How wonderful… Here we go again!



The response was very disappointing, like a well trained lap dog really, so I sent the following off to be laughed at…

Senator Christopher Murphy

Thank you for contacting me about foreign aid for the Palestinian people. I appreciate your correspondence and hope that you find this response hel…

—–Original Message—– 
From: “Iggy Makarevich”  
Sent: 9/8/2015 1:40:56 PM 
To: “Senator Christopher Murphy” <
Subject: Re: A message from the office of Senator Christopher Murphy 


Israel is not our friend. Quite the opposite. I strongly believe that 100% 
of US aid to them should be stopped. I would support military action to 
remove them from the illegal settlements. 
Why do you support apartheid? It wasn’t alright in South Africa, why is it
okay for Israel to do it? We give them so much money, just because they 
demand it. Do you actually think any of the aid you spoke of gets to the 
Palestinians? If you do then you are at best a dupe. Why do you support 
genocide, Senator? 
Additionally I feel that all US politicians who are dual citizens must be 
removed from office and disqualified.
Thanks and remember the USS Liberty. 
Iggy Makarevich

Would You Eat at Arby’s to Stand up to Bully Cops?

Dan Sanchez
September 3, 2015

(ANTIMEDIA) Pembroke Pines, FL — Police Sergeant Jennifer Martin rolled up to an Arby’s drive-thru Monday night, presumably hungry after a long day of menacing peaceful people with extortion threats.

Unfortunately for her dinner plans, she encountered at the window a young man whose moral sense and powers of observation somehow survived his American childhood intact. Much to her indignant surprise, instead of being offered the usual complimentary side order of “thank you for your service,” she herself was refused service by the 19-year-old clerk.

After being addressed curtly while placing her order, the salivating sergeant drove up to the pick-up window where she was informed by the manager that the clerk, “doesn’t want to serve you because you are a police officer.” Admirably, the manager even added that the young man had a right not to.

Shortly thereafter, Sergeant Martin returned on foot, demanding a refund over concern for the food’s safety — perhaps projecting her own profession’s standards and presuming that cop critics must be as willing to contaminate food as cops are to contaminate evidence. She petulantly collected the manager’s information for tattling purposes, along with her money. Meanwhile, the clerk continued to refuse to speak to her.

The Arby’s CEO later called Martin’s chief to apologize, and the company promised to “…be sure that our policy of inclusion is understood and adhered to.

Of course, for the local police unions, this is not nearly enough groveling and punishment for such an egregious act of lèse-majesté. One union official shamelessly referencedthe fatal attacks on the men and women in uniform in America” and the president’s lack of leadership while simpering about the roast-beef-related incident.

He insisted that it “…warrants much more than an apology. […] Until corrective action is taken and the employees involved in this incident are terminated, we are calling for a national boycott of Arby’s.”

Wouldn’t it be something if this call had the same opposite effect as the 2012 attempt to boycott Chik-fil-A? What if supporters of the brave young drive-thru clerk flocked to Arby’s, driving up record sales to make a statement? That would certainly amplify his act of protest, and foil yet another attempt by police unions to bully and silence critics.

Call it #SandwichSolidarity. When police accountability activists risk their jobs — and worse, incur the indignation of vindictive cops — surely eating a few times at Arby’s is not toomuch a sacrifice to provide one of them with support.

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Further comment unnecessary.


Well, I had never seen anything like this before but now I have and now you’re seeing it, too. And that’s good because it begs the question of why and it’s great food for our historical thoughts.


The beat goes on…


Peace out.

This nifty sculpture, which mau be somewhere in New York, is entitled You blew me away and is the creation of Penny Hardy.



Video  —  Posted: August 31st, 2015 in Art, good cheer
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Regulars will be aware of the depths of my admiration for this man. Too awesome for words.

Don’t hear this one too often.


There’s like a minute of blank at the end for some reason but great audio and a great picture.



“Rudolph Zallinger’s painting of cynognathus for the Brooke Bond tea card album

Photos from Alan Friswell’s post in Vintage Dinosaur Pictures

This group gets some pretty cool art posted to it. The kind of superb stuff that graced the books of my youth, assuring a never ending love of ancient life.


