Friday, January 31, 2014

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Olga Kent!

(*a.k.a. Rule Five Friday)

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Obama Will "Never Hesitate" to Use Force to Protect the American People

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First of all, I'd like to thank President Obama for reminding us of the awful incident at Benghazi, even though he did not refer to it by name, and in the most oblique manner possible:

As Commander-in-Chief, I have used force when needed to protect the American people, and I will never hesitate to do so as long as I hold this office.

"I will never hesitate" to use force to protect the American people. If that is the case, Mr. President, exactly what happened in Benghazi?

Friends of the blog may remember that I have gone into detail of the tripartite nature of the Benghazi scandal, or three separate scandals, if you will. The first part was the administration ignoring requests for more security, ignoring the deteriorating security situation in Benghazi (unlike virtually every other Western mission or NGO), and ignoring the warnings and the obvious significance of the anniversary of 9/11. This represents at the very least a serious lack of judgment, which should not be rewarded with further employment or, dare we suggest, promotions?

No one has truly been held accountable for the lack of security at Benghazi, and these persons are, for the most part, still in a position to muck up any number of other things vital to our nation's interest.*

And before we deal with the second, which will be the thrust of this piece, let us consider the third part of the scandal, which is to say the cover up. There is no nice way to put this, but there must have been a conspiracy of sorts, within either the White House or the State Department, or both, to put forth the fairy tale (read: lie) about a video which incited the attack, when the administration knew full well from the very beginning, within minutes, that this was an organized terrorist attack, likely al Qaeda, not some spontaneous protest of an angry mob.

The fact that for weeks, spokespersons for the President, the Secretary of State and the President himself all repeated this lie, has never been fully investigated, nor has the responsible party or parties been held accountable for lying to the American public.

Which brings us to the second part, that of the Commander-in-Chief. One month after the attack at Benghazi, Obama made a rare statement on Benghazi, when pressed by a reporter:

“Well, we are finding out exactly what happened. I can tell you, as I’ve said over the last couple of months since this happened, the minute I found out what was happening, I gave three very clear directives. Number one, make sure that we are securing our personnel and doing whatever we need to. Number two, we’re going to investigate exactly what happened so that it doesn’t happen again. Number three, find out who did this so we can bring them to justice. And I guarantee you that everyone in the state department, our military, the CIA, you name it, had number one priority making sure that people were safe. These were our folks and we’re going to find out exactly what happened, but what we’re also going to do it make sure that we are identifying those who carried out these terrible attacks.”
-Barack Obama, Oct. 26, 2012

"The minute I found out what was happening... I gave three very clear directives..." Well, that would certainly fit with a "never hesitate" scenario. But, Leon Panetta tells us that the President was notified within minutes of the start of the attack. So, if President Obama "did not hesitate" and "gave very clear directives" to those around him, why was no one sent to Benghazi to rescue or come to the aid of those dying in a terrorist attack? Obama was praised to the heavens for making a "gutsy call" on killing bin Laden. How do we know it was a "gutsy call"? That's what the sycophants in the media and his administration were repeating over and over. Aside from the fact that he was persuaded by Valerie Jarratt on three separate occasions NOT to make the 'gutsy call' to kill bin Laden, where is the evidence of a similar "gutsy call" on Benghazi? It was a "gutsy call" to stand up against the wishes of a female adviser, but not to save the lives of an untold number of American citizens?

I say "untold number", because too many people try to diminish the importance of what happened at Benghazi, because "only" four people died. But there were more than thirty people who came under attack at the embassy that night. Two men, Glen Doherty and Tyrone Woods, who did perish in the attack, rushed to the aid of the diplomatic mission, though they were not State Department security, and aided in the rescue of some 33 souls.

So, from his overstuffed chair in the Oval Office, when news of the attack first came to him, Obama didn't know that two former Navy Seals would rush to their defense. When news of the attack first came, no one knew how long the battle would last. But we have armed forces stationed around the world, trained for just an eventuality like this. Why were they not sent? And if some reports can be believed, some forces were sent and they were recalled and told to stand down. Was this your "gutsy call", Mr. President? To call off any attempt at aid or rescue, because it might be embarrassing to the political narrative you were selling with your re-election campaign?

Mr. President, as I have said before, it does not take a Congressional investigation for you to tell the American people what you yourself know to be fact. It only takes a spine. You said you gave "very clear directives"? To who? What precisely were those directives? And if they were not carried out, what punishment or discipline was ordered to those who either refused or failed?

