Archive for October 2005

Hurricane Blues

October 30, 2005

FEMA was placed under the control of the Department of Homeland Security after the tragic events of 9/11. The new FEMA has less employees in it and appears to possibly be less effective than it was before 9/11 (at least in the opinions of many people who live in the hurricane ravaged southern coastline of the United States.) Hurricanes Katrina and Rita have shown us just how vulnerable we are to Acts of God (or nature). And defending ourselves against nature is equally, if not more important, than defending ourselves against terrorism. After all, Mother Nature can be the Meanest Lady of them all! LOL! So, I hope that our government officials have a new level of respect for unimaginable acts of nature which might present themselves in the future. Scientists, as well as psychics like Edgar Cayce and Jean Dixon, have predicted that major earthquakes will one day ravage cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco. Therefore, maybe federal agencies like FEMA need to get busy planning for the next huge unthinkable disaster.

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GLOBAL WARMING

October 29, 2005

A recent article published in the journal of “Science” verified my intuition (or gut instinct) that rising sea temperatures provide deadly fuel for hurricanes as they gain strength in the Gulf of Mexico, before hitting the coast line of the southern United States (resulting in a “scene from Hell”–as the locals put it). There is no doubt that green house gas emissions are linked to global warming. Every time we fill up our cars with “over priced” gasoline (sold to us by the robber petrol baron’s), our exhaust fumes add to the syndrome which is now coming back to haunt us in previously unthinkable ways. And these ways are not good at all. First, the idea of global warming was just a theory two decades ago, but now, it is rather obvious that it is a dangerous reality, with deadly effects, and it is no longer just a theory at all! Global warming is eating our lunch, and the problem will only get worse before it gets better, so now is the time to act before our environment gets totally out of control in the future. If we fail to act now (and or in the future), then the universal floods Nostradamus wrote about could easily become a reality in the decades to come. So let’s all “get real” about Global Warming and it’s effect on our world (before its too late to fix)!

Has the reincarnated Buddha arrived again?

October 23, 2005

It has been reported that a 15 year old boy who lives in Nepal is thought by many to be the latest incarnation of Buddha! The boy meditates for hours at a time seated in the lotus position near the roots of a large tree. As many as 10,000 people come to visit him daily. I have nicknamed this enlightened boy “Sid” (which is short for Siddhartha). Good luck to you Sid, our world needs all the enlightenment it can get!

Has you job been exported to China?

October 9, 2005

Another future region of trouble for the citizens of The West will be in the Orient. Presently, the United States and China have a strange relationship. At this very moment China has nuclear and biological missiles aimed at every major city in America, however, we seem “more than happy” to continue to export our manufacturing jobs there. It is almost like the United States and China have some type of Zen Confederation. The symbol of “yin and yang” are a perfect graphic representation of this relationship (two opposites which attract one another). Yes, China is our labor farm, and we are China’s marketing farm. In the 1960’s, anyone who would have thought about exporting American jobs to China would have been labeled as “a traitor”, or as a “commie sympathizer”. But now–it’s a common thing for American business men to “sell out” their fellow Americans by taking their manufacturing needs over to China. This is a situation which I hope the American labor unions monitor and report to us on, because America seems to be shooting itself in the foot (or letting the Chinese shoot us in our foot). Hey–we only have two of them to shoot, so what happens after that?

Japanese Spacecraft Touches Down on an Asteroid

October 4, 2005

It would be funny to say that Godzilla picked up a spacecraft, and threw it so hard that it ended up on the end of an asteroid, but that’s not really what happened. The Japanese space agency reported that its craft landed on an asteroid 170,000 million miles away in space. It collected sample material and is heading back towards Earth. Wow, what a feat to accomplish! We wish the Japanese good luck in their adventures in outer space. It should be noted that Nostradamus made several predictions about space travel (including the Moon landing).

Hurrican turmoil is no joke

October 1, 2005

Our point man in the hurricane ravaged coastline of Louisiana has phoned in the following report. The damage looks worse in real life, than it does on TV. There is an awful smell of death and stink in the air. The odor is terrible to smell. Boats have rested in places and ways that only Salvador Dali could have imagined (in a quite surrealistic manner). Snakes and alligators are everywhere, keeping workers on their toes in order avoid being bitten. According to him, it will take many years to fix the damage. We say good luck and god speed to everyone effected by the hurricanes!

MORE HURRICANE BLUES

October 1, 2005

FEMA was placed under the control of the Department of Homeland Security after the tragic events of 9/11. The new FEMA has less employees in it and appears to possibly be less effective than it was before 9/11 (at least in the opinions of many people who live in the hurricane ravaged southern coastline of the United States.) Hurricanes Katrina and Rita have shown us just how vulnerable we are to Acts of God (or nature). And defending ourselves against nature is equally, if not more important, than defending ourselves against terrorism. After all, Mother Nature can be the Meanest Lady of them all! LOL! So, I hope that our government officials have a new level of respect for unimaginable acts of nature which might present themselves in the future. Scientists, as well as psychics like Edgar Cayce and Jean Dixon, have predicted that major earthquakes will one day ravage cities like Los Angeles and San Francisco. Therefore, maybe federal agencies like FEMA need to get busy planning for the next huge unthinkable disaster.