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Tuesday,  Nov 8,  2011    Vol 2782 - The Thrilla is gone


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow GOP: It's Time to Panic
Arrow Looming Crisis of Climate Chaos
Sarah Palin Nude!!!
Arrow Paterno didn't do enough
Arrow 'Personhood' in AL and MS
Arrow Cain harrasses White women (4)
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"If this is true, we were all fooled. along with scores of professionals
  trained in such things
(what?) and we grieve for the victims and their families."
       --  Joe Paterno, trying to explain away the biggest moral failure of his life

  Joe, you knew you had a child molester on your staff - you chose to look away.

  Your staffer came to you and said, "I saw Sandusky raping some kid in the shower,"
  and you passed that info along and never gave it another thought - for years.

  What if that had been your 10-year old grandson, Joe?

  You helped that monster rape kids - year after year after year.

  So, does Joe step down now?  (I say yes)
  Or does he get to close out the season?

  Note:  I was never molested - I was one of the lucky ones who somehow
  managed to slip thru that organized, worldwide Catholic Rape Net that they built. 

  You know how you can tell?
  My old church has not been burned to the ground.

  I just hate bullies and child-molesters are the worst.

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GOP: It's Time to Panic
They got nothing and nobody


GOP frontrunner Herman Cain is accused of several instances of sexual harassment; the weirdo with
the Magic Underpants has managed to make his candidacy as exciting as coffin shopping. The rootin' tootin'
cowboy spent this week trying to convince people he wasn’t drunk during a speech in New Hampshire.

Not a single one of them—not Herman Cain nor Mitt Romney nor Rick Perry—bests a badly weakened
Obama in the latest polls. And yet the GOP—the same crew who brought us Bob Dole, John McCain and
the Iraq War—inform us that Republican primary voters are happier with their choices than ever.

The might be good liars at the top GOP echelon, but the rank and file isnb't happy with their choices.
If anything, there is deep unease among activist conservatives—the sort who trudge to the polls in the
bitter winters of Iowa and New Hampshire—about the state of the race. At several recent functions in
Washington, attendees expressed great enthusiasm for unseating Obama, but hardly anyone was thrilled
with their likely standard bearers.

Is it time for the GOP to start panicking yet?

They have nothing and their odds of finding somebody decent are slim and none.
The GOP is controlled by drunken yahoos and there's no cure for that.

This is Obama's election to lose.
He could still blow it, but right now he's poised to win.

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Looming Crisis of Climate Chaos

  by Richard Lee Dechert

In his monumental 1988 testimony to the U.S. Senate, Dr. James Hansen, NASA’s chief climate scientist,
“declared that man-made global warming had begun . . . [and] that human activities — notably, the burning
of oil, coal and other carbon-based fuels  . . .  could trigger dangerous climate change.”
But, as Associated Press writer Charles J. Hanley recalled in a recent report on the politics of global warming,
“when Hansen was called back to testify in 1989,  Bush edited this government scientist’s remarks to
water down his conclusions, and Hansen declined to appear.    A shot of Chinaco for Hansen's credibility.
“That was the year U.S. oil and coal interests formed the Global Climate Coalition to combat efforts to shift
economies away from their products. Researchers later determined that Exxon disbursed millions of dollars
annually to think tanks and a handful of supposed experts to sow doubt about the facts. …
“In fact, a document emerged years later showing that the industry coalition’s own scientific
  team had quietly advised it that the basic science of global warming was indisputable.”

So, it wasn't enough for Bush to bankrupt the entire world and turn America into Torture Nation.

He set the globe on a path of physical destruction and Our Mouse isn't sure what to do about it.


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Subject: Re: "I was seen by a caucasian doctor"

You have some very funny readers Bart,

What if I would have said I was seen by a male or a female doctor, would I be accused of being sexist? 
What if I would have said I was seen by a Swedish or Norwegian doctor?