Did you indeed not hesitate and give clear instructions, or did you dither as brave Americans lost their lives defending an outpost that you and the state Department couldn't be bothered with?

You owe an explanation to the families of those slain and to the American people why you apparently hesitated and made ready to attend a Vegas fundraiser rather than attend to the very serious business of protecting the American people that you were elected to do.

Be a man, for a change, Mr. President, and tell us what you did or didn't do that night. Or are you saving that for your next autobiography?




Cross posted at LCR, Political Clown Parade








*A side note, since periodically some mindless, liberal drone (but I repeat myself) will try to put forth the argument that the reason there was inadequate security was because of those wascally Wepublicans, who constantly cut the budget. A few will go so far as to blame the "Republican" sequester that was proposed by Barack H. Obama.

This argument is patently false. The State Department has not argued a lack of funding for the lack of security, and a simple perusal of the State Department budget for that year will show millions of dollars spent on art in various embassies around the world. It wasn't that there wasn't any money, there just wasn't any competent, adult leadership in the organization

Quiptoon du jour

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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Vintage Babe of the Week

Tonight's Vintage Babe* is Janis Carter!
(*a.k.a. Rule Five Thursday)

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Like fine wines, the ladies improve with age!

Sockpuppet Of The Union Speech

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Obama's target audience.

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Quote du jour

Nothing is free in politics, but there is some question when you pay the price.
- Michael Barone

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Medal of Honor

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Master Sergeant Ola Lee Mize


Citation:

M/Sgt. Mize, a member of Company K, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and outstanding courage above and beyond the call of duty in action against the enemy. Company K was committed to the defense of "Outpost Harry", a strategically valuable position, when the enemy launched a heavy attack. Learning that a comrade on a friendly listening post had been wounded he moved through the intense barrage, accompanied by a medical aid man, and rescued the wounded soldier. On returning to the main position he established an effective defense system and inflicted heavy casualties against attacks from determined enemy assault forces which had penetrated into trenches within the outpost area. During his fearless actions he was blown down by artillery and grenade blasts 3 times but each time he dauntlessly returned to his position, tenaciously fighting and successfully repelling hostile attacks. When enemy onslaughts ceased he took his few men and moved from bunker to bunker, firing through apertures and throwing grenades at the foe, neutralizing their positions. When an enemy soldier stepped out behind a comrade, prepared to fire, M/Sgt. Mize killed him, saving the life of his fellow soldier. After rejoining the platoon, moving from man to man, distributing ammunition, and shouting words of encouragement he observed a friendly machinegun position overrun. He immediately fought his way to the position, killing 10 of the enemy and dispersing the remainder. Fighting back to the command post, and finding several friendly wounded there, he took a position to protect them. Later, securing a radio, he directed friendly artillery fire upon the attacking enemy's routes of approach. At dawn he helped regroup for a counterattack which successfully drove the enemy from the outpost. M/Sgt. Mize's valorous conduct and unflinching courage reflect lasting glory upon himself and uphold the noble traditions of the military service.


M/Sgt. Mize: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service.

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Hat tip Home of Heroes

There are fewer than a hundred living MoH recipients today. Their names and their stories should not be forgotten. My mission is to honor one of those heroes here each week, and salute them for their courage and sacrifice. In the words of John Fitzgerald Kennedy:
“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors; the men it remembers.”

Quote du jour

"Power concedes nothing without a demand. It never did, and it never will. Find out just what people will submit to, and you have found out the exact amount of injustice and wrong which will be imposed upon them; and these will continue until they are resisted with either words of blows, or with both."
-Frederick Douglass

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of advertising...



I may not be sure exactly what she's selling, but, I'm pretty sure she started without me!

Pete Seeger, R.I.P.

Folk singer Pete Seeger has died at the age of 94. An unabashed leftist, Seeger left his mark on American folk music. Whether or not you agreed with his politics, you can appreciate his talent. Rest in peace.

Nothing New Under the Sun

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Quote du jour

Mike Huckabee was entirely correct in what he said about the birth-control mandate and hopelessly wrong in how he said it.
-John Steele Gordon

Monday, January 27, 2014

"Harry POTUS" SOTU!

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Quote du jour

"Fremdschämen describes the almost-horror you feel when you notice that somebody is oblivious to how embarrassing they truly are. Fremdscham [the noun] occurs when someone who should feel embarrassed for themselves simply is not, and you start feeling embarrassment in their place."
-Daniel Hawes

Editor's Note: Daniel Hawes was not commenting on 'Abortion Barbie' Wendy Davis. Jonah Goldberg was when he quoted Hawes.

