Saturday, July 31, 2010

Jon Stewart On Obama's "View" Appearance.

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Hysterical!
Wally OOT!

Monday, July 26, 2010

Tony "da Hock A Luggy" Hayward Is Gonna Be Gone...




BP Is Dump'n Tony Hayward. Hmmm...? I'm Wonder'n How Much Money This 'Turd' Will Get To Step Down? Consider'n That His Company Has Never Been More Profitable. Plus What He Knows About BP's Collusion To Release da Lockerbie Bomber. & This Story:

BP ready to start drilling off Libya

LONDON: BP is to begin deep-water drilling off Libya, despite environmental concerns after the Gulf of Mexico spill and an international row over the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
The plans, reported in the Financial Times, come in the shadow of controversy as the oil firm faces scrutiny of its 2007 deal to acquire gas and oil fields off Libya at a cost of $US900 million ($1 billion).
At a depth of more than 1700 metres below sea level, the new site in Libya's Gulf of Sirte will be 200 metres deeper than the Gulf of Mexico well that exploded on April 20, killing 11 oil workers and causing immeasurable environmental damage.

Reports at the weekend suggested BP's chief executive, Tony Hayward, was concluding the details of his imminent exit as the firm prepared to make an announcement on his future.
After days of detailed negotiations over Mr Hayward's severance package, it now appears almost certain he will announce his departure before BP's half-year results tomorrow.
According to estimates, those results are expected to show BP has made profits of nearly $US10 billion this year, despite the Deepwater Horizon disaster that left the company facing bills of many billions of dollars.
Despite increased pressure from senior officials, including the US President, Barack Obama, the British oil group has vigorously denied any involvement in the release of Abdel Basset al-Megrahi, after the Lockerbie bomber was freed by the Scottish government on compassionate grounds.
The British Foreign Secretary, William Hague, has written to US officials saying the decision by Scottish authorities to release the only person convicted of the deadly bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 was ''wrong and misguided''. But there was no evidence to suggest Mr Megrahi was returned to Libya in return for lucrative oil deals, Mr Hague's letter to the US Senate said.
Mr Hague said he, like the British Prime Minister, David Cameron, disagreed with the release of the Lockerbie bomber.
However, he said, the decision was for Scotland alone, and that he had seen nothing which showed that the oil company interfered in the process.
Telegraph, London; Associated Press




Now That Tony "da Hock" Is Gonna Get His Big Payday... Do Ya Think He Will Finally Buy A Good "Rug"? Nice Toupee! hahaha... Looks Like It's Just About To Come Off, But....no.

Wally OOT!

Saturday, July 24, 2010

I'm Just Think'n Back Today.

20 Years Ago This Weekend I Took Jake To da Florida Keys For His First Time.

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This Is One Of da Bands I Was Really Into Back Then. I'm Sure I Drove Jake & Terry Crazy Play'n "World Party" & "The Waterboys" For Thousands Of Miles!

The Genius Of Karl Wallinger: Karl Is Not Part Of World Party, He IS World Party! He Wrote Most Of The Music For da Waterboys and Was da Musical Mind Behind Sinéad O'Connor.
Robbie Williams Covered Karl's Song "She's The One" Note For Note; Won Award After Award. World Party Still Makes Very, Very Good Pop Music With An Album Every Six Years Or So.
I'd Say He's Become An Eccentric Recluse Lately. In 2007 He Released "Best In Show". Best Of.
New Work Is On It's Way!

Karl Wallinger Is da Best Kept Secret In Rock.

Wally OOT!

Monday, July 19, 2010

This Article on CSI Really Threw Me...

http://www.csicop.org/specialarticles/show/anti-witchcraft_campaign_continues_at_cfi_kenya

Here's my response:


Is Witchcraft any worse than America and China hiring goons to kill off tribes all over Africa to score natural resources? Or The Dutch stealing diamonds and murdering millions of nationals? Just wondering?
Not that I condone Witchcraft for curing AIDS or any other form of diseases. Just wanted to put it out there. Most of the plight in Africa has been caused by the Western Civilization. Why in all your wisdom on CSI, do you think these people will ever trust us? Again?
Kenya has been ravished by the Chinese in the last 10 years. They have hired hit squads to kill off thousands of tribesman just to acquire land rites.
American pharmaceutical companies have again killed off 100's of thousands of Africans with the AIDS virus doing the same. Stealing land rites and to acquire billions of dollars of national resources.
If I was in their place I to would be looking for, praying for a supernatural response to our downfall. Because the rest of the world is either to stupid or inane to really respond to our plight.

So don't look to the Witches. Look to yourself, because 'WE' are the problem with Africa! 'We' are the threat in Africa!



Here's what I wrote after I got shit on by minions:



Did you read what I wrote or do you want to put words in my mouth?
"Not that I condone Witchcraft for curing AIDS or any other form of diseases..."
I'm well aware of what is going on. It's a sick dastardly religion. Again... Ask yourself why? Why now after years when the Witchdoctor was regulated to tourist attraction has this "faith" come out of moth balls?

