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Posted by Thunder Pig on December 11, 2008

All posts here are closed and the current blog I am at is located here.

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Is NOAA Monkeying With Data?

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 5, 2008

Cross-posted from Thunder Pig

Data that indicate the level of atmospheric CO2 decreased from January to July for the first time has been changed on the Mon Loa Observatory website to support a continued upward trend of atmospheric CO2…along with previously stored data.

Watts Up With That? has the story.


It must really suck for the Global Warming crowd that a cooling ocean will be sucking even more CO2 out of the atmosphere over the coming years. I’ll bet they haven’t even thought of that. In a few more years…no amount of data-manipulation will be able to hide that from the public.

Expect to see more jiggling of the numbers as it begins to become apparent to all that Human-caused Global Warming has been the largest hoax in the history of mankind pushed upon us all by lefties, and their willing accomplices in the scientific community.

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Pagans Celebrate Lammas under the Magnolia

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 2, 2008

I have the post on WNC Citizens Blog.

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The Islamization of America in Shelbyville, TN

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 2, 2008

America is a nation of hard working people that have used their labors to make this country the promised land for many. Untold thousands of American workers have sweated and toiled through injury and grit to make this nation the greatest nation on the face of this earth. Labor Day was created to recognize that toil. Labor Day was created to show appreciation to the American worker.

The Tyson Foods’ poultry processing plant in Shelbyville, Tennessee has decided to eliminate Labor Day as a holiday. Workers at that plant will no longer have a paid day off on Labor Day, but will instead take the Muslim holiday of Eid al-Fitr, a Muslim holiday that occurs toward the end of Ramadan, in the fall. The reason stated for this decision to eliminate Labor Day for the Muslim holiday was to accommodate the Muslim workers at the plant.

The company is focusing on the fact that the number of holidays still numbers at eight, meaning the change will not affect production, hardly considering the fact that they’ve eliminated an American holiday for a concession to an ideology that has declared war on The West. Rather than assimilate into the American Culture, the Muslims are expecting to be a culture apart from ours.

The Muslim holiday, Eid al-Fitr, specifically means “Festival of the Breaking of the Fast” in Arabic, and marks the end of Ramadan, the Muslim holy month of fasting.

Source: Political Pistachio (be sure to read the whole thing)


Our whole society is being deconstructed before our very eyes. How soon will it be considered wrong to display Christian symbols in public? No, wait…that is already happening here, and in Europe (Eurabia).

Rising Muslim Violence in Europe.

Intifada in Denmark, France and Germany.

The intifada is coming here, mark mu words. And it will be the fault of the left here, as it was in Europe.

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Thunder Pig Out of Lockdown Status

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 2, 2008

**Mirror of my real blog, in case Blogger goes nutso again.**

This is the shortest lockdown I’ve experienced, not that I’m complaining.

Regular blogging will resume shortly.

I wonder what would have happened had I been on a vacation when these flags were thrown? I would have returned to nothing.

Thank You, Blogger, for providing another incentive to move to my own domain, and to seek another blogging platform.

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Life on Mars?!?

Posted by Thunder Pig on August 2, 2008

Rumor has it that there will soon be a HUGE announcement on the possibility, and that President Bush has already been briefed.

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Any Way You Like It (Unless You Are A Christian) in Asheville, NC

Posted by Thunder Pig on July 31, 2008

This is the second installment in a new series devoted to pointing out the principalities, powers, and spiritual wickedness that has laid claim to Asheville, NC…and operate from it as a stronghold.

Asheville is famous for being a center of satanic New Age activity. The folks at the Buncombe County Tourism Authority want to present Asheville in a positive light, with the newly minted motto, Any Way You Like It, complete with advertising campaign.

Last weekend, Asheville celebrated it’s 30th Bele Chere, and people came from all over to the festival, including people wanting to preach the Word of God in a Lost City full of Lost People.

So far, nine videos of the street preaching have been uploaded to you tube, and I took the liberty of making a play list out of them and embedding them here for your edification, especially if you are thinking of moving to, or visiting Asheville, with small children:

Note the abuse the people heap upon the preachers. Even the local blogging superstar partook in the activity of mocking those preaching the word of God.

The preachers have a ministry called Pinpoint Evangelism, and if you are interested in supporting financially, here is a checklist to go through before giving to them.

Whether or not you are able to give them financial support, you can support them and their mission in prayer in your role as a Prayer Warrior.

And pray for Asheville, and the people who live there, that they might become convicted of their sin, and turn to God for salvation.

