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Built upon the rubble, the detritus, resulting from the collision of two continental plates, Cascadia is no more a part of North America than it is “Pacifica”.

It is A Place Apart.

There is nothing east of The Rockies we need.

It has long been my observation that “White Supremacy” is naught but a genetic memory of the time when the earlier, the elder, inhabitants of Northern Europe, the Neanderthal, were over-run and assimilated by dark skinned immigrants from the south.

Seriously, look at these pussies…

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Look at those fat asses, fat bellies, fat cheeks, chins and jowls; hairless, pink-skin prone to lesions, boils and burns; weak eyes, weak ears, weaker brains subject to irrational dependencies upon adolescent fairy tales to justify sex with children and keep the bed dry at night, stink like a restaurant grease pit on a hundred degree day all holding on to their little pee-pees like maybe they’re gonna lose it.

I am laughing, at the “superiority”.

Fucking animals.

IMG_20160530_065550The Confederate flag.

Flying a Confederate flag is no different than flying a NAZI swastika. If you fly a Confederate flag or a NAZI swastika you are a traitor. An enemy of the American People, enemy of the American Way of Life, and if not taken out behind the barn and summarily executed rounded up and escorted, at gunpoint, to a reservation somewhere out in the hinterlands. Preferably Mars, or the moons of Uranus.

250px-Damocles-WestallPC20080120-8842AAll you Clintonistas hoping for a “Third Party” run to split the Retard vote and once again toss the White House keys to a Clinton should be careful what you wish for.

That’s a double-edged sword.

Sanders/Stein, Stein/Sanders 2016

From Bad Attitudes… she made the fingers too long.

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The white dogs love him, he’s just like like them: fat ass, little dick, big mouth.

wp-1449962444236.jpegSeems no one remembers that the last time a Clinton came to town it was to shut down the woods, close all the sawmills, put an end to the way of life my family enjoyed here for five generations, for over a hundred years. Of course, there’s no one left around here to remember what it was once like around here. Nothing but a bunch of pretentious trust-funder and credit card rich assholes that have never done anything of interest in their life nor know anything beyond what comes out of the television.

You’re either with us, or against us. It’s not a question. If you don’t know what it means, you should take the time to find out. It’s an important part of local history.

Go back where you came from, your kind isn’t welcome here.

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Four dead.

Tesla founder Elon Musk explained the idiocy of fossil fuels that even a climate change denier can’t deny:

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“If we don’t find a solution to burning oil for transport, when we then run out of oil, the economy will collapse and society will come to an end,” Musk said this week during a conversation with astrophysicist and Cosmos host Neil deGrasse Tyson.

“If we know we have to get off oil no matter what, we know that is an inescapable outcome, why run this crazy experiment of changing the chemical composition of the atmosphere and oceans by adding enormous amounts of CO2 that have been buried since the Precambrian Era?” he added. “That’s crazy. That’s the dumbest experiment in history, by far.” [emphasis added]

Asked if he could think of “a dumber experiment,” Musk replied:

“I honestly cannot.”

Today We Celebrate The Earth. Tomorrow, Business As Usual

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You are a clear and present danger to my grandchildren’s future. Fear me.

John Upton writes: Councilmembers of an island town in Georgia met in a police station near sandy beaches last week to mull a plan for coping with worsening floods. The meeting followed unprecedented king tide floods in the fall that inundated the island and nearby Savannah, and shut down the highway that connects them.

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“We’ve had more frequent flooding in areas that haven’t flooded before,” said Jason Buelterman, mayor of the beach town on the eastern shore of Tybee Island, where the population of a few thousand residents swells each summer with vacationers. “In November, water was coming into people’s garages and stuff. It had never happened before.”

The meeting was held eight days before world leaders were due to converge in New York this Friday to ratify a United Nations treaty, aiming to avert the worst impacts of climate change. If the treaty succeeds, Tybee Island and other coastal communities may flood terribly in the coming decades, but will most likely remain mostly above sea level, recent Antarctic modeling suggests. Vast scientific uncertainties, however, mean even that cannot be assured.

Mayors from small towns, planners from the world’s largest cities and U.N. diplomats are being guided on the details of a looming coastal crisis by sea level projections compiled by a U.N. science panel. The panel’s work includes warnings about the amount of flooding that could be caused by melting in Antarctica, and those warnings have been growing bleaker.

The barren continent — the planet’s greatest reservoir of ice — remains shrouded in frigid mystery, and a lack of scientific knowledge about its ice sheet means scientists can’t yet predict how much flooding it could cause as temperatures continue to climb. A recent study, though, added to concerns that it could begin disintegrating, inundating coastal neighborhoods around the world, unless the heady goals of the new U.N. climate pact are achieved.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s most recent findings, from three years ago, appear to have underestimated the potential seriousness of the Antarctic problem, with sweeping implications for the urgency of pollution cuts — and for the futures of coastal communities like Tybee Island’s.

Instead of the anticipated several feet of sea level rise this century if current pollution rates continue, the latest modeling-based science warns that melting could lead to twice that amount. That sobering estimate is a rough one.

Other than those people (who survive) are going to end up moving here, I don’t necessarily see rising sea levels as a bad thing. Flush out all the trash, cull the less-than-human, reboot the species. Think of it as an evolutionary iteration.