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April 15, 2017

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narciso

It was medea Benjamin, right, why would anyone in their right...scratch that.

daddy

The Guardian: How confident can we be that Jesus Christ actually lived?

Well if the Guardian said that Jesus didn't actually live they would be telling their readers that the Koran is a lie because Muhammed in the Koran says that Jesus lived. If there was no historical Jesus, then Muhammed is a liar. The Guardian doesn't have the courage to say that Muhammed is a liar, ergo the Guardian has to say that Jesus existed.

QED.

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Dr J: A prudent strategy.

Please launch flares when you've concluded testing.

I'm not in the patents biz...more like the money magnetix biz.

Kapitalist Kev

Jack is Back!

DrJ,

Haven't forgot you. My SIL is a ding bat in a way and I have to keep reminding her for the email addy. She and Mrs. JiB have just got done 10 days of getting their father's house ready for the realtors in Antwerp.

Yeah, you guys in the microscopic world have all kinds of measurements us mere mortals will never see or understand. Theoretical physics seems to be in the same realm. Quarks and bosuns and photons. All I want is a good pair of reading glasses.

lyle, Some aged wines like from the 30's and 40's don't suffer from cork as much as tempurature and handling. Back then, in Europe everyone was hiding their collections or harvests from the Germans. Some in not very hospitable places for Burgandies or Bordoueax's. My FIL had a bottle of Cheval from 1941 that didn't turn vinegar so much as just turn into something resembling stale grape juice.

German wines which are mostly white didn't suffer as bad, natch.

narciso

Red squaw gives confused smoke signals


http://insider.foxnews.com/2017/04/14/elizabeth-warren-dems-criticize-trump-moab-strike-isis-afghanistan

Jack is Back!

daddy,

Rush the other day was plugging his brother's (David) new book, "The True Jesus". Sounds like a well research treatsie on his life.

I once read "Jesus of Nazereth" which was by an academic who tried like hell to paint him as a historical character who read the old testament and then just went around emulating their prophecy. Okay. Reasonable explanation but how did he corrupt Matthew, Mark, Luke and John?

DrJ

KK,

We are about a year-and-a-half to two years away from proof-of-concept. Money in hand, we could do it in six months. But that's the overhead of doing it by government grant.

And I don't think private money would touch it without proof-of-concept. The revenue stream is not big enough.

narciso

I perused it, it is very thorough primer.

The latter premise doesnt hold water he wouldn't have gotten such a strong reaction in Nazareth much less nerusalem.

lyle

I get you, JiB. I'm referring to wines being bottled now for decades of aging. The whole idea of eliminating cork taint but not traditional corks is the holy grail for winemakers and consumers.

Turd in a Suit.

Heh. The Tyrant demanded a Royal reception.

http://digbysblog.blogspot.com/2017/04/he-wants-to-be-princess.html?m=1

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All right, it's near time to go outside and harvest rainbow chard (a beautiful sweet tasting plant that I think has become my favorite green).

But before I do that here is two bits worth of my two bit perspective on "proving Jesus was real."
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Is there anything coming out of Britain these days that is not geared to appeasing their Mohammedan masters?

There are those who walk this Earth, albeit in remote locations, who are free to live the life Jesus lived, was trained and educated to live beginning as a small boy.

It was the same revelatory learning in the Essene tradition received by all who heard The Living Word.

How far initiates went in their mastery of the teachings was individuated by their own makeups.

The man who became known as "Jesus" was indeed a rarity among them. The Essene masters of that time had not experienced a young'n so capable of mastering natural laws from whence "miracles" came.

The biggies in the New Testament stories were merely the public displays at appropriate times of "the Kingdom" that are within reach of anybody who follows the "Living Word." (Mastering natural laws and living in communion with these.)

No proof necessary. Science might explain some or all of it. But proof is in the body, mind, and "heart" of the aspiring master him/herself.

The man known as Jesus had to go through the same lessons in preparation for the specific life mission he undertook, as they all did for their own individual fulfillments while serving *ALL* of mankind.

