Tuesday, April 29, 2008

New Iron Man Full Trailer HD!

This could be the best comic book movie EVER!
Even better than Spider-Man!

Go See It And Tell Me About Your Experience.


Monday, April 21, 2008

The Church of Oprah Exposed

This video isn't far from the truth.
Oprah is groom'n women who follow her into "The Church Of Scientology".
Oprah is using Scientology references constantly.
This video is slanted, only because they don't know where her mindset is. Some Christian faiths don't really understand where this type of thoughts come from so automatically think she Satanic! This time they hit the nail on the head though, her reasoning is from L. Ron Hubbard's play-book!
His so-called religion is founded on the the principles of the "Church Of Satan" founded by Aleister Crowley. I've wrote about this hundreds of times before.



The way Oprah "followers" have gone to her "Church" they don't really know what she represents. If they do their homework they soon find out!

Sunday, April 20, 2008

Beany and Cecil - Little Ace From Outer Space

I've Been Very Busy Lately.
I'll Tell Ya Why In A Week Or Two.
So Ill Post One Of My Favorite Cartoons When I Was A Young'n.
Hope Ya Enjoy This Blast From Da Past!

Saturday, April 12, 2008

My Daughter's Fun!

Steph and a Albino Burmese Python.

She's swam with sharks, sting rays, dolphins...Rode elephants, horses...
She's now on her way it get'n her blue belt in Mixed Martial Arts/Muay Thai and Kempo Karate...
And she's a laugh riot.

Today as I was park'n my winter beater 98 Chevy Blazer in a parking space, some fuck'n witch tried to cut into the space with her Volvo waggon. I looked at her and mouthed the words through the wind shield , "Wa ya do'n"?
She glared back at me and mouthed back, "I was here first"!
It was obvious she was nutz!
So I thought to myself, "self what should'ya do here"?
Steph was half smile'n know'n what I was gonna do.
"Hey Lady I Just Put Da Truck In 4 Wheel Low & I'm Gonna Drive Over Your Hood"!
I didn't think Steph thought I'd do it, but I did put the vehicle in gear and 4 wheel low and inched closer. "Daddy don't"!
I laughed so hard as she sank into her seat and down to the floor on the truck in embarrassment.
I said "I'm not gonna do it, but that lady is a pure witch and needs to learn a lesson".
I parked the car half way in the spot. She went crazy! And the more she got offside the more we laughed at her. After about 10 minutes she gave up and took the space beside me. Not until she gave me the finger and told me to fuckoff a dozen or more times! Oh did I tell ya she had a 3 or 4 year old daughter in the back? The really funny thing was when I got out'a my SUV. She and I finally met face to face.

I smiled the smile of a devil and said, "Have a nice day".

We had a good day. Steph played with snakes and I taught her to not back down to yuppies.

Sa Later Wally.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

"I Smell Bullshit!"

China: "Plot on Olympic athletes foiled".
Thu Apr 10, 7:05 AM ET
BEIJING - China said Thursday it had uncovered a criminal ring planning to kidnap athletes and others at the Beijing Olympic Games.
Thirty-five members of a ring based in the restive western Xinjiang region were arrested, Ministry of Public Security Spokesman Wu Heping told a news conference.
"We face a real terrorist threat," Wu said. The arrests took place between March 26 and April 6, he said.
Since the Sept. 11, 2001, terror hijackings, China has tried to portray the simmering separatist rebellion in Xinjiang as being fueled by terrorist organizations in Central Asia and the Middle East. But evidence made public has been scarce.
Western embassies asked Beijing for more information after authorities said they broke up an attempt to hijack a plane in western China last month but so far no evidence has been provided, diplomats have said.
On Thursday, Wu said the ring was plotting to kidnap athletes, foreign journalists and other visitors to the August Games. He added that police had also confiscated almost 22 pounds of explosives and eight sticks of dynamite and "jihadist" literature in the latest raids in Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang.
Wu also provided further details on a second group arrested in January, alleging they had been manufacturing explosives and were plotting to attack hotels, government offices and military targets in Shanghai, Beijing and other cities.
Wu said the gang had been acting on orders from a radical Islamic Xinjiang independence group, East Turkestan Islamic Movement.
While the United States has labeled the East Turkestan Islamic Movement a terrorist organization, the State Department alleges widespread abuses of the legal and educational systems by the communist authorities to suppress Uighur culture and religion.

