Friday, July 19, 2013, 11:33 AM
I just quit my old job... Because I got a new one. I am now full time although I still have some adjusting to do.
Saw man of steel great flick think I am going to see pacific rim tonight.

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nothing but pics and vids 
Saturday, April 27, 2013, 12:19 PM
Nothing big happening.
On Twitter I Reposted what I think is one of the best Comercials of the Year.

I mean Agent Smith and GE, What is not to love.
GE responded by sending me a Agent smith version of my AV

Truth is a I am working on something in RL but I am not Quite ready to admit it?

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It's All over.... NOT 
Friday, March 1, 2013, 11:51 AM
So It's the end of the World... Sequester has fallen. Cities are over run with Zombies, Human sacrifice, dogs and cats living together... mass hysteria! The country side as reverted too a post apocalyptic wasteland. with Roving cannibal bands and Armed Militias enforcing despotic vigilantly law... NOT!
March 1, 2013
Obama Signals He’d Let Cuts Stand to Avoid U.S. Shutdown
WASHINGTON — President Obama and Congressional leaders emerged from a White House meeting on Friday without resolution to the budget impasse, meaning that the across-the-board spending cuts that take effect Friday could remain in place for weeks if not months.

Speaking to reporters after the hourlong meeting, Mr. Obama called the cuts “just dumb,” and criticized Republicans for their refusal to negotiate a package that includes some new revenue to balance those cuts.

“The only thing we’ve seen from Republicans so far in terms of proposals is to replace this set of arbitrary cuts with even worse arbitrary cuts,” said Mr. Obama.

The president also signaled that he wants to avoid a clash with Congress that could shut down the government at the end of March even if it means allowing across-the-board cuts to remain in place for months, saying that the cuts will not amount to an “apocalypse.” “The pain, though, will be real,” he said.

Mr. Obama’s comments came as Republican leaders made clear they had no intention of budging on the president’s demands that the across-the-board cuts be replaced with what he calls a “balanced” package of spending cuts and tax increases.

Speaker John A. Boehner emerged from the meeting after about an hour to indicate that little progress had been made toward bridging the differences between Republicans and the president.

“Let’s make it clear, the president got his tax hike on January 1st,” Mr. Boehner told reporters after the meeting ended. “The discussion about revenue, in my view, is over. It’s about taking on the spending problem here in Washington.”

Sounding relaxed as he took questions from reporters, the president said he disagreed with that position and hoped that Republicans in Congress “come to their senses” in the weeks or even months ahead. But he seemed resigned that the deep cuts would remain in effect.

He said he hoped Republicans would change their minds “after some reflection,” but he admitted: “It may take a couple of weeks. It may take a couple of months.”

And the president appeared ready to move beyond the repeated fiscal debates in the last several years to the broader agenda he spelled out in the State of the Union speech, including gun control measures, pre-school, a higher minimum wage, an immigration overhaul and changes to the nation’s system of voting.

Mr. Obama summoned the four top Congressional leaders to the Oval Office in an effort to discuss how to move forward in the wake of the failure to avoid the cuts, known as sequestration, White House aides said. They said Mr. Obama would continue to push for a long-term budget deal that includes spending cuts and tax increases.

“We have an opportunity here still on the table for Congress to take up a balanced deal that would complete the job, and then some, of achieving more than $4 trillion of deficit reduction over 10 years, in a balanced way that helps our economy grow, that helps it create jobs,” Jay Carney, the president’s press secretary, said Thursday.

But ahead of Friday’s meeting, Republican leaders made clear that they had no intention of agreeing to such a deal, and said the president was prolonging the automatic cuts by insisting on tax increases. In a statement issued Friday morning, Senator Mitch McConnell of Kentucky, the Republican leader, showed little evidence of wavering.

“I’m happy to discuss other ideas to keep our commitment to reducing Washington spending at today’s meeting,” Mr. McConnell said. “But there will be no last-minute, back-room deal and absolutely no agreement to increase taxes.”

