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  • Meteorite Crashes to Earth in Nicaraguan Capital City Managua

    09/08/2014 2:03:40 PM PDT · 50 of 64
    George Varnum to EDINVA

    If you read the article:

    You’ll see that that is exactly what Dutchsinse (who is very good at predicting earthquakes BTW) speculates. He thinks it’s essentially the same thing that happened back when they had the meteor explode over Russia and come down in a lake about a year ago shortly after another “near pass” by an asteroid.

    That last asteroid might have been a closer call than we were led to believe it was.

  • Meteorite Crashes to Earth in Nicaraguan Capital City Managua

    09/08/2014 10:03:31 AM PDT · 25 of 64
    George Varnum to montag813

    Re #15; I’m sure the ROP would proclaim it to be an “Act of Allah”.

  • Meteorite Crashes to Earth in Nicaraguan Capital City Managua

    09/08/2014 9:27:09 AM PDT · 1 of 64
    George Varnum
    Yow! I haven't seen this on any news feed or media before this. Good thing it didn't come down in a populated area!
  • 'Burn IS Flag Challenge' Sparks Political Inferno

    09/06/2014 1:59:54 PM PDT · 41 of 63
    George Varnum to HotHunt

    Re #39 - I LIKE it!!! 8^D

  • 'Burn IS Flag Challenge' Sparks Political Inferno

    09/06/2014 10:17:34 AM PDT · 1 of 63
    George Varnum
    AS we all know, it is legally considered "Free Speech" under the First Amendment to burn or desecrate an American Flag in public as an act of protest or contempt - but if we try that with a Hammas or ISIS flag, will we face arrest and prosecution for a "Hate crime"?

    Apparently a few people who are getting fed up with the wholesale slaughter and head - chopping by fanatic ISIS barbarians are willing to risk it.

  • Anti-Tank Missiles Deflected by New Israeli Defense System

    07/25/2014 6:05:55 AM PDT · 20 of 58
    George Varnum to wally_bert

    Oh, I’m sure there will be plenty of Abrams around - only ISIS will be driving most of them, with a few in Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and in other Muslim enclaves around the globe.

    Our advanced military technology seems to keep mysteriously migrating into Islamist’s hands while our military is systematically degraded and purged of it’s leadership.

  • Greenfield: Friday Afternoon Roundup - This is what Revolution Looks Like

    07/06/2014 5:34:13 AM PDT · 14 of 28
    George Varnum to Louis Foxwell

    There is a Member of the Citizen’s Grand Jury up here in Maine who has apparently, as of last month, declared Civil War on the regime:

    He has ordered General Ham to take charge of the US Military, re designated as the “Grand Army of the Republic” (A Veteran’s fraternal organization of Union Civil War Veterans that ceased to exist after the last Member died some time in the 1950s) and re capture the Republic back from the pretentious Lawyer and Bankster controlled corporate entity that has been posing as our legitimate government since 1866.

    This Patriot (also named Robinson) appears to base his headquarters in a trailer park in Brunswick, Maine.

    I rather suspect that if anyone in a position of real power took him the least bit seriously, he’d have been “dealt with” well before now. Perhaps if they notice him at all they consider him to be rather amusing, so they let him live.

    His proposal makes for some engaging fantasy, however.

    CW-II or no, a lot of people seem to be getting the strong sense that the status quo in Omerikka is unsustainable and quickly becoming untenable.

    Something’s gotta give here eventually before it gets a whole lot worse, as just about everyone expects it to.

    Stay tuned....

  • Connecting The Dots: 20 Reasons Obama Is A Radical Muslim

    06/17/2014 2:06:44 PM PDT · 14 of 28
    George Varnum to Diogenesis

    Obeyme would love an excuse to turn on and possibly even attack Israel.
    He told some Arabs back when he was first elected that they would know that he was a Brother Muslim when they saw what he will do to Israel.

    Just ask Avi Lipkin.

  • FBI: Valrico 'Doomsday prepper' still at large

    06/17/2014 7:57:30 AM PDT · 60 of 83
    George Varnum to sport

    This guy obviously isn’t a Muslim, because if he were he’d be getting a big fat leaving alone and more likely than not a lucrative federal subsidy.

  • Earthquake: 3.7 quake strikes near Westwood

    06/02/2014 12:40:17 AM PDT · 22 of 25
    George Varnum to ConservativeStatement

    This “Dutchsinse” guy has accurately predicted a good number of quakes, including the M9 in Japan a couple of years ago and has an interesting system for keeping track of them.

    If he says to hang on tight in your area, I’d suggest you clear the decks of anything breakable and be prepared for interesting times.

  • M7.5 - 37km N of Tecpan de Galeana, Mexico

    04/18/2014 8:27:04 AM PDT · 11 of 19
    George Varnum to Baynative

    From USGS:

    M 7.5 - 37km N of Tecpan de Galeana, Mexico
    Time: 2014-04-18 10:27:29 UTC-04:00
    Location: 17.585°N 100.741°W
    Depth: 48.6km

    Has anyone heard anything about tsunami warnings, since this was a coastal area?