The Essene brotherhood still lives to this day. To me these men and women are the ultimate white hats on Earth who explain to me the thread by which the human race dangles so perilously.

For those who don't know about the Essenes and their Gospel of Peace (not the LibFash Flower Power douche baggy notion of the absence of violence), I recommend the scholarly but eminently transparent works of Edmund Bordeaux Szekely.

In short, Jesus lived.

The quest by outsiders for proof flails away to state the obvious for the sake of proving or disproving a spiritual concept wholly-appropriated by Constantine and the Romans, and grossly-perverted by the Council of Nicea.

How far from a true beginning does a "researcher" start their quest for proof when they demonstrate wholesale ignorance of the Essene traditions?

In under 12 months, my association with the Essenes for healing purposes has deepened faith in the Living Word.

I make no claim to "being an Essene." I'm just a Catlick Half-Breed Mestizo Injun who walks the Good Red Road and has fused his institutional upbringing on catechetics and spiritual understanding (homegrown through devoted Mother).

For me, the Essene Way is a cohesive and emulsifying force at this stage of life, during these harvest years post-60.

Proof that a human carcass did or did not walk the earth and did what the various Biblical authors said were "true" misses the [redacted] point.

narciso

So it's like the new coke rollout with the chubby tyro tyrant.

Jack is Back!

Link won't work, so here it is in broadband eating script. narciso can add to it.

Bay of Pigs

Invasion Fiasco Showed Necessity of Air Support

Two rubber rafts slipped quietly through the mangrove swamps surrounding Playa Giron in Cuba on the night of April 16/17, 1961.


Each raft held a CIA officer -- contract officers considered expendable by the Ivy Leaguers in Langley -- and a handful of Cuban exile frogmen. They were marking the limits of a beach for an invasion that was as bold, and as historic in its own way, as D-Day.

The mission, known forever as the Bay of Pigs invasion, would fail. Unknown to the two Americans and the 1,500 Cubans they had trained and advised -- after months of training, their close friends -- Washington power brokers had already decided to pull the air cover and cancel five-sixths of the preparatory air strikes which had been calculated to ground Castro's air force.

Already, parachute units had been dropped at strategic choke points by the C-54s and C-46 of the rebel Cuban air force. And a first pre-emptive strike by 16 rebel-manned Douglas B-26 Invaders was supposed to have eliminated the Cuban Air Force on the ground.

The ground invaders were kept in the dark, but the Kennedy brothers, unnerved by State Department objections, feared the US would be exposed as a patron of the invasion. So they cut back on the air available to the troops on the ground. They cut sorties. They cut targets. They cut reconnaissance needed to determine if targets had been hit effectively. They ordered the defensive guns removed from the Cuban exiles' B-26s. Instead of three strikes by 16 aircraft each, only one strike was made -- and only with half the planned striking force, 8 instead of 16 planes.

The half-strike destroyed half of Castro's air force on the ground. He was still left with B-26s of his own -- and more critically, with Sea Furies and three armed T-33 jets. And no sooner had the President ordered the cancellation of subsequent strikes -- at the urging of Secretary of State Dean Rusk -- than someone in the US Government leaked that decision to the Soviets, who quickly passed it to their Castro Cuban clients.

Castro's air arm was not very well manned or led, but it was so unequally equipped it didn't matter. Even though the B-26s were able to outmaneuver and shoot down a couple of the Sea Furies (which is less amazing the more you know about the B-26), the exiles had no answer for the jets except the air cover that had been in the original plan. The low-level dogfights alternately elated and depressed the exile ground unit, "Brigada 2506" -- depending on who was getting shot down at the time. But the lack of cover not only exposed them to enemy fire, it allowed the Castro Cuban Sea Furies and bombers to destroy or sink the supply ships with the ammunition that the men of 2506 needed to stay in the fight.

