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Saturday Lecture.

by coldwarrior ( 60 Comments › )
Filed under Uncategorized at November 17th, 2012 - 9:00 am

My brain hurts.

 

Well, it was a great last night. Half of the neuro team and all of stroke service were here. The menu was expansive, the booze was flowing.

 

time is brain.

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  1. Storagemanager
    1 | November 17, 2012 9:13 am

    Incessant rockets pound South as sirens wail

    Over 700 rockets fired since start of operation; IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz instructs military to increase rate of strikes; IDF strikes 200 targets overnight, hitting Hamas Prime Minister’s headquarters. http://www.jpost.com/


  2. 2 | November 17, 2012 9:15 am

    Allen West is still fighting> Nowhere was it omore obvious that the Republican Mandarins would rather lose than have the uncooth Tea Party Barbarians in their party than with Allen West. If it were just about Party power, I’d say Fuck ‘em, they deserve to lose, but the Democrats are going to destroy this nation. I’m just not certain that the Party Mandarins want to save the country, either. I think they are more concerned about their Georgetown party invites than they are fending off economic collapse.


  3. eaglesoars
    3 | November 17, 2012 9:17 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    Nowhere was it omore obvious that the Republican Mandarins would rather lose than have the uncooth Tea Party Barbarians in their party than with Allen West.

    Just ask Meghan McCain.


  4. 4 | November 17, 2012 9:21 am

    @ eaglesoars:

    Meghan’s boobs contain all of her IQ. She’s threatening to leave the Republican Party because of gay marriage. I’d say go, and don’t let thedoor hit your ass on the way out.


  5. eaglesoars
    5 | November 17, 2012 9:24 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    @ eaglesoars:

    Meghan’s boobs contain all of her IQ. She’s threatening to leave the Republican Party because of gay marriage. I’d say go, and don’t let thedoor hit your ass on the way out.

    heh. Or as Glenn Reynolds quipped “She should have threatened to stay

    Oh, and that’s not her IQ -- that’s her ego


  6. heysoos
    6 | November 17, 2012 9:25 am

    it’s like waking up to find out the nightmare is real…astonishing how fucked up the world is


  7. Storagemanager
    7 | November 17, 2012 9:29 am

    You are about to enter the world of Barack Obama…In this world up is down…right is wrong…dark is light…you are about to enter the TWILIGHT ZONE enjoy your stay..


  8. 8 | November 17, 2012 9:32 am

    Nothing like leaving the last post on a dead thread…


  9. Guggi
    9 | November 17, 2012 9:33 am

    Iron Fist wrote:

    Allen West is still fighting> Nowhere was it omore obvious that the Republican Mandarins would rather lose than have the uncooth Tea Party Barbarians in their party than with Allen West. If it were just about Party power, I’d say Fuck ‘em, they deserve to lose, but the Democrats are going to destroy this nation. I’m just not certain that the Party Mandarins want to save the country, either. I think they are more concerned about their Georgetown party invites than they are fending off economic collapse.

    Because they are not a party in the common sense. They are more or lesse an organization of people with some common interests in one or the other case. They really have no concept, not a working structure and everyone has an axe to grind.


  10. heysoos
    10 | November 17, 2012 9:36 am

    the primary intention of government service is re-election….everybody, both parties


  11. eaglesoars
    11 | November 17, 2012 9:46 am

    heysoos wrote:

    the primary intention of government service is re-election….everybody, both parties

    Unless they’re Tea Party in which case their own party will try to block them, see Allen West


  12. 12 | November 17, 2012 10:01 am

    @ eaglesoars:

    Yeah, we’ll see what happens there. It is clear that the “Republicans” would prefer a Democrat in congress instead of West. I don’t reckon he’s getting any help from the national party on his recount efforts.


  13. eaglesoars
    13 | November 17, 2012 10:08 am

    Not just West. Romney too, which I just don’t get.

    Channel surfing. Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC.

    “This is GREAT!! That beeping sound you hear? That’s the Republican party backing up over Mitt Romney”

    She has a point. His comments about ‘free stuff’ may have been impolitic, but they are correct. To watch Bobby Jindal pitch a fit about ‘divisiveness’ was unsettling.