  • Blood Red Moon quite a sight

    04/15/2014 5:48:25 AM PDT · 34 of 47
    George Varnum to ThePatriotsFlag

    I fell asleep at the keyboard around midnight and didn’t wake up until around 0400 - didn’t matter as here in Maine we were completely overcast and a fog had rolled in under that.

    The next “Blood Moon” of the Tetrad will be in the Fall at the Jewish Feast of Sukkot; Hope we have better luck with that one.

    Eschatologist Scottie Clarke has been following it for a while now and has an interesting take on it, FWIW:

  • Hey Gay Rights Fascists: In Spite of Your Mozilla Victory, You Will Still Lose

    04/07/2014 10:40:02 AM PDT · 38 of 41
    George Varnum to Mad Dawgg

    I posted this on FB over the weekend and surprise; I have yet to be banished into outer darkness!

    Since the MOZILLA Corporate site seems well insulated against user feedback or communication, I’ll just hang my gripe about them on FB as well as a few other public forums and perhaps they’ll eventually get the message.

    Apparently I’m not the only Mozilla user to have heartburn over their blatently capricious and hateful discrimination against former CEO Brendan Eich in retaliation for his failure to conform with the apparently dominant militant corporate homosexual agenda.

    (Link back to this FR discussion)

    Had this been a bunch of “Breeders” driving a Sodomite out of his position because of his personal lifestyle / sexuality choices and activism, we all know that there would be hell to pay, and more likely than not the entire corporation would be quickly destroyed and some people would not only be litigated out of their socks, they could very well be facing hard prison time.

    I really don’t care what Mozilla management and staff do in their spare time or how they “swing” in their personal lives; that’s really none of my business.

    I’ve used the Mozilla browser and E-mail server programs for years, and the old Netscape Navigator system before Mozilla took it over some time ago.
    It’s not been perfect, but for the price (free) I really can’t complain.
    Currently I’m running Mozilla “Sea Monkey” browser / e-mail suite package, and it does about everything I need to do on the internet, and does it acceptably well.
    A Mozilla user’s forum
    has been really helpful where the official company support utility can be a little tough to penetrate and marginally responsive. Then again what do we want for free?

    When any entity, individual or corporate, turns their chosen moral, values, and lifestyles into a dictatorial mandate and imposes it on others, aggressively persecuting and punishing anyone who dares to disagree or who fails or refuses to conform to their standards of philosophy, religion, political ideology or morality, then a critical line has been crossed.

    As about any homosexual or lesbian would probably insist, a persons personal sexuality or relational choices have little if anything to do with their ability or competence to perform their work or pursue their career of choice.
    Any employer who discriminated against an employee or corporate officer solely on the basis of their homosexuality would be in serious violation of not only popular social standards, but civil and criminal law as well, and subject to judicial litigation and / or prosecution and sanction for their discrimination.
    Surely there would be economic sanctions from the “Gey” community as well, as they have effectively demonstrated many times in the past. Their political and economic power as a group seems far more formidible than their population percentages might suggest, and it is not a faction to be thwarted or meddled with lightly.

    Traditonal heterosexuals, particularly in the Christian community, seem to have no such influence or respect, despite a dwindling yet probably still superior numerical advantage. Not only are we fair game for many forms of discrimination and public contempt and humiliation, but outright persecution has been increasingly tolerated by society at large to the point where it now seems rather popular and trendy.

    They haven’t started feeding us to the lions like the Roman Empire used to do... not here in America anyway... not yet... but in all too many instances if a Believer wants to hold on to a decent job, enroll in a college or university, or simply stay out of trouble they had best keep their spiritual and moral convictions a close secret from all but the most trusted of fellow Believers, lest they find the wrath of Sodom poured out upon them and suffer considerable Earthly consequences.

    As we are expected to be ever tolerant of alternative belief traditons and lifestyles, we are being tolerated less and persecuted more, while expected to just shut up and get used to it.

    While discrimination against a homosexual is a high crime and misdemeanor in our society, discrimination and even overt persecution against a person of Faith (as long as it isn’t Islam of course) is generally “cool”.

    This diminishment of tolerance for the Christian and to some extent Jewish Faith and moral traditions was one of the points expressed in the movie “God Isn’t Dead” - although I think that the movie could have gone even further to expose the issue.

    Getting back to Mozilla; I really don’t like to boycott anyone over differences of opinion, but I also don’t feel that tolerating such blatant, spiteful persecution of a CEO on the sole basis of his dissent from the homosexual agenda bodes well for the integrity of our society at large.

    If we tolerate or just ignore such corporate terrorism, it will surely get worse, and the implications for future resentments, tensions, and conflict will likely be exacerbated to the point where bad things are likely to happen.

