OH, REALLY?

After reading this—dodo

“What happens should nuclear war occur is a total unknown, he said.

It would almost certainly result in hundreds of thousands, if not millions of deaths, with devastation on an unprecedented scale …”

sourced:  CLICK HERE 

 

—one might ask

  • how bad were the ice ages
  • and the asteroidal impacts that created them?
  • Created? Or remediated?

Bugger … I need more coffee.

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INCONSISTENCIES—

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—lead to misunderstandings, and

SUCH MISUNDERSTANDINGS

can lead to mistakes—which can further along the track escalate into real unpleasantness.

ONE OF THE TOOLS

to help prevent such would be to get away from ‘newspeak’ and atully apply the lingo the wai it were writ and wunce tort at shool. Skool, bugger, now im too also doing it as well…

SO WE QUESTIONS

all and dont’ except modern twists and turns which are programmed by knaves to entrap the fools innocents. try this on for size—

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—which I pulled in this morning from New Zealand’s once mighty (and definitive~!*) ‘New Zealand Herald’.

My impression is that it was sourced from overseas and accepted on faith value, and simply rerun as a filler/grabber. Could be wrong~?

It’s quite redundant that the guy who shot her is now an ‘ex’ boyfriend … but if all is accurately reported and truthful, the lassie in that snap doesn’t look overly suicidal or even worried. It doesn’t look to me as an ‘ex’ relationship.

Suicide? One could ask why someone about to die (knowingly) would be taking photographs … but that’s just the bitterness in me coming to the surface. So relaxed, too. Great actress.

BUT NOBODY CAN CLAIM

accident, can they? He shot her in the back of the head—she’d have dropped on the spot, as-is where-is … and ‘once between the eyes’?

So he flipped her over …Why? (Dumb question: so he could shoot her between the eyes, of course.) (Sheesh.) After which he nonchalantly shoved her over the edge.

ONE OF THE PENALTIES

imposed back in the days of sail for murder aboard a ship at sea was for the transgressor to be tied to the deceased and both thrown overboard whilst under way. I like it.

THE ARTICLE

concludes with the now mandatory homily, words to the effect that ‘if you have mental problems help is always at hand’. Sweet.

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So how flexible are the US ‘justice’ systems?

A court initially ruled Bunner would be tried as a youthful offender, which would have meant he could have served a maximum of just three years behind bars.”

ISN’T IT TIME THAT

we in the western world damned well stopped being ‘nice’ and bending over backwards for people who run around being anti-social? (Oubliette springs to mind …)

 

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  * But that was back in the days when they had proof readers (professional nit-pickers who questioned all and accepted nothing on simple say-so. All gone now, and the world is a sorrier place).

 

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AHA~!

fiddleYOU DON’T FOOL ME~!!

Not a bit, Mr Trump, you and the Asian guy with that other funny haircut*—

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I know what you’re up to …

BUT FIRST

WE REALLY SHOULD READ THIS

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CLICK HERE

—which as a Conspiracy Theorist (First Class, Dip Hons and stuff) myself my deviously deranged mind makes links and connections not open to mere mortals—

TO CUT TO THE CHASE

and a conclusion entirely obvious:

(a) the world is heating up, no?

(b) Trump and Wossisphace are diplomatically yelling abuse,

(c) and making untenable threats

(d) which sooner or later

(e) will lead to

(f) put up, or shut up

(g) and neither can will back down.

NUCLEAR ‘WARNING SHOTS’ smiley-boom

would become nuclear exchanges in the wink of an eye (first to take his eye off the ball loses)(big time). So, too, does the other guy but as winner he gets to feel good about it. Briefly.

NUCLEAR WARS

we are told quickly become life-changing events. Climate changing, even—and  following very quickly on the tails of a nuclear war is a ‘nuclear winter’. So?

SO COME ON

wake up and small the sulphur—

the nuclear winter cancels out the global warming

boom boom!

I knew it, I’m a genius!

Not only that but it clears away the nasty little oik with the funny haircut too. Brilliant! Okaaaaaayyyy … there may be a few collateral damages but you can’t make an egg without cracking an omelette, right?

WHY ELSE

would the nice Mr Trump be allowed to rave on in public the way he’s reported?

COULD IT BE

that in fact he is merely a simple puppet, on strings being pulled by (shock, gasp, horror) shadowy figures behind the scenes? You know, the unelected permanent governments? The guys who when the SHTF will take refuge in purpose-built hidden bunkers tucked away somewhere safe?

Don’t ask me—I’m just the local Conspiracy Nutter.

As a voter you should be doing your own sums—

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—from somewhere with a good view, preferably. Make the most of it …

 

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*   Is their unusual coiffure some kind of private badge of sub tabula brotherhood?

STILL THIS IS

ONE OF THE MOST

poignant of images I’ve ever seen—

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—make of it what you will. Don’t just glance at it and flick on—take time to look at it.

Sadly I can’t credit the source, I didn’t note it at the time.