    Britt Hume tweeted that somebody should probably hose him (Jindal) down.


  14. 14 | November 17, 2012 10:11 am

    eaglesoars wrote:

    Not just West. Romney too, which I just don’t get.

    Channel surfing. Melissa Harris-Perry on MSNBC.

    “This is GREAT!! That beeping sound you hear? That’s the Republican party backing up over Mitt Romney”

    She has a point. His comments about ‘free stuff’ may have been impolitic, but they are correct. To watch Bobby Jindal pitch a fit about ‘divisiveness’ was unsettling.

    Britt Hume tweeted that somebody should probably hose him (Jindal) down.

    We lost, therefore the circular firing squad has been assembled in order to punish the bastards that were responsible. It’s a Republican tradition.


  15. eaglesoars
    15 | November 17, 2012 10:19 am

    MacDuff wrote:

    It’s a Republican tradition.

    Rush was talking about it earlier in the week. Do the DEMOCRATS moan about how they have to become more like Republicans when they lose?

    No. But now there is some university student -- female -- writing an op-ed piece in WSJ lecturing on how we have to give it up on the social issues -- i.e., gay marriage and abortion.

    Telling people who believe abortion is nothing more complicated than baby killing that they have to give up their opposition in order to win elections is a complete non-starter.


  16. RIX
    16 | November 17, 2012 10:35 am

    @ MacDuff:

    We lost, therefore the circular firing squad has been assembled in order to punish the bastards that were responsible. It’s a Republican tradition

    .

    Hey Mac. I don’t like all of this scapegoating Romney.
    He was not a perfect candidate, but better than McCain
    four years ago & a hell of a lot better than Obama.
    If Romney had a lap dog media , who knows?


  17. 17 | November 17, 2012 10:47 am

    @ Iron Fist:
    @ eaglesoars:

    How much do you wanna bet Meghan is bi?


  18. eaglesoars
    18 | November 17, 2012 10:50 am

    Macker wrote:

    @ Iron Fist:
    @ eaglesoars:

    How much do you wanna bet Meghan is bi?

    Thanks. Now I don’t need lunch.


  19. Bumr50
    19 | November 17, 2012 11:00 am

    @ RIX:

    Romney is a good man who ended up being a victim to a party that who’s leadership doesn’t share the views of it’s base. His biggest mistake was bringing on a campaign team consisting of GOP retreads, which shows a lack of judgment on his part.

    He wasn’t my cup of tea, but he certainly pleasantly surprised me throughout his campaign.

    Most disappointing to me is the current treatment of Paul Ryan. He’s getting it from both sides. The “establishment” is claiming that he was “too radical,” while many conservatives are saying that because he came out with a plan that didn’t do enough quickly enough, he’s not “conservative” enough.

    The last I checked, he’s pretty much the only person WITH a workable plan, and practically speaking it was a good, doable start.


  20. Bumr50
    20 | November 17, 2012 11:01 am

    Bumr50 wrote:

    party that who’s leadership

    ugh

    Should read: “party whose leadership.”

    PIMF.


  21. eaglesoars
    21 | November 17, 2012 11:06 am

    gotta go -- later


  22. 22 | November 17, 2012 11:07 am

    @ eaglesoars:
    When the Dems lost to Bush twice, they didn’t try to get more like the Republicans. They went harder Left. Now for Congress in 2006 they ran “conservative” Democrats , but they purged the ones that took their conservatism seriously. They are harder left now than they were during the first two years of the Clinton Administration. Of course, they lost the House because of that, but Pelosie Galore is still minority leader. We need to work better on getting our message out, but mostly we need to get mean. Dirty politics works. Romney should have been running against the tax-and-spend Democrats from day one. He was willing to get nasty to win the primaries, then played nice with Obama in the General. It is very disheartening.


  23. Bumr50
    23 | November 17, 2012 11:07 am

    @ eaglesoars:

    Wait!

    Do I have an odor or something?

    It seems that I’ve inherited the mantle of “Threadkiller” from dear Lily lately.