    So should I abandon and uninstall my Mozilla products in protest?

    At the moment I’m seriously contemplating doing just that, even though I can’t see where it’s going to economically impact Mozilla very much to speak of.
    I will certainly stop recommending their progams to friends and associates, as I have been doing for years now.

    As much as I really don’t care for GOOGLE, their “Chrome” browser seems to be a pretty stable and capable browser alternative. I’ve used it a couple of times and have no complaints.

    What I’m going to use for my e-mail however I’m not sure; have tried several of the freeware alternatives and haven’t really liked any of them.
    Of course importability of address books and mail folders is an important feature.

    Does anyone have a suggestion?

  • Gold And Silver Go From Bearish To More Bearish

    03/28/2014 10:40:31 AM PDT · 23 of 24
    George Varnum to CharlesWayneCT

    Re your #19... Wow; I didn’t know there was another one of me out there!

    I can curse a company just by investing in it. It’s a gift... I guess.

    Had I bought gold back when it was $338 (my financial counselor said “NAAAAH; you don’t want GOLD!!!” - of course he was not selling gold at the time) they would have discovered a mountain full of it or it would be found to be environmentally hazardous (like mercury, which used to be a semi precious metal) and I’d have to pay a waste abatement crew to come and haul it away.

    I invested in an Israeli oil company just so I could lose my money and get it over with; so far my $1000 has grown into about $362, and although they have yet to go completely belly up they have been asking for a lot of prayer lately.
    Oh well; I consider Israel to be a worthy cause, in the interest of global charity if nothing else.

    I get my silver (gold is too rich for my blood) from

    I just pounced on some when they offered free shipping and spot dropped below $20, at which point I don’t figure I can go too far wrong a little bit at a time. Since then it’s dropped even more and now has gone back up to $19.85.

    It used to be not so much an “investment” as it was a hedge against inflation even if it never appreciated much...
    Now I consider it to be a hedge against total collapse.

    I like the Canadian Maple Leafs; they are .9999 pure and can be cut in a spiral, straightened out into an electrode, and used to generate colloidal silver, an old but still fairly effective antimicrobial / disinfectant solution.

    Whether you buy on line or at a coin shop, there is a premium. Minted currency is a good idea, but I mix some “rounds”, bullion and “Industrial” silver (which usually comes as out dated mixed rounds, some of which are kind of interesting) in as the premiums are generally less.

    If you have an “underground” source or buy at flea markets and such, all the better; not too many counterfeiters bother with silver, although you have to watch out for Chinese gold plated tungsten slugs being passed off as gold. Informal transactions are less apt to be noticed by “IVAN” who could come around with my APMEX purchase records and demand on pain of enhanced interrogation that I hand it over.

    As to storage, some people use a safe but that’s the fist place the barbarians will look for it, and there is no safe made they can’t cut into or torture you into opening for them. If you bury it it might turn black but won’t deteriorate appreciably.

    I diversify; I hide some, stash some, and have simply lost some of it and don’t know what the blazes I did with it. I like to carry a real dollar around in my pocket and they fall out into recliner chairs or car seats, or into the pile of debris in my closet when I hang my trous up at night. Hopefully in time of need a few will turn up here and there.

    Some commemorative coins and bars make good gifts, and I’ve given out several of them.

  • Adice Needed For Windows XP Upgrade

    03/23/2014 5:57:35 AM PDT · 107 of 108
    George Varnum to rarestia

    Have tried to install LINUX several times over the years but have never been smart enough to install it on any computer.
    I could only download “tarball” files which I didn’t have a clue as to what to do with. Have (and have wasted)several CDs full of useless tarball files.

    Just downloaded MINT “Cinnamon” to a thumb drive but it’s a “hybrid *.iso” file which I have no idea how to install.

    None of the instructions make any sense to me, so apparently I’m still too stupid to join the ranks of LINUX users.

    Do you still have to be an advanced technogeek in order to run LINUX?
    Is there any other way?

  • Adice Needed For Windows XP Upgrade

    03/23/2014 5:29:32 AM PDT · 106 of 108
    George Varnum to TChad

    Installed classic shell but can’t see much of a difference.
    Only the start menu seems a little different but it does not work any better.
    Explorer is still slow, quirky, and annoying when saving or fetching files.

    So much for that experiment, but thanks 4 suggestion anyway.

    Still getting the fingers on chalkboard noise when opening a window or tab in Sea Monkey, too.

    Apparently i’m not smart enough to dig that out and fix it.
    Posted question on MOzilla TS forum and we’ll see if they have any ideas.

  • 14 earthquakes recorded in Oklahoma since Friday

    03/22/2014 10:30:32 PM PDT · 52 of 80
    George Varnum to Star Traveler

    Here is a guy - “Dutchsense” - who called the Fukishima quake and tsunami to within a couple of days well in advance along with several others - he has a system that seems to be worth keeping an eye on. You might find him interesting as I do.

