To Infinity And Beyond—Or Canada

In just a short 66 yeas we went from Kitty Hawk, North Carolina to the “Sea of Tranquility” on the moon. We were able to do this for many reasons, National pride, cold war paranoia, etc.. but I think it was humanity’s inquisitive nature that made it possible above all else.

Ever-since the Reagan administration we have been in a downward spiral, we no longer  feel wonder at the mysteries of the universe–it seems  a good chunk of the American people have decided that, “why bother” after the rapture ( scheduled for any day now ) Jebus and G-d will take us to paradise—-To me this is the American equal to radical muslim’s  72 virgins.

Freedom of the mind and strength of the heart is what can get us back  on track if a  singing Canadian astronaut is what inspires us then I say great eh! The future can longer rest on America’s, “we’re numb one” mantra, this time it’s all humanity or none.

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396 Responses to To Infinity And Beyond—Or Canada

  1. nebdem says:

    Yellow squash, onions and potatoes, with butter on the grill is worthy of praise.

  2. nebdem says:

    I’ve always admired Warrick Dunn (A former NFL running back)
    Here he is at it again!

  3. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Hai, Fluff.

  4. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Hai, Jack. Have fun Killing Zombies? I won $250 Lindens in a contest.

  5. Jack says:

    I’m not fond of Taylor Swift.

  6. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    I’m pissed that Obama caved to the right on the IRS thing. Sackless…..

    • nebdem says:

      Cobalt! Good to see you.

    • Jack says:

      there you is—- yep it’s OOOOOBAMA!

      • CobaltBlueDawg says:

        I want to form a 501c3 and I don’t want the guburmint looking into it. Fucking Rove…

        • nebdem says:

          I have no problem for them screening the terms “Tea Party”, “9/12 Project.” If groups like that want to sign up for a 501 (c) (3), it is simply skirting the rules to have a charitable organization that is actually the front for political intervention. They should be stuck with the 501 (c) (4) status, but this is where it gets interesting, since it is wrong for any politically motivated group whose sole purpose is for political aims to have tax-exempt status because they are more of a cash-cow to help a party.

          Also why in the heck are Republicans moaning about this, don’t you remember how the Tea party at first said it wasn’t affiliated with the Republican party?! Now that they are in bed with the GOP they are complaining because they revealed themselves to be an extension of a political party, which is something a 501 cannot do with political intervention as their main goal.

          Having said that there are problems with the 501 (c) (4) having this status because the law has not been updated to prevent the instances that are taking place to do an end run for tax-exempt status on for either side.

    • BoyInBOYCOTT says:

      evening cobalt, jack, HH
      Someone was going to be the fall guy/gal for the IRS scandal, that EVERY ONE right, left, and center agreed crossed the line. Otherwise it would fester never ending. That’s just a fact of politics.
      What angers me is ANY scandal, and ANY level of government, is billed as OBAMA’s scandal, and the f*cking media fuel this constant “OUTRAGE” ADDICTION.

      • Jack says:

        Witch hunts inorder to discredit the POTUS—I mean I agree with CBD that Obama once again has taken the passive voice, he needs to take charge and put those bastards in place.

  7. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    The tea party assholes were red flagged the same way that people claiming ‘home office space’ as a deduction are. No different. But, the right wing got a hold of this, claimed it was gubermint over-reach and ran with it. No one is now willing to listen to the basic truth of the IRS looking into these group’s status. God, I’m pissed about this.

    • nebdem says:

      I was so tempted to write something like: “Well if you baggers weren’t so freaking stupid you would have thought about dropping a known moniker for a political front from the name on your application.” That the IRS asked them questions they didn’t need to really answer, what were they hiding? Why not be open about their desire to form a “charitable” organization. There were a lot of groups that pulled out when more information was being sought, which proves that the delays actually prevented the misuse of the 501 status. Now, there were instances where the hold ups were rather lengthy, but I would rather have them make certain of who they give the status to. Also, why were so many applications sent on before an election cycle? We know that answer actually.

  8. Jack says:

    I wonder—-if me and my family are raising flags over at the IRS and they request additional info—-does this constitute misconduct when the IRS looks into other members of my family ?

  9. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    Skirting the US tax code is unpatriotic, must make it hard for those tea party patriots to sleep at night, huh?

  10. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    I just tune out, the Congress spends DAYS on hearings to smear Hillary, (that don’t smear anyone), and votes the 39th time to repeal Obamacare…and they are GUTTING meals on wheels, and headstart, and medicaid for the weakest sickest Americans. They can’t pass background checks 90% of Americans approve.
    a POX on both their houses

  11. CobaltBlueDawg says:

    See you guys soon, I need to get to sleep.
    Sweet Dreams

  12. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    The FCKING republicans act like they won the 2012 election, and the media is LETTING them act that way.
    there comes a time the election ENDS, and they have to GOVERN.
    Now would be a good time….*tapping my foot

  13. Jack says:

    Neb I read that greenpeace link—-maybe we should form a RIGHT-WING Public Interest Watch group —wait until the Koch Bros fund us then move the funds to form a progressive grassroots movement sub-rosa.

  14. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    total eclipise of the Violet Moon…er…la Lune Violette…er…MUSTY MOON
    Ella Fitzgerald, “It’s Only a Paper Moon”

  15. Snoyoda says:

    Good evening, my friends! Today was a paperwork / email day. Drowning in messages, forms to fill out, information requests, and insurance chit. I am still struggling to finalize the insurance, on a fricking NEW building. Took the best bid, so that is the best we can do.

    The flowers are blooming, the trees are still blooming, the grass is green, the hills are green, the sun shown today, and you are all still my friends. Yepper, life is pretty good!

    • nebdem says:

      Hi, Snoyoda!

      • Snoyoda says:

        Hello, my talented friend.

        • nebdem says:

          It is great to hear that you’re having such a blast at work! It is good also the weather is nice, it has been really hot here lately, i’m not certain if I heard it right, but I heard last night that we had the highest temp in the country yesterday.

  16. nebdem says:

    Anyone here?

  17. Jack says:

    And Now A Total Random Moment

  18. BoyInBOYCOTT says:

    hey sno, HH orcas, jack, neb, Fliff…all
    Ella Fitzgerald – Blue Moon.

  19. Haruko Haruhara says:

    Fluffy, congrats 4-1.

    It’s DESTINY this year!

  20. Snoyoda says:

    Holy buckets. Watch out for the icebergs on the left. We could waterski on this ocean…pretty calm.

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