Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of advertising...


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

KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

“Perhaps one of the most important accomplishments of my administration has been minding my own business.”
-Calvin Coolidge

Monday, January 30, 2017

Ten Whole Days!!


Attention whore and former president Barack Obama lasted ten whole days before being compelled to insert himself into partisan politics, into the argument about Trump's immigration EO. And, true to form, Barry got it wrong! Instead of a ban on religion, Trump used Barry's own list of proscribed countries. Religion was not mentioned. Was Obama wrong then? Or now? (Or both?)

I'd like to dedicate this song to Lonesome Barry:

Meet Al Muller!


The following is not political and may be given to some rambling, so if I start to lose you, jump down to the last couple paragraphs. That's where the big payoff is!

Al Muller passed away last week at the age of 84. He'd spent about a half a century teaching and contributing to the local theater community, from high school shows, to the community college stage and Stockton Civic theater. Mostly flamboyant musicals. Click the link for more.

His resume is lengthy, I won't try to reproduce it here. His energy was boundless and his enthusiasm infectious. He was a good husband, father to five daughters, mentor to many and a good man.

I knew "Uncle Al" when I took some classes from him at Delta College. I had been bitten by the drama bug in junior high school, took classes and appeared in a number of high school productions. I was continuing my studies in the dramatic arts when I met Al. I took his classes and he directed a number of plays I was in.

I suppose, because he had a larger talent pool to draw from, the roles I got in college were not as prominent as those I had in high school A couple were memorable. In West Side Story, I was cast as Lieutenant Schrank, the character Simon Oakland played in the movie. I believe Al cast me for two, maybe three reasons:

1) I was tall (6'3") and had to play an adult while all my peers were playing teen-aged hoodlums.
2) It was not a singing part!

More memorable to me was when he cast me in Mame. I played Mame's banker...an adult with no singing part. (You know, I'm starting to see a trend here!) Who doesn't remember Auntie Mame's banker?? It was a brief, transitional role. The curtain drops, and moments later, the banker steps out with a brief exposition, thus furthering the story, while behind the curtain, actors change costumes, stage hands set up for the next scene.

But after I was cast, I had some reservations about one of the lines. Didn't know if I could say it. It contained, shall we say, some less than delicate language. I went to Al with my concerns. Now, I guess he could have said, "Well, if you can't read the line as it is written, then we'll get somebody who can!"

But that wasn't his style. He sat down with me and we discussed it. Just one line from a minor character, but people weren't minor to Uncle Al. I can't recall exactly what he said to convince me, but it must have worked, because I was there every night saying it. Probably something along the line of 'it wasn't really taking the Lord's name in vain, but more of a bowdlerized version'. Punctuation, as it were, as noted in the Brief History of Profanity.

You've heard, "There are no small parts, only small actors"? Looking back at my "small part", it seems a little strange. The curtain comes down, I step in front of it, holding what appears to be a telegram, and immediately get hit with a spotlight...couldn't see a soul in the audience if I'd tried! I broke the news to the audience, in my angry banker voice, that Mame's husband had died..."fell off a goddamn Alp!", turned on my heel and walk offstage.

That's it. I don't think I was seen again until the curtain call, but for that brief moment, every eye in the theater was on me. No scenery to distract, no fellow cast members...just me and my phony telegram was all there was to see. I didn't think about it that way at the time. Might have scared the spit out of me! (See? I told you I'd ramble!)

This was back in the early seventies. I saw Al a few times off and on since then, at Civic Theater performances, where he was either directing or supporting the person who was. I do remember attending one cast party at his house, along with scores of other people.

I last saw Mr. Muller in 2013, where his family and San Joaquin Delta college were honoring him by naming one of the theaters after him, reception to follow. A brief video of the ceremony can be found below. People flew in literally from coast to coast to be there to honor him. I listened to the speakers, Al included, but I really didn't remember much of what was said until I reviewed the video. During the reception, we ate, chatted with a few college friends, and, as expected, people were lined up to talk to Al and congratulate him.

I figured he had a lot closer friends and acquaintances than I, so I hung back and waited until there were only a few people queued up. When it was my turn, his face lit up with a smile, and unprompted, he called me by name. It had to have been over thirty years since I attended his classes or tread the boards with his actors, but he remembered me. We had a nice chat. Forgive me, I can't remember about what, after congratulating him for a well deserved honor.