Sunday, January 26, 2014

Pro Bowl Today

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Go Pros!

Quote du jour

An unexplained crop circle in California has some people claiming it was made by aliens from another planet.

Of course, we’ll never know for sure, since we aren’t allowed to ask about their immigration status.
-Harvey Harvelson

Saturday, January 25, 2014

A Little Saturday Night Music

Five For Fighting - "Superman"

Excuses-R-Us : Expect 2014 to be a Vintage Year for Presidential Whine

Over at the Political Clown Parade, The Insufferable Airhorn And His Insufferable Hubris, I took a closer look at some of the remarks President Selfie has made of late. Whine-a-palooza! Some examples from the New Yorker:

“There have been times where I’ve been constrained by the fact that I had two young daughters who I wanted to spend time with, and that I wasn’t in a position to work the social scene in Washington."

First of all, given the one hundred and fifty plus golf outings, and pictures of him playing golf on "vacation with his family", with his family nowhere in sight, make it hard for me to believe that President Selfie ever pines for moments alone with his daughters. "If you like your picture of strong fatherhood and domestic bliss, you can keep it," intones the president. Second, when has "working the social scene" ever been a prerequisite for presidential leadership? Shouldn't at least a small portion of that take place in the Oval Office? (If we could ever get him there??) Somehow Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and a few others all managed to be effective leaders without smoozing the capitol's "social scene" or being on CNN.

Or this gem?
"...the issue has been the inability of my message to penetrate the Republican base so that they feel persuaded that I’m not the caricature that you see on Fox News or Rush Limbaugh, but I’m somebody who is interested in solving problems and is pretty practical, and that, actually, a lot of the things that we’ve put in place worked better than people might think. "

This, too, is laughable. President Selfie, your message has penetrated to the Republican base ever since you told "Joe the plumber" that you intended to "spread the wealth". Your problem with the Republican base is not that your "message hasn't penetrated", but precisely because it has. You have been governing against the will of the people ever since you took office. There has never been a majority of people in this country who wanted Obamacare, yet you and your fellow Democrats shoved it down our throats in an obscenely partisan manner, much to the detriment of our country. We got your message loud and clear. And we opposed it, not because you were some caricature foisted upon us by Fox News, but because we knew that the government take over of the health industry would lead to misery and a loss of freedom for millions. Millions have already lost their current insurance because of Obamacare, with millions more to come. And millions will be paying more for coverage they don't need, because your law takes away their choice.

And if the only roadblocks to your success are Rush Limbaugh and Fox News, how do you explain your failures of foreign policy? Do Putin and Assad (and Merkel, and Ahmadinejad, and Mubarak, and Morsi, and Karzai, and...) watch Fox News, too? Or does the weakness you project, in withdrawing from military conflict, the vain saber rattling about imaginary red lines you warn our enemies not to cross, that either you have not thought through the consequences or have no spine to enforce, the petulant begging from world leaders, like Putin, to give Snowden back, or the lifting of embargoes against Iran, with no concessions from them in return, make you ineffectual, and not Fox News?

"I’m somebody who is... pretty practical..." When it comes to rewarding political cronies and contributors. If you have a failing solar company like Solyndra, that cannot manufacture solar panels for less than what they sell for, give money to Barrack, there's millions in it for you! Same for electric car companies and people who build websites! Anyone want to guess what the primary qualification for building healthcare.gov was? Follow the money! And if you want to see bumbling fools in action, who have no qualifications to become a US ambassador, other than the amount of money they donated, go here.

According to White House sources and others, the Bush recession ended in June of 2009. That was the start of the 'Obama Recovery'. How's that working out for you, Mr. President? The problem isn't that your message "hasn't penetrated", Mr. Obama, it's that it doesn't work. But, then, apparently, neither do you. Have fun on the 18th green! Spend a little quality time with your caddy!



Cross posted at LCR, Political Clown Parade

James Burke, The Day The Universe Changed: 4 "Matter Of Fact"

Best of the Web Linkaround,

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*…that I’ve seen all week!
Political/SocioEconomic

Biden Still Wrong on Afghanistan -in a related story, Generalissimo Francisco Franco is still dead

Mexican Murder Suspect Is Finally Deported After 13-Year U.S. Crime Spree

PA judge strikes down voter ID law… for now

Swedes getting tired of long queues to get health care, moving to private health insurance

Senate Conservative Fund Touts Oklahoma’s Jim Bridenstine to Replace Tom Coburn in Senate

Wendy Davis, Democratic Texas Gubernatorial candidate, caught dramatically lying about her personal history -abortion Barbie was the first of her coal mining family to go to college, or something!