The meeting between the president and the four lawmakers — Mr. Boehner; Senator Harry Reid, the majority leader; Representative Nancy Pelosi of California, the Democratic leader; and Mr. McConnell — is the first time since the end of last year that the group has gathered for a direct discussion about their differences.

But the fact that the meeting was scheduled for the day the automatic cuts go into effect — and after members of Congress have left town for the weekend — was a clear signal that no one expects to make serious progress toward an agreement to undo the cuts.

Republicans once denounced the across-the-board cuts as bad policy, especially for the military. But many in the party have now embraced them as a way to trim the size of government over the objections of the president and Democrats in Congress.

Mr. Obama’s top advisers believe the impact of the cuts will be severe enough over the next several weeks that Republican lawmakers will be forced back to the bargaining table.
1 March 2013 Last updated at 13:47 ET
White House meeting ends with no deal on budget cuts
US political leaders have left last-ditch talks at the White House without a deal to avoid steep budget cuts.
President Barack Obama blamed Republicans' refusal to allow any tax rises for the negotiations' failure, calling the sweeping $85bn (£56bn) in cuts "unnecessary" and "inexcusable".
Congress has left for the weekend, with the spending cuts due to be written into the budget by Friday's end.
The IMF has warned the cuts could slow global economic growth.
Analysis in the US suggests the nation's economic output, or Gross Domestic Product (GDP), could grow by just 1.4% in 2013 if the cuts are not delayed or replaced. US GDP grew by 2.2% in 2012.
"Every time we get a piece of economic news... as long as the sequester is in place, we'll know that the economic news could have been better if Congress had not failed to act," Mr Obama said on Friday, using the Washington DC jargon for the budget cuts.
The US president attacked congressional Republicans for "refusing to budge" on closing any tax loopholes, arguing they were protecting tax breaks for the "well-off and well-connected".
Mr Obama said he believed a sufficient number of lawmakers were willing to make a deal, even if their leaders were not.
"There's a caucus of common sense," he said. "It's just a silent group right now."
'Spending problem'
Republican House Speaker John Boehner, meanwhile, reiterated his party's refusal to allow taxes to rise and challenged the gridlocked US Senate to pass a bill first before the House acted on a plan.
"The American people know that Washington has a spending problem," Mr Boehner said as he left the White House on Friday.
"Let's make it clear that the president got his tax hikes on 1 January. The discussion about revenue, in my view, is over. It's about taking on the spending problem."
The BBC's Mark Mardell in Washington says the cuts are meant to hurt - they were deliberately designed two years ago to be so brutally painful that politicians of left and right would be forced to agree on a better way of balancing the books.
The cuts are split roughly evenly between military and domestic programmes, but effects will be felt over time rather than immediately.
Budget bills from both parties were defeated in the Senate on Thursday.
Next budget battle
A Democratic plan proposing nearly $30bn in future cuts in defence spending and a minimum tax rate on incomes exceeding $1m, was blocked by Republicans.
Although Republicans and Democrats both say they want to reduce the budget deficit, estimated at $845bn this year, the president has accused Senate Republicans of allowing the cuts to proceed.
But Republicans contend that the president and his advisers created and proposed the idea of the cuts during budget negotiations in 2011.
The cuts are scheduled to be signed into the federal budget by President Obama by 23:59 local time on Friday (04:59 GMT on Saturday).
But now attention will also turn to the next congressional challenge - a possible shutdown of the US government if no funding bill is passed in the next month.
On 27 March a temporary federal budget that has kept the federal government running since 2012 is due to expire.
House Republicans have said they will vote on a bill next week to fund the government through the end of the fiscal year, on 30 September, but keep in place some automatic cuts taking effect on Friday.

Right now every major player in DC is playing the Blame game and targeting his and her counterpart in the other party well they try and make sure that the cuts are aimed too do the Worst visible damage. Of course the fact that these Cuts could be targeted too the fat as opposed too the meat is beyond them. I mean just think about this The President was on the Road to try and Campaign for the last few weeks. That means he was using Air force one. It costs $180,000 for a hour of flight. Now I am not against AF1 I am am Against using it as a personal tour bus especially when one of the issues is spending. but he will be back stomping and stumping in a age when Video Conferencing is more and more the norm?
Really Does the DOD need A flying Humvee?
there is always tones of Pork in the budget and this is not even a nick in the huge whopper of a the spending done by the US.