    Dutch is pretty sure that the OK quake cluster is fracking related, but the jury is still out as to whether it might not be a good thing that stresses are being relieved a little bit at a time - lots of little quakes - which might prevent a major quake later on.

    He is warning that we should expect to see more seismic activity along the East Coast and possibly in the New Madrid area as well any time now.

  • Hilarious – RUSH: Putin Sings ‘Come Back Barry, When You Grow A Pair’

    03/20/2014 1:21:05 PM PDT · 20 of 31
    George Varnum to Hot Tabasco

    Don’t feel bad - as soon as GOOGle took You Tube over my password no longer worked and I’m locked out too.

    The song seems to have been deleted from the video linked above and only a few seconds of Rush’s comments left. He’s pretty tight with his copyrighted material and about the only way you are going to get his parody songs is to buy the album from the guy who makes them. Paul Shankland I think it is.

  • Malaysia Airlines MH370: Tony Abbott says possible debris found in Indian Ocean [live thread]

    03/20/2014 8:50:52 AM PDT · 376 of 522
    George Varnum to motoman

    Last I heard the family took a powder the day prior to when the ill fated flight took off.

    Looking at what little we know (or have been told) in context, the AU debries field looks a lot like a red herring “Oh look!; A Squirrel!” distraction.

    One of the more interesting - and plausible theories as near as I can tell:

    I sensed an “Allah Achbwah” moment right away, and I don’t think I’ll be disappointed when the facts are finally discovered.

    He could have dropped down to wave top level to avoid radar as soon as he cleared the Malasian coast (which is why he dropped off of military radar) then maneuvered under the NW bound flight and climbed up underneath it, so that when he got back into the radar (if there was any at that point) they would have seen only one “blip” and assumed it was the legitimate flight.

    Unfortunately if the good guys (my hopes are with Mossad) don’t find out where it is before they torture the intel out of those 20 some stealth technology experts who were on board and make modifications to the 777 in order to cloak it, the next time we hear about it might involve a nuclear fireball over Israel (probably TelAviv) or a US target - most likely NYC.

    It won’t take long for Muslims to torture what they want out of those Technicians.

    They could fly it direct route accross the Atlantic away from normal flight paths or shipping lanes, drop down to skim the ocean on final approach then climb up to optimum detonation altitude (about 800 ft. IIRC) over the tower and with a lusty “Allahu-Awchbwah!” hit the trigger.

    That airliner, IMHO, will soon be a stealth suicide nuclear cruise missile, if it hasn’t already been converted and loaded.

    If NYC is picked as the target, I think it will be because the Moozies are enraged that NY not only wouldn’t let them build a Rabbat (Victory Mosque marking the site of another Islamic conquest) on or near the site, but replaced the WTC with the “Freedom Tower” as a symbol of defiance, and they can’t wait to take that down too.

    Besides; there are a lot of Jews living there.
    Target rich environment... Jihaddis love those.

    Methinks NYC might not be a smart place to be hanging around over the next year or so.

    Just like after the first WTC bomb failed to take the towers down, they’ll be back - this time with a nuke.
    If that goes off - as well it might - it will leave a nasty mark.

    Casualties would be in the multiple millions and the economic repercussions all over the world would be devastating.
    Look what happened to the stock market right after 9/11/01 - and that will pale by comparison to what I’m sure they have planned for us the next time.

    If you see all the NY Cabbies - most of whom are reportedly Muslims - go on strike and disappear and the enclaves empty out as the Somalis suddenly decide to go home on vacation to visit their families (”refugees”, right?) it might be a good time for New Yawkahz to get out of town for a while too.
    Stay tuned....

  • Earthquake off of Eureka, California 6.9

    03/13/2014 12:57:25 PM PDT · 31 of 31
    George Varnum to Lurkina.n.Learnin

    Another one recently, a little further out to sea apparently:

    M 5.2 - 209km WSW of Gold Beach, Oregon
    Time: 2014-03-13 15:11:35 UTC-04:00
    Location: 41.890°N 126.857°W
    Depth: 10.0km

    I would not expect much if any damage, but somebody out there probably noticed it.

    Preceeded just a few hours earlier by a M 6.3 - 13km N of Kunisaki-shi, Japan.

    I’ve noticed that sometimes when you get one over on that side of the Pacific there is apt to be an “echo” quake over on this side shortly thereafter. Maybe the Oregon one was just such an echo.

  • Large explosion, fire in East Harlem; at least 11 hurt

    03/12/2014 7:31:25 AM PDT · 49 of 98
    George Varnum to TomGuy

    It’s NEVER too early for conspiracy theories!

    Now don’t mess it up for us, eh? We’re having so much fun.

    Since we’ve got our tinfoilhelm strapped on nice and snug we might as well keep going; we’re on a roll!

    Domestic management who is monitoring FOX just said a small area is cordoned off and the building was being renovated. Contains a grocery store, so who really knows at this point?

