Tuesday, July 28, 2015

i hope this guy meets his demise

I  have  never  been a fan of  hunting.....ever  ....but this  one takes the piss ....hunting is  not a sport ....although hunters in their  tiny minds  ,will try and  justify  a  man  witha  un and  an  a nimal  with  no   gun is  a sport .....seems  really fucking reatrded  to me ...its onlya  sport ,when the animal  can  shoot back .....................

Hunter who killed Cecil, the famous African lion, identified as Minnesota dentist

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Cecil approaches a visitor. Photo: Hwange National Park
The hunter said to have lured a beloved lion named Cecil out of Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park, to be shot and killed as a trophy, has been identified by authorities as Walter James Palmer, a Minnesota dentist.
The July 1 killing of a Cecil, a 13-year-old black-maned lion that held iconic stature in the wilderness preserve, sparked outrage as details began to leak about his death and how the lion was killed.
The lion was said to have been lured out of the park with an animal carcass tied to the bumper of a vehicle belonging to the hunting party, which was on private land outside of the park.

Cecil was shot with a crossbow, then stalked for several hours and dispatched with a rifle.
Two arrests were made before Palmer was identified as the triggerman Tuesday, by the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force and the Safari Operators Association of Zimbabwe.
Later Tuesday, Palmer issued a statement that reads: “I hired several professional guides, and they secured all proper permits. To my knowledge, everything about this trip was legal and properly handled and conducted.
 “I had no idea that the lion I took was a known, local favorite, was collared and part of a study until the end of the hunt. I relied on the expertise of my local professional guides to ensure a legal hunt.”
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Cecil, a 13-year-old African lion, was a park icon. Photo: African Bush Camps
Cecil had been wearing a GPS collar as part of a longstanding research program. It’s illegal to hunt collared animals, and the collar was illegally removed after the lion was skinned and beheaded.
According to the Star Tribune, Palmer was once convicted of poaching a bear in Wisconsin. His dental office was closed Tuesday, so he could not be reached for further comment.
The Telegraph in the U.K. was first to name Palmer as Cecil’s killer, reporting that two independent sources, one of which reviewed the hunting permit, confirmed the identity.
Palmer is a globe-trotting big-game hunter. Photos of him posing with animals he has killed–many of which appear on his Facebook page–are being shared on hunting blogs and other websites.
His dental office website was disconnected early Tuesday, and he was being harshly criticized on social media. Paul Blume of Fox 9 tweeted a photo of the outside of Palmer’s office, showing stuffed animals placed against the building by critics hoping to fashion a sort of memorial. The office had closed for the day, presumably because of an overwhelming amount of criticism leveled toward the hunter.
What’s unclear is how many other violations occurred, since Palmer and his party were not hunting in the park. Baiting animals in legal hunting areas is fairly common among big-game hunters in Africa.
Palmer belonged to the Zimbabwe Professional Hunters and Guides Association, but that group stated recently via Facebook that the hunter was “in violation of the ethics of ZPHGA,” and that his membership has been suspended indefinitely.
The two men arrested in connection with the killing of Cecil have been identified as Theo Bronkhorst, a professional hunter, and the owner of the private land on which the hunt occurred. Both face August 6 court hearings.
Meanwhile, Cecil is still being remembered for his friendly attitude toward people, which made him the most photographed animal in the park.
Johnny Rodrigues, who heads the Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force, told the Telegraph: “He never bothered anybody. He was one of the most beautiful animals to look at.”
Editor’s note: A previous version of this story contained a misspelling of Walter James Palmer’s name.
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Saturday, July 11, 2015

How a great war general plan even works today

Julius Caesar  was  one of the greatest war  generals ever .....why?  you may ask ,well because he  had  a great plan to win ...sadly one  ...even today is used  more than  even Julius would have  used it .

Julius  Caesar said  "divide and conquer a nation " because  power in one  is harder to defeat in small groups ....this is  what   is  exactly is going on today ,yes ....sadly   America  is being divided ....by fear,by a  govt that does not care  about it's people ....and they are  buying it like  lambs to a  slaughter ......

Dividing  Americans  ..by faith...gender...activities...religion.....ideologies...views...........groups.....visions ...etc etc ....divides ..families ...communities....friends....relatives ......and sadly ..families.....

it boils down to simple  mathematics  or  like sheep herding ....farmers are good  at this principal.....a biblical reference  refers to humans  as  sheep ....i find  personally insulting......and of  course  giving them  what hey want to fatten them or  quieten them  down  ..make the whole  job easier ....i.e  legalising drugs ...a  nation already  drugged  by pharm giants .......

wrong  am i ....then i guess  i am thinking too much ....

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

As long as there are users there will be suppilers

Yo can cringe  all you want   as long as  there  are junkies there will be  suppliers .....so the answers lie in the users  .....

Heroin Use in US Reaches Epidemic Numbers

Heroin Use in US Reaches Epidemic Numbers
As many as 8,200 people died from heroin overdoses in 2013 alone, according to a new CDC report. (Photo: Getty Images)
Heroin overdose deaths in the United States nearly quadrupled between 2002 and 2013, fueled by lower costs as well as increased abuse of prescription opiate painkillers, U.S. health officials said on Tuesday.
The report found that heroin use increased by 63 percent from 2002 to 2013. In 2013, roughly 517,000 people reported that they had used heroin in the last year, a 150 percent increase from 2007.  As many as 8,200 people died from heroin overdoses in 2013 alone.
Such medicines, which include Vicodin, OxyContin and Percocet, increase individuals’ susceptibility to heroin addiction, Dr. Thomas Frieden, director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, told Reuters.
“Everything we see points to more accessible, less-expensive heroin all over the country,” Frieden said of the joint report by the CDC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration which analyzed national survey data on drug use from 2002 to 2013.
The report found that nearly all people (96 percent) who use heroin also use multiple other substances, and that the strongest risk factor for heroin abuse is prescription opiate abuse.  In recent years people in nearly every demographic group are using the drug more: For example, heroin use has doubled among women.
According to the report, individuals who abuse prescription opiates have a 40 times greater risk of abusing heroin. The increased use has fueled sharp increases in overdose deaths.
Frieden said reversing the trend will require an “all-society response” to improve opioid prescribing practices and expand access to effective treatment, increasing the use of drugs such as naloxone to reverse drug overdoses and working with law enforcement partners such as the Drug Enforcement Administration to disrupt the supply of heroin.
“There are lots of people who have not yet gotten an opiate and we need to protect them from the risk of getting addicted,” Frieden said.
He said doctors are prescribing “way too much of these medications, and the result of it is large numbers of people who are addicted.”

Monday, July 6, 2015

still working on it

   Please bear with me i am still working on  my global  record store   i am not a webmaster  and would not trust  one  with my stuff  ......so  am  doing   my own  hope it  works  ..so i can spread  my music  for your pleasure .....


  I had no idea it was a bitter sweet thing with coke .......and today it has been linked to diabetes......... and  i am not sure why it see...