August 22, 2019

No Need to Publish Letters About Publishing Photos of Dead Deer

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Warning! The photo to the left can be viewed as offensive and an influence to your moral compass. To continue reading, first, grow up.

This morning my inbox contained a link to a Letter to the Editor published in a Maine newspaper from someone that I believe is a faculty member at Thomas College. The letter was aimed at chastising the editorial staff of the paper for printing photographs of dead deer in their newspaper, stating that they, “find it very disturbing to open the paper and find pictures of slaughtered animals and don’t understand why those of us who have moral objections to hunting need to be involuntarily exposed to these pictures.”

One cannot argue that this person, at least states, that they find photographs of dead deer – and I would presume the same for all dead animals – bothersome and has difficulty viewing them. At same time, argument can reasonably be made that this person, if they are a college professor at a Maine college, lives in a state where deer hunting has, for many decades, been a rite of passage for residents and publishing photos of  “dead deer” in local newspapers is part of that rite of passage. We are in a constant state of war. The newspapers always contain images of war and the collateral damage of war. I wonder if this same person has the same moral objections to viewing dead bodies of men and women?

The bigger picture is what is most disturbing. We now live in a society in which the mindset is one of entitlement, combined with censorship (political correctness), and the selfish desire to force all others to one’s own way of thinking. This comes because respect and an understanding and appreciation of the interests of other people, has gone missing – more than likely by design.

We can also see an extreme case of this in the aftermath of another national “selection” for a new president. I recall when Barack Obama was “selected” as president, the false left was happy while the false right lamented the thought of this person being president of the United States for 4 or 8 years. With the tide changing, the false right is happy and the false left is struggling to get over it and in some cases resorting to violence to protest what appears to be something they know little about. But I’ll save that discussion for another day.

Back to the dead deer photos. If a newspaper caved to the whims of every unstable individual, who thinks of themselves as the author of all things “moral” and stopped publishing photos they believed to be of the interest of the majority of their readers, the paper would be void of all photos, for surely with little effort, an irrational weak person can find any photo disturbing and would have moral objections to what they represent while claiming involuntary subjection to viewing the pictures. How silly and childish!

I Corinthians 13:11 reads, When I was a child, I spake as a child: I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.Once it was thought, without much  discussion, that a person who held a position as a staff member of a college, had grown up and put away childish things. Evidently not.

Perhaps the author’s real intent was to offer disparagement toward the event of hunting and those that participate in it. A grown up would simply state such a position and offer rational discourse in support of their position, rather than bang their heads on the table, in a display of childish behavior, demanding the newspaper take away pictures and protect her from being “subjected” to what she considers the immoralities of others. Unfortunately, that grown-up behavior seems to be in short supply as any sane person can realize by simply opening their eyes.

I don’t read newspapers any longer because, as a grown man, I understand that its content is propaganda and full of things that are offensive and certainly what I would classify as immoral. Should I choose to open one up, I fully expect to find as I describe. The same adult behavior would prevent me from banging my head demanding my way at the expense of all others. I can only alter my own behavior as has always been the same way of existing in a state of sanity.

I doubt that the newspapers are going to alter what they publish because one reader has been offended…or has a related mission to end hunting. Such actions prove that insanity runs rampant throughout our perverted society.

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Off-Road Insanity and Media Insanity

I was sent a link to a story of how a couple, “from away,” traveling in a “tour bus,” with 22 dogs, followed their GPS and ended up on a snowmobile trail in northern Maine…stuck.

Insanity? It is insane that anybody should be traveling in a tour bus with 22 dogs. Yes, that’s insanity. Why is it insane? Because the Maine media, all of them, report on the incident of how the couple got rescued by police and game wardens, only mentioning the difficulties in places in norther Maine of using a GPS to travel.

No mention of 22 dogs. Insanity! It is the normal.