    I like the meth lab theory, but probably not if they had construction going on.

  • Large explosion, fire in East Harlem; at least 11 hurt

    03/12/2014 7:25:21 AM PDT · 45 of 98
    George Varnum to rdl6989

    FOX is running with it - at this point little more than speculation as to causality or casualties.

    From under my tinfoil hat I’m speculating that because this was probably not a high value target for Jihad, perhaps Achmett was brewing up his offering to Muchmett and had a premature detonation.

    I hope responders are going in with gieger counters; the compression charge for a nuclear device can be pretty substantial, and capable of a lot of destruction even if it does not sufficiently condense the core to critical mass.
    That core is highly radioactive however, and would create a “dirty bomb” effect even if it didn’t go full Hiroshima on us.

    Apparently the Boston Marathon Jihaddis made up their pressure cooker bombs in a similar apartment complex near the campus of the college they were attending or had attended on student visas.

    Interesting coincidence that the scene seems close to Columbia U, isn’t it?

    Is this area known to be a Muslim enclave by any chance?

    Wouldn’t it be a shame if not only were hundreds if not thousands of innocent Kafir spared by such a PD, but the only casualties turn out to be disciples of the ROP?

    I’m convinced that Islam is not done with NYC yet by any means, and will not stop planning and plotting for it’s total destruction until it is completely leveled and possibly uninhabitable due to radiation or WMD contamination for many years to come.

    That could happen any day now.... and perhaps it just almost did.

  • Earthquake off of Eureka, California 6.9

    03/09/2014 11:02:45 PM PDT · 17 of 31
    George Varnum to Lurkina.n.Learnin

    Last night there was this down in Southern Mexico:

    M 6.3 - 32km SW of Santiago Pinotepa Nacional, Mexico

    Wonder if there was any connection; pretty much the same fault line, isn’t it?

    San Diego is about half way in between... if I lived there I might be a little nervous!

    Stay tuned to “Dutchsinse”, a guy who has a system with EQs and has called several of them including the big one in Japan with uncanny accuracy.

  • Earthquake off of Eureka, California 6.9

    03/09/2014 10:54:53 PM PDT · 14 of 31
    George Varnum to Lurkina.n.Learnin

    Several smaller aftershocks - one closer to the shore:

    M 3.4 - 26km SW of Ferndale, California

    Time: 2014-03-10 01:32:25 UTC-04:00
    Location: 40.379°N 124.437°W
    Depth: 27.2km

    Did you feel that one?

    Stay tuned; you’ll probably get a few more over the next several hours - hopefully nothing serious.

  • Anyone feel that earthquake?

    03/08/2014 5:49:57 AM PST · 34 of 35
    George Varnum to Yaelle

    A more recent one:
    M 3.4 - 17km S of Carmel-by-the-Sea, California
    Time: 2014-03-08 07:53:19 UTC-05:00
    Location: 36.398°N 121.926°W
    Depth: 3.6km

    They had a M 5.0 - 237km SSW of Avalon, California on the 4th. A 5 will get your attention if you’re in the neighborhood. This came after a couple of weeks of relative quiet around the Pacific plate.
    Things seem to be picking back up again, especially from the Philippines up through Japan. The Alutians and AK are always rumbling.

    You might be interested in checking in on this “You Tube Prophet” who has called a number of big ones before they happened, including the Fukashima Tsunami, within a couple of days well in advance.

    He’s got a system, and it seems pretty reliable.

    I keep the USGS EQ map - updates every minute - on a tab on my browser and check it often.
    Frequency and intensity have been ramping up over the past few years, and I wonder if it’s a “sign of the times”.

    Matthew 24:7 ~ “...For nation shall rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.”

  • Connecticut halts plans to round up firearms after finding most cops in the state are on the list

    03/08/2014 5:19:59 AM PST · 25 of 34
    George Varnum to The Working Man

    I would expect the enforcers to be exempted, as well as the politicians and their associated Union thugs, party donors, bureaucrats and political hacks.

    I would not expect to see the doors of any inner city gangsta cribs being kicked in, nor confiscation SWAT teams venturing into any Muslim enclaves.

    Enforcement is typically quite selective, and I presume confiscation will be too.

    Race (White), religion (Christian or Jewish) and political ideology (they have the voter registration and political donation data base as well as NRA Membership lists and whatever else the NSA cares to share with them to compare with their “scofflaw” list, you can bet) will be factors in determining who gets visited by the gestapo first, and who will be “taught a lesson” and “made an example of”.

    Anyone who resists will be used to reenforce the propaganda that all NRA or TEA Members, Veterans or whoever can be associated with the probably dead insurgent are “radical/violent/terrorists”.

    Thousands of sheeple will cheer the gestapo on and bleat with delight while they mow you down and / or incinerate your home and family.

    I keep getting a sinking feeling that this is probably not going to end well.

    If you think that armed resistance is going to work, check with those who resisted gun confiscation under Hugo Chavez in Venezuela a few years back.

