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  Thursday, September 27

 

zach holte

zach holte
ZACH HOLTE
zach holte
ZACH HOLTE
HOCHZALET
z.H.

 

BFA troll

lauren "dr. troll" andrews
(see back cover or 'a promise' cd mos vs. hos) (was cory a mo? no. you sho?)

pushed me down in an alley behind what used to the be fishbowl in san jose and
while rubbing a dirty diaper on my face screamed
"xiu xiu sucks now, shit, I AM THE REAL JUGZ AND YOU AINT BUT a JIVE MUTHA FUCKIN HALLMARK CARD that says KKKUNT without me!!!"
its true
all of this is true

 

"like a sweetheart would"

(OMG is it lame to quote the least liked xiu xiu song on the xiu xiu blog if you are the person who wrote that song that everyone, even dr. strangelove, hates)

a group of finches is called a "charm of finches"
perfect
a group of bunnies is called a "cute of bunnies"
false but perfect

  Wednesday, September 26

 

where do you find yourself when you have disappeared?



this is inside you

 


Tim Noble and Sue Webster

  Tuesday, September 25

 

the bats have the left the bell tower the victims have been blead red velvet lines the black box

http://www.snopes.com/photos/animals/seagull.asp

  Monday, September 24

 

mario guitar

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8X4tWIwx0ns

 

did you have any idea how doomed you are? probably you did but holy fuck this is 1937 berlin

HABEAS CORPUS BYE BYE from SF bay Guardain
(habeas corpus is a writ issued to bring a person before a court to release that person from unlawful detention)

The Military Commissions Act, passed in September 2006 as a last gasp of the Republican-controlled Congress and signed into law by Bush that Oct. 17, made significant changes to the nation's judicial system.
The law allows the president to designate any person an "alien unlawful enemy combatant," shunting that individual into an alternative court system in which the writ of habeas corpus no longer applies, the right to a speedy trial is gone, and justice is meted out by a military tribunal that can admit evidence obtained through coercion and presented without the accused in the courtroom, all under the guise of preserving national security.
Habeas corpus, a constitutional right cribbed from the Magna Carta, protects against arbitrary imprisonment. Alexander Hamilton, writing in the Federalist Papers, called it the greatest defense against "the favorite and most formidable instruments of tyranny."
The Military Commissions Act has been seen mostly as a method for dealing with Guantánamo Bay detainees, and most journalists have reported that it doesn't have any impact on Americans. On Oct. 19, 2006, editors at the New York Times wrote, in quite definitive language, "this law does not apply to American citizens."
Investigative journalist Robert Parry disagrees. The right of habeas corpus no longer
exists for any of us, he wrote in the online journal Consortium. Deep down in the lower sections of the act, the language shifts from the very specific "alien unlawful enemy combatant" to the vague "any person subject to this chapter."
"Why does it contain language referring to 'any person' and then adding in an adjacent context a reference to people acting 'in breach of allegiance or duty to the United States'?" Parry wrote. "Who has 'an allegiance or duty to the United States' if not an American citizen?"
Reached by phone, Parry told the Guardian that "this loose phraseology could be interpreted very narrowly or very broadly." He said he's consulted with lawyers who are experienced in drafting federal security legislation, and they agreed that the "any person" terminology is troubling. "It could be fixed very simply, but the Bush administration put through this very vaguely worded law, and now there are a lot of differences of opinion on how it could be interpreted," Parry said.
Though US Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) and Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) moved quickly to remedy the situation with the Habeas Corpus Restoration Act, that legislation has yet to pass Congress, which some suspect is because too many Democrats don't want to seem soft on terrorism. Until tested by time, exactly how much the language of the Military Commissions Act may be manipulated will remain to be seen.
Sources: "Repeal the Military Commissions Act and Restore the Most American Human Right," Thom Hartmann, Common Dreams Web site, www.commondreams.org/views07/0212-24.htm, Feb. 12, 2007; "Still No Habeas Rights for You," Robert Parry, Consortium (online journal of investigative reporting), consortiumnews.com/2007/020307.html, Feb. 3, 2007; "Who Is 'Any Person' in Tribunal Law?" Robert Parry, Consortium, consortiumnews.com/2006/101906.html, Oct. 19, 2006

  Sunday, September 23

 

this week in the valley

"what are you thinking about sweetheart?"
"oh ummm 9/11..."
"really? wow."
"what are you thinking about?"
"puzzle fighter..."



http://www.911truth.org/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Puzzle_Fighter

do you think it is possible that cheney will set off a nuclear bomb in portland to justify going to war with iran?
do you think that nickel city in san jose is a good place to find and then expose your true self?

  Saturday, September 22

 

how to escape from killer bees

1) if bees begin flying around and/or stinging you do not freeze
2) get indoors as fast as you can
3) if no shelter is available, run through bushes or high weeds
4) if a bee stings you, it will leave its stinger in your skin
5) do not jump into a swimming pool or other body of water-
THE BEES ARE LIKELY TO BE WAITING FOR YOU WHEN YOU SURFACE

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