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czarinaofcamelyacht 750 posts  |  Last Activity: Mar 29, 2015 12:34 PM Member since: Jul 28, 2009
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    Operation Seashell 1981....

    by lt_nuttinyahu_15 Mar 29, 2015 11:42 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 29, 2015 12:34 PM Flag

    That's interesting. I graduated from high school in 1981, and there was something rolling around, in my small town in Alaska, about the old nursery rhyme about: "She sells seashells by the seashore."

    Probably no CONnection, but it's very odd to hear a bell ring 30 plus years later.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 29, 2015 12:28 PM Flag

    If I understand the treaties and general political mood correctly, Israel has full USA support. Iran is their next door neighbor, and any nuclear blowback fired from either, will descend upon themselves, and the other. I call it as: skip the war, and house the weaponry.

    Mutually assured destruction isn't ever a "win."

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 29, 2015 12:05 PM Flag

    Of course I noticed. I didn't post about it, to see if anyone else noticed the change in her public profile photo. Regardless, at her age, an underwire bra and a collarbone to waist blouse are a must have item in the clothes closet. The gig was a little bit different when Big Ben was on board.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 29, 2015 11:51 AM Flag

    The entire story, as reported by the media machine, now has nose longer than Pinocchio's.

    The 'mental health' angle is the first fallback and usually failure proof answer to any situation where a larger hand has an agenda.

    In my real life experience, every commercial carrier who is piloting any aircraft that seats more than 24 passengers, has a military background and much of their flight training was during said enlistment. Almost anyone who is flying those big birds as either a captain or a copilot, didn't sign up for flight school and log real air time hours out of his or her piggy bank.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht by czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 29, 2015 3:43 AM Flag

    The bookies have cashed out, and the pony races are tagged, for the next run. A whopping .25%, OMG, that's really sumthin' to applaud. BTW, Madam Chair, since when does a full one USD increase, per gallon, from your media mavens, well publicized former decrease at the pump prices, which are now ballpark $3.60 per gallon here in Los Angeles, not meet your illusion of what CONstitutes inflation? Addressing the topic of folks buying beef, and no inflation in food prices; do tell me how your wiggle out of that. The last piece of beef I purchased was from the "Manager's Special" bin,and was marked down by 50%. Even at the discounted price, I hemmed and hawwed as if it would be worth purchasing. I did, and probably won't again. I see the cost cutting options of becoming a vegetarian is worth noting in my future.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 7:08 PM Flag

    I don't know what his proclivities are, but I did learn a new word/phrase from your post.

    The urban dictionary is rather graphic, and harsh, but it's supposedly the street definition, and why isn't the derogatory slur of the blacks removed? I really do think that most Americans have moved passed the 1950s and segregated water fountain, and eateries. Rosa Parks didn't make her point to not have the rest of us remember to recall that we are all human beings.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 6:54 PM Flag

    Is that correct? And at what location was said record recorded, by whom, and representing what entity, and was it verified by disinterested and neutral sources? There's a huge federally funded group of folks down there, (supported by USA taxpayer cash, for those who believe scientists and crew are just a bunch of volunteers). I know, because I applied for a few clerical positions in Antarctica , via the contractors where run the grunt work daily details. I was not selected. No surprise to me, and not to you, I'm certain.

    All this global warming/climate change bs is just topics for a media spin on a slow news day. Saw down a large tree, and tell me what the rings tell you.

    I'm not a Botany major, but I learned a few things as a kid, and the cycles of Mother Nature is not to be denied.

  • Reply to

    bad debt piling up

    by kevivoe Mar 28, 2015 11:58 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 6:33 PM Flag

    I will bump this post, because some of you on here do know exactly what I'm talking about, and that could be one of the biggest reasons that the fins are swimming in this ocean of perceived prosperity, and eCONic improvement.

    Opions? Thoughts? Do tell!

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 6:16 PM Flag

    Why do you assume that I am of the Caucasian race? I don't date, and I'm not for hire as an escort.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 6:01 PM Flag

    How busy with the gals can one guy be?

    Let's presume he was widely known, if not an actual celebrity at the time these alleged assaults occurred. Even stagehands, roadies, etc., of a band can find a willing gal; I don't think Mr Cosby had to resort to drugging and raping females by the dozen, over a few years. Since I don't know him, or any of them, I can't know what happened in their lives. I do see an opportunity for plenty of folks to CONtinue to capitalize on a media circus.

  • Reply to

    bad debt piling up

    by kevivoe Mar 28, 2015 11:58 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 28, 2015 5:51 PM Flag

    Household debt is most likely adding up at near record number of folks, but the overall dollar numbers may not have yet exceeded the 2008 and prior housing ATM amounts. Folks who are unemployed underemployed, use credit cards, and when they have no UI bennies or cash left to make the minimum payments, they default.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 7:11 AM Flag

    Let's review: You haves stated that welfare families are obese by choice. Let's review: Many fast food chains have been on the EBT acceptance bandwagon for years, if not 10 or more, for accepting whatever the version of "food stamps" were.

    Whatever the policy from the issuer is : I'm pretty sure that any chain eatery is staged to accept some and all versions of food stamps, as issued by the USA gov. The vouchers/cards probably can't be used for booze or tobacco products. Yet, they can be used to buy food porn; in it's own way.