The Chinese government is trying to deflect what go'n on during these protests.
I'll bet that this story is the biggest pile of horse-shit since George Bush said those immortal words "Weapons Of Mass Destruction"!
This country should be watched, and closely. Whom ever takes the fall from this story look for an immediate death sentence. Much like the ones I reported of in the past.
Dollars to donuts they're Tibetan or Burmese.
Anyone out there wanna make a bet that this story is the biggest whooper told this year?

I'm take'n bets and give'n 2 to 1!

...me luv ya longtime...Wally.

The Torch Rally Leaves With It Tail Beneath It's Legs

ArchBishop Desmond Tu Tu.
In San Fransisco.

By The Associated Press

SAN FRANCISCO - The Olympic flame is on its way to Buenos Aires, Argentina, Thursday after a fleeting visit to San Francisco.
Faced with thousands of anti-China protesters, authorities pulled a bait-and-switch routine on the crowds who turned out to see the flame Wednesday on its only North American stop. The torch was relayed along a shortened, alternate route before it was finally taken to the airport and put on a plane without a formal goodbye.
In China, where the summer games are taking place, the state-run Xinhua News Agency is reporting that the San Francisco leg proceeded without major disruptions.
It says the route was changed due to what it describes as "threats by Tibetan separatists and their supporters."
International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge has been in Beijing for meetings with Chinese officials. He gave the U.S. torch relay a mixed review, saying it was "not the joyous party" they had wished for.

Tuesday, April 08, 2008

"Good For Roots"!

Roots loses U.S. Olympic contract

Roots Canada has lost its contract to design the clothing for the U.S. Olympic team to American fashion giant Polo Ralph Lauren.
It's the second major Olympic loss for Roots in recent years. In 2005, Olympic organizers chose Hudson's Bay Co. to outfit Canada's Olympic teams through the 2012 Olympics — replacing Roots, which had outfitted Canada's team for the Olympics from 1998 to 2004.
Roots' distinctive red "poor boy" beret for the Canadian team at the 1998 Games in Nagano attracted a lot of attention to Roots.
The hat was a huge seller. Its popularity among Canadians and celebrities helped Roots to win the contract to outfit the U.S. team in 2002.
In an announcement on its website Monday, Polo Ralph Lauren said it would "bring an elegant and contemporary style" to the U.S. Olympic teams competing at this summer's Games in Beijing.
Clothing from the Polo Ralph Lauren U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Team collection will be available for Americans to buy in June.
Hudson's Bay says its Canadian collection for the Beijing Olympics will debut May 1.

What's not written here is "Roots" actually backed out'a their contract with the U.S. Olympic Team and "Ralph Lauren" stepped in. Still a great deal of "Roots" clothing are made in China, but their best products are still made in Canada. I say shop there this year. Shop wisely though. Read the labels.

Boycott "Ralph Lauren" and "H.B.C. companies" . "Zeller's" , "Winners", & "The Hudson Bay Stores".

This is the first in a series of blogs that will call on everyone to boycott certain stores and products this year.
Thanx Wally.

Monday, April 07, 2008

Clinton urges Bush to boycott Beijing Olympics


US Democratic presidential candidate Senator Hillary Clinton ...

- Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged President George W. Bush on Monday to boycott the Beijing Olympics opening ceremonies this summer unless China improves human rights.
Clinton, in a statement, cited violent clashes in Tibet and the lack of pressure by China on Sudan to stop "the genocide in Darfur."
"At this time, and in light of recent events, I believe President Bush should not plan on attending the opening ceremonies in Beijing, absent major changes by the Chinese government," the New York senator said.
Bush plans to attend the Summer Olympics ceremonies in Beijing in August and so far has resisted pressure to change his plans in response to a violent crackdown against protesters in Tibet by Chinese authorities.
China has also been accused of refusing to use its influence on the Sudanese government to get it to stop what the United States calls a genocide in the Darfur region.
Clinton joined U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California in calling on Bush to boycott the ceremonies.
"I encourage the Chinese to take advantage of this moment as an opportunity to live up to universal human aspirations of respect for human rights and unity, ideals that the Olympic games have come to represent," Clinton said.
Speaking before Clinton's statement was released, White House spokesman Tony Fratto said that, "We have a great deal of concern about human rights in China."
"We have never been afraid to express those views," he said.
He said the Bush administration expects American athletes to participate in the Olympics.
(Reporting by Steve Holland and Toby Zakaria, editing by Lori Santos)