  24. RIX
    24 | November 17, 2012 11:07 am

    @ Bumr50:
    There is way too much finger pointing.
    Obama is an outlier candidate & hard to defeat.
    His race & far left ideology get the Dem base rabid.
    As it turns out Independents are mostly Democrats.
    Now the establishment Republicans want to purge the
    Tea Party. Things were going so well before them./
    My problem is that after four more years, what pieces
    will be left to pick up?


  25. Bumr50
    25 | November 17, 2012 11:08 am

    @ Iron Fist:

    The American Left (oxymoron, I know) has the long game mastered, while the GOP can’t see past tomorrow.


  26. lobo91
    26 | November 17, 2012 11:10 am

    Another Obama foreign policy triumph:

    Liberated Iraq calls on Arab states to use oil as ‘weapon’ against U.S.

    A top Iraqi diplomat urged Arab states to “use the weapon of oil” against the United States because of its alliance with Israel, raising more questions about the Middle Eastern nation’s allegiance to the country that freed it from a ruthless dictatorship.

    The shocking statement from a democratic government in power only after the U.S. and allies ousted murderous dictator Saddam Hussein in a costly and bloody war laid bare the Middle Eastern nation’s true allegiance.

    “Iraq will invite (Arab) ministers to use the weapon of oil, with the aim of asserting real pressure on the United States and whoever stands with Israel,” Qais al-Azzawy told reporters in Cairo on Friday.

    “The economic weapon is the strongest one to be put into effect now, to assure of standing by the Palestinian people, in light of there being no military power that can stand in the face of Israel at the present time,” he added.


  27. RIX
    27 | November 17, 2012 11:12 am

    @ lobo91

    Those Iraqi Jeffersonian Democrats are so grateful to us
    for troops sacrifices./


  28. 28 | November 17, 2012 11:17 am

    @ lobo91:

    Morons. They don’t have an “oil weapon.” Some of them are apparently too stupid to remember that little fact.


  29. Bumr50
    29 | November 17, 2012 11:19 am

    @ lobo91:

    They wouldn’t even have considered making making that statement had Mitt Romney won the election.

    Mitt could’ve brought Clint back for that: “Go ahead, make my day.”


  30. Bumr50
    30 | November 17, 2012 11:24 am

    @ Mike C.:

    Interesting.

    I went to a government website to find data on Iraqi petroleum exported to the US, and it’s missing.


  31. Purre
    31 | November 17, 2012 11:27 am

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_b4WzWFKQ20

    “BRAKE!”


  32. Guggi
    32 | November 17, 2012 11:29 am

    lobo91 wrote:

    “Iraq will invite (Arab) ministers to use the weapon of oil, with the aim of asserting real pressure on the United States and whoever stands with Israel,” Qais al-Azzawy told reporters in Cairo on Friday.

    Oh, the Europeans will bend over.


  33. 33 | November 17, 2012 11:31 am

    @ Bumr50:
    Of course not. Obama is the weak horse. The Mohammedans don’t respect him.


  34. 34 | November 17, 2012 11:35 am

    Kuwait, the UAE and The Magic Kingdom are still under the control of people who, at the very least, intend to keep on padding their ample Swiss bank accounts, and who have no intention of driving prices to the point where there will be an explosion in unconventional resource development whose effects will be to diminish their own piece of the pie. They are already uneasy over the recent rise in horizontal drilling and multiple frac work to squeeze production out of formerly unproduceable reservoirs. Suppose they held an oil embargo and nobody cared?


  35. 35 | November 17, 2012 11:40 am

    @ Mike C.:

    And of course, oil is pretty much fungible. If you decide not to sell to A, then you have to sell to B, who stops buying oil from his previous supplier, which is promptly sold to A. The 73 embargo was actually just a supply disruption, nothing more. It ended when the Arabs noticed it was losing any impact whether they liked it or not. It would have much less effect today if repeated.


  36. lobo91
    36 | November 17, 2012 11:45 am

    @ Mike C.:

    Nobody ever claimed that Arab oil ministers were all that bright.


  37. Bumr50
    37 | November 17, 2012 11:57 am

    @ lobo91:

    It seems to me that that all depends on whether or not our esteemed gubmint officials acknowledge this bluff as an ACTUAL threat…


  38. eaglesoars
    38 | November 17, 2012 12:05 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ eaglesoars:

    Wait!