  • Adice Needed For Windows XP Upgrade

    03/07/2014 1:39:25 AM PST · 100 of 108
    George Varnum to TChad

    Thanks - just installed classic shell and we’ll give it a go and see how it works.

    One minor annoyance - I use Mozilla Sea Monkey for browser, and like the tabbed set up - but whenever I open a tab i get a really annoying and loud “b’ZZZoit” sound.
    Have tried to disable it in control panel, but can’t.
    Tried locating the sound / *.wav file to delete it, but can’t find that either (and I listened to all of them trying to find it). Nothing to change sounds in Edit > Preferences either.
    Any suggestions?
    TIA - GV

  • Adice Needed For Windows XP Upgrade

    03/02/2014 6:39:36 AM PST · 56 of 108
    George Varnum to hoosierham

    I keep an old XP in the cellar for a back up, and use a newer laptop running W-7.

    The W7 is fast and stable enough, but I really dislike the way the file menues present and the difficulty of selecting a file without missing the window a little with the cursor and having the menu disappear and having to start over again.

    Having to scroll around looking for my file is a pain as well, and the list keeps popping up and down making it frustrating to catch a file even after I find it.
    I can’t seem to maneuver up and down the filepath from explorer like I used to on XP.
    W-XP was a lot more stable and intuitive.

    Looking for some way to modify / retrofit W7 to operate more like XP, I found a program to do it (Windows will only offer it for PRO versions, which I don’t have) but it’s complexity scared me off.

    Any suggestions?

  • Police: Several Injured After Shooting In Columbia Mall (Howard County, MD)

    01/25/2014 8:52:07 AM PST · 4 of 180
    George Varnum to kristinn

    The regime is getting desperate to disarm the sheeple again, so here come the weaponized Zombies to the schools and shopping malls... again.

    Hardly a day passes in the last couple of weeks but what some loonie finds a target rich gun-free environment and starts shooting the place up.

    What a funny “coincidence” eh?

    Stand by for the strident presidential bloviation demanding “common sense gun control”... again.

    Don’t be surprised if he end runs Congress and gets a reach for his Imperial pen this time.

    Stay tuned.

  • Quake - 6.5, Puerto Rico

    01/13/2014 12:01:09 AM PST · 31 of 37
    George Varnum to gleeaikin

    Recent after shock:

    M 4.6 - 49km N of Hatillo, Puerto Rico

    Time: 2014-01-13 02:12:21 UTC-05:00
    Location: 18.935°N 66.796°W
    Depth: 35.1km

  • THE GLENN BECK RADIO PROGRAM, Live 9am-Noon weekdays ET, Jan 8, 2014 Wednesday

    01/08/2014 10:40:26 AM PST · 16 of 19
    George Varnum to rightwingintelligentsia

    I’ve been picking up little snippets of such counter intuitive interactions between Beck and the left. Has he been making nice to Islam now too?

    That’s what prompted my use of the “Gotten to” term.

    He used to be a ferocious, courageous and prominent Liberty leader, at great personal risk - lately however he seems to have been in fall - back white flag surrender negotiation mode.

    It’s sad.

  • THE GLENN BECK RADIO PROGRAM, Live 9am-Noon weekdays ET, Jan 8, 2014 Wednesday

    01/08/2014 6:57:27 AM PST · 7 of 19
    George Varnum to Yosemitest

    I tuned it in this morning, but after about a minute of Glenn and his sidekicks talking about some woman getting murdered and then laughing hysterically like a pack of hopped up hyenas sucking a mixture of nitrous oxide and helium over it, back off the radio went.

    This is hardly an isolated incident; it happens so frequently and is so annoying that I’ve pretty much given up on listening to the Beck news and commentary commercial enriched 3-ring circus & sideshow and don’t bother asking my cable co. to carry the BLAZE any more.

    Pity; Beck used to be topical, courageous, and articulate, as well as genuinely entertaining. Has he been gotten to or did he just burn out?

  • 'Fight terrorists until full elimination': Putin changes New Year address after Volgograd

    01/01/2014 6:45:23 AM PST · 10 of 12
    George Varnum to angcat

    Not a lot of confirmation, but this might bear watching:

    Putin Orders Saudi Arabia “Destroyed” After Volgograd Terror Strikes A grim memorandum circulating in the Kremlin today written by Federal Security Services (FSB) Director Alexander Bortnikov outlining the new security measures being put into place throughout Russia ordered by President Putin a few hours ago in response to the deadly Volgograd terror attacks further warns that Russia’s leader has, in effect, vowed to “destroy” Saudi Arabia as he personally is blaming them for this horrific crime against humanity.

  • I Love that Rush Limbaugh Infomercial

    11/07/2013 5:35:18 PM PST · 36 of 126
    George Varnum to gundog

    I thought I was the only one getting fed up with the running infomercial frequently inturrupted by ads, with pitches for sponsors worked in amongst what little content is left in between.