Olympic torch 'extinguished' twice by officials as anti-China demonstrations engulf Paris

The Olympic torch was extinguished twice by officials today amid noisy demonstrations in Paris today.
The move came after it was decided to put the flame on a bus when police were confronted by thousands of protesters. It was not immediately clear whThe news comes as it revealed the Metropolitan Police are locked in a row with Chinese officials over who was to blame for the torch relay farce which brought embarrassment to London.
Both sides claimed the other was in charge of the 31-mile parade through London which was supposed to be a celebration of this year's Games in Beijing and instead turned into a fiasco.
And International Olympic Committee President Jacques Rogge admitted he was "very concerned" over the demonstrations.
"I'm very concerned with the international situation and what's happened in Tibet," he said in a speech to the Association of National Olympic Committees in Beijing.
"The torch relay has been targeted. The IOC has expressed serious concerns and calls for rapid, peaceful resolution in Tibet."ether the torch was extinguished by accident. As many as 1,500 pro-Tibet demonstrators shadowed the relay over eight hours on Sunday as it passed from Wembley to Greenwich through central London and past the 2012 Olympic site at Stratford.
Commander Bob Broadhurst, the officer in charge of the route, had more than 1,000 officers at his disposal but consistently found them overstretched by the scale of the protests.He claimed the Beijing Olympics Organising Committee - Bocog - took all the decisions regarding the route and changes to the way the torch was carried.Mr Broadhurst said: "My log from yesterday is fullk of decisions where Bocog had made the call, not us. None of those decisions were made by us."
Wearing blue tracksuits, the hired 'thugs' barged protesters out the way and even shoved spectators in Downing Street, where the torch was greeted by Gordon Brown. As the surreal circus made its way through London, no one seemed able to prevent campaigners launching wave after wave of attack. Flashpoints included Downing Street and outside the British Museum where more than 2,000 activists massed to protest China's role in Tibet. Former Blue Peter presenter Konnie Huq was almost knocked to the ground as a demonstrator tried to snatch the torch from her.
Elsewhere, as 100 protesters besieged the parade on Fleet Street, the torchbearing party was forced to stage a "breakout" using a London bus to reach the safety of St Paul's Cathedral, where the procession resumed on foot. Security was progressively stepped up until more than 50 police officers wearing heavy stabproof vests were taking part in the bizarre marathon. Resembling the U.S. Presidential bodyguard, they jogged along forming a triple ring of steel around the torchbearers. The inner circle was a blue ring of 15 Chinese "flame attendants" flown in from Beijing to "protect" the torch.