Pentagon unveils plan to keep 10,000 troops in Afghanistan

Obama, Biden Presidents’ Day 2013 Vacation Tab: $300,000 -Your tax dollars at play


Videos

Judge Jeanine on Justice for Benghazi

Watch what happens when Obama picks a top donor as ambassador

Steyn on DoJ's Aggressive Investigation of 'BridgeGate' But Not IRS Scandal: 'Real Banana Republic Stuff'


Culture

In 5 Seconds Flat, Mark Levin Shreds Obama's Football Idiocy


College is a means to an end. It isn’t a destination unto itself



"income inequality"? - Marxism for Morons


Director of Anti-Obama Film “2016: Obama’s America” Indicted by Federal Court

Huckabee Compares Calling Someone A RINO To The Nazis “Devaluing” People During The Holocaust…

Americans Are Angrier And More Frustrated Than Ever

The Internet's 25 Worst Passwords, and What They Say About You


Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO Home page


Sunday Funnies


NY Times Magazine: “Planet Hillary”


A Picture is Worth 1000 Words Dept.


How to keep government honest...

Reaganite Sunday Funnies

Earl of Taint -Planet Hillary

Linkfests:

In The Mailbox: 01.20.14


LIVE AT FIVE: 01.23.14


LIVE AT FIVESEVEN: 01.10.14

Rule Five Roundup:
(While all Rule Five posts may be NSFW, I generally only flag the ones that are certainly NSFW)

90 Miles From Tyranny - Hot pick, Another hot pick

American Power- Emily Ratajkowski Photoshoot, More Emily Ratajkowski, Kelly Brook at British National Television Awards

Redhead delight.....

Blackmailers Don't Shoot - Rule 5 Thursday, Selena Gomez Is Single Edition

By Other Means -Cosplay

Camp of the Saints - Rule Five Saturday, Rule Five News

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes - Nurse! ,Ai Kumano, Dai Macedo, Miku Ohashi

Daily Mail – sexy Carmen Ortega

Good Monday Morning

EBL- Cheerleaders

Friday Night Babe – Nicole Minetti

IMNSHO -Commercial edition

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World -The Friday Pin Up

The Right Way - Friday Babe

Hookers and Booze

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Good Morning Girl, The Early Years

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If All You See…, If All You See…, If all you see...


Randy’s Roundtable – Thursday Nite Tart

Sex in Advertising -TO and the bikini babes (video)

Subject to Change -My list

Cassandra Lynn Hensley

The Feral Irishman – Friday Freckles

The Last Tradition - Harris Faulkner

Theo Spark – Teatime Totty, Bath Night, Bedtime Totty, Bedtime Totty, Sexy Girls Of Shot Show, Vegas

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday

Three Beers Later- DRIVING AROUND WITH COLT FORD AND DANICA PATRICK

Vintage Babe of the Week – Lynne Baggett!

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba - Humpday,

The Obligatory 49er Cheerleader

Use the comments as an open thread on any of these topics. Please send links of news, commentary, choice humor or Rule Fivage to: Proof.Positive@Hotmail.com

Quote du jour

"The kindest thing anyone said about him, was that he loved his mother...and they hoped he wore condoms."
-Proof

Friday, January 24, 2014

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Nicole Minetti!

(*a.k.a. Rule Five Friday)

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Quote du jour

'A nation of sheep will beget a government of wolves.'
-Edward R. Murrow

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Medal of Honor

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Corporal Hiroshi H. Miyamura


Citation:

Cpl. Miyamura, a member of Company H, distinguished himself by conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity above and beyond the call of duty in action against the enemy. On the night of 24 April, Company H was occupying a defensive position when the enemy fanatically attacked threatening to overrun the position. Cpl. Miyamura, a machinegun squad leader, aware of the imminent danger to his men unhesitatingly jumped from his shelter wielding his bayonet in close hand-to-hand combat killing approximately 10 of the enemy. Returning to his position, he administered first aid to the wounded and directed their evacuation. As another savage assault hit the line, he manned his machinegun and delivered withering fire until his ammunition was expended. He ordered the squad to withdraw while he stayed behind to render the gun inoperative. He then bayoneted his way through infiltrated enemy soldiers to a second gun emplacement and assisted in its operation. When the intensity of the attack necessitated the withdrawal of the company Cpl. Miyamura ordered his men to fall back while he remained to cover their movement. He killed more than 50 of the enemy before his ammunition was depleted and he was severely wounded. He maintained his magnificent stand despite his painful wounds, continuing to repel the attack until his position was overrun. When last seen he was fighting ferociously against an overwhelming number of enemy soldiers. Cpl. Miyamura's indomitable heroism and consummate devotion to duty reflect the utmost glory on himself and uphold the illustrious traditions on the military service.