Thinking that the problem was that the men in Washington didn't understand, the rebels and their US advisors mounted a desperate attempt to airlift an eyewitness out of the beachhead on the 19th: two Alabama ANG-crewed B-26s would fly as "fighter support" for an attempt to land the C-46 on the beach landing strip at Playa Giron and remove B-26 shootdown survivor (and aerial victor over a Sea Fury and a Castro B-26) Matias Farias. Farias was rescued and recorded a tape which has been described as "a vivid account." The tape was flown to Washington, but it appears to have disappeared; it doesn't come up in the CIA, Kennedy Library, or National Archives collections.

Admiral Arleigh Burke, Chief of Naval Operations, General Lyman Lemnitzer, his army counterpart, and CIA officer Richard Bissell tracked down President Kennedy at a social event at the White House and ran through several options to save the crumbling beachhead. Kennedy objected to each one: "Then we'd be involved!" the President objected. "Mr President, we ARE involved!" Burke thundered. "We trained and armed these Cubans. We helped land them on the beaches. Goddammit, Mr President, we can't let those boys be slaughtered there!" (It was career curtains for Burke, a Pacific War hero; he'd be shuffled into retirement in a little over three months). What Kennedy thought can never be known, but he returned to dancing while the Admiral returned to the Pentagon, forbidden to send his ships or planes to the rescue.

One of the CIA officers would take the last message from the doomed troops ashore. "I have nothing left to fight with. The enemy tanks are already in my position. Farewell, friends!" A veteran of Omaha Beach on D-Day and a former Army Special Forces officer, Grayston Lynch was as hard as Americans get, but he was in tears as he copied the message down in a shaky hand. "For the first time in my 37 years, I am ashamed of my country," he would later write.

The men of Brigada 2506 met various fates: a handful were plucked off the beaches and out of the mangroves by the same two Agency men. A larger number were shot without trial by Castro. The rest went into captivity; some were tortured, some not. President Kennedy ransomed some of the survivors for tens of millions of dollars in 1962, but others stayed in captivity. Of the men that were ransomed, most became US citizens; dozens served as US military officers; and some found other employment with CIA.

The Cuban rebel air corps did little better. Of the original 16 B-26s, 13, and several replacements, were lost. When the Cuban exile pilots collapsed from exhaustion, their instructors -- Americans from the Alabama National Guard -- took over. Four Americans were lost, two of them were murdered -- one, Thomas "Pete" Ray (right), in Castro's presence, and possibly by Castro himself -- after capture. In a gruesome coda to the whole exercise, Ray's body was kept in a freezer until 1978 and occasionally removed and abused by Cuban leaders. (His daughter, Janet Ray Weininger, won a large judgment from the government of Cuba in US court in 2004). The other Americans killed were Riley Shamburger and Wade Gray, shot down in the other B-26, and Ray's flight engineer, Leo Baker, who was murdered and thrown into an unmarked mass grave. (Ray's got special mistreatment because he was definitely American; Baker was mistaken for a Cuban).

The Bay of Pigs invasion is a tidy little package of object lessons made for a War College seminar, but perhaps because it was such a shameful defeat for the US. it's little studied today. A lesson learned from World War II, and neglected in this case, was the necessity of air supremacy to permit an invasion to succeed. Britain, Norway, Singapore, Guadalcanal, Crete, Sicily, Normandy, the party that holds the air winds up holding the ground. Perhaps no battle in history better illustrates this than the Bay of Pigs. It is also a study in several even older principles of war, and perhaps some principles in human factors.

The US failure was diplomatic as much as military. Despite the State Department and President strangling the operation to prevent its US origin from becoming public knowledge, the cat was out of the bag from the very beginning. UN Ambassador Adlai Stevenson, who had been kept in the dark about the whole project, was outraged when he found out he'd been sent into the UN to utter a false, and easily disproven, denial. The Soviets and their satellites had a propaganda field day. Kennedy was ultimately forced to drop the 150-plus-year-old Monroe Doctrine.

If the Soviet source in the high levels of the US government was ever discovered, his name has never been revealed.