We spoke for a bit and he asked me if I was back in town. I said I was, and he expressed a desire to get together for lunch some time. You could tell he was sincere, and not just a "Let's do lunch" kind of thing. I, too, thought that would be great, so we shook hands and yet somehow life got in the way. One thing after another, the way it has a habit of doing. In retrospect, I wish I'd said something like "How about Tuesday 12:00? You pick the spot and I'll buy! Or is Thursday better?"

But I didn't. Tempus fugit. That was the last time I saw him. He was a great guy and a good man,  almost a force of nature to be reckoned with. Many people will miss him. I doubt we'll see the likes of such a man again. Sometimes I'll say on Mother's Day or Father's day "Love 'em while you've got 'em". The very same applies to friends. Trust me.

Rest in peace, Mr. Muller.

An online guestbook in the Stockton Record can be found here.


Classic KiRKWOOD


Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

If you’re a member of Congress, and you really think that Trump is not legitimate, you should be introducing Articles of Impeachment immediately. Put your money where your mouth is; anything less is just a pose.
-Jim Geraghty

Sunday, January 29, 2017

Chelsea Handler's Beauty Tips


Melania's getting a run for her money! / sarc

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

To invent, you need a good imagination and a pile of junk.
- Thomas Edison

Saturday, January 28, 2017

A Little Saturday Night Music

Pete Yorn - I'm Not The One

Modern Watch Found in Ancient Tomb?

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This story is from 2008: Anachronous discovery: Swiss watch in ancient tomb

Chinese archaeologists have found a tiny Swiss watch in a tomb dating back to the Ming dynasty, which they believed has been intact for four centuries.
The watch was discovered by scientists making a documentary, reports ananova.com website.

The out-of-time piece of jewelry was pressed into the soil covering one of the coffins.

The watch is stopped at 10:06, and there is the word “Swiss” on its back.

Work at the archaeological site has been suspended and experts from Beijing have been called in to help solve this mystery...


That's nothing! When the tomb of Alexander the Great was opened, they found a sundial tied to his wrist with strips of cloth.

Obviously, Alexander's Rag Timeband!

(Points for whomever saw that one coming!)

Originally published 5/29/10

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Best of the Web*

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*…that I’ve seen all week!

Political/SocioEconomic
IRS Sent $46,378,040 in Refunds to 23,994 ‘Unauthorized’ Aliens at 1 Atlanta Address


Trump's First Week -John Stossel

The Beginning of the End of EPA

Congress Mulls Overturning Obama’s Social Security ‘Back-Door Gun Grab’

The Obama Administration’s Ugly Legacy of Undermining American Electoral Integrity

IN LESS THAN A WEEK: POTUS Enacts 6 of the Top 10 Immigration Enforcement Actions






Videos
woman kicked off plane for berating Trump supporter - like an SNL skit, only funnier!

The Children Are Listening, Women’s March Speakers

Krauthammer’s Take: Obama’s Cash to Palestinians ‘Was a Final Slap at Israel’





Culture
Indiana Seventh Graders Taught the Benefits of Sharia

Maggie's Notebook - Ten Year Blogging Anniversary

#NotMySuperBowl

Thank You President Barack Obama: What Your Agenda Has Done For Me

How Losing My Political Values Helped Me Gain My Freedom





Technology
A 3D bioprinter that prints fully functional human skin

IBM: AI, IoT, and nanotech will literally change the way we see the world

The genetically-modified CYBORG dragonflies




Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO

Flopping Aces -Sunday Funnies

John Cox- KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD

Today's Toons 1/18/17

First Day

Today's Toons 1/19/17

Shamelessly stolen

Barack who?