    I like my chain burger every now and then, as does the next person. I just don't make a meal of it. Don't need those fries on my hips, nor that full calorie beverage on my lips.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 6:50 AM Flag

    Interesting statement you made, just above: Your words: "dec2012greattribulation • 1 hour 15 minutes ago

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    tonite i thought about opening the sliding door to the back deck; made a mistake, left a/c on 80, don't want to mess with it since just broke it day before yesterday"

    Now I know where to send the cops to question a perp/perv, if this home is ever broken into, as you seem to know the details of my home.

    If you were in here, why were you prowling around, and for what? There's nothing here worth hocking; especially in my stuff, and the owner's is probably maybe a tad more valuable: 1984 sectional sofa, coffee table, those old school table top lamps with magazine racks, and all the magazines in them. Why didn't you steal that stuff? And a coupla old school TV's. No surprise to me why you left empty handed.

    Let it be a lesson to you. And you keep you hands to yourself, and out of my life.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 6:24 AM Flag

    Actually, it was fascinating. I live about 1 mile to LAX, and had a pair of raccoons on the property again tonight Screeching and yowling, perhaps it is the mating season? Last night, one was in the pool, and the other(s) were on deck. I saw 2, my friend
    saw 3, in total. It was quite a ruckus out there, in the backyard!

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 6:07 AM Flag

    Sounds to me like a group of weak males who gave in, and were clueless as the the facts.

    That's an opinion of a woman.

    Tell me about your posted words, below:

    "Iran be forced to disclose the full range of its nuclear activities at the outset of a nuclear deal, a concession experts say would gut the verification the Obama administration has vowed would stand as the crux of a deal with Iran."

    Lemme clue ya in: Iran ain't saying Jack about Jill, so to speak. The above statement was warped, as y'all can read

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 5:54 AM Flag

    Don't be a jackass. You aren't on food stamps, and neither am I. I can't even qualify for unemployment insurance, and I've been unemployed for years; when my employer(s) had paid into said UI government program to "insure" me, in my unemployed How ridiculous is that methodology?

  • Reply to

    Bears are just silly

    by robbierobnj Mar 27, 2015 1:03 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 5:27 AM Flag

    Let's review: None of us can survive without water. Crops can't grow without water. And the California drought BS that has been going on for about the last five or longer (let's count that, 5 or longer, years) is really something that needs to be discussed, on the national level.

    Y'all tell me how Twitter, or Facebook, or Yelp, or any of those other so media labeled as, "social media" sources, have made the water flow back into the valleys that are central to the California harvest basket.

    OK. And you tell me how much nutritional value a FB post, or a whatever metercat or whatever y'all call it, feeds you real food.

    I'd take a second look, if I were an investor. Developers might not want to be so smug. If folks aren't working, they aren't buying. If folks aren't working, they aren't eating. If folks aren't eating, they are dying. It is known as a cycle. My Biology Students, raise your hands.

  • Reply to

    call the kings horses, call the kings men!

    by kevivoe Mar 19, 2015 10:51 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 5:08 AM Flag

    You aren't gay.

  • czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 5:02 AM Flag

    It was uncomfortably hot inside where I live, so I've left the screen door open for the last 5 hours, as there isn't any AC, it's usually not necessary. I'd leave it open all night, but it's not my house. The reality is: if someone wanted to break into this house, they'd set off the alarm, and cutting thru the big security screen door will also. I still don't understand why some risk a felony charge or worse, for maybe the $20 I have in my purse, or the one bottle of cheap champagne in the refridge?

  • Reply to

    call the kings horses, call the kings men!

    by kevivoe Mar 19, 2015 10:51 AM
    czarinaofcamelyacht czarinaofcamelyacht Mar 27, 2015 4:51 AM Flag

    That's why siriacha popcorn is in the Yahoo news. Some like it hot. My second Former Loving Spouse wore a tie depicting Marilyn Monroe to our joint baby shower at our place of employment. I have dark hair, and some noted the dissolution of our yet to happen marriage, before it was performed.

    I didn't take it personally, as I always knew he and his parents loved the last woman who pulled up stakes, and left him for moving to CO. He told me he drove her, and her stuff, to her new home state. Clearly, he didn't love her enough to go with her, and she knew it.

    Patterns repeat, and then it's odd when the stakes are metal, and try to pin folks into the ground; in one way, or another.

    Why would a male who prefers blondes, or a Marilyn Monroe kinda gal, ever be interested in me? More interestingly is; why would he ever be interested in a gal who wore Jesus Christ sandals and was perfectly comfortable with going to an eatery with being less than showered, and they'd both just rolled out of bed? He's 11 years older than I am; his level of hygiene and acceptable clothing in public places of consumption of anything, including the grocery stores, is not even close to my minimum level of hair fix and makeup I always do.

    Would you pull that kinda thing, if you were have a meal, or a date, with your new acquaintance, or even an old love up?

    FWIW, you'd better shave for the old love up, unless She gives you a pass, and that's because...

    Wise Women usually do.

    Yes, you will volunteer to pay for breakfast, and you aren't itchin' to go golf with the guys, because she's taken the time to shower, fixup, and is wearing a dress.

    Doesn't it feel good to know that you have a choice?

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