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November 15, 2007 Most Notable Industrial Spokesmodel since Debbe Dunning

Looking for industrial PVC strip sheeting? Let me introduce you to Cindy X, 27-year old spokesmodel for PVCStrip.com. She’s a Scorpio*.

Certainly, Cindy has a most impressive pair of, er, work boots. But she's not just rubber door eye candy -- her true significance is providing the PVC strip purchaser (that’s you) with a sense of scale:

     “Why did we ask Cindy to present our products?

     “Because without someone in the pictures, our rolls, doors and strips could appear to be any size!

     “Just look at this roll. Can you tell if it is 4 inches wide, 4 feet wide or 4 yards wide? No. But with Cindy in the picture you can!

     “What's the right answer? 4 Inches? 4 Feet? 4 Yards?”

(Actually, I guessed right the first time. But I wasn't *sure*.)

     “Without Cindy, it's hard to tell how wide this roll is!"

Cindy endorses PVCStrip.com for all your strip PVC needs. She’s paid to do that.


*Wikipedia reports: “The Scorpio person is passionate, penetrating, purposeful, resourceful, magnetic, hypnotic, sexual, and mysterious. They can be cunning, compulsive, and controlling. Suitable occupations are where the penetrating mind and determined attitude can prevail; such as research work, detective, physicist, doctor, surgeon, engineer, butcher, lawyer, or the occult. In medical astrology Scorpio governs the pelvis and reproductive organs. The sun sign dates for Scorpio are October 24th - November 22nd.”

October 30, 2007 The Subliminal Republican

I turned on the World Series this weekend and the very first image, looking at the batter from behind the pitcher, framed the messages “Verizon Wireless”, “Coors Field”, and in the foreground “Fox Broadcasting” – an unholy Neocon trinity: The Informer. The Financier. The Propagandist.

Simply evil and ugly.

I flipped over to the news, where new Bush administration press secretary Dana Perino was spinning a fake FEMA news conference on the California wildfires. I got a picture, as framed by ABC News. Something tells me she’s a skank.

-- Waz

Dana Perino, White House Press Secretary, skank, white ho

Q: But isn't the President concerned, at a time when he is traveling to the area to talk about a very significant natural disaster -- there have been issues about FEMA in the past, trying to make a distinction about progress made, and for them to effectively pretend to hold a news conference, doesn't the President have concerns about that?

MS. PERINO: I just said that the White House did not know about it before hand, and the White House condones [sic] it. And they have apologized for it. They had an error in judgment, they've admitted that. And I think that what they were -- I don't think that there was any mal-intent. I think that they were trying to provide information to the public through the press, because there were so many questions pouring in. It was just a bad way to handle it, and they know that.

Q: Will anybody be reprimanded?

MS. PERINO: You'll have to ask FEMA.

October 16, 2007 Verizon Lies to Customers, Violates 4th Amendment

Here's my letter to my cell phone provider in light of today's headlines and last year's denials.

Get angry.


Date: Tue, 16 Oct 2007
Subject: Verizon Lies to Customers, Violates 4th Amendment Re: nsa story (KMM25237220V59904L0KM)
To: Verizon Wireless Customer Service W


I am angered and sadly disappointed in your flat denial that Verizon was providing customer data in violation of Constitutional protections from warrentless search and seizure.

Yet, there it is today on the front page of the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, et al. -- Verizon admitting to Congress it decided it could violate the Constitution TENS OF THOUSANDS OF TIMES since 2005, continued up to the present. In fact, Verizon was violating Constitutional protections at the very time you were denying it.

How dare Verizon share my personal communications in an unwaranted government search! As an American consumer, I expect you to treat my personal communications as totally private.

This is my right under the U.S. Constitution. I do not intend to forfeit it and I don't expect you to forfeit it for me.

Shame on you. I hope Verizon is slapped with a huge fine. But that's unlikely since Verizon and AT&T are working with the Bush administration to provide retroactive immunity for these crimes.

U.S. Constitution, Fourth Amendment:
"The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized."

Revelations regarding the Bush administration's illegal and warrantless spying on Americans make it clear that your company is enabling illegal government spying by turning over private details about our telephone calls to the National Security Agency.

I am writing to demand that your company stop participating in the government's illegal spying program.

There was no court order or subpoena. I make no international calls. This was Verizon voluntarily turning over my personal phone records.