    Do I have an odor or something?

    It seems that I’ve inherited the mantle of “Threadkiller” from dear Lily lately.

    heh. No, Molly the Beagle wanted to take a nap and she wanted to be held while she was at it -- which makes doing much else a bit difficult. I finally put her on the bed and snuggled her into a pillow where she snoring away

    I’ve been watching some fascinating stuff on ancient Egypt on the History Channel. It’s heartbreaking to see the glory they once built and look at the slum the place is today.


  39. eaglesoars
    39 | November 17, 2012 12:07 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ lobo91:

    It seems to me that that all depends on whether or not our esteemed gubmint officials acknowledge this bluff as an ACTUAL threat…

    Are you kidding? Obama thinks it’s a gift. Yeah, cut us off -- Americans can’t keep their houses at 72 degrees just because we can, time to learn some humility.


  40. Bumr50
    40 | November 17, 2012 12:10 pm

    @ eaglesoars:

    Thanks! I was getting worried…

    Just got an e-mail with some info that my relatively young arse didn’t know:

    I’m afraid that there are a lot of young people who have never heard of Martha Raye. But for those of you who remember the funny lady with the large mouth may end up just dropping theirs (mouth) when they read this about her.

    The most unforgivable oversight of TV is that her shows were not taped. This is a great story about a great woman. I was unaware of her credentials or where she is buried. Somehow I just can’t see Brittany Spears, Paris Hilton, or Jessica Simpson doing what this woman (and the other USO women, including Ann Margaret & Joey Heatherton) did for our troops in past wars. Most of the old time entertainers were made of a lot sterner stuff than today’s crop of activists and whiners. The following is from an Army Aviator who takes a trip down memory lane: “It was just before Thanksgiving ’67 and we were ferrying dead and wounded from a large GRF west of Pleiku. We had run out of body bags by noon, so the Hook (CH-47 CHINOOK) was pretty rough in the back. All of a sudden, we heard a ‘take-charge’ woman’s voice in the rear. There was the singer and actress, Martha Raye, with a SF (Special Forces) beret and jungle fatigues, with subdued markings, helping the wounded into the Chinook, and carrying the dead aboard. ‘Maggie’ had been visiting her SF ‘heroes’ out ‘west’.
    We took off, short of fuel, and headed to the USAF hospital pad at Pleiku. As we all started unloading our sad pax’s, a ‘Smart Ass’ USAF Captain said to Martha…. “Ms Ray, with all these dead and wounded to process, there would not be time for your show!”
    To all of our surprise, she pulled on her right collar and said …..”Captain, see this eagle? I am a full ‘Bird’ in the US Army Reserve, and on this is a ‘Caduceus’ which means I am a Nurse, with a surgical specialty….now, take me to your wounded!”
    He said, “Yes ma’am…. follow me.”
    Several times at the Army Field Hospital in Pleiku, she would ‘cover’ a surgical shift, giving a nurse a well-deserved break.
    Martha is the only woman buried in the SF (Special Forces) cemetery at Ft Bragg.


  41. eaglesoars
    41 | November 17, 2012 12:18 pm

    @ Bumr50:

    SHE’S AT FT BRAGG!!

    Crap, I wish I’d known that, I would have paid my respects when I was there.

    Oh, yeah, Bumr50, Martha and Bob Hope, Ann Margaret -- Hollywood hasn’t always been a left-wing asylum.


  42. lobo91
    42 | November 17, 2012 12:21 pm

    @ Bumr50:

    One reason that you didn’t know that information is that it’s mostly not true.

    Martha Raye was never in the military, and, as far as I know, was not an actual nurse (although she did sometimes help take care of wounded troops).

    She is buried in the main post cemetery at Fort Bragg.


  43. 43 | November 17, 2012 12:33 pm

    “It is very difficult to reconcile the American ideal of a sovereign people capable of owning & managing their own government with an inability to own & manage their own business.” Calvin Coolidge


  44. Bumr50
    44 | November 17, 2012 12:38 pm

    @ eaglesoars:
    @ lobo91:

    Sorry:-(

    Assuming has made me an even bigger a**.