    Every now and then we get a little break to rant about football or golf, neither of which I care a hoot about.
    If I want sports I’ll tune in a sports station. We have several hereabouts.

    Sometimes on Monday I’ll tune in in hopes that Mark Stein will be filling in on another long Rush weekend, but when I hear the same old tea or book pitch again I employ the off or re tune option and listen to something else.
    Sure; it’s his show and he can do as he bloody well pleases - but he’s been doing it without me for the past month or so.

    Even Glenn Beck is going lame; about all I hear is his two court jester loons going off like hyenas laughing hysterically at each other like little girls on nitrous oxide - and that gets old pretty fast.

    These guys used to hold the conservative block together and keep us inspired and informed - now it seems that they’ve both lost their grip. They might be losing their audience as well. Surely the left is delighted.

  • Car drives into church, causes major damage (Spokane, WA)

    11/05/2013 9:14:03 AM PST · 9 of 11
    George Varnum to Red Badger

    I hope the EOD team checked the vehicle for det charges; It might have been an Islammokazi mission that semi failed when the car proved to be a dud after the obligatory “Allahu Achbwah!”

    The murder of the British Soldier started when the Musloids intentionally ran him over; apparently the Mullahs are teaching them to use vehicles as weapons of Jihad now.

    I’ve got to wonder how many “accidents” - especially hit & runs - really are?

  • Obama Putting Up More Barricades at World War Two Memorial This Morning

    10/02/2013 5:26:01 PM PDT · 552 of 564
    George Varnum to Ray76

    Keep open carrying in a gun free zone like DC and he’s very apt to become the first donor to the Old Tree’s manuring.

    We have a potentially explosive situation here, and it isn’t going to take much to set it off.

    I actually suspect that Barry is hoping and planning for a “Lexington moment”, and is doing everything in his power to provoke it.

    Communists typically seize power by instigating violent civil war / revolution, then exploiting the inevitable chaos and anarchy left in it’s aftermath.
    That game plan has worked out pretty well for them ever since 1917, so why would they deviate from it?
    They never have cared how many people they end up slaughtering or starving, as long as they end up in control of everything and everybody.. of those who survive, anyway.

    Do you really think that B. Hussein has any more regard for human life than Lenin, Stalin, or Mao did?

    Although a lot of his support seems to be backing away from him - like the Police who refused orders to arrest the WW-II Vets and walked away - he may well have cards up his sleeve we know little about, but which could take the whole game in a sinister new direction should he choose to play them.

    I’m a little concerned that at one of these “demonstrations” a shot will ring out, and there will be Hell to pay, with interest.

    Pretty please, people; avoid confrontation and provocation as much as is humanly possible!

  • Obama Putting Up More Barricades at World War Two Memorial This Morning

    10/02/2013 11:16:48 AM PDT · 499 of 564
    George Varnum to combat_boots

    Your pic demonstrates why Der Feurer is prohibiting the re import of all those old surplus lend lease M-1 Garands; He’s afraid the WW-II & KW Vets who know how to use them might take a final crack at taking their country back!

  • IAI selling upgraded Kfir jets for $20m

    08/08/2013 5:22:44 PM PDT · 2 of 6
    George Varnum to sukhoi-30mki

    Looks a lot like the Convair F-106X that was too good for our politicians who could make more graft by imposing the F-111 flying lemon on us.

    Didn’t GW Bush fly a 106 in his AFNG days?

    The 106 seems to have been a vastly under-appreciated airplane. I wonder if the resemblance is all that coincidental?

  • Mid-East Prophecy Update - August 4th, 2013 (Dispensational Caucus)

    08/06/2013 10:53:53 PM PDT · 15 of 15
    George Varnum to HeartlandOfAmerica

    That prophecy about Syria is Isaiah 17. Chapter 19 is already coming to pass in Egypt, and I fully expect the Psalm 83 invasion of Israel which JD mentions any day now.

    Here is more on the Blood Moon tetrads and other prophectic stuff:

    We live in interesting times... Stay tuned!

  • After Cop's Skull Bashed In, 300 Detained at Moscow Markets.

    07/31/2013 6:59:26 AM PDT · 15 of 15
    George Varnum to St_Thomas_Aquinas

    RE: “We may live to see Americans defecting to Russia. “

    We already have.

  • After Cop's Skull Bashed In, 300 Detained at Moscow Markets.

    07/31/2013 6:57:44 AM PDT · 14 of 15
    George Varnum to Westbrook

    I was just going to inquire as to the “faith” proclivities of the molester and his protective mob... but now I don’t have to.

    Suspicions confirmed; thanks. If he did it over here, he’d probably be cleared of all charges and given a first class ticket back to Azzcrackistan where his ABTM card would still be valid in perpetuity.

    The victim was probably a Christian and made the mistake of showing a cross, rosary, or some other indication of her beliefs - barbarians love to rape and torture them.
    They feel not only entitled, but obligated to do so as near as I can tell.