By helping the government track the calls and communications of thousands of ordinary Americans, you are violating not only the law but the trust of the American consumer. And that's just plain wrong.

Please write me at the address below to let me know that you are terminating your cooperation with this un-American spying program.

Here's what Veriozon told me last May when the original story about warrantless spying on American citizens came out:
Verizon Wireless Customer Service W wrote:
26 May 2006

Thank you for contacting Verizon Wireless through our website. My name is Lorna, and I am happy to assist you regarding NSA story.

Verizon Wireless does not provide its customers' call records, or any information from those records, to the NSA. Any suggestion in news reports that we do is utterly false.

It has been a pleasure assisting you today, and we appreciate your business. Should you have additional questions or concerns, please reply to this e-mail.


Verizon Wireless
Customer Service

"We never stop working for you!"

If you have received this e-mail in error or are not the intended recipient, please notify us immediately by replying to this e-mail and deleting it and all copies and backups thereof. If you are the intended recipient and are a Verizon Wireless customer, this response is subject to the terms of your Customer Agreement.

Correspondent Bov comments:

I notice "Lorna" does not give her last name or employee ID#.

I did a similar thing with AT&T. I wrote letters and even called in, and the manager on duty had the balls to tell me thanks to their program of Constitutional violations, there has not been another 9/11. I felt like banging my head (and his) on a wall.

This is what we have become as a nation. The sad part is that most people just don't give a shit. I work around people that vote Repuke just because of money they'll save on taxes, and completely ignore the atrocities going on around them.

Fucking amazing. Keep up the good fight!!!


August 7, 2007 Evolution of a Home Run Champion

Barry Bonds, evolution of a home run champion, BALCO, steroids, asterisk

May 1, 2007 "Real ID" National Identification Standards

Friends of privacy and free speech,

The Department of Homeland Security is soliciting comments on what could become a National ID card that will include machine-scannable personal information.

Comments are due by May 8th, 2007 -- one week.

Only one public meeting is being held on this proposal in the entire nation -- it was held today in Davis, California, which I attended.

According to Wikipedia, "The REAL ID Act of 2005 is Division B of an act of the United States Congress titled Emergency Supplemental Appropriations Act for Defense, the Global War on Terror, and Tsunami Relief, 2005". In other words, it was appended to an emergency war funding bill without adequate Congressional consideration or debate.

Please consider writing a comment on the proposed regulations this week. You can submit via e-mail at http://www.regulations.gov/

Here's the comments I submitted:

Comments on “Real ID” proposal
Department of Homeland Security Docket # DHS-2006-0030

Thank you for the opportunity to comment as part of this only public forum on the proposed rules for national “Real ID” identification standards.

1. Firstly, I’d like to state my exception to the Department of Homeland Security’s Dr. Richard Barth’s repeated reference to last week’s “Zogby Poll” as 70 percent support for national identification standards.

   a. The same Zogby Poll indicated that a majority of Americans believe the Bush administration’s policies have tipped the balance of security against liberty too far towards security.

   b. A poll asking Americans whether they’d be willing to pay $20 annually for standardized national identification cards without standards for personal privacy protection would also enjoy a large majority in any poll.

   c. If it was government policy that polls represented the people’s will, the United States would be out of Iraq by now.

   d. The Zogby Poll cited numerous times is NOT an informed national debate, and speakers should refrain from referring to it as if it was.

2. The proposed Real ID rules provide no privacy framework for protecting personal information. It is not simply a matter of what the current regulation proposes for use of this personal information. The regulations MUST address future ways this information can and cannot be used.

   a. The Fourth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution states “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” What protections will be in place for access to personal information?

   b. It was a year ago this month that I learned of the Bush administration’s illegal and warrantless spying on Americans using blanket demands for phone companies to turn over private details about our telephone calls to the National Security Agency.

   c. I learned that my telephone carriers, AT&T and SBC had turned over information on my personal communications without cause, without warrant, and contrary to their stated “privacy policies”.

   d. To date, I have received NO response from either AT&T or SBC to my demands that they pledge to never again participate in such an illegal program. Indeed, AT&T subsequently changed their policy to ALLOW their provision of private information upon government demand.

   e. This illustrates the slippery slope that starts with national identification standards, and their potential for abuse.

   f. As an American, I expect my personal information to be totally private, as is my right under the U.S. Constitution. I do not intend to forfeit it and I don’t expect you to forfeit it for me.

   g. The proposed regulations MUST address and guarantee personal privacy protections before they are proposed and implemented.