Cpl. Miyamura: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service.




Hat tip Home of Heroes

There are seventy nine living MoH recipients today. Their names and their stories should not be forgotten. My mission is to honor one of those heroes here each week, and salute them for their courage and sacrifice. In the words of John Fitzgerald Kennedy:

“A nation reveals itself not only by the men it produces, but also by the men it honors; the men it remembers.”


More about Cpl Miyamura can be found here.

"Showdown at the AC Corral"

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'Charge rage': Too many electric cars, not enough workplace chargers

Modern times call for modern problems. The Gurus of Global Warming convinced many of their acolytes that the way to enlightenment and global salvation lay in abandoning the internal combustion engine for an electric car.
(Cue the cute, little, three eyed aliens from Toy Story: "Oooooh!") And it was good.

And a handful of far sighted individuals bought electric cars and a handful of far sighted employers built a handful of charging stations for their employees. And it was good.

And then, they started to be plagued by their success.

Eager to reduce energy use, German software company SAP installed 16 electric vehicle charging ports in 2010 at its Palo Alto campus for the handful of employees who owned electric vehicles. Just three years later, SAP faces a problem that is increasingly common at Silicon Valley companies -- far more electric cars than chargers. Sixty-one of the roughly 1,800 employees on the campus now drive a plug-in vehicle, overwhelming the 16 available chargers. And as demand for chargers exceeds supply, a host of thorny etiquette issues have arisen, along with some rare but notorious incidents of "charge rage."

Sixty one electric cars and sixteen chargers? What could possibly happen?
"In the beginning, all of our EV drivers knew each other, we had enough infrastructure, and everyone was happy. That didn't last for long," said Peter Graf, SAP's chief sustainability officer and the driver of a Nissan Leaf. "Cars are getting unplugged while they are actively charging, and that's a problem. Employees are calling and messaging each other, saying, 'I see you're fully charged, can you please move your car?'"

Unlike road rage, these people will not try to force you off the road, or shoot you, but they might send out a nasty email blast!

George Betak learned firsthand the perils of "charge rage" last fall when he worked at Yahoo's (YHOO) Sunnyvale headquarters, where he said more than 100 employees who drove plug-in vehicles regularly tussled over limited charging spots. Betak, who no longer works at Yahoo, drives the all-electric BMW Active E and one day made the grave mistake of unplugging a colleague's Chevy Volt.

"I needed to be somewhere by 6 p.m., and all of the active chargers were full. I couldn't plug in all day," he said. "There was a Volt that appeared to be finished charging, so I unplugged it so I could get a half-hour boost. The Volt isn't pure electric -- it also has a gasoline engine. The next day, I learned that the Volt owner was furious, and he sent out this email blast saying that I stole his charge.

Pacific Gas & Electric (PG&E) estimates about 20,000 electric cars being used in northern California today, and expects 800,000 by the end of 2020. I'm sure that the wonderful people who brought you Solyndra will have figured out a solution by then!

Until then, let's be careful out there!

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Cross posted at LCR, Political Clown Parade

Quote du jour

"It is much more important to kill bad bills than to pass good ones."
-Calvin Coolidge

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of advertising...



I may not be sure exactly what TO's friends are selling, but, I'm pretty sure I'm in the market!

Quote du jour

“Every writer is a frustrated actor who recites his lines in the hidden auditorium of his skull.”
― Rod Serling

Monday, January 20, 2014

The Aptly Named Dick Sherman of the Seattle Sea Pigeons

Perhaps you saw the ranting and egotistical raving of Richard (call him "Dick") Sherman, cornerback for the Sea Pigeons, directly after the game Sunday? If not, then for your viewing pleasure:


The lovely Erin Andrews invited him to describe the last play of the game. But, instead of telling her and the world what he did, and letting her congratulate him on a job well done, Dick spent his fifteen minutes of fame angrily ranting about just how wonderful and great he is. (It seems that Michael Crabtree is living rent free inside Dick's head!)