  45. lobo91
    45 | November 17, 2012 12:42 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ eaglesoars:
    @ lobo91:

    Sorry:-(

    Assuming has made me an even bigger a**.

    Mister Rogers wasn’t a Navy SEAL, either. :)


  46. Bumr50
    46 | November 17, 2012 12:45 pm

    @ eaglesoars:
    @ lobo91:

    LONG BUT NECESSARY ADDENDUM TO ABOVE POST:

    In 1942 she volunteered to serve in the USO, entertaining American troops in Europe, North Africa, and the South Pacific over the course of World War II. During the 1950s she sang, danced, joked her way from military base to military base across Korea. Between 1965 and 1973 she made numerous tours of Southeast Asia to entertain U.S. soldiers fighting in the Vietnam War. It was during this period that she earned the reputation of being a rough-and-ready, impromptu combat nurse. Tributes from grateful veterans abound.

    To cite one documented example, Raye canceled a show at a base in the Mekong Delta in mid-October 1966 to help tend soldiers wounded in a Viet Cong attack on Army helicopters. “American casualties began arriving by 8 a.m. at the small Soc Trang dispensary,” Associated Press reported a few days later. “Miss Raye, a former nurse, arrived about the same time, dressed in Army fatigues and volunteering for duty.”

    The story continued:

    One of the first things she did was donate a pint of blood to a badly wounded sergeant. Then it was hour after hour of scrubbing and preparing the wounded for surgery, helping the surgeons, changing bandages, and cheering up men awaiting evacuation to field hospitals in Vung Tau or Saigon.

    Miss Raye’s show did not go on that night. The next morning she was back at the hospital in her stained fatigues, helping the one doctor and eight corpsmen care for the patients.

    As a result of her extraordinary efforts, President Lyndon Johnson awarded her a green beret and the honorary rank of lieutenant colonel in the Special Forces. Raye took to wearing a uniform and beret everywhere she went on subsequent tours of Vietnam, and was fondly known to the troops ever after as “Colonel Maggie.”

    Whether or not she was actually a trained or licensed nurse is a matter of some dispute, however. The AP story referenced above described Raye as a “former nurse.” A subsequent article published in 1970 went so far as to state that she had been a registered nurse since 1936 and actually served in that capacity during World War II. It appears this information came from Raye herself, who was quoted as saying, “I went as a nurse but, being an entertainer, could do both.”

    In her biography of Raye, Take it from the Big Mouth: The Life of Martha Raye, author Jean Pitrone writes that while Raye routinely told people she had worked as a nurse’s aide at Cedars of Lebanon (now Cedars-Sinai) Hospital in her youth and “boasted of being a registered nurse” as an adult, in reality she was neither a registered nor a practical nurse.

    Noonie Fortin, author of Memories of Maggie — Martha Raye: A Legend Spanning Three Wars, concurs:

    Although she had nurse’s aide (candy striper) training in the ’30s she never became a licensed practical or registered nurse. BUT she did learn nursing care via on-the-job (OJT) training during air raids while entertaining troops in Africa and England when an extra pair of hands were much needed for the wounded soldiers. Years later when she spent so much time in Vietnam — her OJT was put to work again. She helped out in the X-ray, Triage, Operating Rooms and many other areas. Many soldiers believed she was a nurse in the Army or Army Reserve. She was not though she did hold honorary military titles (ranks).

    In the end, it isn’t Martha Raye’s credentials that matter most, of course; it’s her actions. She was a true patriot and humanitarian who dedicated much of her life to giving joy and succor to American servicemen and women in wartime. In 1993 she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Bill Clinton. After dying of pneumonia a year later at the age of 78, Raye was buried with military honors, even though a civilian, at Fort Bragg Main Post Cemetery in North Carolina.

    Again, apologies.


  47. eaglesoars
    47 | November 17, 2012 12:58 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    Again, apologies.

    Why? She was a great lady and we were lucky to have her.


  48. lobo91
    48 | November 17, 2012 1:02 pm

    eaglesoars wrote:

    Bumr50 wrote:

    Again, apologies.