3. The Real ID Act and the current proposed implementing regulations may not call for data aggregation by the government, but neither do they prohibit the practice, as it must.

   a. There needs to be accountability on how the records are used.

   b. There must be way to determine how my records are being used, and a mechanism to examine and correct these records.

   c. And there must be a mechanism for redress for damages caused by bad information entering the system or unauthorized use of the information.

   d. Theese standards for accountability, examination, and redress MUST be in place prior to implementation of these regulations.

4. I urge the reconsideration of what appears to path to a national identification program that compromises personal privacy.

   a. The Real ID Act was rushed through Congress attached to an emergency war authorization, without proper debate or consideration.

   b. Without adequate protections, Real ID standard cards will become a defacto identification card, and will take on additional functions not now being contemplated in these regulations, but also not prohibited by these regulations.

   c. The current rulemaking process should be suspended to allow personal privacy protections to be incorporated.

   d. Barring suspension by the Department of Homeland Security and reconsideration by Congress, I urge California and all other states to pass legislation prohibiting compliance with this program.

Thank you for the opportunity to address these concerns.

April 24, 2007 Berlin to Name Street for Frank Zappa

The city of Berlin will bestow a unique honor on a unique figure in modern music on July 28th when a street is renamed in memory of American rock and roll legend Frank Zappa. I n the Marzahn district of what was East Berlin, "Street Number 13" will be formally dedicated as "Frank-Zappa-strasse". The ceremony will take place at the ORWOhaus, a former photographic film plant on the street that is now home to a musicians' collective. It will be the first street in Germany named for a rock musician, and the first street in a world capital named for Frank Zappa.

The members of ORWOhaus themselves proposed the street naming. What motivated a group of young German musicians to honor an American musical icon? Andreas Otto, spokesperson for ORWOhaus, explains, "Frank Zappa was one of the best all-around musicians in the world, as a guitarist, composer, and band-leader. He was celebrated for his uncompromising pursuit of musical exploration and excellence, and also for his courage using his music and lyrics to make society see its faults and hypocrisies. He didn't do it just for media attention, it was part of his highly creative and unbending character. He stood up to his own government against politically-motivated censorship – he testified with great intelligence in the US Congress, and he refused to hold back his own outrageous sense of humor. We of ORWOhaus had our own battles trying to save an unused building and turn it into an active music center, and we decided that Zappa was a great example of how a musician can have an influence so far beyond the notes on a page. We hope Frank would be proud to have his name as an address for so many musicians."

Zappa's work had notable sociopolitical influence in Berlin, a city that had a physical wall between the philosophies of capitalist democracy and communist one-party government. US tour operator Scott Tepper is running a trip this summer that features the Berlin street naming and the 18 th annual Zappanale, a festival in Bad Doberan, Germany, celebrating Zappa's music and life. He points out, "Frank Zappa was incredibly popular in the Soviet bloc, even though his recordings had to be smuggled in, and anyone caught listening to them risked punishment. Zappa represented absolute freedom of thought and expression, since he often satirized his own society and government. He inspired people all over Eastern Europe to keep hoping for their own free societies." Tepper adds that while some might credit Ronald Reagan with winning the Cold War, there are two statues honoring Frank Zappa in the former Soviet bloc: one in Vilnius , the capital of Lithuania, and one in Bad Doberan. Ther are currently no statues honoring Reagan. According to Tepper, the street naming in Berlin reinforces Zappa's status as a champion of real American freedom.”


April 15, 2007 Tipper Gore did WHAT?

For those of you who don't know, my personal fixation with Tipper Gore began watching a televised congressional debate between Tipper and Frank ZappaFrank Zappa on free speech in 1985. Zappa was an unflinching advocate of free speech in music, television, and politics, and advocated printing all lyrics on the album cover. Tipper's "Parents Music Resource Center"Parents Music Resource Center PMRC advocated parental advisory stickers -- which ultimately resulted in the "parental advisory explicit content" stickers now gracing many album covers -- these are also know as "Tipper stickers".

As noted on "Tipper Gore's Guide to Dating Dos and Don'ts":

"Though Al and Tipper Gore rarely mention it, Tipper Gore advocated anti-free speech policies as co-founder of the Parents Music Resources Center and advocated government control of music lyrics.