But it grabs … no, wrong word … it eviscerates.

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“MAY THE POWER OF CHRIST

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—uniformed con-man in the Reese Witherspoon movie ‘Just Like Heaven’. He kept saying it, waving his holy brush and desperately sloshing sacred water all over the place, getting more and more desperate with every failful attempt.

SO?

So run your peepers over this wee lot—

Texas megachurch pastor Robert Jeffress, one of President Donald Trump’s evangelical advisers  … released a statement saying the president has the moral authority to take out North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.

“When it comes to how we should deal with evil doers, the Bible, in the book of Romans, is very clear: God has endowed rulers full power to use whatever means necessary – including war – to stop evil,” Jeffress said. “In the case of North Korea, God has given Trump authority to take out Kim Jong Un.”

Oh, wow.

Eeek, too.

Jeffress said in a phone interview that he was prompted to make the statement after Trump said that if North Korea’s threats to the United States continue, Pyongyang will be “met with fire and fury like the world has never seen.”

That makes me feel ever so good. With God on my side, I shall fear no evil—for then I am with the most evil son-of-a-bitch in the universe.

But still I has me qualms …

The biblical passage Romans 13 gives the government authority to deal with evildoers …  “That gives the government to the authority to do whatever, whether it’s assassination, capital punishment or evil punishment to quell the actions of evildoers like Kim Jong Un,” he said.

’nuff said. Twitch twitch

Back to the ol’ rum bottle and damn the torpedoes: “Bring aft the rum, Darbs!” Actually ol’ Darbs makes better sense than any US President in recent years (other than the one they popped off that time) (for making sense).

But wait, it gets even better—

… Romans 12, which says, “Do not repay evil for evil,” but Jeffress says that that passage is referring to Christians, not to the government.

“A Christian writer asked me, ‘Don’t you want the president to embody the Sermon on the Mount?'” he said, referring to Jesus’ famous sermon. “I said absolutely not.”

How can you help but love these wee scamps?

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for link to source article—click the smug salivating salvation expert above

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FICTION MADE

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In earlier years we had characters like Buck Rogers, Flash Gordon, Space Kingley, and more recently herds of newbies like Han Solo. All good clean fun, safely in the realms of fiction.

THEY COULD

and did fly about in space, talk face-to face over huge distances and zap each other with ray guns.

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AND NOW

we have exited the world of fiction. Or have we entered it? For your fiendly fiction now manifest—

 

CLICK HERE

 

—coming soon to the seas near you. Now ponder all possible meanings of that most expressive of words:  Eeek!

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It’s all progress. Of a sort …

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… finding new and ever more better ways to kill each other. There’s no shortage of imagery on the web of the USN’s wee ray gun being demonstrated—it will only ever be used for defensive purposes of course, likewise all the others once the US has proven the concept …

 

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GOOD ORDER, AND

NAVAL DISCIPLINE

I forget who said it but it’s as valid today as when he said it—

 

“NOTHING IS ACHIEVED WITHOUT DISCIPLINE”

 

—and methinks the wee fellow had a point. So now cast your eyes upon these sinners who didn’t obey a direct order—

“… on August 15, Command Task Force made a signal, “Cease Hostilities against Japan.” Gambia was under attack by Japanese aircraft at the time that the ceasefire was announced …. While the cease-fire signal was still flying, Spitfires were overhead engaging a Japanese aircraft. The latter dropped a bomb, which fell into the sea between HMS Indefatigable and Gambia. The enemy aircraft was shot down by the Spitfires, a part of it falling on board Gambia. No further enemy air attacks were made, but several snoopers were shot down by patrolling aircraft out of sight of the fleet, which retired to await events …”

to read more from source: CLICK HERE 

Ooooooh … naughty! We should tell on them? Dammit, they’ll upset the Snowflakes … or was it simply that ol’ survival instinct kicking in? Could shooting down an aircraft in time of peace be a war-crime?

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Don’t ask me—I’m just a dum’ dog.

And if the ship in the pic above looks a bit less than glamorous, that could be because the scruffy bucket had recently been busy.

And bear in mind: there’s no ladies in that thing.

AND they had a goodly slug of real rum issued every day, and (eeek) access to beer. Sin~!

As someone pointed out in a kiwi blog recently, sailors used to go to sea in mess-decks. Today it’s cabins. All good clean fun … I wandered through the modern HMNZS Otago not long ago and found it to be most comfy and egalitarian, with officers pitching in to ‘load ship’ and all very matey indeed. Where the ‘old’ navy used to have steel and stuff this was frilly curtains. Nice. Sweet, even.

But then, I’m ‘old navy’—

—I understand they load the guns from the other end these days?*.

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Old navy … Yank navy, not ours. How would ours have performed?**

As for the USS Liberty above—a vivid example of what can be accomplished with ‘good order and naval discipline’.

What say you, Snowflakes?

 

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*    But the bang still comes out the same place.

** Yes, it is scruffy. You’d think the skipper would have had a bit more pride …