This post is dedicated to those who heed The Great Commission, and go forth to preach on the streets of America.

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John Armor Article in Human Events

Posted by Thunder Pig on July 30, 2008

Local author, raconteur, and former primary candidate in the GOP NC-11 race, has an article on Human Events entitled, “Anybody Remember The Red Lion Case?” and here is a snippet to whet your appetite for more:

…What Justice White does not include in his opinion is the relative availability of media when he was writing his opinion. There were slightly more than 4,000 daily newspapers in the United States, then. Most major cities had competing dailies. Some cities like Chicago and New York, had more than six competing newspapers.

At the same time, in 1969, the number of TV licenses were in the hundreds, and there were fewer radio licenses than newspapers.

Today, all of those figures are reversed. The number of daily newspapers is down to about 2,000 and declining. The number of TV stations are above 10,000, and the number of radio stations about five times as many. Given cable and satellite technologies, the average American household now has access to at least 100 TV channels, plus dozens of specialized radio stations. That average household has access to less than two daily newspapers.

It was this change in the facts which led the FCC to end the Fairness Doctrine almost thirty years ago. The disparity, with print media declining and electronic media growing, has continued apace since then. This huge advantage in favor of individual access to broadcast channels that offer what they want, is increased by orders of magnitude when the Internet, plus pod casting, are added to the mix.

Those who are arguing for reestablishment of the Fairness Doctrine have not done their homework….

Source: Human Events


You can bet everything you own that the Democrats will get a new Fairness Doctrine in place if Barack Obama is elected President, and that will mean the end of AM Radio.

Fortunately for us, the Internet will be here for the conservative commentators to utilize to side step the ban on conservative talk. That will be good for people who have access to DSL or faster Internet connections, but not for the millions who are on dial up, or listen while on the road, or away from computers.

Will wireless carriers be able to stream Internet radio? Or will people employ a work around like I did while WZNN/WZGM was offering talk radio programming? (I used a transmitter to take the audio from an AM Radio and transmit it on FM so I could hear the faint 1350 kHz signal on my Walkman on an empty slot on the FM Dial, usually 87.9 MHz, up to a mile from my pickup).

I am firm in my belief that if the Fairness Doctrine is passed, we will find a way around it…for the Neo-Stalinist Democrats do not understand the power of freedom, and the utility of Free Markets…that is one reason lefty talk never took hold. They just don’t get it, and never will.

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LA Earthquake Data Now Called Chino Hills Quake

Posted by Thunder Pig on July 29, 2008

An earthquake hit Los Angeles this morning (5.4 Magnitude), and here are a few places on the web you can go for more data:


USGS Main Website

KNBC Live Stream (LA TV Station)

LA Fox 1 Live Stream

LA Fox 2 Live Stream

The Live Streaming pages require a broadband connection and probably Windows Media Player.

**update** 5.04 PM I noticed on the live feeds that the reporters are calling this quake the Chino Hills quake. Also…LA Fox 2 is not active currently. It may be brought back up in case of breaking news.

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Quiz: Nerd, Geek, or Dork?

Posted by Thunder Pig on July 29, 2008

As I was taking his quiz, I kept thinking to myself…”Have I taken this before?”. I looked it up, and sure enough, here are last year’s results, (78 % Nerd, 73% Geek, and 26% Dork). Here are my results this year:

Your result for The Nerd? Geek? or Dork? Test…

Modern, Cool Nerd

83 % Nerd, 70% Geek, 30% Dork

For The Record:

A Nerd is someone who is passionate about learning/being smart/academia.

A Geek is someone who is passionate about some particular area or subject, often an obscure or difficult one.

A Dork is someone who has difficulty with common social expectations/interactions.

You scored better than half in Nerd and Geek, earning you the title of: Modern, Cool Nerd.

Nerds didn’t use to be cool, but in the 90’s that all changed. It used to be that, if you were a computer expert, you had to wear plaid or a pocket protector or suspenders or something that announced to the world that you couldn’t quite fit in. Not anymore. Now, the intelligent and geeky have eked out for themselves a modicum of respect at the very least, and “geek is chic.” The Modern, Cool Nerd is intelligent, knowledgable and always the person to call in a crisis (needing computer advice/an arcane bit of trivia knowledge). They are the one you want as your lifeline in Who Wants to Be a Millionaire (or the one up there, winning the million bucks)!



Take The Nerd? Geek? or Dork? Test at HelloQuizzy

So, I am getting Nerdier and Dorkier, while losing some Geekiness. I have no life.

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