Tipper Gore was thus largely responsible for the parental advisory labels used on tapes and CDs.

The organization also pressures record companies, radio stations and music stores to stop producing, playing or selling recordings Tipper Gore considers detrimental to children."

Far from protecting children, the Tipper sticker (and related warnings on movies, TV, and video games) has instead provided a thin veil of social responsibility to Snoop Dogg, Seth MacFarland, Don Imus*, and Grand Theft Auto.

In the final analysis, Zappa is our social conscience, while Tipper and the PRMC have suppressed meaningful dialog while allowing the coarsest elements of society to flourish.

Your thoughts?

--Wazmo 4/15/07

Parental advisory sticker, Tipper sticker

"The essence of Christianity is told us in the Garden of Eden history. The fruit that was forbidden was on the tree of knowledge. The subtext is, All the suffering you have is because you wanted to find out what was going on. You could be in the Garden of Eden if you had just keep your fucking mouth shut and hadn't asked any questions." -- Frank Zappa

* coincidentialy, Don Ho died yesterday

April 12, 2007 RIP Kurt Vonnegut

I think I read everything Vonnegut wrote, at least what was available when I was in college. Just last month I re-read Cat's Cradle. I am a certified Bokononist -- at least I believe that a useful system of religion can be built on outright lies.

Vonnegut is one of my heros. As is Hunter Thompson. And Merriweather Lewis. And Steve Wozniak. Maybe others. All imperfect people, but intellectually curious and unswayed by what is deemed possible or proper.

A few quotes I've collected over the years:

"Another flaw in the human character is that everybody wants to build and nobody wants to do maintenance." -- Kurt Vonnegut

"If you're not living on the edge, you're probably taking up too much room. I want to stay as close to the edge as I can without going over. Out on the edge you see all kinds of things you can't see from the center." -- Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., writer (1922-2007 )

"We are what we pretend to be, so we'd better be careful about what we pretend to be." -- Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

"Everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt" -- Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. 1922-2007, epitath in "Slaughterhouse Five"


Custodians of chaos

In this extract from his forthcoming memoirs, Kurt Vonnegut is horrified by the hypocrisy in contemporary US politics

By Kurt Vonnegut

"Do unto others what you would have them do unto you." A lot of people think Jesus said that, because it is so much the sort of thing Jesus liked to say. But it was actually said by Confucius, a Chinese philosopher, five hundred years before there was that greatest and most humane of human beings, named Jesus Christ.

The Chinese also gave us, via Marco Polo, pasta and the formula for gunpowder. The Chinese were so dumb they only used gunpowder for fireworks. And everybody was so dumb back then that nobody in either hemisphere even knew that there was another one.

We've sure come a long way since then. Sometimes I wish we hadn't. I hate H-bombs and the Jerry Springer Show

But back to people like Confucius and Jesus and my son the doctor, Mark, each of whom have said in their own way how we could behave more humanely and maybe make the world a less painful place. One of my favourite humans is Eugene Debs, from Terre Haute in my native state of Indiana.

Get a load of this. Eugene Debs, who died back in 1926, when I was not yet four, ran five times as the Socialist party candidate for president, winning 900,000 votes, almost 6 percent of the popular vote, in 1912, if you can imagine such a ballot. He had this to say while campaigning:

"As long as there is a lower class, I am in it.

"As long as there is a criminal element, I am of it.

"As long as there is a soul in prison, I am not free."

Doesn't anything socialistic make you want to throw up? Like great public schools, or health insurance for all?

When you get out of bed each morning, with the roosters crowing, wouldn't you like to say. "As long as there is a lower class, I am in it. As long as there is a criminal element, I am of it. As long as there is a soul in prison, I am not free."

How about Jesus' Sermon on the Mount, the Beatitudes?

Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the Earth.

Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy.

Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God.

And so on.

Not exactly planks in a Republican platform. Not exactly George W Bush, Dick Cheney, or Donald Rumsfeld stuff.

For some reason, the most vocal Christians among us never mention the Beatitudes. But, often with tears in their eyes, they demand that the Ten Commandments be posted in public buildings. And of course that's Moses, not Jesus. I haven't heard one of them demand that the Sermon on the Mount, the Beatitudes, be posted anywhere.

"Blessed are the merciful" in a courtroom? "Blessed are the peacemakers" in the Pentagon? Give me a break!