The West nor is the East trustworthy to Africans & either is their religions or medicines. Has anyone on here been to New Guinea or Hatti? There are the same problems there. I was in Hatti before the quake. If you want to see "backwards societies" Hettie drop anchor there.
Again they come to these charlatans because they have no one else. Imagine if you were warm in your bed and then the next thrown out of your house, you family butchered, raped, your home set ablaze and your government condoned it. That's Africa. Imagine if you went for a simple inoculation and months later your whole family and yourself had an incurable disease. That's Africa. Who would you trust?

Don't kill the messenger.
Find out the truth for yourself.


Wally Out!

Ya Gotta Be Shit'n Me?

Oil reported to be seeping near well

 In a letter to BP official Bob Dudley, retired U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said that seeps have been detected in the sea bed.

jkaleem@MiamiHerald.com

The U.S. government said Sunday that a seep was detected in the area of the oil well at the bottom of the Gulf, which could mean that oil is leaking from the seabed once again.
No details were given on the size or exact location of the seep, or on what it was made of, but a seep is usually a flow of hydrocarbons, which occur naturally in crude oil.
In a letter to BP official Bob Dudley, retired U.S. Coast Guard Adm. Thad Allen said that a seep was in the sea bed, and he told BP that monitoring of the seabed is ``of paramount importance'' because of the seep and ``undetermined anomalies'' at the wellhead. The letter asked BP to quickly tell the government of any seeps and requested a plan for quickly opening the well's choke valve to allow oil to flow -- and likely be siphoned up to boats -- if there's a leak.
If the well leak is confirmed, the well cap will likely be reopened to prevent the environmental disaster from becoming even worse and harder to fix. That means oil would likely gush once again into the ocean after three days of no new oil.
Allen gave BP 24 hours to give him a written update of ``your intentions going forward'' and said the he is ``concerned that all potential options to eliminate the discharge of oil be pursued with utmost speed until I can be assured that no additional oil will spill.''
He reminded BP that finishing two relief wells should be its priority and told the company to ``provide me your latest containment plan'' in the case that the current cap's test is suspended.
The letter was released late Sunday. Earlier in the day, BP and federal officials had given differing accounts about the success of the containment cap placed last week on the oil well.
Early Sunday, BP Chief Operating Officer Doug Settles had indicated that the company wanted to leave it in place until permanent relief wells were finished in August, well beyond an initial two-to-three day test period BP and the Obama administration had announced.
As long as the cap, which was placed Thursday, held, ``there is no target set to open the well back up to flow,'' Suttles had told reporters Sunday. ``No one associated with this whole activity . . . wants to see any more oil flow into the Gulf of Mexico,'' he said.
But Allen, the U.S. government's point man on the oil spill -- and the person with the final say -- outlined a different plan just hours later, saying ``nothing has changed'' and that more testing was needed on the containment cap. ``The ongoing well integrity test will continue . . . with the potential for additional extensions in 24-hour increment,'' he said.
Sunday's letter said the testing would continue but reflected increased government concern about safety issues. It also showed that BP's hopes to keep the containment cap on -- and the well sealed -- were less likely to go forward, despite the effort being the company's only success at a complete, if potentially temporary, plug to keep oil from gushing into the ocean.
Earlier Sunday, Allen said more work was needed to better understand why pressure readings from the well cap are lower than expected. There could be two reasons, he said: Either there's less oil in the reservoir because so much has flowed out, or oil is leaking out underground.
A pressure reading of over 7,500 psi, or pounds per square inch, would indicate the well casing is intact. A lower reading could suggest a leak.
On Sunday, pressure had reached 6,775 psi, BP said.
``While we are pleased that no oil is currently being released into the Gulf of Mexico and want to take all appropriate action to keep it that way, it is important that all decisions are driven by the science,'' Allen said.
Allen previously said that once tests were complete, the cap would be hooked up through nearly a mile of pipes stretching to ships on the surface that will collect the oil. That would mean oil would have to be released back into the Gulf for possibly three days to release pressure from the well.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Sunday, July 18, 2010

I Love It When This Guy Struggles...

I Don't Know Why? I Just Hate His Guts!


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I Think It Was Because He Was Such A Phony Fuck? And Now He's OH SO Exposed. There's Something OH SO O.J. About'em?

What A Total Puss!
Wally OOT!

I Love This Video!!!!

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I Wonder Why?
Wally

Saturday, July 10, 2010

If I Was Gonna Make A Movie... This Is da Movie I'd Make!

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Amanda Seyfried figure'n out Julianne Moore’s problem.

Wally Gots A New Crush.

Saturday, July 03, 2010

You Will Have'ta Fight For Your Freedom Again America!

Obama Wants Control Of da Internet. Great.
Slap that name "Rockefeller" to da proposal and I'm cringing!

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On This Day Before America's Independence I Want To Introduce You To A Real Patriot: Meet Aaron Russo. R.I.P.
Killed By da C.I.A.



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Wally OOT!

Thursday, July 01, 2010

"HAPPY CANADA DAY"!

"HAPPY CANADA DAY EH!" 

Or what I like to call it "Pierre Trudeau Day". Lester B. Pearson has a day. Trudeau definitely needs a holiday named after him. & It should always fall on a Friday. French wine should be chilled a served with a salmon, as da meal to accompany a good ol'hockey game. It should be celebrated in da fall. He liked that season.

Hey! Maybe da hockey game should be a tournament with Western, Ontario, Quebec & East Coast Professional players play fer da "Canada Cup"?

I'ma Flip'n Genius!
Wally OOT!