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Been There, Done That - or Not

By D. E. Carson, published on Jun 9, 2007

You’re walking down the corridor in a building you needed your car’s GPS to find in a city you’ve never visited in your life and suddenly, it happens: you think to yourself, “I’ve been here before.” Déjà vu – that wonderful sensation that everything around you is right where it’s supposed to be and you know it is because you swear you’ve been there before. It’s a phenomenon that has plagued man since he started thinking and yet it is as big a mystery as how did the stone heads get on Easter Island? Even comedian George Carlin has given us his own spin on the phenomenon,... (more)

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Money Talk$ and Pari$ Walk$

By D. E. Carson, published on Jun 9, 2007

Memo to Paris Hilton: next time, have your best friend Nicole drive you around Los Angeles for hours on end in a slow-speed chase with every member of the Los Angeles city and county constabulary on your heels. Make sure to be carrying a small firearm and keep it pressed to your head to keep anyone from trying to stop you, and above all else, never, ever... Yes? No, I didn't. She did? Are you kidding me? I'll keep that in mind. Bye. Paris is back in jail. This time at the Twin Towers facility in Los Angeles and not the "Club Fed" facility in Lynwood. She is to undergo medical evaluation... (more)

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Put Miss Hilton In, Take Miss Hilton Out, Put Miss Hilton In

By D. E. Carson, published on Jun 8, 2007

Unbelievable. That is the only word that can be used to describe what has happened in Lynwood. Less than four days after “checking in” to the “iron-bar Hilton” in Lynwood, Paris Hilton is back home, albeit with a new piece of jewelry – a radio monitoring bracelet on her ankle. But that’s not what Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Michael T. Sauer said. Judge Sauer specifically ordered Hilton, 26, to spend 45 days in the Los Angeles County Jail for violating probation by driving on a suspended license. Sauer was not at all happy about his order being violated with such apparent... (more)

Tags: paris hilton, los angeles, hollywood, traffic

Immigration Reform Bill is a JOKE!!!

By D. E. Carson, published on May 30, 2007

I’ve been quiet for a while. That’s because I’ve been on vacation and I’ve enjoyed it, but now I am back and I am ready for a big fight. Cowboy philosopher and humorist, Will Rogers once said, “Whenever Congress makes a joke, it’s a law and whenever they make a law, it’s a joke.” Borrowing from Mr. Rogers, the immigration reform joke currently in Congress is amnesty, period. I know, I know. I can hear you all right now saying, “hey, I thought this guy was some stupid neocon Bush supporter.” Well, that’s what you get for thinking. President Bush supports the current... (more)

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A Little Too Close To Home

By D. E. Carson, published on May 6, 2007

At 32 feet across, 109 feet deep and completed in 1888, the world's largest hand dug well can be found in my home state of Kansas. Unfortunately, the little town which used that well as its water supply is almost completely gone -- except for the local pub. The town of Greensburg, Kansas had little else to draw attention to it except for the well. It was a nice little tourist stopover left from the days before Interstate 70 connected Kansas City with Denver. The well was so large, that a system of stairs were built inside to allow people to walk down to the water level, fill their buckets... (more)

Tags: los angeles, san francisco, movie

Terrorism, Nuclear Weapons and the Extinction of Bigfoot

By D. E. Carson, published on May 5, 2007

A petition has been presented to the Canadian House of Commons requesting comprehensive legislation to affect immediate protection of Bigfoot under the Canadian species at risk act. (I am not making this up!) Canadian MP Mike Lake has said he wants to sponsor this legislation based on the 500 signatures of his Edmonton, Alberta constituents. The petition was presented to the parliament and is scheduled for debate next week. Supporting Mr. Lake is Mr. Todd Standing; a Bigfoot researcher who believes Bigfoot is in danger of extinction, along with others of the species. Standing claims to... (more)

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American Nightmare

By D. E. Carson, published on May 3, 2007

Jin Nam Chung, Ki Chung and their son, Soo Chung came to America to claim their piece of the American Dream. Now they are considering returning to South Korea because they have been sued right out of their minds to the tune of $65 million. According to court records, back in 2005, Washington, DC administrative hearings judge Roy Pearson dropped off several suits for altering at the Chung’s Custom Cleaners in the northwestern area of the city, near his home. When he returned two days later to claim his clothes, one pair of pants was not ready. Subsequently, the pants were deemed to be lost.... (more)

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Illegal Aliens Are Illegal Aliens, Period, Part II

By D. E. Carson, published on May 2, 2007

With today being the first of May, illegal aliens are taking to the streets today in places like New Mexico City (AKA: Los Angeles) to demand rights to which they are not entitled. I am not going to let go of this subject, if you are not in the United States legally, you are a criminal and you need to go to jail for violation of US immigration laws and then you need to be shipped back to whatever country from which you launched your invasion. What really makes me angry about this particular subject is the use of the term “Illegal immigrant”. Euphemisms are words that the far radical left... (more)

Tags: los angeles, shooting, illegal immigration, germany

Secret Oakland Experiment Proves Heat Melts Steel

By D. E. Carson, published on May 1, 2007

It has been confirmed that steel can actually be melted by fire, contrary to the expert testimony of world-renowned engineering and physics guru Rosie O’Donnell. Internationally acclaimed research firm California Department of Transportation (CalTrans) announced its conclusion as the result of a rather informal experiment conducted in an area known as the MacArthur Maze, located about a half mile from the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge. CalTrans engineers, acting separate from their esteemed colleague O’Donnell, estimated that in the experiment, temperatures of the fire, fueled by gasoline,... (more)

Tags: san francisco, california, fashion

Reid Sells Troops Up River

By D. E. Carson, published on Apr 20, 2007

It is unconscionable that any member of Congress would intentionally say anything disparaging against American forces regardless of where they are stationed, however, Reid has successfully accomplished in a mere four words what insurgents have been unable to do in four years. "This war is lost," Reid said on Thursday triggering a surge in support for the troops among Republican lawmakers. "I can't begin to imagine how our troops in the field, who are risking their lives every day, are going to react when they get back to base and hear that the Democrat leader of the United States Senate... (more)

Tags: iraq, harry reid, iraq troops

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