Some people have called his rant low rent, or low class. No class is more like it. His team had just made a great accomplishment in winning a divisional championship and going to the Super Bowl, but Dick felt the need to angrily aggrandize himself, because there may be no "I" in "team", there certainly is in "Dick".

"If You Like Your Civil Liberties, You Can Keep Them"

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Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!

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Quote du jour

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.

- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

I Left My Heart in San Francisco

SF 49ers vs, Seattle Seahawks

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Go Niners! Pluck the Seabirds!

Update: Winner will face the Denver Broncos.


In the pregame show, Fox News' Jay Glazer talking about the stadium noise problem, revealed that the New Orleans Saints' organization let the Niners know where they could get some custom earplugs made for the team.


Update II: Gutsy call: 4th and inches, Niners leap into end zone to add TD to their initial FG. 10-0 Niners

Update III: Final Seahawks 23, Niners 17.

Quote du jour

The price of anything is the amount of life you exchange for it.
-Henry David Thoreau

Saturday, January 18, 2014

James Burke, The Day The Universe Changed: 3 "Point Of View"

Best of the Web* Linkaround

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*…that I’ve seen all week!
Political/SocioEconomic

Voter Fraud: We’ve Got Proof It’s Easy -John Fund

The Truth About Benghazi and Obama

EPA Officials Caught Red-Handed Conspiring with Radical Enviro-Marxists on Your Dime

Harry Reid Blocks Unemployment Benefits for 5 Million Americans to Protect Tax Credits for Illegal Aliens

Videos

Attack on Benghazi "preventable"

Josie The Outlaw On Why Good People Should Be Armed

Krauthammer’s Take: HealthCare.gov Security Flaws 'a Disaster Waiting to Happen'


Mailing It In -Bill Whittle

True story of criminal picking the wrong house

Culture

Illegal Alien With A Criminal History Stabs Texas Woman To Death


Largest Gun Auction Website Hits Historic Level Of Sales


Another Community Organizer Non-Victory In New York -higher wages = fewer jobs

A Canadian Warns America NOT To Register Our Guns

His Name is Tank

Technology

Branson’s space plane hits new heights


Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO Home page

Sunday Funnies

Reaganite Sunday Funnies

Earl of Taint -Lena Dunham’s New Book

TGIF Humor

Spot the non-Liberal

Linkfests:

LIVE AT FIVE: 01.15.14

In The Sweet Name of Liberty...


Rule Five Roundup:
(While all Rule Five posts may be NSFW, I generally only flag the ones that are certainly NSFW)

90 Miles From Tyranny - girls with guns, Hot pick , Morning Mistress

American Power- Kate Upton at Sports Illustrated 50th Anniversary Swimsuit Party , Lucy Pinder Calendar


Blackmailers Don't Shoot - Rule Five Friday

By Other Means - Cosplay

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes - Annabella Bottali , Rasheeda, Chandella Powell , Silje Norendal

Daily Mail – Robin Wright sideboob at Golden Globes


Good Monday Morning
, Fishnet Friday

EBL –NFL Cheerleaders

Friday Night Babe – Margot Robbie

Good Stuff's Cyber World

IMNSHO - Rule Five Friday

It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad World -The Friday Pin Up

The Right Way - Friday Babe

Hookers and Booze

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Good morning girl!

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If All You See…, If All You See…,

PitSnipesGripes

NFL Cheerleaders

PostalDog -Hillary Duff

Randy's Roundtable- Thursday Nite Tart

Concealed carry

Sex in Advertising- Megan Fox (video)

Soylent Siberia

The Feral Irishman – When the going gets tough...

The Last Tradition - Natalie Portman

Theo Spark – Bedtime Totty , Hannah Davis Up Close - 2013 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit , Hotties to Follow , O'Neill Girls 2012 Surf Team (video), Tea Time Totty

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday, Plus-Size Models Just Aren’t ‘Plus’ Enough

Vintage Babe of the Week – Evelyn Ankers

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba - Saturday Short Shorts, Get out of the way, Friday nite tite dresses

The Obligatory 49er's Cheerleader


Use the comments as an open thread on any of these topics. Please send links of news, commentary, choice humor or Rule Fivage to: Proof.Positive@Hotmail.com

Quote du jour

Scientists aboard the ice bound Akademik Shokalskiy were in their cabins burning their carbon credit certificates trying in vain to stay warm.
-Proof
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