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Archive for November, 2005

Links To Share

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 29, 2005

I’ve found a website that stores bookmarks for those surfing from public terminals (which I do a lot of), or just want to share them with others. After much furious hunting, pecking, cussing, repecking, I got some of them up.

Then came the fun part. Getting the doggone thing linked from here. I just simply cannot get it to work in the sidebar. I suspect it has something to do with using a proxy server. I will put the link a couple of ways in this post to see if it works.
It works if I type the address in the address bar. Here goes:

Click Here

http://www.mybookmarks.com/public/Thunderpigfaves

http://www.mybookmarks.com

What’s going on here? At least the top link works.

Ours is not to worry or wonder why,
Ours is but to link or die.
(with apologies to the original author.)

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Hey! Look what I found!

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 28, 2005

I fell so very stupid. I have never had ANY formal training about the internet. And I just discovered the most amazing website, EVER!

I found it by following backward links from Project Rho, another great site I’ve been plaing with for the last couple of months.

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Michelle Malkin on Top Of the Morning !!!

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 28, 2005

Get Thee Hence!!!

Sorry such a late notice, I just found out.

Update:9.34amOk, she’s gone. If you missed it, too bad.

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Happy Thanks Giving !!!

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 24, 2005

Things I am Thankful for…
1. God
2. My Family
3. My nation
4. Those who have, are, and will serve in our armed forces.

Appropriately enough, William F. Buckely’s 80th birthday falls on Thanks Giving Day, 2005.

This man had quite an effect on me in my teenage years, providing me with a firm foundation of political belief after President Ronald Reagan kindly pointed the way toward conservatism.

Reagan brought my attention to a “shining city on a hill,” and Mr. Buckley taught me the basic principles I could use to get to that city. Others have helped along the way, but I look upon WFB as providing guidance at a critical juncture in my life, when I wavered between choosing Good or Evil. I made a few missteps, and whenever I was restored to my senses, WFB was there.

Less than a decade ago, I discovered he had a magazine, then still later, a website. I quit my subscription over the Ann Coulter dismissal, but still read the mag in the public library. The only way I would renew is for The National Review to print a full and complete apology for their actions in that incident.

I still remain fond of WFB, and will spend a part of my Thanks Giving day comptemplating the man and the ideas he has shared with me over the course of my life.

I thank God for WFB, and I thank WFB for using the gifts that God has given him.

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Rain today means… No work and much posting!

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 21, 2005


I will be updating this post throughout the day instead of posting 150 times today.

Axis of Islam is associated with some good blogs, he comments on some and the following are the ones I ran into a few minutes ago:
Intelligence Summit
Musulman
Pedestrian Infidel

Cut-N-Run Vote, courtesy of CDR Salamander.

I found an interesting article posted on Heads Up America. The article is entitled: “The real secret to defeating Islam” by David Kupelian.

No Apologies Radio is on! Check out the links on Immigration Issues! updated at 12.04pm

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Curious Developments in Israel and Eurabia

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 21, 2005

What is going on in Israel?

Ariel Sharon has left the party he helped form, and is forming a new party with Shimon Perez, and others. I hope this gives Bibi Netanyahu a shot, although I believe Sharon and Perez will be able to form a majority coalition government.

Others report and analyze better than I. Links are below. Please feel free to add others in the comments section.

Security Watchtower
Drudge Report has links to MANY online news sources.

On the EU front, Fjordman has a disturbing essay on the nature of Eurabia, the new European Empire that is emerging.

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New Websites Launched

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 20, 2005

The misty rain moves in on Campbell Mountain.

Pajamas Media has changed their name to Open Source Media, I guess making a play on the Main Stream Media. OSM v MSM. I prefer calling the MSM Legacy Media, implying they are outdated. Oh well.

Another new site is called Threats Watch. This promises to be a wealth of information and analysis.

Hat Tip to Baron Bodissey for the last site, and prob the first as well, I simply can’t remember, and with a web connection of 28.8k, I don’t have the time to check. Add both these websites to your web browser.

I will post more today from my great aunt’s house. She has 56k. WoW!

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Dr. Jerome Corsi to appear on HUA

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 14, 2005

Dr. Jerome Corsi will appear on Heads Up America tomorrow, (Tuesday for those in Rio Linda) at I guess 3pm to 4pm. I gather he is an expert on abiotic oil. For those who can’t tune to 1350 kHz on an AM radio, listen here.

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Middle Earth, Anyone?

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 14, 2005

Here is what I tested out as:


Rohirrim

To which race of Middle Earth do you belong?

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To which I can only repeat the words of our great king:

“Ride! Ride for ruin! And the world’s ending! Death!
Forth Eorlingas!”

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Early Morning on Jonathan Creek

Posted by Thunder Pig on November 13, 2005

Taken at 7am in early November 2005 looking northeastward from one of the top lots.

The difference in time between the posts shows how slow photo uploads are at 28 k.

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