While US vacillation weakened the nation abroad, secrecy and recriminations ruled at home. Attorney General Robert Kennedy, for instance, publicly denied that the follow-on air strikes had been canceled. The CIA was scapegoated for the incident, with director Allen Dulles and Richard Bissell (the man behind the U-2 and SR-71 reconnaissance programs, as well as the Bay of Pigs) forced to resign for the consequences of decisions they'd opposed. The first accurate report didn't come until 1964, when lawyer Dr Mario Laza -- who would have run for President of a democratic Cuba -- was able to piece together the story, after interviewing surviving participants. A Reader's Digest version (literally!) of his study can be found as one of the exhibits in the first FMI link.

A classified CIA study by Agency Inspector General Lyman Fitzpatrick came to similar conclusions, although it also identified many shortcomings in planning and procedures. WIth only mild redactions to protect the privacy of living individuals and certain intelligence sources and methods, that document was declassified in 1998, and is available along with many other primary source documents at the second FMI link.

The last word should probably go to Dwight D. Eisenhower, who knew something of invasions, of Presidency, and of this plan, of Kennedy's handling of the crisis: "A profile in indecision and timidity."

FMI: www.bayofpigsmuseum.org, www.foia.cia.gov/bay_of_pigs.asp, www.brigada2506.com

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"And I don't think private money would touch it without proof-of-concept. The revenue stream is not big enough."

Dr. J--- goes without saying.

But even without the absolute full scope of the particulars, *I* see the revenue stream. Risking here the possibility of coming off as a know-it-all who doesn't have command of the facts.

Allow me to explain.

And please, if you have the time and are inclined in this maybe-too-public forum, rescue me if I'm wrong.

The gist as I can tell is to solve the problem of cork influencing quality (intentionally general term for discussion purposes) spectrum of fine wines (or not-so-fine as the case might be on a day ending in Y ;) )

That is a grand scale problem going forward.

It reminds me of the dude who invented the small plastic studs fitted on each and every toilet seat in the known universe today.

Cracked bowls were the problem brought on by slamming lids. Not sexy. Just effective. A must have.

Your process sounds like that kind of a game-changer.

Anyways, we can leave it there. Just riffin on a sunny Holy Saturday.

Kev

Turd i

Gawd you are full of yourself unlike true Essenes, or even Macedonian non-Jews to whom Jesus actually walked the Earth, despite your a-hole, ahistoric bleatings.

Maybe a sweat-lodge will dislodge your putative roots, but I think you're a cigar-store indian

T

Gawd you are full of yourself unlike true Essenes, or even Macedonian non-Jews to whom Jesus actually walked the Earth, despite your a-hole, ahistoric bleatings.

Maybe a sweat-lodge will dislodge your putative roots, but I think you're a cigar-store indian

Clarice Feldman

All right, Dr J--You get me dibs on the IPO..and I'll make you ossobucco whenever you're in town.

Jack is Back!

Since we are on the subject of wine: A Brief History of Wine Fraud.

http://thebacklabel.com/a-brief-history-of-wine-fraud/?utm_source=retention_science_newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=tuesday_4_4_17#.WPJzglLMzrJ

Believe me. Its huge and especially in restaurants, Asia as a locale and certain unverifiable retailers.

Texas Liberty Gal

Has anybody read this? I'm not sure I want to invest time in reading the whole thing when there is a big chance its mostly fake news.

http://www.vanityfair.com/news/2017/04/jared-kushner-steve-bannon-white-house-civil-war

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LMAO... Oh. A new name slips through.

Let's agree to disagree. That's what the elbow patch coed sniffers say, right?

I make no claim to being an Essene. Or did your malicious zeal propel you past that obvious and plain disclaimer.

Where did you say you bought your feathers?

Killfile on zap mode.

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"All right, Dr J--You get me dibs on the IPO..and I'll make you ossobucco whenever you're in town."

Now we're talkin ! ;)

Jack is Back!

TIG,

Fake, made up news to satisfy a self-fufilling prophecy
n
The left desperately wants to create internal friction in the WH, and have picked on this very weak link between Kushner and Bannon. Its more Goebbels from "La Resitance" and is full of holes.