    She’s lucky she wasn’t abducted and sold. Wonder if he “lost the desire” only after the Police arrived and went up side his head with a stick?

    Mob attacks are typical responses to police intervention in no go enclaves. Glad to see the Ruskies are not putting up with it. They know how to deal with the ROP and aren’t afraid to do what needs to be done.

    The next time something like this happens in a muslim enclave, I hope they send in a company of Spetznaz with live ammo. Those boys don’’t mess around!

    Isn’t it interesting how Russia now seems to be a lot more ‘free’ that Omerrikka these days?

  • Ford to launch F-150 that can run on natural gas

    07/31/2013 6:28:26 AM PDT · 37 of 106
    George Varnum to TurboZamboni

    If the Fedzillas feel like they are getting “cheated” out of gas taxes, it will be criminalized, or you will have to pay hefty “fuel user fees” like out of state Diesel users do.

    When the Obamanation prohibits all fossil fuels for us peasants, we may have to resort to other options, like Wood gassification.

    Of course that will be criminalized as well, but before long just about everything will be. Just learn to live like a moonshiner I guess.

  • Ford to launch F-150 that can run on natural gas

    07/31/2013 6:22:41 AM PDT · 34 of 106
    George Varnum to taildragger

    I would NOT want to crash land or belly in on that tank; rather than crash & burn, it would be crash and BLOW!

    Would much rather have a jettisonable tank like the fighters used in WW-II (and beyond) - if you got in trouble you could dump it over an uninhabited area and let it vent off on the way down or auto deploy a chute. Other than that i’ts a great idea.

  • Oath Keepers Inaugural “Northwest Patriot and Self-Reliance Rally” a HUGE Success

    07/31/2013 5:53:39 AM PDT · 4 of 10
    George Varnum to Art in Idaho

    I hadn’t heard of it, and I have some OK contacts.

    Either they might have kept it under the radar sans advertising so as not to attract the antis & moonbat protestors (rent a mob looking for exploitable trouble) or advertising got suppressed somehow. It wasn’t announced here on FR was it?

    I’m sure that “Ivan” (Big Brother) knew all about it well in advance.

  • Oath Keepers Inaugural “Northwest Patriot and Self-Reliance Rally” a HUGE Success

    07/31/2013 5:47:28 AM PDT · 3 of 10
    George Varnum to combat_boots

    I wonder how many of those attending were FBI / DHS Agents / informers, or other regime spooks.
    Sometimes I wonder if they outnumber legitimate participants at the smaller TEA rallies.

    Did anyone happen to have a telescope to look for the UAV “drones” orbiting overhead?

    Probably everyone there is now on a facial recognition data base... although everyone (other than the spies perhaps) were likely on Lord High Executioner’s little list to begin with.

    At this point, what more do we have to lose?

  • Welcoming Jihadis, Booting Christians

    07/31/2013 3:17:31 AM PDT · 12 of 14
    George Varnum to mrsmel

    In this 2010 interview, Avi Lipkin makes no bones about Obama being a Muslim, and how most of the Middle East knows it.

    I suspected it back in 2007, but now it’s bloody obvious.

  • Key military commander to testify on Benghazi — the day before his retirement

    07/29/2013 11:47:35 AM PDT · 22 of 43
    George Varnum to smoothsailing

    Day before retirement, if not the day after his unexpected heart attack / “suicide”. I’m surprised that more witnesses pending or potential haven’t been liquidated before now.

  • London Fire Brigade reveals rise in handcuff callouts

    07/29/2013 11:44:45 AM PDT · 17 of 24
    George Varnum to Pan_Yan

    When I was an MP at Ft. Benning back around 69 the post hospital security guard called in too hysterical to comprehend, so we sent out a patrol.

    Seems this senior NCO came waddling in to the ER with a terribly pained expression on his battle scarred face and a canister vacuum cleaner between his thighs; was having too much fun and couldn’t get his manhood back.

    The medics had to call in post engineers to dismantle the affectionate appliance and our guard couldn’t stop laughing for the rest of his shift.

  • Taiwanese band caught smuggling $3m worth of gold into S.Korea

    07/24/2013 11:21:01 AM PDT · 15 of 24
    George Varnum to Diana in Wisconsin

    “Pardon me, Chingo - are you naturally bow legged and walk funny or do you have 15 lbs. of gold up your whatoot?”

  • George Zimmerman Emerged From Hiding for Truck Crash Rescue

    07/23/2013 9:15:47 AM PDT · 227 of 231
    George Varnum to tacticalogic

    RE 220: Right on!

    Just ask Allan West, Herman Cain, Allan Keyes , Clarence Thomas
    or any other Black Conservative how easy it is to shed their cultural blackness regardless of their ethnicity.

    Escaping the leftist plantation is vehemently discouraged by the powers that be, and escapees are routinely punished in a variety of ways.