I'm not going to defend myself against accusations of being a racist, that's ludicrous.

I don't "hate America" but Canada is a beautiful place and most Canadians enjoy a very nice
standard of living from what I've seen.  I wouldn't mind having dual citizenship status and
spend the summers up there and the winters down here, that would be the best of both worlds.

I think some of my readers want to be seen as Leftier than thou.

When a topic comes up, they immediately embrace that Left wall,
thus making everyone to their right "just like Rush."

They mean well, but they are mistaken. 

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Cops: Paterno didn't do enough
He looked away while his friend raped kids


Bottom line - a guy witnessed Sandusky raping some child in the shower.
He told Paterno, Paterno told the Athletic Director and then Joe forgot about it.

Can you imagine being that helpless ten-year old, a victim of the worst of crimes,
and knowing that others knew but nobody stepped in to help you when it counted?

The can't-be-bothered men in charge called it "a little horseplay."
I hope they go to prison and find out what "a little horseplay" can mean.

...and Joe Paterno - he's thrown it all away for a little loyalty to a serial rapist.

Years from now, when they talk about Joe paterno, they won't say,
"Isn't he the coach with the most wins in college football history?"

No, they're going to say, "He's the coach who stayed quiet while
his friend
raped at least forty little boys over a fifteen year period."

Many years ago, they asked Joe why he didn't resign and take life easy. His reply?

"I don't want to leave college football to the likes of Berry Switzer."

Joe, Berry Switzer never did anything as terrible as what you've done.

Time to resign in disgrace, Joe.

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Subject: Rising tides life all yachts?

This is a news tip rather than my usual letter to the editor.

A friend emailed me the attached PDF document and I've found references to it on the Internet.
It's a 2006 view of how Citigroup looks at the American economy describing it in a word they
claim credit for coining. Plutonomy. A Plutomomy is an economy where a very small number
of uber-rich control the government and economics within a nation - or perhaps globally.

Notably - two thinks I found interesting was in their "What can go wrong?" section.

1) financial collapse
2) we think the most potent and short-term threat would be societies demanding a more ‘equitable’ share of wealth

#1 as we know already happened. But #2 seems to predict the current Occupy Wall Street movement.
Seems to me the basis for a very interesting story. Make me wonder if Occupy could fund itself by
short selling stocks of companies that sell to the super rich? :)

Citigroup PDF

I hope you find this news tip useful.
 Mark Perkel

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When you're in Colorado Springs,
 be sure and dine at Springs Orleans

Hmmmmm, I'm getting hungry
for some Red alligator right now!

Sarah Palin Nude


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"Herman Cain's accuser is named Bialek.  Get it"   Buy-a-Lick?" 
       --  the vulgar Pigboy, sexually excited on the air, thinking about licking

   Hey Rush, how much are those little boys in the Dominican Repub-LICK?

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Subject: re: Am I a racist if I want an American doctor?

Yo, Dude...

The answer is 'No'... One of the problems the VA faces is that with the shortage of American doctors
and the fact the few want to work for less money (the VA pays doctors well, but they can make more
in private practice), the VA has been forced to recruit foreign trained physicians and many do have a
language issue. i.e not being completely articulate in English. This makes many veterans uncomfortable.
Including me.

I don't discount the foreign trained doctors credentials. They are vetted by the VA and have licenses, etc,
but I have had instances where it's been very difficult to understand them and them, me.

So, one the ways the VA is getting around this problem is relying more and more on American Nurse
Practitioners as 'Primary Care' providers. They can prescribe medications and all have Master's Degree's
and additional post-Master's training to become 'Practitioners'.

There are programs now where these RN's can get PhD's in certain specialties e.g. psychiatry and can
thusly be called ''Doctor'.     I've had a VA Nurse Practitioner for my 'Primary Care' provider for the
past 10 years and I am more than satisfied and confident in her abilities. She is as sharp as a tack and
very knowledgeable. Plus, I've found her to be far easier to open up to than I have any male doctor,
 American or otherwise.