If its Vanity Fair then you know it is not pro-Trump or even pro-America. But rather a reflection of how the Eastern Establishment Elitists see what they want to happen.

DrJ

KK,

You have the story right. It potentially is a transformative solution to a problem that will plague the wine business as long as corks are used.

Clarice, I'll keep that in mind!

narciso

There's remarkably little to it, tlg.

I'm removed enough from the events to realize operation Pluto was handled as diligently as all other covert infiltration from valuable to op 54 20.

daddy at Seat 9B

Liz Warren wouldn't know a mountain from a femtomole-hill.

Porchlight

Of course some test samples might be able to be arranged.

How many bottles will need to be opened to find a corked wine to test? ;)

Serious question about testing, though. Would you artificially taint the testing samples, or look for genuine field samples? It might make a big difference.

lyle

Just a reminder about the IPO and homemade osso buco, viz: Boise is a lot closer than D.C., DrJ...

narciso

The last issue on newsstands now tries to make wormold into Alex Dryden,

daddy at Seat 9B

A day ending in the letter "y"

African Migrants Brutally Rape
Swedish Teen, Leave Male Friend
with Brain Damage
Breitbart London, by Jack Montgomery
Original Article
Posted By:earlybird, 4/15/2017 2:59:58 PM
Two migrants have been given sentences of three and two-and-a-half years for beating a young man almost to death before violently raping his female friend. The government will try to deport only one of them, temporarily. The Freie Zeiten reports that three teenage girls and one male friend met for a party at an apartment in Kista, near Stockholm, citing Solna District Court documents. One of the girls invited a 21-year-old migrant from Liberia, Richelieu Jarara, with whom she was acquainted. This man brought another African migrant, a Kenyan named Fayed Mwangi, with him. Before long, the migrants began sexually harassing the girls.
. Bye.

T

Ok. I can negotiate peace like a Hopi. Can you honor that better than White eyes?

DrJ

lyle,

Yes, but the government pays me to fly to DC pretty regularly. Are you willing to fly me to Boise? :)

Porch,

We will start with spiked wines. Davis has some incredibly powerful analytical tools they have used to characterize the problem. In fact, a long-time sponsor of mine there has as her research field "the sensory perception of wines." What a great field to study!!

So using those tools we can tell pretty well how effective we are.

Texas Liberty Gal

JIB & narcisco - Thx for the input-glad I didn't bother reading it.

Jack is Back!

Geez, daddy, no window seat so you can watch the pacific roll by?

Got a lot of United stories since, back in the day, I was in their 100K club and flying San Francisco to Buenos Aires via Miami every 2 weeks until I crashed an'so I decided to just move there.

Lets put it this way, I was single and the FA's knew it. Caused a few issues later on trying to say goodbye.

Twats suite

"WHINES" are the preferred topic, considering the subject alternative fact availability over the week end. Lol

narciso

Bemen was most recently produced of sgt schultz' s pre volodya today outing

Twats suite

I'll ask again narco:

Did you spend any time in central America in the 80s?

Murder, or connected to Nun Murders?

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Nyuk nyuk nyuk


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Correct caption, wrong pic :(

Twats suite

From the 40% Obama oppos...a legacy is a warlike status, as long as only others die.

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"Lets put it this way, I was single and the FA's knew it. Caused a few issues later on trying to say goodbye."

Ahh the sweet memories of unbridled carnalities...

Pacific Southwest Airlines (PSA) morphed into today's Southwest.

Stews wore miniskirts (1972)... yeowsa yeowsa yeowsa... accepted our fake i-deez... they seemed to have a thing for catlick high school boys... my Italian crime partner in them days would say nasty things to them in Italian.... he was luckier with that than my pocho spanglish rap....

Cazzo!

Jack is Back!


Ah! I see now. There are mentally disturbed. Okey Dokey. That explains everything.

http://gatesofvienna.net/2017/04/mentally-confused-man-breaks-up-good-friday-mass-in-essen/

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Bearded MoMo shoulda got his throat cut outside the church.