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Russians Can’t Collect Weather Data Because Global Warming Bears Ain’t Scared

Or something. To further my afternoon of sharing the insanity of the world, from the fact that idiots are “protecting” a species that doesn’t need protecting, much because George W. Bush is a moron puppet, to scientists unable to protect themselves, to believing the problem with bears is the result of some unproven, lied about climate phenomenon called Climate Change. The level of insanity is growing at rates of speed to fast to control. And by god did you know that because insanity is growing so fast, it’s generating heat and increasing the amount of carbon dioxide….OH GEEZUS! WE’RE ALL GONNA DIE! The trees will save me. I’ll call on the trees.

And if the story isn’t entertaining enough (sorry, if you think the news article is truth there’s no hope for you) and the madness of the world’s leaders and scientists aren’t enough, make sure you pour a cup of coffee, or some other chemical compound that changes the composition of what’s left of your brain, and read the comments to the article.

“The phenomenon may have intensified, though, due to climate change.

Melting sea ice and shifting patterns in the populations of the polar bears’ marine prey stoke the desperation of bears, which are being forced to travel farther for food.”<<<Read More>>>

All hail Algore! There can never be another explanation to anything again…except global warming. Algore and the “All-Seeing Eye.”

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Still Doubting The World’s Insanity?

treesexIf trees are so damned life-like, why not have sex with one. A total mindless, blinded person who calls himself a “forester” says, “There’s increasing evidence to show that trees are able to communicate with each other. More than that, trees can learn.

If that’s true — and my experience as a forester convinces me it is — then they must be able to store and transmit information. 

And scientists are beginning to ask: is it possible that trees possess intelligence, and memories, and emotions? So, to cut to the quick, do trees have brains?

It sounds incredible, but when you discover how trees talk to each other, feel pain, nurture each other, even care for their close relatives and organise themselves into communities, it’s hard to be sceptical.”<<<Read More>>>

I never thought I would live long enough on this really screwed up planet to witness this insanity. The perversion with dogs, pets and animals sends me over the edge but to think someone actually thinks this way.

Forgive them Father…but do they know what they do?

 

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Black Rifles Matter Insanity Won’t Stop

 

The insanity continues over “black.” I guess if you want to be an idiot, a moron, or get cramps in your butt, one excuse is as good as any other. And, so, I’ll repeat the old-timers’ saying from years ago: A man wanted to borrow his neighbor’s ax. When he asked him to borrow it, the neighbor said, “No! It’s Tuesday!” The man asked what Tuesday had to do with it, the neighbor relied, “Nothing! But if I don’t want you to borrow my ax, one excuse is as good as another.”

So those that want to find things where things don’t exist and be so stupid they can’t understand simple things, any excuse will do to act stupid. In the case of perceived “racism” a “Black Rifles Matter” sign in Boothbay Harbor, Maine sure is cutting the cake and getting frosting all over everything.

In this Online report, evidently borrowing someone’s play on words or slogan or rally cry, is illegal…well, that is if any of the words happen to be black.

In this report (warning: your browser will be seriously frozen and delayed due to all the forced advertisements) someone, perhaps from the Black Lives Matter movement, says that borrowing the slogan, “makes light of” the BLM movement. I suppose, by design, we get so embroiled in hatred we can’t see good in anything.

I wonder who began the ridiculous towel waving/spinning nonsense at football games? Whoever started it (I hope they didn’t use white towels) must have been like really pissed or something when another team’s fans, lacking originality and/or independent thought (and no doubt were racists), “made light of” the other teams’ fans because they began waving towels. Now everybody does it. And they use different colored towels. I wonder water the real racist message is? Don’t they, like, get it man?

President Obama stole the Pepsi logo when he ran for president. I guess he must have been promoting racism against Pepsi, well, because I think the head of Pepsi, is like, white or something.

What nonsense!

I wrote a piece telling it like this, but I like and agree with this guy who says: “Having a conversation about the abuse of rights—whether we’re talking about gun rights or the right of all of us, including minorities, to be treated fairly by the police—is something the whole country needs to engage in again and again until the message is received and followed.  And we won’t protect one right if we ignore others or seek favoritism for only some—rights or people.”

Have you wonder if anyone else is talking about this? Take a look below. And there are many, many more.