It so happens that idealism enough for anyone is not made of perfumed pink clouds. It is the law! It is the US Constitution.

But I myself feel that our country, for whose Constitution I fought in a just war, might as well have been invaded by Martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been. What has happened instead is that it was taken over by means of the sleaziest, low-comedy, Keystone Cops-style coup d'état imaginable.

I was once asked if I had any ideas for a really scary reality TV show. I have one reality show that would really make your hair stand on end: "C-Students from Yale".

George W Bush has gathered around him upper-crust C-students who know no history or geography, plus not-so-closeted white supremacists, aka Christians, and plus, most frighteningly, psychopathic personalities, or PPs, the medical term for smart, personable people who have no consciences.

To say somebody is a PP is to make a perfectly respectable diagnosis, like saying he or she has appendicitis or athlete's foot. The classic medical text on PPs is The Mask of Sanity by Dr Hervey Cleckley, a clinical professor of psychiatry at the Medical College of Georgia, published in 1941. Read it!

Some people are born deaf, some are born blind or whatever, and this book is about congenitally defective human beings of a sort that is making this whole country and many other parts of the planet go completely haywire nowadays. These were people born without consciences, and suddenly they are taking charge of everything.

PPs are presentable, they know full well the suffering their actions may cause others, but they do not care. They cannot care because they are nuts. They have a screw loose!

And what syndrome better describes so many executives at Enron and WorldCom and on and on, who have enriched themselves while ruining their employees and investors and country and who still feel as pure as the driven snow, no matter what anybody may say to or about them? And they are waging a war that is making billionaires out of millionaires, and trillionaires out of billionaires, and they own television, and they bankroll George Bush, and not because he's against gay marriage.

So many of these heartless PPs now hold big jobs in our federal government, as though they were leaders instead of sick. They have taken charge. They have taken charge of communications and the schools, so we might as well be Poland under occupation.

They might have felt that taking our country into an endless war was simply something decisive to do. What has allowed so many PPs to rise so high in corporations, and now in government, is that they are so decisive. They are going to do something every fuckin' day and they are not afraid. Unlike normal people, they are never filled with doubts, for the simple reason that they don't give a fuck what happens next. Simply can't. Do this! Do that! Mobilise the reserves! Privatise the public schools! Attack Iraq! Cut health care! Tap everybody's telephone! Cut taxes on the rich! Build a trillion-dollar missile shield! Fuck habeas corpus and the Sierra Club and In These Times, and kiss my ass!

There is a tragic flaw in our precious Constitution, and I don't know what can be done to fix it. This is it: only nut cases want to be president. This was true even in high school. Only clearly disturbed people ran for class president.

The title of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11 is a parody of the title of Ray Bradbury's great science-fiction novel Fahrenheit 451. Four hundred and fifty-one degrees Fahrenheit is the combustion point, incidentally, of paper, of which books are composed. The hero of Bradbury's novel is a municipal worker whose job is burning books.

While on the subject of burning books, I want to congratulate librarians, not famous for their physical strength, who, all over this country, have staunchly resisted anti-democratic bullies who have tried to remove certain books from their shelves, and destroyed records rather than have to reveal to thought police the names of persons who have checked out those titles.

So the America I loved still exists, if not in the White House, the Supreme Court, the Senate, the House of Representatives, or the media. The America I loved still exists at the front desks of our public libraries.

And still on the subject of books: our daily news sources, newspapers and TV, are now so craven, so unvigilant on behalf of the American people, so uninformative, that only in books do we learn what's really going on.

I will cite an example: House of Bush, House of Saud by Craig Unger, published in early 2004, that humiliating, shameful, blood-soaked year.

In case you haven't noticed, as the result of a shamelessly rigged election in Florida, in which thousands of African-Americans were arbitrarily disenfranchised, we now present ourselves to the rest of the world as proud, grinning, jut-jawed, pitiless war-lovers with appallingly powerful weaponry - who stand unopposed.

In case you haven't noticed, we are now as feared and hated all over the world as Nazis once were.

And with good reason.

In case you haven't noticed, our unelected leaders have dehumanised millions and millions of human beings simply because of their religion and race. We wound 'em and kill 'em and torture 'em and imprison 'em all we want.

Piece of cake.

In case you haven't noticed, we also dehumanised our own soldiers, not because of their religion or race, but because of their low social class.

Send 'em anywhere. Make 'em do anything.

Piece of cake.