Weak horseys can't win.

Jack is Back!

warning: Cernovich about to make a jackass out of himself and try to pull down conservatives along the way. Please do not give this jerk any noteriety.

Jacks a whack

Many times confusion in the commission of crime is, a rather weak defense, but better than fully apparent intent, so there ya go again.

Jacks a whack

Just give him immunity..

The first and LAST 100 days.

narciso

The parent of a schoolchum was part of operation Pluto and later flew in the congo.

narciso

Friends don't let friends take the basilisk seriously.

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roger that, narciso

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Jack,

That guy is certifiable. I quit following him a few weeks ago, and apparently he has gotten worse. People are up in arms about him, and he is killing any reputation he had.

The final crazy seems to have begun when he got on 60 Minutes. Yeah, like that guy s someone I want to represent me. Pfft.

This is such a shame, as these people like Cernovich and Watson and others could have been real forces in a new media. Instead, they have let their egos get in the way, and now I consider them no more reliable than the mainstream media. They are just pushers of a different narrative.

It's so disgusting.

Jacks a whack

Thanks for that, ummm, seemingly genuine reply. Your perspective does seem youngish to be of that Age.

Unlike many here, I do respect the logic of History, rather than the Peoplethimk.

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"Well... well, well." -RW Burnside

"Devastating aftermath of the 'Mother of all Bombs': Children play among the rubble in Afghan town where largest non-nuclear weapon ever used by US military killed 94 militants including four ISIS leaders

Ministry of Defense official said the death toll could rise as the bomb site is assessed

Nangarhar spokesman Ataullah Khogyani, said there is no report of any civilians being killed in the bombing

Former president Hamid Karzai criticized the Afghan and US governments for the attack

On Saturday, Karzai said allowing the US to carry out the bombing was 'treason'

Current President Ashraf Ghani said the government worked closely with Washington in coordinating the attack

The attack is the largest non-nuclear weapon ever used in combat by the United States military


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4413864/Afghan-death-toll-mother-bombs-rises-94.html#ixzz4eLwlT9VI
Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Jacks a whack

Yes...and NO CIVILIAN CASUALTIES.

A miracle of precision and ordnance management!!!

IL DUCE!!!!

Porchlight

The bombsite was not a town.

Typical Pallywood-style response.

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"Here is the list of Obama-era regulations that President Trump has managed to repeal using the CRA so far..."


http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/04/15/trump-congressional-review-act-legislative-milestone/

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/04/15/naval-reserve-commander-sean-spicer-continues-service/comment-page-1/#comment-3826126

He has a masters from the Naval War College.

rich

re: the MOAB attack on the cave complex. It might have been additional message sending in that North Korea is notorious for their tunnel building and there are hints that they have worked with Islamists in the past. Wild speculation on my part.

Jacks a whack

Trust me on this. No way No Civilian casualties..

But why should that concern you?

rich

Posted by: Jack is Back! | April 15, 2017 at 04:30 PM

Who is that guy? Hadn't head of him before and the little of bothered to look up he seems more of a LaRouche-ite than anything else.

Jacks a whack

There are, even more profound concern trolling that you should consider.

This, is almost window-dressing.

Jacks a whack

Most see the big bomb positively for now, so take some temp comfort.

The headaches can wait.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

rich,

I wouldn't worry about wild speculation. Seems to be the MO of most of the media these days, as well as trolls.

Heck, I am about ready to buy into the time traveler theory. LOL!

Miss Marple the Deplorable

https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2017/04/15/latest-moab-strike-assessment-shows-much-higher-death-toll/#more-131363

Includes video of interviews with villagers.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Tweets & replies Media

Thomas Wictor‏ @ThomasWictor 14s14 seconds ago

Thomas Wictor Retweeted SonofMOAB.357

The Indian press is reporting that 500+ Pakistani officers of the ISI were there.

I believe it. Problem solved.

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First I have heard this. Will scout around for Indian reports.