Well, it simply must be “done,” right?

This image appeared on my tumblr dashboard courtesy of a poster of interest called the weird wide web.

Naturally I would like it to be so, but it is just here cuz I like the picture!

I do seem to have a soft spot for unicorns, I will say that. I remember some teaser utoobian clip from Yurrop somewhere (Germany?) a few years ago that was also nicely done.


A little lesson on attitude adjustment from a childhood (and still) hero.


Awww, warm fuzzies!

Posted: April 30th, 2015 in good cheer, humor
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You see?
Such a lovely lad, he was… such warm feelings twixt ‘im and Eva.
It must have been so lonely for her to be sitting alone shut away all those years after he died. Poor little thing.
I -had- to post this… it is just so delicious and hey, man, even Greg Bishop liked it!

Well, It IS What He Did…

Posted: March 30th, 2015 in Forteana


This is actually true, according to my limited knowledge of the official story.

And assuming for a moment that the story is true … that the dude did this, well, all I can say to that is that there exists a crying need for this activity to happen again.

And as soon as possible, too.

It has been said for years that money is the problem.

Even the very concept of it, as far as I’m concerned.

So anyway this image appeared on my facebook newsfeed today and I thought you might like it.


Feeling His Pain

Posted: March 16th, 2015 in Forteana


Another from my facebook newsfeed… I think very highly of this sequence.

I think we both know exactly what this man is experiencing.



I Love This Guy

Posted: March 12th, 2015 in Forteana

A hero this man is.

From the minute I first saw this, way back when it happened, I have loved this guy for doing what so many wish they could. I was appalled when they put him in jail while the war criminal got to write his memoir… Pfft.


Carl Jung – Face to Face [BBC – 1959]:


I found this fascinating. On many levels. This man is awesome. I was actually quite impressed with the interviewer, too. They don’t make ’em like that anymore.

I often contemplate the nature of living things in their powerful desire to keep living at all costs insofar as that is the way it should be, as it were.

I think about it because a lot of the time I do not feel that feeling or force or whatever it is. It is troubling. And frequent.

I wish I could talk to this guy.

I no longer think my mind can be sorted, though. Like my eyes, it is far too late.

I may add more to this, we’ll see.


As you can see, America is missing a few years, nevertheless, we have come pretty close to making the effort to be at war with someone perpetual. The authorities are working to make sure that there are no gaps in future.
(Image off of Mint Press News on facebook.)


War. It's what we do.

Das Auto

Posted: February 19th, 2015 in Forteana


A beautiful shot of the iconic people’s car. An early example of the fabulous work of Dr. Porsche.

Truly a masterpiece.


The Holland County, Michigan UFO Incident (1994):

This collection of audio recordings is refreshing, I find, especially the last two, which are of calls between the weather service and the 911 dispatcher. Very cool. Seems legit…

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

DiarioPrensa DelCentro Uploaded on May 10, 2011

Fantasmas en el Edén Hotel de La Falda

Wow, now this is cool… and unexpected, really…

This place has a fascinating history, even without any mention of ghosts. Built by Germans long before the war, it was as extremely advanced in it’s facilities and amenities as it was extreme in it’s remoteness. It had a fleet of Fords for the guests to use. It had an elevator. And it had a plastic surgery suite.

Yes, that’s right. A plastic surgery suite. In the middle of nowhere. La Palma in Cordoba is hundreds and hundreds of miles away from anything and everything. Takes a while to get there even today.

You see, this was a place primarily designed to assist the escaping high end Nazis of the future in their zest for reintegration into society, aided by a permanent disguise, as it were. The hotel has a watchtower. A very tall one. Yes. Doesn’t your hotel?

I had been aware that Einstein had stayed there along with many famous people. I was not aware of ghosts, though!

I had been getting into it because I have been looking pretty deeply into the Nazis being down there and this place was key… in fact the most notorious guests, of the Annex, a large, luxurious building located on the hotel campus, were none other than Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Hitler—from 1955 until his death in the mid 60s or 70s. They’d made a few visits previously to hang out with his good friends, the Eichorns who owned the place.

More about them later, hopefully, if I can budget time properly.

So, for now, let’s enjoy some ghosts!