Month: April 2009

Swine Flu – CDC and WHO

With everyone hyping up the swine flu on blogs and the news. I found two links that are down to earth and sane about whats going on. The CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and WHO (World Health Organization), are the two areas where you are going to be informed with knowledge and truth. […]

Swine Flu Goes Global

H1N1 influenza is a subset of influenza A, known as swine flu. Toll stands at 81 dead in Mexico, 20 cases were confirmed, U.S. cases 11, 22 students and 3 teachers from New Zealand, returning from a 3 week trip to Mexico may have been infected. More than 1300 people in Mexico City have been […]

Alaska’s Mount Redoubt-webcams

Everyone is following the active volcano in Alaska. At present the volcano remains at ORANGE/WATCH, and eruptions continue.Thermal images indicate continued slow growth of the lava dome. If you want to see actual to date activity, check out the webcams! Each webcam offers a ‘clear day’ photo graph so you can see the difference. Redoubt […]

GM Closing 13 of 20 Plants

There are two sides to this unfortunate store. The one side is about non automotive attached Americans and the other are the dependant automotive Americans. There are a lot of Americans that have no ties to the auto industry. Those people are angry as hell about the constant bail out. Spending tax payers money. And […]

Liberals vs Conservatives

For those who don’t know about history …. here is a condensed version: Humans originally existed as members of small bands of nomadic hunters/gatherers.  They lived on deer in the mountains during the summer and would go to the coast and live on fish and lobster in the winter. The two most important events in […]

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