doc caught me waiting in the exam room wearing
      the classic backwords exam blouse halfway through dismantiling the plastic torso: had to put it back
      together and ask where the spleen went.

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    2. Is it too early for me to subscribe to Arthritis Today?

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  13. I'm thinking one of these times, Kim Jong Kardashian is going to miss his target and wreck Tibbets Brook Park.

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    1. & kill the elusive Tibbets Brook Sasquatch.

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  14. Rumor Dept-
    ..a movement to build a Great Wall around N Korea and make Kim pay for it.

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  15. Can Dennis Rodman Save The World?
    Can Dennis Rodman figure out how to use his tool ?

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    1. HOW did you stumble across that? Should be used in Sex-Ed to teach kids to abstain.

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    2. RodMan and KimDong seem to share some traits. Quite a pair , huh?

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    3. Gaddafi had the same deal going. The mentally insane rise to power - a recurring theme throughout History.

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  16. My friend offered today that Kim Jong-Un's testing of his hydrogen bombs might be causing earthquakes across the globe. Thought I'd ask for an erudite opinion.

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