Surrounding them were 17 yellow-jacketed police officers on foot - who had to complete the full length of the gruelling 31-mile parade. Some of them ran along wearing cycle helmets "so they could use cycles if necessary", said the Met. Looking ludicrous, they held hands as they ran in a chain to repel any protesters who breached the outer ring - which was made up of a further 40 beat officers in black uniforms. In all, around 2,000 Metropolitan Police - including airborne, mounted and river units - were mobilised for the eight-hour event. The Met was forced to explain the role of the Chinese 'goon army' of security guards who surrounded the flame at all times. Officially described as members of the Beijing organising committee, the burly minders were flown in specially for the event. They patrolled alongside London officers and seemed unafraid to get stuck in to the running battles with protesters.The Met later denied the Chinese guards had been given any special jurisdiction, a spokesman saying: "Their role is to protect the torch. They do not have any executive powers while in London. Police officers were on hand to deal with any incidents."Former Labour minister Frank Field said: "This is deeply damaging to the Government. We just look silly don't we?"The only way we are getting the flame through London is by using 'police state' tactics. "Many of my constituents phone and ask for police support against yobs and are told they haven't got anyone available - yet when you have got the torch coming through London for a dictatorial totalitarian regime there seems no end of police available to protect the torch." The protests, over China's human rights record and occupation of Tibet, began soon after rower Sir Steve Redgrave started the parade at Wembley at 10.30am. Within ten minutes, police had arrested three people who attempted to board the official bus. Around the same time, activists Martin Wyness and Ashley Darby were held at Ladbroke Grove as they waited with fire extinguishers to try to snuff out the flame. About 500 campaigners gathered at Downing Street where former Olympic heptathlon champion Denise Lewis arrived with the flame. As several attempted to run towards the torch, they were bundled to the floor by police. Those taking part in the relay included ten Olympic champions, 18 schoolchildren and public figures such as newsreader Sir Trevor McDonald. The torch was lit in Olympia, Greece, last week and will go through 20 countries before being carried into the Beijing Games opening ceremony on August 8. The Prime Minister decided to greet it in Downing Street despite coming under pressure to boycott the parade and the Beijing opening ceremony. Opponents said Britain risked being seen as complicit with oppression, and recalled Chinese President Jiang Zemin's state visit in 1999 when police stopped protesters carrying the Tibetan flag, which is banned in China. In a classic piece of looking through rose-tinted spectacles, Liu Weimin, spokesman for the Chinese Embassy in London, said: "I was in the torch relay convoy today and I saw many people welcoming the arrival of the flame who were holding up banners of welcome to London.

"The people of London came out on this cold day to support the Olympic relay."

Asked if the Chinese would pick up the £1million bill for policing the event, he said: "This event was hosted by London so I cannot answer that."

Meanwhile in Paris, officials said that pro-Tibet protesters would "not get anywhere near" the Olympic flame.Police have secured a perimeter of some 200 yards around the torch as it is carried in relay by 80 runners on an 18-mile route from the Eiffel Tower to a stadium in the south of the capital.The torchbearers are protected by a cordon of 65 motorcycle police, 100 jogging firemen, another 100 police on roller blades and nearly 50 vehicles with more than 200 riot police.But mdia rights group Reporters Without Borders denounced the security arrangements.A spokesman said: "All that is missing is an appeal to Parisians to stay at home along the lines established in Beijing, where only officials welcomed the Olympic torch on a Tiananmen Square emptied of passers-by."

The Evening Stadard.

Friday, April 04, 2008

Wallycrawler's Movie Picks:

I just came back from see'n Martin Scorsese's "Rolling Stone's" documentary "Shine A Light". And what can I say?

Brilliant! That's what.

Scorsese has masterfully filmed "The Stones" in two concerts at New York's Beacon Theatre and wound the two nights into the best concert film since maybe his "Last Waltz".

Getting up close and personal with Mick and the boys brings back many a memory for this ol'boy.

I've been lucky enough to see The Stones a number of times from the early 70's - present days. And ya know what? I really enjoyed this time as much as the last. You'll see, your really right there in the Beacon with that crowd. Especially if you see it in "IMAX", which we did. Oh did I say I had the pleasure of escorting my 11 year old daughter Stephanie? Well I did and she thought it was a blast!

Some of the moments that are locked in my mind are... : Micks indecisiveness in choosing a set list for Martin. : The look of expressions on Charlie Watts usually expressionless face. :And the emotional moment when Keith gives Buddy Guy his "Gibson" guitar. There are other equally great moments such as the older interviews, the special guests...But I wont ruin it fer ya. Just go, and make sure ya experience it in "IMAX" for the best effects!

Ya know what? Noth'ns changed in thirty odd years: Keith Richards is still the heart and soul of the "Rolling Stones"and Mick Jagger is still the brains and brawn of the "Stones"...

...And Martin Scorsese is the single greatest movie director ever!
Sa Later Da Wallycrawler

Wednesday, April 02, 2008

The Question That Is On Everyone's Lips???


Don't worry... Nobody will feed a worker in China!

The most appropriate sign in China!

Can You Believe These Fuckers Have The BOMB?