Cartoon Round Up

Alien Inauguration

Today's Toons 1/20/17





Linkfests:
Larwyn's Linx: Deprogramming Snowflakes During Trump

In The Mailbox: 01.23.17

Larwyn's Linx: The Looming Showdown Over Sanctuary Cities

In The Mailbox: 01.24.17

Larwyn's Linx: All Roads Lead To George

Link O'rama

Larwyn's Linx: IRS Sent $46,378,040 in Refunds to 23,994 ‘Unauthorized’ Aliens at 1 Atlanta Address

In The Mailbox: 01.25.17

Larwyn's Linx: A message to the angry Leftists from an American Infantryman

In The Mailbox: 01.26.17

Larwyn's Linx: The Architecture of Our Modern (Non)Representative Government

In The Mailbox: 01.27.17




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 - Morning Mistress, girls with guns, girls with guns, Girls with guns, girls with guns, Hot pick, Hot pick

American Power- Kelly Klein Body Paint, Josephine Skriver in Victoria's Secret Photoshoot

Angry Mike's Hood - Rumpfest0, Humpday

By Other Means - Cosplay, Seeing Red, Have you met Lydia?,
Stuck In the Middle with Cleavage

Ava Gardner

Daily Mail - Stella Maxwell, Elsa Hosk

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes: Pretty women come in all colors, Jane McLean, Yua Mikami

Good Monday Morning, Fishnet Friday

EBL - Atlanta Falcon Cheerleaders, New England Patriots Cheerleaders, Jenna Jameson

Feral Irishman - Friday Femme Fatale, Thursdeyes

Friday Night Babe - Daisy Lowe

Good Stuff's Cyber World #278

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Milfy Monday, Good Morning Girl, Good Morning Girl, Good Morning Girl, Good Morning Girl,  Fanny Friday, Good Morning Girl

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see...

Flowing Curves of Beauty

Sex in Advertising - Wouldn't you rather be a Pepper, too?

The Right Way -Friday Babe

Lacey Chabert

Theo Spark – Walkies, Kate Upton, Chrissy Teigen, Lily Aldridge & Nina Agdal: Cook Islands | Sports Illustrated SwimsuitLily Aldridge gets lei'd, Hannah Ferguson Takes It Off

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday

Vintage Babe of the Week – Jane Greer

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba -Buenas, Time for a Selfie, Glass cutters


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

"Art makes a statement", sometimes that statement is "Look how much money I took these rubes for, by giving them crap and calling it art!"
-Proof

Friday, January 27, 2017

Friday Night Babe

Tonight's FNB* is Daisy Lowe!

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




An Ethical Lawyer

An Arkansas divorce lawyer was brought before his state's ethics board, after numerous reports that he had overcharged his clients for consultants neither requested or prudent for simple divorce cases, notably, charges for services from famous urologists and even archaeologists.

"In my defense," he said, "my clients often ask me to help them determine what's urine and what's Mayan."

KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

There are no dangerous weapons. There are only dangerous men.
- Robert A. Heinlein

Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Medal of Honor

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Staff Sergeant Don J. Jenkins


Citation:

For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity in action at the risk of his life above and beyond the call of duty. S/Sgt. Jenkins (then Pfc.), Company A, distinguished himself while serving as a machine gunner on a reconnaissance mission. When his company came under heavy crossfire from an enemy complex, S/Sgt. Jenkins unhesitatingly maneuvered forward to a perilously exposed position and began placing suppressive fire on the enemy. When his own machinegun jammed, he immediately obtained a rifle and continued to fire into the enemy bunkers until his machinegun was made operative by his assistant. 
He exposed himself to extremely heavy fire when he repeatedly both ran and crawled across open terrain to obtain resupplies of ammunition until he had exhausted all that was available for his machinegun. Displaying tremendous presence of mind, he then armed himself with 2 antitank weapons and, by himself, maneuvered through the hostile fusillade to within 20 meters of an enemy bunker to destroy that position. After moving back to the friendly defensive perimeter long enough to secure yet another weapon, a grenade launcher, S/Sgt. Jenkins moved forward to a position providing no protection and resumed placing accurate fire on the enemy until his ammunition was again exhausted. 
During this time he was seriously wounded by shrapnel. Undaunted and displaying great courage, he moved forward 100 meters to aid a friendly element that was pinned down only a few meters from the enemy. This he did with complete disregard for his own wound and despite having been advised that several previous rescue attempts had failed at the cost of the life of 1 and the wounding of others. Ignoring the continuing intense fire and his painful wounds, and hindered by darkness, he made 3 trips to the beleaguered unit, each time pulling a wounded comrade back to safety. 
S/Sgt. Jenkins' extraordinary valor, dedication, and indomitable spirit inspired his fellow soldiers to repulse the determined enemy attack and ultimately to defeat the larger force. S/Sgt. Jenkins risk of his life reflect great credit upon himself, his unit, and the U.S. Army.