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The Black count, and the feeling of the down. 
Saturday, January 12, 2013, 10:44 AM
lets see There has been so much in such a short time. I am not really feeling the energy too play in the sims right now not sure why.
Just finished a good book though. The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo by Tom Reiss. Its the story of a Real life Black General who fought for France in that country's revolution leading up too the Rise of Napoleon and the betrayal of every thing that general stood for. Poor guy is still being stepped on.

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Tuesday, November 27, 2012, 12:00 PM
they Suck. I had too pull a double on Thanksgiving and my phone has been ringing off the hook for fellow empolyees calling out I am not answering them Because of thanksgiving night I hate second shift.
I had no time too get a Meal and every one is all so happy about it.

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Knocking on Heavens Door.... Not! 
Monday, October 22, 2012, 01:28 PM
I am back!
I just spent tha last four days on What I thought at time was my death bed With a really really bad case of the flu... Or may be I was possessed. All I know is My neck is killing me and It's going too be a pain too clean the split Pea soup off the Ceiling.

So First thing that happens when I hit the streets too talk too @+&# about my Phone six panhandlers. Look I know Times are tough but having too say No too Six beggars in a row over a one hundred foot section Of Downtown Main street Is a bit much

Spare Some Change * wham *

Anything would help * Slam *

Have any change * Whoom *

Change please * Pow *

I need Help too * KAPOOW *

Please Sir... * ZAMPO! *

for the record I am not That Cruel I just Told them I can't. but still the Batmanopedea is fun

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More Politics for my -1 readers 
Friday, October 12, 2012, 11:52 AM
I am not able too watch the Debates on the Tube So I am using YouTube too watch them. I did not Bother with the reply's on the presidential debate but on the VP Debate It was really nasty stuff. Mostly using CAPS and four letter words. The Presidential debate was fairly considerate although Obama was lackluster When compared too 2008. No name calling took place and Interruptions were a min, In the VP Biden was down right abusive. It was almost Like a Chris Matthews Parody, and blatantly insulting. He also was Running full steam and contrary too some admissions on the first subject. The Attack on the Bengazi Embassy.

I am convinced now that the Embassy was attacked not once, but three times. the first attack was launched form the state department in the form of undercutting requests for security and ignoring intelligence and attacks on other Embassy's and NGO's.
If this were a Perfect World Those who are responsible in the State department including Joseph Kennedy would be Charged with Negligent Homicide.

The Second was the Physical attack. Those behind that would be four counts of Premeditated Murder and lord knows how many attempted.

The last was the Launching of a Cover up and trying too pass the blame too the Terrible Video. The mouth piece of this being the US ambassador too the UN. the people behind which would be facing Perjury.

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Trekkers are everywhere 
Thursday, October 11, 2012, 12:06 PM
A friend posted on his site
So Playing Final Fantasy 3 on the Vita, currently in a cave full of vikings and they have a ship call "Enterprise" o.O

I had too say:
"Trekies are everywhere... We secretly took over and have been slowly building a Gene Rodenberry World under your nose. We are also secretly building the starship enterprise... Opps said too much. * puts on red shirt*"

Just think about it for a second Am I so far off the Truth?

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What too say? 
Tuesday, October 9, 2012, 10:26 AM
Really What too say. This is turning into a weird world where Big Bird is suddenly a Political issue. Really Romney was trying too soften the Blow be cause he was on with a PBS Icon. Obama seems too be looking too attack with anything. I am starting too wonder if He has some kind of heath issue I mean really he looked terrible in the debate he seems too be acting like a man against the ropes searching for anything too use too clobber back with I mean Big Bird?
Of Course Big Bird and his Friends at Seaseme Street have reacted requesting Obama Stop his Big Bird attack ads.

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in the public intrest 
Saturday, October 6, 2012, 11:00 AM

A public service from your local Zombie good works council.

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