The O'Reilly Factor.

So I am a man without a country, except for the librarians and a Chicago paper called In These Times.

Before we attacked Iraq, the majestic New York Times guaranteed there were weapons of mass destruction there.

Albert Einstein and Mark Twain gave up on the human race at the end of their lives, even though Twain hadn't even seen the first world war. War is now a form of TV entertainment, and what made the first world war so particularly entertaining were two American inventions, barbed wire and the machine gun.

Shrapnel was invented by an Englishman of the same name. Don't you wish you could have something named after you?

Like my distinct betters Einstein and Twain, I now give up on people, too. I am a veteran of the second world war and I have to say this is not the first time I have surrendered to a pitiless war machine.

My last words? "Life is no way to treat an animal, not even a mouse."

Napalm came from Harvard. Veritas

Our president is a Christian? So was Adolf Hitler. What can be said to our young people, now that psychopathic personalities, which is to say persons without consciences, without senses of pity or shame, have taken all the money in the treasuries of our government and corporations, and made it all their own?

© 2005 Kurt Vonnegut Extracted from A Man Without a Country: : A Memoir of Life in George W Bush's America.

March 23, 2007 Mickey Mouse Screening

Here's Wazmo's letter to the Orange County Airport TSA

Hello John Wayne Airport and Walter Disneyland,Disneyland John Wayne Orange County Airport

On these days I am flying much. On this Friday 23 March was fly of John Wayne Airport. Gate to Disneyland, yes! Much fun! But not your airport.

Architecture does not give me sense for support need of x-ray machines such for long passenger lines for post-911 world screening. It give people the sad.

Very slow the line and TSA mens and womens yawning! and have the grump! Very bad line traffic flow, I have the long snake lines be crossed with exiting passengers. This make cause bumping, delays, and rolling suitcase crash more than one time.

Stack of 40 x-ray bins crash on floor. No one pick up. Passergers and I are to must leave queue to gather one or two for progress x-ray screening. No good I think.

Many I hear "TSA security pronouncements" overlapping flight boarding pronouncements blasting. Don’t get it these guys I think, how you are about it?

I speak old TSA man agent, with his badge as “Daniel 702110” with metallic "Headroom” glasses. “702110, is that a Lithuanian name?” but he only speaking about the “311 policy” to no one in particular. “…all shoes and jackets off… laptops and video camras out… remember to 3-1-1 speed your screen experience…” No one having a very good time. Not even I think Daniel 702110.Disneyland John Wayne Orange County Airport

Orange County is home to Disneyland, and I go both and can compare. Disney people have know to keep people lines. At every moment, 75 percentage of one million visitors Disneyland are line standing for rides, soft bread pretzel, or funny Goofy hat. It have ears and nose. Funny but I don't buy. Kids perhaps.

So here are my idea – you John Wayne Airport hire Walter Disney to make design entrance screening line. Make one adventure!

How try entrance to 3-D flight adventure, where infinity spaceranger and beyond instructs keep your hands inside vehicle, slow all unsecured items, and no flash photography.

Not much of imagination more and have buzz skyranger instruct to have board pass out, shoes in a basket, and cram tiny bottles liquids to one quart bag.

Maybe the puppet cowboy or the psycho neighbor kid make guest appearance as “Do Bee” and “Don’t Bee” of airport security protocols: “Woody check gun." (He is Do Bee). "Sid bring fireworks!” Our fun of time wasting!

If pulled out of line for special treatment the Ratzenberger slinky talk pig cracks jokes, okay – “Please remove your belt – hey your pants are fall off” – “Whoa hey have you put on weight?” -- “Be careful the dame, Rocco -- wearing underwire!”

Mache’ concrete Disney rocks. Moving sidewalk, perhaps. Flashing disco lights of our futures! Snow White with magnet wand. Stand majic carpet mat spread legs. Beep beep!

OK, I give you idea. Please to starting change. I assist you with my idea. I work no pay, OK! Why not? It is small world afterall.

Much to your assistance,

-- Wazmo Nariz

Disneyland lines John Wayne Orange County Airport

February 27, 2007 Stain or a Miracle?

You might scoff at the idea of the Virgin Mary appearing on a cookie sheet -- if you haven't personally witnessed such a miracle.

As pointed out by my buddy PJ from our Market Street office, the form of a woman is clearly dicernable on St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco.

Give me an 'amen' if you see it too.


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