S/Sgt. Jenkins: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service.

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Hat tip Home of Heroes

There are seventy seven 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.”

Medal of Honor Recipient Chaplain Charlie Liteky, RIP

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Chaplain (Capt.) Angelo J. Liteky

Sadly, Chaplain Liteky has passed away in the last week. His citation is below

Citation:

Chaplain Liteky distinguished himself by exceptional heroism while serving with Company A, 4th Battalion, 12th Infantry, 199th Light Infantry Brigade. He was participating in a search and destroy operation when Company A came under intense fire from a battalion size enemy force. 
Momentarily stunned from the immediate encounter that ensued, the men hugged the ground for cover. Observing 2 wounded men, Chaplain Liteky moved to within 15 meters of an enemy machinegun position to reach them, placing himself between the enemy and the wounded men. When there was a brief respite in the fighting, he managed to drag them to the relative safety of the landing zone. Inspired by his courageous actions, the company rallied and began placing a heavy volume of fire upon the enemy's positions. 
In a magnificent display of courage and leadership, Chaplain Liteky began moving upright through the enemy fire, administering last rites to the dying and evacuating the wounded. Noticing another trapped and seriously wounded man, Chaplain Liteky crawled to his aid. Realizing that the wounded man was too heavy to carry, he rolled on his back, placed the man on his chest and through sheer determination and fortitude crawled back to the landing zone using his elbows and heels to push himself along. pausing for breath momentarily, he returned to the action and came upon a man entangled in the dense, thorny underbrush. Once more intense enemy fire was directed at him, but Chaplain Liteky stood his ground and calmly broke the vines and carried the man to the landing zone for evacuation. On several occasions when the landing zone was under small arms and rocket fire, Chaplain Liteky stood up in the face of hostile fire and personally directed the medivac helicopters into and out of the area. 
With the wounded safely evacuated, Chaplain Liteky returned to the perimeter, constantly encouraging and inspiring the men. Upon the unit's relief on the morning of 7 December 1967, it was discovered that despite painful wounds in the neck and foot, Chaplain Liteky had personally carried over 20 men to the landing zone for evacuation during the savage fighting. 
Through his indomitable inspiration and heroic actions, Chaplain Liteky saved the lives of a number of his comrades and enabled the company to repulse the enemy. Chaplain Liteky's actions reflect great credit upon himself and were in keeping with the highest traditions of the U.S. Army.


Chaplain Liteky: We humbly salute you and thank you for your service. Rest in peace.

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There are seventy seven living MoH recipients today. Their names and their stories should not be forgotten. These posts are 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.”

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

"Identity politics is a polite word. The actual term for what it is is a return to tribalism where you don't see people as individuals equal before the law, free-born citizens, the co-equals of others. What matters more and more is what group you belong to."
-Mark Steyn

Tuesday, January 24, 2017

Sex in Advertising

For all you connoisseurs of advertising...


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

One is a Very Large Sucker...

...the other is a piece of hard candy on a stick!

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

What becomes of “land for peace” if the territories that Israel was to have traded for peace are, in advance, declared to be Palestinian land to which Israel has no claim?
-Charles Krauthammer

Monday, January 23, 2017

4,000,000th Page Hit


In the spirit of Making America Great Again, we are pleased to announce, sometime this evening, the 4 millionth page hit at Proof Positive. As the gentlemen at Boone's Farm used to say, "Thank you for your support!"

Four million is a lot, even if you figure that half of those were Odie with too much time on his hands!
When I first started tracking this, I figured it would be a Valentine's gift to me. It came a little sooner. Thanks a lot for stopping by. Here's to the next four million!



A Brief History of Profanity


This will not be comprehensive, nor will it be explicit. But I believe that profanity has been a major contributor to the degradation of American society and culture, so a brief view...