    Why? She was a great lady and we were lucky to have her.

    I agree.

    But you really have to be careful about those emails that periodically turn up. Most of them are seriously embellished.


  49. Bumr50
    49 | November 17, 2012 1:06 pm

    @ eaglesoars:

    I know, but it’s the principle of the thing.

    This is the third or fourth time that my Dad has sent me this stuff that specifically comes with a caveat that it’s been “fact-checked” by some some org. like Snopes, and I just believe it because it came from the old man. Anyone else and I’d double check.

    I just sent him a firm but polite e-mail.


  50. 50 | November 17, 2012 1:08 pm

    @ Bumr50:

    I get that same kind of thing from my mom all the time. I always check before sending it on. So far, about 95% of it’s been a load of crap.


  51. lobo91
    51 | November 17, 2012 1:13 pm

    @ Bumr50:

    There’s more truth to the Martha Raye one than most of them, but it still has major errors.

    I always like the ones about the alleged combat heroics of Mister Rogers and Captain Kangaroo.


  52. eaglesoars
    52 | November 17, 2012 1:15 pm

    Here’s a bit of what Rush had to say:

    They’re going after Governor Jindal, who we love here. Don’t misunderstand any of this. I think Jindal is a great future Republican leader. He has a great future in the Republican Party. They’re going after him because he hadn’t set up an Obamacare exchange in Louisiana, and he’s resisting expanding Medicaid, because he understands we don’t have the money for any of this. He understands it. We don’t have the money. And yet there’s the paper, the libs, the media all clamoring for what? Stuff. The implication’s clear. The Democrats will give it to me. “That’s not what people vote for Democrats for, Rush, don’t want to say that, Romney’s full of it.” I swear, this blockheadedness on our side is worse than I thought.


  53. eaglesoars
    53 | November 17, 2012 1:17 pm

    lobo91 wrote:

    I always like the ones about the alleged combat heroics of Mister Rogers and Captain Kangaroo.

    Srsly? I’ve never seen any of that stuff. Must be on the wrong email lists….


  54. John Difool
    54 | November 17, 2012 1:23 pm

    eaglesoars wrote:

    Here’s a bit of what Rush had to say:
    They’re going after Governor Jindal, who we love here. Don’t misunderstand any of this. I think Jindal is a great future Republican leader. He has a great future in the Republican Party. They’re going after him because he hadn’t set up an Obamacare exchange in Louisiana, and he’s resisting expanding Medicaid, because he understands we don’t have the money for any of this. He understands it. We don’t have the money. And yet there’s the paper, the libs, the media all clamoring for what? Stuff. The implication’s clear. The Democrats will give it to me. “That’s not what people vote for Democrats for, Rush, don’t want to say that, Romney’s full of it.” I swear, this blockheadedness on our side is worse than I thought.

    If the libtards want their Obamacare I say let em self-deport themselves to the blue states that are going to set up the exchanges.


  55. lobo91
    55 | November 17, 2012 1:25 pm

    @ eaglesoars:

    Mister Rogers

    Captain Kangaroo


  56. eaglesoars
    56 | November 17, 2012 1:32 pm

    @ lobo91:

    That’s hilarious!


  57. lobo91
    57 | November 17, 2012 1:38 pm

    eaglesoars wrote:

    @ lobo91:

    That’s hilarious!

    You’d be amazed at how many people believe those stories.


  58. heysoos
    58 | November 17, 2012 1:51 pm

    You’d be amazed at how many people believe those stories.

    lobo91 wrote:

    eaglesoars wrote:

    @ lobo91:
    That’s hilarious!

    You’d be amazed at how many people believe those stories.

    I only believed Carlos Hathcock when it comes to sniping…him and Stephen Hunter


  59. 59 | November 17, 2012 1:56 pm

    Bumr50 wrote:

    @ eaglesoars:
    @ lobo91:

    Sorry:-(

    Assuming has made me an even bigger a**.

    Aw, go on. Happens to everyone now and then. You’re in very good company. :-)


  60. lobo91
    60 | November 17, 2012 2:00 pm


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