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The World’s Insanity Strongly Revealed in Boothbay Harbor, Maine

Back in August I posted on this website a photograph of a hand-made sign displayed, legally, on a person’s front lawn in Boothbay Harbor, Maine. Here’s the photo:

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It appears as though one Maine newspaper decided they would write a story about how the sign is racist. Upon further review, i.e. reading the article and the comments following (don’t forget to read the comments for the entertainment value and to substantiate my claim of the world’s insanity.) the world has definitely gone way off the deep end.

It seems that the word “black” needs to be stricken from the dictionary, and while we’re at it, let’s remove white, brown, red, olive, yellow…I guess any and all references to color.

My questions: Who named African Americans (if that’s the politically correct term to use) black? Who coined the term, “Black Lives Matter?” Who coined the term black rifle? And why does any of this make a bit of difference except for the fact that it involves guns? Isn’t that really the key? If the sign read, “Black Birds Matter,” would that be racist?

Back in August, I posted on this website, an announcement of a campaign called, “Black Guns Matter.” I haven’t heard of any complaints of racism in the promotion of this campaign. Is it because the person who began the campaign is black?

No, this isn’t a racist sign. It appears it’s about a man who changed one word of a well-recognized slogan, exercised his First Amendment Right to free speech, erected his sign legally, all for the purpose of pushing back against another man who doesn’t think his Second Amendment right matters. If changing the word is a crime, then all the world is guilty of taking somebody else’s slogan and using it for their own purposes. And, does a billionaire have more right to take away the Second Amendment, than a common man has at exercising his First Amendment right to protect his Second?

GEEZUS!

Those claiming it’s racist are using the sign as a distraction because they are realizing their efforts to ban the Second Amendment cannot be justified. Pulling out the race card is for LOSERS!

About all else I will say in regard to this action and reaction is that if you think this sign is racist, YOU ARE INSANE!

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WDFW hires wolf consultant – ABSOLUTE INSANITY!! 

Conflict-resolution consultant Francine Madden will start her new two-year, $850,010 contract with the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife by leading a closed-door session Thursday of the state’s wolf advisory group.

Source: WDFW hires wolf consultant, who closes another meeting – Washington – Capital Press

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Dylann Roof and Vester Flanagan: Compare and Contrast 

Conversely, in the aftermath of Vester Flanagan’s appalling crime, liberals have no desire to explore the roots of Flanagan’s hateful ideology. No one is blaming President Obama or suggesting that he should take responsibility for dividing the nation along racial lines, for the sake of political gain. No one is saying that the Black Lives Matter movement should disband, and stop stirring up race hate. Instead, the focus is on demands for more gun control, however useless the liberals’ prescriptions may be. The difference between the two cases is entirely political.

Source: Dylann Roof and Vester Flanagan: Compare and Contrast | Power Line

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Background Check System Failed In Lafayette Murders

*Editor’s Note* – This is a wobbly line to try to walk because on the one hand we have a writer who is rightly pointing out the ongoing failures of government, and yet, seems to be advocating for a better government background check system believing it will better prevent guns getting into the hands of those, “crazy as a loon.” Isn’t he?

Government fails at everything…period, and there is no perfect, foolproof system that can be put in place that would keep guns out of the hands of anyone with the mind to kill people or of those with no mind at all.

Before anyone goes advocating for a “better” or stricter background check system, shouldn’t we first attempt to assess whether the failed system in place now is actually accomplishing anything except costing the taxpayers more money just to create jobs?

John Russell Houser, the “drifter” who murdered two and wounded several more in a movie theater in Lafayette, Louisiana, was crazy as a loon. That isn’t unusual in such cases, but whatis unusual is that Houser was involuntarily committed to a mental institution in 2008. That fact should have prevented him from buying the gun that he used to commit murder, but the federal government’s NICS system failed.

Source: Background Check System Failed In Lafayette Murders | Power Line

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Perverse and Insane: Animals Thinking, Dreaming and Planning Vacations

Some guy named Carl Safina wrote another insane book about how animals are humans. It’s called “Beyond Words.”