I know this has been long, but I hope you read it and post it if you will.
Nurse Practitioners are the wave of the future and I solidly endorse them.
 Life Member ~ DAV

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When your team sucks...

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Subject: My Brush with Greatness


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'Personhood' in Alabama, Mississippi
You can't do this and I'll prove why


Senate Bill 301, introduced by Sen.  Phil Williams (R-Handjob), is a proposal to amend
the Alabama Code of 1975 to change the definition of the term “person” to mean:
“any human being from the moment of fertilization or the functional equivalent thereof.”

Here's why this won't work:

Let's say Sally is pregnant - but she doesn't know it. She goes ice skating
, falls, is then
taken to the hospital when the doctor does an exam and tells her she lost "the baby."

Sally is then charged with Involuntary Manslaughter.

What about Lucy, who's been meaning to fix that handrail on her tall steps.
Lucy has two glases of wine with dinner, then falls down the steps when the handrail slips.

is taken to the hospital, the doctor tells her she lost "the baby."

Sally is then charged with Depraved Indifference.

Pretty soon, every woman who miscarries is subject to a trial.
After all she killed "a person" and that's a crime (to be) in AL and MS.

Is this the America where you want your daughter brought up?

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Subject: 2012 Election Advice

Bart, in the 2012 Presidential election we only have two choices, slim and none........

Let's all vote for Slim.
  Martha, hiding in the woods down in Georgia

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Another Earthquake
That makes three in four days

I've decided I don't like earthquakes.
With tornadoes, you get a few minutes warning - not with earthquakes.

And when it hits, all you can do is listen to the glass crying - have you ever heard that?
It's such a weird sound - they must have a name for it.

The glass in our walls made a noise like a glass chandalier being shaken or rustled.
The glass sounds like it's breaking but it never does - it stays together.

So, Lord, we're all caught up with our earthquakes now.

I think there's someone in France right now who needs your help with a Spelling Bee.

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From the members' viewpoints, there were no random pay-up dates to remember. 

Thanks for doing what you do,
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Karen, thanks for that.

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Grope-master to hold press conference
  He still thinks he has a chance with women?

   "He said, 'Do you want the job or not?'"                       "That bitch is crazy!"

Herman Cain will hold a news conference today to confront the latest sexual harassment allegations
that are threatening to derail his campaign.

"We're going to have a press conference. We are taking this head on," Cain told Jimmy Kimmel Monday.
"There is not an ounce of truth in all of the accusations and my team is putting this stuff together.
That's why I'm willing to do a press conference ... to set the record straight," said Cain.

Cain will speak in Phoenix at 3 p.m. local time.

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Subject: whales


It would be impossible for a humpback whale to swallow a human,
their throats are too small in diameter. They swallow krill and small fish.
 Skinny Dennis

It seems like that whale's mouth was big enough to swallow both people,
the surfboard and the kayak - but if you say so...

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Last issue's Mystery Car Revealed       

Bart, Last issue's Mystery Car  is a VW Karmann Ghia Type 34.
It is probably Melbourne, Australia in the background.
Cheers, Olof in Finland

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Last issue's Mystery Celebrity remains unidentified.

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Bart, Last Issue's Mystery City that's the oldest active cathedral here in the United States. 
It's St. Louis Cathedral in Jackson Square, New Orleans.  During the summer of 2010,
I bartended only a few blocks away from there.  That was a fun summer.
  RJ Heaney, nomadic pillar


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Subject: last issue's history mystery

What is last issue's History Mystery?

Bart, that would be Salvatore Dali and Racquel Welch.

He had a work of art on display at the NY worlds fair, 1939. There was some controversy, 
Dali's response: he chartered an airplane and dropped leaflets over the city.


What an artist.

Take care.
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Bart, here's a donation.
My birthday is not until March, but what the hey.
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Robert, that was very nice - thanks.


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