I like to pick 1939 for the first slippery slope of our downward trajectory. 1939 gave us, among others, The Wizard of Oz, Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, and the iconic Gone with the Wind. You never heard profanity in the big studio movies until Rhett Butler told Scarlett O'Hara,
"Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn!"
He didn't coin the word. Sailors and others used that and far worse on a daily basis, but this was a shared cultural experience that somehow made it more acceptable. But still it was somewhat scandalous and Hollywood spent the next few decades dancing around the words the best they could. In westerns, prior to bar fights, the villain would start to insult the hero, only to be rewarded with a punch in the mouth before he could finish.
"Why you dirty..." POW! [Punch in the face.]
Sometimes they got as far as
"You dirty son of a ..." POW! [Punch in the face.]

How rude of our hero not to let them finish their sentences! Sometimes film makers would go to ridiculous extremes not to use a word. In one Dragnet movie, Joe Friday tells the bad guy the difference between you and me is:
"My mother didn't bark".
See what he did there? He called him a son of a... never mind!

(Writer Owen Wister illustrated in his 1902 novel, The Virginian, the good-natured use of insult and profanity between men wasn't necessarily a bad thing, so long as you "Smile when you say that.")

Late sixties, early seventies, while Isaac Hayes was telling us "Shaft was a bad mother...", the chorus cuts him off! Telling him to shut his mouth! Too late! Most of us had already figured out what came next. The late Sammy Davis Jr. used to tell of a trip to London, where he met the Queen and the Queen Mother.
"Over there, it's not half a word"
And all the adults knew what he meant. They also knew what the bad guy in the bar was about to say, and what Joe Friday was implying.

Fast forward to 1981, The Greatest American Hero, broadcast on a major TV network, every scene our hero would attempt something and not quite succeed was punctuated with the word "Damn". From scandalous utterance to comedy punchline in just 40 years! Broadcast TV is replete with the words "bastard", "son of a bitch" and others that were probably also considered scandalous not that long ago, but, I too, have become so inured to them, they just don't register anymore.

Fast forward to the present with the ubiquitous "F-bomb". I know people who use it like punctuation in their sentences, or as the only noun or adjective they've ever learned. Once the purview of R rated movies and cable TV, the "f-bomb" echoed through darkened theaters and living rooms...and spilled out into the street!

I think the first time I recall being shocked by such language was back in the early '80s. I was at Cal State Hayward at the time, and remember walking along the street, passing within earshot of three boys, about twelve, walking along the same street, and they were calmly, matter-of-factly cussing like little sailors. They weren't angry or upset, they were simply using "f-bombs" as filler...punctuation in their conversation.

It struck me then, as it does now, that the words lose whatever power or shock value they may have had, from constant misuse or overuse. Personally I have been of the opinion that people who are constantly given to profanity are exhibiting a poverty of vocabulary. It ought not be surprising how creative one can actually be in crafting an elaborate insult by ones self. Still, there are times when, as they say, "No other word will quite do!" and I have used them myself, albeit sparingly. Certain vocations, they seem to provide a means of clear communication! If profanity is a large part of your vocabulary, say it loud. F'ing A, bubba!*

Still the idea of dropping "f-bombs" casually and indiscriminately, or putting "f-bomb"" signs into the hands of small children at political protests, doesn't seem right to me. It must, of necessity, either lessen their power or numb us to their use.

Such language has thus lost much of its shock value. Again, I personally do not typically use that language in lieu of more creative uses, but if you use such words daily, frequently, and for the most trivial of things... then what are you left to say when you get really angry? When a person or a situation is really bad? Is there anything left? Or do you just say it a little louder??

Will the F-bomb join "Gosh, Doggone it, Shucks, Geez, Darn, Gee Willickers, Horse Puckey, H-E-double toothpicks" and the like in its soon to be newfound blandness?

Sheesh!


*It used to be de rigueur for Southern gentlemen to lower their voices when uttering profanity or speaking of unpleasant things. It seems there was nothing they couldn't say, so long as they dropped their voices, to spare any women or children who might be within earshot from hearing it

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

The duty of us all is to help Trump be better than he’s ever been before.
-Peter Augustine Lawler

Sunday, January 22, 2017

New Hyundai Ad With Joe Montana

"Leadership"


Nice!

I Googled "Women's March Trash"...

...because my friend Adrienne asked me if I'd seen any of the pictures of the aftermath. Without editorial comment, this photo came up in my search results (more than once):


When what I was expecting was something more like this...

Nothing Says I Love the Environment..

...like trash fires and burning automobiles!

