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Take back America
Take back America

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None dare call it treason

Monday, June 30, 2008

U. S. outsources military attack on Iran

Pentagon officials are planning on outsourcing to Israel a military attack on Iran nuclear facilities due to the fact they have neither the manpower nor a pro-American government to protect our country. Israel plans on using a new WMD, 'Blonde's with F-16's.'

Sunday, June 29, 2008

We invaded Iraq for oil, mission accomplished

Some say we invaded Iraq for oil, if so, where's the oil? Considering the high prices we are paying for gas, I don,t think that's the case. If it is, I think we should consider surrendering before gas gets to be $8.00 a gallon.

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Vegetable Road Kill

The FDA, due to rising prices in food cost has given the OK on vegetable road kill for human consumption if it is still in a fresh state. Test have shown vegetables to be perfectly safe for the first three hours. To be sure; it is best to witness the event or get an eye witness account of the time of kill.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

The new Obama bill

If Obama gets elected, our money system will change to align the value of our bills with his higher taxes. Introducing the new Obama bill.

Saturday, June 21, 2008

Angel Oak Tree

Largest and Oldest Tree east of the Mississippi. This great tree is located on St. John Island near Charleston, S. C.

Thursday, June 19, 2008

This Day in History

June 19, 240 B.C.: The Earth Is Round, and It's This Big. Eratosthenes actually calculated the circumference of the Earth. Greek astronomer, geographer, mathematician and librarian. Eratosthenes calculates the Earth's circumference. His data was rough, but he wasn't far off.
Eratosthenes was an all-around guy, a Renaissance man centuries before the Renaissance. Some contemporaries called him Pentathalos, a champion of multiple skills. The breadth of his knowledge made him a natural for the post of librarian of the library of Alexandria, Egypt, the greatest repository of classical knowledge. He figured the circumference to be 252,000 stades. So how big is 252,000 stades? Depending on which classical source you trust, it's somewhere between 24,663 and 27,967 miles. The accepted figure for equatorial circumference today is 24,902 miles. Pretty darn good for a guy without modern measurement tools.
Eratosthenes went further and computed the tilt of the Earth's axis to within a degree. He also deduced the length of the year as 365¼ days. He suggested that calendars should have a leap day every fourth year, an idea taken up two centuries later by Julius Caesar.
Grade-school tales aside, it was thus known long before Columbus that the Earth was round and even how big it is, approximately. But it was just not widely known among the masses in 15th-century Europe. One reason is that Eratosthenes' very own library of Alexandria had been destroyed, and there was no complete backup of its data. Who knows how much information about the past was lost when the library burned.