Jacks a whack

In a way. I am from the future compared to y'all. .lol.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

http://www.oneindia.com/international/500-pakistanis-including-isi-officers-blown-up-in-mammoth-afghan-bombing-in-us-2404608.html

henry

That is a big claim.. 500 Paki ISI and 500 ISIS. A grain of salt needed here on the numbers. However as an ISI organized logistics point that complex makes lots of sense.

maryrose

Good Luck JIB.
I will offer my Easter Mass for you and your family and hope you recover soon.
A Blessed Easter to all the people at JOM and a special thanks to TM for allowing us to share our thoughts and these holidays with each other.
Happy Easter to you and your family.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

henry,

That part of the world is always dangerous for exaggeration, for sure. India, however, keeps an eye on ISI as much as they can, and there was an element of the ISI who were aiding the Talleban.

I have no idea, of course. I just wanted to post it so that people were aware that the story was out there.

Jacks a whack

No Way No Civilian casualties.

Jacks a whack

Thanks to AQ Khan.. Paks worse than Iranians for immediate threat.

Jacks a whack

End Timers and Caliphate restives agree on the push.

Hurry Sundown..

Clarice Feldman

Yes, the Indian press probably exaggerated, but I hope they didn't exaggerate by much.

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BWAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ... talk to the hand, touchhole!

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The trifecta.

Jacks

You've already broken the truce White Man? Thats a new record for conservative-level broken trust.

Lol...

Jacks

You've already broken the truce White Man? Thats a new record for conservative-level broken trust.

Lol...

Jacks

You've already broken the truce White Man? Thats a new record for conservative-level broken trust.

Lol...

Jacks

You've already broken the truce White Man? Thats a new record for conservative-level broken trust.

Lol...

Jacks

I think four of a kind beats three.

lyle

Is there a killfile equivalent I can use on my iPhone? This pustule is getting out of hand.

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The MoMo "Oh Shitsky" moment:

Jacks

You really are a string-theory- level Putz, you half-bred Nunes of the Bay Area rejects from humanity.

Can you hum whilst you suck?

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8 kills in under 5 minutes--- pus-wad is itching like he gots head lice.... the Dancing Coo-tee Master

Jacks

You had nothing to do with MOAB, huckster jr.

Except in your erectile dysfunctional attempts at linguistic penetration.

Failure is a given..

Jacks

Everything to kevlar is a soft target
.lol

rich

I'm skeptical there would have been that many ISI officers in one location.

and good grief.


lyle

Bet there won't be next time, rich.

narciso

As a general rule, the boys of appears, are not such a sociAble bunch, a prince from the kingdon or two, that s something different.

Bust or impeachment.

Lol...again

http://thehill.com/homenews/administration/328958-trump-takes-trip-to-florida-golf-course

henry

The article said 4 ISI, the rest of the Pakis were army. Yet still a major concentration even if the decimal place is off by 1. Must have been a major log and training base.

rich

>>>Bet there won't be next time, rich.

Posted by: lyle | April 15, 2017 at 06:31 PM<<<

lol ... yeah, oops, if that is the case.

DrJ

lyle,

You can always run Chrome/killfile on the iPhone. I don't find one for the native Safari.

rich

I think I might finish off half this pack of Sierra Nevada Summerfest before I can start cooking my dinner.

Clarice Feldman

https://clarionproject.org/u-s-dept-of-education-promoting-islam-to-schoolchildren/#.WPEsupdw2sk.facebook

Rse, janet--this will singe your hair.

maryrose

I would love an osso buco cook off if I knew what that dish was.
Lyle:
Caution: Clarice is a gourmet cook who makes her own bread.

rich

I think lyle is too, maryrose. We never did get far with the JOM recipe book.


Dave (in MA)

I can't imagine why Mrs. Featherpasser dumped the douche.

rich

good grief.

any deftones fans here? besides me.

rich

anyway they have a show at National Harbor I'm thinking about going to.

lyle

Osso buco is braised veal shank, maryrose, and I don't make my own bread.

henry

Rich, enjoy the show! How is the SN Summerfest? I have Spotted Cow with my dinner.

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