Classic KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Quote du jour

Don't tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.
-Anton Chekov

Saturday, January 21, 2017

A Little Saturday Night Music

Wicked Game - Chris Isaak

Hitchhiker's Last Ride

KiRKWOOD



Original art by John Cox. More at John Cox Art

Best of the Web*

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*…that I’ve seen all week!
Political/SocioEconomic
Pardon Parade: Anti-American Spies and Terrorists

Obama's Legacy

Obama’s biggest whoppers -Washington Post

Ronna Romney McDaniel Picked as RNC Chair - because Trump hates women!

At the Last Minute, Obama Flushes $500,000,000.00 of Our Money Down “Green Climate Fund”

Obama Knows Vote Fraud Exists Because of the 1982 Illinois Governor’s Race




Videos
#Inauguration – Barron Trump More Mature Than SNL Writer Katie Rich




Culture
Betsy DeVos to Bernie Sanders: Free College Is Not Actually ‘Free’

Marc Lamont Hill: African-Americans Who Meet With Trump Are ‘Mediocre Negro[s]’

ONE CHART TO RULE THEM ALL: You'll never guess which political party leads in poverty and crime

The Ferguson Effect: The Chicago Way

Should Trump Defund the National Endowment for the Arts?





Technology
In 5 years, IBM thinks we'll have tech to see like Superman

Artist Creates Fabric That Can Fool Facial Recognition Tech

Peace sign selfies could let hackers copy your fingerprints

Tesla’s crash rate was reduced by 40% after introduction of Autopilot

IS turns hobby drones into remote-control bombs




Photoshops/Cartoons/Graphics

Cartoon of the Day – NRO

Flopping Aces -Sunday Funnies

John Cox- KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD, KiRKWOOD

Today's Toons 1/11/17

Today's Toons 1/12/17

Today's Toons 1/13/17





Linkfests:
Larwyn's Linx: The Deep State Goes to War With Trump, Using Unverified Claims, as Democrats Cheer

In The Mailbox: 01.16.17

Larwyn's Linx: Trump May Herald a New Political Order

Late Night With In The Mailbox: 01.17.17

Larwyn's Linx: Obama legacy a big lie, let me count the ways

In the Mailbox: 01.18.17

Larwyn's Linx: Hackers are so dangerous to our democracy that Obama will free Chelsea Manning

In The Mailbox: 01.19.17

Larwyn's Linx: The Ghost of Robespierre

In the Mailbox: 01.20.17

Larwyn's Linx: A Consuming Fear of Small Government



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 - Morning Mistress, girls with guns, Blogs With Rule 5 Links, Hot pick

American Power- Sistine Stallone, Erika Canela, Rule 5 Sunday, Lindsey Pelas, Lily Aldridge Intimates Sports Illustrated Swimsuit, Kendall Jenner Bikini Photo, The H2's Big Boob Friday Semi-Finals

Alyssa Milano

By Other Means - Cosplay, Tap Rack & Bang, Beware Sirens, Seeing Red

The Daley Gator – Daley Babes: Anna Diop, Sarah Harris, Yoga Pants Thursday!

Good Monday Morning

Zooeypalooza 25!

EBL - Sofia Vergara, Cowboy Cheerleaders, Cyd Charisse, Melania Trump

Feral Irishman - Tuesdeyes, Yee haw!

Friday Night Babe - Marina Squerciati!

Good Stuff's Cyber World #277

Knuckledraggin' My Life Away - Milfy Monday, Good Morning Girl, Good Morning Girl, Good Morning Girl

Pirates Cove - Sorta Blogless Sunday Pinup, If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see..., If all you see...

Flowing Curves of Beauty

Sex in Advertising - A Coke and a Smile!

The Right Way -Friday Babe, Rule 5 Saturday LinkOrama

Theo Spark – Samantha Hoopes' Wet & Colorful St. Lucia Paradise, Lily Aldridge Tans Topless

The Other McCain- Rule Five Sunday

Vintage Babe of the Week – Bonita Granville!

Rule 5 Woodsterman Style

Your Crazy Uncle Bubba- Shorties in shorts!, Range Day, Randomness, Friday Nite Tite Dresses!

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

2009- Obama dismantles a deal to give Poland a missile defense system to deter Russia
2017- He sends 3,000 US troops to Poland to deter Russia
-Mike B
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