In an email exchange, in which there is included an invitation to interview the author, the invitation is predicated by one persons’s comment that says:

“BEYOND WORDS is a must-read! Animals think, mourn, dream, make plans, and communicate complex messages in much the same way that we do! Readers who knew this already will rejoice! Others will learn the truth! And the more of us who capture the message, the sooner we will change the world!”

The invitation itself states that: “BEYOND WORDS offers powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger and love. Ultimately a graceful examination of humanity’s place in the world, Safina calls on us to re-evaluate our relationship to the other species around us.”

Beyond words is a most exacting title as nobody in their right mind would believe any of this shit and would run the risk of being institutionalized, by doing so, if it were not for the fact that those running the nut factories are, themselves, nuttier than a fruitcake.

This is just further proof that the American society has gone off the deep end. Only the most insane and perverse minds would write such utter nonsense and believe any of it to be of any truth.

Here’s the entire invitation to interview the author:

BEYOND WORDS

What Animals Think & Feel

By Carl Safina – host of PBS’s “SAVING THE OCEAN”

Prize-winning author and MacArthur Fellow Carl Safina weaves decades of field observations with exciting new discoveries in brain science that delivers enlightening insight into animal cognition in his landmark new book BEYOND WORDS: What Animals Think and Feel (Henry Holt/A John Macrae Book; on sale: July 14, 2015).

In BEYOND WORDS, readers witness elephant families navigate the pervasive drought and incidents of poaching in Kenya’s Amboseli National Park, see a free-living wolf pack sort out the aftermath of tragedy in Yellowstone National Park and finally plunge into an astonishingly peaceful society of killer whales living in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. These animals are treated as the individual characters they are, with distinct personalities and unique roles within social structures not unlike our own. Taking us into the animals’ lives and minds, Safina reports on the surprising similarities between our minds and theirs while thoughtfully tackling issues that affect us all, including habitat conservation and extinction.

BEYOND WORDS offers powerful and illuminating insight into the unique personalities of animals through extraordinary stories of animal joy, grief, jealousy, anger and love. Ultimately a graceful examination of humanity’s place in the world, Safina calls on us to re-evaluate our relationship to the other species around us.

Carl can speak about:

*How humans—with our friends, families, enemies, alliances, and career arcs—are similar to other animals that live in stable, structured groups, such as elephants, great apes, wolves, killer whales, and certain dolphins.
*How civilization has apparently dulled human senses and actually reduced our brain size, when many other animals are superhumanly alert, with ultra-fast response times and herculean physical abilities.
*How humans have inherited consciousness, thought, and feelings of fear, joy, grief, and emotional bonds from other animals, similar to the way we inherited our skeleton, organs, and nervous systems, and how it’s only a difference of degree.
*Why humans, dogs, and even crustaceans respond similarly to the same anti-anxiety and obsessive-compulsive drugs.
*What it means that humans and other animals share a remarkable capacity for grief.
*How human brains differ from those of whales and elephants, despite a relatively similar number of neurons in the brain’s cortex.
*Why humans and apes who view emotionally charged images respond with similar changes in brain and peripheral skin temperature.
*How orcas—whales born and built for a complex world of long-distance sound and long-distance travel—are affected by living in captivity.
*How the removal of Endangered Species Act protection affected the wolf population in Yellowstone National Park.
*Why humans’ strong tendency to act irrationally, to base decisions, beliefs, and actions on ideologies and things that cannot be seen, makes us different from other animals.
*How human language impacts the possibility of planetary catastrophe (and why animals that don’t communicate via human language may have the upper hand).
*Why species that have the most complex societies develop the most complex brains.

About the Author: Carl Safina is author of seven books, including SONG FOR THE BLUE OCEAN, which was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year, EYE OF THE ALBATROSS, VOYAGE OF THE TURTLE, and THE VIEW FROM LAZY POINT. Safina is founding president of The Safina Center at Stony Brook University, where he also co-chairs the University’s Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science. A winner of the 2012 Orion Award and a MacArthur Prize, among others, his work has been featured in outlets such as The New York Times, National Geographic, CNN.com and The Huffington Post, and he hosts “SAVING THE OCEAN” on PBS.

**To book an interview contact Terry Cater at terry@playbackproducers.com or 917-723-7596

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